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GURKHA INDEPENDENT PARACHUTE COMPANY ANODISED BERET BADGE

GURKHA INDEPENDENT PARACHUTE COMPANY ANODISED BERET BADGE

A good scarce 1963 to 68 example. Crossed kurkris with parachute set above, two lugs to reverse, and backing plate.
This unit was formed from volunteers from all eight regiments and corps units of the Brigade of Gurkhas on 1 January 1963, with the original role of airfield seizure for 17th Gurkha Division, with an all ranks strength of 128 men. Parachute training was conducted in Malaya, with selection carried out at Johore Baru under Captain Bruce Niven of the 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles.

Code: 54678

70.00 GBP


E11R GRENADIER GUARDS SHOULDER TITLES PAIR STAYBRIGHT ANODISED.

E11R GRENADIER GUARDS SHOULDER TITLES PAIR STAYBRIGHT ANODISED.

A pair of Anodised Shoulder titles.

Code: 54606

12.00 GBP


17th / 21st LANCERS / REGIMENT [PAIR] ANODISED COLLAR BADGES

17th / 21st LANCERS / REGIMENT [PAIR] ANODISED COLLAR BADGES

A pair of staybrite anodised collar badges both with fixing lug and make LB&B to reverse.

Code: 54328

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ARMY AIR CORPS ANODISED E11R CAP BADGE

ARMY AIR CORPS ANODISED E11R CAP BADGE

A fine Staybright cap badge, with sort after Maker H W Timings on slider to reverse.

The Army Air Corps (AAC) is a component of the British Army, first formed in 1942 during the Second World War by grouping the various airborne units of the British Army (which are no longer part of the AAC).

Code: 53346

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EIIR STAYBRIGHT PARACHUTE REGIMENT CAP BADGE

EIIR STAYBRIGHT PARACHUTE REGIMENT CAP BADGE

A fine anodised Staybright cap badge, with slider and maker J R Gaunt to reverse.

Code: 53334

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ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON GUARDS ANODISED CAP BADGE

ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON GUARDS ANODISED CAP BADGE

A fine anodised / staybright cap badge, with slider & maker J R Gaunt London to reverse.
Anodised Aluminium, Anodising is an electro-plating process resulting in lightweight shiny badge, this is used because it is cheap, flexible and does not require as much maintenance as brass badges.

Code: 53069

15.00 GBP


ROYAL MARINES E11R ANODISED CAP BADGE

ROYAL MARINES E11R ANODISED CAP BADGE

A fine staybright / anodised cap badge, with two loops to reverse.

The Royal Marines in the Falklands War. Argentina invaded the islands in April 1982. A British task force was immediately despatched to recapture them, and given that an amphibious assault would be necessary, the Royal Marines were heavily involved. The troops were landed at San Carlos Water at the western end of East Falkland, and proceeded to "yomp" across the entire island to the capital, Stanley, which fell on 14 June 1982.

Code: 53066

15.00 GBP


UNIVERSITY OF LONDON OTC ANODISED CAP BADGE

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON OTC ANODISED CAP BADGE

A fine anodised / staybright cap badge, with slider & maker J R Gaunt London to reverse.
Anodised Aluminium, Anodising is an electro-plating process resulting in lightweight shiny badge, this is used because it is cheap, flexible and does not require as much maintenance as brass badges.
Founded in 1909, the University of London Officers' Training Corps (ULOTC) is an Army Reserve unit and part of the University of London.

Code: 53067

15.00 GBP


LEICESTERSHIRE & DERBYSHIRE YEOMANRY ANODISED CAP BADGE

LEICESTERSHIRE & DERBYSHIRE YEOMANRY ANODISED CAP BADGE

A fine anodised / staybright cap badge, with slider & maker J R Gaunt London to reverse.
Anodised Aluminium, Anodising is an electro-plating process resulting in lightweight shiny badge, this is used because it is cheap, flexible and does not require as much maintenance as brass badges.

Code: 53068

15.00 GBP


BRISTOL UNIVERSITY ANODISED ALUMINIUM CAP BADGE

BRISTOL UNIVERSITY ANODISED ALUMINIUM CAP BADGE "GROVE"

Bristol University Anodised Aluminiun / Staybright Cap Badge 'Grove Manufacturing '
An scarce excellent cap badge, with riveted metal slider to reverse.

Code: 53042

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