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GREYS Royal Scots Greys Other Rank's Brass Shoulder Title (small pattern)

Two original six sided hexagonal lugs to the reverse. Slight rippling to the metal, especially on the "G" otherwise bright finish and in good condition. Circa 4.1cm wide and 1cm tall. This smaller pattern was introduced in 1950, becoming gold anodised in 1960. Quite short-lived.

Westlake No 81 refers.

Code: 58975Price: 10.00 GBP


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WW2 Printed ROYAL ARMOURED CORPS ( RAC ) Cloth Shoulder Title

A single original and printed cloth shoulder title, red on yellow. Removed from uniform, some fraying to edges. Sadly one corner slightly trimmed, reflected in price. No returns on this item.

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Code: 58974Price: 15.00 GBP


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WW2 Green Howards (Yorkshire Regiment ) Printed White on Red Cloth Shoulder Title

Removed from uniform, backing coming away. Really worn and scruffy condition which is reflected in price. No returns on this item.

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Code: 58973Price: 14.00 GBP


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Early 8th Battalion Durham Light Infantry ( DLI ) Blazer Badge

Looking at the age of this I would date this to between the wars. Really nice to get a battalion number. The 8th Territorial Battalion had there HQ in Durham. Some ragging to the edges but a nicely woven white on black backing cloth badge.

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Code: 58972Price: 35.00 GBP


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WW1 original Postcard - Scottish Officers - Pipes at the Ready!

In good condition with a list of surnames in pencil on the reverse. Collar badges for three of them at least appear to be Royal Scots. The officer on the right has a felt triangle on his shoulder. The names on the back could be a list of battalion officers. Worthy of further research. A good image in good condition. Postally unused.

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Code: 58971Price: 15.00 GBP


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WW2 Porcelain Toggle fuse of German Stiel Hand Grenade Stick Bomb

Excavated condition ( label claims from Norway in 1988), inert, intact but a bit grubby/dirty. Circa 2cm across. Unusual.

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Code: 58970Price: 3.00 GBP


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Pro Boer Republic Transvaal / Orange Free State Art Postcard - Kruger & Joubert

Postally used, posted in 1899 from Zurich, Switzerland. Unable to translate message or address, but card is in excellent condition, especially as it has been posted. The Swiss stamp has some minor wear to top border. Scarce.

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Code: 58969Price: 45.00 GBP


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Boer Cover 21st May 1900 from Cape of Good Hope to POW in Green Point Camp

Envelope (no contents) from Beaufort West, C.G.H, ( Cape of Good Hope ) some 480km North East of Cape Town, to a Prisoner of War, M. Smuts, located in Tent 98 at the Green Point Track Camp. It has been censored and back stamped, G.P.O. Capetown 22 My 00. Slight tear to bottom right corner, otherwise in very good condition and very scarce.

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Code: 58968Price: 65.00 GBP


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Boer War POW Currency - Green Point Track Camp - 5 Shillings Paper Canteen Note

In uncirculated condition, orange brown ( bistre - brown) colour. For use in the prison camp canteen. Five Shillings Sterling.

Produced by the POW Camp Manager for use by Boers incarcerated at the Green Point Track (Cape Town racecourse today). They were only to be used for purchases in the prison canteen.

The 4 values were 1/-, 2/-, 5/- grey and 5/- bistre-brown (the latter offered for sale here). They had a blank reverse.

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Code: 58967Price: 85.00 GBP


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Boer War Prisoner of War ( POW ) Cover - Krugersdorp 6 Mar 1902, Portuguese interest?

This has been addressed to a camp in the Transvaal, but the language is not English but Portuguese and there appears to be reference to ' Lisboa ' ( Lisbon ) in the address. It has seen a lot of wear and is creased, torn and fragile. Probably intended for a captured Portuguese fighter on the Boer's side. Interesting over stamped ZAR stamps with E.R.I. for King Edward VII. Scarce.

The Portuguese Government were not supporters of the Boers as C R de Wet in Chapter 7 of his book reveals "This harbour ( Delagoa Bay ), then the only harbour in South Africa open to us, was subsequently forbidden us by the Portuguese Government, whose officials even went so far as to arrest eight hundred of our burghers (who, for want of horses, had taken refuge in Portuguese territory), and to send them to Portugal. Immediately after their arrival in the port of Lisbon the Boer internees were transported to the 6 internment camps in Portugal.

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Code: 58966Price: 45.00 GBP

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