Well made padded badge with some minor tarnishing to the bullion otherwise in very good condition with two rear fixing hooks, some minor mothing to the rear felt black cloth, but does not detract.
Made from the Perspex of crashed and damaged aircraft. The central motif looks like it has been taken from the standard RAF cap badge. So a good early example of WW2 recycling all round!
Circa 6.7cm in height from top of bar to base of heart, and circa 5cm across, so a large item. Original pin fittings and no damage. Unusual and attractive.
A King's Crown die struck cap badge with two original loops and cotter pin to reverse. Some minor twisting to one lugs otherwise in lovely condition with good detail.
A fine padded half wing with “RO” to centre of wreath. Good example, removed from uniform. Actually worn by airborne Radar Operators.
In very good condition and colours bright. Red on grey backing.
In very good condition.
Two different patterns, with no damage to enamel, slight wear to gilt on high points otherwise in very good condition with original pins and fixings, fully functional.
In excellent condition with original and functional pin fittings. Circa 3.2cm tall.
in good condition with three blades to the reverse (one tip shortened).
Gilt brass button with some wear to gilt finish and traces of polish residue, a ding to one edge otherwise in good condition with fixed shank. Backmarked J Weldon & co, London. Circa 23mm in diameter.
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