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A lovely clean example of a lightly padded wartime issue RAF Navigator half wing brevet.
A little wear from use, but otherwise very sound.
Unresearched group to a Flying Officer
RAF Officer's cap badge. With King's Crown. In good condition. Likely unused.
France and Germany Star
RAF discharge book.
Lovely example. Slightly curled from storage.
Beautiful Royal Air Force Pilot wings. Original Wartime example.
Padded type. Have been removed from a uniform. There is slight wear to the wing tips, but example of an original period example.
Good condition. Removed from a uniform.
Lovely example of this rare wing in bullion.
Technical Observer was originally designed for use by co-pilots, navigators and bombardiers until specific wings were designed.
In excellent condition with some wear to the backing.
Nice used example of an Enlisted Garrison Cap Combined Para-Glider badge.
These were mandatory wear in the 82nd Airborne from March 1943.
The formation of the Army Cyclist Corps was authorised on 7 November 1914.
The primary roles of the cyclists were reconnaissance and communications. They would also operate as conventional infantry when required.
It was disbanded in 1920.
Nice example of a Wing Commander dress Shoulder board.
Early post-1952 example with Queen's crown.
Good condition minus the button.
In good condition overall. Nice patina to the bullion work.
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