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WW2 - 3rd Indian Army Division Rare Chindits Collection

Superb group of items to the Chindits whose exploits in Burma in WW2 are well known. Led by Major- General Orde Wingate they made history with their airborne and jungle penetration expeditions. This grouping includes a yellow on blue embroidered Chinthern formation sign, a white on blue shoulder title " Chindit " and a scarce gold wire bullion title " Chindits, but most especially the rare original certificate from 1944 outlining the duties of being a Chindit and a member of this Special Force. The certificate has fold lines and has been fixed to a backing sheet many years ago to preserve it. See page 105 of Peter Taylor's book for a copy of this certificate. All in good condition, cloth items have white bluetack to the reverse. Please note I will not break this grouping up. See accompanying photos listed below.

Comm GrH

Code: 58351Price: 450.00 GBP


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Additional Photos of Chindits Lot above

Comm GrH

Code: 58350Price: On Request


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Additional Photos of Chindits Lot above

Comm GrH

Code: 58349Price: On Request


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WW1 - The Light Armoured Motor Battery ( LAMB 'S ) Rare Brass Shoulder Title

A rare die cast collar badge with two original loops to the reverse (mounted diagonally). As worn by members of the MMGC in the Middle East Theatre. They operated in an small type of armoured car. Left facing, circa 3.7cm wide and 3.1cm tall. In very good condition and totally original.

B86.1

Code: 58348Price: 225.00 GBP


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WW2 Canadian Women ' s Army Corps ( C.W.A.C.) Set of Insignia Cap, Collar and Shoulder Titles

A gilding metal cap badge, a left facing brass collar badge and a matched pair of brass shoulder titles, all with correct and original loops to the reverse. Raised for wartime service only.

C29.12.13.15

Code: 58347Price: 25.00 GBP


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1st King 's African Rifles Officer 's Hallmarked Silver Collar Badge

A right facing collar badge with two original silver loops to the reverse and Birmingham hallmarked 1958 ( letter J) and F&S for Firmin & Sons. In very good condition with sharp detail. Circa 3.2cm tall.

Renfrew et al Vol 1 No 459 refers but right facing.

C17.3

Code: 58346Price: 35.00 GBP


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1st Derbyshire Militia Officer 's Silver Plated Shako Plate , 1855- 1861

An early silver plated officer 's shako plate of the 1st Derby Militia. Circa 10.5cm tall and 8.6cm wide. With two original loops to the reverse and of two part construction (retaining pins replaced with a length of copper wire). In good condition with minor signs of service wear. This size and pattern of plate was worn from 1855 - 1861.

C29.1

Code: 58345Price: 190.00 GBP


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Worcestershire Regiment Gilt and Silver marked Officer 's Cap Badge

A quality two part die cast cap badge with two long copper loops to the reverse and marked "S" for silver to the reverse. Circa 5.2cm tall. Silver dark toned otherwise in very good condition. Worn from 1923 onwards.

D1.3

Code: 58344Price: 55.00 GBP


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Royal Northumberland Fusiliers ( RNF ) Officer 's SilverPlated and Gilt Cap Badge

A quality die cast two part construction cap badge with original slider to reverse (sic - yes slider. This Regiment had a slider fitted to their officer pattern cap badges. See Col D. Wood No 176 (2nd Edn) for more information). Worn circa 1936 - 1959. Some polishing to high points on St George otherwise in very good condition ( a small piece of plastic is on the photo on one side which I have now brushed off).

D1.2

Code: 58343Price: 55.00 GBP


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Middlesex Regiment Officer 's Sterling Silver Forage Cap / Collar Badge

A real stunner with two original silver loops to the reverse and a tablet which confirms it is Sterling silver. Incredible condition with no polishing to highpoints. Circa 3.2cm tall. Churchill confirms this pattern was also worn in the officer's forage cap in silver.

Churchill No 1453 / p230 refers.

D1.1

Code: 58342Price: 45.00 GBP

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