WW2 US Dated Events War Map
A large fold-out map produced by the US at war's end that chronicles the major events of the war. A very colourful map which will make a nice backdrop to a collection.
Fold out to about 3' by 18'' read more
WW1 Imperial German Pass Book - Unused
A neat little item. An unused WW1 German pass booklet. read more
Swedish Merchant Marine Pay Book - WW2
Forgive my lack of fluency in Swedish, but this appears to be a WW2 pay book for a member of the Swedish Merchant Marine. Interesting item to the naval enthusiast read more
Canadian Signals Training Center (Kingston) Permanent Pass
A neat little permanent pass from the Sigs training center in Kingston, Ontario. The pass folds into a small little booklet with a likeness of the RCCS cap badge to the front. The pass is dated 1943. read more
1939 Royal Visit to Saskatoon, SK Special Police Armband
An interesting and scarce felt armband worn by members of the Special Police during the Royal Visit in 1939. This armband was worn specifically in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. read more
Greetings From England Hankie
An attractive patriotic hankie which shows the flags of the Allied nations and the slogan "Greetings from England". These were popular gifts sent home to loved ones by soldiers in England. read more
Maple Leaf Services - Canadian Officer Private Purchase Rain Coat
A seldon encountered Canadian Rain Coat as sold to officers in WW2. The tag inside is perhaps the most interesting part of this coat.
The coat is in very good condition, the only issue being some fraying along the edges of the sleeves.
WW2 Womens ATS Patch - Worn on Overalls
A scarce embroidered patch to the Woman's Auxilliary Territorial Service which was worn on the overalls. Nice patch but a little grubby from wear. Measures 2 x 2 inches. read more
WW2 ATS Circular Patch in Canvas
A nice little circular patch for the Woman's Auxilliary Territorial Service. Very small patch in canvas which measures 1 inch across. read more
Royal Tank Corps Silk Tie
A WW2 vintage silk tie for the Royal Tank Corps. Likely something intended for officers to wear with a Regimental blazer. Very nice condition and well marked. read more