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WW2 GQ Parachutist badge

WW2 GQ Parachutist badge

One of the first awards given to newly qualified parachutists.

Code: 16104

40.00 GBP


IRAQI REPUBLICAN GUARD BERET GULF WAR

IRAQI REPUBLICAN GUARD BERET GULF WAR

IRAQI REPUBLICAN GUARD BERET GULF WAR SOUVENIR

Code: 16101

95.00 GBP


WW2 First Special Service Force patch

WW2 First Special Service Force patch

Hard to find in used, removed from uniform condition.

Code: 16100

Reserved


WW2 2nd SAS shoulder title

WW2 2nd SAS shoulder title

Rare example, removed from uniform.

Code: 16095

600.00 GBP


WW2 Parachute qualification badge

WW2 Parachute qualification badge

Light bulb qualification badge, removed from uniform.

Code: 16096

60.00 GBP


WW2 Parachute qualification badge

WW2 Parachute qualification badge

A bit of mystery but near identical manufacture to French made pieces of the era with the star beneath, absent here.

Code: 16097

150.00 GBP


WW2 Parachute qualification badge

WW2 Parachute qualification badge

A bit of mystery but near identical manufacture to French made pieces of the era with the star beneath, absent here.

Code: 16098

120.00 GBP


WW1 Royal Flying Corps Pilots’ wings

WW1 Royal Flying Corps Pilots’ wings

Collection of two Pilots’ wings obtained together, presumably from the same Officer and/or manufacturer. Now being sold together / will not split.

Lovely RFC example very delicate and elegant in design. Removed from uniform.

Rare khaki 1918 RAF example, unused.

I don’t remember seeing a better two examples!

Code: 16099

900.00 GBP


WW2 Parachutists Trousers

WW2 Parachutists Trousers

Rare 1945 Dated Special Pattern Battle Dress Trousers Issued to the British Paratroopers, the trousers which are complete with the original HIPPS (1931) Ltd label to the reverse which states “Trousers, Parachutists” and clear 1945 date and size marked No 5. The large front leg pocket with press stud brass fixing snaps being stamped “NEWEY PATT 201430-22”. The interior of the large pocket lined in a white cloth. The hip side pocket also lined in a white cloth. To the leg is pocket for the Fairbairn Sykes (F.S) knife with squared blackened brass press stud fasteners and button. Double rear pockets with exposed buttons. WD issue stamp to the inside with date letter “Z” for 1945. Overall the trousers remain in very good condition showing very little service wear, couple of small moth nips to the reverse. A very rare item of WW2 British uniform. See pages 130 - 137 of the reference book "Denison" by Bruce Wilson for details about these trousers and the fact the 1945 examples had the chamois pocket liners changed.

Further images on request.

£9000.

Code: 16093

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WW1 West Kent Volunteer Fencibles / VTC group

WW1 West Kent Volunteer Fencibles / VTC group

All found together, presumably the same original owner for all items.

Code: 16092

480.00 GBP