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Rare set of 1960's Jordanian Army shoulder epaulets and sleeve patches

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Rare set of 1960's Jordanian Army shoulder epaulets and sleeve patches

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An incredible and never to be seen again set of Jordanian Army shoulder epaulets and sleeve patches from the 1960s. Actual US Army attache' identification files from the Amman Embassy incorporating original authentic Jordanian military cloth insignia. Each patch and shoulder epaulet has been glued to a 14 1/2 x 9 inch file folder (2); although the glue has come loose on some patches due to age. Other than dried glue on the reverse, each patch/insignia is in excellent, unfaded condition. The identification of every patch is hand written below its glue mounting on the folder. Offerings include the shoulder patch for the King's Bodyguard, Royal Guards Regiment, Military Police, Pilot Wings and 23 other units, military schools and services. A truly one-of-a-kind collection opportunity for militaria collectors and/or historians of the Middle East during the height of the Cold War.
This insignia is currently on sale on ebay at: https://www.ebay.com/itm/293540084310  While I have listed a for sale price as a place holder - actual sale price will be the ebay sale price.
I will mail to Europe. 
Please note: I have a large set of United Arab Republic insignias and shoulderboards from the 1960s; also from Army attache' files. Anyone interested in seeing images of this collection can contact me at:

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