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A small and sought after BBC (British Broadcast Corporation) staff pocket badge also worn by some of the British War Corrspondents during the 2nd World War

A small and sought after BBC (British Broadcast Corporation) staff pocket badge also worn by some of the British War Corrspondents during the 2nd World War

This is a good example of a small and sought after BBC (British Broadcast Corporation) staff pocket badge that was also worn by some of the British War Corrspondents during the 2nd World War. This example is maker marked and was made by the Birmingham based company of N.W.Miller Ltd who had a shop at Branston Street. This example is in a overal nice and slightly used condition. A difficult badg... read more

Code: 51588

70.00 EUR

A good World War One German so called M15 Felt Grau 23rd Infantry Division shoulder piece

A good World War One German so called M15 Felt Grau 23rd Infantry Division shoulder piece

This is a perfect example of a nice World War One German so called M15 Felt Grau 23rd Infantry Division shoulder piece. The 1st Division No. 23 was officially formed on April 1, 1867. On mobilization for World War I in August 1914 it again became the 1st Infantry Division No. 23, although it was for convenience referred to outside Saxony as the 23rd Infantry Division or the 23rd (1st Royal Saxo... read more

Code: 51585

75.00 EUR

A nice un-issued typical British made Canadian RCOC (Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps) embroided shoulder patch

A nice un-issued typical British made Canadian RCOC (Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps) embroided shoulder patch

This is a good example of a un-issued typical British made Canadian RCOC(Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps) embroided shoulder patch with a typical glue i.e paste backing. read more

Code: 51581

10.00 EUR

A nice un-issued typical British made Canadian RCASC (Royal Canadian Army Service Corps) embroided shoulder patch

A nice un-issued typical British made Canadian RCASC (Royal Canadian Army Service Corps) embroided shoulder patch

This is a good example of a un-issued typical British made Canadian RCASC (Royal Canadian Army Service Corps) embroided shoulder patch. read more

Code: 51580

30.00 EUR

A British made Royal Canadian Engineers printed shoulder title

A British made Royal Canadian Engineers printed shoulder title

This is a good example of a British made Royal Canadian Engineers printed shoulder title. The Corps of Royal Canadian Engineers expanded dramatically in size to support Canada's war effort. On August 31, 1939, the Permanent Force engineers included 50 officers (with 14 seconded to other branches of the Canadian Army) and 323 other ranks; the maximum size of the Corps was reached in 1944, when i... read more

Code: 51578

20.00 EUR

A good condition mid war period No.5 Commando embroided shoulder title

A good condition mid war period No.5 Commando embroided shoulder title

This is a neat example of a mid war period shoulder title to No.5 Commando. No. 5 Commando was a battalion-sized commando unit of the British Army during the Second World War. 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 ... read more

Code: 51573

30.00 EUR

A matching set of two British army Officers pips on a dark green backing

A matching set of two British army Officers pips on a dark green backing

This is a good set of two matching British army Officers pips on a dark green backing worn by Officers serving with the Intelligence Corps or the Reconnaissance Corps. read more

Code: 51572

5.00 EUR

A nice and difficult to find late '30s early '40s standard issued dark green enamel 1 pint mug

A nice and difficult to find late '30s early '40s standard issued dark green enamel 1 pint mug

This example is one of the difficult to find pieces of standard British equipment. The enamel mug was issued to all British troops is now days difficult to find. This compromises the dark greenish enamel cup. Post War dark red enamel cup was issued which you do come across time to time. This example is not dated which is not unusual for these '30s and '40s mugs. In a overall nice issued conditi... read more

Code: 51570

SOLD

A nice un-issued glue i.e pasting backing A.C.C. (Army Catering Corps) embroided shoulder title

A nice un-issued glue i.e pasting backing A.C.C. (Army Catering Corps) embroided shoulder title

This is a neat example of a nice un-issued glue i.e pasting backing A.C.C. (Army Catering Corps) embroided shoulder title. The formation of the Army Catering Corps took part in March 1941 and was a part of the Royal Army Service Corps. The Army Catering Corps then became an independent corps in 1965. The example is in a perfect un-issued condition. read more

Code: 51564

8.00 EUR

A neat example of a British/Canadian made Officers Canadian 2nd Divisional shoulder patch

A neat example of a British/Canadian made Officers Canadian 2nd Divisional shoulder patch

This is a perfect example of a British/Canadian made officers Canadian 2nd Division patch. After following a period of reconstruction and retraining from 1942–1944, the division joined II Canadian Corps as part of the Second British Army for the Allied Invasion of Normandy. 2nd Division saw significant action from 20 July – 21 August in the battles for Caen and Falaise. Joining the newly activa... read more

Code: 51562

45.00 EUR