90 Field vehicle markings

90 Field Sexton
25 pdr SP Sexton – NW Europe November 1944 C sub-section, A Troop, 357 Bty
86 tac sign 1. Tac sign
90 Fld aos 2. Arm of Service
2 Army badge 3. 2 Army badge
90 Fld Sexton side
Note. Name and star are white..Vehicle is a single overall colour, no camouflage
A Troop 357 Battery
D Troop 358 Battery
ATTACKER – Sexton DEFIANT – Sexton
(hit shortly after D Day and replaced by S233831 ATTACKER II) – Sexton Mk2 DREADNOUGHT – Sexton
AUGUSTA – Sexton Mk2 DREADNOUGHT II – Sexton
AJAX – Sexton Mk2 T228476 DEVILS DELIGHT – Sherman V Observation Post
ACHILLES – Sexton Mk2  
APOLLO – Signals carrier E Troop 465 Battery
AURORA – Sherman V Observation Post EARLDOM – Sexton
  ENDURANCE – Sexton
B Troop 357 Battery
ENTERPRISE – Sexton
BEAU BRUMMEL – Sexton EXCALIBUR – Sexton
BEAU FIGHTER – Sexton  
BEAU GESTE – Sexton F Troop 465 Battery
  FEE – Sexton Mk2
C Troop 358 Battery
S233720 FIE – Sexton Mk2
S233892 CATANIA – Sexton Mk2 S233900 FO – Sexton Mk2
CHALLENGER – Sexton Mk2 FUM – Sexton Mk2
   
   
90 Fld Sherman
Sherman Observation Post NW Europe September 1944 Troop Leader, D Troop, 358 Bty
90 Fld Sexton side 2
25 pdr SP Sexton – Brussels September 1944 D Troop, 358 Bty
90 Fld Sexton side 3
25 pdr SP Sexton – Holland October 1944
90 Fld Sexton front

The photo is too indistinct to make out the markings other than the allied star.

Below the star on the front there appears to be the Tac Sign above the Arm of Service sign as at the top of this page. There appears to be no standard position for the allied star, positioning being left to individual Troops or even vehicles.