Special Air Service Regiment Cap badge
A two piece construction SAS cap badge with slider fitting in good condition. read more
Early Belgian Paratrooper Jump wings
An early Belgian Paratrooper jump wings, embroidered on khaki wool. With age and wear read more
WWII Border Regiment Shoulder Title
A Border Regiment title in near mint un-issued condition.
In the Second World War the 1st Battalion, The Border Regiment, as it was then known, formed part of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF). Following the campaign in France and return to the UK, the battalion served as part of the 31st Independent Infantry Brigade which specialised in Mountain Warfare. In 1941 the brigade... read more
2nd Volunteer Border Regiment
A 2nd Volunteer Border Regiment Field service cap badge or collar, HQ Kendall.
1942: The Battalion was training for jungle warfare in Horana, Ceylon.
January 1943: It was posted to Kandy.
June 1943: Became part of the 100th Brigade, 20th Indian Division.
October 1943: Still in the same Division the Battalion moved to a camp in Burma nea... read more
5th Battalion Border Cumberland Regiment
Collar badge to the 5th Battalion Cumberland Regiment. Lug fittings and in good condition.
Measures 1 1/4” x 1 3/8” read more
WWII Army Air Corps Cap Badge Economy Plastic
Here is a WWII Economy AAC issue in plastic with makers marks for A.Stanley&Sons Walsall. With double prong fittings and in used condition. Please note the front of the badge is slightly concave in shape. read more
WWII British Army Air Corps Cap Badge
An Army Air Corps Cap Badge in metal maker marked by JR Gaunt London with a slide fitting. read more
WWII British Parachute Regiment Jump Wings
A set of cloth WWII Parachute Wings in near mint un-issued condition. read more
Parachute Regiment Title
Parachute Regiment cloth shoulder title early post war example, used and removed from uniform with service wear. read more
WWII British Glider Pilot Wings
Scarce British Army Air Corps Pilot Wing. Fully embroidered and padded example, retains paper to the back. Early large size at 14cm.
The British Glider Pilot Wings or Army Flying Badge was a skill-at-arms badge that was originally worn by 1st Glider Pilots and Air Observation Post officers. It was awarded after completing a course at either the Glider Training School or the AO... read more