All Insignia from WWII.
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One off handmade sheet metal brooch
Brooch pin intact
Issued in 1944 for its work in the Desert war with the 8th Army
Worn on the sleeve
Badge was the wartime version with the Baltimore bomber over a caique in the Aegean sea.
Badge is rubbed/worn
Worn on the lower sleeve by WAAF personnel who qualified in packing parachutes and also jumped with them to test them
3 screw posts intact
Taken off blazer
Heavy wire embroidered badge
Wire embroidered blazer pocket badge
In 1936 under the Nazi Party , two larger turbine steamers were launched, the “Pretoria” and the “Windhuk” of 16,662 tons each.
In 1945 P.D. Pretoria was captured by Britain and renamed Empire Doon, troopship.
Enamel & silver
Complete with chain
Single cloth title affixed to slip on with overseas volunteer strip.
Worn on sleeve
Has ring on rear for small chain which is missing
SA 4th Armoured Car Regt patch with a 8th Army cloth patch
Original period LIBERTAS magazine May 1943 with the story of the Desert Rats and shows the badge being worn.
Sold as a set
Part of Q Services
Slip on with 2nd Lieutenant pip
Brass sheet metal
Worn in North African campaign
In country made
Wire & cloth embroidered.
Italian campaign worn
Mothing of cloth badge
Silver hall-marked cap badge with brooch pin
Matching collar set in white metal with lugs intact
Shoulder title set with lugs intact
Blackened brass title
Overseas orange service strip
Slightly mothed 6th Div patch
Worn May 1940-September 1941
Embroidered badge with orange overseas service strip