The following items can be found on the The Quartermaster's Store website , with full descriptions, photographs and prices. These Beach groups were composed of specialist units of the Army, Navy, and R. The naval element was made up of R. Recovery Section and Pioneer Companies. Beach groups first operated in the landings in Sicily. On 6th June , D Day, on the Normandy beaches beach-group troops landed with the assault troops and distinguished themselves in the establishment and maintenance of the beachhead.
Both badges are in a nice issued and removed from uniform. Minor toning to silver finish. Australian, Eastern Command New South Wales , s Embroidered Cloth Formation Signs - uncut pair Red and green flower machine embroidered on a grey blue background, uncut pair so in unissued condition, each circa 6cm square. A little grubby but generally good condition. Worn in the Persian Gulf - Each is circa 5cm across. As worn by other ranks. Westlake No refers. Sold to Phil A This badge was designed by J.
Wyon the famous medal designer who served as a private in the Corps. Unit raised as 38th Middlesex RV, renumbered 20th in Attached to Rifle Brigade in Edge fraying but has original paper backing.
Sold with RE service strip. Cap badge, possibly also worn as a collar badge, circa 1. Still attached to a piece of jungle green uniform and has age to it. Folded at one point. The 63rd were disbanded in Sharp detail with almost no wear to bonze finish.
Maker's tablet JR Gaunt London to reverse of crown. Circa 5cm tall and 4. Corbett page refers. Comm FB 7th Duke of Edinburgh Own Gurkha Rifles white metal cap badge A good quality voided die cast white metal example with two original square lugs to the reverse. In almost mint condition.
With suspension ring, circa 26mm in diameter and circa 8 grams in weight. Regret will only post to a UK address. He served as Commander in Chief of British forces in South Africa during the early months of the Second Boer War and subsequently commanded the army in Natal until his return to England in November Unissued condition with bright colouring.
Circa 6cm wide and 4. On the reverse is a cross of St Andrew and the dates In very good condition with no damage. Duke of Cornwall 's Light Infantry DCLI Valise Star Badge Large, stiff and heavy die struck in brassl, broad slider to rear as issued for wear on the valise or 'large pack', stamped with regimental number '' - the design was based on the old helmet plate.
Some service wear, but a lovely item. A minor mark to the enamel finish on one collar badge, otherwise enamel in good condition on both. Original backing plates and lugs. The enamel is in good condition. Fully functional and original pin fitting and c clasp to reverse. This is the variant with the non-voided centre.
Two original lugs to the reverse pinched. Slight twisting of badge from wear. Worn circa - No damage to lances or pennants. Two original lugs to the reverse. They are made from white metal and are in good condition with holding lugs undamaged and intact.
These are from the Gaunt Pattern Book Archive. Very good condition, sharp detail with original dark lugs. Removed from uniform, slightly faded from wear otherwise in good condition. Two original blades to the reverse. In very good condition with minor wear to black finish on the highpoints.
In excellent unissued condition. White embroidered on green. Some blue tack traces to reverse. In very good condition.
Comm GrH Jackdaw Primary Source Document Series No 37 - Assassination at Sarajevo 28 June Forget the internet, jazz up your village hall display or school project with the amazing primary source material in this "secret" dossier which was aimed at secondary school children in the s.
One careful owner me in fact! One small document 3b as had two file holes punched in it which have been reinforced I used in in a project file , content in good clean condition apart from my own name appearing on the folder and one document. Some of the documents fold out to quite a large size.
Lots of facsimiles of official correspondence and some photos. You can keep the internet - this is how to bring history alive! In the form of an heraldic lion, with original slider fitting to the reverse, stamped Firmin London. Renfrew et al Vol 1, No refers.
King 's Yorkshire Light Infantry KOYLI Officer 's Blue Patrol Jacket Matched Facing Pair of Collar Badges An attractive and heavy pair of bi metal three part construction facing collar badges with black leather backing cloths as worn by officer's circa - , on the blue patrol jacket, but also on tropical dress, with two original lugs to each.
Churchill No refers. Served in peacekeeping and counter insurgency operations against communists in the Far East just after WW2. With original slider to the reverse and the motto "Fight the Good Fight" on a tablet below a King's crown instead of "Celer et audax". Good condition with some signs of service wear. The Church Lads Brigade the Christian youth organisation cadets performed important duties on the Home Front such as firewatching, guarding reservoirs etc.
At that point the CLB dropped their former oval shaped cap badge and uniform and began to wear this variant of the KRRC cap badge and khaki field service dress. It looks like one of the lugs is a later replacement, otherwise in very good condition. Two original lugs to each. Some minor spotting to gilt but near mint condition.
It has a tri-part title scroll below and further motto scroll "Firm Though Few", the supporting shank with floral decoration, the reverse impressed with Sheffield silver hallmarks for and maker's details "GLtd. Malacca was a Malay enclave.
Renfrew et al, Vol 1, No depicts the collar badge for this unit which is identical to but a bit larger than the design at the top of the spoon. In good unissued condition. Circa 40mm tall by 27mm wide. Slight twist to one loop otherwise in excellent condition. This was a two battalion force which fought well in the doomed defence of Singapore.
After Japan's defeat it was revived and by the time of Independence in was seven battalions strong. Renfrew et al, Vol 1 No refers. Circa 13cm wide and 2. Davis No refers. Maker marked "Scully Ltd, Montreal " to the reverse. In very good condition with some tarnishing to the silver. Matching set of Intelligence Corps Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Titles A scarce pair of black on green cloth shoulder titles, with no damage, possibly unissued.
Comm GrH Northumberland Fusiliers NF facing pair of brass collar badges Facing pair note slight colour difference of Northumberland Fusiliers Other Rank's collar badges, with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse of each.
Some service wear evident but otherwise in good condition. In very good condition with minimal wear and a false bullion tall pattern collar badge, St George facing to the left two part construction with two original lugs. Circa 57 mm tall. Worn - In very good condition with minimal wear and a false bullion tall pattern collar badge, St George facing to the right, two part construction with two original lugs.
Circa 59 mm tall.