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Three trade tokens, 1793-1796: one halfpenny from Petersfield, Hampshire, 1793, depicting a mounted dragoon; one halfpenny from Blofield, Norfolk, 1796, depicting a mounted yeoman of the 5th Troop Blofield Cavalry; one farthing, undated, from Dundee, depicting an infantryman. Equipment, general 1977-04-6
Block of Blanco, 1948; khaki green in colour and in the original wrapper which is printed with instructions for use and the maker's name, Joseph Pickering and Sons, Sheffield. Equipment, general 1977-04-21
Bayonet with sword blade, socket and locking ring, possibly used by the Cambridge University Volunteers, 1800 (c); straight blade with even taper and single fuller; socket with locking ring, similar to Baker socket bayonet; hilt identical to 1796 Light Cavalry sword, fitted with sleeve on which locking lug is mounted with wooden plug. Edged Weapons 1973-03-16
Papers relating to Maj I C Vaughan Morgan Auxiliary Territoral Service and Women's Royal Army Corps (TA), 1942-1989. Archives 1996-12-8
Socket bayonet with sword blade and knuckleguard, used by Light Infantry, Honourable East India Company, 1820; socket inscribed, 'THE HonbleEAST INDIA/ COMPY's PATTERN SWORD BAYONET/ FOR SHORT LIGHT INF MUSKET/ E = BAKER - 1820'; back of blade stamped, 'OSBORN'', made by Osborn as a pattern sent to Ezekil Baker, the Company contractor, this bayonet is an important specimen. It is a type that is normally associated with Indian sappers and miners but this example was intended for a light infantry weapon. Edged Weapons 1972-10-49
Nine horseshoe nails, 1922-1947 (c); each name is of the same length, rectangular in section with an outward flaring head; impressed upon the heads of five is the letter 'M' surmounted by a crown, the remaining four have the letter 'M' only; found in a harness wallet owned by Col J Jones, 13th Frontier Force Rifles. Horse Furniture 1977-04-65
Sword bayonet, pattern 1856-1858, interchangeable with Enfield/ Snider Enfield artillery carbines and short rifles. Edged Weapons 1972-05-8
Pick, 1958, military issue; Shovel, 1969, military issue. Equipment, general 1977-05-38
Socket bayonet, pattern 1876; with locking rings for Martini-Henry rifles. Edged Weapons 1972-05-8
English open ended socket bayonet, 25 mm musket bore, 1715-1745; with fleur-de-lys mark. Edged Weapons 1972-05-8
Trade token, 1797; the obverse bears a twin headed eagle with spread wings; the reverse is inscribed, 'FALMOUTH INDEPENDENT VOLUNTEERS 1797'. Equipment, general 1977-06-28
Regimental cane, 1911 (c); probably belonging to John Burgh Talbot Leighton; brown in colour with a white metal ferrule; the silver head has the device of the Scots Guards and a cylindrical socket, inscribed, 'J.L. from A.D./ 7.2.12'; made by Brigg, London. Equipment, general 1977-06-63
Sword, Baker 2nd pattern 1809 (c); single edged blade, inscribed with crown over 19; even curved guard. Edged Weapons 1972-05-8
Two tablespoons; both made of white metal with a fiddle backed, fishtail handle; one used at the Royal Military College, 1910 (c) and one used by the Royal Engineers, 1920; with stamped markings. Equipment, general 1977-07-27
Bayonet for Enfield or Snider-Enfield, pattern 1853, used by militia or volunteers, nineteenth century; black leather scabbard with frog hook and damaged chape; black patent leather frog; black patent leather belt with circular brass buckle, the centre bears a crown surmounted by a crowned lion holding a sword and sceptre, inscribed with motto. Edged Weapons 1971-10-12
Bayonet for Enfield or Snider-Enfield, pattern 1853, used by militia or volunteers, nineteenth century; black leather scabbard with frog hook and damaged chape; black patent leather frog; black patent leather belt with circular brass buckle, the centre bears a crown surmounted by a crowned lion holding a sword and sceptre, inscribed with motto. Equipment, general 1971-10-12
Socket bayonet, 1800 (c); possibly a Land Pattern. Edged Weapons 1971-08-23
Bayonet used by the Rifle Volunteers, 1800 (c); part back edged, straight blade with V section, with worn leather washer; cross and knuckle guards are broadened to accomodate the notched barrel and muzzle rings and locking ring, modified version of the 1796 Light Cavalry stirrup hilt; steel scabbard with brazed foot, mouthpiece and frog stud, engraved with maker's name, Johnstons, London. Edged Weapons 1971-08-20
Smoking accessories: matchbox holder, 1914, commemorating FM Sir John French, and bearing his portrait; cigarette packet, 1925 (c), Army club Brand, Sandhurst size. Crafts 1977-07-28
Trunk, 1841 (c)-1849 (c); made of wood; owned by Sgn John James Russell, MD. Equipment, general 1977-07-29
Equipment owned by Maj E K Ridley, Dorset Regiment, 1898 (c): compass in a leather case bearing the initials of the owner; collapsible beaker in a metal case, impressed, 'PATENT. E.J.T.'; writing case made of leather bearing an inscription on an internal pocket and the owner's initials on one of strap. Scientific Instruments 1977-08-1
Equipment owned by Maj E K Ridley, Dorset Regiment, 1898 (c): compass in a leather case bearing the initials of the owner; collapsible beaker in a metal case, impressed, 'PATENT. E.J.T.'; writing case made of leather bearing an inscription on an internal pocket and the owner's initials on one of strap. Equipment, general 1977-08-1
Plug bayonet, 1690 (c); plain, spear-shaped, single-edged blade, marked inside and out with crescent moon with face. Edged Weapons 1970-09-25
Second pattern bayonet for Baker Rifle, used by a rifle regiment, 1825 (c); blade with triangular section, marked with crown and No 2; ribbed brass hilt with large tapering slot for sword bar, thumb catch and leaf spring; crossguard stamped with the letter H; birds head pommel; black leather scabbard with brass chape and missing mouthpiece and frog-button. Edged Weapons 1970-01-1
Two dhurries and a mosquito net used as tent furnishings in India by Lt A C Swetenham, Royal Engineers, 1935-1939 (c). Equipment, general 1977-08-21
Bayonet, Elcho pattern 1895; spear point blade with deep fuller on each side, the back bearing a cross cut saw edge, inner shoulder marked with maker's name, Wilkinson, London; hilt with rear quillon forming a ring to fit the muzzle of the .303 in Martini-Henry rifle; rivetted chequered leather grip; beaked pommel with T-slot and spring catch; black leather scabbard with steel chape and mouthpiece. Edged Weapons 1969-09-37
Waterbottle, Oliver Pattern, 1875 (c); Mess tin, 1893 (c), made by S J and E Fellows, Wolverhampton. Equipment, general 1977-08-38
Sword bayonet for Brunswick Rifle; straight double edged blade, stamped with George IV cypher and maker's name, Enfield, 1838; brass hilt with cross guard, stamped with No 595. Edged Weapons 1968-06-39
Sword bayonet for Brunswick Rifle; blade stamped with Victoria cypher and maker's name, Enfield, 1846; brass hilt. Edged Weapons 1968-06-39
Other rank's knapsack, 1850 (c); made of canvas painted black and reinforced with black leather on a wooden frame, with buff leather straps; a flap opening is on the inside against the wearer's back; painted on the exterior face with number '4' and a grenade with a broad plume of flames; probably used by a Fusiliers Regiment. Equipment, general 1977-08-37
Socket bayonet, possibly sergeant's pattern; triangular blade, stamped with maker's name J S Rock and crown over 51. Edged Weapons 1968-06-39
Mk II bayonet, No 4; scabbard. Edged Weapons 1968-04-1-3
Pattern 1907 bayonet, 1907-1914 (c); fullered blade with rounded back, marked with crown over GR; pommel stamped with No 14, RR and 896; wooden grip; with hooked quillon; black leather scabbard with metal chape and mouthpiece, and khaki webbing frog. Edged Weapons 1967-06-39
Photocopy of a booklet relating to the Order of Orange Nassau, 1945; with photocopy of the obituary of Norman Christopher Rimmer, Royal Artillery, 1984. Archives 1996-12-19
Photocopy of a portrait photograph of Norman Christopher Rimmer, Royal Artillery, 1935 (c). Photographs 1996-12-20
Pioneer's bayonet, 1917; saw backed blade, marked on shoulder with maker's name, Waffenfabrik, and Mauser A G Oberndorf; hilt with one quillon; wood grip; steel scabbard with leather frog and loop; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Edged Weapons 1967-05-62
Pioneer's bayonet, 1917; saw backed blade, marked on shoulder with maker's name, Waffenfabrik, and Mauser A G Oberndorf; hilt with one quillon; wood grip; steel scabbard with leather frog and loop; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Equipment, general 1967-05-62
Papers relating to Col G R Riddick, 3/6 Rajputana Rifles, 1936-1946 and REME, 1947-1956; with correspondence concerning his service with the REME, 1995. Archives 1996-12-15
Wirecutter, 1944, made of sheet steel, with double lever action blades upon two central hinged joining bars; Wirecutter, 1918 (c), made of sheet steel, with double lever action blades and wooden bound handles are inscribed with the maker's name, Charles [illegible] Limited, Birmingham. Equipment, general 1977-08-65
Socket bayonet, used by the Loyal Anglesea Volunteers, 1770-1780 (c); triangular blade, joined to socket with bar; black leather scabbard with brass mouthpiece with button. Edged Weapons 1966-12-13
Baker short pattern bayonet, 1825 (c); blade with hollow triangular section, marked with crown; ridged brass hilt with socket, crossguard marked A 44; pommel marked with No 373; polished grip. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Bayonet for Sten gun; made by Grundy (Teddington) Limited, Teddington, Middlesex; cylindrical metal spike welded to a metal tube fitted with spring catch. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Five photographs collected by Col G R Riddick as a boy soldier at the Military College of Science, Shrivenham 1932-1933, with the 3/6 Rajputana Rifles, 1940 (c)-1945 and with Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers, 1957. Photographs 1996-12-17
Infantry sword bayonet; blade stamped with maker's name, Simson and Co; plate along back of hilt. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Sword bayonet, pattern 1856; blade stamped with No 85; grooved grip, stamped with initials J M and W, and crown over 59 and 41; pommel stamped with No 375; associated with the Cadet Corps; black leather scabbard with steel mouthpiece and frog button, with webbing frog. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Mk I No 1 sword bayonet, pattern 1907; bayonet with quillon associated with the Royal Fusiliers, 1909; blade stamped with crown over ER, date and maker's name, Wilkinson, London; pommel stamped with 7 R F 380; roughened leather scabbard with blackened chape and mouthpiece stamped with EFD 58. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Mk I Short Magazine Lee-Enfield bayonet, 1903, same as pattern 1888; blade stamped with crown over date and maker's name,Wilkinson,London; pommel stamped with No 59 R; scabbard with integral frog. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Commission to Mrs Irish Riddick to be 2nd Subaltern, Women's Auxiliary Corps (India), 21 Aug 1944. Archives 1996-12-18
Bayonet for Mk II Ross Rifle; grip stamped with No 52 606 and initials CEF; pommel stamped with maker's initials R C R (Ross Rifle Co) 367; brown leather scabbard with brass coated steel mouthpiece. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Mk III bayonet for the SMLE, pattern 1903, 1903; stamped with maker's name, Wilkinson, London and crowned UGE, TGE, ER and 35; black leather scabbard with steel mouthpiece and chape. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Mk III bayonet, pattern 1888, 1903; stamped with initials EFD, stamped with crown over 66 EX and ER 03; wooden grips stamped with crown over 94 E; blued cross piece and pommel, with oil hole; scabbard with steel chape and mouthpiece. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Mk II bayonet, pattern 1888; blade stamped with crown over 66 E, EFD arrow, X and 10 01; grips held by rivets and brass washers; pommel with oil hole; black leather scabbard with steel mouthpiece and chape, with leather frog and strap. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Mk II bayonet, pattern 1888; blade stamped with crown over 66 E, EFD arrow, X and 10 01; grips held by rivets and brass washers; pommel with oil hole; black leather scabbard with steel mouthpiece and chape, with leather frog and strap. Equipment, general 1965-10-204
British No 5 Mk I bayonet; manufactured by Viners Limited, Sheffield, nd; scabbard with black finish. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Pattern 1905 bayonet, dated 1913, manufactured by Springfield Arsenal; used by the US Army; blade marked with serial number, SA, date and flaming grenade; wooden grips; plastic khaki painted scabbard with metal mouthpiece. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
British Mk II* No 4 bayonet; blade stamped with initials L E N B and No 376; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Sword bayonet, pattern 1856; yataghan type blade, stamped with initials A and A S; black leather scabbard with steel mouthpiece and chape. Edged Weapons 1965-03-4
Bayonet socket 'Brown Bess'; triangular blade with two fullers, stamped with crown over 6. Edged Weapons 1964-10-91
Papers, mainly relating to military uniforms, collected by R G Hollies-Smith. Archives 1996-12-21
Bayonet socket 'Brown Bess'; triangular blade with two fullers, stamped with maker's name John Gill and crown over 31 and 4. Edged Weapons 1964-10-91
French Epée bayonet; German silver grip, quillon stamped with serial number, 50401. Edged Weapons 1964-07-84
Bayonet, pattern 1843; used by the Royal Sappers and Miners, 1800-1900; blade marked with maker's name, Enfield and crowned E over 6. Edged Weapons 1964-05-59-92
German Ersatz bayonet, from World War Two; fullered blade with manufacture marks on the back; steel hilt with green finish and open ring on cross guard; green painted aluminium scabbard. Edged Weapons 1964-05-59-70
NO, DAD! We're not allowed to say where we've been!, 1945 (c). Pen and ink drawing, with crayon shading, by Harry Riley, 1945 (c), signed lower right, 'Riley'. A soldier handing out gifts to his family in their sitting room, the gifts bear place names, eg, 'Souvenir of ANTWERP'. Drawings and Watercolours 1999-07-1
STAND DOWN eh! Well STAND UP and give me a hand!, 1944. Pen and ink drawing, with crayon shading and correction fluid stopping out, by Harry Riley, 1944; signed lower right; a member of the Home Guard, about to leave his home, is ordered by his wife to help with cleaning the dishes. Drawings and Watercolours 1999-07-2
Funny! For a moment I thought I'd seen that barman before, 1944 (c). Pen and ink drawing with crayon shading and correction fluid stopping out by Harry Riley, 1944 (c); signed lower right, 'Riley'; two officers at a bar in a café with Hitler in disguise working as a barman. Drawings and Watercolours 1999-07-3
OO! Look! There's a horse!, May 1945. Pen and ink drawing, with crayon shading, by Harry Riley, May 1945; signed lower centre, 'Riley'. A victory parade of armoured vehicles watched by crowds of people, the crowd in the foreground turn to view a mounted officer. Drawings and Watercolours 1999-07-4
Mk I sword bayonet, pattern 1907; blade stamped with crown over GR 1907 1 18, and Crown 4 YE X; scabbard with leather frog and strap. Edged Weapons 1964-05-59-65
Sword bayonet, pattern 1917, 1918; blade stamped with maker's name, Remington and date, flaming grenade, eagle head and 14 US; scabbard with leather frog. Edged Weapons 1964-05-59-64
No, Grandpa! He's from Burma - they're from Blackpool!, 1945 (c). Pen and ink drawing with crayon shading by Harry Riley, 1945 (c); signed top right, 'Riley'. A family sitting room, a private and three children with shaded faces look disapprovingly towards their Grandfather who holds aloft his hearing horn. Drawings and Watercolours 1999-07-5
Mk II Lee Metford bayonet, pattern 1888; blade stamped with No's 99 and 10, crown B 78, crown VR, maker's name, Wilkinson, London, crown 4 GW X and WL arrow; bright steel crosspiece; grips held with two brass rivets and washers, stamped with crown 49, with oil hole; pommel stamped with No's 45 and 863; hole for cleaning rod; scabbard with steel chape and mouthpiece, stamped with crown 40 E. Edged Weapons 1964-05-59-63
I wish you'd chosen a different demob outfit, Egbert!, 1945 (c). Pen and ink drawing, with crayon shading, by Harry Riley; signed lower left, 'Riley'; park avenue filled with couples and their children, all of the men dressed in the same pinstripe suit, hat and tie. Drawings and Watercolours 1999-07-6
Photograph albums of uniform details compiled by R G Hollies-Smith; most of the photographs feature sabretaches. Photographs 1996-12-23
Now, Bert! FORGET IT!, 1945 (c). Pen and ink drawing, with crayon shading, by Harry Riley, 1945; signed lower left, 'Riley'. A husband pushing a pram, with his wife and two screaming infants, glances wistfully towards an army recruiting poster. Drawings and Watercolours 1999-07-7
UNDERGROUND MOVEMENT, 1945 (c). Pen and ink drawing, with crayon shading, by Harry Riley; signed lower left, 'Riley'; escalator on the London Underground with members of the public, including Hitler and Himmler, disguised in bowler hats and trench coats. Drawings and Watercolours 1999-07-8
An outpost (in sangar) Royal Scots Fusiliers, Tirah 1897. Christmas card reproducing the painting by J McNeill, published by the Royal Scots Fusiliers, printed by Beric Tempest, 1998 (c). A group of officers and men, in a sangar, looking for signs of enemy activity, one officer in the foreground peering through binoculars. Prints 1999-07-9
German dress bayonet for regulation carbine; single edged blade with double edged point, with narrow fuller on each side, stamped with maker's name Eckhorn, Germany; white metal grip with black chequered inserts; beak shaped pommel; guard with single quillon; metal scabbard with frog button and button at point. Edged Weapons 1964-05-59-33
Photographs relating to uniforms collected by R G Hollies-Smith. Photographs 1996-12-24
Mk I No 3 sword bayonet, pattern 1913; blade stamped with maker's name, Remington and date, crown SA and crown 1 A X; scabbard. Edged Weapons 1963-12-251
French Epée bayonet, pattern 1916; blade with cruciform section; hilt marked with No 5732; metal scabbard. Edged Weapons 1963-12-251
Button stick, 1850 (c); made of mahogany with a spatular shape handle and brass plates riveted to the rounded end; one cental hole for buttons; owned by Gen Sir James Russell. Equipment, general 1977-09-27
French Epée bayonet, pattern 1916; hilt marked with No 22907; black finished metal scabbard. Edged Weapons 1963-12-251
Pattern 1888/98 German Ersatz bayonet 91; hilt with turned down quillon and steel grip; with scabbard and frog; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Edged Weapons 1963-12-251
Pair of goggles, 1914 (c); glass lenses with white metal rims and elasticated drab straps; the rims are joined by a strip of white canvas; behind each lens is a wire circle joined to the rim by a fine olive drab silk, forming a dust protective seal for the eyes; in a maroon leather carrying case. Scientific Instruments 1977-09-29
Pair of goggles, 1914 (c); glass lenses with white metal rims and elasticated drab straps; the rims are joined by a strip of white canvas; behind each lens is a wire circle joined to the rim by a fine olive drab silk, forming a dust protective seal for the eyes; in a maroon leather carrying case. Equipment, general 1977-09-29
Sketching board, 1913; boxwood and oak with sheet metal fitments; the central block, which forms the sketching surface, bears manuscript notes; two side bars act as rollers for a continuous scroll of paper; the top bar is inset with a compass, and the bottom bar, on the reverse side, bears a clinometre; impressed with the maker's name, Houghton's Limited, London, and the owner, Lt W G Watkins, Royal Artillery. Equipment, general 1977-09-32
German dress bayonet for carbines; blade with narrow fuller and dagger point; wood diamond knurled grip; turned down quillon; steel scabbard with leather frog. Edged Weapons 1963-12-251
German dress bayonet for carbines; blade with narrow fuller and dagger point; wood diamond knurled grip; turned down quillon; steel scabbard with leather frog. Equipment, general 1963-12-251
Portrait photograph of Lt Thomas Douglas Pilkington, 2nd Royal Dragoons and obituary, perhaps from an Eton college magazine, 1900 (c). Photographs 1996-12-33
Portrait photograph of Lt Thomas Douglas Pilkington, 2nd Royal Dragoons and obituary, perhaps from an Eton college magazine, 1900 (c). Archives 1996-12-33
Mauser 98 bayonet, possibly German, from World War Two (1939-1945); blade with shallow fuller; bakelite grip; steel scabbard with leather frog; marked with No 815A and mark No 42ASW. Edged Weapons 1963-12-251
Manuscript copy of a report on the defence of the carnatic addressed to Lt Gen Sir Robert Sloper, Commander-in-Chief, India, by Col Robert (?) Kelly, 1780. Archives 1996-12-34
French sabre sword bayonet, pattern 1840; yataghan blade, stamped with serial No 11319 and S under star in shield; brass hilt with guard with three grooves, stamped with No 802; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1963-12-251
French sabre sword bayonet, pattern 1842; yataghan blade, back inscribed with dates 1861 and 1842; scabbard. Edged Weapons 1963-12-251
36 group photographs of the Grenadier Guards, mostly taken at the guards depot, Purbright 1950-1957 and one in 1973. Photographs 1996-12-35
Mk I Martini-Henry sword bayonet, pattern 1887; blade stamped with No 186, C, 91, arrow WD, crown E and crown 66; leather scabbard with steel mouthpiece and chape. Edged Weapons 1963-12-251
Iron key with a hollow heart shaped handle; tapers inward toward the teeth, and is hollow to receive a lock pivot; the key tooth is plain and square with one rectangular cut on the back face; acquired by the donor's father in India, 1920, and is associated with the old fort at Bangalore. Equipment, general 1977-09-50
Field dressing case, 1808 (c); owned by Gen Sir Hew Dalrymple, possibly used by him during the Peninsular War; containing: two glass boxes with detachable silver plated lids; two glass jars with silver plated lids; hair brush; shaving brush; three glass bottles with stoppers an silver plated caps; glass box with a hinged silver lid; nail scissors; manicure tweezers; two ivory handled folding razors; strop in a box; comb. Equipment, general 1977-11-257
Mk I No 3 sword bayonet, pattern 1913; blade stamped with maker's name, Remington, pattern date and crown A 3 A; pommel stamped with no 547; leather scabbard with blackened steel mouthpiece and chape. Edged Weapons 1963-12-251
Folded pamphlet: 'Hints to Recruits', with advice on discipline, obedience, temperance, associates, improper language, uniform, gambling, equipment, marching hints, smoking on the march, leave, conduct out of barracks, saluting and saving your money, 1920 (c) (?). Archives 1996-12-36