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WW2 HOME GUARD CAMBRIDGESHIRE FORMATION SHOULDER TITLE

WW2 HOME GUARD CAMBRIDGESHIRE FORMATION SHOULDER TITLE

A fine Cambridgeshire unit 1st Battalion.

Code: 54745

42.00 GBP


WW2 POLAND POLISH OFFICERS SHOULDER TITLE.

WW2 POLAND POLISH OFFICERS SHOULDER TITLE.

A fine Italian made Officers bullion shoulder title.
Reference (Jon Mills BoBD 2754) Vol 1 page 534

Code: 54744

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WW1 8th 15th CANADA CANADIAN MACHINE GUN COMPANIES CORPS OFFICERS CAP BADGE.

WW1 8th 15th CANADA CANADIAN MACHINE GUN COMPANIES CORPS OFFICERS CAP BADGE.

A fine scarce mint 1915 Officers bronze cap badge, with three loops fixings and maker plate JR Gaunt to reverse.

Absorbed by the 3rd Canaidan Machine Gun Battalion in 1917.

Reference Military Badges of the British Empire 1914-18 item 837 Reginald H.W. Cox

Code: 54724

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WW2 46th INFANTRY DIVISION FORMATION SIGN.

WW2 46th INFANTRY DIVISION FORMATION SIGN.

A fine printed formation sign.

Code: 54737

17.00 GBP


WW2 SCOTTISH COMMAND FORMATION SIGN

WW2 SCOTTISH COMMAND FORMATION SIGN

A fine woven formation sign.

Code: 54735

17.00 GBP


WW2 CYRENAICA DISTRICT FORMATION SIGN.

WW2 CYRENAICA DISTRICT FORMATION SIGN.

A fine printed formation sign

Code: 54739

27.00 GBP


WW2 HOME GUARD NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE LONGTON

WW2 HOME GUARD NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE LONGTON

Printed cloth shoulder title.

Code: 54740

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WW1 23RD BATTALION, ROYAL FUSILIERS (1ST SPORTSMEN'S)SHOULDER TITLE

WW1 23RD BATTALION, ROYAL FUSILIERS (1ST SPORTSMEN'S)SHOULDER TITLE

A rare all brass one piece with numeral '1' above curved title 'SPORTMANS' with 'RF' below. Pair of lugs to reverse.
The Battalion was raised in London by Mrs E Cunliffe-Owen on 25 September 1914. Recruits joined up at the 'Hotel Cecil' in the Strand, London. The battalion served with 99th Brigade in 33rd Division. The brigade was transferred to 2nd Division on 25 November 1915. This shoulder title is one of two known types worn by the battalion.

Reference ; RA Westlake CMST plate 51 item 799

https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/30076843

Code: 54742

125.00 GBP


WW2 73rd INDEPENDENT INFANTRY BRIGADE FORMATION SIGN

WW2 73rd INDEPENDENT INFANTRY BRIGADE FORMATION SIGN

Printed example.

A black shield (edged in gold) bearing fifteen gold bezants (small circles) superimposed on a vertically positioned white sword with gold hilt, point down, all on a blue ground.

The design was that of the arms of the Duchy of Cornwall, the sword representing Excalibur to mark the traditional association of King Arthur with the West Country. Divisional HQ was formed 28 February 1941 from personnel of HQ South West Area or Southern Command. Re-designated 77th Infantry Division 1 December 1941. The badge was adopted by the 73rd Independent Infantry Brigade (qv) when the County Division was redesignated 77th Infantry Division on 1 December 1941. (77th Division also had Excalibur in its badge
Reference ; https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/30072501

Code: 54736

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WW2 53rd WELSH DIVISION FORMATION SIGN

WW2 53rd WELSH DIVISION FORMATION SIGN

A fine printed formation sign, unused.

Code: 54738

27.00 GBP