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Required for Home Service 1914-1919 badge, three cm diameter ;Issued by the Department of Defence (Australia), badges were sometimes issued to those who did not got to war by the Department of Defence to indicate that 'permission to serve had been with

World War I period Royal Australian Artillery hat badge, 6.8 cm wide

Eight various Australian forces badges, including two various artillery brass badges, Women of Australia 1944, crown badge, Rising Sun, Second Armoured Car Regiment kangaroo badge, King & Country for services rendered, and early RAAR badge.

Australian Army officer's peaked cap, Red band, embroidered general staff badge

Royal artillery sweet heart badge in mother of pearl & enamel.

Australian Commonwealth Military Forces enamelled, Rising Sun badge

Two World War II U.S. Infantry silver badge, 7.8 cm wide, marked STERLING to back

A World War I medal group to '11/259 F.W. Mothes', who served with the Wellington Mounted Rifles. Consisting of OBE Mil (in original case), World War I Trio all named, World War II Defence, War, NZ service - all unnamed as issued. NZ Territorial S

A full collection containing a World War I British War medal and Victory medal awarded to '4353 A-Sgt. R.L. Sawyer'. Robert Sawyer of Towoomba served with the 26th Infantry Battalion, was killed in action, in Belgium on 20/9/1917. He is buried at O

A World War II German SA Sports Badge Bronze grade SA sports badge often described as the type 2 from 1935 – 1939 in outstanding condition, marked Eigentum der oberstern S.A. – Fuhrung (Property of the SA Sport Badge Head Department). Excellent

World War II German Luftwaffe Ground Assault Badge A nice example of a Luftwaffe Ground Combat Badge being of zinc one-piece construction. This has been either removed or not applied, which was standard with the war restrictions on good quality metal being

An Australian Pre-Federation NSW Pre Federation medical Corps Badge Rare NSW Pre Federation Medical Corps Badge (brass). Served in The Boer War with great distinction, absorbed into the newly federated Army in 1902. Fine condition, red felt backing. Proven

Four World War II era medals & one World War I badge being a World War II service medal, 3 British Red Cross medals including Proficiency in Anti Gas Training and a World War I on War Service badge

Two medal group awarded to 5376 TPR: H. H. McDonald NZMR 8th Cont. Queens South Africa medal 1899-1902 with three bars Transvaal, South Africa 1902, Cape Colony & awarded to 18932 RFLM. H. H. McDonald. NZEF British war medal 1914-20 with New Zealand mounte

World War II German Navy breast Insignia with arm shield for action at Narvik, Norway and petty officers badge

World War II German mine sweepers badge and lapel pin with Blockade Runners badge and lapel pin

Two various medallions, including hallmarked sterling silver with gold shield, dated 1911; & World War I members badge Returned Sailors & soldiers Imperial League.

World War II Australia Service Medal S.J. Pibeav NX95503 with Australia badge

German Nazi era lot of: Eastern Front medal, party badge, mother's cross, War Merit cross, minesweeper badge, 25cm year medal, West Wall medal, Panzer badge, infantry badge

World War I 9ct gold War Chest badge 'For Our Fighting Men', 2.2 cm diameter.

World War 11 Australia service medal S.J.Pilbeav NX95503 with Australia badge

World War I Australian medal pair, 3rd Batt. With original colour patch, RAS badge, dog tag and medallion. Serial number 3131 Pte T.W. Lockett, 18th Batt A.I.F.

World War I Australian medal pair to the 54th Batt. With two sterling silver fobs, R.S.L. badge and life saving medal, Serial number 2287 ER-2 CPL C. Samuels, 54th Batt. A.I.F.

A rare World War I General officers bullion badge. Height 7 cm

World War I A.I.F. Jerusalem sterling silver filigree Sweet heart Rising Sun badge most likely Light Horse. Diameter 3 cm

World War I 1914-18 medal, together with a Returned from Active Service badge & other badges

4th Light Horse Brigade: A hat badge and two collar badges. (3 items)

Pair of World War II United States Air Force gallantry medals in original presentation boxes, each with miniature lapel badge and individual ribbon bar. (1) The Air Medal, (2) Distinguished Flying Cross, this was awarded to pilots and air-crew for completi

World War I army Ordinance Corps badge together with a small brass compass

Australia Commonwealth military Forces enamelled rising sun badge

A first World War medal group of three named for Cpl B W Francis, and a first war badge. (4)

Pith helmet with Royal Artillery badge and brass mounted chin strap.

Collection of World War I items souvenired During the Middle East campaign by 1314 L/Cpl. Basil M. Craig M.M. 'B' Squadron 10th Light Horse Regiment, including two German 2nd Class iron Crosses; a German 3rd Class Wound badge; and two Turkish war medals; i

World War I pair of medals: Australian flying Corps a well-documented World War I pair of medals with 7 pieces of original paper work to a member of the Australian flying Corps. British war medal and Allied Victory medal - Named to 1869 2/A.M. C.A. Barlow

Assorted British regimental badges. Plus one AIF cap badge. [40].

Assorted NZ Military badges. NZ Military badges collection. Includes: Dunedin Highland Rifle Volunteers Regt. (appears to be a good copy); NZ Junior Cadets (King George V); NZ Cadet Forces (King's Crown); brass RNZAF cap badge; RNZA, King's and Queen's Cro