Decals made in Great Britain. Almark decals is now out of business. Also released under the ED Models name. They did a series of well known and very nice aircraft decals, but we only stumbled across the AFV series by chance. If the properties of these decals are the same as those of the aircraft decals, then they are very good, and have the nice property that the carrier film can be removed after they have dried on the vehicle by very gently rubbing them with a cloth that has been moistened with a small amount of 'white spirit'.
These decals are listed as 1/76, but they will more than likely do just as well for any corresponding vehicle in 1/72.
What is sure is that this list is not complete.
Readers with more information are kindly asked to fill in the blanks.
|Kit Number||Kit Name||Comments||Previews||Reviews||Articles|
|T1||Afrika Korps Palms & Eagle Emblems|
|T 1/2||SS & Africa Korps Emblems Decals|
|T2||SS Panzer Division Signs|
|T3||German Army Crosses 1939~45 Decals|| 7 styles of
crosses. 4 white of varying thicknesses, 2 black and white (one with
rarely seen black outline), and one pure black.
My set was definitely out of register, making the black and white decals unusable- R. Haelterman
|T5||German Tank Numbers Solid and Outlines||Picture|
|T7||US Army & Allied Stars|
|T8||US National Markings and Numbers||
Contains the following:
|T9||German Panzer Divisions and Vehicle Classification Markings||Contains the following:
- Vehicle classifcation markings, each in yellow and white (e.g. 'towed artillery', 'motorcycle', etc.). In these Almarks also includes unit markings for Grossdeutschland in yellow and white ('solid' and 'outline' style) and the "G" and "K" markings for 'Guderian' and 'Von Kleist' respectively in white and yellow.
- A series of divisional markings in both yellow and white for 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13 and 21 Pz.Div.
- 3 'commander in chief' markings in 2 sizes. - R. Haelterman
|T10||German Panzer Div Marks & Warning Signs||Contains the following:
- Various signs (2 of each): Achtung, Achtung Minen, Explosive, Rauchen Verboten, Zeugamt, Benzin
- German national flags (4 copies)
- A series of divisional markings in both yellow (4 each) and white (4 each) for 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 Pz.Div.
- 25 Pz.Div. (4 shields) and Hermann Göring Panzer Division (8 each of yellow and white) - Al Magnus
|T11||SS Panzer Division Emblems Decals|| All-white decals
- SS Panzer Division Lehr [sic]. Never mind that Pz Lehr was a Heer division.
- 1 (LSSAH), 8 (Florian Geyer), 9 (Hohenstaufen), 10 (Frundsberg), 12 (HJ), 18 (Horst Wessel) SS Panzer Division [sic]. Never mind that 'Florian Geyer' and 'Horst Wessel' were not Pz Div. as such.
You get a comfortable number (14 to be exact) well-rendered insignia per division. Except for LSSAH, they are a bit on the large side, so might be oversized for the smaller AFV.- R. Haelterman
|T13||Airborne and Infantry Divisions||Contains the following:
- 30 red 'infantry squares'
- 8 'Airborne Divisions' squares (pegasus).
- 8 '3rd Infantry Division' triangles
- 8 '1st Infantry Division' circles
- 8 '2nd Infantry Division' squares (crossed keys)
- 8 '4th Infantry Division' squares
- squadron signs (circles, triangles, squares and diamonds and numerals: 40, 75 76, 79, 80, 82) - R. Haelterman
|T14||Russian Tank Markings||Contains the following:
- A large assortment of red stars in various styles and sizes, incl. white-bordered, yellow-bordered and with hammer and sickle superimposed. The white borders are slightly out of register.
- Diamonds with varios numerical combinations
- Large yellow and white "Soviet style" numerals - R. Haelterman
|T15||Arms Of Service Signs||
Contains the following:
|T16||Arms Of Service Signs|| Contains the
- 15 R.A.S.C., inc. HQ, squares (red/green).
- Recce Regiment R.A.C. unit strips (which have to be cut to length) in blue/green
- Armored Car Regiment strips (which have to be cut to length) in green/white
- Squadron Markings: 'HO in circle', 'red triangle', 'yellow square', 'blue diamond'
- Formation HQ black squares
- Lorried Infantry Battalions green squares
- white numerals: 40, 47, 60, 61, 62, 63, 79, 70, 81, 82, 83, 84
- white letters and numerals: F, T, 1 to 10. - R. Haelterman
|TS1||Wittman’s Tiger – Russian and Normandy Front||Picture|
|TS3||Israeli Jeeps M3’s Halftracks Syrian T-34/85||
|TS4||Israeli M-48 Patton Centurion 5 Super-Sherman||This decal sheet was released in late 1960s, soon after the 6 Day War. The vehicle plate numbers are for 4 different numbers only (i.e. 4 sets of 10 plates, each set of 10 with the same number). The instruction sheet covers the vehicles concerned, all tanks, without any picture references. As far as I know at the time of the decal set's release only the Centurion Mk. VIII from Airfix was available. There were no Super Sherman M50, I-Sherman M51 nor M48 in kit form at the time. - M. Pregazzi||
|TS5||German Tank Numbers|