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This is in excellent condition and is a red saucepan with a black outline on olive twill with a khaki hessian backing. More info:
This is die stamped in excellent condition with 2 lugs N/S. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/63rd_(Royal_Naval)_Division
This is in excellent condition and is a die-stamped gilded brass flaming grenade, the ball bearing a VR cypher, reversed and interlaced. Original loops professionally replaced with a brooch pin.
This is in excellent condition complete with slider and is die-stamped brass crowned crossed Vickers machine guns with a white metal MMG below. Designed by Major Phillip W Jupe DSO
This is in excellent condition complete with loops, plate and split pin. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glamorgan_Yeomanry
This is in excellent condition and is a silvered flaming grenade mounted with Royal Arms and a gun bearing a mounted wheel and scroll reading QUO FAS ET GLORIA DUCUNT.
Reverse retains plume holder. One screw post,
This is in very good condition with 3 replacement loops and is a gilt flaming grenade, the ball mounted with a pierced crowned central gilt Rose. Below the Garter the White Horse of Hanover. The garter is on a blue enamel ground.
This is in excellent condition with 3 loops. It is a die-stamped white metal Royal Arms with scroll below inscribed 4th
Below the scroll, a gun resting on
LANCASHIRE ARTILLERY VOLUNTEERS scroll. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4th_Lancashire_Artillery_Volunteers
This is in excellent condition and is blue embroidery on red twill with a white backing. Stock photo. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/32_Engineer_Regiment_(United_Kingdom)
This is in excellent condition and is dark blue embroidery on red felt with a black material backing. A little more info:
113 Assault Engineer Regiment RE (TA)
1947: Formed (HQ at Birkenhead) as descendant of 622 (Cheshire) Field Sqn RE: the old 2 (Cheshire) Field Sqn RE, assigned 24 Engineer Group Seniority derived from 1 Cheshire Volunteers 1861
Assigned Squadrons: 622 and 623 Assault Sqns 622 and 623 Sqns
1949: 289 Field Sqn RE Formed and assigned 622, 623 and 289 Sqns
1956: 624 Crane Sqn Formed and assigned 622, 623, 624 and 289 Sqn
1956: Reorganized as 113 Army Engineer Regiment
1961: Reduced to 113 (Cheshire) Field Sqn RE.
All Sqns disbanded
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