WW2 Victoria ARP Warden, Australian Home Front Air Raid Precautions Celluloid Tin Button Badge.
A good original Australian wartime period 'Victoria ARP Warden celluloid tin button badge' numbered to the front "CP 976" the rim with maker's details "A.W.Patrick, Rae St, N,Fitzroy, Vic". Very good condition, complete with original pin fitting, colour rmains bright.
Code: 57930Price: 25.00 GBP
WW2 'Fighting Forces Comfort Fund' Australian Army Empire Appeal 1941, Union Flag 'FFCF' Celluloid Tin Button Badge.
A good original Second World War period 'Fighting Forces Comfort Fund celluloid tin button badge'; Australian made large example depicting a patriotic 'Union Flag' 'FFCF logo and inscribed 'Army Empire Appeal 1941'. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, colours remain bright.
Code: 56409Price: 25.00 GBP
WW2 Victoria ARP Auxiliary Ambulance, Australian Air Raid Precautions Officially Numbered Home Front Badge.
A good Second World War period 'Victoria ARP Auxiliary Ambulance badge, Crowned nickel shield diplaying bold "ARP" tablet inlaid with red enamel, the reverse impressed in relief "Issued by State Emergency Council", maker's details "Bentley" and stamped with official issue number "1969". Very good condition, retaining two original loop fittings with split pins, enamel intact, very minor surface scratches.
Code: 55589Price: 30.00 GBP
WW2 Merchant Navy Australia, Issued By The Commonwealth Government 1940, MN War Service Officially Numbered Silver Badge.
A very scarce original Second World War unmarked silver 'Merchant Navy Australia' lapel badge, the reverse inscribed in relief "Issued By The Commonwealth Government 1940" "Wallace Bishop Brisbane" and impressed with official issue number "7814". Very good condition, retaining original two loop fixtures.
Code: 55479Price: 60.00 GBP
WW2 Women's Air Training Corps in Australia W.A.T.C. Cap Badge.
A scarce silver plated beret or forage cap badge with blue enamel scroll "W.A.T.C." and silhouette of Australia, the reverse with maker's details "Stokes". Good condition, original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, minor wear to silver plating.
A volunteer organisation formed on the 17th July 1939 by Mary Bell the Australian Aviator, to provide support to the Royal Australian Air Force during the Second World War.
WW2 Red Cross Civilian Relief Workers Badge Australia
A good example, the reverse with maker's details "Bowlank Adelaide" and stamped with official issue number. Very good condition, no damage to enamel.
Code: 50109Price: 35.00 GBP
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