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Womens Transport Service First Aid Nursing Yeomanry FANY Embroidered Shoulder Title

Womens Transport Service First Aid Nursing Yeomanry FANY Embroidered Shoulder Title

Embroidered red on light tan shoulder title. Rounded ends. In good condition.

Comm GrH

Code: 57702

22.00 GBP


Foresters ( Notts & Derby Regiment ) Embroidered Cloth Pair of Matched Shoulder Titles, white on green

Foresters ( Notts & Derby Regiment ) Embroidered Cloth Pair of Matched Shoulder Titles, white on green

A small matched pair of titles, with some white 'bluetack' traces to reverse otherwise in good condition.

Regimental designation of The Sherwood Foresters ( Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment). The title "Foresters" was on the official June 1943 listing. This title design was worn by the 5th Battalion when serving with the 147th Lorried infantry Brigade ( TA ) in 1949. Some white bluetack traces to reverse otherwise in good condition.

Comm GrH

Code: 57688

14.00 GBP


Royal Ulster Rifles Embroidered Black on Green Cloth Shoulder Title

Royal Ulster Rifles Embroidered Black on Green Cloth Shoulder Title

In good condition except for some glue / paper traces to the reverse.

Comm GrH

Code: 57656

25.00 GBP


Royal Norfolk Regiment Embroidered Black on Yellow Cloth Shoulder Title

Royal Norfolk Regiment Embroidered Black on Yellow Cloth Shoulder Title

A scarce title with some slight moth grazing to title above Royal, but not holed. otherwise good condition,.

Davis No 273 refers.

Comm GrH

Code: 57623

8.00 GBP


The Royal Hampshire Regiment Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Title

The Royal Hampshire Regiment Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Title

Royal Hampshire, post 1946 Embroidered Yellow / Amber on Black Cloth Shoulder Title. Traces of white bluetack to the reverse otherwise in very good condition.

Comm GrH

Code: 57516

8.00 GBP


Buffs ( Royal East Kent Regiment ) White on Red Embroidered Cloth Pair of Shoulder Titles

Buffs ( Royal East Kent Regiment ) White on Red Embroidered Cloth Pair of Shoulder Titles

Good pair, almost matching (one is slightly wider than the other) and one with traces of white bluetack to the reverse.

Comm GrH

Code: 57481

14.00 GBP


WW2 Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (RNF) Woven Black on Khaki Battle Dress Slip-On

WW2 Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (RNF) Woven Black on Khaki Battle Dress Slip-On

In very good condition with original retaining slip to the reverse. Some glue / paper stuck to the reverse. Worn on both the battledress blouse and KD shirt.

Col D R Wood No 728A refers.

DRW 64

Reserved for MT

Code: 62836

SOLD


RANGERS - 12th County of London Regiment (The Rangers ) Embroidered Red on Dark Green Cloth Shoulder Title

RANGERS - 12th County of London Regiment (The Rangers ) Embroidered Red on Dark Green Cloth Shoulder Title

A small title in stunning condition. A white hessian backing to reverse. Rare.

Comm GrH

Code: 59677

135.00 GBP


WW2 Essex Regiment Matched Pair of Embroidered Black on Khaki Slip-ons

WW2 Essex Regiment Matched Pair of Embroidered Black on Khaki Slip-ons

A good matched pair, some moth surface grazing to khaki but no holes with matching retaining straps. Worn until 1943 on battledress.

BoBD No 212 refers.

G146.1

Code: 62817

SOLD


WW2 Printed Cotton Canvas Cloth Shoulder Title -  Loyals ( Loyal North Lancashire Regiment ) Pattern Card

WW2 Printed Cotton Canvas Cloth Shoulder Title - Loyals ( Loyal North Lancashire Regiment ) Pattern Card

A scarce WWII printed white on red shoulder title, "Loyals" still affixed to a Chief Inspectorate of Clothing 27th March 1943 dated working pattern card. The reverse has the original wax seal and a company notation (A James & Co Limited). One corner crease to top right of card otherwise in very good condition.

Cotton or Canvas titles as they were known were the product of a fabric screen printing technology and came into use from 1943 onwards. The design was made using a series of meshes through which pigments were forced to produce a finely detailed printed fabric. Printed on a cotton twill material or cotton satin material these patches were of a two piece construction. The printed obverse fabric was bonded to a cotton backing. The edges were sealed to minimise fraying. Many printed designs were direct copies from melton felt patterns submitted by regiments and corps. Others were new designs. Only one maker, Calico Printers Association, of which A. James & Co must have been a part, produced the printed titles and patches in the United Kingdom.

There is an excellent and informative work produced by the Military Heraldry Society Issue 276 (Oct - Dec 2019) which details the stock books discovered on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow aired on 17th March 2019. The publication was supplemented with another such album of stock items which came to light following the programme. Printed titles have increased in popularity over the years and it is potentially a rich field for collectors as the Association's published history records that its affiliated firms produced over 230 million badges and flashes during WW2.

Comm GrH

Code: 58935

75.00 GBP