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War Merit Cross with Swords 1st calls. The back of the pin is marked 62 for Kerbach & Osterhelt of Dresden. Comes in its original case.
A good example of the War Merit Cross 1st class without swords, marked 1 on pin for Descheler & Sohn, in excellent condition.
A Pat 40 Battle Dress Blouse Size No 1 in great condition - there is no date on the actual makers label (R.S.D.) however there is a stamp G 1941 V cancelled out. Insignia for the 3rd Division Infantry with Bren Gun qualification patch and wearing a black lanyard around the left shoulder.
Height 5' 3" to 5' 4"
Breast 32" to 33"
Waist 28" to 29"
Battle Dress Blouses Serge - by Workman Uniform Co. Ltd Montreal 1944 Size 9.
5' 7' to 5' 8"
Insignia for - Captain - Queens A.C.F. with medal bar for the Burma Gallantry Medal
Battledress Blouse 1940 Pattern. Size No. 10. Height 5.9-5.10". Breast 36-37" Waist 31-32" Made by Clarence Clothing Co. Ltd Belfast 1944. Insignia present; pair of commando titles, combined operations patch & Polish shoulder titles. Officers epaulette in the rank of 2nd Lieutenant (British pips) arm brassard with whistle chain.
Note - One of the Poland titles appears to be a later version (copy or replacement)
This is a beautifully tailored Flying Officer's jacket in excellent condition, no cost spared on this. Made by prestigious tailor William Anderson & Sons Ltd Edinburgh & Glasgow. By appointment to the late King George V. Owners name R. D. Methven or Methuen?. Esq 4439. B. and dated Aug. 1942. Worthy of further research.
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