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Durham Light Infantry ( DLI) Embroidered DLI Regimental Cloth Pagri Badge / Flash
Worn pre WW2, interwar issue. Woven red on green felt cloth. Hessian backed and has some age to it. In good condition.
Code: 60982Price: 75.00 GBP
Infantry Demonstration Battalion School of Infantry Printed Unit Designation Formation Cloth Sign
A printed formation sign to the Infantry Demonstration Battalion School of Infantry. Removed from uniform, slightly faded from wear otherwise in good condition.
Code: 60937Price: 6.00 GBP
British Army - 48th Gurkha Brigade Printed Formation Sign
48th Gurkha Brigade Formation Sign, white crossed kukris on red printed background. Very good condition.
Code: 60936Price: 4.00 GBP
North Midland District Embroidered Cloth Formation Sign Flash
Embroidered version, Robin Hood facing right. Circa 5.2cm tall and 5.3 wide. Good condition.
Code: 60935Price: 3.00 GBP
Northern Command Formation Printed Cloth Sign Flash
Uncut, 2nd pattern. Good unworn condition. Stain to the reverse. Circa 7.5cm tall and 6.7cm wide.
Code: 60934Price: 3.00 GBP
Rhodesia Central Africa Command Embroidered Cloth Formation Sign Flash
A Rhodesian embroidered formation sign to the Central Africa Command. Circa 5cm square. In good condition.
Durham Light Infantry (DLI) Pagri Sun helmet Flash
Circa 4cm in length and 3cm wide. In good condition with taped back. Regimental colours for the DLI.
Code: 60831Price: 25.00 GBP
WW2 15th Durham Light Infantry (DLI) / 155th RTC Armoured Battalion Embroidered Cloth Formation Sign
Removed from uniform. Circa 4.2cm by 3.5cm in size. so small, but in very good condition. The 155th Battalion Royal Amroured Corps was formed from the conversion of the 15th Battalion DLI in January 1942, but wore the red strung bugle on light infantry green to commemorate this association. Equipped with Churchill Tanks and became a reinforcement regiment to 21st Army Group in 1944. Rare as they come.
BoBD No 1453 refers.
47th (2nd London) Division Embroidered Dutch Tile Formation Sign
A small neatly embroidered "Dutch Tile" Formation sign as worn by the Territorial Units of the 2nd London Division (see page facing p16 in Badges on Battle Dress (BoBD) to see a soldier of the London Scottish wearing it). Introduced in 1925 and dropped from use in 1936. See Item 90 in BoBD Vol 1. In very good condition but with a lot of old dried glue to the reverse. Scarce.
Code: 60814Price: 55.00 GBP
WW2 Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Tartan Arm Badge
Arm Badge in Douglas tartan, which was worn by the Cameronians Scottish Rifles during WW2. These patches were cut from either a damaged Kilt or Trews as there was no regulation issue patches of this type. Worn on the upper sleeve of the battledress tunic. Circa 5.5cm square. Removed from uniform otherwise in good condition.
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