WW1 Period British Army Proficiency Badge - Crossed Swords - Qualified Swordsman
As worn by Physical Training Instructors as well as qualified swordsmen.
Edward & Langley Nos 9 and 27A refers.
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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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British Army Proficiency Badge - Collar / Harness Maker, Saddler, Saddletree Maker
A quality brass arm badge in the shape of a horse bit with four horizontally fitted original loops (flat connector style) with original brass backing plate and cotter pins to the reverse. Circa 4cm tall and 3.7cms wide. In very good condition.
Worn on the upper right arm of the trades listed in the title for mainly horse units such as the Cavalry of the Line, Royal Artillery, Roy... read more
British Army Proficiency Badge Embroidered Rifle - Marksman / First Class Shot
Single embroidered white on khaki SMLE rifle, 1931 dress regulations stated it was to be worn on the lower left sleeve and at an angle of 45 degrees, upwards and inwards. Removed from uniform and in very good condition.
Edwards & Langley p52 Fig 34E refers.
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Royal Tank Corps / Regiment Bronzed Metal Arm Badge
Bronzed brass example with two original loops. As worn in the 1920s and 30s when serving overseas.
Circa 6.7cms wide. In very good condition.
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Honourable Artillery Company HAC 1954 Queen's Prize Embroidered Arm Badge - Unique One off award to one soldier of the HAC in 1954
A one off unique award, each badge has the year of award, so this is the only one awarded for 1954. Ironically the outline illustration in the book quoted below is also the one shown for 1954. Copy of the page to be provided to the buyer. Removed from uniform and in good condition with no moth or repairs. It has some age to it. The Albert Room in Armoury House, Finsbury Park HQ shows the n... read more
WW2 British Army Matched Pair of PRINTED Sergeants Rank Stripes / Chevrons
In unissued condition, a scarce pair of WW2 calico printers printed shoulder titles. Economy issues such as this were produced in late 1942 onwards. Not often encountered (the white spec on the reverse of one is not damage and just needed to be brushed off).
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Rifle Brigade Large Warrant Officer Class 2 Bullion Rank Crown
Large padded bullion king's crown rank badge for Warrant Officer Class 2. Pre 1952 and in very good condition. Signs of having been removed from uniform. Circa 5cms wide including felt backing and 4.7cms tall. Scarce.
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Rifle Brigade Bullion Rank Badge - Warrant Officer Class 2
King's crown so pre 1952. Removed from uniform, some minor light verdigris to some of the metal coils. Padded example and some heavier wear to velvet plush in the padded panels either side of the crown, but generally in good condition and scarce.
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