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West African Frontier Force.Scarce WW I brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse and makers details for Dowler Birmingham. A palm tree above the title scroll, " W.A.F.F " [ Designated " Royal " in 1925 ] [ Slight crease to middle of the tree.]
Malaya.Scarce heavily struck silver plated cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Local Trackers working with the British forces in the jungles of Malaya. A pair of crossed " Blow-Pipes " on a green background above the motto scroll within a wreath of laurel surmounted by the Malayan Sun-burst. These Local tribesmen were very fierce fighters and expert trackers.
Home Guard - Malaya.White metal and enamel cap badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Malaysian Flag to the centre of a strap bearing " Jawatan Perkhidmatan " within a wreath of laurel carrying the " National Service " and " Home Guard " scrolls. [ Flag with slight enamel damage ]
Code: 24155Price: 45.00 GBP
Singapore Royal Engineers - Volunteers.Scarce brass shoulder title, S R E [ V ].
Indian Army.Black-brass shoulder title, 15 / Sikhs. [ Ludhiana ]
King's African Rifles.Queen's crown hallmarked silver officers small sized cap badge with two loops makers details for Gaunt and Birmingham Hallmarks for 1959. The number " 1 " to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the title scroll. Worn by an officer of the 1st. [ Nyasaland ] Battalion King's African Rifles. [ Finish brighter than picture shows ]
Code: 24127Price: 65.00 GBP
Indian Army.Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 9th. Madras Native Infantry. A native sailing craft to the centre of a crowned strap within a wreath of laurel bearing five early battle honours.
Code: 24118Price: 85.00 GBP
Federation of Malaya.Brass shoulder title, " Federation / Engineers ".
Indian Army.Scarce brass shoulder title, " XIX " worn by the 19th.Punjabis.
Code: 24098Price: 45.00 GBP
Southern Africa. Scarce brass king's crown officers cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The letters " H C T " in script form to the centre of a crowned laurel wreath. Worn by Officers of the High Commission Territories for Basutoland, Bechuanaland and Swaziland. [ See Renfrew's book item 510 ]
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