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A 1960's 82nd Airborne Support Battalion patch in good condition fully embroidered.
A post war occupation of US Army Berlin district patch in good condition Removed from album with some residue to the back.
A 1950's US Army occupation of Japan patch in good near mint, known sometimes as the mount Fuji patch.
Original era manufacture. MacArthur's headquarters, cotton embroidered patch with a blue flag and yellow lettering. Normal age and wear and in good condition.
Original era manufacture. MacArthur's headquarters, cotton embroidered patch with a purple flag and yellow lettering. Normal age and wear and in good condition.
Have several in stock.
A post war SHAEF Berlin patch, one piece fully embroidered, removed from uniform and in good condition.
Here is a Free French Forces patch who were training in the US. I have two in near mint condition, fully embroidered good strong colours.
WWII Medic Arm band in used condition with wear and is grubby to the front.
Measure 17" when laid out x4" deep.
A British made SHAEF sleeve patch in good condition, removed from uniform.
Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF was the headquarters of the Commander of Allied forces in north west Europe, from late 1943 until the end of World War II. U.S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower was the commander in SHAEF throughout its existence.
A 4th Army patch with some age and wear.
The Fourth United States Army has no combat record. It remained in the Continental United States during World War II, largely responsible for the defense of the West Coast while training tactical units to operate efficiently in combat when allocated to the various battlefront field armies of the United States.
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