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Machine-embroidered in white on green. Mint un-issued condition after a stock of these was found in a long forgotten redundant QM stores.
Equal opposite gold and silver wire hand-embroidered collar badges in excellent unworn condition.
Set of Infantry insignia for a Feldwebel consisting of a pair of white piped silver woven collar-patches and a pair of Feldwebel's white-piped slip-on shoulder-straps. Excellent condition.
Grey shoulder straps with subdued tress for an Unteroffizier with a grey spade emblem on each, complete with grey plastic combat-kit buttons.
The reverse has slip-on tongues for attachment to the uniform. Excellent condition.
Stamped brass and coloured light blue (Swedish colours) 40mm wide 'FOA' cap-badge with four stitch holes for attaching to a cap. Scarce badge. The FOA operated between 1945 and 2000 and were one of the leading weapons & defence research organisations.
Nice HJ nickel buckle with no maker's marks on what I believe may be a restored Wehrmacht belt. The belt leather is in great supple condition but has had half-a-dozen holes punched in near each end. These however have been filled/restored and the belt has had some other conservation work done to return it to a very acceptable condition. I assume it may have been intended to be a so-called 'hate belt' at some point but the owner gave up !!.
Machine embroidered on field-grey. Nice un-issued condition.
Excellent un-issued condition after a stock of these was found in a long forgotten redundant QM store
Machine-woven black & red bull on yellow background with merrowed edge.
Published in 1984 to commemorate 125 years of Army Cadets (1860-1985). This 26-page A4 sized soft-back publication is complete with 23 coloured postcard size prints of uniforms throughout the cadets' history and includes illustrations of badges as well as a detailed history of the cadets and their activities. Excellent clean condition.
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