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Toy sword and scabbard, painted metal in blue and gold, with red tassles and black belt, British, 1960s-1970s.
Equestrian, of metal, wood and leather, the rider in German 16th century armour; made in France 1801-1900
Sword and sheath (dha)
Curved single edged sword (dha) with iron mounts in a wooden hilt with a sheath composed of two carved wooden halves, Burma, C19
Wooden model fort handmade in England in 1920
Property sword (gladius or short sword?) used by the Gaiety Theatre (1903-1950), with a flimsy black painted metal blade, bone grip and brass pommel and hollow box guard, Given by Mrs Evelyn Disher
Colour lithograph depicting a battle scene in Sudan entitled 'Charge Of The 21st Lancers, a Second Balaclava Charge in the Battle Of Omdurman, September 2, 1898', published by G. W. Bacon. British School, ca. 1898.
'R.A.M.C. Parachute Units'. Colour offset lithograph poster, asking for volunteers for the Parachute Medical Services. Designed by Abram Games. Issued by the War Office during the Second World War. Great Britain. 1944.
Franck, M., Paris, France. Swords and daggers, and cutlass, French and Italian, 16th-17th century. Album, 'L'Art Ancien, Photographies des Collections Célèbres, Vol VI, Nos. 501-600.' Paris, 1868. Albumen print