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Brass army fitter / artificer's trade arm-badge complete with two lugs and split-pin fixing on the reverse.
Senior NCO Aircrew's anodised-aluminium gilt rank armbadge showing a RAF eagle within a laurel-wreath surmounted by the Royal Arms. Queen's crown. The reverse has two lugs and split-pin fixing. Excellent condition.
Anodised aluminium gilt national coat-of-arms rank badge as worn on the arm by WO1s in the Ghananian forces. The reverse is complete with two lugs and split-pin fixing.
Brass / gilding-metal flaming grenade complete with two lugs and split-pin fixing on the reverse. The reverse of the grenade is faintly stamped with what appears to be 'F&S'.
Anodised aluminium Prince of Wales feathers in gilt and silver complete with two lugs and split-pin fixing on the reverse.
This regiment was formed in 1969 by the amalgamation of the South Wales Borderers and the Welch Regiment. It lasted until 1st March 2006 when they were amalgamted with the Royal Welch Fusiliers to form the Royal Welsh.
Anodised aluminium gilt & silver cap-badge complete with slider fixing on the reverse. The slider is stamped with the makers name 'Firmin London'.
The 'Devon & Dorsets' were formed in 1958 by the amalgamation of the Devonshire Regiment and the Dorset Regiment. In 2007 the D&Ds became part of The Rifles.
Large (68mm high) anodised aluminium gilt flaming grenade with Queen's crown and the monogram 'HLI'. The reverse has two lugs with split-pin fixing. Excellent condition.
The Royal Highland Fusiliers (Princess Margaret's Own Glasgow and Ayrshire Regiment) was formed in 1959 by merging The Highland Light Infantry with The Royal Scots Fusiliers. It existed until 2006, when it was merged to become the 2nd battalion of The Royal Regiment of Scotland
Gold wire hand-embroidered on black Queen's crowned lyre in very good condition together with a machine-embroidered version in white and brown on khaki. This latter badge is uniform removed and remains in excellent condition.
Four machine-embroidered pips on a red background
Machine-woven Merlin emblem on a red background with merrowed edge. 1982 - 2014.
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