9041 Pte A.Weir , 2/ A & S H'GHRS . Served 12 years with the colours including action in the Boer War.Awarded Q.S.A. with clasps Cape Colony and Orange Free State. Discharged in 1916 suffering from Angina and Cardiovascular disease. With photocopied paperwork.
Nice mint pair machine woven, and representing the Oak,Ash and Thorn of 'Puck Of Pook's Hill' from Kipling's story and the area in which the Corp was raised.
Fought in the Normandy Campaign and the Bocage country of Normandy was noted as similar to the Corps badge and they adopted the name 'The Bocage Club'.XII Corp supported the left flank of XXX Corp during Operation Market Garden in September 1944.These examples are Dutch theatre made in the Brabant Weave'
154532 SPR A.H. BLACKWELL C.R.T. ( Canadian Railway Troops) Wounded in rear of left leg by schrapnel. With photocopied paperwork