WW2 Home Front Surrey Police Auxiliary Messenger Service ( PAMS ) lapel badge
Chrome and enamel lapel badge (variant with red enamel to crown) for the Surrey Police Auxiliary Messenger Service. Half moon lapel fitting stamped with the numeral "1" and maker marked Thomas Fattorini Ltd, Regent St, Birmingham, excellent condition. 29mm tall.
PAMS consisted of 500 full time and a large number of part time youths between 16 and 18 who were employed as ... read more
Home Guard Old Comrades Association Silver Spoon - 42 (County of London) Battalion
Home Guard OCA silver plated (EPNS marked). Enamel in good condition. Queen's crown therefore post 1953 period.
Part of the South-West Sub-District, London Passenger Transport Board (LPTB) Home Guard, which was comprised of the following units:
No.1 Battalion 41st County of London (Ilford), No.2 Battalion 42nd County of London (East Sheen), No.3 Battalio... read more
Hallmarked Silver Officer's Regular Army Reserve Mufti Buttonhole
Darked toned, King's Crown pattern, with silver hallmarks finishing in letter "O". In very good condition.
Will post to a UK address and the Channel Islands only (in respect of the latter put UK as country at check out). read more
WW2 ARP Air Raid Warden's Hallmarked Silver Pin Badge as issued to Women
A good example of the hallmarked silver ARP lapel badge as issued to women with original pin and clasp with date letter "C". Could do with a clean. read more
WW2 ARP Air Raid Warden White Metal Buttonhole Badge
Scarce unmarked white metal version with buttonhole fixing as issued to male ARP wardens. Excellent condition.
White metal badges were made in the period 1940-43 replacing the earlier silver examples read more
WW2 Home Front Womens Voluntary Services ( WVS ) Civil Defence Pin Brooch Badge
A little but grubby in respect of the chrome finish but all enamel present and correct (despite the impression given by the camera flash) Original pin and clasp. Maker marked L. Simpson & Co, London. read more
WW2 Home Front - Royal Ordnance Factory ( ROF) No 3 - Birtley County Durham ( now Tyne and Wear )
Circa 3.1cm in diameter. Maker-marked T.L.M. Ltd, B'ham (Miller's of Birmingham). Back-stamped with the official issue number "2417". Has been worn, but in good condition.
ROF Birtley made cartridge cases in WW2. One of the scarcer ROF badges to find. read more
WW2 Bundles for Britain - British Bulldog with crossed Amercian and Union Jack flags - Dog Tag
Back in 1941, for the sum of fifty cents, someone could support "Bundles for Britain" by enrolling their dog in "Barkers for Britain." They then received the dog tag and a certificate of membership for their dog that was "signed" by the President of "Barkers for Britain." The "President" of "Barkers for Britain" was Franklin Roosevelt's Scottish terrier Fala (Before Pearl Harbour, ... read more