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ROYAL FUSILIERS CAP BADGE - BOER WAR PERIOD

Late Victorian period Royal Fusiliers Cap Badge, complete with 2 lugs on reverse.

41mm x 30mm

Condition: Good Condition

Code: 52107Price: 22.00 GBP


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WW2 SILVER 'TA' TERRITORIAL ARMY LAPEL BADGE

Sterling Silver. Reverse officially numbered '156357'

Note: Designed by the Royal Mint & approved by King George VI in March 1938. Silver was chosen as a link to the silver badges & trimmings traditionally worn by the Volunteers. All badges were officially numbered, with numbers 1 and 2 being presented to the King & Queen, as Honorary Colonels of TA regiments. Issued to all Territorial Army Officers and O/Rs upon enlistment, but this ceased in 1939 when the TA was absorbed into the army. All pre-war examples have a lapel fixing & its issue was revived in 1947, when a pin-back fixing was also introduced.

See: http://www.britishbadgeforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=24461

Condition: Good Condition

Code: 52105Price: 10.00 GBP


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WW2 'THE KING'S BADGE' - FOR LOYAL SERVICE

Authorised by the Ministry of Pensions in WW2, it was initially issued to servicemen discharged from active service as a result of their injuries & was to be worn only on civilian clothing. By the end of 1941 over 8,000 had been awarded. By late 1944 it was also being awarded to the coastguards, police, members of the Civil Defence Services & the Home Guard.

26mm Diameter with a half-moon buttonhole lapel fitting.

Condition: Good Condition

Code: 52104Price: 10.00 GBP


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HALLMARKED SILVER 'ARP' WOMAN VOLUNTEER'S BADGE

London 1938 Hallmark.

Note: In September 1935 the prime minister, Stanley Baldwin, authorised the publication of ‘Air Raid Precautions’ and invited local authorities to make preparations to protect people in the event of war. By April 1937, ARP volunteers began to be recruited and within a year over 200,000 had signed up, dedicated to the protection of civilians from the danger of air raids. It included the Raid Wardens' Service that was to report on bombing incidents, wardens, messengers, ambulance drivers and rescue parties, plus liaison duties with the police and fire brigades.

Condition: Very Good Condition.

Code: 51639Price: 15.00 GBP


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ORIGINAL WW1 PRUSSIAN INFANTRY 'PICKELHAUBE' HELMET PLATE

With 1 metal screw lug fitting. 

Condition: Small crack between right wing & 'FR' shield. Also lacks one claw & the orb, otherwise in original souvenir condition.

Code: 51453Price: 29.00 GBP


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ORIGINAL 6th 'CITY OF GLASGOW' BATTALION T.F. HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY CAP BADGE

With Battle Honour ' SOUTH AFRICA 1900-2' on scroll, as worn throughout the First World War.

Condition: One replacement lug. Lettering on scroll is rubbed but still clearly legible, VF

Code: 51454Price: 25.00 GBP


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ORIGINAL VICTORIAN ROYAL COAT OF ARMS BADGE

All brass, pre-1902 Queen Victoria Crown pattern.

Condition: Very Good Condition

Code: 50849Price: 15.00 GBP


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ORIGINAL 'ROYAL ARTILLERY ' CAP BADGE WITH TURNING WHEEL

All brass King's Crown pattern, as worn during WW1.

Note: Wheel is overlaid but does not actually turn.

Condition: Very Good Condition

Code: 50851Price: 15.00 GBP


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ORIGINAL FRENCH ARMY '18E RÉGIMENT DE TRANSMISSIONS' BADGE

Enamelled 18th Signal Regt, French Army Badge of 1950's.

Reverse marked 'H638 Drago, Paris'.

Condition: Very Good Condition

Code: 50853Price: 15.00 GBP


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ORIGINAL 'ROYAL EAST KENT YEOMANRY' CAP BADGE

Condition: Very good condition.

Code: 50338Price: 20.00 GBP

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