Manufactured in 1945 by Glisson & Miller, the size 4 suit easily fits a 6 foot stature. Though not easily seen in the photo, the broad arrow mark is partially hidden by the fold at the bottom seam of the tag. The many period appropriate repairs as photographed suggest this suit was used quite extensively but cannot be certain of when.
To the interior of the balmoral is a King George VI dated William Anderson & Sons manufacturers tag, the "Lochan" tag with colour below suggesting post Second World War issue.
The badge features the iconic eagle above the unit numerals, the reverse of the badge features both lugs intact and a cotter pin.
Manufactured by the short lived Canadian company Research Enterprises Limited during the Second World War, the binoculars are alloy constructed.
Multi-piece supple leather construction accented with brass fittings. The holster features an open top, fully functioning lift the dot fastener
Proceeding the Korean War, the insignia of the rank of Warrant Officer Class I was changed from the British Royal