A good early 20th century example of an Irish Guards full dress tunic, being of a scarlet single breasted tunic with dark blue facings to the collar and cuffs and white piping to the front, cuffs, shoulder straps and rear skirt. With embroidered regimental shamrock devices and guards pattern cuffs.
A rare example of a Northumberland hussars officers tunic. Dark blue Melton cloth, with Field Officer pattern silver lace and cord decoration to the collar and cuffs. To each breast six loops of silver bullion gimp cord, with olivette fastening’s. The gimp cord is repeated to the back.
A fair example of a queens own royal west Kent yeomanry officers tunic, of a fine scarlet Melton cloth with white horse of Kent collar badges in white metal and gilt regimental buttons. Dark blue facings to the collar and cuffs and white piping to the front and rear skirt slashes. The cuffs with thick gold inverted ’V’ lace below an Austrian knot.
A very fine rifle brigade officers full dress tunic, tailored in green Melton cloth with black velvet facings, edged and trimmed with black cord and five cord loops each side to the front and complete with all it’s caps and olivettes.
A rare and good example of a Scots guards regiment full dress tunic by Rego Clothiers Ltd and dated 1936. Fine scarlet Melton cloth tunic with blue facings, brass regimental buttons and white piping. Collar and fronts edged with narrow half inch gold “Bias and Stand” lace.
A rare and unusual World War Two, 21st Army Group, Staff Officers Battledress Tunic. Khaki serge blouse and probably tailor made, with open collar but still retaining hook-and-eye fastenings. Red gorget tabs to the collar and colonel rank badges in drab worsted embroidery with red edging. A 21st Army Group shield to the shoulder.
This ww1 US army engineers tunic retains it’s original insignia, comprising of “B Company and US” collar disc’s, and all the original shoulder titles. This is a very nice example of a non-commissioned officer’s ww1 US army engineers tunic.