• Air Guns
  • Rifles
  • Shotguns
  • Deactivated
  • Accessories
  • Pistol / Hand Guns
  • Blades
  • Other Guns
  • Gun Dogs
  • Replica
  • More
    All categories
    • All categories
    • Air Guns
    • Rifles
    • Shotguns
    • Deactivated
    • Accessories
    • Pistol / Hand Guns
    • Blades
    • Other Guns
    • Gun Dogs
    • Replica
    • Bows and Crossbows
    • Wanted
    Please select a location from the drop-down list
    £ 875
    Gieves Ltd. 1918 British Officer's Uniform Khaki Jacket By Gieves Ltd To 2nd Lie 1918 British Officer's Uniform Khaki Jacket By Gieves Ltd To 2nd Lieutenant D.E.
    PhoneMessage
    £ 875
    Gieves Ltd. 1918 British Officer's Uniform Khaki Jacket By Gieves Ltd To 2nd Lie 1918 British Officer's Uniform Khaki Jacket By Gieves Ltd To 2nd Lieutenant D.E.
    1/3
    JC Militaria Ltd
    Profile page
    ad ref. GS515844B
    £ 875

    Gieves Ltd. 1918 British Officer's Uniform Khaki Jacket By Gieves Ltd To 2nd Lie 1918 British Officer's Uniform Khaki Jacket By Gieves Ltd To 2nd Lieutenant D.E.

    AccessoriesClothingUsed

    WW1 1918 British Officer's Uniform Khaki Jacket By Gieves Ltd To 2nd Lieutenant D.E.D Taylor MM, MID, 19th Public School Battalion Royal Fusiliers With WW1 Medal Ribbons. U 105 - U 105

    The Royal Fusiliers served with distinction in the First World War,raising 76 Battalions The Regiment served on the Western Front, in Africa, the Middle East and Macedonia. Public Schools Battalions were British First World War Pals Battalions of Kitchener's Army, originally made up exclusively of former public schoolboys. The 19th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers were part of the 33rd Division, which was formed in April, 1915. It was an all-London Division with five public schools Battalions (18th to 21st Royal Fusiliers and 16th Middlesex). 2nd Lieutenant D.E.D Taylor served with the British Army between 1908-1924 and was an Officer with 19th Public School Battalion Royal Fusiliers during WW1. The Officer was awarded the prestigious Military Medal (MM) for valour and was mentioned in despatches (MID). This is 2nd Lieutenant D.E.D Taylor’s Uniform Jacket mounted with his WW1 medal ribbons (a photocopy of part of his medal card records from the National Archives Kew accompanies his jacket). The jacket is single breasted with open collar, pleated chest pockets and plain lower pockets with flaps. The tunic has all of its original brass Kings crown Royal Fusiliers Regimental buttons. The lapels of the jacket have the ignited grenade Regimental badges with correct rear lug and split pins. The epaulettes have the correct embroidered 2nd Lieutenant WW1 rank insignia. The collar of the tunic has a nice manufacturer’s label ‘Gieves Ltd’ with typed date ’12 may 1918’ and the Officers detail ‘Lt DED Taylor 19 PS Batl Royal F (19th Public School Battalion Royal Fusiliers). The Tunic is clean with some areas of light mothing which is stable. It is approx UK size 38" Chest. This WW1 tunic to a named British Officer decorated for valour is worthy of further research. Price includes UK delivery. U 105
    £875.00 ...Read full description
    CategoryAccessories
    SubcategoryClothing
    ConditionUsed
    Price£ 875
    Sale typeTrade
    Manufactured Year1918
    Your referenceU 105
    Recommended UsageCollection item

    More ads from this seller

    3
    £ 125
    CategoryAccessories
    SubcategoryAmmunition
    ConditionUsed
    Cheshire, North West
    3
    £ 425
    SubcategoryAir rifles
    MakeBSA
    Mechanism -
    Calibre -
    Cheshire, North West
    3
    £ 275
    CategoryBlades
    SubcategoryKnives
    Make -
    Cheshire, North West
    JC Militaria Ltd
    Profile page