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A good example of a empty US TNT ½ Pound High Explosive Charge

A good example of a empty US TNT ½ Pound High Explosive Charge

This is a neat example of a empty US TNT ½ Pound High Explosive Charge as used by the Corps of Engineers U.S.A. These TNT packages were ment to be used for front line demolition only. Please note this is only an empty carton package. Decorative original example in good condition! read more

Code: 51561

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A nice  Oxf.&Bucks. (Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry) white on red shoulder title

A nice Oxf.&Bucks. (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: 51557

45.00 EUR

A nice un-issued printed white on red Dorset Regiment shoulder title

A nice un-issued printed white on red Dorset Regiment shoulder title

This is a neat example of a single shoulder title to the Dorset Regiment. In the Second World War, eight hostilities-only battalions were raised. The 1st Battalion was part of 231st Infantry Brigade for the duration of the war, fighting in Malta, Sicily, and Italy. It landed on Gold Beach on D-Day and fought with the Brigade in the Battle of Normandy and North-West Europe. The 2nd Battalion was... read more

Code: 51556

30.00 EUR

A nice Canadian made Le Régiment de Maisonneuve cap i.e beret badge

A nice Canadian made Le Régiment de Maisonneuve cap i.e beret badge

This is a good example of a nice Canadian made Le Régiment de Maisonneuve cap i.e beret badge. The regiment mobilized Le Régiment de Maisonneuve, CASF, on 1 September 1939. It embarked for Great Britain on 24 August 1940. It was redesignated as the 1st Battalion, Le Régiment de Maisonneuve, CASF, on 7 November 1940. 17 On 7 July 1944, the battalion landed in France as part of the 5th Infantry B... read more

Code: 51554

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A nice matching set of '40 or '50 Corporal ranks stripes

A nice matching set of '40 or '50 Corporal ranks stripes

This is a perfect matching set of '40 or '50 British i.e Canadian army Corporal ranks stripes. Ideal to spice up your orginal of re-enactment Battle Dress blouse. read more

Code: 51553

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A nice white on red embroided A.P.T.C (Army Physical Training Corps)

A nice white on red embroided A.P.T.C (Army Physical Training Corps)

This is a good example of a white on red embroided A.P.T.C (Army Physical Training Corps) shoulder title. read more

Code: 51551

25.00 EUR

A neat example of a good mid war period set of No.5 Commando embroided shoulder titles

A neat example of a good mid war period set of No.5 Commando embroided shoulder titles

This is a neat example of a set of mid war period shoulder titles 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... read more

Code: 51550

70.00 EUR

A nice and un-issued British made First Allied Airborne Army formation patch

A nice and un-issued British made First Allied Airborne Army formation patch

This is an good example of a nice and un-issued British made First Allied Airborne Army formation patch. The First Allied Airborne Army was an Allied formation formed on 2 August 1944 by the order of General Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Supreme Allied Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force. The formation was part of the Allied Expeditionary Force and controlled all Allied airborne forces in W... read more

Code: 51549

75.00 EUR

A full matching set of British made RAF (Royal Air Force) FRANCE shoulder titles worn by French volunteer officers

A full matching set of British made RAF (Royal Air Force) FRANCE shoulder titles worn by French volunteer officers

This is a good example of a hard to find full matching set of British made RAF (Royal Air Force) FRANCE shoulder titles worn by French volunteer officers who served in one of the Squadrons formed by the France volunteers in the UK during the war. These titles are in a perfect and un-issued condition. read more

Code: 51548

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A nice and unissued British made embroided Canadian The Perth Regiment shoulder title

A nice and unissued British made embroided Canadian The Perth Regiment shoulder title

This is good example of nice and unissued British made embroided Canadian The Perth Regiment, 5th Canadian Armoured Division, shoulder title. The Perth’s tasking since 1936 had been that of a Corps Machine Gun Battalion, The Perth Regiment (MG), and for the first 18 months of the war the unit trained in this capacity. On March 4, 1941 the Perth's were then notified they would become part of the... read more

Code: 51547

40.00 EUR