White embroidered on khaki. Worn by American volunteers who served with the British Army. Circa 5.7cm wide and 2.5cm tall. No Damage or moth. Looks to be in unissued condition.
In very good condition with some traces of bluetack to the reverse. See also item 59505 for a reasonable match.
Removed from uniform otherwise in very good condition. Colours bright, open mesh backing with traces of white bluetack. Post WW2, but not sure it was worn beyond 1951.
A matched pair in good bright condition, hessian backed, and with no damage. Some traces of bluetack to the reverse.
Removed from uniform, a bit grubby with much edge wear.
Removed from uniform, a matched pair of paste backs with guards style rounded ends. A bit grubby and a few edge nibbles and one with moth hole.
In very good condition with light black mesh to reverse.
Matched pair of glue backs. Some moth nibbles to the reverse of each otherwise in very good condition. Some traces of white bluetack to reverse.
Matched pair in very good condition, thicker felt than usual with white cotton mesh backing. Some light staining and traces of bluetack to the reverse. The letters are even and of even height not like the current modern reproductions.
The regiment was formed on 9 June 1959 after defence cuts implemented in the late 1950s saw the amalgamation of the Royal Berkshire Regiment (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) and Wiltshire Regiment (Duke of Edinburgh's), forming the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire).
White on Black. In good condition.
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