click for more images
A fine dark blue side hat with red piping, and no visible moth. Staybright / Anodised cap badge and buttons.
No maker or date.
A fine Or`s dark blue cap with buff piping to peak and crown.
No visible moth or maker. Brass cap badge and three brass general service buttons.
A fine E11R Anodised cap badge and two matching buttons. A dark blue cap, peak and flap. A light blue crown with light blue piping. Flap also has light blue piping. No visible moth or maker.
A fine cap with a couple of very small moth nips that have been sewn and a couple of cap badge holes from other badge use. No visible date or manufacture.
It was first introduced under "Army Council Instruction 1407" of September 1943. This cap was designed to replace the "Field Service cap" or "FS Cap" that had been worn since the outbreak of war.
A fine black WW2 pattern glengarry bonnet is a traditional Scots cap made of thick-milled woollen material, decorated with a toorie on top, frequently a rosette cockade on the left side, and ribbons hanging behind. No badge. Fair condition for age, no visible moth.
A fine E11R REME field service cap, a red cap with dark blue flap, peak and crown. Flap and crown have yellow piping. Anodised cap badge and two matching buttons.
One very very tiny pin mark near cap badge. other than that no visible moth and no maker.
A fine E11R bullion badge General Staff black beret.
No visible moth, date or maker.
A fine Khaki beret with no moth and maker Grand`Mere Knitting Company Limited Beret size 71/8 and dated 1945.
A fine WW2 period black field service cap with yellow/gold piping to flap, yellow/gold crown. Bi metal cap badge and two brass general service buttons.
No visible moth and no maker.
A fine dark green Torin with a black crown, woven cap badge. No moth or maker.
website designed and maintained by Concept500