Collars are slightly bright colour but are all correct. Water stain to top right hand corner or pages. Basic rising sun design but no wording on scroll. Black wool white embroidery RFU. Cross and Buddhiman Gurung.

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Comes complete with Australian archives research dossier service file. Converted from Pouch Badge with lugs removed and replaced with bracket. Hard cover with dust jacket. Harris 8th Mobile Section. Fully illustrated colour price guide. Story of General W. A must have for the helmet collector.

Solid back fast shank.

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Possibly for Great Coat. Cast BM with slider.

x5 m40 and a5 simulator

All loop removed on rev. Horrizontal broochpin to reverse with safety chain. Screen printed on white. Fighting against the Japanese through the Siege of Imphal and alongside them in Java Edited By Rick Landers.


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Well documented text of little known element of Korean War. Osprey Men at Arms series. A nice quality made piece. Official history of Boer War. By stokes and sons. KC-still attached to mohair cap band. Steyr F88 in wreath.

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Previously served 5 years with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. A major addition to the literature on the military history of the Great War. Prince of Wales own Yorkshire 2.

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By Ian Fletcher and Natalia Ishchenko. By Williams and Gustin. August to April 14, By Thomas M Yanacek.

Dent to grenade side. Type withour leaves either side of crown. Has a Shanghai paper label attached. Blue on khaki wool. Models in the Making. History of the medals with Nominal Rolls of the early medals and some later scarcer medals. Gilt metal hat badge.


Very informative text and many references to units present. Slouch hat suspended by two brass chains which are attached to a rectangular brass plate with a rising sun motif to the centre and a brooch-pin to the rev. Very well researched insight into the myths and public perceptions of the First World War.

This buckle is used in the book « Military Badges of the Australian Colonies Grade II- With grey back. Attached to mohair cap band. Well used example RFU, minor pitting to body and tarnished.