A good set on original lugs and with pagri strip.
Circular cloth formation sign as worn by 2nd South African Infantry Division in WW2 . In good condition.
BoBD (Jon Mills) No 2388 refers.
Die cast gilt collar badge with neatly cut red felt backing and two original loops to the reverse. Circa 3cms tall. Minor service wear to gilt and one tear in the backing cloth around a lug otherwise in good condition and scarce. Possibly also worn in this size on the side cap.
See also my item 58269 the cap badge and 58120 for the button.
Renfrew el al Vol 1 no 371 refers.
A stunning matched pair of QEII issue blue velvet epaulettes with RWAFF button studs (the gilt on the buttons now mainly back to the brass) but the Rank insignia in fire gilt with red velvet backings to the crown. In superb condition. Scarce.
A large, heavy and attractive item in chromed metal with green backing colour the title scroll. Circa 13cms tall.
Maker marked to reverse 'Birmingham Medal Co". In good overall condition and an attractive and unusual piece.
Most likely of East African manufacture, with two original tombstone style loops to the reverse.
A pair British South Africa Police printed epaulette slip on shoulder titles, not identical for a reasonable match.
Comm BoHa (17)
A really nice striking with sharp detail and two original loops to the reverse. worn 1902 - 1913 only. Circa
54mm x 34mm. King's Crown.
Comm BoHa (22)
A large well made die cast white metal with two original loops to the reverse. Circa 52mm tall and 63mm wide. Lovely condition with sharp detail. King's Crown. Worn 1902-1913. Scarce.
Comm BoHa (20)
A large die cast brass badge with two original loops to the reverse. Circa 5.2cm tall. Not to be confused with the smaller collars of the same pattern. In very good condition.
Owen No 1838 refers.
Comm BoHa (5)
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