The badge features the Black Watch Motto "Nemo Me Impune Lacessit" which translates into "No One Attacks Me With Impunity".
Constructed of paper on cardboard, a pair of printed certificates of service issued by the recruiting authorities in Ireland.
Though the cap badge is missing, remains of patina suggest a rounded badge with kings crown.
The naval badge retains it's original velvet and hand embroidered gilt wire which display a central anchor under an immaculate king's crown. Unlike Second World War examples, the crown consists of strictly red and green crown jewels rather than a central blue.
The award document issued by the Führer Headquarters, features Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel's signature (may be facsimile).
Constructed of non-magnetic meganese and a steel rim, this second pattern Mk. I retains most of the exterior finish. Inside, the liner remains largely intact though missing the chinstrap.
Constructed of non-magnetic meganese and a steel rim, this second pattern Mk. I retains the majority of exterior finish. Inside, the liner remains largely intact though missing the rubber doughnut.
Often incorrectly identified as a Tam O' Shanter, the balmoral bonnet was pattern sealed in March 1915 despite earlier use.
A gilt and white metal stamped badge features King George's crown and unit sigil overlaying a Maple Leaf. The unit motto "SIOL NA FEAR FERAL" translates to "Breed of Manly Men".
A gilt stamped badge in the form of a star. The Badge features the Coldstream motto of "HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE" which translates into "Shame be to him who thinks evil of it".
The tank, a British Mk IV known as "Dop Doctor" was used during the third Ypres (Battle of Passchendale). Due to the swampy ground of July/August 1917 many tanks succumbed to the mire, receiving direct hits.
Constructed of bunting on soft printed linen, this 1940's era Union Jack measures roughly 111cm by 80.5cm.