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Good scarce short lived example on three loops
Good scarce example on three loops
Good scarce die-cast bronze eagle on 105 marked finial. Blades
Good scarce khaki cotton example bearing black LDV. Some service wear and folds.
The Local Defence Volunteers were in being from May to July 1940. On 31st July 1940 the name changed to the Home Guard.
Good scarce patch bearing printed HOME GUARD title over brown square over printed COL over printed 35. Removed from battledress.
Worn by a Sergeant J.H. Horton, a member of the Admin Section, HQ Company at Hackney
Good die-stamped brass Rose resting on laurel sprays bearing WINCHESTER scroll. Loops
Good Divisional Sanitary Engineers example on three loops. Minor service wear
Good example on three loops
A good example on three loops. HQ Winchester
Good injection-moulded grey plastic larel sprays bearing HAMPSHIRE scroll; Tiger over Rose to voided centre. Brass blades
Good die-stamped brass crowned APC cypher. Slider
Good die stamped brass crowned laurel sprays; ADC to voided centre. Slider
Good die-stamped brass crowned Garter resting in laurel sprays and superimposed on star; ASC cypher to voided centre. Slider
Good die-stamped brass crowned laurel sprays; white metal AVC to voided centre. Slider
Good die-stamped brass crowned laurel sprays resting on MILITARY POLICE scroll; GvR to voided centre. Slider
Good die-stamped brass crowned Garter resting in laurel sprays bearing ROYAL ENGINEERS scroll; GvR cypher to centre. Slider
Good example by A.Stanley & Sons, Walsall. Two brass blades to reverse
A good example on original brass blades retaing red felt backing
Good yellow six pointed star embroidered on black square. Removed from uniform
Good white gateway on green and waves embroidered on black edged green disc. Removed from uniform
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