WW2 Northern Command - East and West Riding Area Printed Cloth Formation Sign
Printed example, removed from uniform, slight edge nick to one edge otherwise in good condition. White rose on a black square. Scarce.
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WW2 44th (Home Counties) Division (TA) Cloth Formation Sign
A painted printed example in very good unissued condition. Minor creasing to paint. Made by the company Display Patents Ltd who perfected an effective method of screen printing using oil paints in 1938.
Daivs No 84 (Classified by him as Rare). BoBD (jon Mills) p1203 (Fig D2).
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Cold War Northern Army Group Woven Cloth Formation Sign
Removed from uniform, in good overall condition. Worn by NATO forces in Germany 1956 - 1993.
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WW2 East & West Riding District (Yorkshire) Printed Cloth Formation Sign
This is a WW2 printed cloth formation sign badge to the EAST & WEST RIDING DISTRICT (Jon Mills BoBD 1178) in excellent worn condition. This type of badge was made by “Calico Printers”.
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WW2 4th Anti-Aircraft Division 2nd Pattern Printed Cloth Formation Sign
This is a WW2 printed cloth formation sign badge to the 4th ANTI-AIRCRAFT DIVISION (Jon Mills BoBD 1211) in excellent worn condition. The badge was made by “Calico Printers”.
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WW2 80th Infantry Division Printed Cloth Formation Sign
This is a WW2 printed cloth formation sign badge to the 80th INFANTRY DIVISION (Jon Mills BoBD 1157) in excellent unworn condition. This badge was made by “Calico Printers”.
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KOSB Kings Own Scottish Borderers Regimental Cloth Sun Helmet / Slouch Hat Pagri Flash
Circa 6.5cms in length and 5.2cms wide, edges folded over. Minor wear otherwise in very good condition.
British Army 1st Armoured Division Subdued Tactical Recognition FlashTRF
As worn 1992 - 2019. In good condition. Rhino facing to the right.
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WW2 Essex County Division – Woven Cloth Formation Sign Badge
Removed from uniform a bit grubby and one small hole which extends to a small tear, but scarce despite condition.
The Essex County Division was formed 18 February 1941 by redesignation of the West Sussex County Division. At this time the existing Sussex Martlet badge was abandoned, and this new badge adopted. Essex County Division was itself disbanded 7 October 1941. Versions a... read more
A Selection of Cloth items to the Honourable Artillery Company (HAC)
Four different cloth items to this territorial unit, two patterns of shoulder titles, a flash / small strip of regimental silk ribbon and what looks like a large early bullion blazer badge. All with glue / paper stuck to reverse, a few edge nibbles and some minor staining to front of smaller title otherwise all in good overall condition. Sold as seen in the photos.
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