WW2 Royal Canadian Dragoons Officers Battle Dress.
A WW2 Battle Dress Blouse as worn by a Lieutenant of the Royal Canadian Dragoons. It still retains its late WW2 insignia and pips and inside it is marked ‘Battle Dress Blouse, Serge. Height 5’7” – 5’8” Breast 35 – 36. Hyde Park Clothing Ltd, Montreal 1945. And with the Canadian crow foot mark.
The Royal Canadian Dragoons landed in Sicily on 8 November 1943 and moved to mainland Italy on... read more
Pre WW2 Royal Military Academy Woolwich Cap Badge.
The Gilt metal badge of the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich. This was the main military academy for the training of commissioned officers of the Royal Artillery and Royal Engineers and later officers of the Royal Corps of Signals and other technical corps. RMA Woolwich was commonly known as "The Shop" because its first building was a converted workshop of the Woolwich Arsenal. This badge was... read more
WW2 Group 4 to Dvr Lister Royal Corps of Signals KIA Italy 1944.
A 1939/45 Star. Italy Star, Defence medal and 193945 war medal, all in box of issue with condolence medal slip named to Driver 1/c C. M. Lister.
Christopher Moody Lister was born in Lincolnshire on 28th November 1916 and lived in Grimsby before the war. He was married to Elizabeth (Betty) Anne in 1937 and was employed as a Motor Driver, probably goods vehicles.
He served with t... read more
WW2 Era Spanish NCO’s Dress Sword.
A 1940’s Spanish NCO’s parade or dress sword in the 1908/18 pattern. It has a steel hilt which has been plated and composite cross hatched grips. The basket style guard has been etched and infilled with colours to form the Spanish Army’s crest of the crowned rampant eagle with Saint James cross.
It has a good steel and plated blade which is marked Toledo Spain and a plated steel scabbard... read more