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WW1 16th County of London Battalion The Queen 's Westminster Rifles (QWR) Curved Embroidered Red on Khaki Cloth Shoulder Title

Woven shoulder title, with some traces of white bluetack to reverse otherwise in very good condition. Scarce.

Comm GrH

Code: 60367Price: 125.00 GBP


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WW1 1st / 9th County of London Battalion Queen Victoria's Rifles (QVR) Embroidered Black on Khaki Curved Cloth Shoulder Title

Removed from uniform, woven cloth shoulder title, black on khaki. The 1st Bn wore a curved title and the 2nd Bn in a rectangle (see item listed below). In very good condition.

The Formation Sign Issue 255 refers.

Comm GrH

Code: 60366Price: 125.00 GBP


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WW1 2nd / 9th County of London Battalion Queen Victoria 's Rifles (QVR) Embroidered Black on Khaki Rectangular Cloth Shoulder Title

Removed from uniform, woven cloth shoulder title, black on khaki, introduced June 1915. The 1st Bn wore a curved title (see item listed above) and the 2nd Bn in a rectangle. In very good condition.

The Formation Sign Issue 255 refers.

Comm GrH

Code: 60365Price: 120.00 GBP


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WW2 16th Battalion Durham Light Infantry ( DLI ) Officers Shoulder Title ( Guards Pattern, rounded ends )

Red embroidered on green, in good condition with some bluetack traces to reverse. Unique to the 16th DLI battalion and as issued to officers only. This pattern incorrectly attributed by Davis to the 6th Battalion. Scarce.

The 16th Battalion saw service with the 46th Division, First Army in North Africa as part of Operation Torch in Tunisia from January 1943 onwards.

Comm FB

Code: 60363Price:


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North East of England ACF and CCF cloth shoulder titles

Cleveland ACF
RGS Newcastle CCF
Northumberland / North Tyne ACF
Durham ACF

Four examples of Army Cadet Force / Combined Cadet Force titles from units in the North East. Some removed from uniform, some minor staining and wear. Cleveland in below average condition.

Coll

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Code: 60352Price:


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Cumberland Westmorland / Cumbria ACF cloth shoulder titles

Two patterns of shoulder titles of the Army Cadet Force in this area of the country, in good condition.

Coll

Code: 60351Price: 5.00 GBP


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Buckinghamshire Battalion (Ox and Bucks) Pair of Embroidered Black on Khaki Cloth Shoulder Titles

An early pair of titles not matched but display reasonably well together. Some white bluetack to reverse. Removed from uniform. Rare.

Comm GrH

Code: 60318Price: 225.00 GBP


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23rd London Regiment White on Red Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Title

Removed from uniform in very good condition. Some traces of bluetack to the reverse.

Comm GrH

Code: 60317Price:


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The Welsh Brigade - Regular Infantry Regiments Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Titles

The three infantry regiments of Wales naturally went into the Welsh Brigade. They component regiments were: The Royal Welch Fusiliers (RWF), The South Wales Borderers (SWB) and the Welsh Regiment. In 1969 the South Wales Borderers and the Welsh Regiment were merged to form the Royal Regiment of Wales. The Royal Welch Fusiliers were one of only eight regiments permitted, upon the breakup of the Brigade system in 1969/ 1970, to retain its old identity. The titles are all in good condition, hessian backed with some white bluetack to the reverse.

Comm GrH/E14

Code: 60316Price: 40.00 GBP


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Midland / Forester Brigade - Regular Infantry Regiments Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Titles

A collection of three embroidered titles in good condition to the regiments which comprised the Midland Brigade n 1958, whose name was later changed to the Forester Brigade but (some with bluetack to the reverse and the Royal Warwicks removed from uniform) . Initially the Brigade comprised of three regiments: The Royal Warwickshire Regiment, The Royal Leicestershire Regiment and the Sherwood Foresters. However, with the disbandment of the Foresters Brigade in 1963, they were dispersed to other Brigades. The Royal Warwicks became Fusiliers and joined the Fusilier Brigade, the Foresters joined the Mercian Brigade and the Royal Leicesters joined the East Anglian Brigade.

Comm GrH

Code: 60315Price: 18.00 GBP

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