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WW2 ROYAL MARINE COLOUR SERGEANTS BULLION RANK SLEEVEA scarce Kings Crown bullion raised sleeve complete. Some glue reidue to reverse. Lovely item see photos. 9 & half inches high.
Code: 53827Price: 280.00 GBP
WW2 ROYAL MARINE LIGHT INFANTRY COLOUR SERGEANTS BULLION RANK SLEEVEA scarce Kings Crown bullion raised sleeve complete. Some glue reidue to reverse. Lovely item see photos. 10 & half inches high.
Code: 53826Price: 310.00 GBP
ROYAL MARINES WW2 KINGS CROWN CAR BADGEA Royal Marine car badge with a Kings Crown, made by Beaulah, 9.5 by 13cms (3.75 by 4.75ins) high overall. Two small Chips to the glass and some chrome loss 93mm dia.
I didnt use a flash to take the photo as it kept flashing back. Apologise for photo, nice item.
Code: 53533Price: 100.00 GBP
WW2 ROYAL NAVY MEDICAL SICK BERTH ARM INSIGNIA [PAIR]A fine pair of unused printed arm insignia.
[All with Red Cross]:
Sick Berth Chief Petty Officer
Sick Berth Petty Officer
Leading Sick Berth Attendant
Sick Berth Attendant
Sick Berth Attendant Probationer
Code: 53522Price: 70.00 GBP
WW2 ROYAL NAVAL PATROL SERVICE MINE-SWEEPING ANTI SUBMARINE SMALL PIN BADGESilvered sleeve badge with pin to reverse. Worn by men on minesweepers and anti-submarine ships. Reg. No to reverse.
ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION RND OSD OFFICERS BRONZE CAP BADGEA fine very scarce cira 1915 -1918, 2nd Pattern Officers bronze cap badge, with two blade fixings to reverse.
Reference K & K Vol 1 item 1158 page 295
60 mm width
Code: 53382Price: 220.00 GBP
ROYAL MARINES VICTORIAN COLLAR. A Victorian gold coloured bullion wire Royal Marines collar, cut and complete, with two bullion collar badges.
ROYAL NAVAL AIR SERVICE "RNAS" ARMOURED CAR SQUADRON BADGEWWI Royal Naval Air Service RNAS Armoured Car Squadron bronze badge, with two loops to reverse.
The Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) was the air arm of the Royal Navy, under the direction of the Admiralty's Air Department, and existed formally from 1 July 1914 to 1 April 1918, when it was merged with the British Army's Royal Flying Corps to form a new service, the Royal Air Force, the first of its kind in the world.
1914 the Section had become the Royal Naval Armoured Car Division (RNACD) eventually expanding to 20 squadrons. As trench warfare developed, the armoured cars could no longer operate on the Western Front and were redeployed to other theatres including the Middle East, Romania and Russia. In the summer of 1915 the RNACD was disbanded and the army took over control of armoured cars, with the units soon coming under the command of the Motor Branch of the Machine Gun Corps.
However RNAS experience of the Western Front would not be lost, No. 20 Squadron RNAS was retained under Naval control to further develop armoured vehicles for land battle, these personnel later becoming the nucleus of the team working under the Landships Committee that developed the first tanks.
ROYAL NAVAL MINE CLEARANCE SERVICE WW1 ARM BADGEA fine uncleaned white metal arm badge with 2 loops and backing plate to reverse.
Formed immediately WWI finished in 1918. Worn on the lower arm near the cuff.
Genuine, with no fault line through the centre of the badge like the fakes.
Reference; Badges and Insignia of the British Armed Services page 102.
Mine Clearance Service was established to sweep the large numbers of mines laid during conflict. This service was abolished in 1920.
A floating mine embossed onto a white metal surface, within a roundel, surrounded by a laurel wreath. Surmounted by a King's crown and above a motto scroll with: 'MINE CLEARANCE SERVICE' inscribed upon.
ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE "T" TRAWLER SECTION ARM BADGEA fine WW1 Officers bullion short lived arm badge.
In 1910, the Trawler Section - RNR(T) was set up to enrol the necessary personnel. Although abolished as a separate section of the RNR in 1921, the RNR(T) always remained quite distinct from the RNR proper, and employed fishermen. In both world wars a large number of trawlers were taken up by the Royal Navy complete with their crews, who were entered on a form T124 by which they engaged to serve in a named vessel for the duration of the war only. Fishermen on a T124 formed the bulk of the RNR(T) during the First World. The RNR(T) wound up in 1921.
A number of RNR officers qualified as pilots and flew aircraft and airships with the Royal Naval Air Service whilst many RNR ratings served ashore alongside the RN and RNVR contingents in the trenches of the Somme and at Gallipoli with the Royal Naval Division.
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