WWII US Army Airborne Command Patch
Here is a one piece Airborne Command patch. Fully embroidered and in near mint condition.
The U.S. Airborne Command Shoulder Patch was created in 1943, and used during WWII to designate smaller Airborne units before they were assigned to a formal division. Units such as the 501st and 506th Parachute Infantry regiments wore this patch before being assigned to the 1... read more
WWII Commando Grappling Hook and Fighting Knife
Well here we have two items that came in together,
A Commando Grappling Hook a Fghting knife.
WWII fighting knife is in the design of Taylor of Sheffield. The stiletto blade maker marks have been ground out with sharpening. Complete with leather scabbard that has service wear and has been customised/repaired.
The WWII British Commando Grappl... read more
WWII British Parachute Regiment Beret
A scarce WWII Para Beret in used and worn condition. Faint makers mark for Kangol Wear Limited with broad arrow, the date is not clear 194? The regiment cap badge is very polished and worn, with lug fittings. The beret is the "spun" WWII manufacture and has service wear and tear. read more
WWII US Army 101st Infantry Division Patch
Here is a 101st Airborne Infantry Division shoulder sleeve patch known as a Type 4. Two pieces with separate tab, light age related wear.
During World War II, it was renowned for its role in Operation Overlord the D-Day landings and airborne landings on 6 June 1944, in Normandy, France, Operation Market Garden, the liberation of the Netherlands and, perhaps most f... read more
Parachute Regiment Old Comrades Association Lapel Badge
Parachute Regiment Old Comrades Association Lapel Badge maker marked Gaunt London, please note Crown is missing on the top of the wing? read more