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Uniform Grouping – 7th Armoured Brigade ‘Captain Clark’

Stunning British WW2 uniform grouping that belonged to Captain D.A. CLARK who served the Royal Armoured Corps in the 7th Armoured Brigade. The grouping consists of his Service Dress, Battle Dress tunic and two sets of medals. The battle dress is Canadian manufactured and in good condition, all badges are original period applied, the small Maple Leaves on black felt indicates they served under command of the 1st Canadian Corps in Italy. Dated 1944 in size 10. The Service Dress is also in good condition, bearing the Maple Leaves to both shoulders and metal pips for Captain rank. The makers label shows the Captain’s name. Comes with his both medal sets, they come with plastic holders to wear for ceremony.

A very interesting British WW2 grouping that would also fit a Canadian collection.

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Weight 2000 g
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