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Nice and scarce pair of British made Belgium Special Air Service shoulder titles

Nice and scarce pair of British made Belgium Special Air Service shoulder titles

This is a nicely and scarce set of British made Belgium Special Air Service shoulder titles. A Belgian Independent Parachute Company was officially installed at Malvern Wells (Worcestershire) on the 8th of May 1942 by Mr Henri Rolin, Belgian under-Secretary of Defence. The newly formed Company continued to train as an Independent Parachute Company making extensive use of the many schools and tr... read more

Code: 51712

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Out of print book : 1st edition With the Red Devils at Arnhem: Personal Experiences with the 1st Polish Parachute Brigade 1944 by Marek Swiecicki

Out of print book : 1st edition With the Red Devils at Arnhem: Personal Experiences with the 1st Polish Parachute Brigade 1944 by Marek Swiecicki

The 1st Polish Parachute Brigade played both an important and controversial role at Arnhem. The author, a Pole himself, was attached to the Brigade, saw action at Arnhem and managed to escape capture and return to Allied lines. He penned his account within weeks of returning, and as a result With the Red Devils at Arnhem has a tremendous freshness and appeal sometimes lacking in material writte... read more

Code: 51738

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A good example of a British made Canadian First Hussars embroided shoulder title

A good example of a British made Canadian First Hussars embroided shoulder title

This is a typical example of a British made Canadian First Hussars embroided shoulder title. The Canadian Armoured Corps (CAC) was raised in August 1940 and the 1st Hussars found themselves organised within it. In spring of 1941, 1st Hussars, now the 6th Canadian Armoured Regiment (1st Hussars) (6 CAR), became part of the 1st Canadian Armoured Brigade, which departed to England in October 1941.... read more

Code: 51737

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A nice and not so often seen North African i.e local made early Parachute Regiment shoulder title

A nice and not so often seen North African i.e local made early Parachute Regiment shoulder title

This is a neat example of a very nice and not so often seen local made probably North African Parachute Regiment shoulder title. These embroided shoulder titles were introduced half way trough 1943. The title has a dark blue lettering on pale blue backing and is in a nicely condition. Difficult to find these days. Simply a nice example of a shought after shoulder title. read more

Code: 51736

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A nice set of seven (5 large and 2 small) Kings crown Parachute Regiment Officers service dress C.Pitt & Co. Ltd marked buttons

A nice set of seven (5 large and 2 small) Kings crown Parachute Regiment Officers service dress C.Pitt & Co. Ltd marked buttons

This is a nice set of never seen before of seven (5 large and 2 small) Parachute Regiment Officers service dress C.Pitt & Co. Ltd marked buttons. The buttons measures 2.4cm for the large ones and 1.7cm for the two small ones. One of the large buttons is marked with a different maker Buttond limited Birmingham and one of the small ones is unmarked. A good set to add to your Parachute Regiment co... read more

Code: 51735

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A nice and issued early/mid war period left facing printed standard issued Airborne 'Pegasus' Divisional formation sign

A nice and issued early/mid war period left facing printed standard issued Airborne 'Pegasus' Divisional formation sign

This is a neat example of a early/mid war period left facing printed standard issued Pegasus badge. First introduced in 1942 and designed by Major E.Seago based on the Greek saga of the winged horse Pegasus and his rider Bellerophon. This example is in a perfect and nicely issued condition. These Pegasus signs are harder to find these days. read more

Code: 51734

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A Second War XXX Corps Commemorative Medal

A Second War XXX Corps Commemorative Medal

A Second War XXX Corps Commemorative Medal - Bronze-coloured wash on metal, obverse illustrating the rampant boar insignia of the XXX Corps, with the Headquarters 1st Army Group (later Headquarters British Army of the Rhine) insignia above, the 1st Canadian Armoured Brigade insignia to the left of the boar and the British Army of the Rhine insignia to the right of the boar, inscribed "XXX CORPS... read more

Code: 51733

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A nice probably British made melton wol based 4th Canadian (Armoured) Division arm patch

A nice probably British made melton wol based 4th Canadian (Armoured) Division arm patch

This is a good example of a probably British made melton wol based 4th Canadian (Armoured) Division arm patch. The 4th Canadian (Armoured) Division was created during World War II by the conversion of the 4th Canadian Infantry Division at the beginning of 1942 in Canada. The division proceeded overseas in 1942, with its two main convoys reaching the United Kingdom in August and October.
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Code: 51732

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A nice un-issued red on black Commando shoulder title

A nice un-issued red on black Commando shoulder title

This is a nice example of a red on black Commando shoulder title introduced early 1943 and worn in the early stage of formation of the Commando units before the use of the numbered shoulder titles. This title is in perfect and un-issued condition. read more

Code: 51731

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A nice late war i.e early post war most likely British made Belgium parachute qualification wing

A nice late war i.e early post war most likely British made Belgium parachute qualification wing

This is a good example of a late war i.e early post war most likely British made Belgium parachute qualification wing. This early example is based on the British World War Two parachute qualification wing design. Later on the Belgiums were going to use a diffent style of wing with a different colour. A nice and early example of a Belguim parachute qualification wing. Difficult to find. read more

Code: 51730

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