Two qeii Cloth Marksman gift codes mlp Badges Two good quality Queens crown sewn cloth marksman badges, the come in good but used condition, the green one having been over painted to brighten it up and show off more the largest red one measures 3 inches long.
A4 Scarce WW1 Era Cambridgeshire Regiment Sweetheart Badge encore discount code This bulletproof comix coupon code is an unusual style of badge, made by Gaunt who is probably best known for making cap badges and buttons, well this badge has both of those elements, the central part is a Cambridgeshire regiment button.
302 pages including a pull out map, comes in good condition given its age.
In the August of 1918 the brigade was retitled the 13th Cavalry Brigade and transferred to 5th Cavalry Division, they remained in North Africa until the end of the war, when what was left of the regiment was returned home to England.WW1 era Dorsetshire Regiment Cap Badge.It has a full English hallmark for Birmingham 1976 and it carries the makers mark of S M for Sanders Mackenzie.This is the 20 Mark example, part of a pad of certificates this is the last one, it comes in fair condition with a small tear on the right hand side.A lovely example of the Post 1941 ekii.The Indian Hospital corps was quite short lived, they were the amalgamation of the Indian Army Hospital Corps and Indian Army Bearer Corps coming together for the great war to treat wounded or sick Indian Soldiers; after the war they were renamed the Indian Army.Copy A very good replica WW2 SS dagger as worn by the black uniformed members of Hitlers 'SS'.A wonderful Great War medal trio comprising of the 1914/15 star named to S/Nurse.It stands on a sturdy foot made up of acanthus leaves and it still retains its original clear glass liner.The horn has very good detail and there are five lines to the rope holding the horns lines at the top of the badge.Scarce WW1 era Crested China Dreadnought.The guard still retains its original nickel plating with just one area of very light pitting, this is not really that bad, but better mentioned.All in unused condition.For the most part of the Second World War the squadron served.
This one comes from my own collection and I had two new lugs put on some time ago so it could be worn on a shako.
Used in the blind flying panel on most WW2 aircraft including Spitfires and Hurricanes.