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WW2 Canadian RCAF Caterpiller Club Medal Group and Pin
This is a good condition WW2 Canadian RCAF Caterpiller Club Medal Group and Pin. Standard 5 set of medals that are not named. The caterpillar club pin has the rubby eyes and is named on the back to F/O J Lambert who bailed out on 2nd of November 1944 over Germany

Code: 65848Price: 1500.00 CAD


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WW1 Canadian British Newfoundland Regiment MSM RSM Medal Group RARE
This is a good condition WW1 Canadian British Newfoundland Regiment MSM RSM Medal Group RARE. Missing the victory medal unfortunatly. 14-15 star is named as follows 171 Pte CE White R Newfd R. War medal is named 171 WO CL 1 CE White R. Newf'd R. MSM from George the 5th is named 171 R.S. Mjr CE White 1/R. Newf'd R. Comes with a copy of the service records. Very very rare to get anything to this regiment but to get the RSM's medals are as hard as getting the commanding officers. He joined in Sept 4 1914 and was in the Mediterean theatre and was wounded at least twice. Once in the Med and once in Europe. MSM was awarded in 1919 and he was made an honourary 2/lt in Feb 1919 which is when he retired to St Johns.

Code: 65847Price: 7000.00 CAD


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Canadian Victorian Victoria Rifles of Canada Frock with Cross Belt
A used Canadian Victorian Victoria Rifles of Canada Frock with Cross Belt. This uniform is the one listed in Clive Laws groundbreaking work Scarlet to Khaki. The crossbelt pouch is a modern replacement that was made for a rifle regiment at one time and is not correct for the era. I believe that the belt itself is vintage though with proper fittings for the era. The tunic is a unusual pattern with a double front as you can see from the pictures. Captain rank on the shoulders of rifle pattern. VRC collars and barrel buttons of rifle pattern down the front except for the bottom one which is flat as are the breast pocket buttons. This of course makes sense because of the waist belt which would have been in use at the time for a flat button to be required. The buttons are victorian crown. Named to Edgar. Hard to get and great for display.

Code: 65845Price: 1500.00 CAD


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WW2 Canadian RCN Navy Ensign HMCS Skeena Flag
A used WW2 Canadian RCN Navy Ensign HMCS Skeena Flag. This item came from a museum and there is a hand written tag saying it was from HMCS Skeena. Sorry but that is the only proof we have that it is from this ship. It has been flewn as it is tattered at one end and stained from use and abuse. Approx 6 x 3.

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Canadian Corps of Guides Officers Mess Dress Uniform Named RARE
A used Canadian Corps of Guides Officers Mess Dress Uniform Named RARE. Named as per the full dress uniform also listed. Complete with lt bullion pips and officers collars for the Guides of Canada. Named and dated 1914.

Code: 65844Price:


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Canadian Corps of Guides Full Officers Uniform with Pith Helmet and Badge RARE
A used Canadian Corps of Guides Full Officers Uniform with Pith Helmet and Badge RARE. This is a very very rare named tunic that is complete with crossbelt that is not shown. The pith helmet has the proper colour pugree on it for guides along with a pin back officers gilt and silver cap badge. The helmet is maker marked RJ Inglis Toronto and Montreal. Comes with proper chin strap. The stable belt is Corps of Guides pattern only and is leather backed with the toggles still present. The pants are of the same colour and design as the jacket. The jacket is lancer type pattern with red facings and gilt corps of guids buttons. Officers silver collars and capt pips on each shoulder board. Comes complete with cap cords. Named and dated 1914 on the inside label.

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Canadian Pattern 1897 Sword by Hobsons Named To The 62nd St. John Fusiliers
Canadian Pattern 1897 Sword by Hobsons Named To The 62nd St. John Fusiliers. Pattern 1897 sword, with leather field scabbard, marked to the 62nd St.John Fusiliers, and named to D.H. Scott. One piece wire wrapped shark skin grips are in very good condition, with a checkered metal top guard to the handle, all in very good condition. The steel guard is bright and clean with a nice original bright finish, with the raised George V cypher and Kings’s Crown. The blade is maker marked to the left side, reading “Hobson & Sons, 1-3 & 5, Lexington, London, W.” The right side shows the star of David, with a bright center proof mark. The blade is etched to both sides to the top of the groove, 14 inches above the guard. The etching to the left side of the blade also shows the George V cypher and King’s Crown, with right side etched 62 Fusiliers badging. Below this is the banner, with the naming “D. H. Scott”. ( An officer of the 62nd Fusiliers). The blade is bright and clean, with only minor surface discoloration from age. The leather scabbard is complete with strap, and shows a nice original finish with some scuffing from age and use. Finish and wear to the scabbard is darker at the drag. Stitching is strong throughout with the leather being pliable. Very good condition overall. Naming is un-researched.

Code: 65842Price: 1250.00 CAD


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WW2 German Iron Cross 1st Class Pin Back Maker B.H. Mayer
A WW2 German Iron Cross 1st Class, complete with pin back. Marked 26 on the back of the pin, identifying maker B.H.Mayer. Shows a bit of wear along the edges but still shows well.

Code: 65841Price: 475.00 CAD


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WW2 German General Assault Badge
A WW2 German General Assault Badge. Complete with pin on the back.

Code: 65840Price: 125.00 CAD


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WW2 Canadian Scottish CEF 16th Battalion Collar Badges Pair
A used pair of WW2 Canadian Scottish CEF 16th Battalion Collar Badges. Complete with lugs on the back.

Code: 65839Price: 30.00 CAD

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