From the time of the Korean War , a rare, named and in excellent order first lieutenant's no1 dress uniform for a famed county regiment of the British army, consisting of tunic, trousers and no1 dress cap (please also see the other ranks North Staffs second world war coloured field service side cap also available). Named to First Lieutenant R.Stobart, and dated on 09/01/51. Manufactured by Flights Ltd military tailors of 97 New Bond Street, London. Collar - 15 1/2 inches (39cm). Sleeve length - 27 inches (68cm). Back from collar to hem - 32 inches (82cm). Chest - approx 38 inches (96cm). Inside leg - approx 34 inches (86cm).
Waist - approx 32 inches (81cm). Size 7 1/8 approx (57cm). In 1947, all infantry regiments in the British Army were reduced to a single regular battalion.Accordingly, the 1st Battalion left India to take part in a ceremony officially amalgamating with the 2nd Battalion in Egypt in 1950. A year later, the battalion was posted to the disputed port city of. In 1953, the battalion was transferred to. Force established at the end of the.
In 1954, it moved to Hong Kong, where the regiment's 200th anniversary was celebrated in 1956. Was announced, which resulted in the amalgamation of the North Staffordshire Regiment with the.
With the new regiment becoming part of the new administrative. The amalgamation of the 1st Battalions of the two regiments took place on 31 January 1959 at.To form the 1st Battalion. Staffordshire Regiment The Prince of Wales. The item "KOREAN WAR ERA NAMED NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE REGIMENT OFFICER'S NO1 DRESS UNIFORM" is in sale since Saturday, September 28, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectables\Militaria\1946-1960". The seller is "liveseyjasmine" and is located in Edinburgh. This item can be shipped worldwide.