8th Anti-Aircraft Battery, 5th AA Brigade Royal Artillery pagri badge, India circa 1929-39.
Brass ‘8/AA’ mounted on half red, half dark blue original felt diamond. Loops Minor service wear. 40X 40 mm
65th (Howitzer) Field Battery, 3rd Field Brigade Royal Artillery pagri badge, India circa 1934-38.
Brass ‘65/F’ mounted on half red, half dark blue original felt diamond. Loops Minor service wear.
38th/61st Field Battery, 14th Field Brigade Royal Artillery pagri badge, India circa 1926-34.
Brass ‘38/F’ and ‘61/F’ mounted on half red, half dark blue KD backed original felt diamond. Loops Minor service wear. Slight moth
A scarce badge, with four blade fixings.
The Chinese Labour Corps were a force of workers recruited by the British government in World War I to free troops for front line duty by performing support work and manual labour. The French government also recruited a significant number of Chinese labourers, and although those labourers working for the French were recruited separately and not part of the CLC, they are often considered to be so. In all, some 140,000 men served for both British and French forces before the war ended and most of the men were repatriated to China between 1918 and 1920.
A fine Woven cloth pagri flash. Worn on the Wolseley pattern foreign service helmet
A rare spiked WW1 knuckle duster, reputedly found in France.
All intact but a little rusty.
A fine scarce Hampshire Regiment Pagri badge, with two loops to reverse.
A large [125 mm high] fine WW2 Kings crown scarce staff car badge. A small amount of enamel missing on the red.
A pair of Kings Crowns matching pair. 30mm in height. Gilt not as bright as the back.
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