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Rare Pattern Reconnaissance Corps Embroidered Yellow on Green Felt Shoulder Title

A rare WW2 title with the addition of the word "Corps" with black hessian and paper backing. In unissued condition. It was apparently introduced (unofficially) in July 1942 and withdrawn only two months later in September 1942. Being replaced officially by "Reconnaissance" in June 1943.

Comm GrH

On hold for DR

Code: 59758Price:


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WW2 Matched Pair of Embroidered Shoulder Titles - No 9 Commando

White on black, good matched pair with no moth or damage. Look to be unissued condition.

Formed from Scottish Command. Saw service predominately in the Mediterranean, Albania, Yugoslavia , Greece and Italy.

Comm GrH

Code: 59665Price: 20.00 GBP


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WW2 RECCE Reconnaissance Corps Officer's Silver Plated and Gilt Cap Badge

Stunning full size two part construction die-cast silvered example with applied gilt spear and title scroll, with two original long silvered loops to the reverse. Minor tarnishing to silver plate otherwise in superb condition.

D80.3

Code: 59639Price:


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WW2 RECCE Reconnaissance Corps Matched Pair of Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Titles

Yellow on green felt. Hessian backed, unissued condition. Circa 12.6cm wide and 2cm tall.

Comm GrH

Code: 59638Price: 65.00 GBP


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WW2 RECCE Reconnaissance Corps Officer's Gilt Brass Medium Pattern Button

Circa 19mm in diameter, fixed shank, blank reverse. In very good condition.

Coll

Code: 59637Price: 8.00 GBP


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WW2 RECCE Reconnaissance Corps Officers Matched Pair of Silver Plated Collar Badges - JR Gaunt London

A matched pair of silver plate collar badges to the Recce Corps. With two original D shaped lugs to the reverse and both collars embossed with maker's mark JR Gaunt London and stamped "P". Circa 3.1cm tall and 3.1cm wide. Some twisting to the lugs but otherwise in very good condition.

Churchill & Westlake No 397 refers

Code: 59636Price: 65.00 GBP


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WW2 RECCE Reconnaissance Corps Embroidered Yellow on Green Cloth Shoulder Title

Yellow on green felt, black hessian backed, unissued condition. Some traces of blue tack to reverse. Circa 11.6cm wide and 2cm tall. Scarce.

Comm GrH

Code: 59635Price:


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Rare Number 10 Commando Cloth shoulder title in a red on black block type lettering

A rare WW2 special forces No.10 Commando embroidered shoulder title in a red on black block type lettering with the well known 'glue' / paste backing. This title is in good condition other than for one small tear / nibble to the bottom edge close to the A in Commando.

10 (Inter-Allied) Commando was a commando unit of the British Army during the Second World War. The first No. 10 Commando was proposed in August 1940, using volunteers from Northern Command, however there was such a poor response that No. 10 Commando was disbanded and the men that had volunteered were posted to other commando units. In early 1942 the commando was raised again, this time as No. 10 (Inter-Allied) Commando. By the end of the war the commando had become the largest commando in the British Army and included volunteers from France, Belgium, Holland, Norway, Denmark, Poland and Yugoslavia. There was another group of volunteers in X Troop which contained enemy aliens, Germans and Austrians who had escaped from Nazi Germany. Men from the No. 10 Commando served in the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, Burma and Western Europe during the Second World War, mostly in small numbers attached to other formations, never as a complete unit. The No. 2 Dutch Troop consisted of 62 men under command of Captain Mulders. The troop formed in June 1942 was always below establishment and never deployed as a complete independent unit, but the men acted as liaison officers, guides and interpreters during operation Market Garden.

Comm PM

Code: 59609Price: 495.00 GBP


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Pair of Scully marked WW2 British Security Co-ordination ( BSC) Cap Badges

Both patterns, correct finish with original loops and correctly maker marked. See Len Whittaker's Some Talk of Private Armies for more information. Rare.

Reserved on lawayay for P.

Coll.

Code: 59552Price:


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Rare 3rd SAS (Special Air Service ) French Embroidered Cambridge Blue Maroon Felt Cloth Shoulder Title

This is a rare 3rd SAS (Special Air Service) French embroidered shoulder title. This example has the typical British made white cheese cloth like backing and is in very good condition but also has some paper stuck to reverse.

See item 24 In some talk of private armies.

Vendor states ex Len Whittaker. Very similar to the one he illustrates.

Comm GrH

Code: 59535Price: 770.00 GBP

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