An original pair of British British made brown leather ankle boots made by 'H. E. Randall' during the 1940s.
These boots are typical of those worn by British Army officers throughout WW2 as well as by civilians. They are made from a brown coloured pebbled leather and feature a stitched toe cap. Eight brown painted metal eyelets are fitted to the boots and the interior is lined in leather. Cloth tape pull tabs are fitted to the top of each boot as is often found during this period.
The interior of the boots features the maker's name of 'H. E. Randall' as well as other details which pertain to the style etc. The leather insole is marked with the size of 7 1/2.
The boots are in excellent condition and display very well as can be seen in the pictures. The leather uppers have a nice patina to them and appear to be strong and wearable. The soles show signs of wear but still have life in them. The half sole has come away slightly in one corner but this is only noticeable under close scrutiny.
A nice pair of 1940s British ankle boots in fantastic condition which could suit a man or woman equally well.