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  • WW1 BRITISH KITCHENER NEW ARMY RECRUIT BADGE

    A rare badge appertaining the Kitchener’s New Army Recruits, being a badge for the ‘New Bristol Battalion’ The Gloucestershire Regt. This badge would have been issued to a new volunteer for a new ‘Bristol Battalion’ serving within the Gloucestershire Regt. Some slight rusting under the celluloid face, but otherwise in excellent condition. A very rare badge ! In the early stages of the Kitchener new army recruiting scheme lapel

    £250.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 67TH DIVISION WATCH FOB

    A Good watch chain fob as issued to 67th Division men who had enlisted for recreational training in 1918 Good untouched unpolished condition. No engraved details to reverse centre.

    £35.00
  • WW1 VINTAGE LIVERPOOL SCOTTISH BONNET / POUCH BADGE

    An excellent un-touched other ranks Liverpool Scottish multi piece construction bonnet / Pouch badge. White metal now grubby in un-touched / polished condition. Reverse with two screw fitting posts. No maker details.

    £40.00
  • WW1 ALL BRASS ECONOMY MIDDLESEX REGT. CAP BADGE

    WW1 all brass economy other ranks Middlesex Regt. cap badge. Good untouched badge. Single blade reverse slider. No maker details.

    £26.00
  • WW1 BRITISH SIGNALLER SLEEVE INSIGNIA

    A good used, removed from a tunic cloth company signaller’s sleeve trade patch. Shows honest service wear, being moth and damage free. Now a hard trade patch to find from this vintage.

    £45.00
  • MACHINE GUN CORPS 2ND BATTALION MEDAL

    An un-issued condition 2nd Battalion Machine Gun Corps medal most popularly issued in shooting competitions. Excellent damage free condition with no issue details to reverse (see images).

    £45.00
  • “THEIRS IS THE GLORY” PREMIERE SOUVENIR ALUMINIUM TICKET

    A very nice (old framed) Premiere ticket as given at the first screening of the Arnhem feature film account ‘Theirs is the Glory’. Ticket as made from crashed gliders mounted in an old oak frame along with a WW2 period Airborne sleeve wing. Both items are crudely mounted on A4 paper with crude descriptive text accompanying the items. The frame does open and the content can be removed. Nice