8 Items Found
Page: 1 of 1
0 Items in Basket »
Ministry of Supply Salvage Steward plastic economy issue badge

An exceptionally good example of a scarce official red plastic badge issued to part-time stewards appointed by local authorities, the reverse with maker's details 'F&G' in a circle and 'Pat. App.For'. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no distortion, colour remains vibrant.
Height 32mm.

Code: 59294

45.00 GBP


Shortlist item
Junior Salvage A COG IN THE WHEEL tin button badge

A scarce wartime 'A Cog In The Wheel celluloid tin button badge', depicting a cog. Excellent condition, complete with original pin fittings, colour remains vibrant.
Diameter 23mm.

A campaign started in 1942 by the Women's Voluntary Service in London, with a view to involving schoolchildren in the collection of salvage, to inspire more interest to the children, these badges were awarded to the keenest workers.

Code: 59293

40.00 GBP


Shortlist item
Junior Salvage A COG IN THE WHEEL tin button badge

A scarce wartime 'A Cog In The Wheel celluloid tin button badge', depicting a cog. Fair condition, complete with original pin fittings, colour faded, minor foxing and surface scratches.
Diameter 23mm.

A campaign started in 1942 by the Women's Voluntary Service in London, with a view to involving schoolchildren in the collection of salvage, to inspire more interest to the children, these badges were awarded to the keenest workers.

Code: 57224

15.00 GBP


Shortlist item
WW2 Ministry of Fuel Watcher blue plastic economy issue badge


A scarce official issue wartime blue plastic 'Fuel Watcher badge' bearing the words "Heat Light Power", the reverse with "Pat. App. For". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, very minor colour fading to the front.
Height 24mm.

The Ministry of Fuel and Power was created in June 1942 to control fuel consumption firstly to householders and later in industry, the official economy plastic badges were issued to the appointed Fuel Watchers through their Regional Coal Office.

Code: 55162

SOLD


WW2 Junior Salvage Steward cog In the wheel plastic economy badge


A scarce wartime 'Junior Salvage Steward badge', the reverse with maker's details "F & G" and "Patt. App.For". Good condition, retaining original pin fittings, colour remains bright and with no distortion.
Diameter 24mm.

A Cog In The Wheel Scheme campaign started in 1942 by the Women's Voluntary Service in London, with a view to involving schoolchildren in the collection of salvage, to inspire more interest to the children, these badges were awarded to the keenest workers.

Code: 53508

SOLD


WW2 Salvage voluntary worker home front badge


A rare Second World War gilt and enamel Voluntary Worker Salvage badge, authorized by an unknown District Council or Rural District Council, the reverse with maker's details "Thomas Fattorini Ltd Regent St Birmingham". Good condition, original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, some minor surface scratches.
Diameter 22mm.

Code: 52423

45.00 GBP


Shortlist item
WW2 Ministry of Supply salvage steward blue plastic economy issue badge


A rare official blue plastic badge for full time stewards appointed to offices and shops, the reverse with maker's details "F&G" in a circle. Very good condition, original pin fittings, colour remains bright.
Height 31mm.

Code: 50893

SOLD


WW2 National Salvage Campaign steward badge


A rare small gilt badge with red and black enamel, good condition, original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel.
Diameter 20mm.

Code: 50877

SOLD