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British WD Parachute Regiment Red Beret With Queen’s Crown Regiment Badge Size 57 & Post WW2 British WD Camouflaged Denison Smock Size 1 With Para Jump Wings By H.E. Textiles Ltd . Sn 15433 - 15433
This iconic Parachute Regiment Red Beret is in excellent undamaged condition with all material clean and intact. It is mounted with the original metal Queen’s Crown Parachute Regiment winged badge. The rear of the badge has the correct mounts and brass back plate with pin. The crown of the beret has a clean label with WD stores code and 57 size (all illustrated). It is approx UK size 6. The original British Para Camouflaged Denison Smock has elasticated cuffs, tail flap, full zip and stud fasteners. One sleeve is mounted with blue and white embroidered Para jump wings. The smock has a clean label inside the body with post WW2 WD stores codes, size and manufacturer detail (illustrated). All material and stitching are clean and in very good condition. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15433
£475.00

British WW2 1942 Airborne Paratrooper R.A.M.C. (Royal Army Medical Corps) Combat Paramedic’s Battle Dress Uniform & Red Beret. Sn 14930. - 14930
This is an excellent and rare to find, fully badged WW2 RAMC (Royal Army Medical Corps) uniform. It is complete, original and came direct from the family of the Para who wore it during WW2. It consists of a Sgt’s battle dress blouson jacket, shirt, trousers and original WW2 airborne red beret. The blouse is badged with RMAC titles, the Pegasus formation patch, airborne title and Sgt’s chevrons on both sleeves. One sleeve has the blue and white para jump wings. The chest is mounted with its WW2 era medal bar. The inside of the jacket has a clean WD label with size & manufacturer information 1942 date and contemporary ink written name ‘Archer’. The shirt is stamped with WD mark and CWS together with number 6. The trousers carry a stamp of ‘Q over arrow D’ over ‘665’. The lining of the beret is ink stamped by the manufacturer ‘Jalpotex Ltd 15’ and is date stamped 1945 together with size 7 ¾ and WD arrow. The beret is mounted with small beret size King’s Crown RAMC badge. All labels and stamps are illustrated. All material of the uniform is clean. This WW2 uniform is worthy of further research and is as with all of our stock is guaranteed 100% original. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14930.
£1,450.00

British Coldstream Guards Sergeant’s Grey Winter Great Coat. U 127 - U 127
The Coldstream Guards are one of the 5 Foot Guards Regiments in the British Army Household Division - the personal troops of Her Majesty the Queen. Formed in 1650 as part of the New Model Army during the English Civil War, the Coldstream Guards swore allegiance to King Charles II in 1660 and has guarded the country's monarchs since. The Regiment’s anniversary is 23rd April (St George’s Day). The Regiment has fought in every major conflict involving British troops since their creation. Their Uniform includes a prominent Red plume on the right side of their bearskin headwear (each of the Foot Guards Regiments i.e. Grenadier, Scots, Welsh, Irish & Coldstream are identified by different coloured plumes (except Scots who wear no plume) & different button, collar and shoulder badge designs / configurations. This current issue Coldstream Guards Sergeants Grey Winter Great Coat is in excellent condition. The heavy grey serge material has all of the correct gilt metal Guards garter star buttons on the body and epaulettes. The coat has 2 large flap pockets and reinforced panels at the shoulders. The large collar has the correct hooks and the rear has the correct pleats. The sleeves have the correct large cuffs. The right sleeve has the correct Sgts red and black cloth patch chevron insignia. The green material lining is clean and has just small areas of service wear consistent with parade use and has the correct integral grey serge belts. The lining has a hanging loop and clean printed label with size and stores codes (illustrated). The price includes UK delivery. U 127 (NB A Coldstream Guards Red Tunic & Coldstream Guards Bearskin Both In Similar Excellent Condition Are Available Separately On Our Website)
£250.00

MINT British Coldstream Guards Sergeant’s Red Dress Tunic. Sn 15305 - 15305
The Coldstream Guards are one of the 5 Foot Guards Regiments in the British Army Household Division - the personal troops of Her Majesty the Queen. Formed in 1650 as part of the New Model Army during the English Civil War, the Coldstream Guards swore allegiance to King Charles II in 1660 and has guarded the country's monarchs since. The Regiment’s anniversary is 23rd April (St George’s Day). The Regiment has fought in every major conflict involving British troops since their creation. Their Uniform includes a prominent Red plume on the right side of their bearskin headwear (each of the Foot Guards Regiments i.e. Grenadier, Scots, Welsh, Irish & Coldstream are identified by different coloured plumes (except Scots who wear no plume) & different button, collar and shoulder badge designs / configurations. This current issue Coldstream Guards Sergeants Red Dress Tunic is in near mint condition. The vivid red tunic has has the correct Guards buttons correctly spaced in pairs for the Coldstream Guards. The Epaulettes carry the correct embroidered Coldstream Guards White Roses and the collar with hooks has the correct embroidered Garter Stars. All of the tunic’s Guards gilt metal Garter Star buttons are present and marked on the back by the manufacturer ‘Firmin’. The tunic also has the correct red plastic button at the waist to allow wearing of a belt and brass belt hooks. The rear of the tunic and cuffs have all of their Regimental buttons and piped detail. The right sleeve has the correct Sgts tapes. The cream quilted lining is undamaged and has just light areas of staining consistent with parade use. The lining has a clean printed label with size and stores codes (all illustrated). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15305 (NB A Coldstream Guards Grey Winter Coat & Coldstream Guards Bearskin Both In Similar Excellent Condition Are Available Separately On Our Website)
£375.00

Post WW2 Palestine Service British WD Kings Own Regt Battledress Blouson Jacket Campaign Medal Ribbons, Para Jump Wings, Lewis Gunner/ Marksman Badges, Shirt, Tie, Trousers & Service Record Pte 14816357 K.W. Jamison. Sn 15113 - 15113
This is an excellent original Khaki , Parachute Regiment Battledress Blouson Tunic & Trousers which belonged to a Paratrooper who served in WW2 and later post war in Palestine (other Para uniform to the same Paratrooper worn by him in WW2 is available separately our stock numbers Sn 15114 & Sn 15115). The jacket has front flap pockets with buttons and adjustable waistband with buckle. It is clean & undamaged, all stitching and buttons are intact. The sleeves are mounted with correct red shoulder titles with Kings Own in white. The right sleeve also has the correct embroidered Parachute Regiment 'Jump Wings' (see pages 168 to 183 of British Airborne Insignia by Lock & pages 97 to 110 of For King & Country by Glenn) one sleeve also has Lewis gunner & marksman badges. The jacket is also mounted with the Soldier’s campaign medal ribbons mounted for wear. The inside of the jacket has an ink stamps ‘WD 903’. One of the top pockets of the jacket contains the Soldier’s original WD service document which accompanies this uniform. It is approx. UK size chest 36 to 37”. Also included is the Soldier’s clean and undamaged, uniform serge shirt complete with all buttons, service tie which is clean but has areas of wear & uniform trousers. The trousers have manufacturer’s NSM stamps. The trousers have open top slit side pockets, flap rear pockets with buttons and adjustment tabs with buckles. The trousers are clean and undamaged and intact. The Uniform has no mothing. The price for this uniform worthy of further research re the Paratrooper's service includes UK delivery Sn 15113
£445.00

WW2 Era, British WD Parachute Regiment Battledress Jacket By CT & AFA With Campaign Medal Ribbons, Para Jump Wings, Pegasus Formation Patch, Shirt, Tie & 1954 Dated 1949 Pattern WD Trousers To Pte 14816357 K.W. Jamison - 15115
This is an excellent original WW2, Khaki , Parachute Regiment Battledress Blouson Tunic & Trousers which belonged to a Paratrooper who served in WW2 and later post war in Palestine (other Para uniform to the same Paratrooper worn by him in WW2 & Palestine is available separately our stock numbers Sn 15113 & Sn 15114). The jacket has front flap pockets with buttons and adjustable waistband with buckle. It is clean & undamaged, all stitching and buttons are intact. The sleeves are mounted with correct WW2 Red & Blue Cloth 'Pegasus' patches, correct WW2 blue cloth bars with designation 'Parachute Regiment' in black. The right sleeve also has the correct WW2 embroidered Parachute Regiment 'Jump Wings' (see pages 168 to 183 of British Airborne Insignia by Lock & pages 97 to 110 of For King & Country by Glenn). The jacket has shoulder tapes to the epaulettes. It is also mounted with the Soldier’s campaign medal ribbons mounted for wear. The inside of the jacket has an ink stamps ‘WD 930’ and manufacturer mark ‘CT & AFA’. It is approx. UK size chest 36 to 37”. Also included is the Soldier’s clean and undamaged, uniform serge shirt complete with all buttons, service tie which is clean but has areas of wear & uniform trousers. The trousers have a crisp WD Bloom Ltd label (illustrated in image 2). The trousers have open top slit side pockets, flap rear pockets with buttons and adjustment tabs with buckles. The trousers are clean and undamaged and intact. The Uniform has no mothing. The price for this WW2 uniform worthy of further research re the Paratrooper's service includes UK delivery. Sn 15115
£495.00

WW2 1943 Dated, British WD Parachute Regiment Battledress Jacket By Strathcona Mfg Co With Campaign Medal Ribbons, Lanyard, Para Jump Wings, Pegasus Formation Patch & 1945 Dated WD Trousers By SRJP Ltd To Pte 14816357 K.W. Jamison - 15114
This is an excellent original WW2, Khaki , Parachute Regiment Battledress Blouson Tunic & Trousers to a named Paratrooper who served in WW2 and later post war in Palestine (other Para uniform to the same Paratrooper worn by him in WW2 & Palestine is available separately our stock numbers Sn 15115 & Sn 15113). The jacket has front flap pockets with buttons and adjustable waistband with buckle. It is clean & undamaged, all stitching and buttons are in tact. The sleeves are mounted with correct WW2 Red & Blue Cloth 'Pegasus' patches, correct WW2 blue cloth bars with designation 'Parachute Regiment' in black. The right sleeve also has the correct WW2 embroidered Parachute Regiment 'Jump Wings' (see pages 168 to 183 of British Airborne Insignia by Lock & pages 97 to 110 of For King & Country by Glenn). The jacket has an original plaited lanyard and shoulder tapes to the epaulettes. It is also mounted with the Soldier's WW2 campaign medal ribbons mounted for wear. The inside of the jacket has an ink stamp ‘Battle Dress Blouses Serge Size No 10 Height 5’ 9” & 10” Breast 36 to 37” Strathcona Garment Mfg Co Montreal 1943’ and contemporary ink hand writing ‘6357 Jamison’(Pte 14816357 K.W. Jamison). The trousers have a printed ink stamp "Battle Dress Trousers Serge Size No.9 Ht 5’ 7” to 5’8” Waist 34 to 35 Breech 40 to 41 SRJP Ltd May’. The trousers have open top slit side pockets and all original buttons. The trousers are clean and undamaged and intact. The Uniform has no mothing. The price for this WW2 uniform worthy of further research re the Paratrooper's service includes UK delivery. Sn 15114
£795.00

SOLD SOLD (19/06) VERY RARE, MUSEUM FIND Original, WW1 British WD Durham Light Infantry Corporal’s Service Dress Jacket With Correct Insignia, Shoulder Titles, Formation Patches & KC Buttons . U 126 - U 126
The Durham Light Infantry (DLI) was an Infantry Regiment of the British Army from 1881 to 1968. During the First World War the DLI raised 43 Battalions with 22 seeing active service overseas - on the Western Front, in Italy, Egypt, Salonika and India. This is an excellent condition, original British WD Durham Light Infantry Corporal’s Service Dress Jacket recently acquired from a Yorkshire Museum. The jacket has all of the correct WW1 features including stand and fall collar, 5 brass KC general service buttons, cloth reinforcements over the shoulder area and shoulder straps, interior open top pocket with sealed wound patch / dressing (these pockets and dressings were discontinued after WW1) and 4 flap pockets with KC buttons, the top 2 having pleat / strips (see page 18 of World War 1 British Army by Bull) . The jacket has brass ‘Durham’ shoulder titles epaulettes with KC brass badges , Corporal stripes and yellow circle stitched formation patches. The cuffs of the jacket have metal overseas service bars and it appears that wound titles have been removed from the other cuff. The jacket has the correct paper label inside the body. The label has perished and is unreadable. The jacket also has WD with arrow ink stamp (all illustrated). The jacket is clean and undamged with all material intact and no mothing. The jacket is approx. UK size 36” chest. The price for this very rare piece of British WW1 uniform includes UK delivery. NB. AS WITH ALL OF OUR STOCK THIS ITEM IS GUARANTEED 100% ORIGINAL. U 126
£0.00

Original, British Household Cavalry 'Life Guards' 1821 Pattern Leather Backed Plated Steel & Brass Cuirass Breast Plate & Back Armour. Sn 15030 - 15030
The British Household Cavalry consists of The Life Guards and The Blues and Royals. They are the oldest and most senior Regiments in the British Army. This is an original. In the early 19th Century, the Lifeguards were equipped with chest and back armour known by the French term ‘ cuirass’ (cuirasse). 1821 Pattern Life Guards Cuirass ( Armour ) were issued to the Life Guards for the coronation of King George IV in 1821, this pattern of cuirass has remained unchanged for over 180 years and is worn by the Life Guards today. While 1821 was the date for the official introduction of the cuirass to the Life Guards there was a brief use of cuirasses during the Napoleonic Wars. In 1814 the 2nd Life Guards wore cuirasses when they were reviewed by the Prince Regent, with the King of Prussia and the Emperor of Russia in attendance. It has been suggested this was the same pattern but evidence is inconclusive. Made of plated steel with padded leather lining the curved breast plate and back armour are linked by ornate leather backed link shoulder straps which fit to lugs on the breast plate. The edges of the armour have the correct large brass studs and brass edging. The armour is 19 ½” tall (to the shoulder) and it fits approx 40” chest (over a tunic as it would have been worn). The armour is curved with vertical ridge to provide strength and has a flared waist. The armour has no dents and just staining consistent with age, its original plating is present. There are 2 very small pin hole piercings in the breast plate to one side of the vertical ridge on the breast plate near to the throat. As can be seen in the images, the holes are not damage and appear to have been purposely made, possibly to allow mounting of a badge or other adornment. There are no visible manufacturer, date or Regiment marks on the armour. The price for this impressive piece includes UK delivery. Sn 15030
£575.00

British WW2 1943 Dated Battledress To A Sergeant In The Royal Artillery. U 125 - U 125
This is a nice WW2 battledress blouse with a Montague Burton label in the inside , dated 1943. Both arms are badged with printed red and blue Royal Artillery titles, 52nd (Lowland) Division mountain battery titles, arm of service strips in red and blue. There are sergeants stripes with a cannon above. The left arm also carries the crossed flags denoting a signaller. The blouse has obviously been worn but is in excellent condition with no signs of moth or damage. The label reads size 9 and gives height, breast and waist measurements, together with Battledress blouses 1940 Pattern, Montague Burton 1943 with a large war department arrow. This is a stunning WW2 battledress with a nice set of badges. Price includes UK delivery. U 125
£345.00
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