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A difficult to find typical British made 17th Duke of York’s – Royal Canadian Hussars embroided shoulder title

A difficult to find typical British made 17th Duke of York’s – Royal Canadian Hussars embroided shoulder title

A good example of a typical British made 17th Duke of York’s – Royal Canadian Hussars embroided shoulder title. In 1939 upon the outbreak of World War II the Canadian Government proceeded to mobilise Active Militia units as such or to call upon them to furnish special components of the Canadian Army. The 17th Duke of York’s Royal Canadian Hussars paid off their horses (the last Canadian cavalry... read more

Code: 51545

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A nice mid i.e late war time period British made Canadian North Nova Scotia Highlanders embroided shoulder title

A nice mid i.e late war time period British made Canadian North Nova Scotia Highlanders embroided shoulder title

This ia a great example of a nice mid i.e late war time period British made Canadian North Nova Scotia Highlanders embroided shoulder title. Founded in 1936 as The North Nova Scotia Highlanders (M.G.) by the amalgamation of the Cumberland Highlanders. The regiment landed on Juno beach on D-Day, assigned to 9th Canadian Infantry Brigade, 3rd Canadian Infantry Division. After D-Day the Regiment h... read more

Code: 51541

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A nice un-issued typical British made glue i.e paste backing Canadian RCASC (Royal Canadian Army Service Corps) embroided shoulder title

A nice un-issued typical British made glue i.e paste backing Canadian RCASC (Royal Canadian Army Service Corps) embroided shoulder title


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

Code: 51540

10.00 EUR

A nice Officers 'silver' Border Regiment cap badge

A nice Officers 'silver' Border Regiment cap badge

This is perfect example of a nice and beautiful so called 2 piece Officers 'silver' made Border Regiment cap badge. Unfortunately this example isn't hallmarkt but I'am certain this example is made of silver. It is beautiful made with lots of detail to the cross and the center piece showing the Chinees dragon is made of white en red enamel. This example is in a good condition with some minor fad... read more

Code: 51535

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A typical embroided British made Canadian shoulder title to the P.P.C.L.I. (Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry)

A typical embroided British made Canadian shoulder title to the P.P.C.L.I. (Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry)

This is a good example of a typical embroided British made Canadian shoulder title to the P.P.C.L.I. (Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry). On July 10, 1943, the PPCLI, forming part of the 1st Canadian Infantry Division and the British Eighth Army, landed in Sicily during Operation Husky. In May 1944 the PPCLI took part in the offensive against the Hitler Line, west of Monte Cassino, du... read more

Code: 51533

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A nice British made Canadian matching set of shoulder title to the Toronto Scottish

A nice British made Canadian matching set of shoulder title to the Toronto Scottish

This is a perfect example of a British made, glue i.e paste backing matching set shoulder titles to the CanadianToronto Scottish. This unit was part of the 2nd Infantry Division and are well known for their actions in Normandy and Holland. During the Second World War, the regiment mobilized a machine gun battalion for the 1st Canadian Division. Following a reorganization early in 1940, the batt... read more

Code: 51532

55.00 EUR

A typical British made Canadian shoulder title to the British Columbia Regiment

A typical British made Canadian shoulder title to the British Columbia Regiment

This is a neat rexample of a typical British made Canadian shoulder title to the British Columbia Regiment. The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught's Own Rifles) was called out at 4:15 a.m. on August 26, 1939, two weeks prior to the official declaration of war by the Canadian governor general. The British Columbia Regiment trained in Canada until January 1942, when it was announced tha... read more

Code: 51528

35.00 EUR

A nicely issued pre 1953 RAF (Royal Air Force) AM (Air Ministry) Air Crew Type B Special Ration tin

A nicely issued pre 1953 RAF (Royal Air Force) AM (Air Ministry) Air Crew Type B Special Ration tin

This is a good example of a issued pre 1953 RAF (Royal Air Force) AM (Air Ministry) Air Crew Type B Special Ration tin. Issued to air crew as an ‘in flight treat’, which in its day would have carried boiled sweats and chewing gum etc. Tin with minor scratching and surface abrasing….content sadly long gone. read more

Code: 51526

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A nice British made embroided Canadian Provost Corps shoulder title

A nice British made embroided Canadian Provost Corps shoulder title

This is a neat example of a nice wartime British made embroided Canadian Provost Corps shoulder title. In mid June 1940, the Canadian Provost Corps was officially born out of 1 Provost Company. For most of 1940, 1 Provost Company was stationed in England, but was involved in the battles during the fall of France. The Canadian Provost Corps Training Centre operated from November 1942 to May 1946... read more

Code: 51525

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A nice un-issued and embroided British made Canadian Governor General's Footguards shoulder title

A nice un-issued and embroided British made Canadian Governor General's Footguards shoulder title

This is a neat example of a nice un-issued British made embroided Canadian Governor General's Footguards shoulder title. The Governor General's Foot Guards originated in Ottawa, Ontario, on 7 June 1872 as the 1st Battalion Governor General's Foot Guards. Details from the regiment were called out on service on 26 August 1939 and then placed on active service on 1 September 1939 for local protect... read more

Code: 51523

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