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
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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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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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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Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant (RQMS) Brass Rank Star Arm Badge, 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 (slightly flattened for comfort). Introduced in 1881. Obsolete from 1915 onwards as replaced by a crown. Scarce. Circa 3.6cm across.
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WW1 Wounded Stripe - Prov No 4 (7342 - 17)Patented
Gilt dulled with two original lugs, backing plate and cotter pin. This is exactly 2 inches in length and was authorised for wear by Army Order 249 of August 1916 and this was only issued in this size up to 1922 (discontinued for wear on uniform by Army Order 434 of 1922).
Wound stripes issued in WW2 were only 1.5 inches in length.
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WW2 Printed Senior NCOs Royal Artillery Cannon Arm Badge on Khaki Cloth
Removed from uniform, in very good condition with bright colouring. Great condition.
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15/19th King's Own Hussars Lt-Col Full Dress Epaulettes
An impressive matched pair of full dress No 1 dress senior officer insignia, embroidered white on yellow felt rank insignia for the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel mounted on gorgeous red felt full length slip-ons. White on khaki embroidered officer's pattern shoulder titles for the 15th/19th King's Own Hussars. Queen's Crown. Minor service wear but in very good condition. In 1970s a Royal Armou... read more