PRE WW2 3rd ROYAL TANK REGIMENT BADGE
A fine rare woven large 3rd Royal Tank Regiment badge. Size 110mm x 80mm
The Royal Tank Regiment (RTR) is the oldest tank unit in the world, being formed by the British Army in 1916 during the First World War. Today, it is the armoured regiment of the British Army's 12th Armoured Infantry Brigade. Formerly known as the Tank Corps and the Royal Tank Corps, it is part of the Royal... read more
WW1 BRITISH INTERRETERS SLEEVE BADGE.
A fine rare WW1 sleeve badge and backing Union flag, with four hook fixings to reverse. 55mm x 80mm
Looking at the construction it seems as though it could possibly be from the African Theatre of the First World War possibly campaigns in North Africa instigated by the German and Ottoman empires, local rebellions against European colonial rule and Allied campaigns against the Germ... read more
WW2 158th BRIGADE, 53rd WELSH INFANTRY DIVISION, 7th BATTALION ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS FORMATION SIGN COMBINATION
A fine rare printed with vertical bars formation sign, with heavy glue and fabric to reverse, this doesn't detract.
Reference Jon Mills Vol 1 item 965 page 172
& Imperial War Museum https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/30071806 read more
WW1 52nd LOWLAND DIVISION FORMATION SIGN
An excellent very rare service used formation sign to the Scottish 52nd (Lowland) Infantry Division.
First World War
Battle of Romani
First Battle of Gaza
Second Battle of Gaza
Third Battle of Gaza
The 52nd (Lowland) Infantry Division was an infantry division of the British Army that was originally formed as the Lowland Division... read more
WW1 NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE VTC SHOULDER TITLE
A fine rare w/m di struck shoulder title, with two w/m loops to reverse.
In July 1918 the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Volunteer Training Corps were renamed and became part of the 2nd Volunteer Battalion, The Northumberland Fusiliers.
Reference R A Westlake plate 49 item 768 . read more
WW2 RARE NO 5 FREE NORWEGIAN TROOP / 10th INTER ALLIED COMMANDO OFFICERS CAP BADGE
A fine very rare Officers Silver hallmarked 1942 Birmingham hallmarked die-cast crowned cypher of King Haakon VII within a voided oak wreath. JRG&S (JR Gaunt and Sons). Worn only 1942 to 45.
The No. 5 Norwegian Troop was formed in August 1942 under command Captain Rolv Hauge, the men of the troop came from refugees brought back to Britain after commando raids and sailors stranded... read more
SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT [PRINCE OF WALES OWN VOLUNTEERS] OFFICERS SILVER / GILT FIELD SERVICE CAP BADGE
An excellent Officers Field service / beret badge to the South Lancashire Regt, with two loops to reverse read more
WW2 RIFLE BRIGADE OFFICERS SILVER 1943 CAP BADGE
A fine heavy quality hallmarked silver die cast cap badge with two original silver loops to the reverse, with Birmingham hallmark [T] 1943 & maker's mark JRG &S. Battle honours include France and Flanders 1914 - 1918. 50 mm tall. read more
EXTREMELY RARE IRISH 1st BATTALION ULSTER RIFLES WW2 SILVER 'AIRBOURNE' OFFICERS BERET BADGE
You wont fined another as good.
An extremely rare mint example of an Irish. 1st Bn Royal Ulster Rifles WW2 heavy silver ‘Airborne’ Officer’s & WO’s beret badge. Fine die-cast crowned Maid of Erin Harp with “Royal Ulster Rifles” scroll across the centre, reverse impressed “Sterling Silver”. Two Loops, Part of 1st Airlanding Brigade 1941-1943 then 6th 1943-1945 under 6th Airborne D... read more