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Jewish Chaplain Q/C

Officer's silver gilt and enamel cap badge with 2 loops to reverse. Maker's name Toye UK. Mint condition. Ref K&K Vol2 2113

Code: 55664Price: 35.00 GBP


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Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers Militia TA K/C

Officer's silver and gilt cap badge with 2 loops to reverse. Nice 2 part riveted construction. Ref Westlake Plate 40

Code: 55634Price:


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1st Armoured Motor Battery K/C

Very scarce brass cap badge with 2 loops to reverse. Formed at Bisley in 1915 for service in German East Africa. Served under General Smuts. Also served in the Middle East

Code: 55615Price:


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Royal Tank Regt. K/C

Officer's silver and gilt cap and collar badges with hackle (hackle is fixed to a leather pad). All badges have 2 loops to reverse. Cap badge has maker's name Gaunt of London. One collar is Gaunt London Late Jennens and the other is unmarked but they are a good match. Badge and collars of 2 part riveted construction. A nice set

Code: 55507Price:


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Royal Army Service Corps Fleet K/C

Woven gold bullion cap badge. Sealed March 1945. Ref K&K Vol2 2120

Code: 55484Price: 130.00 GBP


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Auxiliary Territorial Service K/C

Brass cap badge with slide to reverse and on lozenge

Code: 55474Price: 30.00 GBP


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Anglo/French Ambulance Corps

Scarce officer's silver cap badge with 2 blades to reverse

Code: 55356Price: 220.00 GBP


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Royal Army Chaplains Dept. K/C

Silver gilt and enamel cap badge with 2 loops to reverse. Sealed 1939. Stamped 'P' on the back with maker's name J.R.Gaunt. Ref K&K Vol2 2110

Code: 55299Price: 85.00 GBP


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Machine Gun Corps K/C

Officer's silver cap/collar badge with 4 loops to reverse. Hallmarked F & S Birmingham 1918. Ref Bosleys Issue 48 no.396 for an example

Code: 55295Price: 190.00 GBP


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Royal Armoured Corps K/C
Scarce arm badge approved 1947 for wear on the right upper arm..Introduced in 1949 for the left arm, as the right arm was deemed to crowded.Very unpopular almost totally ignored by the regiment and the cavalry., who preferred their own regimental distinctions.Became obsolete in January 1953.Reference The Formation Sign, special issue for the centenary of the tank corps. The work of the Editor Jon Mills with help from Society members, an excellent production .

Code: 55209Price: 70.00 GBP

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