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A nice single right facing printed Airborne 'Pegasus' Division shoulder formation sign

A nice single right facing printed Airborne 'Pegasus' Division shoulder formation sign

This is a neat example of a -albeit regrettably single - right facing Airborne 'Pegasus' Division 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 example is in a perfect issued condition and these patches are harder to find these days. read more

Code: 51612

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A neat set of un-issued embroided Airborne 'Pegasus' Division shoulder formation signs

A neat set of un-issued embroided Airborne 'Pegasus' Division shoulder formation signs

They don't come better as this nicely un-issued pair of matching embroided Pegasus Airborne Division formation signs, they are getting harder to get now. 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 matching set is in a good and un-issued condition. Hard to upgrate. read more

Code: 51611

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A neat example of a nice un-issued embroided not so often seen type Parachute Regiment shoulder title

A neat example of a nice un-issued embroided not so often seen type Parachute Regiment shoulder title

This is a perfect example of a nicely un-issued embroided not so often type shoulder title to the Parachute Regiment. 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 this shought after shoulder title! read more

Code: 51610

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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: 51609

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A nice little embroided - albeit regrettably single - No.46 Royal Marines Commando shoulder number/title

A nice little embroided - albeit regrettably single - No.46 Royal Marines Commando shoulder number/title

I was lucky enough last week to find three - albeit regrettably single - No 46 Royal Marine Commando unit shoulder titles in a good condition. The unit numbers are woven red detail on dark blue and have a hessian gauze backing. 46 Royal Marine Commando was formed at Dorchester in August 1943 with personnel from 9 Royal Marine Infantry Battalion. The Commando was assigned to 4 Special Service Br... read more

Code: 51608

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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: 51607

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A nicely issued British made embroided Airborne strip

A nicely issued British made embroided Airborne strip

This is a perfect example of a embroided Airborne arms-of-service strip aka a 'Airborne balkje'. These strips were introduced at the end of 1942 and were in use by a mix of Parachute and Glider trained soldiers of the 1st, 6th and the Canadian Airborne Troops till the end of 1944. There is a variation of types and makers of these Airborne strips. This example has a fine lettering and has the we... read more

Code: 51606

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A nice right facing British made printed Combined Operations formation badge

A nice right facing British made printed Combined Operations formation badge

This is a good example of a printed Combined Operations formation badge facing left. The phrase "combined operations" was first introduced by the British War Office in World War II to denote multi-service activities, those that involved air, land or naval forces acting together, and coordinated by the Combined Operations Headquarters. The printed badge is in a good condition. read more

Code: 51605

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A nice difficult to find un-official 2nd type 1st Battalion, The Border Regiment Airborne shoulder title

A nice difficult to find un-official 2nd type 1st Battalion, The Border Regiment Airborne shoulder title

This is a neat example of a rare and un-offical so called 2nd type shoulder title to the 1st Battalion The Border Regiment. The Battalion is famous for their action's during the Battle of Arnhem in September 1944. "The coloured Border cloth shoulder title was taken into wear by the 1st Battalion in 1942. The colours of yellow and green were the facing colours of the 34th and 55th Foot Regiments... read more

Code: 51604

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A nice matching set of white on red embroidered South Stafford shoulder titles

A nice matching set of white on red embroidered South Stafford shoulder titles

This is a good example of a very nice and matching pair of shoulder titles to the South Staffordshire Regiment. Introduced half way through the war with its typical British 'glue backing'. The Battalion was in September 1939 stationed in India before returning to the UK in July 1940. In 1941 they were selected to convert to an Airlanding unit in the newly forming 1st Airlanding Brigade and star... read more

Code: 51603

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