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P33 Bronze Ship's Bell

P33 was a P-class patrol boat or coastal sloop, launched in 1916.

Twenty-four ships of this design were ordered in May 1915 (designated P.11 to P.34) one of 44 such ships produced under the Emergency War Programme for the Royal Navy during the First World War.

These vessels were designed to replace destroyers in coastal operations, and all had twin screws, a very low freeboard, ram bows of hardened steel, a sharply cutaway funnel and a small turning circle. Some were fitted with 14 inch torpedo tubes.

P33 was commissioned in May 1915 from Napier & Miller, Old Kilpatrick (Glasgow) and was launched on the 8th of June 1916.

Her Captains where known were;

Lieutenant in Command Adam Ferguson, 15 November, 1916–9 January, 1917
Lieutenant in Command Edward R. M. Geake, 5 December, 1916–January, 1917 (Temporary)
Lieutenant in Command Francis W. Craven, 9 January, 1917–16 August, 1917
Lieutenant R.N.R. in Command Stanley W. Moughtin, 17 August, 1917

She was sold for breaking up the 1st of December 1921.

The bell itself if in "as found" condition, and heavily patinated, remaining uncleaned for may years. It is complete with its original clapper. The bell does have a crack to its left hand side, which, looking at the inside, is in line with where the clapper would have struck. It still rings very loudly, and does not effect its display.

Needless to say any Ships bell from WW1 is a rarity, but to find one from such a short lived vessel is a truly unique item.

A heavy item, shipping charges to be arranged with the buyer.

Code: 52125Price: 695.00 GBP


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Royal Scots Officers Sword By Wilkinson.

A very good, completely untouched George V 1828 Pattern Scottish officers sword, regimentally engraved to the Royal Scots.

This example fitted with undress cross hilt.

The plated cross hilt and pommel have lost at least half of there original plating. It would be relatively simple to polish these up, or even have the replated.

Very fine blade, displaying original owners initials "H.C.R." Regimental badge, sphinx, "Royal Scots" foliate etching, thistles, crowned GRV cypher. Some scattered staining and a small section of dark corrosion towards the centre.

Blade length 32.5 inches.

Wire bound shagreen grip, with typical "seam".

Housed in correct pattern steel mounted leather scabbard with ball finial.


Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52110Price:

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Type F Percussion Musket

A very good, untouched example of the East India Company's final Percussion smooth bore musket.

Virtually the same in appearance as the Pattern E apart for the new Pattern F bayonet catch, replacing Pattern E's "Hanoverian" type.

These produced in the UK between 1845 and 1851. This example bearing London proof markings. 206,500 were made.

Brass butt disc engraved with markings indicating issue to the 5th Regiment of Gwalior Infantry.

Fully functioning, and with no major flaws, complete with original ram rod.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52113Price: 495.00 GBP

This item is Age Restricted


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1943 Dated Kukri

A typical Darjeeling made private purchase kukri, with wooden grips, steel bolster and pot metal pommel cap, loosely based around the MKIII Military kukri.

However, this one carries the manufacturers initials "A.G." along with a date of 1943.

Blade length 12.5 inches.

17.25 inches overall.

Housed in an original, if somewhat tatty black leather covered scabbard.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52116Price:

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1796 Heavy Cavalry Troopers Sword

A well used example with langets removed, and shortened, reprofiled blade.

With the bonus of original unit markings to the sword guard "Q.D.G. K. 47"

No visible maker to the spine, but showing a crowned 5 inspection marking to the blade.

Blade measuring 34 inches.

No scabbard.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52111Price: 695.00 GBP

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Hooked Quillion 1907 SMLE Bayonet Highland Light Infantry

Pommel marked "4. H.L.I. 34"

Enfield produced example dated 1910.

1915 dated scabbard by H.G.R. Scabbard retains a high degree of its original brown colour, and is complete with leather frog stamped "2.R.S. 311"

All metalwork has been painted black, probably to prevent reflection. metalwork appears in good condition underneath.

Blade is full length, with no loss of tip, some age related staining which appears to be old grease.

A very pleasing example.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52117Price: 695.00 GBP

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Decorative Civilian Kukri

A very interesting and highly decorative example, dating from the mid 1920's/30's.

Beautifully carved horn grip with decorated metal bolster and pommel cap.

Long slender blade measuring 12.5 inches.

Housed in a decorated wood covered leather scabbard.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52115Price:

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Hampshire Regiment Officers Death Plaque

The plaque of James Alfred Daniels

Captain Daniels served with the 15th Service Battalion, (2nd Portsmouth) The Hampshire Regiment.

He died on 21/09/1917 aged just 21.

He was the son of James Alfred and Minnie Kate Daniels, of 43, Main Avenue, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middlesex.

James was born in 1896 and attended Enfield Grammar School and worked as a Clerk on the London Stock Exchange.

He served firstly as a Private in France from July 1915 with the 10th Royal Fusiliers, before gaining his commission.

He succumbed to wounds received on September 21st 1917.

He is the only casualty of this name to die during the Great War.

Plaque in very good condition, mounted in a glazed frame with a Hampshire Regiment Cap badge.

Code: 52138Price: 185.00 GBP


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Pioneer Calcutta 1943 MK II Kukri

A very interesting "blacked" MK II military kukri, which has been painted to reduce glare, possibly for night operations.

Marked at the ricasso "Pioneer Calcutta '43"

Sheath dated 1944.

Blade length just over 13.5 inches.

A very pleasing example, with a good clean blade.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52119Price:

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African Nimcha

A good 19thC example, the multi fullered blade highly flexible, possibly European. Carved wooden hilt with steel knuckle guard, unusual looped langet and long quillion.

Blade length 28.5 inches.

Tooled leather scabbard with decorated brass drag. The rear partially split, the whole now bound with decoratve cord.

Strictly over 18's only.

Code: 52109Price: 175.00 GBP

This item is Age Restricted

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