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U.S. Army 3rd Armoured Ranger Pocket Hanger



A 3rd Armoured pocket hanger in good condition, clutch back fittings.

Code: 54628

10.00 GBP


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WWII Tank Destroyer Force Patch - Eight Wheel Version



A scarce eight wheel Tank Destroyers patch, fully embroidered and in good condition.

The tank destroyer battalion was a type of unit used by the United States Army during World War II. The unit was organized in one of two different forms—a towed battalion equipped with anti-tank guns, or a self-propelled battalion equipped with armored tank destroyers. U.S. Army doctrine held that tanks did not fight other tanks but supported infantry.

Code: 54604

30.00 GBP


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Post War U.S.Tank Destroyers Patch



A Tank Destroyers four wheel patch, fully embroidered and measures 3".

Have 4 in stock

Code: 54523

8.00 GBP


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WWII U.S. III Armoured Division Heavy



An early III Armored Division patch in mint un-issued condition. Fully embroidered in cotton thread.
The 3d AD arrived in the European Theatre on 15 September 1943, conducting pre-invasion training in the Liverpool and Bristol areas. It remained in Somerset, England until 24 June 1944, when it departed to partake in the Normandy operations.
Campaigns
Normandy
Northern France
Rhineland
Ardennes-Alsace
Central Europe

Code: 54078

15.00 GBP


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WWII U.S. Army 2nd Armoured Patch



A 2nd Armoured patch in good condition, used and removed from uniform.

Patton's 2nd Armored Division ("Hell on Wheels") was an armored division of the United States Army. The division played an important role during World War II in the invasions of North Africa and Sicily and the liberation of France, Belgium, and the Netherlands and the invasion of Germany.

Code: 54051

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WWII U.S.Army Tanker Patch


A good scarce fully embroidered Tanker patch in near mint condition.

Code: 53280

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WWII U.S. Army Armor Force Patch


Good near mint condition Armored Force patch.

I have three in stock

Code: 53128

8.00 GBP


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U.S.Army 1st Tank Battalion Patch


A good example of the 1st Armored patch, I have several in stock all good pieces. Nick name The Old Iron Sides.

The 1st Armored arrived in Northern Ireland on 16 May 1942, and trained on the moors until they moved on to England on 29 October 1942. The unit's first contact with an enemy was as part of the Allied invasion of Northwest Africa, Operation Torch. They fought in Sicily through Italy and Germany.

Code: 53158

10.00 GBP


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U.S.Army 3rd Tank Battalion Patch



A good 3rd Armored patch, used removed from uniform.

The first elements of the 3rd Armored in France saw combat on 29 June, with the division as a whole beginning combat operations on 9 July 1944. During this time, it was under the command of VII Corps and XVIII Airborne Corps for some time, and assigned to the First Army and the 12th Army Group for the duration of its career. They went on to fight across France, Belgium (Battle of the Bulge) Holland and Germany.

Code: 53156

10.00 GBP


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U.S.Army 4th Tank Battalion Patch


A good 4th Armored patch in used issued condition. Have three in stock they all differ slightly.

The 4th Armored Division of the United States Army was an Armored Division that earned distinction while spearheading for General Patton's Third Army in the European theater of World War II.

Battle of the Bulge
Two days after the Germans launched their Ardennes Offensive, the 4th AD entered the fight (18 December 1944), racing northwest into Belgium, covering 150 miles in 19 hours.[3] The 4th AD, spearheading for General Patton's Third Army, attacked the Germans at Bastogne and on 26 December, the 4th AD was the first unit (Company C, 37th Armored Battalion[5]) to breakthrough at Bastogne and relieve the besieged 101st Airborne Division.

The 4th Armored, unlike most other U.S. armored divisions during World War II, didn't officially adopt a nickname for the division during the war. However, their unofficial nickname "Name Enough" came to be years after the war due to the 4th Armored Division commander who trained them during the war having stated back then, that, "Fourth Armored Division was name enough"; "They shall be known by their deeds alone".

Code: 53155

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