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Rare WW2 RA Anti - Tank Woven Embroidered Shoulder Title
A rare Royal Artillery Anti-Tank Regiment woven shoulder title. In good condition (the odd raggy edge - see photos). Hessian backed. Some folks claim an airborne connection but I have no provenance for this.
Code: 58429Price: 365.00 GBP
Lovat Scouts Woven Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Title
White lettering on black felt backing, rounded ends. Some gule traces to reverse otherwise in very good condition.
Code: 58428Price: 48.00 GBP
WW2 Normandy Landings D-Day - Beach Ordnance Groups Matched Pair or Woven Embroidered Shoulder Titles
A rare matched pair, removed from battledress, embroidered red on dark blue navy felt. In good condition with no moth or damage. Also worn with the Beach Parties red anchor in red circle below.
Beach Groups were made up of Support Arms with Infantry protection to provide front line support during the Normandy Landings, and were only intended to be active for up to six weeks. Personnel also had white bands painted on their helmets. Two ROAC Ordnance Beach Detachments ( OBD) were deployed on each Normandy Beach Sector, comprising ammunition and stores platoons. The first detachment going ashore within hours of D-Day Zero Hour, the second detachment up to 12 hours later in reserve.
Code: 58425Price: 600.00 GBP
WW2 Normandy Landings D-Day - Beach Signals Woven Embroidered Shoulder TItle
White lettering on blue cloth, trace of glue to reverse otherwise in very good condition and scarce. Battle dress removed example. Circa 11.5cm across.
WW2 Westminster Dragoons Woven Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Title
Red lettering on purple felt, some traces of white bluetack to the reverse otherwise in very good condition. Circa 14cm across. Scarce.
The 2nd Count of London Yeomanry ( Westminster Dragoons) was converted to an armoured regiment in November 1940. It was later issued with flail tanks and landed in Normandy on D-Day and fought throughout the campaign in north-west Europe.
Code: 58423Price: 85.00 GBP
Northamptonshire Yeomanry Woven Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Title
A pale grey / blue on black shoulder title. Not often encountered. Circa 16.5cm wide. In very good condition.
A Sherman Tank gunner of the Northamptonshire Yeomanry gained recognition for killing the renowned German tank commander, Michael Wittmann, the 4th top scoring tank ace in history, near St. Aignan de Cramesnil, France in 1944. They landed at Gold Beach on 12th June.
Code: 58420Price: 48.00 GBP
WW2 NORMANDY D-Day L.C.T. Landing Crafts Tanks Embroidered Red on Black Shoulder Title
A scarce woven cloth designation or formation sign - D-Day landings spring to mind. In excellent condition.
Code: 58417Price: 95.00 GBP
WW2 Oxf. & Bucks (Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry ) Woven White on Red Felt Cloth Shoulder Title
In very good condition with hessian back suggesting an early issue.
Reserved for DR
WW2 NEW ZEALAND Matched Pair of Officer 's Bullion Cloth Shoulder Titles Slip Ons
A scarce mated pair as worn in WW2 ( LRDG ? ). In good condition. Have seen some service wear.
Code: 58368Price: 65.00 GBP
The Life Guards Matched Pair of Woven Blue on Red Cloth Shoulder Titles
In good condition with some glue / paper stuck to reverse, otherwise in very good condition
Code: 58366Price: 30.00 GBP
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