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Description Object Type NAM Accession Number
Horsa Gliders at the Rhine Crossing, 24th March 1945. Colour photolithograph after Michael Burnett, 1984 (c); published by Picton Publishing Limited, Chippenham, 1984 (c); inscribed lower left as title, in meth pencil, with 'Michael Burnett 186/850' inscribed below; relating to the Army Air Corps; associated with the Rhine Crossing, World War Two, North West Europe (1944-1945). Prints 1984-11-31
INDIAN MUTINY/ Defence of the Arrah House, July 27th-August 3rd 1857. Colour photolithograph, 1857; inscribed at the bottom as title in meth pen and ink; associated with the Indian Mutiny (1857-1859). Prints 1984-11-32
Maj Sir Arnold Waters VC and Spr A Archibold VC/ Bridging the Oise Sambre canal under fire in November 1918. Colour photolithograph after Peter Archer, 1984; showing Maj Sir Arnold Waters VC and Sapper Adam Archibold VC, with 218th Field Coy, Royal Engineers, building a floating bridge across the canal under very heavy fire, the action for which they were both awarded the Victoria Cross; inscribed at bottom as title; associated with World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Prints 1984-11-40
San Carlos Water May June 1982. Colour photolithograph after Peter Archer, 1983; Royal Signals setting up a satellite communication dish, as Welsh Guards march past and unloading operations are carried out; inscribed at the bottom as title; relating to the Royal Signals and the Welsh Guards; associated with the South Atlantic (Falklands War) (1982). Prints 1984-11-41
'Joe's Bridge'/ The Crossing of the Escaut Canal by The Irish Guards Group/ commanded by Brigadier J O E Vandeleur DSO, 10 September 1944. Colour photolithograph after Peter Archer, 1984; showing Irish Guards of the Guards Armoured Division in Sherman medium tanks; inscribed at the bottom as title; associated with World War Two, North West Europe (1944-1945). Prints 1984-11-42
Nery-1st September 1914. Colour photolithograph after Peter Archer, 1984; showing 'L' Bty, Royal Horse Artillery defending the village of Nery, the action for which Capt Edward Kinder Bradbury VC, Bty Sgt Maj George Thomas Dorrell VC and Sgt David Nelson VC were each awarded the Victoria Cross; associated with the Battle of Nery, World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Prints 1984-11-43
'GO TO IT'./ Corporal Thomas Waters MM/ 5th Parachute Brigade Signal Section/ Caen Canal Bridge, Benouville - 6 June 1944. Colour photolithograph after Peter Archer, 1944; inscribed at the bottom as title; relating to Cpl Thomas Waters MM, 5th Parachute Bde Signal Section; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Prints 1984-11-44
13 medals and awards awarded to Lt Col J F Plunkett, Royal Irish Regiment and Royal Dublin Fusiliers, attached Royal Welsh Fusiliers and Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers: Distinguished Service Order; Military Cross; Distinguished Conduct Medal; 1914 Star; British War Medal 1914-20; Allied Victory Medal 1914-19; Coronation Medal 1911; Jubilee Medal 1935; Coronation Medal 1937; Coronation Medal 1953; Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, Army; Croix de Guerre, France; 1914 Star; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Medals 1994-04-529
Collection of papers relating to the service of Pte George Palframan, 4th Dragoon Guards, 1820-1837, and Pte Richard Palframan, 8th Hussars, captured at the Charge of the Light Brigade, Balaklava, Crimean War (1854-1856), 1854. Archives 2003-09-17
Night Attack on Mount Harriet. Colour photolithograph after Peter Archer, 1982; inscribed at bottom as title. Prints 1984-11-45
Nine uniform items, officers', 19th Hyderabad Regiment, 1st Kumaon Rifles, worn by Lt Col L J C Loch, 1930 (c)-1947. Uniforms 1983-10-165
Nine uniform items, officers', 19th Hyderabad Regiment, 1st Kumaon Rifles, worn by Lt Col L J C Loch, 1930 (c)-1947. Equipment, uniform 1983-10-165
Sergeant Ian McKay VC/ B Coy 3rd Bn The Parachute Regiment/ Leading an Assault on Argentinian positions on/ Mt Longdon during the night of 11/12 June 1982. Colour photolithograph after Peter Archer, 1982; inscribed at bottom as title; associated with Sgt Ian McKay VC, B Coy, 3rd Bn, The Parachute Regiment; relating to Argentine Forces; associated with the South Atlantic (Falklands War) (1982). Prints 1984-11-46
NO MAN'S LAND/ Landscape of the First World War. Photolithograph poster after Brian Yale, 1980 (c); two vignettes including a landscape from 1980 (c) painted by Brian Yale, on the top, and a photograph of soldiers crawling along a trench, 1914 (c), on the bottom; inscribed at top as title; associated with World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Prints 1984-11-47
Swagger stick, Queen's Westminster Volunteers, nd; displaying regimental badge of a crowned portcullis, nd; inscribed in raised letters on metal head, 'Queen's Westminster Volunteers/ XIII.MX.' Equipment, general 2003-09-18
DISTINCTIVE BADGES OF RANK OF OFFICERS IN THE ARMY/ SHOWING CORRESPONDING RANKS IN ROYAL NAVY, ARMY, [and] ROYAL AIR FORCE. Colour lithograph published by Gale and Polden Limited, Aldershot, 1943 (c); inscribed at top as title; with service dress caps and armlets; associated with the British Army, Royal Navy, and Royal Air Force. Prints 1984-11-48
Swagger stick, 2nd (South) Middlesex Rifle Volunteers, 1852 (c)-1881 (c); displays the regimental badge, and the motto meaning, 'second to none'; inscribed in raised letters in the centre of the badge, 'South Middlesex' and in raised letters underneath, 'Nulli Secundis'. Equipment, general 2003-09-19
Swagger stick, Bloomsbury Rifles, nd; displays the regimental badge and motto, 'Pro Patria Semper', meaning, 'For My Country Ever'; inscribed in raised letters in the centre of the badge, 'Bloomsbury Rifles', in raised letters, 'Pro Patria Semper' and stamped in metal underneath, 'PO/ 248516'. Equipment, general 2003-09-20
Notice to attend a public meeting of the Epsom Local Recruiting Committee of the Territorial Force. Printed postcard after Richard Simkin, 1908 (c); published by Surrey Yeomanry, 1908 (c); inscribed verso; associated with the Surrey (Princess of Wales's) Yeomanry and the Territorial Force. Prints 1984-11-144
Rattan swagger stick, 57th (West Middlesex) Regiment of Foot, 1757 (c)-1782 (c); with decorative head; inscribed in raised letters on head, '57/ Albuhera'. Equipment, general 2003-09-21
Large polished cane swagger stick, nd; associated with the Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own); with a silver head displaying London hallmarks; regimental badge, 'Ich Dien/ Albuhera/ Middlesex Regiment'. Equipment, general 2003-09-22
T-shirt, officers' and all ranks', Universal pattern, British Force, Lebanon, 1983. Uniforms 1983-10-125
Polished cane swagger stick, nd; with brass head decorated with a King's crown and the initials, 'FJ' engraved in decorative gothic script; the bottom of the stick is horn. Equipment, general 2003-09-23
MELBOURNE HOUSE: 73 KINGS AVENUE: CLAPHAM PARK: S.W./ HEADQUARTERS/ 98TH (SURREY [and] SUSSEX YEO.) FIELD BGDE R.A. (T.A.)/ 1903-1938. Photolithograph after G R S, 1938 (c); published by Surrey Yeomanry, 1938 (c). The facade of the house; inscribed at bottom as title, with regimental badge at the top; associated with 98th (Surrey and Sussex Yeomanry) Field Brigade, RA (TA). Prints 1984-11-146
The Queen and the Sightless Captain - A Touching Episode/ South African Victoria Cross Heroes, 1901 (c). Chromolithograph, artist unknown. Prints 1994-05-58
Shabraque, officers', Unidentified Volunteers, 1890 (c). Horse Furniture 1994-05-59
Battle of Ferozeshah India 21-22 December 1845 62nd Regiment. Colour photolithograph after Peter Archer, 1982; published by the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment, 1984 (c); inscribed at the bottom as title. The 62nd (The Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot capturing the Sikh guns during the Battle of Ferozeshah, 1st Sikh War (1845-1846). Prints 1984-11-186
Battery Sergeant Major's serge frock, Royal Artillery, 1900 (c). Uniforms 1994-05-60
Battle of Tofrek/ Sudan 22 March 1885/ 49th Regiment. Colour photolithograph after Charles Edwin Fripp, 1885 (c); published by the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment, 1984 (c). The 1st Bn Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Berkshire Regiment) defending their zareba at Tofrek against a large dervish force; inscribed at the bottom as title; relating to the 1st Bn, Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Berkshire Regiment); associated with the Battle of Tofrek, 1st Sudan War (1884-1885). Prints 1984-11-187
Battle of Maiwand/ Afghanistan 27 July 1880/ 66th Regiment. Colour photolithograph after Peter Archer, 1982 (c); published by the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment, 1984 (c); the last stand of the 66th Regiment against Ayub Khan's forces; inscribed at the bottom as title; relating to the 66th (Berkshire) Regiment of Foot; associated with the Battle of Maiwand, 2nd Afghan War (1878-1880). Prints 1984-11-188
GRAND BATTLE OF LORDS SPIRITUAL and TEMPORAL or Political courage brought to the TEST. Coloured etching by and after William Heath and Paul Pry, 1828 (c); published by T McLean, London, April 1828; FM Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Welllington and Lord Eldon with their supporters fighting one another with bladders on sticks while riding hobby horses; inscribed at the bottom as title; a satire on the debates in the House of Lords on the Repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts which affected Catholic emancipation. Prints 1984-11-211
NEW MODE OF MILITARY DISCIPLINE. Coloured etching by and after A Sharpshooter, 1829; published by G Humphrey, London, May 1829. The Duke of Wellington birching the bare-backed King whom Lady Conyngham holds on her back while two Grenadier Guardsmen accompany them on fife and drum; a satire on the Duke's pressurisation of George IV over Catholic emancipation; inscribed at bottom as title. Prints 1984-11-212
EFFECTS of the ARRIVAL of FRENCH EAGLES in ENGLAND. Coloured etching by W H Brooke and the 'Satirist', 1812; after W H Brooke, 1812; published by the 'Satirist', 1 Oct 1812; a satire on the celebrations in London on the nights of 16th-19th August, after the arrival of dispatches announcing the victory of Salamanca and the captured French eagles: only the Whigs had been against the campaign; inscribed at the bottom as title; associated with the Battle of Salamanca, Peninsular War (1808-1814). Prints 1984-11-213
THE SIEGE OF ST QUINTIN. Coloured etching published by W N Jones, London, 1 Dec 1814; a satire on the court martial of Col George Quentin which followed a petition against him by his fellow officers of the 10th (The Prince of Wales's Own) Royal Regiment of Light Dragoons (Hussars), seen here being told to sheath their swords while Quentin is dragged out of the mud by the Prince Regent and Frederick Augustus, the Duke of York; inscribed at the bottom as title. Prints 1984-11-214
THE EX-EMPEROR IN A BOTTLE. Coloured etching with stipple engraving, possibly after William Heath, 1815 (c); published by J Jenkins, London, 25 Aug 1815; Emp Napoleon I stands in a bottle surrounded by a group of allied sovereigns and generals, including George IV (as Prince Regent), Marshal Gebhard Leberecht Von Blücher, Emp Alexander I, King Frederick William III, and FM Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington; inscribed at the bottom as title; an advertisement for the series after William Heath, 'The Martial Achievements of Great Britain and her Allies'; associated with the Napoleonic Wars, Waterloo (1815). Prints 1984-11-215
The Woolwich Macaroni. Etching by and after Matthew Darly, 1772; published by Matthew Darly, London, 21 Sep 1772; single figure of an officer wearing a large queue, with a cane; inscribed at bottom as title; associated with the British Army. Prints 1984-11-216
Corporal Perpendicular. Etching by and after Matthew Darly, 1775; published by Matthew Darly, London, 20 May 1775; oval vignette, half-length portrait of a long thin corporal, possible a Grenadier; inscribed at bottom as title; associated with the Infantry. Prints 1984-11-217
Sepoys. Soft-ground etching by J Hill, 1808; after John Augustus Atkinson, 1808; published by William Miller and Jas Walker, London, 1 Jan 1808; two full-length figures, one of them pointing to the Union Flag on a fort nearby and three other sepoys behind; inscribed at bottom as title; associated with the Bengal Native Infantry. Prints 1984-11-218
Corporal's frock and field service forage cap, 2nd Volunteer Bn, The Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire) Regiment, 1900 (c). Uniforms 1994-05-61
Artillery Train. Coloured soft-ground etching by J Hill after John Augustus Atkinson, 1808; published by William Miller, London, 1808; four artillerymen and an ammunition wagon outside a thatched house; inscribed at bottom as title; associated with the Royal Artillery. Prints 1984-11-219
Four orders and medals: Order of the British Empire; Defence Medal 1939-45; British War Medal 1939-45; Coronation Medal 1953; and four miniature medals; awarded to Col Jane Grierson, Deputy Director Women's Royal Army Corps and late Auxiliary Territorial Service. Medals 1994-05-62
To the GENTLEMEN of the BLOOMSBURY [and] INNS OF COURT/ Association, this Print representing their Uniform is respectfully dedicated... Coloured aquatint by and after P W Tomkins, 1803; published by Elizabeth Walker, London, 1 Nov 1803; single full-length figure of a volunteer holding a flintlock, with the regiment being drilled beyond, in front of one of the Inns of Court buildings; associated with the Bloomsbury and Inns of Court Volunteers. Prints 1984-11-220
To the Gentlemen of the LIGHT HORSE VOLUNTEERS of London [and]/ Westminster, This Print Representing their Uniform [andc] Is Respectfully Dedicated... Coloured aquatint by and after P W Tomkins, 1803; published by Elizabeth Walker, London, 1 Nov 1803; single full-length figure of a volunteer, dismounted and standing by his horse, while the regiment passes by in the Military fly; associated with the London and Westminster Light Horse Volunteers. Prints 1984-11-221
Collar badge, worn by Miss Jane Grierson, Auxiliary Territorial Service, later Colonel and Deputy Director, Women's Royal Army Corps, 1942-1949. Badges 1994-05-63
Two cap badges, pair of collar badges, nine rank badges, and three pairs of gorget patches, worn by Col Jane Grierson, Women's Royal Army Corps, 1950 -1962 (c). Badges 1994-05-64
Alexis Soyer (1810-1858), 1840 (c). Bronze head and shoulders portrait bust of the celebrated chef and inventor of the Soyer stove. Sculpted by Louis Gardie (fl 1850-1860 (c)), 1860 (c). The bust is after a portrait of Soyer by [Elizabeth] Emma Soyer, the sitter's wife (1813-1842); associated with the Crimean War (1854-1856). Sculpture 2003-09-24
Blazer badge, unidentified, 1945 (c); possibly worn by Miss K Dell. Badges 1994-05-65
Two silver shooting medals, awarded to Capt (formerly Sgt) G Tyrell, 30th Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps, 1862 and 1864. Medals 1994-05-91
Ten uniform items and three handkerchiefs, officers', Royal Irish Regiment, worn by Capt Walton Mellor, 1912 (c). Uniforms 1983-10-124
Ten uniform items and three handkerchiefs, officers', Royal Irish Regiment, worn by Capt Walton Mellor, 1912 (c). Equipment, uniform 1983-10-124
Duke of Gloucester's/ LOYAL VOLUNTEER,/ Dedicated by permission to Colonel, the Rt Honble, Lord Viscount Chetwynd. Coloured aquatint by T Rickards after Ann Wadsnorth, 1804; published by John Wallis Jnr, 9 Nov 1804; single full-length figure of a volunteer with a flintlock, standing in a rural landscape; inscribed at bottom as title; associated with the Duke of Gloucester's Volunteers (Westminster). Prints 1984-11-222
Prince Albert, 1843. Engraving by George T Doo after John Partridge, 1843; published by F G Moon, 1844; threequarter length portrait of Prince Albert, the Prince Consort, in the uniform of the 11th Prince Albert's Own Hussars. Prints 1984-11-223
29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery in the Falklands. Colour photolithograph after Joan Wanklyn, 1982 (c); with five vignettes: gunners boarding a Sea King helicopter, disembarking from landing craft on East Falklands during operation 'Sutton', Sea King helicopters transferring Light Guns from ship to shore during that operation, an Observation Party directing artillery fire during the battle for the hills above Port Stanley, and manning a 105mm light gun; inscribed at bottom as title; relating to the 29 Commando Regiment, Royal Artillery; associated with the South Atlantic (Falklands War) (1982). Prints 1984-11-224
Pair of boots, wellington, officers', Universal pattern, 1830 (c). Uniforms 1983-10-123
A Troop of 8 (Alma) Cdo Bty, 1983. Colour photolithograph after Dawn Waring, 1983; a troop of 8 (Alma) Commando Bty, Royal Artillery being strafed by a Pucara whilst supporting 2nd Bn Parachute Regiment during the battle of Darwin and Goose Green, South Atlantic (Falklands War) (1982). Prints 1984-11-225
Shoulder strap, rank badges and shoulder titles, Women's Auxiliary Corps (India), 1944 (c). Uniforms 1983-10-14
Shoulder strap, rank badges and shoulder titles, Women's Auxiliary Corps (India), 1944 (c). Badges 1983-10-14
2nd Battalion Scots Guards/ Battle of Tumbledown Mountain 14th June 1982. Colour photolithograph after Terence Cuneo, 1983; published by the Scots Guards, 1984 (c); 2nd Bn Scots Guards assaulting an Argentinian machine gun emplacement; inscribed at bottom as title and inscribed 'Terence Cuneo', bottom right in meth pencil; relating to 2nd Bn Scots Guards and the Argentine Army; associated with the Battle of Tumbledown Mountain, South Atlantic (Falklands War) (1982). Prints 1984-12-34
Silver shooting medal, awarded to Sgt T Delaney, 56th (1st London) Division, Territorial Army, 1930 (c). Medals 1994-05-92
White metal medal commemorating Victory and Peace 1919, issued by the Borough of Bridlington, Yorkshire, 1919. Medals 1994-05-93
Silver medal, 1900, produced by the boroughs of Hadleigh and Thundersley, Essex to commemorate the Annexation of the Orange Free State and Transvaal. Medals 1994-05-94
Silver medal struck 1897, commemorating General Sir Ralph Abercrombie and the centenary of the capture of Trinidad 1797. Medals 1994-05-96
Formation badge, 1st Canadian Army, 1942-1945; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Badges 1994-05-97
A CONVOY OF WAGONS. Coloured lithograph by the Dickinson Brothers, 1854; after Ens Hugh Robinson, 1851 (c); published by the Dickinson Brothers, 1854; ox-drawn carts passing through hilly terrain, with pack horses driven by infantrymen, possibly the 43rd (Monmouthshire) Regiment of Foot (Light Infantry); inscribed at bottom as title; associated with the 8th Cape Frontier War (1850-1853). Prints 1984-12-59
Dieppe Raid/ 'Zero' Orange beach, 19th August 1942. Photograph of a charcoal drawing by L/Cpl Brian Joseph Mullen (1911-1944), No 4 Commando and Royal Engineers, 1942 (c); inscribed lower left as title and 'B J Mullen - 4 Commando'; relating to the Army Commandos; associated with the Dieppe Raid, World War Two, North West Europe (1939-1943). Prints 1984-09-15
H M Indian Troopship 'Crocodile'/ 6,211 Tons, 4,200 HP.H M Indian Troopship 'Crocodile'/ 6,211 Tons, 4,200 HP. Colour chromolithograph, published 1880 (c); side view of a three mast sailing vessel, with passengers on deck and other sailing ships in the background. Prints 1975-02-103
Formation badge, 8 Corps, 1944-1945 (c); associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Badges 1994-05-98
Four formation badges, 1st Anti-Aircraft Division 1935-1942; part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-198
17 officer's brass hunt buttons, Northamptonshire Yeomanry, 1934 (c); thirteen large and four small buttons; depict the letter 'N' superimposed on to the letter, 'Y', surmounted by a monarchial crown. Badges 2003-09-25
Formation badge, 3 Anti-Aircraft Division 1940 (c); part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-199
Formation badge, 1 Anti-Aircraft Division 1940 (c); part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-200
Formation badges, 2nd Anti-Aircraft Division 1935-1942 (c); part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-201
Shako, ball tuft and tunic, officers', 100th (Prince of Wales's Royal Canadian) Regiment, worn by Lt W Richie, 1864 (c). Uniforms 1983-09-76
Medals awarded to Sister Amy Sayers whilst serving in the Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service, 1939 (c)-1945 (c): 1939-45 Star; Africa Star 1940-43; Italy Star 1943-45; British War Medal 1939-45; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Medals 2003-09-26
Uniformes Militares Brazileiros. Printed calendar after Ivan Rodrigues, 1983; published by Leo Christiano Editorial Ltda, 1983; inscribed at the bottom as title; each plate has a single figure in uniform; associated with Brazilian Army. Prints 1984-10-170
Shoulder cape worn by Sister Amy Sayers whilst serving in the Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service, 1939 (c)-1945 (c); made from grey and scarlet wool cloth; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Uniforms 2003-09-27
British War Medal 1939-45 awarded to Pte M R Cherry, Auxiliary Territorial Service; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Medals 2003-09-28
Bronze boxing medal, 1st Bn Middlesex Regiment, 1959; depicts on obverse a boxer in a boxing ring and on reverse inscribed, '1st Bn The Middlesex Regiment (O.C.O) Runner-Up Welter Weight 1959', all encircled by a wreath. Medals 2003-09-29
Medals and badges relating to Cpl T Gordon, Field Ambulance Brigade, Australian Imperial Force; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Medals 2003-09-30
Medals and badges relating to Cpl T Gordon, Field Ambulance Brigade, Australian Imperial Force; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Badges 2003-09-30
Set of 20 postcards after J C H Forster, 1972 (c); published by the Toronto Historical Board, 1980 (c). The uniforms of officers and men garrisoned at Toronto, 1793-1870; each with a single figure and inset illustration of a button or shoulder belt plate, and one with a drum banner; inscribed on the reverse as title; associated with the British Army. Prints 1984-11-6
Pair of shoulder scales, possibly senior non commissioned officers', 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons, 1840 (c). Uniforms 1983-09-74
Tunic, full dress, lieutenants', Grenadier Guards, worn by Lt J M Leveson-Gower, 1905 (c). Uniforms 1983-09-73
520 glass negatives by Hill and Saunders, Windsor. Various military subjects. Photographs 1975-04-35
Formation badge, 3rd Anti-Aircraft Division, 1938-1942 (c); part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-202
Formation badge,4th Anti-Aircraft Division, 1938-1942 (c); part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-203
Seven uniform items and pennant, other ranks', 9th (Queen's Royal) Lancers, worn by Pte W A Wilkins, 1898 (c). Uniforms 1983-09-66
Seven uniform items and pennant, other ranks', 9th (Queen's Royal) Lancers, worn by Pte W A Wilkins, 1898 (c). Flags and Colours 1983-09-66
Formation badge, 5th Anti-Aircraft Division 1938-1942; part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-204
Tunic, collar, waistbelt, trousers and forage cap, officers', 5th Bn, Royal Rhodesia Regiment, worn by Lt Col K J Cocker, 1965 (c). Uniforms 1983-09-65
Tunic, collar, waistbelt, trousers and forage cap, officers', 5th Bn, Royal Rhodesia Regiment, worn by Lt Col K J Cocker, 1965 (c). Equipment, uniform 1983-09-65
Embroidery of the badge of the Royal Corps of Signals, nd; associated with Women's Royal Army Corps; depicts a blue oval, outlined in yellow, with, 'Royal Corps Of Signals', embroidered in yellow. Crafts 2003-09-31
Medical kit used by A C D Parsons, Royal Army Medical Corps during World War Two, North Africa and Home Front, (1939-1945); includes a white canvas case, surgical needles, thermometers, tweezers, scalpel handle, scalpel, scissors, forceps, trocar, probe and a mirror. Medical Equipment 2003-09-32
Mess jacket, mess vest and overalls, officers', Scots Fusiliers Guards, worn by George Carnegie, 9th Earl of Northesk and Inglismaldie, 1873 (c). Uniforms 1983-09-63
Three formation badges, 6th Anti-Aircraft Divison, 1939-1942; part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-205
Formation badge, 7th Anti-Aircraft Divison, 1939-1942; part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-206
Formation badge, 8th Anti-Aircraft Divison, 1940-1942; part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-207
Formation badge, 9th Anti-Aircraft Divison, 1940-1942; part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-208
Formation badge, 10th Anti-Aircraft Divison, 1940-1941; part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-209
Formation badge, 11th Anti-Aircraft Divison, 1940-1942; part of the collection of Maj John Waring. Badges 1994-05-210