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A nice British/Canadian made 2nd Corps Canadian Artillery corps badge

A nice British/Canadian made 2nd Corps Canadian Artillery corps badge


This is a good example of a nice British/Canadian made 2nd Corps Canadian Artillery corps badge in black. It must be a fault by the manufacturer using black cloth instead of dark blue for its 2nd Corps badges. Ths badge is in a un-issued condition.  read more

Code: 50968

20.00 EUR

A superb - un-issued - Royal Ulster Rifles green on black embroided shoulder title

A superb - un-issued - Royal Ulster Rifles green on black embroided shoulder title

This is a neat example of a nicely and un-issued black on green shoulder title to the Royal Ulster Rifles. The regiment's history dates backs to the reign of King George III. In 1793 the British army expanded to meet the commitments of the war with the French First Republic. As part of that expansion it raised two new regiments of foot, the 83rd and the 86th. At the same time the counties Antri...  read more

Code: 50445

55.00 EUR

A attractive - and now days not so easy to find - plastic i.e bakelite The Border Regiment cap badge

A attractive - and now days not so easy to find - plastic i.e bakelite The Border Regiment cap badge

This is a perfect example of a nice plastic cap badge to The Border Regiment. The badge is in a good condition and is made by the well know firm of Stanly&Sons in Walsall. It has the number 1-A on the back. The badge is one of the few who are diffucult to find these days.  read more

Code: 50919

130.00 EUR

A superb - early post war - small group photograph dispicting a -unfortunately un-known - Company i.e Platoon of men belonging to a Parachute Regiment Battalion

A superb - early post war - small group photograph dispicting a -unfortunately un-known - Company i.e Platoon of men belonging to a Parachute Regiment Battalion

This is a attractive - and not seen before - small (measuring 21.4cm by 16.3cm) groups photograph dispicting a -unfortunately un-known - Company i.e Platoon of men belonging to a Parachute Regiment Battalion. The photograph is printed by the Newbury based company of Blandford on a matt glose paper.  read more

Code: 51979

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A original and - regrettably small 8.2cm by 5.7cm - period made group photograph taken at the Parachute training school Ringway

A original and - regrettably small 8.2cm by 5.7cm - period made group photograph taken at the Parachute training school Ringway

This is a great example of a original period made group photograph dispicting full kitted men prior to one of the many parachute training jumps at Ringway.  read more

Code: 51978

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A superb set of - British made, most likely by the Calico Printers - Canadian West Nova Scotia Regiment shoulder title and a Divisional patch

A superb set of - British made, most likely by the Calico Printers - Canadian West Nova Scotia Regiment shoulder title and a Divisional patch

This is a great set of - British made, most likely by the Calico Printers - Canadian West Nova Scotia Regiment shoulder title and a 1st Infantry Divisional patch. The regiment mobilized as The West Nova Scotia Regiment, CASF for active service on 1 September 1939. The unit then embarked for Great Britain on 21 December 1939. It was redesignated as the 1st Battalion, The West Nova Scotia Regimen...  read more

Code: 51977

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A attractive - and sought after unfortnatly missing its pin - BBC (British Broadcast Corporation) staff pocket badge (also worn by some of the British War Corrspondents during the 2nd World War)

A attractive - and sought after unfortnatly missing its pin - BBC (British Broadcast Corporation) staff pocket badge (also worn by some of the British War Corrspondents during the 2nd World War)

This is a perfect example of a attractive - and sought after - BBC (British Broadcast Corporation) staff pocket badge (also worn by some of the British War Corrspondents during the 2nd World War). This example is maker marked and was made by the Birmingham based company of N.W.Miller Ltd who had a shop at Branston Street. This example is in a overal nice and slightly used condition. A difficult...  read more

Code: 51976

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A attractive - '3D' type - Officers Seaforth Highlanders stag head cap i.e glengarry badge

A attractive - '3D' type - Officers Seaforth Highlanders stag head cap i.e glengarry badge

This is a superb - '3D' type - Officers Seaforth Highlanders stag head cap i.e glengarry badge. This example is made of chromed white metal and the detail on the stag’s head is very good.  read more

Code: 51975

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A superb - albeit regrettably single - typical British made (with a glue ie paste backing) Number 9 Commando shoulder title

A superb - albeit regrettably single - typical British made (with a glue ie paste backing) Number 9 Commando shoulder title

This a great example of a superb - albeit regrettably single - typical British made (with a glue ie paste backing) Number 9 Commando shoulder title. No. 9 Commando undertook its first raid on the nights of 22/23 November 1941 against Houlgate in France Operation Sunstar on the French coast at Houlgate. The raid was a success and they landed and evacuated without any loss. The next operation men...  read more

Code: 51974

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A superb - albeit regrettably single - British made Polish POLAND shoulder title

A superb - albeit regrettably single - British made Polish POLAND shoulder title

This is a good example of a un-issued white on red matching Poland shoulder title. Worn by Polish volunteers who had joined a Infantry, Commando or Parachute unit. Hard to upgrade.  read more

Code: 51973

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A attractive - British made - Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps shoulder title

A attractive - British made - Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps shoulder title

This is a perfect example of a attractive - British made - Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps shoulder title.  read more

Code: 51972

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A superb and issued standard British parachute qualification wing

A superb and issued standard British parachute qualification wing

They dont come better than this example of a standard British made mid war period parachute qualification wing. The parachute qualification wing was introduced in early 1941 for everyone who had passed the Parachute Training school located at Ringway near Manchester Airport. These wings came in different shapes and sizes. The parachute qualification wing was issued after the soldier had qualifi...  read more

Code: 51971

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A interesting - and not seen before - superb grouping of personal effacts (paper items and badges) to Lance Corporal Clarke Albert Lancaster, B.Company, 156th Parachute Battalion

A interesting - and not seen before - superb grouping of personal effacts (paper items and badges) to Lance Corporal Clarke Albert Lancaster, B.Company, 156th Parachute Battalion

This is a very interesting - and not seen before - superb grouping of personal effacts (paper items and badges) to Lance Corporal Clarke Albert Lancaster, B.Company, 156th Parachute Battalion. Clarke Albert Lancaster was born on the 16th July 1917 and came from Bingley in Yorkshire. Before enlisting he worked as a farm labourer. Enlisted into The Green Howards (Yorkshire Regiment) on the26th Ap...  read more

Code: 51970

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A superb - British made - small French Free Forces (France Libre) enamelled lapel i.e pocket badge

A superb - British made - small French Free Forces (France Libre) enamelled lapel i.e pocket badge

This is a attractive - and not so often seen - British made - small French Free Forces (France Libre) enamelled lapel i.e pocket badge. The badge has on the revesre a Regd. No. 83830 with a small chip to the blue enemal on the front. There for the badge is priced
accordingly.  read more

Code: 51968

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A attractive - not so often seen - British made Netherlands shoulder i.e arm title

A attractive - not so often seen - British made Netherlands shoulder i.e arm title

This is a perfect example of a attractive - not so often seen - British made Netherlands shoulder i.e arm title. These shoulder i.e arm titles were worn on both upper arms of the service i.e battle dress beneath the RAF (Royal Air Force) albatros patch. Difficult to find these days.  read more

Code: 51967

85.00 EUR

A nice and attractive - mid war period with a period glue i.e paste backing - red on yellow embroided Royal Armoured Corps shoulder title

A nice and attractive - mid war period with a period glue i.e paste backing - red on yellow embroided Royal Armoured Corps shoulder title

This is a neat example of a attractive nice - mid war period - red on yellow embroided Royal Armoured Corps shoulder title.The RAC was created on 4 April 1939, just before World War II started, by combining regiments from the cavalry of the line which had mechanised with the Royal Tank Corps (renamed Royal Tank Regiment). As the war went on and other regular cavalry and Territorial Army Yeomanr...  read more

Code: 51966

20.00 EUR

A superb - albeit regrettably single - early white on black embroided commando shoulder title

A superb - albeit regrettably single - early white on black embroided commando shoulder title

This is a great example of a superb - albeit regrettably single - early white on black embroided commando shoulder title (BoBD 2051). Worn in the early stage of forming the Commando units before the use of the numbered shoulder titles. According to Jon Mills these white on black Commando titles were worn by the French commando's until joining No.10 Commando. A nice commando title in a un-issued...  read more

Code: 51965

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A superb (period made) portrait picture postcard size measuring - 9.5cm by 14.5cm - of a (regrettably) un-known proudly looking Polish żołnierz (soldier) beloning to a Polish Infantry unit

A superb (period made) portrait picture postcard size measuring - 9.5cm by 14.5cm - of a (regrettably) un-known proudly looking Polish żołnierz (soldier) beloning to a Polish Infantry unit

This is a neat example of a postcard size (9.5cm by 14.5cm) portrait photograph of a - regrettably - un-known Polish żołnierz (Soldier) beloning to a Polish Infantry unit. Deside the POLAND shoulder title he is wearing a small metal (most likely enemal) Polish flag on his left breast pocket. On the back there is some writing in Polish I presume.  read more

Code: 51964

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A attractive - from uniform removed - printed RCofS (Royal Corps of Signals) shoulder title

A attractive - from uniform removed - printed RCofS (Royal Corps of Signals) shoulder title

This a perfect example of a issued printed Royal Corps of Signals shoulder title. The Royal Corps of Signals (often simply known as the Royal Signals - abbreviated to R SIGNALS) is one of the combat support arms of the British Army. Signals units are among the first into action, providing the battlefield communications and information systems essential to all operations. Royal Signals units pro...  read more

Code: 51963

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A - superb - and neatly made Belgium national flag made out of a piece of medal ribbon, as intended to wear by Belgium volunteers

A - superb - and neatly made Belgium national flag made out of a piece of medal ribbon, as intended to wear by Belgium volunteers

I was lucky to find a small Belgium made national flags as intended to wear by all ranks of the Belgium volunteers who were part of the Allied Army's in England during the war. Members of No 4 Troop, No 10 Commando (I.A.) wore these flags below the No.10 Commando shoulder title on there right shoulder. These Belgian flag's are difficult to find and are is a nice and un-issued condition.  read more

Code: 51962

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A great - albeit regrettably single - printed Reconnaissance shouder title

A great - albeit regrettably single - printed Reconnaissance shouder title

This is a attractive - albeit regrettably single - printed Reconnaissance shouder title. 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 in...  read more

Code: 51961

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A -superb- un-issued printed 79th Armoured Division formation badge

A -superb- un-issued printed 79th Armoured Division formation badge

This is a good example of a -superb- and un-issued printed formation sign to the 79th Armoured Division. The division was formed as a standard armoured formation, but in March 1943, it was about to be disbanded for lack of resources. Alan Brooke (Chief of the Imperial General Staff), however, foresaw the need for specialised armoured vehicles and offered its command to Major General Sir Percy H...  read more

Code: 51960

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A superb set of - fully matching - early embroided Commando shoulder titles

A superb set of - fully matching - early embroided Commando shoulder titles

This is a great example of a - fully matching - set of embroided Commando shoulder titles. Worn in the early stage of forming the Commando units before the use of the numbered shoulder titles. A nice set to add to any collection.  read more

Code: 51959

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A truly attractive - never seen before - pen & ink drawing of a British i.e Canadian WW1 Officer (Could it be a self portret ?) made by the Canadian cartoonist Donald McRitchie (1881-1948)

A truly attractive - never seen before - pen & ink drawing of a British i.e Canadian WW1 Officer (Could it be a self portret ?) made by the Canadian cartoonist Donald McRitchie (1881-1948)

This is a great example of a - never seen before - pen & ink drawing of a British i.e Canadian WW! Officer made by Canadian artist Donald McRitchie (1881-1948). Born at Englishtown, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia on 2 June 1881, son of Donald and Catherine McRitchie, he moved with his mother and sister to Glace Bay after the death of his father. After graduating from high school, he worked in the off...  read more

Code: 51958

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