Though the cap badge is missing, remains of patina suggest a rounded badge with kings crown.
Dated pre-World War Two 1937 and 1941 respectively, both albums feature 40 photographs depicting heavy weapon training and general horseplay between United States soldiers.
Active since 1891, the Toronto 48th Highlanders of Canada have one of the most illustrious histories in the Canadian Forces through the 20th century.
Sewn below the left shoulder seam, a stunning theatre made 8th Army Airforce patch. Four inches above the left cuff, five gold overseas bars are present suggesting two and a half years of service. Below, a single diagonal service stripe noting 3 years of honourable service. Sewn below the right shoulder seam, a British made example of the Head Quarters, European Theater of Operations.
Also known as "Spotter Cards” sheets were distributed to military personnel and civilians training in the identification of combat aircraft.
A gilt stamped badge in the form of a star. The Badge features the Coldstream motto of "HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE" which translates into "Shame be to him who thinks evil of it".
The badge features the Black Watch Motto "Nemo Me Impune Lacessit" which translates into "No One Attacks Me With Impunity".
Constructed of non-magnetic steel, this Mk. II retains most of the exterior finish. Inside, the liner remains largely intact though slightly dry and dated to 1942.
Constructed in dark blue/black wool serge, these jackets would become known as "Working Dress" in Naval Regulations.
Constructed of multi-piece bunting, the one sided flag measures approximately 87cm by 178cm. The Red Ensign proudly features the Union Jack to its Canton and the 1921 to 1957 Canadian Coat of Arms on the Fly.
Constructed mainly of navy blue wool throughout the body and outer crown, the folded crown inlay and piping are of brilliant yellow. To the front are two period "Canada" brass buttons.
Embroidered on a cotton triangle measuring 9.5 cm x 9 cm, an olive drab border surrounds the colors of the infantry, cavalry, and artillery. A red lightening bolt overlays a canon affixed to tank tracks, while the numeral "16" denotes the 16th Armored Division.