In very good condition with wo original loops to the reverse (some verdigris to rear). Feintly maker marked Stokes & Sons Melbourne - very hard to read but there. As worn on the Slouch Hat.
In good condition, some service wear to bronze finish. Two original loops to the reverse. Maker marked Stokes & Sons Melbourne. Also worn in this size on the peaked cap.
In very good condition with no wear to finish and two original loops to the reverse. Also worn in this size on the peaked cap.
A matched pair of bronze shoulder titles. Two original loops each to the reverse. Also both marked Stokes & Sons Melb. One marked feinter than the other.
The Australian Flag (edges taped over to reverse), and two flashes, Australian Military Forces embroidered in silk thread (QEII issue) and a later version the Australian Army.
A bullion badge in unissued condition. Some small tape marks to reverse where removed from an album. Circa 6.3cm tall including black backing felt. Slightly padded.
This regiment was formed in 1971. Allegedy they wore the corps RAAC hat badge until around 1978 when all members were officially issued the bullion beret badge (see attached picture). They could also privately purchase extra bullion badges to be worn on bush berets. The white metal badge was issued in 1980, but only worn until 1981.
The 4th Cavalry Regiment was an APC regiment based at Enoggera Barracks, Brisbane. It was raised on 11th October 1971 and was amalgamated with the 3rd Cavalry Regiment to form the 3rd/4th Cavalry Regiment in 1981.
In very good condition with two original loops to the reverse (one slightly flattened to a D shape).
In very good condition.
A collection of 4 different WW1 fund raising tinnies, all for O.A.S. (On Active Service) fund raising for comforts for the troops. They have their maker's labels ( Alfred E.S. Stokes, 228 Pitt Street, Sydney) to the reverse and original pin fittings. Some foxing showing through the illustrations and rusting to the pins, but generally in above average condition and quite scarce.
Some 15,485 Tasmanian men enlisted during the Great War. With some 13,000 of those serving overseas, of whom half became casualties, and with 2432 of those losing their lives.
A rare white metal die cast badge with two original lugs to the reverse and embossed JR Gaunt & Son Ltd London to the reverse. Circa 3.6cm tall. In excellent condition.
Sold to PG
website designed and maintained by Concept500