This is a scarce WW2 bullion embroidered Tippet badge to a QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S ROYAL NAVAL NURSING SERVICE - RESERVE SISTER. The badge is in excellent worn condition, with one moth nip next to red cross. The badge measures 102mm by 38mm overall.
An embroidered light blue on dark blue sleeve badge worn by qualified Bomb Disposal operatives. An aerial bomb flanked by the letters "BD" within a laurel wreath.
The Army Order stated “Chevrons of two colours – red and blue – have been approved. The first chevron, if earned on or before 31st December 1914, will be red; if earned on or after 1st January 1915, it will be blue; and all additional chevrons after the first will be blue”.
A fine woven arm badge
A fine woven period Kings crown 3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards woven cloth arm badge. 5 x 4 inch. Not sure where it was worn.
A fine post 1953 bullion two part arm badge.
A fine large 3rd Dragoon Guards / 10th Hussars / 12th Royal Lancers
NCOs white metal Arm / sleeve badge with 3 loops to reverse.
Prince of Wales plumes worn by all three of the above. Size 58 mm x 55 mm
Ref Seaman and Linaker & Dine
A fine Sliver Plated ["P"] NCO`s Arm badge, with three silvered loops to reverse.
Eagle resting on tablet inscribed “Waterloo”.
The eagle is borne by the regiment to commemorate Sgt Charles Ewart of the Royal Scots Greys who captured the French standard of the 45th Veteran Regiment of the Line at Waterloo.
A fine white metal Arm / Sleeve badge, with two loop fixings to reverse.
Reference Linaker & Dine Page 80 plate 20.1
A fine uncleaned arm badge, with two loops to reverse.
68 mm in height
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