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VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: The Armourer at Bosleys Militaria Auction

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Posted on 26 Jun 2012

Bosleys present the key lots of their June 2012 auction
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The Armourer were special guests at Bosleys recent successful militaria sale, and now you can see exclusive video footage from the sale room of the most interesting lots and their sale prices.

On camera, Auctioneer and General Manager Bernard Pass present lots from the auction, including a Distinguished Conduct Medal Group of Eight representing the military career of Warrant Officer Terrence Powell who joined the Royal Marines, Special Boat Service and Royal Navy, which sold for an astonishing £52,000. Other items of note include a WWI Tank Driver's Face Mask and an extremely rare tail fin section, from a Luftwaffe Bomber shot down in 1940 following a raid on RAF Driffield.

Scroll down to see the video of the sale. 

 

 

Bernard Pass of Bosleys Military Auctioneers talks through some of the interesting lots going under the hammer at Court Gardens, Marlow (UK) on 6th June 2012. Brought to you by The Armourer Magazine.

 

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