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Good scarce black edged red square printed with black and yellow cobra. Cotton backed.
A rare sealed pattern attached to original Inspectorate of Clothing card. This with wax seal and date 21st January 1956
A rare sealed pattern attached to original Inspectorate of Clothing card. This with wax seal and date 4th December 1953. This example of the badge with brooch pin fitting.
A rare sealed pattern attached to original Inspectorate of Clothing card. This with wax seal and date 9th October 1959
A good example on one of two loops.
Red witch on broomstick printed on khaki rectangle. Removed from uniform
A scarce pair of red on green titles. Removed from uniform but good condition.
A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider (fixed off cente)
A good unissued example VGC.
A good die-stamped brass example on slider. County Arms (Shield charged with six Martlets) resting on "Sussex VTC" scroll. (KK 1681)
A rare die-cast example, with Firmin, London tablet to reverse. Retaining both blades, these with cracks to the base.
A fine die-stamped white metal example on slider. As regulars but ?Ubique? scroll inscribed ?Volunteers?
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.
Red sans-serif letters embroidered on Navy felt. Removed from uniform, minor wear
A good padded example. Slight service wear
Slight moth nips
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.
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