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Skill in Driving Steering Wheel Prize Proficiency Trade Arm Badge - Mechanised Units

Introduced in the early 1930s and abolished in 1950, this steering wheel brass badge was awarded to Mechanised Batteries of the Royal Artillery and from 1936 to Royal Engineer and Royal Signals also, at the rate of one prize per unit and were also worn in WW2 to signify driving instructors. Circa 3.5cm in diameter, die cast brass metal and with two original lugs to the reverse. In good very condition.

Edwards & Langley No 71A refers.

D80.4

Code: 59412Price: 8.00 GBP


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A in Flames aa Anodised Aluminium Proficiency Arm badge for Ammunition Technician, Assistant Ammunition Examiner (RAOC only)

Worn only in RAOC units responsible for the storage, supply, maintenance, repair, inspection and modification of all ammunition used in the British Army, plus disposal. Minimum, rank is Corporal and by Warrant Officers on right arm. This pattern worn until 1960. Circa 6.2cm tall.

Three original loops to the reverse and in very good condition.

Edwards & Langley No 118A refers.

D80.4

Code: 59411Price: 15.00 GBP


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M in Wreath in AA Anodised Aluminium - Mortarman Proficiency Arm Badge

Not encountered very often, in gold coloured anodised, with two original loops to the reverse. Circa 5.4 cm across and although with some minor service wear obvious to the finish in good condition. Introduced 1957 for qualified mortar layers and worn on lower left sleeve.

Edwards & Langley No 91A refers (p85).

D80.6

Code: 59391Price: 15.00 GBP


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British Army Cavalry Scout Large Pattern Proficiency Badge with bottom bar

Worn 1905 to 1921. Engraved brass with two original lugs to the reverse. very large at circa 8.5cm tall for wear on the tunic. Scarce to find in this size. Bottom bar indicates either Corporal of Horse or above for the Household Cavalry, or Sergeant Scout / Regimental Scouts for the Cavalry of the Line. Some service wear otherwise in very good condition.

Edwards & Langley No 12A refers.

D80.5

Code: 59386Price: 75.00 GBP


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British Army Cavalry Scouts Small Pattern Proficiency Badge with bottom bar

Smaller pattern was usually worn on service dress and worn 1905 to 1921. Engraved brass with two original lugs to the reverse. Circa 4.4cm tall. Bottom bar indicates either Corporal of Horse or above for the Household Cavalry, or Sergeant Scout / Regimental Scouts for the Cavalry of the Line. Very good condition and scarce.

Edwards & Langley No 12A refers.

D80.6

Code: 59381Price: 55.00 GBP


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Air Despatch Royal Army Service Corps ( RASC) Gilt Brass Proficiency Wrist Sleeve Badge, QEII

Die struck with two original lugs to the reverse. Some verdigris to reverse otherwise in excellent condition with sharp detail. Circa 48mm wide by 31mm tall.

Worn 1957 - 1965 by RASC personnel only.

Edwards & Langley No 123A refers (see text p103).

D80.4

Code: 59320Price: 15.00 GBP


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RSM / Warrant Officer Class 1 Embroidered Cloth Rank Arm Badge

A small King's crown example, unissued condition, with royal crest picked out in blue, yellow and red coloured embroidered thread. Circa 5cm wide and 4.2cm tall. Hessian backed. In very good condition.

D89.3

Code: 59306Price: 18.00 GBP


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Airborne Forces - Embroidered Flat Cloth Parachute Qualification Wing

An original standard UK made item, circa 8,2cm wide and 3.6cm tall. In very good condition and an earlier issue.

Introduced in March 1941, and worn on the right arm below the shoulder title and above the Pegasus patch.

Comm FB

Code: 59141Price: 65.00 GBP


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British Army Cavalry Scout Large Pattern Proficiency Badge with bottom bar

Worn 1905 to 1921. Engraved brass with one original lug of two remaining to the reverse (some squashing to remaining lug but still functional). very large at circa 8.5cm tall for wear on the tunic (see comparison photo with smaller arm badge separately listed for sale below). Scarce to find in this size. Bottom bar indicates either Corporal of Horse or above for the Household Cavalry, or Sergeant Scout / Regimental Scouts for the Cavalry of the Line.

Edwards & Langley No 12A refers.

Comm FB

Code: 59046Price:


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British Army Cavalry Scout Small Pattern Proficiency Badge with bottom bar

Smaller pattern was usually worn on service dress and worn 1905 to 1921. Engraved brass with two original lugs to the reverse. Circa 4.5cm tall. Bottom bar indicates either Corporal of Horse or above for the Household Cavalry, or Sergeant Scout / Regimental Scouts for the Cavalry of the Line. Very good condition and scarce.

Edwards & Langley No 12A refers.

A158.1

Code: 59045Price: 55.00 GBP

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