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This is a neat example of a nicely issued Canadian made Canadian Armoured Corps shoulder title

This is a neat example of a nicely issued Canadian made Canadian Armoured Corps shoulder title


This is a perfect example of a nicely issued Canadian made Canadian Armoured Corps shoulder title.  read more

Code: 50412

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This is a neat example of a nicely un-issued and difficult to find printed Parachute Regiment shoulder title

This is a neat example of a nicely un-issued and difficult to find printed Parachute Regiment shoulder title


This is a perfect example of a nicely used and issued printed shoulder title to the Parachute Regiment. These printed 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 with a minor little stain due to years of storage to the left upper corner. Difficult to find these days. Simply a nice example of ... read more

Code: 50405

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This is a perfect example of a British Middle East Commando shoulder title

This is a perfect example of a British Middle East Commando shoulder title


This is a perfect example of a British Middle East Commando shoulder title. Middle East Commando was a battalion sized British Commando unit of the British Army during the Second World War. The Commando was formed in the Middle East in October 1941 from L Detachment, Special Air Service, the remnants of Layforce (No.3 Troop) and No. 51 Middle East Commando and the Special Boat Section p... read more

Code: 50402

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A neat example of a difficult to find shoulder title to the Rough Riders.

A neat example of a difficult to find shoulder title to the Rough Riders.


This is e neat example of a single shoulder title to the Rough Riders. The Rough Riders started out as 283 Light Anti-Aircraft Battery (City of London Yeomanry) TA and became 1st Air-landing Anti-Aircraft Battery in 1942. What info I have is that 283rd Light Anti-Aircraft Battery RA joined 1st Airborne Division on 03.12.1942 and became 1st Airlanding Light Anti-Aircraft Battery RA till ... read more

Code: 50401

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This is a neat and scarce example of a British made US Pathfinder badge

This is a neat and scarce example of a British made US Pathfinder badge


This is a perfect and scarce example of a British made uncut and issued US Pathfinder badge. A division Pathfinder School, under Captain Frank Lillyman, was established in Nottingham, England before D-Day. The Pathfinder wing, which were worn on the lower left sleeve above any hash marks or overseas bars, were originally made in England. Any paratrooper who completed the training was el... read more

Code: 50400

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This is a perfect example of a American made enlisted man 2nd pattern Airborne/Glider garrison cap patch

This is a perfect example of a American made enlisted man 2nd pattern Airborne/Glider garrison cap patch


This is a neat example of a American made enlisted man Airborne/Glider garrison cap patch. In the spring of 1943, an Airborne cap patch combining the parachute and the glider was adopted. This was the first part of a process to remove the distinction between those who glided into combat and those who jumped into combat, designating both glidermen and jumpers as "Airborne." This one is i... read more

Code: 50394

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A nice and un-issued British made Canadian shoulder title to the 8th New Brunswick Hussards, 5th Armoured Regiment

A nice and un-issued British made Canadian shoulder title to the 8th New Brunswick Hussards, 5th Armoured Regiment


This is a perfect example of a British made shoulder title to a Canadian Regiment. The Second World War provided the regiment’s first opportunity for active service as a formed unit, initially as the 4th Canadian Motor Cycle Regiment and then as the 5th Armoured Regiment. The regiment landed in Italy on 19 December 1943 at Naples and saw action soon and frequently thereafter. The bloody... read more

Code: 50387

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A very nice and issued set of embroided taylor made 'Cherry' type Pegasus arm formation signs

A very nice and issued set of embroided taylor made 'Cherry' type Pegasus arm formation signs


This is a very nice and issued set of "Cherry' type Pegasus formation signs. These 'Cherry' type Pegasus signs and Airborne strips, introduced in the early days of Airborne Forces, were mostly taylor made en favorite by the Officers. This set is in a perfect and issued condtion. Hard to find these days. read more

Code: 50375

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A nice and un-issued set of 'serif' type lettering Royal Army Service Corps shoulder titles

A nice and un-issued set of 'serif' type lettering Royal Army Service Corps shoulder titles


This is a perfect un-issued and scarce set of Royal Army Service Corps shoulder titles with the 'serif' type lettering. The Royal Army Service Corps was a corps of the British Army. It was responsible for land, coastal and lake transport; air despatch; supply of food, water, fuel, and general domestic stores such as clothing, furniture and stationery administration of barracks; the Army... read more

Code: 50373

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Nicely un-issued embroided Airborne strip

Nicely un-issued embroided Airborne strip


This is e 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 one has a thick lettering and a sor... read more

Code: 50366

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