kenny andrew

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  1. Time Left: 2 months and 26 days

    • FOR SALE
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    Field grey wool rayon cap with dark green centreband and dark green piping.One very small nip to the crown.Insignia comprises a gilt washed stamped alloy eagle and swastika and alloy oakleaves wreath encompassing a stamped national tricolor cockade. Twisted silver/aluminum chin cord is secured inplace by two small gilt washed metal buttons decorated with fouled navy anchors. Black vulcanfibre visor in good condition with all stitching intact. The interior of the cap is fully lined in light blue rayon with grey leather sweatshield and sweatband ribbon to the rear.Interior celluloid sweat diamond intact with all stitching present. Superb condition cap. V.G.C.

    £2,400.00

  2. I totally missed this thread, I agree if it's a rare item and the price is right then would possibly consider it. When I first started collecting my first German Cross in Gold had most of the enamel smashed out of it , I was always quite happy with it as it only cost me £20 and was named on the back to a German paratrooper.
  3. Joan Armatrading's theme song from the 1978 film 'The Wild Geese'. This is another of my favourite films, a great cast, Richard Burton, Roger Moore, Richard Harris and Hardy Kruger, plus a host of other British actors.
  4. The Theme Song to the film ''Kelly's Heroes'' Directed by Brian G. Hutton and starring Clint Eastwood. The song is sung by The Mike Curb Congregation.
  5. Not something I know allot about Allan, but I think your employer should at least point you in the right direction and let you know where to buy the correct items. I would imagine with safety equipment it would be pretty important you get the correct items otherwise someone could be in big trouble if someone got injured.
  6. Excellent Colin, yes it does look like an F
  7. Hi Colin, here are the stamps, they are very faint but looks like either an E or an F with a line underneath and the numbers 588 ?
  8. Thanks Colin, it does have stamps but from memory they were very faint, I'll double check when I'm back in the shop on Tuesday.
  9. Also the red Brodie stamp from inside the helmet, his boots and the sales catalogue from the from 2012 from the sale of the Blair estate, Blair House, Scotland.
  10. Some of his other personal effects.
  11. Here's a nice Brodie helmet we just got in which belonged to Colonel Frederick Gordon Blair Aide De Camp To King George V. It also has a rare carrying case for the Brodie which we have never seen before. Brodie helmet and personal Effects Of Colonel Frederick Gordon Blair Aide De Camp To King George V Frederick Gordon Blair was born on 11 November 1852 the son of Captain W F Blair R.N. of Blair, Dalry, Ayrshire,Scotland. He was educated at Harrow School (The Grove) from Easter 1867 to Easter 1868. Blair was commissioned as a Sub Lieutenant in the 14th (King’s) Hussars on 26 March 1873. He transferred to the 16th Lancers in 1874. He joined the Ayrshire Yeomanry in 1870 before joining 14th Hussars in 1873 with whom he went to India then served in the 16th Lancers from 1874-81 then joining the Leicestershire Yeomanry in 1881 and became commandant in 1895-1905.He was commander of 4th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry during the 2nd Boer War 1899-1902 and was mentioned in dispatches.In 1902 a party was sent to London to represent the regiment at the coronation of Edward VII. On this occasion, Colonel Blair, riding abreast with other officers of the Militia and Volunteers, had the honour of representing the entire yeomanry force in the King's procession from Buckingham palace. In 1906, he became the regiments third Honorary Colonel after the death of Colonel Baillie. In 1914 Colonel Blair became Aide de Camp to King George V serving until 1920.
  12. I read L-Tower in Hamburg was demolished after the war and replaced by a building owned by T-Mobile, and G-Tower was transformed into a nightclub with a music school and music shops. Here is Flakturm VI G-Tower.