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High-quality silver-wire BEVo spreadwing eagle with a black swastika on its breast, all on a white shield for use on the white summer uniform. This was the post-1943 badge for a BDM Gruppenführerin. 'Ges.Gesch' is woven in to the backing. Such badges were normally hand-embroidered in silver-wire.
These BEVo badges are often sold as original.
Large coloured map measuring 86cm x 58cm when open, 43cm x 29cm when folded. Published on 23rd June 1941. It has obviously been pinned up on a wall and has several pinholes at the corners and a few tears and small nicks in the edges. When folded, it must have been used as a desk pad as it has a number of doodles on part of the plain reverse. Despite all of that it is in reasonably good condition. Published at a time of great German optimism.
Card-back 32-page full-colour detailed world atlas, 29cm x 23cm published around 1942 showing who owned or occupied what at the time..
Brass and bi-metal collar badges, all with lugs and split-pin fixings on the reverse.
a) Durham Light Infantry King's crown. - White metal
b) Royal Artillery brass grenade with back-plate.
c) North Staffordshire Regiment - Bi-metal
d) North Staffordshire Regiment - Brass
all in excellent condition.
Shoulder titles all with reverse fixings and back-plates as appropriate.
a) Royal Engineers 'R.E' - large brass
b) Royal Engineers 'R.E' = small brass
c) Royal Corps of Signals 'R.Signals' brass.
d) Prince of Wales Volunteers 'P.W.V.' brass
e) Army Cadet Force officer's 'A.C.F.' bronze
f) Light Infantry Staybrite
g) 6 Div St John's Ambulance Brigade '6 SJAB' white metal.
Queen's crown cap badge with slider fixing on the reverse stamped 'London badge & Button Co Ltd.'
Collar badge complete with lug and split-pin fixing with back-plate. Excellent condition.
Standard black leather frog with all stitching and rivets firm and leather supple. Overall nice condition. The reverse has an impressed RB number.
All black finish is intact. Neither pin nor badge are magnetic. Pin and hook fixings all present. No makers' mark.
Victorian Volunteer Decoration (VD) in solid silver and silver-gilt complete with ribbon and pinback floriated suspension-bar. The reverse is plain apart from the London hallmark for 1892. The award has its original Garrards black leatherette case with plush purple fitted base.
Excellent near mint condition.
Black fitted Royal Mint case with spring-closure to accommodate an Efficieny Decoration.
Excellent condition. Two available; price each.
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