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A good Enlisted Para/Glider Artillery cap badge in good used condition with some service wear.
Here is a variation of a 101st Airborne patch. Embroidered on wool, removed from uniform comes with a new Airborne tab.
A scarce Officer's Glider Artillery/ Engineer garrison cap badge. Embroidered twill with a cheese cloth back.
A Good used EM Glider Artillery cap badge, fully embroidered.
A good period original Enlisted Artillery Glider garrison cap badge, embroidered on twill, with a cheese cloth backing.
A good original Parachute Infantry cap patch, used and removed from cap some fading. Embroidered on twill with a cheese cloth back.
Measures 1 3/4"
A good original patch with separate tab.in near mint condition.
XVIII Airborne Corps, a part of the Maj Gen Lewis H. Brereton's First Allied Airborne Army. After operation Market Garden the division was shipped to France and then Belgium to fight in the Ardennes during the Battle of the Bulge. The 17th gained its first Medal of Honor during its time fighting in the Ardennes, and was then withdrawn to Luxembourg to prepare for an assault over the River Rhine. In March 1945, the division participated in its first, and only, airborne operation, dropping alongside the British 6th Airborne Division as a part of Operation Varsity, where it gained three more Medals of Honor. The division then advanced through Northern Germany until the end of World War II.
A good original one piece 101st Airborne patch, used and removed from uniform, with some service wear to the front. During World War II, it was renowned for its role in Operation Overlord the D-Day landings and airborne landings on 6 June 1944, in Normandy, France, Operation Market Garden, the liberation of the Netherlands and, perhaps most famously, its action during the Battle of the Bulge around the city of Bastogne, Belgium.
A matching pair of U.S. Army Special Forces Insignia.
Clutch back fittings with a frosted finish to the back.
Silver grip on the dagger.
Slight variation to 54265
Very rare Un-official 1st Allied Airborne Task Force Para Wing for the invasion of Southern France. Maker marked Firmin London in sterling silver with a pin back fixing.
Measures 1 3/8" x 7/8"
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