Rhodesia British South Africa Police Brass Helmet Plate and Cap Badge, Voided
Rhodesia British South Africa Police Helmet Plate /Cap Badge - King's Crown with voided centre. Good sharp detail. Two original long loops. Circa 4.9cms tall. Worn circa 1933 - 1945.
Renfrew et al, Vol 1 No 658 refers.
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Africa - Sudan Medical Service Chromed and Enamel Badge
A scarce red enamel and chrome badge, with original and stout pin to reverse, maker marked Firmin London. In good condition overall (some minor wear to chromium on the high points), enamel intact (some light surface marks) and most probably dating from the early1950s. Sudan obtained independence from Britain and Egypt in 1956. Circa 3.9cms in diameter. Not seen one before and does not appe... read more
Africa - Rhodesia Regiment Large Pattern Blackened Brass Helmet / Cap Badge
Circa 5.6cms tall and 4.5cms wide, black brass with original slider and metal retaining strip holding in place the red felt backing to voided central device. As worn from 1927 - 1947. King's Crown.
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WW2 Cape Corps Gilt Brass Officer's Headdress Cap Beret Badge
A die cast example in brass gilt metal, gilt mainly back to brass. A smaller and much neater badge than its WW1 predecessor. Two original loops, sadly now squeezed together no doubt for mounting on a board as was the fashion in bygone times. The badge post war kept the same design but changed the title to read "KAAPSE KORPS". Circa 33mm in diameter. Sold as seen.
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WW1 South African Cape Corps Sheet Brass Cap Badge
The die stamped sheet brass cap badge depicts a female figure with an anchor, Two original copper wire lugs are present on the reverse. The badge measures circa 43 tall x 33 mm wide. Lack of detail due to the nature of the stamping. but scarce to find with its loops intact.
As worn in WW1. A regiment of two battalions which saw service outside of South Africa. The Cape Corps s... read more
WW1 South Africa - Cape Coloured Corps Other Ranks Cast Brass Shoulder Title
A cast brass shoulder title with two original copper loops to the reverse. Has seen some service wear but in good condition. As worn in WW1 but they also strayed into wear during WW2 when the corps was reformed. A regiment of two battalions which saw service outside of South Africa.
The Cape Corps served in German East Africa in WW1 and with 53rd Welsh Division in Palestine ... read more
TJFF Trans Jordan Frontier Force Brass Shoulder Title - Dowler
Two original lugs and stamped W. Dowler & Sons Ltd to the reverse. Circa 4.4cm wide and 1.3cm tall. Some minor polishing otherwise in good condition. Worn circa 1926 - 1948 only.
Trans Jordan was a British created state post WW1 from the remnants of the Ottoman Empire. The Frontier Force was created in 1926 as a ground unit when the RAF took responsibility for the defence of the ... read more
RWAFF (Royal West African Frontier Force) Matched Pair Of No 1 Dress Epaulettes & Metal Insignia for the Rank of Lieutenant Colonel
A stunning matched pair of QEII issue blue velvet epaulettes with RWAFF button studs (the gilt on the buttons now mainly back to the brass) but the Rank insignia in fire gilt with red velvet backings to the crown. In superb condition. Scarce.
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African Colonial - Swaziland Police Brass Cap Badge, Kings Crown
A well made brass die cast badge with two original loops to the reverse and embossed with the maker's details Firmin London. Worn 1932 - 1956. Some polishing to the badge and loss of detail but otherwise in very good condition.
Renfrew et al Vol 1 no 686 refers
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