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Diary of 2/Lt Trevor Trought, 29 Oct 1914 to Apr 1915; with letters to his family written 17 Dec 1914 to 30 Sep 1915, and his notes on a trip to the Qalala El Bahariya Plateau, Egypt, Apr 1924. Archives 1998-10-151
Commemorative plaque to record the removal in 1911 of surrounding monuments from the Church of St Andrew, Dera Ghazi Khan, which was threatened by flood from the River Indus; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-99
Commemorative plaque in memory of officers of the Punjab Frontier Force who died on the Frontier; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-100
One pound banknote issued by the South African Republic, 1 Apr 1901, which was in the possession of Maj Arthur Caldwell, Army Service Corps during the Boer War, 1900-1901. Archives 1998-10-152
Commemorative plaque in memory of officers of the Punjab Frontier Force who died on the Frontier; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-101
Seventeen photographs associated with Maj Arthur Caldwell, Army Service Corps, Boer War (1899-1902), 1901-1902. Photographs 1998-10-153
Commemorative plaque in memory of officers of the Punjab Frontier Force who were killed on service; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-102
Commemorative plaque in memory of officers of the Punjab Frontier Force who were killed on service; campaigns: Indian Mutiny, 'Mahsood Wuzeerees' 1860, 'Umbeyla' 1863 and 'Afreedies' 1868; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-103
Commemorative plaque in memory of officers of the Punjab Frontier Force, 1865-1907; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-104
Wooden cross commemorating Capt P S Hore, 52nd Sikhs Frontier Force and 59th Rifles Frontier Force killed in action 14 Mar 1915, Neuve Chapelle; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-108
Memorial plaque commemorating officers of 1st Sikh Infantry, Punjab Frontier Force, killed as a result of the attack on the Political Officer's escort at Maizar Tochi Valley on 10 Jun 1897; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-109
Large chest used as an altar, white cloth and Coronation embroidery converted into altar frontal, and two altar cloths; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Equipment, general 1998-10-120
Large chest used as an altar, white cloth and Coronation embroidery converted into altar frontal, and two altar cloths; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-120
Photocopy of an extract, dealing with armoured trains, from a 'Report of the British Naval and Military Operations in Egypt 1882', written by Lt-Cdr C F Goodrich, US Navy, Washington, 1885. Archives 1998-10-154
Eight glass lampshades donated by Mrs Myrtle May; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Equipment, general 1998-10-121
Copy photograph of a group of named British and Indian officers, 1st Kumaon Rifles, 1929. Photographs 1998-10-155
Pencil drawing of Col Robert Colvin Hutchinson, Queen's Own Corps of Guides, by his sister Mrs F Spencer; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-10-123
Certificate of discharge, AF Z21, and character certificate, AF B2067; issued to Gnr William George Neale, Royal Artillery, 26 Feb 1919. Archives 1998-10-156
One picture postcard written by Graham Harry Ellis, Royal Flying Corps, to his father; two photographs of Graham Henry Ellis and one of Leslie Ellis, Fleet Air Arm. Associated with World War One, Air Operations (1914-1918). Archives 1998-10-157
One picture postcard written by Graham Harry Ellis, Royal Flying Corps, to his father; two photographs of Graham Henry Ellis and one of Leslie Ellis, Fleet Air Arm. Associated with World War One, Air Operations (1914-1918). Photographs 1998-10-157
Two brass candelabra; inscribed to 3rd Bn Queen Victoria's Corps of Guides (Frontier Force), 1917-1921; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Equipment, general 1998-10-124
Two altar vases which came from Guides Chapel at Mardan; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Ceramics 1998-10-125
Table; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Furniture 1998-10-127
Copies of the monographs relating to campaigns in which Punjab Frontier Force units took part on the North West Frontier of India during the period 1849-1990; alphabetical list by regiment of Punjab Frontier Force medals listed in dealers' catalogues over the period 1971-1990; list of 'Deeds of Valour performed by Indian Army officers and men 1860-1925; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Archives 1998-10-128
Brass field lectern; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Furniture 1998-10-130
Frontier Force Memorial. Watercolour by Rosamond Fitzwilliam (nee Hill), 1932; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-10-131
Photograph of the Guides Chapel Mardan North West Frontier Province; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Photographs 1998-10-132
Visitors book, Piffer Chapel, St Luke's, Chelsea 1975-1998; with three booklets; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Archives 1998-10-133
Twelve photographs depicting amateur theatricals at the Prisoner of War camp, Stalag IIID, stamped on the back with 'Freigegeben Stalag IIID'; associated with World War Two, POWs Germany (1939-1945). Photographs 1998-10-158
Section of blue Coronation carpet from Westminster Abbey; presented by Lt Col and Mrs Ronnie Duncan in 1958; Frontier Force Memorial. Furniture 1998-10-134
14 photographs of 890 Air Commander Home Defence Force Signal Troops, 71st Signal Regiment, on a weekend exercise in Apr 1973. Photographs 1998-10-159
Colour photograph of a painting of General Sir Michael Walker by Anthony R Tyler. Photographs 1998-10-160
Silent video of the former Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes (NAAFI) Museum at Amesbury, Wiltshire. Film and Videos 1998-10-162
Five maps: two US Army maps of Korea, 1951; two Geographic Section General Staff of Cyprus, 1956; one British Army of the Rhine map of Berlin and its vicinity, 1957. Maps 1998-10-163
Three cap badges: Intelligence Corps, 1940 (c); East Lancashire Regiment, 1940 (c); General Service Corps, 1942 (c). Badges 1998-10-164
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lt H D Hammond, Royal Artillery, who died at Nowshera 8 Feb 1898 from a wound received on 1 Jan 1898 in the Khyber Pass during the Tirah Campaign when he was orderly officer to Brigadier General A G Hammond; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial; associated with India, North West Frontier, Tirah Expeditionary Force (1897-1898). Crafts 1998-10-110
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt James David Stirling, DSO, 57th Wilde's Rifles Frontier Force, killed in action against Mahsud raiders at Hayar Khan Kili, Bannu District on 11 Mar 1910; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-111
An Order and six medals awarded to Arthur George Alford, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, during World War Two: Order of the British Empire, Member 1945; 1939-45 Star; Africa Star 1940-43; Burma Star 1941-45; Defence Medal 1939-45; British War Medal 1939-45. Medals 1998-10-165
Commemorative plaque in memory of Brevet Lt Col Cholmondeley Williams May, 2nd Sikhs 12th Frontier Force Regiment, DAQMG Headquarters Waziristan District, killed by tribesmen near Bannu, 10th Aug 1939, aged 40 years; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-112
Berridge 1 in signal pistol, Army model, 1943 (c); with associated lanyard. Firearms 1998-10-166
Berridge 1 in signal pistol, Army model, 1943 (c); with associated lanyard. Equipment, general 1998-10-166
Air Raid Protection (ARP) Helmet, Mk II, 1940; used by Maj (retd) W A Maidment. Armour 1998-10-167
Lightweight mosquito net, Australian pattern, 1965. Equipment, general 1998-10-168
Lightweight mosquito net, Australian pattern, 1962. Equipment, general 1998-10-169
Painted wooden sign, 1945 (c). Equipment, general 1998-10-170
Pack, 1944; Royal Corps of Signals. Equipment, general 1998-10-171
Webbing satchel, 1944; Royal Corps of Signals. Equipment, general 1998-10-172
Cane swagger stick associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1950 (c) Equipment, general 1998-10-173
Webbing waterbottle carrier associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1950 (c). Equipment, general 1998-10-174
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt James Lillie Costello, 51st Sikhs (Frontier Force), who died at Peshawar, 7th September 1913; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-113
Commemorative plaque in memory of Lt Colonel Thomas Howard Foulkes IMS CIE ADMS Kohat District and his wife, killed by raiders 15th Nov 1920; Bertha Bowness died 6th Dec 1920 from wounds inflicted in the same raid; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-114
Webbing holster associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1945. Equipment, general 1998-10-175
Gas cape associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1955. Equipment, general 1998-10-176
Commemorative plaque in memory of Col Commandant Cuthbert Prissick commanding 8th Indian Infantry Brigade who died at Bannu on 14th July 1922; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-115
Commemorative plaque in memory of Capt Edward Ponsonby Watts, 3rd Sikhs, 12th Frontier Force Regiment, and his wife Elsie, who were murdered by outlaws at Parachinar on 8th November 1923; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-116
Commemorative plaque in memory of Major William Morgan Hunt, DSO MC RA Commandant of the 110th (Abbottabad) Pack Battery, Royal Artillery, who died 19th July 1925, aged 43 years; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-117
Commemorative plaque in memory of Helen, beloved wife of Maj Gen William du Garde Gray, Indian Army and Colonel of Coke's Rifles, Punjab Frontier Force, died Christmas Day 1911; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-118
Commemorative plaque in memory of Maj William Willoughby Taylor, 45th Sikhs, mortally wounded whilst most gallantly defending Malakand Camp on the night of 26th July 1897; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-119
Medal group of five awarded to Pte J Fuller, Auxiliary Territorial Service, mounted on brooch fitting as worn: 1939-45 Star; Burma Star 1941-45; Defence Medal 1939-45; British War Medal 1939-45; General Service Medal (Army and RAF), with clasp. Medals 1998-10-204
Gas cape associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1963. Equipment, general 1998-10-177
Two metal mess tins associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1945 and 1955. Equipment, general 1998-10-178
Wooden Slazenger tennis racket and Dunlop stretcher associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1970 (c). Equipment, general 1998-10-179
Webbing pack associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1945. Manufactured by Mills Equipment Company, 1945. Equipment, general 1998-10-180
Webbing belt and pouch associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1950 (c). Manufactured by C C Limited, 1950 (c). Equipment, general 1998-10-181
Two memorial plaques in memory of officers of or attached to the Punjab Frontier Force who lost their lives, 1914-1918; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial; the list of officers carries over to the second plaque. Crafts 1998-10-105
Memorial plaque in memory of officers of, or attached to, the Punjab Frontier Force who lost their lives, 1914-1918; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-106
Shooting stick, leather and metal, associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1950 (c). Equipment, general 1998-10-182
Pen knife, white metal, associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1945. Manufactured by J B Holland, Sheffield, 1945. Equipment, general 1998-10-183
Spanner associated with Capt P Russell, 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, 1945. Equipment, general 1998-10-184
Roll of toilet paper, 1940 (c). Equipment, general 1998-10-185
Bino Prism No 2 Mk III x 6 binoculars 1943 and case 1938; Capt G W J Tomlinson, Leicester Yeomanry, Royal Army Service Corps. Scientific Instruments 1998-10-186
Memorial plaque in memory of officers of, or attached to, the Punjab Frontier Force who lost their lives, 1914-1918; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-107
Poncho, 1965; owned by Lt Col N Tomlinson, Royal Engineers. Equipment, general 1998-10-187
Map case, 1940; manufactured by Waring and Gillow; contains black pencil. Equipment, general 1998-10-195
Cane stick, 1944 (c); owned by Colonel E H Reeder, Royal Army Service Corps. Equipment, general 1998-10-188
Leather covered hip flask, 1944 (c); Col E H Reeder, Royal Army Service Corps. Equipment, general 1998-10-189
Military issue cutlery: knife, fork and spoon, 1943 (c); Col E H Reeder, Royal Army Service Corps. Equipment, general 1998-10-190
Sleeping valise, 1939 (c); Col E H Reeder, Royal Army Service Corps. Equipment, general 1998-10-191
Wood, metal and canvas camp bed, 1939 (c); Col E H Reeder, Royal Army Service Corps. Furniture 1998-10-192
Wood, metal and canvas camp chair, 1939 (c); Col E H Reeder, Royal Army Service Corps. Furniture 1998-10-193
Two wash basins, one large, one small, wooden and metal frame, 1939 (c); Col E H Reeder, Royal Army Service Corps; canvas bag. Equipment, general 1998-10-194
Identity disc, 1914 (c); worn by Pte Harry Breckon, Machine Gun Corps. Equipment, general 1998-10-196
Four Curragh Internment Camp tokens. Equipment, general 1998-10-197
Two identity discs, 1917 (c); worn by Emily Ada Daniels, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. Equipment, general 1998-10-198
Linen Toiletries Holder, 1940 (c); associated with J Tinniswood, Royal Engineers. Equipment, general 1998-10-199
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1897, 1917 (c); blade inscribed with the owner's name, 2/Lt G D Knight, and the Regiment, 56th Foot; no scabbard. Edged Weapons 1998-10-200
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1897, 1898 (c); nickel plated and sold to Flights the Outfitters in Mar 1998; in memory of Charles Wilson. Edged Weapons 1998-10-201
Souvenir kukri, 1950 (c); six inch blade with 'INDIA' scratched on it; scabbard and sharpening knife. Edged Weapons 1998-10-202
Small souvenir kukri, 1950 (c); twelve inch blade with 'INDIA' scratched on it; scabbard and two sharpening knives. Edged Weapons 1998-10-203
Spontoon, late eighteenth century; engraved with the arms of the Prince of Wales, later George IV. Polearms/Other Weapons 1995-07-56
Small-sword, 1790 (c); colichemarde type blade, which is straight and triple edged, with engraved decoration; ornate grip bound with plaited silver wire; Knucklebow and shell guards; of French manufacture. Edged Weapons 1967-06-68
Infantry Hanger sword, 1790 (c); marked with the regiment's name, 15th East Yorkshire) Regiment. Edged Weapons 1989-06-32
Spadroon, issued to the 95th (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment, 1794 (c); blade has a single broad shallow fuller and has been cleaned by grinding, all decoration has therefore gone; light coloured brass stirrup guard; the upper surface of the pommel bears the regimental title; leather scabbard, bearing the regiment's name and that of the maker, Knubley in Charing Cross, London. Edged Weapons 1963-05-80
Spadroon, 1st Regiment Royal Dublin Volunteers, 1795 (c); straight blade with blued and engraved decoration, including the pre-1801 Royal Coat of Arms; steel stirrup guard, with a plate on the grip bearing the regiment's name; leather scabbard with a steel mouthpiece engraved with the maker's name, Archer of Dublin. Edged Weapons 1967-04-3
Spadroon; straight blade, with engraved decoration, including the maker's name Knubley, and the cypher, F Y G; silver, moving bar guard or attack-guard, with Assay marks for 1792 and marks of the silversmith Moses Brent; the cypher on the blade could represent the First Yorkshire Grenadier Regiment, but is more likely that the F is a J and therefore the owner's initials; scabbard with silver mounts. Edged Weapons 1983-12-22
Infantry Officer's sword; decorated blade with some traces of blueing remaining; knucklebow and shell guard with an assay mark that denotes a London origin and the date 1792. Edged Weapons 1966-07-7
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1796, 1801-1816; blade with gold inlay, blued and engraved decoration; knucklebow and shell guards; gold bullion cord and knot; black leather scabbard; made by R. Johnson, late Bland and Foster. Edged Weapons 1965-09-42
Grenadier company sword, 1790-1800 (c); blade decorated with bluing and engraving; with knucklebow guard with scrolled sidebars, inset with a flaming grenade in cartouche; scabbard. Edged Weapons 1980-02-45
Women's Royal Army Corps Instructions, 1950-1972. Archives 1998-10-205
Women's Army Service Corps memorandum, 1987. Archives 1998-10-206