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Good scarce black edged red square printed with black and yellow cobra. Cotton backed.
Red witch on broomstick printed on khaki rectangle. Removed from uniform
Good scarce khaki strap with formation sign, central cross in gold wire. One or two moth nips.
Good heavily embroidered black elephant on red felt rectangle. Minor service wear
A rare locally made example. Bullion “99” on half navy / half red diamond with bullion edge applied to khaki diamond backing.
Issued by the CO in Italy to those who had fought at Monte Casino.
A good rare example. Blue printed crossed cannon and cannon ball on red canvas. Minor service wear
Formed 15th January 1945 from converted Coast Artillery units hence the design.
A very fine Dutch embroidered example. Mailed fist and mace on red/yellow/red shield RAC colours.
34th Tank Brigade (CO Brigadier J.N. Tetley until 3.7.1943, then Brigadier W.S. Clarke). Redesignated 34th Armoured Brigade 22.2.1945 whilst in NE Europe.
Good scarce Red Hand of Ulster embroidered on khaki felt rectangle
A good example removed from uniform
Commanded by Lt Col J.J. Holdsworth OBE
Good yellow Sphinx on black circle embroidered on yellow felt rectangle.
A good scarce example worn by the Battalion when part of 185th Brigade, 3rd Division
A good scarce example worn by the Battalion when part of 163rd Brigade, 54th Division
A set of insignia as worn. Comprising: Printed RAMC Titles. .... Pair of printed 21st Army Group Formation Badges. ... Uncut Arm of Service Bar. Some wear
Green Lincoln Imp printed on brown rectangle. Minor glue marks to reverse.
See 93 in ?In the space of a single day? Insignia and Uniforms of the LDV and Home Guard by Mills & Carney
Black slides bearing red over Cambridge blue tapes.
Disbanded in 1969
Blue ?Fishes of Oudh? embroidered on red felt disc. Red cotton backing.
A good embroidered pair removed from a uniform. Some service wear.
Distinguished itself on the drive to Tobruk in November 1941. In 1944 joined 21st Army Group and fought across North Western Europe to the Rhine under its well known CO Lt.Gen Sir Brian Horrocks
A good scarce example removed from a uniform. Black NM embroidered on green silk rectangle.
Yellow five-pointed star embroidered onto centre of red over black horizontally divided rectangle. Aertex backing. Slight moth
Embroidered panel bearing pair of printed titles, pair of Transport Training Centre RE (Longmoor) printed formation signs, rank stars, service chevrons, nullion blazer badge
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