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49th. Infantry Division. WW II early pattern printed example of the white polar bear on an ice-berg on a black background backed with a piece of khaki material. Composed mainly of Yorkshire Units the 49th. Division spent the early part of WW II in Iceland. Before joining 21st.Army Group for the invasion of Europe the design of the bear changed to the "Head-up " pattern.
77th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of King Arthur's sword " Excalibur " rising from the water on a black background, above a dark green " Rifle Regiment " arm of service strip still affixed to a section of battledress material. The 77th. Division was mostly made up from Battalions of Regiments from the West Country.
49th. Infantry Division.White metal formation sign with screw back fitting with original nut and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose. Officially replaced by the " Polar Bear " sign,but still seen worn in WW II.
Code: 22121Price: 35.00 GBP
Royal Corps of Signals.Printed example of the white number "7" and a pair of wings within a triangle on a dark blue backing. Worn by number 7 squadron Air Formation Signals.
1st. Anti-Aircraft Corps. WW II embroidered example of the red eagle pierced by an arrow on a blue background. 1st. A.A. Corps was composed of the 1st,5th.,6th.,8th., and 9th., A.A.Divisions and with 10 and 11 Groups of the R.A.F. covered the Southern part of England. [ Erroneously photographed with tape to reverse which has now been removed]
Code: 22106Price: 85.00 GBP
Canadian Corps of Military Staff Clerks.WW II embroidered example of the yellow " C.M.S.C. " on the maroon rectangle of the 5th.Canadian Armoured Division.
Code: 22101Price: 35.00 GBP
British Reinforcement Centre - India.WW II printed example of the formation sign worn at the Reinforcement Training Centre in India. The British Bulldog and the Star of India on a red background.
Code: 22093Price: 55.00 GBP
Southern Command - Infantry. WW II printed example of the four white stars on a red shield worn by Infantry Units in Southern Command.
Code: 22084Price: 20.00 GBP
78th. Infantry Division / Lancashire Fusiliers. Scarce WW II combination consisting of the yellow on black printed battle-axe of 78th. Infantry Division above the white on red embroidered fused grenade of the Lancashire Fusiliers. Both still affixed to a section of pale tropical k.d. material with hanging loops to each end to fit to the shoulder strap. This Division fought in North-Africa,Sicily and Italy.
1st. Polish Armoured Division.WW II embroidered example of the black and orange representation of the early Polish cavalry helmet that has been highlighted with silver wire on a khaki backing. As part of 21st.Army Group this Division fought in North-West Europe.
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