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  1. Hello all, Just wanted to post that my site Top Kick Militaria has now moved to a brand new website address. The site now has all the items for sale broken down into 20 different categories so searching for a certain type item is now easier than ever. Please check out the new site and let me know how you like the new design. The new address is www.topkickmilitaria.net Thanks, James
  2. Hi Guys, This is James, I really appreciate all the kind words about my site. I appreciate all the business, and I update every Monday unless it is a holiday. I hope everyone has a great Holiday Season! Thanks again, James
  3. Hello, Both flags are original they came in both versions. James
  4. Thanks Guys, I appreciate the info. I didn't realize the patch could be from pre 1920, pretty interesting. James
  5. one more try. Does anyone have a clue what this could be. Thanks, James
  6. Hello, I just picked up this patch, and I have no idea what it is for, and I thought maybe someone out there would know what it is. It's a really cool patch and hopefully someone can identify it. Any help would be great. Thanks, James
  7. The patch could have been washed in detergent. If the patch has been washed then everything white will glow under the blacklight. If the patch has white embroidery and only the edge of the patch glows then I would be concerned that it is a post WWII patch. Hope this helps. James
  8. Here they are guys, I bought a large lot of WWII patches the other day and these were in it. Any help would be great. Thanks, James
  9. Thanks a lot guys, I appreciate it. James
  10. Hello All, I got a patch lot in the other day, and it had a couple felt patches I haven't seen before so I thought I would post them here and see what they were. I thought the small one could be an early 9th army corp, but it doesn't look like the same design. Any help would be great. Thanks, James
  11. This is my favorite Airborne patch in my collection. This is what Mark Bando calls the Type B-6. James
  12. Here's a picture of the cap patch. I think it's German made. James
  13. Thanks for all the great comments, I appreciate it. The cap patch is theater made bullion work, I think it is probably German made, but it could be British made. I'll post a picture of it later on tonight. James
  14. Yes I know some more about him, he was wounded Jan 30th 1945 in Belgium. He was in the 81 mm mortar platoon. James
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