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Canadian Military Headquarters.
WW II printed example of the yellow maple leaf on a black background within a yellow circle. Worn by Canadian Forces in England who came under command of Canadian Military Headquarters.

Code: 23662Price: 35.00 GBP


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231st. Independent Infantry Brigade.
WW II embroidered example of the white maltese cross on a red shield shaped backing. Originally part of the Malta Garrison during the siege the 231st. then took part in the landings in Sicily and then at the Pizzo beaches in Italy. In June 1944 the Brigade made its third assault landing on the Normandy Beaches.

Code: 23654Price:


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Royal Artillery.
Printed example of the white gate on a green background above the waves of the sea. Worn by 101 Coast Brigade Royal Artillery.

Code: 23645Price: 48.00 GBP


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Sind District - Indian Army.
Scarce WW II embroidered example of the white native sailing craft on a maroon backing with " Hooks and Eyes " to the reverse.

Code: 23637Price:


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Durham Light Infantry.
Scarce WW II printed example of the red crowned bugle horn on a dark green backing D.L.I. Battalion Formation Sign.

Code: 23631Price:


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Royal Artillery.
Printed unissued example of the white skull of a ram on a red background. [ Stores Collection]

Code: 23627Price: 20.00 GBP


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Royal Artillery.
Scarce WW II embroidered example of the blue and green cornflower on a circular khaki backing. Worn by 58th. Searchlight Regiment Royal Artillery.

Code: 23622Price:


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Commando Brigade.
Embroidered example of the red dagger on a black background. [ Glue to the reverse removed from old album ]

Code: 23616Price:


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59th. Infantry Division [ Staffordshire ]
WW II embroidered example of the blue rectangle featuring a red pit-head winding gear on a black " slag-heap " . Composed of mainly Staffordshire Territorial units and originally part of the Home Forces in June of 1944 the 59th became part of the 21st. Army Group for the Normandy Landings. [ Small hole to left side caused by stitching when pulled from the uniform ]

Code: 23612Price:


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49th. Infantry Division.
White metal formation sign with original back-plate screw-bolt fitting and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose. Officially replaced by the " Polar-Bear " but still seem worn into WW II .

Code: 23607Price: 35.00 GBP

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