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Korea grouping including an Korean made used subdued Imjin Scouts patch, two Tabs, A matching pair of Navy Cuff patches and a Korea Command patch.
Sold as a lot
Folding Mess Kit Knife and Spoon in good good condition Missing the fork?
Measures 3 3/4" closed and 6 1/2" open.
Came in with the first aid kit and wrist compass.
Iraqi Most Wanted Playing Cards pack. Un-opend full set. The highest-ranking cards, starting with the aces and kings, were used for the people at the top of the most-wanted list. The ace of spades is Saddam Husayn, the aces of clubs and hearts are his sons Qusay and Uday respectively, and the ace of diamonds is Saddam's presidential secretary Abid Hamid Mahmud al-Tikriti.
Whistle 1940 dated and marked with the Broad arrow stamp, Maker marked Adie Bros Birmingham.
Cartoon book based on the Falklands Campaign 1982
60 cartoons. Published by Blandford Press by Royal Marine Veterans who donated a percentage of the royalties to Armed Forces charities.
A 1950's Signals Officer Cap in very good condition, no damage or moth some light service wear.
Sized at a 7 1/4"
A good used original Officers Sam Brown Belt, some service wear.
National Guard Recruiter Breast badge in box of issue, please note one of the three clutch posts is missing. Marked LS GI
Here is a lot of three unusual items:-
1. An unopened pack of Camel cigarettes bearing the seal of the President of the United States with the caption "Welcome Aboard Air Force One" the Presidents aircraft.
2. Air Force One match book with the presidents seal complete and un-used.
3. A pack of five Players cigarettes compliments of BOAC. (British Overseas Airways Corp now British Airways)
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