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A scarce S.O.E. Parachute qualified wing, paper backing, padded and in good condition.
Measures 4" x 1 1/4"
Here is a British Paratrooper wing, embroidered on a hessian backing, some age and wear.
An embroidered British Glider Pilot wing in near mint condition.
Established in 1942 the Army Air Corps Regiment was responsible for training and crewing the British Army's military gliders that saw action in the European campaign during WW2.
A 2nd Ranger Battalion embroidered cloth on wool title in good condition with a cheese cloth back.
Ranger battalions were officially activated in September 1943 and shipped to Great Britain where they were prepared for Operation Overlord.
On 6 June 1944, Dog, Easy, and Fox Companies, commanded by Lt. Colonel James Rudder, landed at Pointe du Hoc from LCA landing craft and specially modified DUKW "Ducks" operated by the Royal Navy. The 225 Rangers had set off from Britain to launch an assault upon the cliffs overlooking the English Channel. In order to augment the strength of the 2nd Battalion, members of what was formerly the 29th Rangers were assigned as well
Here is a scarce Parachute Regiment cap badge. Scarce early voided Kings Crown pattern. With lug fittings. Some wear.
A good original Para cap badge. Lug fittings one of which is slightly bend (would straighten) other than that it is a fine example.
WWII Kings Crown Para Regt cap badge with slider fitting. Age and wear.
Glider Badge, King's Own Royal Border Regiment Brass Regimental metal arm badge. Solid strike with black felt backing, back plate and lug fittings.
Some age and wear.
Glider Pilot Regiment cap badge, Kings Crown example with slider fitting. Used but in good condition and solid strike.
Here is a 1950's metal Parachute Jump Wing (Singapore Issue) with lug fittings in good condition.
Worn on No. 3 Tropical Dress brass wing was worn and is mainly attributed to The New Zealand SAS Squadron.
Measures 2 1/4" x 15/16"
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