All insignia listed here is, unless stated otherwise, original to the best of my knowledge. I use an Ultra-Violet light to check cloth insignia. Modern replica usually have any white glow very brightly under UV. 7-day return privilege for full refund if not satisfied.
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Canadian Special Air Service Company insignia - complete collection. The unit never rebadged in its short 2-year existance, but a veteran of the unit created fantasy insignia. I have a complete set, purchased from the late Dr. Bill Windrum. REPLICA/FAKE insignia of various Commando units. Sold to me as originals but I know now that they are fakes/replicas. Good for reference or reenacting. ORIGINAL 1 Canadian Parachute Battalion insignia. I am downsizingn and narrowing the scope of my collection. $__ CAD (PRICE ZTO BE DETERMINED) British Security Coordination (BSC) World War II intelligence organization of "A Man Called Intrepid", William Stephenson. Made by SCULLY in Canada. Ordered by a seniopr officer in BSC, but vetoed by Intrepid when he heard of this. He said BSC was NOT a uniformed organization. Indeed they controlled espionage in North, Central and South Armerica. EXTREMELY RARE. Came in two versions. One with name spelled out, and one with initials similar to the RFC and RAF cap badge. I verified the story with Supt. Ernest Bavin RCMP who was Intrepid's BSC liaison Officer with the FBI and J. Edgar Hoover in particular.
C1 - CANADIAN PROVOST CORPS Shoulder title, for battledress. New Old Stock. WWII to 1970s. This is likely from 1960s. $10
C2 - 21 SAS ARTISTS 21 Special Air Service. Cap badge. White metal. Very large. Bought as an original but it may be a reproduction. My number CMS1072 $75
C3 - Cap badge. "FMR" Fusiliers Mont Royal. NUNQUAM RETRORSUM
slider. From the Dr. Bill Windrum Collection. $8
C4 - Cap badge. "FMR" Fusiliers Mont Royal. NUNQUAM RETRORSUM
DAMAGED ON BACK - Tip of slider broken off but does not affect the wearing of display of badge. From the Dr. Bill Windrum Collection. $5
C5 - 1 Canadian Infantry Division patches, pair. WWII to 1950s. Cloth. $40
C6 - Cap badge, RECONNAISSANCE REGIMENT, British WWII. Brass. $50
C7 - VERY RARE - 56 CANADIAN RECONNAISSANCE SQUADRON title. Worn for one year only by one Squadron only. Members were former members of LdSH and RCD. They operated Ferret Scout Cars in UNEF in Gaza. $150
C8 - THE ROYAL REGIMENT OF CANADA WWII 2nd Canadian Division shoulder titles. Matched pair. $80
C9 - THE ROYAL REGIMENT OF CANADA WWII 2nd Canadian Division. Different backing from pair above. $40
C10 - THE CALGARY HIGHLANDERS OF CANADA. WWII 2nd Canadian Division. This is the unit of Sgt. Harold Marshall, Canadian sniper now famous due to photos of him. Worn on Battledress but NOT on the Denison smock. $80
C11 - FUSILIERS MONT-ROYAL CANADA. Matching pair of shoulder titles. The white word CANADA GLOWS under UV light suggesting that it is a replica. $25 for the pair.
1942-1945 Collar badges CANADIAN PARACHUTE CORPS. ONLY worn by officers on Service Dress Uniform only. Primarily worn by 1 Canadian Parachuite Battalion officers. Some were worn at the parachute training school at Shilo, Manitoba. Worn by a few First Special Service Force officers.