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WW1 MACHINE GUNNER SLEEVE ARM TRADE BADGE

A fine brass two part on Khaki with backing plate and two loops to reverse.. Larger type letters 44mm dia

Code: 54846

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WW1 TANK CORPS SLEEVE BADGE

A fine excellent condition sleeve badge with two loop fixings to reverse. 88 mm version with maker Firmin and backing plate.

Code: 54854

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WW1 9th BATTALION ROYAL TANK CORPS ARM BADGE.

A fine near mint scarce all brass with two loops to reverse. 9th Battalion Royal Tank Regiment Sleeve Badge Awarded to the 9th for co-operation with the 3rd. French Infantry Division at the battle of Moreuil in 1918

Constructed in brass and measuring 40mm across.

Code: 54852

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E11R 4th ROYAL TANK REGIMENT PIPERS GLENGARRY BADGE

An excellent mint Piper's die cast white metal glengarry badge with 2 long loops to reverse.

Code: 54837

90.00 GBP


ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION "BENBOW" SHOULDER TITLE

A very scarce 1st Brigade, 3rd Battalion brass shoulder title for the Benbow Battalion of the Royal Naval Division, being an inverted arc spelling out "BENBOW", with two hex type fixings to reverse.

The Battalion was so decimated at Gallipoli that it was disbanded in June 1915 before a cap badge could be designed for it.

Reference Westlake Plate 104 item 1610
Imperial War Museum http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/30102128

Code: 54840

350.00 GBP


RARE SOLID SILVER BACKWARDS FACING ROYAL TANK CORPS / REGIMENT OFFICERS 1924 BERET BADGE

A very fine rare short lived solid silver example. IM Issac Menheim maker 925 import silver. Crowned laurel sprays bearing scroll inscribed 'Fear Naught' across the lower portion. To the centre, a silver tank pointing to the reverse. VGC. Reference KK 1922, https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/30103383

Granted the “Royal” prefix in 1923, following which the top scroll was removed and the lower scroll carried the Corps motto, “Fear Naught”. The tank was now depicted side-on as opposed to three-quarters front. This design was sealed in October 1924. Unfortunately, in March 1924 King George V had approved the black beret as the headdress for the Tank Corps and when worn in the beret the tank was facing to the rear, anathema in the iconography of military badges. A new version was rapidly adopted later that year, with the tank facing left, to the wearer’s right, so facing forward when worn in the beret.

Code: 54842

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WW2 RARE 151st INDIA PARACHUTE REGIMENT OFFICERS CAP BADGE

A fine scarce Silvered Indian cast Officers cap badge, with two loops to reverse.

The parachute units of the Indian Army are among the oldest airborne units in the world. The 50th Indian Parachute Brigade was formed on 27 October 1941, comprising the British 151st Parachute Battalion, and the British Indian Army 152nd Indian Parachute Battalion and 153rd Gurkha Parachute Battalion. The Parachute Regiment was formed from these and several other units in 1952.

Indian Army Para Commandos
In 1944 the 50th was allocated to the newly founded 44th Airborne Division. In the post-independence restructuring, India retained only one parachute brigade—the 50th.

Code: 54832

140.00 GBP


WW2 THE CHESHIRE REGIMENT OFFICERS BERET/FORAGE BADGE

A fine silver gilt and enamel Officers Beret badge with two long loops to reverse. point to point 30mm.

Code: 54831

52.00 GBP


WW1 MIDDLESEX VOLUNTEER REGIMENT VTC CAP BADGE

A good scarce die-stamped bronze issue cap badge with two flat style loops to reverse.

Code: 54830

47.00 GBP


WW2 AUXILIARY TERRITORIAL SERVICE SHOULDER TITLE

A fine printed shoulder title, with heavy glue / paper residue to reverse. Reference Jon Mills BoBD 1762.

Code: 54826

32.00 GBP