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Royal Air Force.WW II brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Dingley Birmingham to the reverse. The emblem and motto of the R.A.F. on a ground of red enamel to the centre of a shaped backing bearing the Royal Air Force title and individual issue number. Worn by civilian workers on R.A.F. bases.
Code: 22311Price: 30.00 GBP
Girl's Venture Corps.Gilt and enamel " wings style " cap badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The angular title scrolls above the red white and blue enamelled " G V C " monogram. Formed in 1964 by the merger of the Women's Junior Air Corps and the Girls Training Corps. [See J.Mills excellent book " Within the Island Fortress " Number 3 for more information.] [ Flaking to the gilt of the title ]
Code: 22302Price: 35.00 GBP
Royal Air Force.WW II embroidered light blue on blue / grey shoulder title, Poland. Worn by Polish volunteers serving with the Royal Air Force.
Royal Air Force.WW II embroidered example of the small size half-wing for a qualified Bomb-Aimer usually worn on the right side of the tunic by Volunteers from overseas serving with the R.A.F. An oatmeal coloured half-wing with the letter " B " within a brown laurel wreath.
Code: 22250Price: 45.00 GBP
Royal Flying Corps.Scarce embroidered white on black shoulder title,Royal Flying / Corps. [Variation pattern to item 16631 ]
Code: 22228Price: 75.00 GBP
Royal Air Force.Pair of WW II printed light blue on black sleeve eagles.
Code: 22185Price: 18.00 GBP
Royal Air Force.Excellent quality officers queen's crown bullion wire embroidered pair of pilot's full dress qualification wings. The " RAF " monogram in silver wire surmounted by a red velvet inset crown flanked by a pair of gold bullion wire wings.
Women's Junior Air Corps.Group of items belonging to a member of the W.J.A.C. A pair of bullion wire embroidered shoulder titles, "W.J.A.C. " on a grey background and her sterling silver identity bracelet. [Formed early in the war to encourage girls to learn about and join the Women's Auxiliary Air Force.] [See J.Mills excellent book " Within the Island Fortress No. 3 for more information.]
Royal Canadian Air Force.WW II king's crown padded embroidered pilot's qualification wings. The " RCAF " monogram to the centre of a brown laurel wreath flanked by a pair of oatmeal coloured wings and surmounted by a red inset crown.
Royal Air Force.King's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse still affixed to a section of blue / green chequered cap band. The RAF monogram to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel. Worn by Aircraft Apprentices at Cranwell.
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