• Sterling Silver & Cedar Wood WW1 Military Cigarette Box 17th Tank Battalion

    A Fully Hallmarked Sterling Silver & Cedar Wood Cigarette Box ​"From The Officers Of The 17th Tank Btn ​19/10/19" The item measures approx 17.8cm by 19cm by 5.5cm and weighs; 578.3g in total. The item bears a full set of London 1919 (d) sterling silver hallmarks. There is no makers mark, presumably rubbed. ​As far as I am aware the 17th Btn of the Tank Corps were an armoured car Battalion who served at the western front and were posted to Ireland after WWI. ​The item is a wonderful window into the early days of the armoured vehicle. ​The item has obviously seen some use in its 98 years of life. ​The external sterling silver cladding has various knocks and bangs along with a professional repair by one hinge end. Two corner points have bangs with tiny splits to the silver that look to be stable.
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  • A Working Model Of A Cannon On A Metal / Bronze/Brass Carriage (3491)

    An Original Miniature Model Of A Working Cannon On Metal And Bronze/Brass Carriage. Moving Wheels And Tilting Barrel. No Visible Makers Marks. Measurements: Barrel:14cm By 2.5cm Bore: 1cm. Total Length:19cm By 5.1cm.
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  • Heavy Army Military Kings Liverpool Regiment Solid Silver Pint Mug Tankard Cup

    The item bears a full set of Sheffield 1909 (r ) Solid Sterling Silver hallmarks along with the distinctive "G.H " manufacturer mark for the "George Howson. ". Solid Silver. One Pint Tankard. "Jas Dwerryhouse - Silversmiths - Liverpool. ".
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