Scarce Federation of Malaya Home Guard / National Service Badge, circa 1950 - 1963
Malaysian National Service Home Guard badge Die-stamped chrome with painted flag Original pin back. C clasp a bit squashed but still functional otherwise in very good condition. Scarce.
These were worn by the local HG villagers armed with shotguns etc., and the badge was worn on their everyday clothes.
A laurel wreath enclosing strap inscribed “Jawatan Perkhidmata... read more
Malacca Volunteer Rifles, Malay Malaysia Straits Settlements,1927 Hallmarked Silver Gilt Regimental Prize Spoon
An exceptionally good example of a Malacca Volunteer Rifles silver gilt prize spoon, the handle depicting the Famosa Portuguese fort in Malacca, Malaysia. It has a tri-part title scroll below and further motto scroll "Firm Though Few", the supporting shank with floral decoration, the reverse impressed with Sheffield silver hallmarks for 1927 and maker's details "GLtd." (Gladwin Ltd, Rockingham ... read more
Federated Malay Armed Forces Maintenance Corps Bi Metal Cap Badge
A two part bi-metal cast metal cap badge of UK manufacture, with two original loops to the reverse (some bending and damage to loops but fully functional). A tiger superimposed on crossed Kris and Scabbard with the 11 pointed federation star above. Circa 4.8cm tall. Some bending to top part of star otherwise in good condition. I sold a theatre made cast version as my item 58766.
Federation of Malaya Engineers Gilt Brass One Piece Shoulder Title
Officer quality shoulder title with two small loops to the reverse. Slight twist to one lug. In excellent condition.
This pattern not listed in Renfrew, volumes 1 or 2.
See item 62191 for the unit's cap badge.
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Malay Regiment Fire Gilt Officers Cap Badge, adopted 1933
A stunning example, die cast on two original loops. Circa 40mm tall by 27mm wide. Slight twisting to loops and a few small marks to the gilt finish otherwise in excellent condition. Scarce.
This was a two battalion force which fought well in the doomed defence of Singapore. After Japan's defeat it was revived and by the time of Independence in 1957 was seven battalions strong.
FMVRC Federation of Malay States Volunteer Reconnaissance Corps – Gilding Metal Cap Badge
A good gilding metal example on original slider.
Comm DaMc (283)
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Australian Commonwealth Military Forces Bronze Rising Sun Cap Badge
In good condition with two original loops to the reverse (one slightly bent).
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WW1 Australia Imperial Forces Bronze Shoulder Title - Stokes
A bronze shoulder title 'Australia'. Two original loops each to the reverse, one bent over but functional. Maker marked Stokes & Sons Melb.
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