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Bosleys Colour Postal Military Badge Auction Catalogue (No 77) 25th January 2017
In good condition with no pen marks, tears or annotations. The odd small crease to card covers. These catalogues are essential reference in their own right. Missing its prices realised sheet, but you can still see the prices realised on the company's website (correct as at 23 Nov 2018) for this auction at:
As ever, 648 lots, 56pp.
Bosleys Colour Postal Military Badge Auction Catalogue (No 76) 18th May 2016 with prices realised sheet
In good condition with no pen marks, tears or annotations. The odd small crease to card covers. Separate insert of "Prices Realised" included for each of the 648 lots, 56pp. These catalogues are essential reference in their own right.
Bosleys Colour Postal Military Badge Auction Catalogue (No 75) 9th December 2015 with prices realised sheet
In good overall condition, but it has ink annotations throughout of prices realised and some other written comments, plus the odd small crease to card covers. Separate insert of "Prices Realised" included for each of the 648 lots, 56pp. These catalogues are essential reference in their own right.
Buying and Selling Wartime Collectables - An Enthusiasts Guide to Militaria Book by Ward & Ingram (2007)
Large format Hard back book with dust jacket. Indexed, 128 pp. Only fault is a page fold on last page. In almost new condition, good enough to give as a present. £20 new.
Will post to UK address only.
Code: 59135Price: 10.00 GBP
American Military Insignia (WW2) Book by Willian Fowler (1989)
Large format, hard back book with dust cover. Tear to top edge of dust cover (see photo). In second hand condition, dust cover a bit grubby. Indexed, 80pp, contents in good clean condition with no tears, repairs or annotations. A useful guide for the beginner.
Will post to UK address only.
Code: 59134Price: 10.00 GBP
Bosleys Colour Postal Auction Catalogue (No 75) 9th December 2015 with prices realised sheet
In good condition with no pen marks, tears or annotations. The odd small crease to card covers. With complete sales achieved hammer price for each of the 648 lots, 56pp. These catalogues are essential reference in their own right.
British Army Cloth Insignia 1940 to Present (1985) - Brian L Davis
Hard back with dust cover, used and abused but no damage, tears or annotations. Whilst the price list is laughably out of date, the scarcity coding contained within it is still quite helpful. A good introductory volume to British Army cloth collecting from formation signs, shoulder titles to proficiency badges. Profusely illustrated in black and white.
Code: 59088Price: 8.00 GBP
Allied Special Forces Insignia 1939 - 1945 - Peter Taylor
Hardback with dust cover, in excellent condition with no damage, annotations or tears. 220pages. Well illustrated, some gaffs, but on the whole a useful reference.
Code: 59087Price: 10.00 GBP
WW2 Royal Navy Submarine Losses including Submariners Book of Rememberance
A specialist publication, A4 sized with card covers and 48pp. Details included on names and nature of all submarines lost and the names of their crews. Published by John Atkinson in 2004. In very good second hand condition, no marks tears or damage.
Code: 58372Price: 12.00 GBP
The Fifth Fusiliers and Its Badges - Fantastic New 2nd Edition by Col Denis Wood
"The Fifth Fusiliers" is an updated and enlarged version of the first edition published in 1988. This edition is also divided into two parts. The first part describes the origins and composition of the Regiment from its raising in Holland in 1674 until it was absorbed into the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers on St George's Day, 23rd April, 1968. As well as covering the regular Battalions and the Depot, this part gives details of the Regiment's other components, the militia, volunteer, territorial and war raised units. It also lists the Regiment's Battle Honours.
The second and largest part of the book describes the badges and various items of insignia known or thought to have been worn in the Regiment. These comprise some 750 pieces of which 550 are illustrated, mostly at full size and in colour, including items from the Imperial War Museum, and from the Regimental Museum in Alnwick.
With a Foreword by Field Marshal Sir John Chapple, this is the most comprehensive coverage of the insignia of the Northumberland Fusiliers. It will serve as an example for other Regiments to follow.
PRICE is £95 including P & P in the UK. Available direct from the author. Tel +44 (0)20 72268866, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
( ISBN 978-0-9513285-2-1 )
I can personally recommend this book. As the proud owner of the 1st Edition, which Denis kindly signed for me way back when in 1988, I was completely blown away by the 2nd Edition: large format, hard bound, running to over 200 pages and splendidly presented in its dust jacket of gosling green, the facing colour used by the Fifth throughout much of its life. It is in my view such an extensive revision it is really a new book. No self respecting Northumberland Fusilier collector can afford to be without it - numbers are limited so get your copy now - The Quartermaster.
Code: 57713Price: On Request
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