Uniform & Insignia

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New Item #C1927

U.S. Air Force Headgear -Lot of 2

  • Price: $75.00 CAD
  • Description:

    Lot of 2 pieces of US head gear.  1.  Type A-9 with Air Force U.S. Army. A WW2 or early post war prior to the change to US Air Force.

Item #C5565

New Brunswick Highway Patrol Uniform Items

  • Price: $195.00 CAD
  • Description:

    The New Brunswick highway patrol operated from 1978 to 1989 and was a relatively small force (approximately 120 men).  We are pleased to offer these uniform items consisting of; (1) issue hat with

Item #c3350

French Vintage Gendarm Hat

  • Price: $100.00 CAD
  • Description:

    French Kepi original military army hat (officers Kepi). All originaland complete with liner.  Tag is marked 53 1/2.  The interior band is partially separated but sound and in place.

Item #20183

Rare Halifax garrison Artillery Helmet Plate Pre-1914

  • Price: $1,395.00 CAD
  • Description:

    This is a rare helmet plate of the 1st Halifax Garrison Artillery. This plate is not shown in Mazea's Pre 1914 Canadian Militia badge book and is the first example that we have had.

Item #20181

Original Pictou Garrison Artillery Badge

  • Price: $3,495.00 CAD
  • Description:

    Here is a very rare Canadian helmet plates, this is an original plate that shows no usage marks and appears to have been stored for most of its life.

Item #C2409

2 Nato (British) Combat Jackets

  • Price: $50.00 CAD
  • Description:

    1.  Nato tag OS 8415-99-503-8775 Nato size 7080/9505 over height 180/chest 104 used but excellent condition. Union Jack patch on left sleve.

Item #C1926

Cowboy Leather Chaps

  • Price: $100.00 CAD
  • Description:

    Leather chaps, all leather construction, red leather and well crafted by an unknown leatheremith.  Waist would apper to be 36" with an overall length of 39".  Heavy brass zippers.  This pair was bu

Item #22283

Artillery Mess Dress jacket

  • Price: $65.00 CAD
  • Description:

    This jacket has a very good exterior gold wire Captain rank pips on the shoulders as well as gold wire collar badges with the motto Canada which indicates they are before 1920.