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WW2 Indian Officer’s Battledress, 1st Punjab RegtA good used example of an Indian made battledress jacket badged to a famous Indian unit, The 1st Punjab Rgt. Each sleeve has Indian manufacture woven tape shoulder titles, ‘1PUNJAB’ in black above the flash for 10th Indian Infantry Division, Major crowns to each epaulette. Clear maker stamps inside, Shah 3/45, size 16,also some other tailors marks. Collar has been tailored is typical officer style, fairly tidy but with a couple of small moth holes. 10th Indian Division served in North Africa, Persia, and Italy during WW2.
Code: 50575Price: 550.00 GBP
WW2 Royal Artillery Officers Airborne BeretA good private purchase example of the Airborne forces maroon beret. Black cotton lined with circular stitched pattern, the front fitted with a good quality bullion Royal Artillery grenade badge on the correct maroon backing. Very good used condition.
Code: 50574Price: 375.00 GBP
Royal Artillery Officers Airborne Beret, 1944A good used example of the standard issue beret for Airborne forces, bronzed RA officer collar badge fitted to front. No visible maker marks(very feint), but it has the usual WD acceptance stamp inside with M for 1944. Overall in very good used condition but with some moth tracking in places, see additional pics
Code: 50573Price: 650.00 GBP
RA Airborne Beret, additional picsDetails of stamp and moth tracking
1 Para Woven Lanyard with Recognition Scarf SectionAn original WW2 lanyard as worn by 1 Para, unit made from a section of green German parachute cord. See British Airborne Insignia Vol1, p296, by Oliver Lock. Attached to one end is a part of the fluorescent recognition scarf issued to airborne troops. Good used condition.
Code: 50570Price: 165.00 GBP
British Officers Small Pattern Map CaseSmaller pattern private purchase map case in tan canvas with leather trim and support straps with brass Sam Browne type clip for attaching to other equipment. Newey press stud closure on both sides, one flap covers pencils and concealed pocket, the other flap closes the fold out map cover. Very good used condition, still contains some utility marked pencils, approx 28x19cms. Often referred to as Airborne or Commando they can be seen in period military equipment advertising as ‘suitable for cavalry and armoured troops’.
Code: 50569Price: 145.00 GBP
WW2 British Battledress with Insignia, 5th Division A good used 40/Austerity pattern BD blouse, clear maker label and stamps,dated 1945, size 6, also named to a soldier F.W. Simmonds. Original applied insignia comprising woven Royal Artillery titles, printed formation signs for 5th Infantry Division, And RA arm of service strips in felt. Very good used condition but with a couple of nips, noticeably on one of the shoulder titles. A pair of stair shoulder titles is also included.
Code: 50568Price: 465.00 GBP
WW2 Canadian Battledress Trousers A good used pair of WW2 battledress trousers of Canadian manufacture, maker marked and dated 1943, size 3, approx 32Wx29L. A couple of buttons are loose or missing. Clothing manufactured Canada and other commonwealth countries was commonly issued to British troops in North Africa and the Mediterranean.
Code: 50567Price: 140.00 GBP
Royal Navy Action Dress Satchel & Contents, namedWhite cotton bag with belt loops and containing items of Royal Navy action dress, comprising anti flash hood and inner gloves, outer gloves with leather reinforcing, and tube type life vest. The bag and the vest are named to Lt. Commander Fairbairn. Research shows that Fairbairn served on HMS Valiant and was mentioned in dispatches in the Battle Of Cape Matapan, 27-29 March 1941, this is off of the coast of Crete. All items in very good used condition.
Royal Navy Action Dress Bag & Contents, Additional Pics
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