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Royal Tank Regiment.
WW II battledress shoulder strap still bearing the metal " RTR " title and the scarce red over light blue designation tape for the 5th. Royal Tank Regiment.

Code: 23282Price:


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14th. Army.
WW II silver bullion wire embroidered example of the roman numerals " XIV " pierced by a sword on a red and black shield trimmed with silver bullion wire. The exploits of 14th. Army are legendary,fighting in the Far- East in some of the worst conditions and terrains of the war.

Code: 23275Price:


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Sussex Yeomanry.
Rare embroidered formation sign worn by the Sussex Yeomanry. A white " Broken Spur " on a yellow and black padded diamond shaped backing.

Code: 23272Price:


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14th. Polish Armoured Brigade.
WW II embroidered example of the black panther on a yellow arched background. Worn by the 14th Wielkopolska Armoured Brigade in Italy during the final stages of the war.

Code: 23266Price: 75.00 GBP


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The Welch Regiment.
WW II printed example of the red saucepan on a khaki background worn by the 4th. Battalion The Welch Regiment.

Code: 23262Price: 65.00 GBP


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Royal Army Pay Corps.
One printed and one embroidered example of the five blue stars on a yellow shield worn by Royal Army Pay Corps units in Southern Command.

Code: 23255Price: 30.00 GBP


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Devonshire Regiment.
Scarce WW II printed example of the red sword and bowl on a dark green background. Worn by the 4th. Battalion Devonshire Regiment.

Code: 23250Price:


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London District.
Printed unissued example of the yellow mural crown pierced by a red sword on a blue background. [ Stores Collection ]

Code: 23243Price: 15.00 GBP


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Combined Operations.
Embroidered " Paste-back " example of the red emblems representing the three services on a black " Tombstone " shaped backing. Worn by Commandos and other specially trained units.

Code: 23239Price: 45.00 GBP


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Royal Car Company.
Scarce silk woven formation sign intended to be worn by the Royal Army Service Corps and Australian Royal Army Service Corps drivers for the visit of King George VI in 1952. The crown in red and yellow above the title scroll on a Royal Blue backing. [ Due to the King's ill health Princess Elizabeth went in his place, but on reaching Kenya the tour ended with the King's death ]

Code: 23232Price: 65.00 GBP

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