The Green Howards ( Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment ) Matched Pair of Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Titles
Removed from uniform, but otherwise in good condition and a nice pair.
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WW2 NEDERLAND ( Netherlands ) Embroidered Royal Navy Nationality Shoulder Title
In good condition. Some traces of paper and glue to the reverse. A Holland volunteers title.
C23.2 read more
WW2 Army Dental Corps Tropical Khaki Drill Cloth Shoulder Title, Strap, Slip-On.
Unusual pale tropical KD shoulder strap slip-on with tape loop to the reverse bearing the black embroidered title, "A D Corps". Worn in Mediterranean / Far East theatres. Theatre made. Scarce.
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WW2 North Irish Horse (NIH) Embroidered White on Green Felt Cloth Shoulder Title
Removed from uniform, in very good condition.
Reconstituted in May 1939, the North Irish Horse was initially raised as an armoured car regiment but in 1940 converted to Valentine tanks. The regiment moved to Egypt in January 1943, upgrading to Churchill Tanks and fought throughout the next 15 months before being re-equipped with Sherman Tanks in April 1944, pushing up through It... read more
Royal School Armagh (Northern Ireland) CCF Combined Cadet Force Embroidered Shoulder Title
White on Black, in very good condition.
H52(4) read more
Brighton Grammar School CCF Combined Cadet Force Embroidered Shoulder Title
Red on black, in good condition.
H52(5) read more
Lancaster RGS Royal Grammar School CCF Combined Cadet Force Embroidered Shoulder Title
Red rose of Lancaster below white lettering on black, in very good condition.
H52(6) read more
Selection of three Different Pattern Army Cadet Force ACF Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Titles
In good condition.
D89.3 read more
WW2 Ulster Home Guard / Antrim Embroidered Felt Cloth Combination Set
A scarce and original pair of titles as would have been worn by the County of Antrim Home Guard. Removed from uniform otherwise in very good condition and scarce.
The Ulster Home Guard of Northern Ireland adopted a set of titles in early 1942, embroidered in an orange - yellow on a fine khaki cloth. The basic title, 'Ulster Home Guard' was curved and worn on the battledress abo... read more