WWII 8th Army Slip-on
Here is a single 8th Army shoulder slip on. In good condition, named to a Sibley on the back.
British 8th Army made up of Indian, Australian, Polish and New Zealand formations. The Eighth fought with distinction across North Africa, Sicily and Italy. read more
WWII Home Guard Certificate to a Captain
Scarce Home Guard certificate awarded to Captain George Davis Jones who served from 19th June 1940 until 31st December 1944. Comes with a Rare original Second World War era believed Cornish / Cornwall LDV / Home Guard issue ' River Patrol ' uniform patch and a WW1 trio medal ribbon. read more
British 1st Corps Formation Sign
1st Corps Formation Sign, Good condition “Tony” penned on the back. Post war German manufactured in bevo weave style.
The design adopts the traditional Corps colours of red and white and the device of a spearhead is symbolic of the fact that First Corps at Aldershot was the only Corps in permanent existence before the War and was therefore the spearhead of the British Army. Th... read more
Pair of 7th Armoured Division Formation Signs
A matching pair of 7th Armoured Division formation signs. Embroidered, used and removed from uniform with age and service wear.
WWII embroidered example of the red jerboa on a black background. This Division was the first to go into action in the Western-Desert and very quickly earned themselves the nick-name " Desert-Rats" read more
WW1 Machine Gun Guards Shoulder Titles
A scarce pair of Machine Gun Guards Shoulder Title. Removed from uniform some service wear and age.
Measures 4 1/2” x 1 5/8”
When the Guards Division was formed in August 1915, it included three machine gun companies, with a fourth added in March 1917. In April 1917, the four companies were grouped together as a single battalion named the Machine Gun Guards, before ... read more