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Nicely printed schoulder title to the Duke of Wellington's Regiment

Nicely printed schoulder title to the Duke of Wellington's Regiment

This is a good example of a nicely used and removed from uniform condition printed schoulder title to the Duke of Wellington's Regiment. During the 2nd World War battalions of the Regiment took part in the campaigns of Dunkirk, North West Europe, North Africa, Italy and Burma. read more

Code: 51729

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A nice little British made soldiers guide to France with three notes of invasion currency

A nice little British made soldiers guide to France with three notes of invasion currency

This small 64-page booklet measures 10.5 x 13.5 cm. Its blue and white cover features a picture of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris and the single word title ‘France’. On first glance it appears to be a tourist guide, but the booklet was in fact produced by the PWE for Allied service personnel deployed to France following the D-Day landings of June 1944.

The PWE’s primary function wa... read more

Code: 51728

55.00 EUR

Out of print book : Unarmed Action ! a handbook for the Home Guard by Micky Wood

Out of print book : Unarmed Action ! a handbook for the Home Guard by Micky Wood

This is a nice example of a 1942 dated booklet called Unarmed Action ! a handbook for the Home Guard by Micky Wood. Originally costing 2 shillings the handbook is written by Micky Wood, British Light-weight Wrestling Champion, with a forward by Col P E Colman DSO, MC, Officer Commanding "X" Zone Home Guard. The handbook has 63 pages, 4 charts and 29 photographs. It is divided into eight section... read more

Code: 51727

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A nice British made embroided shoulder title to the Canadian Royal 22e Regiment

A nice British made embroided shoulder title to the Canadian Royal 22e Regiment

The Royal 22e Régiment was placed on active service on 1 September 1939 as the Royal 22e Régiment, CASF, embarked for Great Britain on 9 December 1939. The regiment landed in Sicily on 10 July 1943 and in Italy on 3 September 1943 as part of 3rd Brigade, 1st Canadian Infantry Division. On 16 March 1945, the regiment moved with the I Canadian Corps as part of Operation Goldflake to North-West Eu... read more

Code: 51726

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A nice British made embroided Canadian Provost Corps shoulder title

A nice British made embroided Canadian Provost Corps shoulder title

This is a neat example of a nice wartime British made embroided Canadian Provost Corps shoulder title. In mid June 1940, the Canadian Provost Corps was officially born out of 1 Provost Company. For most of 1940, 1 Provost Company was stationed in England, but was involved in the battles during the fall of France. The Canadian Provost Corps Training Centre operated from November 1942 to May 1946... read more

Code: 51725

40.00 EUR

A nice and difficult to find plastic cap badge to the Royal Ulster Rifles

A nice and difficult to find plastic cap badge to the Royal Ulster Rifles

This is a neat example of a plastic cap badge to the Royal Ulster Rifles. When war was declared the 1st Battalion was serving in India, with 31 Infantry Brigade Group, which was trained in mountain warfare. When the brigade returned to the United Kingdom, it was decided that, with its light scale of equipment, the brigade could be converted into a glider-borne unit. Renamed 1st Airlanding Briga... read more

Code: 51723

165.00 EUR

A very nice example of a un-issued and unfortunately single embroided Canadian made Pegasus arm formation sign

A very nice example of a un-issued and unfortunately single embroided Canadian made Pegasus arm formation sign

They don't come better as this un-issued embroided Pegasus Airborne Division formation signs. 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 perfect issued unfortunately single example is in a good and issued condition. Hard to upgrate and they are getting harder to get now. read more

Code: 51724

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A nice little war time British made Free French supporters badge

A nice little war time British made Free French supporters badge

A good example of a small size British made Free French supporters badge i.e pin. This small diamond shaped gilt brass enamel example bearing the Cross of Lorraine and France Libre. The reverse is impressed with a registration number No.83830, a registered design and patent of 1939. The small badge is in a good condtion with a minor restoration to its pin. read more

Code: 51722

30.00 EUR

A nice mid war period and un-issued standard British parachute qualification wing

A nice mid war period and un-issued standard British parachute qualification wing

They dont come better than this mint 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 qu... read more

Code: 51721

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A neat example of a difficult to find mid war period curved Airborne shoulder title

A neat example of a difficult to find mid war period curved Airborne shoulder title

This is a good example of a uncommon curved Airborne shoulder title. These curved Airborne shoulder title were introduced at the beginning of the formation of Airborne Forces and were mainly worn by the units until they were issued with there own shoulder titles. Trough out the war these curved Airborne titles were mainly worn by officers who were not attached to a specific unit. This title is ... read more

Code: 51720

85.00 EUR