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Briton Brush Co Warranted Bristle & Horsehair
Stamped 1943 & crows foot.
A untouched helmet with the Irish Army 2nd Eastern Brigade flash painted on the front. The Mk II helmet is marked RO&CO for manufacturer Ruby Owen & Co dated 1941. The liner is marked Size 7 Mk II 1941 J & AJB. Fitted with a Mk III chin strap.
A pair of 455, 456, 457 and 458 The Light Artillery shoulder titles, quite rare but rarer still to come across a matching pair. Embroidered yellow thread on a black felt background, these have clearly been worn and removed from their original uniform hence little grubby
A good example of the Pegasus Patch belonging to the 1st - 6th Airborne. The patch has a heavily embroidered Pegasus in light blue cotton (faded) on a maroon background. This has been worn and removed from its original uniform.
A painted version of the 6th Armoured Brigade patch. The painted being more sort after, This has been removed from uniform and shows signs of wear, however colour remain bright.
This is a matching pair of woven BOAR patches. These have been removed from uniform but are in great condition with colours nice and bright.
A really good matching pair of printed A.L.F.S.E.A patches. These have been removed from their original uniform. Normally these patches are found faded due to the sun, however the colours on this pair remain bright.
Known as the 'forgotten army', this is a beautifully wire embroidered patch. This was 'possibly' made for an officer and fitted to a bush his bush hat.
WW2 Lancs and Border District & North Western District Formation matching patches. Both printed patches are in good condition and colours bright. bright.
An pair of mint unused printed cloth patches for G.H.Q. Troops of the 21st Army Group.
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