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Womens' Royal Army Corps ( WRAC ) Officer's Bullion Beret Badge, QEII

Has been worn and removed from headdress. Circa 4.5cm tall, embroidered in gold, silver and red on a bottle-green backing cloth. In good overall condition given has been worn.

Described in K&K Vol 2 page 104, but not illustrated.

D31.7

Code: 58683Price: 25.00 GBP


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Scarce Royal Military Police ( RMP ) GVI Brass Gilding Metal Cap Badge with Royal in title, 1948 -1952 - Gaunt London

A scarce Royal Military Police die struck brass gilding metal cap badge with original slider to the reverse, maker marked with small JR Gaunt London font (no full stop). In good condition but has some red paint behind badge on the front of slider and slider is a little bit wonky. Sealed pattern 14th May 1948.

K&K Vol 2 No 2131 refers.

C3.8

Code: 58618Price: 35.00 GBP


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WW1 Machine Gun Corps ( MGC ) Officer's OSD Pair of Bronze Collar Badges - Gaunt

A pair of die cast bronze collar badges with three original lugs to the reverse of each and both maker marked JR Gaunt London. Circa 3cm tall and 3.5cm wide. From the same die and a close match but not matching as one has more service wear to it and is a touch lighter in colour.

Code: 58581Price: 40.00 GBP


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T / RFA / Warwickshire Matched Pair of Brass Shoulder Titles

Slight service wear, especially to one of the "T"s, but a matched pair in form, lug configuration and colour. For sale as a pair. Three original lugs to each.

Westlake No 632 refers.

Code: 58532Price: 85.00 GBP


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Scarce Honourable Artillery Company ( HAC ) Officer 's OSD Bronze Cap Badge - Blades

A scarce large pattern King' s crown officer' s cap badge die struck in bronze but with rotating gun wheel. Two original blades to the reverse. Would suggest you do not attempt to open these as they can become brittle with age. In very good condition.

D7.1

Code: 58441Price: 65.00 GBP


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WW1 Labour Corps ( LC ) Bronzed OSD Officer's Shoulder TItle

A scarce bronze OSD version with two original loops to the reverse. Circa 2.4cm wide and 1.6cm tall. In good condition. Formed in 1917 ands disbanded in 1919. Many wounded soldiers found themselves allocated to the Labour Corps Battalions.

Westlake No 379 refers.

Comm FB

Code: 58401Price: 40.00 GBP


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QE11 Large Pattern Royal Artillery Anodised Cap Badge - Dowler Birmingham

A large pattern cap badge at circa 4.8cm tall and a better quality badge than the Firmin striking as it has a raised central wheel.

D2.2

Code: 58398Price:


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QE11 Large Pattern Royal Artillery Anodised Cap Badge - Firmin London

Large pattern at circa 5cm tall and marked Firmin London. Flat central wheel. In unissued condition.

D2.2

Code: 58397Price: 5.00 GBP


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RA ( Royal Artillery ) Matched Anodised Small Pattern Officers Shoulder Titles with Backing Plates and Pins

A small pair of shoulder titles at only 1cm tall, matched and complete with backing plates and cotter pins. In unissued condition. Westlake confirms these as officers pattern.

Westlake No 600 refers

D2.2

Code: 58396Price: 10.00 GBP


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QEII Royal Artillery Anodised Small Beret Badge - Dowler Birmingham

A better quality striking than the Gaunt equivalent issue with a raised central wheel and slightly larger at circa 4.1cm tall. In excellent mint condition.

D2.2

Code: 58395Price:

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