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100% cotton British Airborne printed Pegasus patch repro. There are guidelines to aid sewing them down, just like you had to do with the originals.
This is a desert drill slide with heavy embroidery letters L.R.D.G. embroidered on. The slide is a little grubby but looks locally made. As the LRDG was disbanded in August 1945 but the war ended in May 1945 this may still have been around.
These are in excellent condition with 2 lugs and traces of polish to the rear, one lug is slightly bent up.
This is in worn but good condition. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_Reconnaissance_Regiment
This is in excellent condition and is a Corinthian Mask with sword through, silver and gold bullion hand embroidered on navy. More info:
These have been removed from a uniform and trimmed.
This is in excellent condition and is a white metal cap badge with 2 lugs and a white metal Yorkshire rose mounted to the centre.
49th Reconnaissance Regiment formed September 1942 in the 49th (West Riding) Division from the 29th and 148th Independent Reconnaissance Sqns, with the 1st Belgian Fusiliers as 'C' Sqn, later replaced by 24th (Guards) Independent Reconnaissance Squadron
This is in very good but grubby condition and is a silver wire dagger with blue bullion wire wings all outlined in red with black highlights. There is a white felt (very dirty) scroll bordered in red bullion wire with black silk wording. It is all on a black felt shield with a black material backing.
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