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This is in worn but excellent condition. More info:
This is in worn and faded condition. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/12th_Signal_Brigade
This is in excellent condition and is white embroidered wings in a triangle on a black felt triangle with a waxed hessian backing. More info:
Air Formation Signals Regiments were Army resources deployed in support of the RAF and were usually jointly manned by Army and RAF signallers. A regiment comprised a number of specialist sub-units (troops) for operating (wireless and line), line construction, maintenance, and despatch riders. Following the experience of the 1940 campaign (where two AFSR were deployed, one each for the Air Component and the Advanced Air Striking Force), one regiment was provided for each fifteen squadrons in an air force in an overseas theatre, plus one regiment in theatre reserve. The regiments were of three main types. First was the 'functional', which served for example a Tactical or a Coastal Forces air force. Second was an 'area' unit which served headquarters and communications centres. Third was a construction unit involved in the build-up and maintenance of long lines, often working in conjunction with Lines of Communication units. By the end of the Second World War some 24 AFS Regiments had been formed. Nine operated in the Mediterranean theatre, seven raised locally and two sent out with First Army for the North Africa campaign. Eight regiments were deployed for the campaign in North West Europe (1944-45) and a further seven in India and the Far East, one of which had been sent out from the UK.
This is in worn but excellent condition with folded edges. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Army_Group_Royal_Artillery
This is in excellent condition and has card support. Possibly post war c1944-1960s as later examples were silk embroidered and the more modern have merrowed edges. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Army_Group_Royal_Artillery
This is in excellent condition. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Army_Group_Royal_Artillery
This is unworn but has frayed edges.
RAOC - Royal Army Ordnance Corps
AER - Army Emergency Reserve
This is in well worn and ironed condition and is a Queens Crown on a split light blue and dark blue with a Commonwealth scroll below. It has a tape backing for support.
This is in excellent condition. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/22nd_Armoured_Brigade_(United_Kingdom)
This is unworn. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3rd_Infantry_Brigade_(United_Kingdom)
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