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Royal Air Force.Extremely rare sealed pattern card for the very short-lived " Preliminary Flying Navigator's Badge ". The letter " N " in off-white embroidery on a black oval backing still affixed to an Inspectorate of Clothing Master Pattern Card. The card is dated 1948 with Air Ministry wax seal and Authority stamps. In 1948 the R.A.F. introduced preliminary training badges to be worn on the tunic pocket until replaced by the appropriate qualification badge.
Code: 23072Price: 350.00 GBP
King's Regiment [ Liverpool ]- [ Liverpool Scottish ]Scarce brass sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover and the title scroll " The King's " within a half wreath of laurel and the title, " Liverpool Scottish " upon the ball of a fused grenade. Worn by " Trench Bombers " of the 10th. Battalion [ Liverpool Scottish ] King's [ Liverpool ] Regiment. Ordered to be supplied by Gaunt's these badges were thought to have been paid for by the Regiment's Commanding Officer. [ Gaunt Collection with slight staining from storage ]
Code: 23071Price: 275.00 GBP
Lincolnshire Regiment.Embroidered example of the red " X " on a black square backing. This represented the roman numeral " 10 " the Lincolnshire Regiment's old " Foot " number. [ Sign is well used ]
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F.WW I bronzed king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 125th. [ Brant County ] Battalion C.E.F. The number " 125 " and a bear to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title " For King and Country " with " Canada " and " Overseas " scrolls either side upon a maple leaf.
Code: 23069Price: 55.00 GBP
25th. Dragoons.Scarce WW II embroidered in black on pale khaki k.d. shoulder strap slip-on, " 25 -D " The 25th. Dragoons were raised in India in 1941 and disbanded by 1948. [ Paper stuck to reverse removed from old album ]
Code: 23068Price: 150.00 GBP
Somerset Light Infantry. [Prince Albert's Own ]Pair of anodised aluminium collar badges with single lug fitting to the reverse. The " PA " cypher within a bugle horn surmounted by the Mural Crown and " Jellalabad " honour.
Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers.King's crown bi / metal cap badge with sider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The Prince of Wales's plumes surmounted by the crown and flanked by the letters," R E " above the title scroll, " Royal Monmouthshire ". [ Some areas of staining ]
Code: 23066Price: 55.00 GBP
Despatch Rider.WW II embroidered in white on khaki Despatch Rider's sleeve qualification badge. The letters " D-R " above a wheel with upswept wings.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.WW II embroidered example of the red / white dicing with green ends on a khaki rectangle. Worn as a formation sign and also later by Royal Artillery units converted from the " Argyll's "
Canadian Militia.King's crown bi / metal collar badge worn by the 102nd.Regiment [ Rocky Mountain Rangers ] This title on a crowned circlet with a Big Horn Sheep to the centre within a wreath of maple bearing the motto scroll. [ Gaunt Collection ]
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