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A nicely probably local made British Parachute qualification wing

A nicely probably local made British Parachute qualification wing

This ia a good example of a nicely probably local made British Parachute qualification wing. Probably made in North Africa when some of the Parachute Battalions were raised. This type of wing is also to be find in the book about the 10th Parachute Battalion called Desert Rise - Arnhem Descent on page 256 (see photo). It has also a pink like colour to the back. This example is in a nice un-issue... read more

Code: 51488

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Out of print book : Clandestine Parachute pick-up Operations Vol1 by Jean-Louis Perquin

Out of print book : Clandestine Parachute pick-up Operations Vol1 by Jean-Louis Perquin

I was lucky to find a example of this out of print book called Clandestine Parachute pick-up Operations Vol1 by Jean-Louis Perquin published in 2012 by the French Histoire & Collections company. It is a illustrated guide parachute insertions and pick-up operations of SOE agents 1940-1944. Illustrated with b/w photograph and colour photographs of original specialist clothing and equipment and it... read more

Code: 51486

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A good British/Canadian made green on black embroided Lorne Scots shoulder title

A good British/Canadian made green on black embroided Lorne Scots shoulder title

This is a neat example of a nice un-issued embroided British/Canadian made Lorne Scots shoulder title. The Lorne Scots was one of the first regiments to be mobilized in the Second World War but never served as a cohesive regiment. Instead, members of the Regiment were organized into defence platoons and attached to various brigade, division and army headquarters. Members of The Lorne Scots serv... read more

Code: 51485

35.00 EUR

A good British made embroided glue i.e paste backing red on black Canada shoulder title ... Combined Operation/Navy ??

A good British made embroided glue i.e paste backing red on black Canada shoulder title ... Combined Operation/Navy ??

This is a good example of a British made embroided glue i.e paste backing red on black Canada shoulder title. Not exactly known by wich units these titles were worn but maybe Combined Operation/Commando or Navy. This example is in a perfect and un-issued condition.  read more

Code: 51484

15.00 EUR

A nice maker marked and issued all metal Kings (Liverpool) Regiment 1927-50 period cap badge

A nice maker marked and issued all metal Kings (Liverpool) Regiment 1927-50 period cap badge

This ia a good example of a nice maker marked and issued all metal Kings Liverpool Regiment (King's) 1927-50 period cap badge. The King's Regiment (Liverpool) was one of the oldest line infantry regiments of the British Army, having been formed in 1685 and numbered as the 8th (The King's) Regiment of Foot in 1751. Unlike most British Army infantry regiments, which were associated with a county,... read more

Code: 51483

12.00 EUR

A neat example a nicely issued British made (khaki backing) printed i.e canvas Canadian Armoured Corps shoulder title

A neat example a nicely issued British made (khaki backing) printed i.e canvas Canadian Armoured Corps shoulder title

This is a neat example of a issued British printed i.e canvas made Canadian Armoured Corps shoulder title. Originally formed as the Canadian Cavalry Corps in 1910, they were then designated as the Canadian Tank Corps during the First World War. The modern Canadian Armoured Corps was created on 13 August 1940 with Major-General (then Colonel) F. F. Worthington as its first colonel-commandant. Th... read more

Code: 51482

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A George the V second type Military Provost Staff Corps cap badge

A George the V second type Military Provost Staff Corps cap badge

This is a good example of a George the V second type Military Provost Staff Corps cap badge. The Military Prison Staff Corps was formed in 1901 under Army Order 241. It was redesignated the Military Provost Staff Corps in 1906. As the Military Provost Staff it became part of the Adjutant General's Corps (AGC) on 6 April 1992, forming the Provost Branch along with the Royal Military Police. It r... read more

Code: 51479

15.00 EUR

A nice silver (not marked) early war time ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) Official numbered (10662) badge i.e insignia

A nice silver (not marked) early war time ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) Official numbered (10662) badge i.e insignia

This is a sweet little example of a nice silver (regrettably not marked) early war time ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) Official numbered (10662) badge i.e insignia. Due to lack of official uniforms in the early days these little ATS badges were offical issued to its members. They were issued in a little wax paper bag (not present) printed with the same service number. This example is in a ... read more

Code: 51480

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A limited SIGNED edition of a new 'Arnhem' book by John Howes and Ruud Kreling 'The Two Lieutenants' about the murders of Lt.Raymond Bussell and Lt.Michael Cambier

A limited SIGNED edition of a new 'Arnhem' book by John Howes and Ruud Kreling 'The Two Lieutenants' about the murders of Lt.Raymond Bussell and Lt.Michael Cambier

I was lucky to get three copys of a new so called 'Arnhem' book with the title 'The Two Lieutenants' written by John Howes and Ruud Kreling about the murders of Raymond Bussell and Michael Cambier.

This new book tells you the detailed investigation into the murders of Lieutenant Raymond Bussell, 3rd Battalion, Parachute Regiment, and Michael Cambier, 156 Battalion, Parachute Reg... read more

Code: 51478

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A good embroided British/Canadian made Canadian Postal Corps shoulder title

A good embroided British/Canadian made Canadian Postal Corps shoulder title

This is a nice embroided British/Canadian made Canadian Postal Corps shoulder title. Established 3 May 1911 as The Canadian Postal Corps; redesignated The Royal Canadian Postal Corps on 20 June 1961; disbanded some time after the unification of The Canadian Forces. read more

Code: 51477

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