WW1 Scarce Four Wound Cloth Stripes Grouping
A scarce example of four bullion wound strips tailored into one panel. These are mounted onto Other Ranks pattern backing cloth. In very good condition with no moth or damage. Measures 6.3cm by 4.7cm in total, but without the top and tailing strips, the bullion wound stripes measure 5cm ( 2 inches ) as one would expect to find from WW1 wound stripes. Looks like glue traces to reverse. read more
British Army Trade Proficiency Army Badge - LMG ( Light Machine Gunner ) Embroidered Khaki
Circa 6.7cm wide, good condition, with blue tack traces to reverse.
Edwards & Langley No 201 refers.
A55.5 read more
British Army Marksman Brass Proficiency Trade Arm Badge - Crossed Rifles
Die cast gilding metal, with four original lugs to the reverse. Some slight mishaping from wear, but in good condition otherwise. Post 1890 pattern.
Edwards & Langley No 1B refers.
A55.6 read more
Large Pattern Warrant Officer Class III King's Crown Brass Rank Crown, pre 1953
Circa 4.2cm tall and 3.8cm wide, large king's crown, with two original lugs to the reverse (circa 1.5cm apart). Good condition with sharp detail and scarce. The smaller bronze crown is a standard size major's epaulette rank badge, and included to show the scale of this item only. It is not included for sale here. Warrant Officer Class 3 was introduced in 1938 and suspended in 1940,... read more
Belgian Army Sports Brevet ( Breast ) Badge national colours on three rings on crossed swords
Brass alloy die struck with two original lugs to the reverse. Three different poorly enamelled rings to match national colours. Circa 5cm wide and 3.5cm tall. Good stiff badge - proficiency badge, skill at arms. read more
Matched Frosted Silver & Enamel Rank Crowns for the Rank of Major with a single Gilt A for Aide-de-Camp
A lovely pair of frosted silver rank crowns with the jewels picked out in different enamel colours on the crowns with two original silvered lugs to the reverse. Circa 2.1cm tall, together with a small gilt 'A' (1cm tall) on long securing blades (both present) which signifies the position of Aide-de-camp.
These came with the other Aide-de-camp items separately listed as w... read more
Scarce Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant ( R.Q.M.S. ) Brass Rank Star ( pre 1915 )
A brass appointment sleeve badge worn above four inverted chevrons by a R.Q.M.S. in the form of a rose to the centre of an eight-pointed star with two original lugs to the reverse. Introduced in 1881. Obsolete from 1915 onwards as replaced by a crown. Circa 3.6cm across. read more
Warrant Officers No 1 Dress Royal Crest Sleeve Badge, post 1953
No 1 Dress Cherry coloured backed Bullion thread Warrant Officer's Sleeve Badge. Circa 7.2cm tall and 7cm wide. QEII issue, but has some age to it and signs of being removed from uniform.