Welcome to Hutchens Vintage, showcasing extraordinary vintage military artifacts.

Embark on a Journey Through Time

Spanning nearly two centuries of conflict and courage, our collection takes you from the battlefields of the 1790s to the front lines of the 1970s.

Discover the stories, the strategies, and the sacrifices that shaped our world.

Collectors at Heart

Based in Perth, Western Australia, our company has sourced a range of unique pieces from around the globe. Each item in our collection carries with it a rich history and a unique character, evoking the spirit of the soldiers who once wielded them.


Indulge your passion for the past and explore our collection today. With our commitment to quality, authenticity, and exceptional customer service, we invite you to embark on a journey through time with us, where every artifact tells a story waiting to be discovered.







  • 1940 Alpina 592 Kriegsmarine

    1940 Alpina KM 592


    Period time Kriegsmarine service watch. Made by Alpina. A nickel-plated brass case. Silver watch dial including a subsidiary 60 seconds time display at 6 o’clock. “KM 592” marked. Alpina caliber 592 movement. Neutral leather wrist band.

  • 1943 Waltham UK Pilots Watch

    1943 Waltham RAF Pilot Watch


    The WW2 Waltham RAF Pilots Watch played a significant role in World War II. The watch was issued to pilots in the Royal Air Force, and it helped them to stay on time and on target during missions. The watch was also a symbol of unity and camaraderie among the pilots.

  • 1863 Civil War Union Officers Cavalry Sabre 2

    1863 Officers Cavalry Sabre Union

    The Model 1860 sabre was a critical tool for Union cavalry officers, used in countless engagements during the Civil War. This weapon symbolizes the bravery and sacrifice of those who fought for the Union, making it a valuable artifact of American history.

  • 1861 Civil War Union Officers Category PNG

    1861 Officers Cavalry Sword

    This 1861 Confederate officer’s sword is a historical artifact from the American Civil War (1861-1865). It bears the etching “CSA,” signifying its allegiance to the Confederate States of America, a symbol of the Southern states’ secession and fight for independence.

  • 1944 IWC Beobachtungsuhr Watch

    1944 IWC Beobachtungsuhr


    1944 IWC Beobachtungsuhr Leuchtzifferblatt. Very nice nickel-plated metal case. Magnetic backplate. Silver-plated watch dial with black numerals and hands as well as a 60-second subdial. “International Watch Co Schaffhausen, Swiss” maker marked and “KM” marked.

  • 1865 Civil War Sword St Clair Mulholland

    1865 Sword Col. St Clair Augustin Mullholland

    1865 Presentation Sword awarded to Col. St Clair Augustin Mulholland, later promoted to Maj. Gen. Awarded by his own division (‘A’ Company of the 116th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment) for Heroic Service in the Battle of Boydton Plank Road, Virginia in October 1964.

  • Pistol Colt M1911 45ACP

    1915 Colt M1911 45ACP

    Designed by the legendary firearms inventor John Browning, the M1911 is revered for its innovative features, including its short recoil operation, tilting barrel design, and powerful .45 ACP cartridge. Checkered Walnut Grips, Original Fine Rushed Blue Finish.

  • 1859 Sharps Infantry Rifle Category

    1859 Sharps Infantry Rifle

    .54 Calibre rifle used in the initial stages of the US Civil War. Developed by Christian Sharps, this weapon boasted a unique breech-loading mechanism that enabled a higher rate of fire compared to traditional muzzle-loading rifles.

  • 1858 Remington Army Confederate Revolver

    1858 Remington Army .44 Cal Revolver

    The Remington Army .44 caliber revolver, often referred to as the Model 1858, was a pivotal sidearm in the American Civil War. The revolver, marked with “CS,” denotes its use by the Confederate States Army, adding a layer of historical significance to this firearm.

  • 1914 Lee Enfield 5th Light Horse Rifle

    1910 Lee Enfield 5th Light Horse Regiment

    1910 Lee Enfield 5th Light Horse Regiment. This fine instrument served in WWI in the 5th Light Horse Regiment. Their most active battle was in Damascus in September 1918, known as the Battle of Megiddo. They assisted General Chauvel capture Damascus and cut off retreating Germans and Turkish soldiers.

  • 1942 Wagner 650 Kriegsmarine

    1942 Wagner 650 KM


    1942 Kriegsmarine Wagner 650 with leather band. Pristine example of an early Kriegsmarine watch made by Wagner. Near mint condition. Written on the back of the case is “RW – Boden rostfreiere Stahl”.

  • 1939 Japanese Helmet

    1939 Japanese Helmet Type 90

    Original WW2 Type 90 Japanese soldiers helmet. Captured in Papua New Guinea and returned to Western Australia. Full original 3 pad lining.