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A 1949 Patt. Parachute Regiment Uniform.
Excellent example of a '49 Patt B.D. Blouse dated 1949 with the insignia of a Private in the Parachute Regiment. Embroidered Parachute Regiment shoulder titles to both shoulders with printed Airborne forces insignia below. A good embroidered, wartime pattern jump qualification wing to the right arm with a good conduct stripe to the left arm. The size 10 blouse, Height 5' 9" to 5' 10", by Prices Tailors Ltd., has been tailored and altered to provide pleats and a crisper look and fit. In excellent condition with the exception of one small moth hole to rear, interior shows some sign of wear but is complete with label, inspection marks and an inked name.

Code: 8201Price:

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WW1 5th Territorial Battalion Cheshire Regiment shoulder title.
T / 5 / E.C. / CHESHIRE brass shoulder title used by the 5th Territorial Battalion (Earl of Chester's) Cheshire Regiment. Three loops to the reverse. Ref. Westlake 959. Scarce WW1 title.

Code: 8200Price: 68.00 GBP

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Hindenburg Cross for Widows and Parents.
An original Hindenburg Cross for Widows and Parents with correct ribbon. Magnetic example maker marked to reverse.The Hindenburg Cross was established by Field Marshal Paul von
Hindenburg, President of the Third Reich, in 1934,
and was awarded to the participants of the WW1 or their surviving relatives. Of the 8 million + awarded the cross for widows and parents represented under 10% of the total. Good, overall condition with some minor surface marking.

Code: 8199Price: 50.00 GBP

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Luftwaffe K-33 Flying Helmet.
A size 57, manufactured by Carl Heisler, Berlin. A simplified helmet without provision for radio equipment used by crews who didn't need radio equipment or those in training. Has provision for 3-strap oxygen masks having flat hooks to either side and an integral forehead strap. This example is in dark brown goatskin leather with lambswool lining. The leather is supple with little obvious wear and no damage . Lining has minor wear at the nape of the neck and forehead. Excellent example.

Code: 8198Price: 155.00 GBP

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RAF Operations Room Raid Block Markers.
Very scarce, original RAF Plotting Room markers for use in the ' raid Block '. This displayed all mid raid information when used with plotting arrows on an Ops room plotting table and gave the controller all current information at a glance. This grouping includes Raid identity, hostile and height indicators. ( SEE last images for explanation of these ).

Code: 8197Price: 195.00 GBP

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WW1 Minenwerfer-Kompagnie Dog Tag.
WW1 German, zinc dog tag for a member of 408 Minenwerfer-Kompagnie. Tag named to a Wilhelm Losekamm who was originally a member of Ers.Pi Batl 11 and was transferred, probably in 1916 when the unit was formed to M.W.K.408 which has been hand punched to the lower half of the tag. Probably excavated but in good, solid condition with clearly legible details. M.W.K.unit dog tags are less common than other units.

Code: 8196Price: 45.00 GBP

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WW2 British ' Plastic ' Intelligence Corps Cap Badge.
A good, crisp example of a WW2 British Intelligence Corps Cap Badge produced in an early form of plastic ( cellulose acetate ). No manufacture details to reverse, both brass blades intact and undamaged.

Code: 8195Price: 68.00 GBP

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WW1 '08 Pattern Webbing Bayonet Frog with Helve Strap.
A good used example of a WW1 '08 Pattern Webbing Bayonet Frog with Helve Strap. Dated 1918 and marked ' M.E. Co ' indicating manufacture by the Mills Equipment Company, this example demonstrates the final wartime pattern, omitting the brass reinforcing rivets which were replaced by diagonal lines of stitching. Blancoed to the front face with untreated reverse.

Code: 8194Price:

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Escape compass
Small 15mm compass intended to be concealed or used as part of an escape kit. Brass cased compass, of British manufacture, black painted body, undamaged glass. Devised by M.I.9 the department charged with facilitating the escape of British Prisoners of War. In good, working order.
2 available

Code: 8193Price: 45.00 GBP

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War Merit Cross 2nd Class Without Swords In Packet of Issue.
War Merit Cross 2nd class medal without swords ,still in its original paper packet of issue, still wrapped in original tissue paper and with a mint condition ribbon. The medal is ringstamped '1' having been made by Deschler & Sohn. Deschler & Sohn, Munchen 9 is printed to the reverse of the titles packet. Difficult to upgrade.

Code: 8192Price: 50.00 GBP

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