British Army Artillery Proficiency Arm Badge - Crossed Guns
Worsted example with brown threads on khaki backing. Hessian backed. Early example. Discontinued as a prize badge in 1921.
Edward & Langley 20A refers.
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Lewis Gunner / Light Machine Gunner White Metal Proficiency Arm Badge with Original Backing Plate
Lewis Gunner's (later Light Machine Gunner's) proficiency badge in old Enlgish script and nickel dipped to appear as white metal with all three original horizontal loops to the reverse and with its original brass backing plate with cotter pins. This pattern in old English script.
Vendor states white metal versions were worn by Australian servicemen qualified on this weapon. L... read more
Khaki Dress Royal Tank Corps (RTC) RTR Regiment Embroidered Cloth Arm Badge
Removed from uniform but in good condition.
Ref Tanks & Goodbuy P Payne & J MacDonald p29.
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Tank Corps / Royal TanK Regiment (TC/ RTR) Officers Arm Badge
An early light bronzed example on two original blades, believed to be officer's issue. Circa 8cms long. In very good condition.
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WW1 Era Tank Corps Brass Arm Badge with Shaped Backing Plate
In very good condition with two original loops to the reverse, original shaped backing plate and cotter / split pin. Side view of a WW1 male tank in brass as worn on the right sleeve. Circa 8cms long excluding the backing plate. Scarce and complete.
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Royal Marines Stone Coloured King's Badge For Wear on No 5W Dress Arm Badge
In unissued condition with stock number to top right. Circa 9cms in diameter.
On 7 March 1918, His Majesty King George V visited the Depot Royal Marines, at Deal in Kent. On this occasion he inspected Royal Marines Recruit squads, and took the salute of the 4th Battalion at a March Past. Six weeks later the 4th Battalion were to storm ashore on to the Mole in the raid on Zeebru... read more
Royal Marines Lovat Tunic (No 5 Dress) Princes Award Qualification Badge Royal Marines (RM) Royal Navy Badge
Royal Marine Princes Award qualification badge for the Royal Marines as worn on the Lovat Tunic (No 5 Dress). In excellent unissued condition.
This Royal Marines Princes Award qualification badge for the Royal Marines is hand embroidered with the cypher of Prince Phillip in silver wire.
This badge is typically worn on the sleeve of a Royal Marines uniform and when on the... read more
Bren Gunner Embroidered Cloth British Army White on Khaki Cloth Proficiency Arm Badge
unofficial / private purchase item, removed from uniform and in very good condition for age.
Edward & Langley No 186 refers.
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Brigadiers Rank Slide Royal Welsh Fusiliers (RWF) - Brigadier Charles Hince
Brigadier's Rank Slide embroidered with the letters in black with the letters RWF (Royal Welsh Fusiliers). According to the owner of this item (a noted historian of the regiment), this was specially made for Brigadier Charles Hince. The slide has not been sealed at the back and has some glue and paper stuck to the reverse, otherwise in very good condition and rare.
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British Army DM Winged Wheel Embroidered Cloth Trade Prociiency Arm Badge
Part of a series of unofficial trade arm badges worn in WW2 and after. This one in unissued condition. Driver Mechanic perhaps?
Edwards & Langley No 223 refers.
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