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Light-grey post-1970 orange-piped service-cap with the smooth dark-grey cap-band and silver-finish wreath & crossed-swords cap-badge and national cockade. Black plastic chinstrap. The cap is lined with grey cloth and a grey leather sweat-band. The crown has a titled polythene diamond sweat-shield bearing the manufacturer's name "A.Kempf KG".and dated Sept 1973. Size 60. The cap retains its original internal paper label. No moth, marks or damage - the cap is in excellent condition and scarce with this colour piping.
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Black leather belt with buckle. The buckle retains about 80% of its original field-grey finish on the front and almost 100% on the reverse. The buckle is stamped "RZM 155 / 43 SS". The belt leather is is very good supple condition and is stamped at one end with the size "90" and at the other end with "Lederwerk Sedin / Finkenwalde / 1940 / SS". Under the inner buckle adjustment strap, the belt is marked with the original owner's name "Krzeminski".(a name of Polish origin) impressed or cut into the leather. Excellent and rare nicely marked example.
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Bi-metal anodised aluminium cap-badge of riveted construction with a slider fixing on the reverse. The slider is stamped 'J.R.Gaunt B'ham'.
The Queen's Regiment (QUEENS) was an infantry regiment of the British Army formed in 1966 through the amalgamation of the four regiments of the Home Counties Brigade. Until 1971 the regiment remained one of the largest regiments in the army, with 10 battalions, however these were reduced to just 6, and later 5 battalions. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Options for Change reforms were published and in 1992 the regiment amalgamated with the Royal Hampshire Regiment to form the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment.
Anodised aluminium cap-badge with painted red rose of Lancashire. The reverse has a slider fixing which is stamped 'Firmin London'. Excellent condition.
The Queen's Lancashire Regiment (30th, 40th, 47th, 59th, 81st and 82nd Regiments of Foot) (QLR) was an infantry regiment of the British Army, part of the King's Division. It was formed on 25 March 1970 at Connaught Barracks in Dover through the amalgamation of the two remaining Lancashire infantry regiments, the Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Volunteers) and the Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire). In July 2006 the regiment was amalgamated with two other Northern infantry regiments to form the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment.
Anodised-aluminium Queen's crown cap-badge with slider fixing on the reverse. The slider is stamped 'Firmin London'. Excellent condition.
The Royal Green Jackets (RGJ) was an infantry regiment of the British Army, one of two "large regiments" within the Light Division (the other being The Light Infantry). In 2007 the were amalgamated to form The Rifles.
Two-piece Queen's crown anodised aluminium cap-badge together with a matching pair of opposite facing collar-badges, all with back-plates and lug & split-pin fixings on the reverse. Excellent condition.
Machine-embroidered olive-green chevrons and star on khaki-buff. This rank was introduced in 1957.
Matched pair of opposite facing Queen's crown anodised-aluminium collar-badges complete with back-plates and split-pin fixings. Excellent condition.
Matched pair of anodised-aluminium collar-badges complete with back-plates and split-pin fixings. Excellent condition.
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