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A nice British made Royal Corps of Signals embroided shoulder title

A nice British made Royal Corps of Signals embroided shoulder title

This is a perfect example of a nice embroided shoulder titel to the Royal Corps of Signals. The title is in a nice un-issued condition. These titles are getting harder to find these days.

Code: 51543

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A late war British made 14 RCAR (Calgary Regiment) Royal Canadian Armoured Regiment shoulder patch

A late war British made 14 RCAR (Calgary Regiment) Royal Canadian Armoured Regiment shoulder patch

This is a perfect example of a typical late war British made shoulder patch to the 14 RCAR (Royal Canadian Armoured Regiment). The Calgarry Regiment was formed into the 14RCAR when they were posted to Northern Europe and they are well known for there cations at Dieppe and the rest of Europe. This patch is in a nice condition beside a minot moth nip on the left side.

Code: 51542

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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 had fought al over Europe including in Zeeland, Holland and Germany. The shoulder title is in a good condition with a minor moth nip just above the S.

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.

Code: 51540

10.00 EUR


A nice un-issued misspelled British made Canadian Carlton & York Regiment embroided shoulder title

A nice un-issued misspelled British made Canadian Carlton & York Regiment embroided shoulder title

This is a neat example of a un-issued misspelled British made Canadian Carlton & York Regiment embroided shoulder title. The Carleton and York Regiment mobilized on 1 September 1939. It embarked for Britain on 9 December 1939. Lt.-Col. Ganong took it to England and had the distinction of heading the first Canadian battalion to set foot on English soil. After three and a half years, it participated in the invasion of Sicily in July-August, 1943, after landing in Sicily on 10 July 1943. In 3 September 1943, the Regiment participated in the invasion of the Italian mainland, as an assault battalion in the leading brigade, as part of the 3rd Infantry Brigade, 1st Canadian Infantry Division, fighting as part of the British 8th Army. From December 1943, until March 1945, the Carleton and York Regiment was engaged in a serious of intense and costly battles, including Ortona, the Gothic Line, and the Liri Valley. On 16 March 1945, it moved to North-West Europe as part of Operation Goldflake, where it fought until the end of the war. The overseas battalion was disbanded on 30 September 1945 This example is in a un-issued condition but has some moth damage and is priced accordingly.

Code: 51539

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A nice example of a typical British made The Royal Regiment of Canada shoulder title

A nice example of a typical British made The Royal Regiment of Canada shoulder title

This is a neat example of a wartime British made shoulder title to the Royal Regiment of Canada. The regiment mobilized The Royal Regiment of Canada, CASF, for active service on 1 September 1939. It embarked for garrison duty in Iceland with "Z" Force on 10 June 1940, and on 31 October 1940 it was transferred to Great Britain. It was redesignated the 1st Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Canada, CASF, on 7 November 1940. The battalion took part in the raid on Dieppe on 19 August 1942. It landed again in France on 7 July 1944, as part of the 4th Infantry Brigade, 2nd Canadian Infantry Division, and continued to fight in North-West Europe until the end of the war. The overseas battalion was disbanded on 31 December 1945. This example is in a perfect and un-issued condition.

Code: 51538

20.00 EUR


A good embroided 79th Armoured Division shoulder patch

A good embroided 79th Armoured Division shoulder patch


This is a perfect example of a 79th Armoured Division shoulder patch. The division was formed as a standard armoured formation serving in the UK under Northern Command in August 1942. Initially the division included infantry, artillery and engineers. The division landed in France in June 1944. The division was further used during the Battle for Brest, the battle for the Scheldt estuary (Operation Infatuate), the battle for the Roer Triangle (Operation Blackcock), the Rhine crossings (Operation Plunder) and the Elbe crossing. The 79th Armoured Division was disbanded on 20 August 1945.

Code: 51537

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A nice issued and mid war period standard British parachute qualification wing

A nice issued and mid war period standard British parachute qualification wing

This a fine example of a standard British made mid war period parachute qualification wing. The parachute qualification wing was introduced in early 1941 for everyone who had passed the Parachute Training school located at Ringway near Manchester Airport. These wings came in different shapes and sizes. The parachute qualification wing was issued after the soldier had qualified for them after 8 jumps. 2 from a balloon and 6 from a aircraft. This wing is in a nicely un-issued condition.

Code: 51536

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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 fading to the enamel. A nice badge of heavy quality and one of the nices I have had for a long time.

Code: 51535

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A nice embroided early war time Highland Division trimmed shoulder patch

A nice embroided early war time Highland Division trimmed shoulder patch

This is a good example of a embroided early war time Highland Division trimmed shoulder patch.

Code: 51534

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