Welcome to my website, I specialise in mainly WW2 British and Commonwealth weapons and kit and attend most major shows with Solomon Adler, In association with The 1940's Roadshow, both here in the UK and also in Europe.
We have introduced a seperate page for special offers, with many end of line items and odds and ends at greatly reduced prices. That will be regularly changed, so keep an eye on that and pick up a bargain!.
Looking forward to the Stoneleigh show at the weekend!.
I will be on stall number 89 just on the left hand side as you come in through the front doors.
New Items Recently Added
Bargain Bundle of 3 bags
Sewing kit, KFS and Ration/mess tin bags sold as one lot
(On special offers page)
Red Hackle Mint in original packaging
Black Hackle mint in original packaging
Repro Clou Francais or French Nail
These were originally made from the German metal barbed wire post during WW I and mainly carried by French soldiers, full size.
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Sleeve Scabbard for the F/S dagger Complete with authentic Green hilted dagger
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Back in stock! white enamel steel mugs
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Various new arrow heads
That will be constantly added to as they become available (click on photo to go to that page)
Leather Arrow Spacer for sharps For making your own arrow bag based on Mary Rose finds (click on photo to go to that page)
Leather Arrow spacer for rubber blunts Leather arrow spacer for making your own arrow bag, based on Mary Rose finds. (click on picture to go to that page) New Type Longbow bags New longbow bags featuring a leather thong to tie closed, heavy duty canvas (click on photo to go to that page)
Medieval style Pilgrim bags
Heavy duty canvas bags as used in medieval times (click on photo to go to that page)
Repro No.2 MkI sten stocks. (click on photo to go to that page)
Fooling around With John and Arthur Cook at War and Peace earlier this year
With Generals Bradley and Patton and War and PeaceThanks George and Alan
With Capt. and Mrs Mainwaring at Saltram Thanks Sue and George