Removed from uniform but in good condition with no damage. Circa 5cm x 4.6cm
Davis No 81 refers.
Signs of wear and some fading to IFOR batch, but generally in good condition.
The Implementation Force (IFOR) was a NATO-led multinational peace enforcement force in Bosnia and Herzegovina under a one-year mandate from 20 December 1995 to 20 December 1996 under the codename Operation Joint Endeavour.
1st Army Group Royal Artillery ( AGRA ) cloth formation sign, removed from uniform and with some fading and wear to edges, central image in good condition. Circa 5.2cm square.
Left facing, a yellow Malayan kris picked out in black on a maroon rectangle. In good unissued condition.
Woven cloth combination formation sign in very good condition as worn by the Guards Armoured Division, the 'all seeing eye'.
Removed from uniform, printed variety with white triangle to the centre of a red and blue diamond as worn by 1st Division Royal Artillery. Some creasing otherwise in good condition.
Removed from uniform, with some blutack traces to the reverse, otherwise in very good condition.
Responsible for the anti-aircraft air defence of Birmingham, Coventry and the West and Central Midlands.
Removed from uniform, with creases and light staining. A bit scruffy, but quite scarce. The formation was located in Yorkshire, its main area of defence being the Humber, for Hull in particular was a target for sustained night raids in 1940 - 41 but also in the latter years of the war.
Removed from uniform, worn between 1939 and 1945. UK based, a second line Territorial Army Division, it spent a considerable time in Northern Ireland, and acted mainly as a training and drafting Division. In good overall condition.
Removed from uniform. Raised in England in 1940, and embarked for the Middle East in 1942 and took part in the Eighth Army's hard fought withdrawal to El Alamein, being broken up and redistributed amongst other parts of the M.E.F. not long thereafter.
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