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A nice example of a British made Canadian The Lincoln and Welland Regiment embroided shoulder title

A nice example of a British made Canadian The Lincoln and Welland Regiment embroided shoulder title

A nice example of a British made Canadian The Lincoln and Welland Regiment embroided shoulder title. The Lincoln and Welland Regiment originated in St. Catharines, Ontario on 18 March 1863 as The 19th Battalion Volunteer Militia (Infantry), Canada. It was redesignated as the 19th "Lincoln Battalion of Infantry" on 28 September 1866; as the 19th St. Catharines Battalion of Infantry on 1 October ... read more

Code: 51514

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A nice Dutch made late war i.e early post war so calles 'Brabant weave' Prinses Irene cloth shoulder title

A nice Dutch made late war i.e early post war so calles 'Brabant weave' Prinses Irene cloth shoulder title

This is a perfect example of a Dutch made late war i.e early post war so called 'Brabant weave' Prinses Irene cloth shoulder title. This Dutch production (Brabant weave) was worn on the battle dress on the upper arm. The shoulder title was determined on 22 December 1941 (the British made one) and expired in early 1947.
During the Second World War, the Royal Netherlands Motorized Infantr... read more

Code: 51506

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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

This is a neat - albeit regrettably single - No 46 Royal Marine Commando unit shoulder title in 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 Brigade in September 1943 with 41 ... read more

Code: 51502

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A nice example of a British made Canadian The Lincoln and Welland Regiment embroided shoulder title

A nice example of a British made Canadian The Lincoln and Welland Regiment embroided shoulder title

A nice example of a British made Canadian The Lincoln and Welland Regiment embroided shoulder title. The Lincoln and Welland Regiment originated in St. Catharines, Ontario on 18 March 1863 as The 19th Battalion Volunteer Militia (Infantry), Canada. It was redesignated as the 19th "Lincoln Battalion of Infantry" on 28 September 1866; as the 19th St. Catharines Battalion of Infantry on 1 October ... read more

Code: 51501

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A nice un-issued typical British made South Saskatchewan Regiment, 2nd Division shoulder title

A nice un-issued typical British made South Saskatchewan Regiment, 2nd Division shoulder title

This is a good example of a un-issued Canadian made South Saskatchewan Regiment, 2nd Division shoulder title. The South Saskatchewan Regiment landed on Normandy’s Juno beach on D-day, June 6, 1944. After putting up fierce resistance for two months in Normandy, German forces fell back to defensive positions on their own frontier and in the Low Countries. The Canadians were assigned the job of cl... read more

Code: 51500

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A perfect matching and rare set of with bullion embroided British War Correspondent shoulder titles i.e slip-ons

A perfect matching and rare set of with bullion embroided British War Correspondent shoulder titles i.e slip-ons

This a perfect example of rare and sought after set of embroided British War Correspondent shoulder titles i.e shoulder slip-on. A war correspondent is a journalist who covers stories firsthand from a war zone. They were also called special correspondents in the 19th century. Their jobs require war correspondents to deliberately go to the most conflict-ridden parts of the world. Once there they... read more

Code: 51499

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A unusual original British 'press-release' photograph depicting early British parachute troops in training

A unusual original British 'press-release' photograph depicting early British parachute troops in training

This is a nice and original 'press-release' photograph depicting early British parachute troops in training . This, unfortunately undated example could be used by one of the newspapers based in England or America. The photograph still retains its original (machine-typed) press information page glued to back. This large-sized picture - it measures 19.2 x 24.1 cms - is neatly printed in a black a... read more

Code: 51494

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A nice British made embroided Three Rivers Regiment Canadian shoulder title

A nice British made embroided Three Rivers Regiment Canadian shoulder title

This is a text book example of a British made, most likely hand embroided Three Rivers Regiment Canadian shoulder title. The regiment mobilized as The Three Rivers Regiment (Tank), CASF, for active service on 1 September 1939. It was redesignated as The Three Rivers Regiment (Tank), CAC, CASF, on 13 August 1940. It was converted to armour on 23 November 1940, and to an army tank battalion on 11... read more

Code: 51492

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A nice and unissued set of British made embroided Canadian Princess Louise Fusiliers shoulder titles

A nice and unissued set of British made embroided Canadian Princess Louise Fusiliers shoulder titles

This is neat example of nice and unissued set British made embroided Canadian Princess Louise Fusiliers, 5th Canadian Armoured Division, shoulder titles. As an officially constituted unit of Canada, The Princess Louise Fusiliers were authorized in 1867. During the unit's history, it has undergone several name changes. The onset of World War II saw more action for the Fusiliers, when they were s... read more

Code: 51491

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A unusual and difficult to find original early Airborne Forces 'press-release' photograph dispicting young trainees, probably from X-Troop waiting for a training jump

A unusual and difficult to find original early Airborne Forces 'press-release' photograph dispicting young trainees, probably from X-Troop waiting for a training jump

This is a neat example of a unusual and difficult to find original early Airborne Forces 'press-release' photograph dispicting young trainees waiting for a training jump. This medium-sized picture - it measures 20.7 x 25.3 cms - is neatly printed in a black and white on a semy glossy paper. This example has a early release date of 15 May 1941. A difficult to find press photographs these days. read more

Code: 51490

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