RAChD Jewish Chaplains Blackened Cap Badge, QEII issue
Die cast with two original lugs as opposed to blades. The demand for these badges I suspect was driven more by collectors seeking an example rather than by the small number of Jewish Chaplains / Rabbi’s to be found in the British Army, whose numbers can be counted on less than one hand.
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Royal Army Education Corps (RAEC) QEII Staybrite Anodised Aluminium AA Cap Badge - Gaunt London
Two part construction. In very good condition.
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Royal Armoured Corps (RAC) 1st Pattern Other Ranks Brass Cap Badge
Die struck, original slider. In good condition. this pattern worn 1939 - 1941 only.
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Victorian QVC Royal Artillery Other Ranks helmet plate circa 1878-1902
A fine Victorian die stamped brass 1878 pattern blue cloth helmet plate to the Royal Artillery. The Royal Arms, with piercing around the shield, with Dieu Et Mon Droit scroll below . Below a scroll inscribed Quo Fas Et Gloria Ducunt. Two of two toned loops to the reverse. There are a few minor marks to finish and sadly the only damage appears to be the unicorn who is missing most of his delicat... read more
Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC) Other Ranks Bi-Metal Cap Badge, 1949 - 1953 - Gladman & Norman
King's crown die struck bi-metal cap badge with original slider to the reverse, maker marked (correct pattern in 3 lines) Gladman & Norman / Spencer Street / Birmingham 18. Scarce maker. This pattern worn from 1949 to 1954 only, when a Queen's crown pattern appeared
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WW1 Army Service Corps ( ASC) GV Brass Cap Badge - Woodward
In very good worn condition with original slider to reverse, correct naming for manufacturer F.E.Woodward, B'ham (Birmingham) with the heavy crimp mark typical of this manufacturer.
See the following discussion about sliders and this manufacturer at:
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WW2 3rd Regiment RHA Royal Horse Artillery Theatre Made Cap Badge incorporated into a Brass souvenir display shield
An attractive display of an RHA cast GVI brass cap badge with two collar badges and the large full gun cap badge to the reverse. on the reverse one can see the remains of the clipped slider and the lugs which have been hammered into place rivet style.
A finely cast side cap badge with two original lugs to reverse. GVI cypher. Circa 3.4cm tall. Officially this badge was not san... read more
T / RFA / Derbyshire One Piece Brass Shoulder Title
As worn by members of the the North Midland Division Derbyshire Territorials of the Royal Field between 1908 - 1921. A fine example on three original loops with backing plate and cotter pins. In very good condition.
Westlake No 630 refers.
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Royal Army Chaplains Department King's Crown Silver Plated Cap Badge
A silver plated cap badge with 2 original loops to the reverse. 1st type, pre 1922.
K&K Vol1 No 973 refers.
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Army Physical Training Corps Chromed Cap Kings Crown Badge on Original Felt Cloth Backing Badge
Badge backing a patch (2 inches by 1.5 inches) with twin vertical red stripes inset 1/4 inch from each edge. Adopted by the Corps on the introduction of Battledress. This example early 1950s.
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