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ZULU WAR of 1879
REPRODUCTIONS
HELMETS & 24TH FOOT HELMET PLATES

White Zulu War Pith Helmet

A faithful copy of the famous Zulu War helmet, as worn by the 24th Regiment of Foot, who fought so valiantly at Isandlhwana and Rorkes Drift. The plastic body is covered with white fabric (green on the inside).  During the Zulu war, the helmet was worn both with and without the regimental plates shown below. If you purchase a plate at the same time as a helmet, we will mount it for you free of charge (in fact, if you don’t want it mounted, be sure to let us know). 

UKH003....$54.95

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24TH FOOT
OTHER RANKS BRASS HELMET PLATE

   An exact die-struck copy of the brass plate worn by enlisted men on the front of the white foreign service helmet in 1879, with the cut-out "24" in the center.

UKW032....$39.95 

 

24th FOOT NCO’S GILT HELMET PLATE 

The same matte and bright gold finish as the officer's, but without the silver sphinx. Gilt plates are more attractive than brass, and never need to be polished.

  BMP007.....
Not Currently Available

24th FOOT OFFICER’S 
GILT AND SILVER
HELMET PLATE  

   The Queen's officers always went first class, and this plate has the beautiful matte and bright gold finish found on the finest Victorian examples, with a silvered sphinx below the numbers. 

BMP008.....    
Not Currently Available

 


24th Foot Brass Shoulder Titles

Pair
UKI073....$5.95

 

 


 

REPRODUCTION BRITISH PITH HELMETS


British Khaki Boer War Sun Helmet
This is a good quality copy of the sun helmet worn by the British troops in the late Victorian period. The khaki cloth cover is complete with the wraped pugari band. The liner is adjustable to fit most sizes and has a brown leather chin strap.
UKH002....$54.95

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British Wolsley Style Tan Pith Helmet
This is a good quality copy of the sun helmet worn by the British troops from 1900 to 1939. This khaki cloth pith helmet with adjustable liner and chin strap. One size fits all
UKH139....$49.95


British Wolsley Style White Pith Helmet
This is a good quality copy of the sun helmet worn by the British troops. The white cloth outer cover with adjustable liner and chin strap. One size fits all.
UKH010....$49.95

 


 

REPRODUCTION VICTORIA CROSS & ZULU WAR MEDAL


VICTORIA CROSS

  The Victoria Cross is Britain's highest award for heroism. In the hundred and fifty years since it was established, fewer than fourteen hundred have been awarded.  Eleven of these were won by the defenders of the mission station at Rorke's Drift during the Zulu War.
  This is the finest copy we have ever seen. Not a cheap casting, but die-struck in bronze just like the original. Complete with crimson silk ribbon.

UKR001....$27.95


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Victoria Cross-Zulu Medal Pair
BMP026....$44.95




ZULU WAR 
CAMPAIGN MEDAL

This medal was awarded to all officers and men who served in Natal from 1877 to 1879. It was awarded with a variety of bars to indicate the recipient's service: 1877, 1877-78, and 1879. Naval shore parties received the medal without a bar.  The obverse of the  medal shows the head of Queen Victoria and the reverse a crouching lion and the words “South Africa.”
   This is a superb copy of the original,  die-struck in nickel and silver-plated. It comes complete with working swivel suspender and the “1877-8-9” campaign bar. The ribbon is golden yellow with dark blue stripes.

UKR037....$27.95

 




REPRODUCTION BRITISH CAMPAIGN MEDALS


Waterloo Medal
Silver finish with 5" ribbon. One of the first ever issued campaign medals, this quality reproduction was awarded to all British troops for operational service at Waterloo and the defeat of Napoleon in 1815. This medal was also issued to troops involved in the Ligny and Quatre Bras campaigns two days earlier. Only a little over 39,000 medals were issued and current value of an original medal is well into the thousands of dollars. Now collectors and enthusiasts can add this prestigious medal to their collections at a fraction of the price.

UKR040....$29.95


Naval General Service Medal
with bar Trafalgar

The British Naval General Service Medal was established in 1847 for issue to surviving participants in naval actions dating back to the Napoleonic Wars. About 230 different clasps for specific engagements and landing operations were authorized. Our reproduction of this medal comes with the Trafalgar clasp, for the great 1805 British victory over the French and Spanish fleet that resulted in Britain’s control of the world’s seas for the next century. By the time the medal was being awarded in 1848, about 44 years had passed since Trafalgar, and just 1,710 of these medals were claimed by living participants from the battle. Originals of this medal sell at auction for around $14,000. The obverse features the young head portrait of Queen Victoria with the date 1848 in the exergue. The reverse depicts Britannia holding a trident and seated upon a seahorse

UKR071....$24.95


British Army Gold Cross (Peninsular Cross)
with "Vittoria" clasp
Reproduction Army Gold Cross (Peninsular Cross) with "Vittoria" clasp (gold finish/single sided). One of the most prestigious awards for generals and field rank officers approved in 1813 by the Prince Regent for the Peninsular War and the War of 1812.

UKR043....$34.95

Sutlej Medal
with bar Ferozeshuhur
The Sutlej Medal was issued to soldiers of the British Army and members East India Company forces for participation of the First Anglo-Sikh War of 1845-46. The medal was the first British campaign medal to use clasps to indicate participation in specific battles. Our reproduction comes with an ornate clasp for the Battle of Ferozeshuhur, which took place Dec. 21-22, 1845 in the Punjab. The British defeated the Sikhs, but took heavy casualties. The medal obverse features the “young head” portrait of Queen Victoria, wearing a tiara, and the legend “Victoria Regina.” The reverse depicts a figure of Victory with right arm extended holding a laurel wreath, with captured weapons piled at her feet. Around the rim is the legend “Army of the Sutlej.” The inscription ALIWAL 1846 appears in the exergue.

UKR059....$24.95
 


Punjab Medal 1848-49
with bar Chilianwala
The Punjab medal was awarded to British, Indian and East India Company forces who participated in the Second Anglo-Sikh War in 1848-49, which resulted in British annexation of the Punjab. The obverse features the standard “young head” portrait of Queen Victoria, while the reverse depicts the Sikh surrender to Sir Walter Gilbert, commander of the British forces, along with the legend “To the Army of the Punjab” around the top, and the date 1849 in Roman numerals in the exergue. Our reproduction medal comes with the Chilianwala clasp, for participation in the 1849 battle which saw British forces take heavy casualties at the hands of the Sikhs.

UKR063....$27.95

Indian Mutiny Medal
with bar Lucknow
The Indian Mutiny Medal was awarded to British Army, Royal Navy and Indian personnel who put down the Sepoy Mutiny in India during 1857 and 1858. Civilians also received this medal. The mutiny resulted in part from the practices of the East India Company. At the end of the mutiny, administration of India was transferred to the British Crown. Our reproduction of this medal comes complete with the Lucknow clasp, for the sieges and battles that were at the center of the mutiny. The obverse of the medal features the “young head” portrait of Queen Victoria. The reverse depicts a standing Britannia and the British lion. The name India is around the top, while the dates 1857-1858 are in the exergue.

UKR065....$27.95

India General Service Medal
with bar Relief of Chitral 1895
The British India Medal was awarded to British and Indian forces for service in a variety of campaigns in India from 1895 to 1902. The medal replaced the India General Service Medal. Our reproduction features the “Relief of Chitral 1895” clasp. Located in northwest India, the British fort at Chitral was besieged by local tribes. A rescue expedition by British forces lifted the siege. The medal obverse features the crowned and veiled “old head” bust of Queen Victoria, while the reverse depicts a British and an Indian soldier.

UKR052....$27.95

India General Service Medal 1908
with bar Waziristan 1925
The India General Service Medal was issued to British and Indian forces for participation in a variety of campaigns and operations in India both before and after World War I. Our reproduction features the crowned bust of King George V, as issued from 1910 to 1930, along with the campaign clasp for service in Waziristan in 1925. The reverse shows the fortress Jamrud in the Khyber Pass. The ribbon is bright green with a broad central dark blue stripe. Only 46 officers and 214 men of the Royal Air Force received the Waziristan 1925 bar, for strafing attacks on local tribesmen, making it the rarest in the series of clasps.

UKR048....$27.95

India General Service Medal 1936
with bar Northwest Frontier
1936-37
The British India General Service Medal was awarded to British and Indian forces for service in India from 1936 to 1939. Our reproduction shows the last of the IGS series, with the obverse featuring the crowned portrait of King George VI, and the North West Frontier 1936-37 clasp. The reverse shows a crouching tiger and the name India. The medal was not awarded after the start of World War II, and the subsequent independence of India made this medal obsolete.

UKR056....$27.95

China War Medal 1840-42
The China War Medal was issued to British soldiers and sailors, as well as Indian and Bengalese personnel who participated in the 1841-42 Anglo-Chinese War, popularly known as the First Opium War. The medal obverse features the “young head” portrait of Queen Victoria, wearing a tiara, and the legend “Victoria Regina.” The reverse includes a complex trophy of arms centered on an oval shield and palm tree, flanked on one side by a capstan, anchor and naval gun representing the Royal Navy, and on the other by a field gun and drum representing the British Army. At the top is a Latin inscription which translates as “To pray for peace by force of arms.” The exergue reads: CHINA 1842. Our reproduction comes complete suspended from a crimson and yellow ribbon, representing Britain and China.

UKR057....$27.95

Second China War Medal
with bar Taku Forts 1860
The British Second China War Medal was awarded to British Army and Royal Navy personnel for participation in the 1857-1860 campaign in China, commonly known as the Second Opium War. Our reproduction of this medal features the TAKU FORTS 1860 clasp. This successful assault by British and French forces on Chinese fortifications led to the allied occupation of Pekin, and Chinese capitulation to the trading demands of the European powers. The medal obverse shows the young head portrait of Queen Victoria, while reverse shows a trophy of arms representing the British Army and Royal Navy, with CHINA in the exergue.

UKR072....$27.95

China War Medal
(1900 Boxer Rebellion)
with bar Relief of Pekin
The British China War Medal of 1900 was awarded to British and imperial forces for service in putting down the Boxer Rebellion. Our reproduction comes with the desirable RELIEF OF PEKIN clasp, for the European assault on Pekin and the rescue of diplomants and other Europeans besieged in the capital city’s legations. The medal obverse features the portrait of an old Queen Victoria wearing a tiara, while the reverse shows a trophy of arms representing the British Army and Royal Navy, with CHINA 1900 in the exergue.

UKR075....$27.95

Baltic 1854-1855 Medal
The Baltic Medal was awarded to members of the Royal Navy and Marines for service in the Baltic Sea campaign as part of the Crimean War between Britain and Russia. In the Baltic campaign, from 1854 to 1855, an Anglo-French fleet attacked Russian shore fortifications and ships, while blockading Russian ports. About 100 of the Baltic Medals were issued to Royal Sappers and Miners for their work in the destruction of two major fortifications. The obverse on our reproduction features the “young head” portrait of Queen Victoria. The reverse depicts a seated Britannia, with the name Baltic around the top, and the dates 1854-1855 in the exergue.

UKR064....$27.95

Canada General Service Medal
with bar Fenian Raid 1866
The Canada General Service Medal was awarded by the Canadian government to British and Canadian forces who served in the campaign to counter the Fenian Raids of 1866 and 1870, as well as the Red River Rebellion of 1870. The Fenians were based in the United States and conducted raids into Canada to bring pressure on the British to get out of Ireland. Our reproduction features the “Fenian Raid 1866” clasp. The medal obverse features the crowned and veiled “old head” bust of Queen Victoria, as the medal was not authorized until 1899. The reverse shows the Canadian flag encircled by maple leaves.

UKR051....$27.95

Egypt Medal 1882-89
with bar Tel-El Kebir
The Egypt Medal was awarded to members of the British Army and the Royal Navy for service in the Anglo-Egyptian War of 1882. The war started with an Egyptian revolt against the ruling Khedive and the Anglo-French interests controlling the Suez canal. Our reproduction medal includes the clasp for participation in the critical Battle of Tel-El-Kebir on Sept. 13, 1882, a British victory which resulted in the Khedive being returned to power, and the British maintaining troops in Egypt until after World War II. The obverse of the medal features the veiled head of a middle-aged Queen Victoria. The reverse shows the Egyptian Sphinx, with the inscription EGYPT above and 1882 below. The alternating blue and white stripes represent the White and Blue Nile Rivers.

UKR058....$27.95

Khedive's Star
The Khedive’s Star was awarded to British Army and Royal Navy personnel who served in Egypt between 1882 and 1891. Several versions of this medal were issued. Our reproduction for this medal is the 1884 version. The medal was authorized by Khedive Tewfik of Egypt in thanks for British efforts to put down a rebellion and restore the Khedive to power. The five-pointed star features a depiction of the Sphinx and Pyramids at the center, along with a band reading Egypt 1884, along with an Arabic script which translates as Khedive of Egypt. The reverse features the Khedive’s cipher. The star is suspended from a bar featuring the Star and Crescent. The ribbon is solid blue.

UKR060....$27.95

Queen's Sudan 1895-97 Medal
The British Queen’s Sudan Medal was awarded for service during the reconquest of the Sudan by British forces during 1896-97. The most famous battle of the campaign was Omdurman, at which a young Winston Churchill was present, charging with the cavalry. Original medals to members of the 21st Lancers command prices of more than $2,500. Like most of these medals, our reproduction has no campaign clasp. The obverse features the jubilee portrait of Queen Victoria, while the reverse shows a winged Victory figure seated above a tablet with the name Sudan.

UKR053....$27.95

Khedive's Sudan Medal
with bar Atbara
The Khedive’s Sudan Medal was authorized by the Khedive of Egypt and awarded to British forces who participated in the reconquest of Dongola Province in the Sudan, between 1896 and 1898. Our reproduction features a clasp for the important battle at the confluence of the Atbara and Nile rivers in Sudan in 1898. The clasp is inscribed “The Atbara” in both English and Arabic. The obverse features a trophy of arms and flags. The reverse has an Arabic script naming the Khedive and the date.

UKR054....$27.95

Queen's Mediterranean Medal
The British Queen’s Mediterranean Medal was awarded to the officers and men of British militia forces who took over garrison duty at Gibraltar and Malta, while the regulars who had been stationed there were sent to fight the Boer War. The medal was issued to the militia forces for garrisoning the Mediterranean outposts from 1899 to 1902. The medal is almost identical to the Queen’s South Africa medal, except for the name “Mediterranean” instead of “South Africa” on the reverse, which features Britannia overseeing British troops on the march. The obverse features a portrait of Queen Victoria.

UKR055....$27.95

Ashanti Star
The Ashanti Star was awarded to British forces participating in the Fourth Anglo-Ashanti War of 1895-96, in the Gold Coast, in present day Ghana in western Africa. The British clashed with the gold-rich Ashanti kingdom repeatedly throughout the 19th Century. The fourth war assured British primacy, and by 1902 the Ashanti territories had been absorbed into the Gold Coast colony. The Ashanti Star was a bronze four-pointed star, with a saltire cross in the angles. The circular center features the inscription “ASHANTI 1896” and the British crown. The reverse has an inscription reading simply: “FROM THE QUEEN.” The ribbon is yellow with two black stripes.

UKR061....$27.95

East and West Africa Medal
1887-1900
with bar Benin 1897
The East and West Africa Medal was awarded to British Army, Royal Navy and native forces for service in a variety of campaigns from 1887 to 1900. The obverse of the medal features the veiled head portrait of Queen Victoria, while the reverse depicts a jungle battle between British soldiers and Ashantee warriors. Our reproduction comes with the “Benin 1897” clasp, for participation in a punitive expedition to avenge the massacre of British troops. The attack on Benin City, capital of the kingdom, resulted in considerable destruction, confiscation of artwork, and spelled the end for Benin’s independence.

UKR066....$27.95

Central Africa Medal
with bar Central Africa 1894-1898
The British Central Africa Medal was awarded to British and colonial forces for participation in minor campaigns from l891 to 1898. Originally issued without a clasp, the CENTRAL AFRICA 1894-98 clasp was later authorized. Our reproduction is fitted with this clasp. The medal obverse features the veiled head portrait of Queen Victoria, while the reverse shows British troops battling Ashanti warriors in a jungle scene.

UKR074....$27.95


East and Central Africa Medal
with bar Uganda 1897-98
The East and Central Africa Medal was awarded to British Army, Indian and local forces for participation in operations in Uganda and Sudan. The obverse features the Jubilee portrait of Queen Victoria, while the reverse depicts the figure of Britannia and the British Lion. Our reproduction comes with the “Uganda 1897-98,” clasp, for participation in a campaign to put down a rebellion in Uganda. Medals with this clasp were the only type to be issued to British troops.

UKR067....$27.95

Africa General Service Medal
with bar Kenya
The British Africa General Service Medal was established in 1902 and awarded to British and colonial forces for minor campaigns and brush-fire wars in Africa. This reproduction of the medal features the portrait of a young Queen Elizabeth II and is fitted with the Kenya clasp for service in putting down the infamous Mau Mau rebellion of 1952-1956. The reverse of the medal shows Britannia and the British Lion with AFRICA in the exergue, this design being unchanged since 1902. The Kenya clasp was the last to be issued for the medal, which was then discontinued after 54 years, the longest for any British campaign medal.

UKR068....$27.95

1914 Mons Star
The 1914 Star, often known as the Mons Star, was awarded to British military personnel serving in France and Belgium from Aug. 5 to Nov. 22, 1914. The bronze medal, instituted in 1917, features a four-pointed star with crossed swords and an oak leaf wreath. At the center are scrolls denoting the August to November 1914 service dates, with the King George V monogram at the bottom and a king's crown surmounting the medal, along with the ring for the suspension ribbon. Just 400,000 were issued, making authentic medals difficult to find. Our high-quality reproduction includes a length of the watered red, white and blue ribbon, and comes complete with an unattached campaign clasp reading 5th Aug. 22nd Nov. 1914. The clasp was issued to soldiers who had come under enemy fire during the prescribed period.
UKR901....$22.95

1914-15 Star
The 1914-15 Star was awarded to British military personnel for service in any theater of World War I from Aug. 5, 1914 to Dec. 31, 1915, except those who had already qualified for the 1914 Star. The 1914-15 Star was authorized in 1918. With more than 2.3 million issued, it is considered a fairly common medal. The design for this bronze medal is virtually the same as the 1914 Star, except that the scrolls for August and November are eliminated, and the remaining scroll reads 1914-15. Our high-quality reproduction includes a length of watered red, white and blue ribbon.

UKR029....$19.95

1939-1945 Star
The 1939-1945 Star was awarded to British and Commonwealth forces for at least six months service in World War II. Like the other campaign stars in the series, the bronze medal consists of a six-point star with the King George VI monogram at the center, topped by a king's crown and circled with the name of the star. Our high-quality reproduction comes complete with a length of ribbon. The dark blue represents the Royal Navy, the red represents the Army, and the light blue represents the RAF.

UKR007....$18.95


Atlantic Star

The Atlantic Star was awarded primarily to members of the Royal Navy and the navies of Commonwealth nations for at least six months service afloat during World War II, from Sept. 3, 1939 to May 8, 1945, in the Atlantic Ocean or home waters, including the convoys to the northern Russian ports. Recipients must have already qualified for the 1939-1945 Star. Like the other campaign stars in the series, the bronze medal consists of a six-point star with the King George VI monogram at the center, topped by a king's crown and circled with the name of the star. Our high-quality reproduction of the Atlantic Star includes a length of ribbon. The watered blue, white and green colors represent the ocean.

UKR007....$18.95

Africa Star

The Africa Star was awarded to British and Commonwealth forces for service in North Africa from June 10, 1940, which marked Italy's declaration of war, to May 12, 1943, which marked the end of the North African campaign. Like the other campaign stars in the series, the bronze medal consists of a six-point star with the King George VI monogram at the center, topped by a king's crown and circled with the name of the star. Our high-quality reproduction comes complete with a length of ribbon. The buff color represents the desert. The broad red stripe represents the Army, while the thin dark blue stripe the Royal Navy and the pale blue stripe the Royal Air Force.

UKR009....$18.95

Pacific Star

The Pacific Star was awarded to British and Commonwealth forces for service in the Pacific Theater from Dec. 8, 1941 to Aug. 15, 1945. This included service in the Royal Navy and Merchant Navy in the Pacific and Indian oceans and the South China Sea. Like the other campaign stars in the series, the bronze medal consists of a six-point star with the King George VI monogram at the center, topped by a king's crown and circled with the name of the star. Our high-quality reproduction comes complete with a length of ribbon. The central yellow stripe represents the beaches, while the flanking dark green stripes represent the jungles. The narrow dark blue stripe represents the Royal Navy, the narrow pale blue stripe represents the Royal Air Force, while the wide red stripes on the ends represent the Army.

UKR010....$18.95

Burma Star
The Burma Star was awarded to British and Commonwealth forces for service in the Burma campaign from Dec. 11, 1941 to the end of the war. Like the other campaign stars in the series, the bronze medal consists of a six-point star with the King George VI monogram at the center, topped by a king's crown and circled with the name of the star. Our high-quality reproduction comes complete with a length of ribbon. The dark blue stripes represent British forces, the red stripe represents Commonwealth forces, and the orange stripes represent the sun.

UKR011....$18.95

Italy Star
The Italy Star was awarded to British and Commonwealth forces for service in Italy, Sicily, Greece, Yugoslavia, the Aegean Sea, Corsica, Sardinia and Elba at any time from June 11, 1943 to May 8, 1945. Like the other campaign stars in the series, the bronze medal consists of a six-point star with the King George VI monogram at the center, topped by a king's crown and circled with the name of the star. Our high-quality reproduction comes complete with a length of ribbon. The red, white and green stripes constitute the Italian national colors.

UKR012....$18.95

France and Germany Star

The France and Germany Star was awarded to British and Commonwealth forces for service in France, Belgium, the Netherlands or Germany at any time from June 6, 1944 to May 8, 1945. Service in the English Channel, North Sea or Bay of Biscay in support of the northern European campaign during that period of time also counted. Like the other campaign stars in the series, the bronze medal consists of a six-point star with the King George VI monogram at the center, topped by a king's crown and circled with the name of the star. Our high-quality reproduction comes complete with a length of ribbon. The red, white and blue color scheme of the ribbon uses the national colors of Britain, France and the Netherlands.

UKR013....$18.95


Air Crew Europe Star
The Air Crew Europe Star was awarded Royal Air Force and Commonwealth aircrew members for operational flying over Europe from bases in the United Kingdom, for a period of at least two months from Sept. 3, 1939 to June 4, 1944. Like the other campaign stars in the series, the bronze medal consists of a six-point star with the King George VI monogram at the center, topped by a king's crown and circled with the name of the star. Our high-quality reproduction comes complete with a length of ribbon. The pale blue represents the sky, the black represents night flying and the yellow represents enemy searchlights.

UKR006....$18.95


Naval General Service
with bar Yangtze 1949
The British Naval General Service Medal was awarded for service in minor campaigns for which no specific campaign medal was issued. The medal was on issue from 1915 to 1962. Our reproduction of this medal features King George VI and the campaign clasp “Yangtze 1949.” This medal and clasp were awarded to the crew of four British warships that steamed up the Yangtze River to evacuate British and Commonwealth citizens who had been caught up in the civil war that was raging between communist and nationalist forces. Original medals issued to the crew of HMS Amethyst, which took heavy casualties from communist Chinese batteries, command prices of more than $2,000. The reverse of the medal shows Britannia and two sea horses riding the waves.

UKR049....$27.95


British Korea Campaign Medal
The British Korea Medal was awarded to all British, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand forces who participated in the Korean War from 1950 to 1953. The obverse features the uncrowned profile of Queen Elizabeth II. The reverse shows a mythological scene, Hercules grappling with the Hydra, above the word “Korea.”

UKR050....$27.95


General Service 1918-1962 with bar Near East
 

UKR070....$27.95
 



General Service Medal 1962
with bar Borneo


UKR069....$27.95

Iraq Campaign Medal
The Iraq Medal is awarded to British soldiers serving in the current Iraq War. The obverse shows the crowned head of Queen Elizabeth II, while the reverse shows an image of the mythical ancient Assyrian Lamassu, a winged bull with the head of a man, over the word “IRAQ.” Our reproduction features a bar with the inscription “19 MAR TO 28 APR 2003,” as issued to the British soldiers who served in the opening weeks of Operation TELIC, suspended from five inches of ribbon material. This medal comes without a mounting bar.

UKR038....$19.95
  

 
       
       

 


 


 

 


 

BRITISH FLAGS

We are pleased to offer an assortment of flags from the British Isles. Flags are polyester, and measure 3' x 5'.


FLG006
British Flag
$10.95

 
FLG027
Royal Standard
$10.95


FLG007
Scottish flag
$10.95 


FLG031

Scottish St Andrews flag
$10.95 



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