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A nice an un-issued British made national free Czechoslovakia shoulder title
This ia a neat example of a nice an un-issued British made national free Czechoslovakia shoulder title. Czechoslovak exile units saw action on most of the major fronts of WW2 and generally performed very well. They earned the respect and admiration of other Allied nations and units and their sacrifices were crowned when they could return home to a free Czechoslovakia in 1945, though now as part of the Soviet bloc in Europe. This badge is in a perfect condition.
A nice and litte probably Norwegian made King Haakon 7 patriot pin
This is a nice and litte probably Norwegian made King Haakon 7 patriot pin. The pin measures 5.5cm with a orange enemal crest with a H and a 7. The pin is probably made of silver with Norwegian marks on the back. The pin itself is in a nice and issued condition.
A nice British Royal Corps of Signals printed shoulder title
This is a perfect example of a printed shoulder titel to the Royal Corps of Signals. The title is in a nice issued condition. These title are getting harder to find these days.
A nicely made and issued pre 1953 RAAF (Royal Australian Air Force) Pilot's qualification wing
This is a good example of a nicely made and issued pre 1953 RAAF (Royal Australian Air Force) Pilot's qualification wing for intended use on a khaki drill i.e tropical uniform due to it's original mounted safety pin to the back. The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), formed March 1921. The RAAF took part in many of the 20th century's major conflicts. During the early years of the Second World War a number of RAAF bomber, fighter, reconnaissance and other squadrons served in Britain, and with the Desert Air Force located in North Africa and the Mediterranean. From 1942, a large number of RAAF units were formed in Australia, and fought in South West Pacific Area. This example is in a nice and issued condition.
Code: 51138Price: 55.00 EUR
A nice all brass standard issued all ranks Reconnassiance Corps cap badge
This is a neat examle of a nice all brass standard issued all ranks Reconnassiance Corps cap badge. The Reconnaissance Corps, or simply Recce Corps, was a corps of the British Army, formed during the Second World War whose units provided the mobile spearhead of infantry divisions. It was formed from infantry brigade reconnaissance groups on 14 January 1941. All the brigade reconnaissance groups of each infantry corps were formed into reconnaissance battalions, each usually bearing the number of its relevant division. This example is in a nice and issued condition.
Out of print book : British Parachute Forces 1940-45 by Howard P. Davies
This is nice and used condition soft cover book on the WW2 British Parachute Forces 1940-45. Total of 32 pages with lots of information and pictures. Great for reference.
Code: 51136Price: 15.00 EUR
A nice and issued highly detailed white metal Army Air Corps cap badge
This is a good example of a issued white metal Army Air Corps beret badge and mainly worn by members of the Glider Pilot Regiment. The AAC badge was also worn by the early members of the Parachute Regiment in North Africa. This example is in a perfect condition and has two copper coloured lugs to the back and has never been cleaned. Difficult to find these days.
A nice late war i.e early post war 'cash tape' type Belgium shoulder title
This is a good example of a nice late war i.e early post war 'cash tape' type Belgium shoulder title. I have seen the Belgium Commando shoulder title before in the same white on khaki colours and in the 'cash tape' type. These type of titles would have been introduced after the Belgium would have been used the British red on dark blue. This example is in a perfect and issued condition. Difficult to find these days.
A nicely made RPAF (Royal Pakistan Air Force) Pilot's qualification wing
This is a good example of a pre 1953 nicely made RPAF (Royal Pakistan Air Force) Pilot's qualification wing. The Royal Pakistan Air Force (RPAF) was established on 14 August 1947 with the independence of Pakistan from British India. The RPAF got 16 fighter aircraft as its foundation. It started off with one squadron of eight Tempest aircraft . This wing is in a perfect and slightly used condition.
Code: 51133Price: 40.00 EUR
A nice RARE and difficult to find un-official 1st Battalion, The Border Regiment Airborne shoulder title
This is a neat example of a unfortunately not complete (missing its purple cloth backing) RARE un-offical shoulder title to the 1st Battalion The Border Regiment. The Battalion is famous for their action's during the Battle of Arnhem in September 1944. "The coloured Border cloth shoulder title was taken into wear by the 1st Battalion in 1942. The colours of yellow and green were the facing colours of the 34th and 55th Foot Regiments. All the other battalions continued to wear the white on red title." The title is further in a nicely issued condition with some minor damadge and dirt from years of storage i.e slightly handeling. The title is priced accordingly.
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