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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: 51633

120.00 EUR

A good example of a early un-issued No.5 Commando shoulder title

A good example of a early un-issued No.5 Commando shoulder title

This is a neat example of a early numbered un-issued No.5 Commando shoulder title. Formed in July 1940, the unit took part in a couple of small-scale raids in France in 1941 and contributed some personnel to Operation Chariot before taking part in the landings on Madagascar in 1942. In late 1943 it was sent to India with the rest of the 3rd Special Service Brigade and subsequently took part in ... read more

Code: 51632

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A difficult to find plastic (bakelite) The Border Regiment cap badge

A difficult to find plastic (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 1st Battalion The Border Regiment is famous for their action's during the Battle of Arnhem in September 1944. read more

Code: 51631

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A unusual and difficult to find original 'press-release' photograph depicting two Free French Commando members welcomed by three local residents of Amfreville

A unusual and difficult to find original 'press-release' photograph depicting two Free French Commando members welcomed by three local residents of Amfreville


This is a unusual and difficult to find original war time 'press-release' photograph depicting two Free French Commando members, most certainly members of No.4 Commando who are being welcomed back by three local residents of Amfreville just north of Ranville. The French commando private is wearing a '37 Pattern Battle Dress blouse and trousers with embroided France (large type) shoulder... read more

Code: 51630

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A neat not so often seen unissued Far East local made No.44 Commando shoulder title

A neat not so often seen unissued Far East local made No.44 Commando shoulder title


This is a perfect example of a not so often seen unissued Far East i.e local made No.44 Commando shoulder title. No.44 (Royal Marine) Commando was raised in August 1943, from the 3rd Royal Marine Battalion under command of Lieutenant Colonel F C Horton. It served in the Far East with the 3rd Special Service Brigade. It took part in the Burma Campaign and was located in the Arakan during... read more

Code: 51629

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A good example of a nice issued 3 Commando shoulder title

A good example of a nice issued 3 Commando shoulder title


This is a perfect example of a nicely issued early 3 Commando shoulder title. Formed in July 1940 from volunteers for special service, it was the first such unit to carry the title of "Commando". Shortly afterwards the unit was involved in a largely unsuccessful raid upon the German-occupied Channel Island of Guernsey. In 1941 they were involved in successful raids on the Lofoten Island... read more

Code: 51628

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A nicely un-issued so called 'block type' lettering France national shoulder title

A nicely un-issued so called 'block type' lettering France national shoulder title

This is a perfect example of a British made France national shoulder title as worn by members of the Free France forces. This title, with a white on khaki so called 'block type' lettering is in a overal nice issued condition. Difficult to find. read more

Code: 51626

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

A very nice example of a un-issued and unfortunately single embroided 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 un-issued unfortunately single example is in a good condition. Hard to upgrate and they are getting harder to get now. read more

Code: 51625

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A good and early war time period so called 'cherry type' embroided serif type lettering Parachute shoulder title

A good and early war time period so called 'cherry type' embroided serif type lettering Parachute shoulder title

This is a good example of a good mid war period embroided serif type lettering Parachute shoulder title. Introduced at the end of 1943 to replace the then worn Airborne shoulder title by the Parachute Regiment. This type was replaced by the well known dark bleu on light bleu Parachute Regiment shoulder title. This example is in a fine condition except from a small moth nip above the letter H. T... read more

Code: 51624

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A nice British Royal Corps of Signals printed shoulder title

A nice British Royal Corps of Signals printed shoulder title


This is a good example of a printed shoulder titel to the Royal Corps of Signals. The title is in a nice and removed from uniform condition. These title are getting harder to find these days. This example is missing its black backing and is priced accordingly. read more

Code: 51623

30.00 EUR