Rare Ayrshire example.
Red outer ring with Class 1.
Text has a small bit of enamel damage but this is a rare badge.
Gaunt mkd. to rear.
2 part shoulder titles of titles and flaming bomb.
2 cap badges, one in gilded finish and one silvered finish.
Possibly Band Master and Bandsman.
Nice collection of wartime Royal Artillery items comprising, cap badge, beret badge, collars, shoulder titles and lapel badge.
All good condition.
Nice lot comprising, Cap Badge, Bert badge, Collar, Shoulder Title, Lapel badge and single Cuff Link.
All good condition.
Worn on the O/R'S peaked Service cap.
This type of cap badge was introduced in late 1937.
Eagle device on a domed gilded disk.
Two rear screw discs present.
WW2 original from a wartime schoolboys badge collection.
Red wool body. Bordered machine-embroidered gold bullion wire oak leaves.
Burgundy-red piping indicating Reich-level personnel, with a central white cotton-blended disc measuring 80 mm in diameter and trimmed with gold bullion wire, bearing a multi-piece black mobile swastika similarly highlighted in gold bullion wire.
Vet bring back, forum posted just to be sure and no issues.
Original " One Looker " which came back along with a collar tab and Party badge, presumably all taken from the same tunic.
Vet bring back along with the equivalent rank Party arm band I also have for sale.
Tab is constructed of red doe skin, with metal rank devices and political eagle on top.
Rank strip in golden tress below, edged with burgundy piping (indicating GAU level).
Some stitching out on the trim due to uniform removal otherwise V.G.C.
Marked RZM M1/105 by Hermann Aurich Dresden.
Came with the two Party leaders items I have for sale.
Lovely officers WW2 chromed cap badge.
Nicely shaped for wear on the visor cap.
Scarce wartime ration tin.
Graphics good, no colour fade.
Fresh to the market.
Native of Barrhead near Glasgow.
Medals are mint & uncleaned.
Rare packets of issue and Authority to Wear certificate.
Nice " Removed from Uniform " example.
This is an old set in polished white metal or silver plate.
Wing nut fixings on the back are the type found on Victorian cross belt furniture.
Well detailed lions head. Whistle good and working with some polishing to the top projection and there has possibly been a small springer , if so it's now absent although the whistle stays locked in just fine.Backing plate present.
Stout double chains.
Original wing nut fixings all original and present.
Good wartime original.
Nice 3 lug original.
W/m for o/r's.
No rubbing or damage.
Short scroll example.
W/m for O/R's.
Lugs bent otherwise, VGC
Nice matched pair.
Prince of Wales feathers.
No newer than WW2.
Nice WW2 plastic economy example.
Maker mkd. for stanley of Walsall.
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