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WW1 Double Bullion on Khaki Wound Stripe

The award of a wound stripe to a soldier was introduced in July 1916 it entitled the man to wear a two inch Russian gold bullion braid sewn to the left sleeve of a jacket, as this proved very hard to keep clean and shiny solid brass stripes replaced them, this indicates that this example is from early on in the Great War, a double stripe indicates being wounded on two occasions. This one comes in very good condition, never used and measures 5cm long.

E40.1

Code: 59837Price:


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WW2 RAAF Australian Squadron Leader KD Epaulette Cloth Slip-on

WW2 Royal Australian Air Force Slip-on Embroidered Cloth Shoulder Title Embroidered blue thread letters on khaki cloth. As worn on Khaki Drill kit on epaulette or shirtsleeve in Middle East and North Africa. Circa 6cm wide and 9.5cm tall. Good condition.

Code: 59787Price: 25.00 GBP


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WW2 Printed War Service Chevron - 4 Years

Removed from uniform, in very good condition and colours bright.

Coll

Code: 59720Price: 6.00 GBP


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WW2 Printed Senior NCO's Cannon Arm Badge on Khaki Cloth

Removed from uniform, in very good condition with bright colouring. Great condition.

Coll

Code: 59719Price: 15.00 GBP


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WW2 Printed Warrant Officer Crown & Wreath on Khaki Cloth

Removed from uniform, in very good condition with bright colouring.


Davis No 599 refers.

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Code: 59718Price: 10.00 GBP


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WW2 Printed Warrant Officer 2nd / 3rd Class Crown on Khaki Cloth

Removed from uniform, in very good condition with bright colouring.

Coll

Code: 59717Price: 10.00 GBP


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British Army EIIR Crown Recruiting Sergeant's rank arm badge - mint in packet of issue

A fine and scarce post 1953 large Recruiting Sergeants rank arm badge. Crowned crossed Union Flags embroidered in bullion, velvet and silk on red cloth ground. NATO / MoD stock number to the rear. Unissued condition and mint in original plastic packet of issue (unopened).

Comm FB

Code: 59657Price: 18.00 GBP


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W.O. Sergeant Armourer Proficiency / Rank Badge - One Piece - Firmin

A most unusual and scarce item to a warrant officer. With all original lugs and maker marked Firmin London. With original brass backing plate. Die cast in bronze. Not workshop made. King's Crown. Possibly colonial. Small orange stain to reverse which will probably clean off. Stunning.

D61.2

Code: 59654Price: 95.00 GBP


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An attractive display of cloth badges to the Royal Irish Rangers

An attractive display of cloth badges to the Royal Irish Rangers, 15 items in total including a single shoulder title, rank and proficiency badges, all in mint condition and lightly taped to a green velvet backing which is mounted on cardboard ready for framing. Please ask for a postage quote first before purchasing if living overseas.

The Royal Irish Rangers (27th (Inniskilling), 83rd and 87th) was a regular infantry regiment of the British Army with a relatively short existence, formed in 1968 and later merged with the Ulster Defence Regiment in 1992 to form the Royal Irish Regiment.

D80.2

Code: 59640Price: 75.00 GBP


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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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