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British Army Proficiency Arm Badge Swords Crossed - Gymnastic Instructor / Assistant Physical Training Instructor
Edward & Langley No 9C refers. Current pattern. High gilt finish with four original loops to the reverse. In very good condition.
Code: 58584Price: 10.00 GBP
Pair of Coldstrean Guards Officer 's Brass Rank Stars Pips
A good pair of Coldstream Guards Officer Regimental pattern Rank Stars or Pips. Die struck with two original loops to the reverse of each. Circa 3.6cm tall. Some light polishing to detail and twisting to lugs with service wear, otherwise in good condition.
Code: 58504Price: 16.00 GBP
Embroidered Crown and Rank Pips Maroon Background - Airborne Forces
Padded cloth officer's King's crown and two pips, the pips of slightly differing sizes, maroon airborne colour backing cloth to all, one pip circa 3cm by 2.7cm and the smaller one, 2.3cm by 2.5cm. Removed from uniform, in good condition. Crown is 3.4cm tall and 3.4cm wide.
Code: 58503Price: 14.00 GBP
QEII Matched Pair of Gilt, Enamel and Velvet Major 's Rank Crowns
Two part construction, gilt and red velvet bright, with two original lugs to the reverse. Each circa 2.2cm tall. Lovely items in very good condition.
Code: 58470Price: 12.00 GBP
Gurkha Rifles Woven Black on Rifle Green Warrant Officer Class 2 ( WO2 ) Cloth Rank Badge
This Warrant Officer Class 2 (WO2) padded badge for wear on the sleeve. It features a black embroidered QEII crown on a dark rifle green backing. In excellent unissued condition. Circa 5.5cm tall by 6cm wide.
Code: 58461Price: 15.00 GBP
QEII Issue Airborne Forces Gold Bullion Hat Badge for Brigadiers and Full Colonels
On maroon airborne colours felt backing. Circa 4.7cm tall and in very good condition. Removed from beret / hat.
Code: 58405Price: 28.00 GBP
Unidentified Gold Bullion Badge on Red Felt Circle
The circle is circa 5.9cm in diameter. Rank badge for a Quartermaster Sergeant? Paper backing and looks early. Any information welcome.
Rifle Volunteers Bullion Proficiency 5 pointed Star for Efficiency
An early dark toned silver bullion wire example on red felt backing. In good condition for age. Issued for each 5 years of continuous service.
Edwards & Langley No 33A refers.
Code: 58385Price: 25.00 GBP
WW2 Vintage Lieutenant 's Khaki Rank Pips on Khaki Slip On
Has seen some wear, especially to the red felt strip, possibly Indian Army. Any information welcome.
Embroidered Cloth Proficiency Diamond Efficiency Badge as worn by Volunteer Rifle Corps / Volunteer Battalions, 1879 - 1909
Introduced in 1879 and withdrawn from wear in 1909 (I can confirm this for definite as I have a sealed pattern of this item in my own collection and it has been annotated as such). Worn on the lower right sleeve just above the Austrian knot. It was awarded to volunteers "returned as efficient in rifle drill and practice in the last annual return of their Corps". The white diamond on scarlet was worn by volunteer infantry (but not rifle battalions which wore black on scarlet). Sanctioned obsolete in 1909. Item 32A in "British Army Proficiency Badges" refers. Removed from uniform so shows some signs of wear but in generally good condition.
Edwards & Langley, No 32A refers.
Code: 58333Price: 25.00 GBP
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