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3rd. Infantry Division.WW II printed un-issued example of the red inverted triangle within a black triangle. A Regular Army Division the 3rd. landed with the first Assault Troops on the Normandy beaches on the 6th.June 1944.
Code: 21786Price: 25.00 GBP
Royal Armoured Corps.King's crown embroidered example of the cap-badge style "formation sign " worn by the R.A.C. Design as the cap badge in yellow on a khaki shaped backing.
22nd. Beach Brigade.WW II printed example of the black and white penguin on a khaki oil-cloth backing. Worn by the first troops ashore with the objective of securing the beach-head for the incoming landing forces.
Code: 21763Price: 120.00 GBP
Combined Operations.WW II printed example of the red anchor "Tommy-Gun " and RAF eagle representing the three services,on a circular black background. Worn by Commandos and other specially trained units.
Code: 21748Price: 65.00 GBP
74th. [Yeomanry ] Division.Scarce WW I embroidered white on black formation sign, a "Broken Spur". Chosen to represent the fact that the Division was made up from dis-mounted Yeomanry Units,who fought in Palestine and on the Western Front.
Code: 21736Price: 175.00 GBP
Royal Artillery.Embroidered example of the golden yellow eagle on a red and blue diamond. Worn by 646 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery.
Code: 21715Price: 45.00 GBP
2nd. Infantry Division.WW II silver bullion wire embroidered example of the "Crossed keys " on a black backing. This was a pre-war Regular Army Division and after training in India joined 14th. Army for the rest of the war in the fierce jungle fighting in Burma. [Paper spots glued to reverse.]
Code: 21703Price: 35.00 GBP
Royal Artillery.WW II printed example of the green blue and red rectangle worn by 566 Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery. [Glue spots to the reverse,removed from old album]
Royal Artillery.Scarce WW II embroidered small sized golden yellow maple leaf on a red backing. Worn by 142 Field Regiment Royal Artillery. Awarded to the Regiment by the Canadian Corps Commander in recognition of the support given in Sicily and at Cassino the right to display the Maple Leaf.
India Command-Supreme Headquarters.Scarce WW II printed example of the tri-coloured shield representing the services bearing the Arms of the Royal Indian Navy,the Army and the Royal Air Force. [Slight staining to right side]
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