All Insignia used during the Korean War
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Worn on shirt
Metal and enamel.
Worn on suit
Gold embroidered for officers on the Staff.
Silvered/gilt and enamel
Brooch with chain intact
Pin is Korea period style not WW2
Worn on work shirts
Brass and enamel
1958 The British Commonwealth Ex-Services League (BCEL) came into being.
Heavy wire bullion badge.
Japanese made patch
Flew combat missions and shared airbase K10 with SAAF 2 Sqd.
Taken off flight jacket
First pattern badge with fox holding liquor bottle
Rare Japanese made patch
6147th Tactical Reconnaissance Group ,5th Airforce in Korea.
18th Fighter Bomber Wing had the 12th FBS under it in Korea, which was also who the SAAF 2nd SQD flew under. Rare.
Slip on set for flight suit. Worn by a pilot in Korea. Lt. R.H. Anderson. Direct from his estate.
Worn by pilots in Korea. Cloth embroidered. Very rare.
Pre Republic badges. Worn from 1952 to 1961. Worn by NCO and W.O. on shirts. Set.
Cloth embroidered. Variant. Period made. Rare.
Heavy Wire embroidered. Label on reverse. Period made in Korea/Japan.
Early pattern with unusual Fighter word under badge. A bit ragged but rare.
Patch. Flew combat missions in Korea. 1950 to 1953. Shared airbase K10 with SAAF 2 SQD 1953. Rare. Original. From Veteran pilots estate.
Metal wire embroidered. Pocket taken off blazer. Rare.
Numbered. Issued to SAAF pilots flying in Korea with 2 Squadron. Original. Direct from veterans estate. Rare.
Brought back from Korea. Direct from veterans estate. Pin back.
Queens crown. worn on peak cap. 1950s to 1960s. Original.