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Citizens Volunteer Force ( Winston's Bobbies )

Citizens Volunteer Force ( Winston's Bobbies )

White metal cap badge with pin fixing to reverse. Raised by Winston Churchill in 1911 after the Sidney Street siege. They were an armed force who during WWI were absorbed into the 24th London Battalion Artists Rifles. A nice badge in mint condition

Code: 58944

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Royal Marine Police 1939-45

Royal Marine Police 1939-45

A war medal and a defence medal with paperwork from the Royal Marine Police HM Dockyard Devonport February 1947. Ink stamped (SGD) R.J.Gumm Superintendent RM Police, Area Police Officer

Code: 58943

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R in Wreath

R in Wreath

Brass arm badge with 2 loops to reverse. For 1st Class Rangetaker, RA and MG Coys. Very similar to the one worn by the Monmouthshire Regiment man in Edwards and Langley p69 no.60/1

Code: 58898

22.00 GBP


Lewis Gunner Proficiency

Lewis Gunner Proficiency

2 part brass arm badge, each part with 2 loops to reverse. Worn on the lower left sleeve. Ref Edwards and Langley p66

Code: 58855

15.00 GBP


Somerset Light Infantry

Somerset Light Infantry

Brass bed plate for T.D Brean. This name has been added on top of the plate for reuse. Maker's name F.N. of Birmingham. Numbered 5671471

Code: 58815

35.00 GBP


Kent Veteran Reserve K/C

Kent Veteran Reserve K/C

Bronze and white metal lapel badge with buttonhole fixing to reverse. White metal horse to centre. Veteran Reserve were older men from the Boer War era. Some rubbing to horse. Maker's name Croneen New Brompton

Code: 58810

28.00 GBP


Royal Arsenal Woolwich

Royal Arsenal Woolwich

Bronze/brass lapel badge with pin to reverse. Maker's name T & S Ltd. of Birmingham with no.21836

Code: 58811

35.00 GBP


Machine Gunner

Machine Gunner

Two part proficiency brass arm badge. Both parts with 2 loops to reverse. Worn on the lower left sleeve

Code: 58789

15.00 GBP


General Service Medal

General Service Medal

General service medal with Palestine clasp. Awarded to 5249820 Coldstream Guardsman Victor Charles Edwards, killed in action 16th/17th January 1942 aged 25 years. Victor came from Upton-upon-Severn in Worcestershire and is commemorated on the El-Alamein memorial. Comes with medal roll for GSM 'Palestine', entry CWGC register of deaths WWII and CWGC commemorative certificate

Code: 58752

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Metropolitan Police Force

Metropolitan Police Force

Silver and blue enamel lapel badge with pin to reverse. Hallmarked Birmingham 1978. Loop for safety chain

Code: 58749

75.00 GBP