VIEW BASKET Welcome to our Website From flintlock pistols ,muskets, percussion revolvers, military and sporting rifles, to de-activated guns- from swords, dirks, daggers and bayonets to arms and armour, from military uniforms, headgear and accoutrements, to scientific instruments and ephemera, our wide range of antique and vintage militaria encompasses items from the 16th to the 20th century. We supply both original and reproduction items. Established in we traded from our shop in Harrogate until , and attended many Militaria Fairs over the years. We set up out internet site to run concurrently with the Kings Road shop in , and in April closed the shop to become an internet business only.
Introduction to Sacramentals
The following items can be found on the The Lanes Armoury website , with full descriptions, photographs and prices. Was born in in St. From - he studied in Vhuteine?? In the s to s - he was working in the newspapers "Pravda", "Komsomolskaya Pravda", "Izvestia", "For Industrialization"; in "30 Days" magazine, "Height", "Foreign Literature", "Youth", "Ogonyok" the magazine received numerous prizes for the best pictures of the year. Author of campaign posters on topical issues of his time - anti-bourgeois, anti-religious, anti-fascist; posters on the theme of socialist labour and sports. It illustrates and prepares books for Military Publishing, publishing "Young Guard", "Soviet writer", "truth" and others.
Peter Galloway , as Chaplain of the Queen's Chapel of the Savoy, since Insignia and vestments[ edit ] Mantle of the order bearing the star of a Knight Grand Cross Upon admission into the Royal Victorian Order, members are given various insignia of the organisation, each grade being represented by different emblems and robes. Knights and Dames Grand Cross wear the badge on a sash passing from the right shoulder to the left hip; Knight Commanders wear the badge on a ribbon at the neck; male Commanders, Lieutenants, and Members wear the badge from a ribbon on the left chest;  and women in all grades below Dame Grand Cross wear the badge on a bow pinned at the left shoulder. Bars may be awarded to each class of medal for further services, and should recipients be awarded a higher level of medal or be appointed to a grade of the order itself, they may continue to wear their original medal along with the new insignia. The order's ribbon is blue with red-white-red stripe edging, the only difference being that for foreigners appointed into the society, their ribbon bearing an additional central white stripe.
The crash helmet is round-shaped, constructed with approximately 50 mm wide, reinforced, heavily padded band; the exterior and rolls covered in machine spun black wool. The indentation between the two rolls acts as a receiver for the elastic band on the covering beret, ensuring a secure fit. There are eight evenly spaced grommets placed around the circumference of the crash helmet, and nine evenly spaced grommets placed on top around the edges; the grommets are used for ventilation, and are constructed of black bakelite. There is a 47mm wide tan leather sweatband stitched in place, stamped "56" on the inside; the backside of leather sweatband is marked "81" and "8.