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A nice issued early (split feather) i.e. mid war period standard British parachute qualification wing

A nice issued early (split feather) i.e. mid war period standard British parachute qualification wing


This a fine 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 qualified for them ... read more

Code: 51622

75.00 EUR

A nice orginal just post war portrait photograph of Lieutenant James Peter Ambrose, Officer in the 2nd Indian Airborne Division

A nice orginal just post war portrait photograph of Lieutenant James Peter Ambrose, Officer in the 2nd Indian Airborne Division


This is a nice and orginal period made white and black portrait photograph of Lieutenant Peter Ambrose. He served as a officer in the 15th Parachute Battalion which was part of the 2nd Indian Airborne Division. He proudly wears his altert Battle Dress blouse with local made insignia. This small-sized picture - it measures 8.7 cms x 14.0 cms - is neatly printed in a black and white on a ... read more

Code: 51621

90.00 EUR

A nice orginal un-issued printed Wessec Divisional sign

A nice orginal un-issued printed Wessec Divisional sign

This is a good example of a printed Wessex Divisional sign. The 43rd (Wessex) Infantry Division was an infantry division of Britain's Territorial Army (TA). The division was first formed in 1908, as the Wessex Division. During the First World War, it was broken-up and never served as a complete formation. It was reformed in the TA in 1920, and then served in the campaign in North West Europe fr... read more

Code: 51620

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A nice issued and late war period standard British parachute qualification wing

A nice issued and late war period standard British parachute qualification wing

This a fine example of a standard British made late 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 qualified for them after 8... read more

Code: 51619

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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: 51618

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A perfect standard wartime capbadge to the Parachute Regiment

A perfect standard wartime capbadge to the Parachute Regiment

This is a neat example of standard wartime Parachute Regiment beret badge. Heavy quality white metal and in a almost un-issued condition. Has never been cleaned. read more

Code: 51617

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A nice condition Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry white on red shoulder title

A nice condition Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry white on red shoulder title

This is a nicely and un-issued shoulder title to the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. The 2nd Battalion is famous for their actions during the coup-de-main at Pegasus Bridge in Normandy in June 1944 during Operation Overlord aka D-Day. The title is in a good un-issued condition and more of the sought after units. read more

Code: 51616

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A very nice example of a issued and unfortunately single printed Pegasus arm formation sign

A very nice example of a issued and unfortunately single printed Pegasus arm formation sign

This is a nice example of a issued and removed from uniform Pegasus arm formation sign. 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: 51615

75.00 EUR

A good and nicely used mid war period British Parachute qualification wing

A good and nicely used mid war period British Parachute qualification wing

This a fine 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 all different shapes and sizes. The Parachute qualification wing was issued after the soldier had qualified for them afte... read more

Code: 51614

70.00 EUR

A good and difficult to find 2nd editon March'44 dated 'Zones of France' silk escape map, SOE and Airborne related

A good and difficult to find 2nd editon March'44 dated 'Zones of France' silk escape map, SOE and Airborne related

This is a neat example of a scare to find silk escape map covering France. The scale is 1:2,000,00 and is a second edition and was produced in March 1944. These maps were worn by most of the men landing on D-Day including the British and American Airborne Forces and were also issued to members of the SOE who were dropped in occupied France. The map is in a nice and slightly used condition. A ni... read more

Code: 51613

Reserved