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2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment / 64th Brigade / 19th Indian Division Insignia Combination (14th Army, Burma)

2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment / 64th Brigade / 19th Indian Division Insignia Combination (14th Army, Burma)

A yellow dagger and arm on a red square, removed from uniform, with a stitched in back panel. Has seen some service wear, but colours still reasonably bright. Good condition overall together with a woven shoulder title for the Worcestershire Regiment.

Known as the Dagger Division, it was the 19th who, after severe fighting established the Irrawaddy bridgehead and went on to libe... read more

Code: 64831

45.00 GBP

WW2 Home Front  - 8th Ant-Aircraft Division Matched Pair of Formation Signs

WW2 Home Front - 8th Ant-Aircraft Division Matched Pair of Formation Signs


A Black Dornier German Aircraft with a Red Star representing a shell burst on a Duck Egg Blue Background. The Division was raised in 1940 for the air defence of South Wales and the West of England. They are produced in a fine silk and therefore quite fragile. They have a hessian liner to give them some strength. Some marks and minor damage but on the whole an attractive pair.
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Code: 64829

28.00 GBP

British Commonwealth Occupation Force (BCOF) Silk Embroidered Formation Sign - Japanese Occupation

British Commonwealth Occupation Force (BCOF) Silk Embroidered Formation Sign - Japanese Occupation

Removed from uniform with four press studs mounted to the reverse. Some dulling to red colour otherwise in very good condition. Authorised for wear in 1946 by Commonwealth RAF and Army units.

BoBd (J Mills) No 3809 refers.

Comm GrH read more

Code: 64162

25.00 GBP

29th Independent Infantry Brigade Embroidered Felt Cloth Formation Sign

29th Independent Infantry Brigade Embroidered Felt Cloth Formation Sign

In unissued condition. Most likely a 1950s Korean War era issue for which the 29th Independent Infantry Brigade was reformed as part of United Nations forces and completed operations in Korean in November 1951.

This badge is the same as that worn by the 29th Independent Brigade group during the Second World War. The circle was said to represent the 'O' of General Oliver Leese, ... read more

Code: 64805

45.00 GBP

WW2 Printed Facing Pair of Eastern Command Formation Signs Flashes Designations

WW2 Printed Facing Pair of Eastern Command Formation Signs Flashes Designations

An facing set of printed formation signs with edges folded over, one more neatly trimmed than the other but otherwise a great original facing set.

HQ Luton. Territory covered East Anglia and Central Midlands. This pattern with a bulldog was worn until 1947 only and then replaced by a Viking's head above crossed swords.

Cole P17 refers.

Comm GM read more

Code: 64780

25.00 GBP

WW2  51st Highland Division Printed Formation Signs

WW2 51st Highland Division Printed Formation Signs

Removed from uniform, in good condition, with a few marks. Scarce ordnance issue printed pair.

Comm PaLi

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Code: 64776

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Post WW2 Denmark Danish Brigade Group Cloth Formation Sign with Denmark Shoulder Title

Post WW2 Denmark Danish Brigade Group Cloth Formation Sign with Denmark Shoulder Title

A woven cloth formation sign removed from uniform with some damage to top edge otherwise in good overall condition and with its matching "Danmark" Shoulder title. Post WW2 issues. See also my item 58859.

Cole "Badges on Battledress" p160 refers.

Comm PL read more

Code: 64767

75.00 GBP

570 LAA / SL Royal Regiment of Artillery (1st Surrey Rifles) Felt Cloth Formation Sign Designation Flash

570 LAA / SL Royal Regiment of Artillery (1st Surrey Rifles) Felt Cloth Formation Sign Designation Flash

Removed from uniform, in very good condition. Pre
1935.

Comm PL read more

Code: 64768

25.00 GBP

WW2 3rd (Scottish) Anti-Aircraft Woven Silk Cloth Formation Sign

WW2 3rd (Scottish) Anti-Aircraft Woven Silk Cloth Formation Sign

Removed from uniform, in very good condition. AA between a thistle head. I good condition. Tape to reverse of backing.

Formed at Edinburgh on 1 September 1938 within Scottish Command, transferring to Anti-Aircraft Command when that formation was created on 1 April 1939. It was responsible for the AA defences of Scotland, including Northern Ireland and the Orkney and Shetlan... read more

Code: 64353

14.00 GBP

WW2 51st Highland Division Matched Pair of Embroidered Formation Signs

WW2 51st Highland Division Matched Pair of Embroidered Formation Signs

Removed from uniform, a fine pair of early paste back style embroidered formation signs. In very good condition. Colours bright, no moth. Colour and size are the same, just my poor photography!

Fought as part of the BEF in 1940, the Middle East and Sicily as part of the 8th Army and in June 1944 in the Normandy beachhead and throughout the rest the campaign in North West Europ... read more

Code: 64724

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