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    Introduction, Ordering and Payments

    All prices quoted are in US$. To check the equivalent price in your own currency
    please use this program - http://www.xe.com/

    All items with a price are for sale or trade for items of a similar value
    that I can use in my own collection or for stock. Items marked "TRADE ONLY"
    are for trade only. I am unable to trade item for item of the same value and
    pay for postage as I am then losing out. If you want to trade items I prefer
    trading for militaria from Southern Africa, as that is what most collectors
    contact me for, or for items I need in my own collection.

    Ordering

    To avoid any mistakes when ordering items please copy them from the website and paste
    them to your email order. Please also be sure to send me your full postal address
    and keep me informed on any changes to both your postal and email addresses.

    When placing an order please understand that you are entering into an
    agreement to purchase. If you change your mind and do not want to go through
    with the order, please just let me know.

    If you need a photo of an item before ordering please ask.

    Postage

    Postage is not included in the price. Once the order has been received I
    will check and make sure the items you are interested in are available and
    then let you know. Once you have confirmed that I must go ahead with the
    order I will package the goods, take them to the Post Office and get you a
    postal quote and then send you a Final Account. The Post Office does not
    insure parcels to all countries and only register items up to a certain size
    and weight. If a parcel is lost the Post Office will pay out on insured
    items but not on registered. Insurance does not cover the postage, only the
    value of the article/s purchased. All registered and insured parcels can be
    tracked on this website - www.sapo.co.za

    I do not charge for my time in packaging parcels and taking them to the Post
    Office like some dealers, as I feel that is part of the service. I also do
    not charge you more than what I have to pay the Post Office for postage. I
    do charge for packaging materials but try to keep all the postage costs as
    low as possible.

    Air Mail parcels take about a week to ten days and Surface Mail parcels
    about two to three months to arrive at their destinations. In November and
    December, over the Christmas period, the parcels may take longer to arrive
    due to the increase in the amount of post being sent.

    The Post Office increases their rates on the 1st of April every year.

    Payments

    Please do not send any payment until I have confirmed I have the goods you want to
    order and have sent you a Final Account and the payment details. I only send your
    order after receiving payment.

    Payments in the United Kingdom can be sent to a friend of mine living there. This is the
    easiest, quickest and safest method. I accept payments from other countries in US$,
    AUD, NZ$, or Euros cash, via registered air mail, at my risk once you have the Registered
    Receipt from your Post Office. Bank transfers from overseas work out too expensive as my
    bank charges me a flat rate of about US$17.00 for each foreign exchange transaction.

    I am not geared up for Credit Card payments. PayPal has eventually allowed
    South Africans to open accounts and make payments through them, but we are
    not able to accept payments as they are not linked to any of our banks.

    Guarantee

    All items are guaranteed original unless otherwise stated. If you are not
    happy with any item purchased please let me know as soon as your have received
    it and then return the same item for a refund.

    Contact me at militaria@netpoint.co.za

    OR

    James D.N. MacKenzie
    P.O. Box 1893
    Bellville
    7535
    South Africa

    I collect the following:
  • British General/Campaign Service Medals, badges, paratrooper wings
    and shoulder titles of the Special Air Service, Long Range Desert
    Group, Paratroopers and Commando's.
  • Rhodesian medals, badges and paratrooper wings of the Long Range Desert
    Group, Selous Scouts, Special Air Service and other paratroopers.
  • South African medals, badges and paratrooper wings of the Recces/Special
    Forces and paratroopers.
  • South African Navy cap badges and tallies.
  • Variations of the Fairbairn/Sykes fighting knives.

    Please use the following books for references in all categories of this list.
     
  • A = Badges and Insignia of the Rhodesian Security Forces 1890-1980 by A.J.Arniel
  • AB = Army Badges and Insignia of W.W.II by G.Rosignoli
  • AB1 = Army Badges and Insignia since 1945, book 1, by G.Rosignoli
  • AB2 = Army Badges and Insignia of W.W.II Book 2, by G.Rosignoli
  • AC = Army Commandos 1940-45 by M.Chappell
  • AE = Anzac Elite by C.Lord and J.Tennant
  • AF = Badges and Insignia of W.W.II, Air Force, Naval & Marine by G.Rosignoli, Air Force section
  • ASFI = Allied Special Forces Insignia 1939-48 by P.Taylor
  • AU1 = Army Uniforms of WWII by A.Mollo and M.McGregor
  • AU2 = Army Uniforms since 1945 by D.Smith and M.Chappell
  • B = Collector's Pictorial Book of Bayonets by F.J.Stephens
  • B2 = Bayonets, an Illustrated History, by M.J.Brayley
  • B&T = Parachute Badges and Insignia of the World by R.Bragg and R.Turner
  • B&T = Parachute Wings by R.Bragg and R.Turner
  • B8A = British 8th Army North Africa 1940-43 by R.Adair
  • BA = British Army 1965-80 by D.G.Smith
  • BACB = British Army Collar Badges by Churchill and Westlake
  • BACI = British Army Cloth Insignia by B.L.Davis
  • BAICB = History of the British Army Infantry Collar Badge by C.Churchill
  • BAUI = British Army Uniforms and Insignia of World War Two by Brian L.Davis
  • BBA = Badges of the British Army 1820-1960 by F.Wilkinson
  • BBI2 = British Battle Insignia (2): 1939-45 by M.Chappell
  • BMS = British Military Swords 1786-1912, The Regulation Patterns, by H.J.S.Withers
  • BS1 = The British Soldier Volume 1 by Jean Bouchery
  • BWU = Battlefield Weapons and Uniforms of WWII by F.Smits
  • C = Contact! by J.Lovett
  • C2 = Contact II by P.L.Moorcraft
  • CA = Canada's Army in World War II by F.R.Tripp
  • CAI = Canadian Airborne Insignia 1942 to Present by T.Clark and H.Pugh
  • CCC = Canteens, Cups and Covers of the U.S. Army by L.C.Scott
  • CO = Military Badges and Insignia of Southern Africa by C.R.Owen
  • DW1 = Starting Out, Collecting South African Militaria, by Dudley Wall, DW1 followed by
      the page number and then the badge number
  • DW2 = Insignia and History of the Rhodesian Armed Forces 1890-1980 by Dudley Wall
  • DW3 = Starting Out, Collecting British Insignia, by Dudley Wall
  • E = The Elite, Rhodesian Special Air Service by B.Cole
  • EP = The Elite Pictorial, Rhodesian Special Air Service by B.Cole
  • F = Forman's Guide to Third Reich German Awards, 1st Edition
  • FFLP = French Foreign Legion Paratroops by M.Windrow and W.Braby
  • FK = Fighting Knives by Frederick J.Stephens
  • GH = History of the German Helmet 1916-1945 by L.Baer
  • GI = Uniforms, Weapons and Equipment of the WWII G.I. by Sylvia & O'Donnell
  • HHC1 = Regimental Devices in South Africa 1783-1954, by
      H.H. Curson, have HHC1 followed by the page number then the badge number
  • HHC2 = More Military and Police Devices From South Africa 1790-1962,
      by H.H. Curson, HHC2 followed by page number and then the badge number
  • I = Israel Defence Forces Insignia, by M.Furlan
  • IA1 = The Italian Army 1940-45 (1), by P.S.Jowett
  • IA2 = The Italian Army 1940-45 (2), by P.S.Jowett
  • IA3 = The Italian Army 1940-45 (3), by P.S.Jowett
  • IA4 = The Italian Invasion of Abyssinia 1935-36, by D.Nicolle
  • IA5 = Uniformi e Distintivi Dell'Esercito Italiano 1933-1945, by Paolo Marzetti
  • K&K1 = Head-Dress Badges of the British Army Volume 1, by Kipling and King
  • MAW1 = Modern African Wars (1): Rhodesia 1965-80 by P.Abbott (Osprey)
  • MAW2 = Modern African Wars (2): Angola and Mozambique 1961-74 by P.Abbott (Osprey)
  • MAW3 = Modern African Wars (3): South West Africa by H-R.Heitman and P.Hannon (Osprey)
  • MC = Military Collectables by J.Lyndhurst, MC followed by page
      number and then the badge number, e.g. MC48/31, page 48, badge number 31
  • MI = Military Insignia, Wordsworth Handbook
  • MVSN = MVSN Storia, Organizzazione Uniformi e Distintivi, by Guido Rosignoli
  • N = Badges and Insignia of W.W.II, Air Force, Naval & Marine by G.Rosignoli, Naval section
  • NZ1 = New Zealand Army Distinguishing Patches 1911-1991 Part 1 by Thomas and Lord
  • NZ2 = New Zealand Army Distinguishing Patches 1911-1991 Part 2 by Thomas and Lord
  • RM39 = Royal Marines 1939-93 by N.van der Bijl and P.Hannon
  • RM56 = Royal Marines 1956-84 by W.Fowler and P.Hannon
  • RSI1 = R.S.I. Badges and Medals 1943-45 Volume 1, by Fausto Sparacino
  • RSI2 = R.S.I. Badges and Medals 1943-45 Volume 2, by Fausto Sparacino
  • S&D1 = Swords and Daggers by Eduard Wagner
  • S&D2 = Swords and Daggers by F.Wilkinson
  • SABW = South Africa's Border War 1966-1989 by Willem Steenkamp
  • SAWM = South African War Machine by Helmoed-Romer Heitman
  • SDC = A Collectors Guide to Swords, Daggers and Cutlasses by Gerald Weland
  • SEASF = South East Asian Special Forces by K.Conboy
  • SF = Special Forces Insignia by James G.Shortt
  • SOF = Uniforms of the Soldiers of Fortune by L.Thompson
  • SRB = Scottish Regimental Badges 1793-1971
  • SS = Selous Scouts Top Secret War by R.Reid Daly and P.Stiff
  • SSP = Selous Scouts Pictorial by P.Stiff
  • ST = Collecting Metal Shoulder Titles by Ray Westlake
  • STPA = Some Talk of Private Armies by L.Whittaker
  • SUB = A Guide to Submarine Insignia by A.Philips
  • SUB2 = Through the Periscope, South African Submarines: The First Thirty Years
  • US = U.S. Army Cloth Insignia 1941 to the Present by B.L.Davis
  • USMK = U.S. Military Knives, book III, by M.H.Cole
  • WB = World Bayonets 1800 to the Present, first edition, by A.Carter
  • WS = World Swords 1400-1945, by H.J.S.Withers
  • WSFI = World Special Forces Insignia by G.Rottman

     
     
     
     
     
     
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