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WW2 Netherlands Dutch Army Free Forces Bronze OSD  Cap Badge - Blades

WW2 Netherlands Dutch Army Free Forces Bronze OSD Cap Badge - Blades


Bronze die cast WWII officer's cap badge with original blades to the reverse. The Royal Lion of the House of Orange above a scroll "Nederland". In very good condition (some verdigris to the reverse) and scarce.

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Code: 64116

75.00 GBP

Eire Irish Army Brass Cap Badge with Green Felt Backing Cloth

Eire Irish Army Brass Cap Badge with Green Felt Backing Cloth

A finely detailed die struck and voided brass cap badge with two original long loops to the reverse (east - west). Original dark green felt backing, one area of edge wear to felt otherwise in good condition.

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Code: 62318

30.00 GBP

Guyana Defence Force Brass Cap Badge

Guyana Defence Force Brass Cap Badge

The GDF was formed on 1 November 1965. Members of the new Defence Force were drawn from the British Guiana Volunteer Force (BGVF), Special Service Unit (SSU), British Guiana Police Force (BGPF) and civilians. Training assistance was provided by British instructors.

In January 1969, the GDF faced their first test when the Rupununi Uprising, a bloody separatist movement in southern... read more

Code: 63430

10.00 GBP

WW2 Free Czechoslovak Army Enamel 2 PESI PLUK (Infantry Regiment) 1940 badge pin lapel - maker marked Miller

WW2 Free Czechoslovak Army Enamel 2 PESI PLUK (Infantry Regiment) 1940 badge pin lapel - maker marked Miller

A scarce original wartime period British made 'Free Czech Army 2 PESI PLUK 1940 badge'; Coat of Arms of Czechoslovakia bearing lion within a shield, superimposed over crossed Czech and Slovak flags with embossed title scroll, turret and 1940 within and 'AGDE' area to the base; the reverse impressed with maker's details 'H.W.MILLER Ltd B'Ham 18'. Very good condition, complete with original pin f... read more

Code: 63542

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German - DRKS (DEUTCHES REICH KLEINKALIBER SCHUTZEN) Shooting Badge Pin Award Trophy

German - DRKS (DEUTCHES REICH KLEINKALIBER SCHUTZEN) Shooting Badge Pin Award Trophy

A bronzed brass metal .22 calibre small bore shooting badge. With original pin fitting and in very good condition, with minor wear to finish.

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Code: 62948

15.00 GBP

Maginot Line French Brooch Pin Badge - They Shall Not Pass!

Maginot Line French Brooch Pin Badge - They Shall Not Pass!

An attractive badge, the part voided version with original pin. Silver washed with brass showing through on high-points. 36mm in diameter. Sharp detail but with a small hole at 6 o'clock, possibly for the attachment of a safety chain.

The motto "On ne passe pass" (They shall not pass) was most famously used during the Battle of Verdun in World War I by French General Robert Nivel... read more

Code: 57156

12.00 GBP

French Army Mountain Troops Qualificaton Badge / Brevet de Spécialité des Troupes de Montagne

French Army Mountain Troops Qualificaton Badge / Brevet de Spécialité des Troupes de Montagne

A large badge made by DELSART and in very good condition. An earlier pattern looking at the naming styles to the reverse.

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Code: 61355

8.00 GBP

French 1st Regiment of Chasseurs Parachutistes Enamel Pin Badge

French 1st Regiment of Chasseurs Parachutistes Enamel Pin Badge

Insignia of 1er Régiment de Chasseurs Parachutistes
Maker marked DELSART 89100 SENS G2321. In very good condition.

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Code: 62123

6.00 GBP

WW2 Poland Polish Forces Economy Plastic Cap Badge

WW2 Poland Polish Forces Economy Plastic Cap Badge

WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. The Polish Eagle and shield. Slightly warped with the two wings just forward of the eagles body and finish to front looking a bit grubby. Made from cellulose acetate plastic, sometimes incorrectly described as being made of Bakelite.

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Code: 61010

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Woven Netherlands Dutch 4th Division Cloth Flash Formation Sign

Woven Netherlands Dutch 4th Division Cloth Flash Formation Sign

Removed from uniform, embroidered green four leaf clover on a black rectangle. Circa 4.5cm by 4cm. In very good condition. my grateful thanks to Henk for the identification.

The division was founded on February 1, 1953 and consisted of the 41st, 42nd and 43rd infantry regiments. Parts of the division fought in what was then New Guinea. The cloverleaf was chosen as a symbol of uni... read more

Code: 62103

12.00 GBP