Scarce WW2 Northumberland & Durham War Needs Fund Gilt and Enamel Pin Badge
Gilt bright (some minor spotting) with enamel in good condition, with no damage. Original pin fitting and maker marked on reverse Fattorini, Bradford. Circa 2.3cm in diameter. Coll.
WW2 Home Front - Scarce Home Guard Slip-on Embroidered Shoulder Titles
Scarce not quite a pair but close. Good condition with no moth, damage or repairs. Some paper stuck to the reverse of one of the retaining slips. One is darker than the other in colour of lettering. Worn from 1941 onwards.
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WW2 Home Front Home Guard Battledress Pair of Numbers 13 - Uncut
Pair of uncut printed shoulder title numerals as worn with county designations by a large number of different units. Some slight markes otherwise very good conditon for age and original.
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WW2 Home Front London Home Guard ( HG ) Cloth Flash Designation
Original printed title in unissued condition.
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SY 56 Surrey County 56th Battalion Home Guard ( HG ) Cloth Combination Shoulder Title
Removed from uniform. In good condition.
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WW2 Home Front - Lincolnshire Home Guard Printed Cloth Formation Sign
A printed example of the Lincolnshire Imp on khaki rectangular backing. Worn by 1st, 2nd and 3rd battalions of the City of Lincoln Home Guard. A little bit sticky to the reverse otherwise in very good condition. Scarce.
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Air Raid Precautions ARP Hallmarked Silver Ladies Issue Pin Badge - Date letter D for 1939
A good early war example, reverse with London silver hallmarks for 1939 and with makers mark "J.C.". In very good condition (silver dark toned), original pin and 'c' clasp fittings (c fitting slightly stretched open but still functional). Circa 3.9cm tall.
WW2 Printed Designations for 22nd Battalion Kent (Tunbridge Wells) Home Guard
Came together, each pair uncut and in unissued condition.
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WW2 ROF (Royal Ordnance Factory) Front Line Duty Printed Cloth Overalls Badge
Removed from overalls, a good worn example with folded over edges, some now a bit frayed and lifting and some stitching marks, and a bit grubby. Of Calico Printers manufacture.
In August 1942 an article in the magazine War Illustrated announced the approval a new badge "to be worn by the men and women engaged in Royal Ordnance Filling Factories" to acknowledge the debt... read more
WW2 Home Front Territorial Army (TA) Silver Mufti Lapel Badge
Sanctioned for wear in 1938, and made by Royal Mint, this badge consisted of the letters TA between two horizontal lines across the centre of a circle. Below the circle is a lion springing aggressively forward with legs outstretched, the whole being surmounted by a king's crown. Badges were of (unmarked) Sterling silver with a lapel fixing in base metal with a number being stamped into ... read more