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An Airborne Division "Pegasus Bellerophon" badge in bullion thread on black wool, some age and tarnishing.
Large size at 4" wide by 4 3/8" tall
A Queens Crown Parachute Regiment badge in bullion thread on black wool, some age and tarnishing.
Screaming Eagles 101st Airborne patch with separate Arc/tab, good period pieces, removed from uniform with slight wear.
Normandy (with arrowhead);
Rhineland (with arrowhead);
A unusual theatre made (possibly India) Airborne Formation Sign patch, wool embroidered and embellished with bullion thread on the hooves, eyes and spear. Some wear.
A good original Parachute title in unused and near mint condition.
A post war Glider sleeve patch, padded and in used condition, removed from uniform with service wear.
Here is a late 40's Airborne Beret to the Glider Pilot Regiment in good used condition, some service wear by Hobson size 6 7/8". Name tape stitched inside is S.F.Cooper. The Gilder Pilot Regiment badge is maker marked by J.R.Gaunt London and a pad has been stitched to the inside of the lining.
Note image 2 shows up light red but it is maroon.
Attributed to Sir Coles John Child, 2nd Baronet (1906-1971)
Here is a private purchase 1950's Airborne beret made by the Ammo Company. Bullion Queens Crown Brigadier Rank to the front and padded in the inside. Name tape stitched into the head lining "St John Child Bart 1Batt. CG" In used condition with service wear.
A rare U.S. Paratrooper 48 Star sleeve ID Flag.
This example is printed on gauze material.
Measures 7 3/4" x 4 3/8"
A Glider Pilot Regiment cap badge, Kings Crown, lug fittings, not maker marked.
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