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This is a full set, uniform removed of shoulder titles and location and battalion number badges.
These are in excellent condition and are solid brass curved examples with lugs, brass plates and split pins. The plate has 2 central holes so may have had numbers to the centre.
This is in worn but very good condition.
This is in excellent condition and is complete with pin backing. It is marked on the rear 'STG SIL' and is 48 x 43mm.
This is a grubby, canvas outer with a piece of brown ticking material and 2 ties. It has the number 809374 printed on .
These are in very good condition as follows:
Large size, enamelled brass by Harris Ltd Glasgow buttonhole fixing
Small size, enamelled brass with brooch fitting
This is a working whistle by:
J Hudson & Co
Some of the white metal is rubbed exposing the brass.
It has a weathered double strand lanyard in red and grey. (These are the colours of QARANC (Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps) so may have been used by a nurse in a hospital? or a male ARP person who had a hospital in his 'patch' and used a QARANC lanyard (or was given one) no provenance just pure conjecture!)
Nice item all the same even if a little weather beaten.
Rare original Second World War era believed Cornish / Cornwall LDV / Home Guard issue ' River Patrol ' uniform patch. This is in heavy embroidery on blue twill with yellow 'RP' and white boat emblem on stylised blue waves with a black material backing. Has a fold from storage.
This is in excellent condition and is enamelled, bi-metal with a pin backing. This is a small version.
This is in excellent condition
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