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Salute The Soldier Plymouth wartime fundraising badge

A scarce original wartime period 'Salute The Soldier Plymouth celluloid tin button badge' sold to raise funds during the Second World War, it potrays a Tommy Soldier in full kit, ready for action. Very good condition, complete with pin fitting, colours bright, an excellent example.
Diameter 24mm.

The Salute The Soldier logo was designed by the artist Abram Games (1914-96) the great designer of the Festival of Britain logo and numerous well known war and travel posters etc.

Code: 52893

35.00 GBP


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Salute The Soldier Sherbourne fundraising tin button badge

A scarce original wartime period 'Salute The Soldier celluloid tin button badge' sold to raise funds during the Second World War, it portrays a Tommy Soldier in full kit, ready for action. Very good condition, complete with original pin fitting, colours remain bright.
Diameter 25mm.

The Salute The Soldier logo was designed by the artist Abram Games (1914-96) the great designer of the Festival of Britain logo and numerous well known war and travel posters etc.

Code: 59447

35.00 GBP


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WW2 United England France Belgium fundraising flag badge

A very good wartime period 'United Patriotic Flags fundraising celluloid tin button badge' depicting the highly coloured crossed flags of France and Belgium with England's Union Flag shield to the fore. Very good clean condition, complete with original pin fitting, colour remains bright, no sign of any foxing to the front.
Diameter 23mm.

Code: 59421

18.00 GBP


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Cirencester war weapons week 1941 Union Jack fundraising badge


A scarce 1941 Cirencester Area War Weapons Week celluloid tin button badge, sold to raise funds during Second World War, the rim with maker's details "Thos Fattorini Ltd Regent St B'Ham". Good condition, complete with original pin fitting.
Diameter 25mm.

Code: 58743

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Save To Win The Peace 1945 English American Russian flag badge


An exceptionally good end of war period patriotic celluloid tin button badge', depicting the crosed flags of England's Union Jack, Americain Stars and Stripes and Russia's Flag bearing hammer and sickle symbol, all in vivid colouring with the declaration "Save To Win The Peace 1945". Very good clean condition, retaining original pin fitting, colour remains bright, no sign of any foxing, spot of rust to backing.
Diameter 24mm.

Code: 57858

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Keep The Flag Flying Australian National flag fundraising badge


A scarce original circa 1940's 'Keep The Flag Flying fundraising celluloid tin button badge' depicting the 'Australian National Flag a Blue Ensign' on gold coloured ground. Very good condition, retaining original pin fitting, colour remains bright, minor rust spots to reverse.
Diameter 22mm.

Code: 56714

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Fighting Forces Comfort Fund 1941 Union Jack Flag 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.
Diameter 32mm.

Code: 56409

20.00 GBP


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Keep The Flag Flying 1946 Canada red ensign fundraising badge


A scarce original circa 1946 'Keep The Flag Flying celluloid tin button fundraising badge' depicting the 'Canadian Red Ensign' with gold coloured maple leaf. Good condition, retaining original pin fitting, colour remains bright, some foxing and rust to reverse.
Diameter 22mm.

Code: 55897

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WW2 Lets go forward together Union & Russian flag fundraising badge


An exceptionally good wartime period 'United We Stand celluloid tin button fundraising badge' depicting the crosed flags of England and Russia in vivid colouring with the declaration "Lets Go Forward Together". Very good clean condition, retaining original pin fitting, colour remains bright, no sign of any foxing.
Diameter 24mm.

Code: 55896

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Save To Win The Peace 1945 fundraisng badge


A good original 'Save To Win The Peace 1945 celluloid tin button badge' depicting the united flags of England, United States and Russia in vivid colouring. Very good condition, retaining original single pin fitting, colour remains bright, no sign of any foxing, minor surface scratches.
Diameter 25mm.

Code: 55889

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WW2 Salutes The Soldier Birmingham fundraising badge

A good original Second World War period 'Birmingham Salutes The Soldier celluloid tin button badge' sold to raise funds, it portrays a Tommy Soldier with gun ready for action. Good condition, complete with original pin fitting, very minor foxing.
Diameter 25mm.

Code: 55503

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Russian war relief fund for service badge


A scarce original Second World War period 'Russian War Relief RWR For Service badge'; small gilded silver rectangular pin bar inlaid with red enamelling, bearing Oriental hallmark and maker's details to reverse. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, enamel perfect.
Size 28 x 8mm.

Code: 55233

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WW2 Northumberland & Durham war needs fundraisers badge


A scarce Second World War period 'Northumberland & Durham War Needs Fund badge'; circular gilded brass example, depicting in relief a fighter plane, warship and heavy artillery gun, within a blue enamel title surround, the reverse with maker's details "Fattorini Bradford". Very good condition, retaining original pin fitings, perfect enamel, gilt bright.
Diameter 23mm.

Code: 55097

35.00 GBP


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WW2 Forest of Dean 1941 war weapons week fundraising badge


A scarce Second World War period 'Forest of Dean 1941 War Weapons Week large size celluloid tin button badge' sold to raise funds during Second World War in the week of "May 24th-31 1941", the rim with maker's details "Thos Fattorini Ltd. Regent St. B'Ham.1". Very good condition, retaining original pin, colours remain bright.
Diameter 31mm.

Code: 54901

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WW2 Chilwell victory tank fundraising badge


A very rare Second World War period 'Tank Fund Chilwell badge' in the form of a gilt and enamel 'British Tank' probably worn by a Nottinghamshire volunteer collecting for the fund, the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd Branston St B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fitings, no damage to the enamel, an excellent example.
Width 37mm.
Height 19mm.

Code: 53510

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WW2 Salute The Soldier Barnstaple fundraising badge


A scarce 'Salute The Soldier, Barnstaple Savings Area badge', sold to raise funds during Second World War, depicting a Tommy Soldier in full kit, ready for action. Very good condition, complete with pin fitting, colours bright, an excellent example.
Diameter 25mm.

The Salute The Soldier logo was designed by the artist Abram Games (1914-96) the great designer of the Festival of Britain logo and numerous well known war and travel posters etc.

Code: 52892

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WW2 For Victory and Freedom it all depends on me badge


A good wartime campaign celluloid disc, 'IT All Depends On ME' on one side "For Victory And Freedom" on the other, sold during the war to place on objects used everyday such as a key ring, to remind the people working tirelessly for the war effort of the importance of their work and to keep their spirits raised.
Good condition, colour remains clear, some minor surface scratches.
Diameter 31mm.

Code: 52826

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WW2 Brierley Hill war weapons week 1941 fundraising badge


A scarce 1941 Brierley Hill War Weapons Week celluloid tin button badge, sold to raise funds during Second World War, the edge with maker's details "Thos Fattorini Ltd Regent St B'Ham". Very good condition, original pin fitting.
Diameter 25mm.

Code: 52360

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WW2 Stourbridge & District war weapons week 1941 fundraising badge


A rare celluloid tin button badge, displaying a British Tank, sold to raise funds during Second World War, the edge with maker's details "Thos Fattorini Ltd Regent St B'Ham". Poor condition, original pin fitting, heavy foxing and rust.
Diameter 25mm.

Code: 51546

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WW2 Salute The Soldier Exeter 1944 fundraising badge


A scarce 1944 paper badge, set in a tin surround and backing, sold to raise funds during Second World War, depicting a Tommy Soldier in full kit, ready for action. Superb condition, no rust, colours bright.
Diameter 31mm.
Designed by Abram Games (1914-96) the great designer of the Festival of Britain logo and numerous well known war and travel posters etc.

Code: 51184

SOLD