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A fine bi metal post 1953 cap badge with two long loop fixings to reverse.
A fine white metal cap badge with two loops to reverse.
A fine native gilding metal casting headdress badge, with one threaded stud to reverse. An Arab tribesman mounted upon a camel above a tablet bearing the letters, "S.D.F.
The Sudan Defence Force (SDF) was a British Army unit formed in 1925, as its name indicates, to maintain the borders of the Sudan under the British administration. During the Second World War, it also served beyond the Sudan in the East African Campaign and in the Western Desert Campaign.
White metal cap badge with 2 loops to reverse. Founded in 1922. Headquarters in Phoenix Park Dublin
A fine cast Kings Crown Indian headdress badge, with two loop fixings to reverse. 42mm high
A fine Kings Crown headdress badge, with two loops to reverse. Formed in 1922.
A good die cast native brass example. Two loops to the reverse. Formed at Lahore in April 1941, Disbanded 1944. 42mm high
A fine cast brass cap badge. 31mm height x 25 mm wide. With two loops to reverse.
A fine short lived South Africa Tank Corps WW2 beret badge circa 1941-43.
Good scarce die-stamped white metal laurel sprays surmounted by antelope head disc; voided centre with tank and “ONS IS” scroll Loops VGC
September 1941 - March 1943
A fine w/metal two peice cap badge, with backing plate and fixings.
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