Pullman Gallery

‘Trench Art’

Reference: 5740, 5903, 5904

A large 1917 silver-plated ‘Trench-Art’ model of a Vickers machine gun, with ammunition and water can, set on an oak display base. The gun set on a fully-adjustable tripod stand, the base with 2 fixed large ammo-case trinket boxes. Badged to the Machine Gun Corps, the badge is actually a removable silver sweetheart brooch, stamped and dated ‘WJB FRANCE 1914-1917’. All brass on an ebonized wooden plinth.

Length: 13 inches (33 cms)
Height: 12 inches (30 cms)
Depth: 8 inches (20 cms).

Price Code: SOLD

A WW1 all-silvered ‘Trench Art’ Browning M1917 A1 water-cooled machine gun model, the well detailed gun set on an adjustable tripod stand, and mounted on a triangular ebonized wooden plinth, with miniature fed ammunition and 20 cal cartridge box attached to the side, and water canister fed by a screw-threaded rubber hose. With movable sight and elevator, and bearing a plaque flanked by two bullets with three US Army buttons and stamped ‘BROWNING US M1917 AI MACHINE GUN’.

Length: 11 inches (28 cms)
Height: 10 inches (26 cms)
Depth: 8 inches (20 cms).

Notes: M1917A1 had a firing rate of 450 to 600 round/min.

Price Code: SOLD

A complete, mint condition run of The Great War written by the Rt Hon Winston Churchill, published by George Newness Limited of The Strand in 1933. Initially intended to be published in 24 fortnightly parts, the run was extended to 26 and all 26 issues feature in this set.

Price Code: £

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