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
WWII Civil Defence Arm Band
Here is a scarce Bomb Reconnaissance Officer's Armband. Introduced in 1942.
Printed on a yellow twill cotton, measures across the front 7 1/2" so 15" total. Please note some stains and grime from service wear. 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
WWII Anti Aircraft Command Formation Signs
A matching pair of printed Anti Aircraft Command formation signs. Removed from uniform with age and service wear. 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
WW1 Motor Machine Guns Shoulder Titles
A pair of Motor Machine Guns shoulder titles. With light age and wear, removed from uniform.
Measures 4 7/16” x 1 1/2”
The Motor Machine Gun Service (MMGS) was a unit of the British Army in the First World War, consisting of batteries of motorcycle/sidecar combinations carrying Vickers machine guns. It was formed in 1914 and incorporated into the Machine Gun Corps in Octo... read more
WWII British 2nd Anti Aircraft Division Sign
Here is a cloth 2nd Anti Aircraft division formation sign in used and removed from uniform with age related wear. Circa 1941.
Measures 1 3/4” x 1 3/4” read more
Pair of WWI XXX 30 Corps Division Patches
A matching pair of printed original XXX Corps Division patches. Used and removed from uniform with some age and wear.
XXX Corps (30 Corps) was a corps of the British Army during the Second World War. The Corps was formed in the Western Desert in September 1941. It provided extensive service in the North African Campaign and many of its units were in action at the Secon... read more
British 36th Independent Infantry Brigade
Scarce 36th Independent Infantry Brigade formation sign in good condition.
Reformed during the Second World War as the 36th Infantry Brigade on 7 October 1939, this time as part of the Territorial Army, and attached to the 12th (Eastern) Infantry Division, duplicate of the 44th (Home Counties) Infantry Division. The brigade was formed as a 2nd Line duplicate of the 132nd (Kent) I... read more
WWII Home Guard Title - North Manchester
Home Guard title embroidered in yellow for the North Manchester District. Removers from uniform with age related wear. read more