Share away. I went back to the source and picked up a couple more, including one in a much browner material. Many of them had tape on them with rank, name and units on them. I also grabbed the label off the end of one of the boxes. It reads:
Catalogue section 4A, Catalogue number 307823, contents: VALISE A/B COMB. BODY ONLY. Dates were in the late 50s. Next time I am out there I'll have to see if there are earlier dates, otherwise, with t he dates of late 50s, it means FN family of rifles I suspect.
The valises were made by Irving Air Chute Company , Fort Erie, Ontario
I also dug a little deeper through some barrack boxes. A stack of 4 boxes proved quite nice. First box was full or regular mk2 helmets. The second box had some jump helmets, and a number of various dispatch riders helmets, ranging from early Spalding to the all steel version. The third box had more of the same, including one WW2 para helmet. The fourth barrack box was disappointing....stowed on ground level, everything inside (including a number of para helmets) were badly rusted.