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Gloster Aircraft Co Ltd officially numbered construction workers badge

Gloster Aircraft Co Ltd officially numbered construction workers badge

A scarce original circa 1940's 'Gloster Aircraft Co Ltd' gilt and enamel identification badge, the reverse with maker's details 'Thomas Fattorini Ltd Regent St Birmingam' and impressed with official issue number '8653'. Very good condition, complete with original buttonhole fitting, no damage to the enamel.
Height 22mm.

The 'Gloster Aircraft Company Limited' was founded in 1917 as the Gloucestershire Aircraft Company and was based in Cheltenham Gloucestershire. In 1961, the company was merged with 'Sir W G Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft Limited' to form 'Whitworth Gloster Aircraft Limited'.

Code: 63730

45.00 GBP


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Bristol Aero Engines Ltd 25 years service silver badge

Bristol Aero Engines Ltd 25 years service silver badge

A scarce original circa 1956 aircraft engine manufacturer 'Bristol Aero Engines Ltd twenty five years service silver badge'; the reverse impressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1956 and maker's details 'F&S' (Fattorini & Sons). Very good condition, complete with original screw post fixing and silver nut with hallmark, enamel perfect.
Width 29mm.
Height 13mm.

Code: 63559

35.00 GBP


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Bristol Aero Engines Ltd  20 years service silver badge

Bristol Aero Engines Ltd 20 years service silver badge

A scarce original circa 1956 aircraft engine manufacturer 'Bristol Aero Engines Ltd twenty years service silver badge'; the reverse impressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1956 and maker's details 'F&S' (Fattorini & Sons). Very good condition, complete with original screw post fixing and silver nut with hallmark, enamel perfect.
Width 29mm.
Height 13mm.

Code: 63558

35.00 GBP


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Bristol Aeroplane Company Ltd Aircraft Engine Division workers badge

Bristol Aeroplane Company Ltd Aircraft Engine Division workers badge

A good original circa 1950's 'Bristol Engine Division worker's badge' in the form of a small chromium plated wing displaying the 'Bristol Company logo script' in blue enamel. Very good condition, complete with original buttonhole lapel fitting, no damage to the enamel.
Width 26mm.
Height 13mm.

Code: 63433

35.00 GBP


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WW1 Blackburn Aeroplane & Motor Company aircraft production war service badge

WW1 Blackburn Aeroplane & Motor Company aircraft production war service badge

A very rare original First World War period 'On His Majestys Service 'OHMS Blackburn Aeroplane & Motor Company aircraft production war workers pin badge'; large gilt oval example bearing embossed winged propeller to the centre on light blue enamel ground, within the title scrolls 'O.H.M.S. Blackburn Aeroplanes'; the reverse impressed with maker's details 'Fattorini & Sons Bradford'. Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, gilt finish remains bright.
Width 50mm.
Height 29mm.

The Blackburn Aeroplane & Motor Company was founded in 1914 and produced aircraft for the Royal Flying Corps. The company's name was changed to Blackburn Aircraft Limited in 1936.

Code: 63396

340.00 GBP


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British Aircraft Corporation 1965 silver 20 year service badge

British Aircraft Corporation 1965 silver 20 year service badge

A scarce original circa 1965 aircraft engine manufacturer 'British Aircraft Corporation twenty year service badge' the reverse impressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1965 and maker's details 'F&S' (Fattorini & Sons). Very good condition, complete with original screw post fixing and hallmarked silver nut, no damage to the enamel.
Width 29mm.
Height 13mm.

Code: 63372

45.00 GBP


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WW2 Cunliffe Owen Aircraft Ltd On National Service war worker numbered badge

WW2 Cunliffe Owen Aircraft Ltd On National Service war worker numbered badge

A scarce original Second World War 'Cunliffe-Owen Aircraft Ltd gilt and enamel war workers badge', the reverse with maker's details 'Fattorini Bradford' and impressed with official issue number '4633'. Good condition, complete with original pin fittings, enamel with minor service wear.
Diameter 25mm.

'National Service' was established in 1939 to promote all forms of service for the war effort. Many employers introduced their own National Services badges to denote war service. These served to indicate that the person employed was working in the national interest and as a form of protection against been called a mIlitary service dodger.

Code: 62632

80.00 GBP


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De Havilland Aircraft Company production workers silver badge dated 1939

De Havilland Aircraft Company production workers silver badge dated 1939

A scarce original 'De Havilland Aircraft Company production workers small silver lapel badge' in the form of the companies logo, an aircraft fighter plane with blue enamel 'D' and 'H' superimposed over each wing, with 1939 below, the reverse impressed 'Silver'. Very good condition, complete with original buttonhole horseshoe style fitting, no damage to the enamel.
Height 17mm.
Width 25mm.

Code: 62217

80.00 GBP


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Austin Motor Co Ltd Shadow Factory Aero Engines war service identification badge E4 works department

Austin Motor Co Ltd Shadow Factory Aero Engines war service identification badge E4 works department

A rare original circa 1940's wartime period Government aircraft manufacturers 'Austin Motor Co Ltd Shadow Factory Aero Engines identification lapel badge'; gilt square title surround, the centre bearing the companies logo a winged steering wheel and inlaid with dark blue enamel; the reverse impressed with maker's details 'Thomas Fattorini Ltd, Regent St Birmingham' and to the top right hand corner the engraved the works department number 'E4'. Very good condition, complete with original buttonhole lapel fitting, enamel with very minor service wear and light surface scratches.
Size 25 x 25mm.

At the beginning of the war the motor car manufacturer 'Austin Motor Company' were involved in aircraft production and built the Shadow aircraft factory to supply the RAF. It was situated in Cofton Hackett, Bromsgrove, Worcester. This particular badge was issued in different colours depending on which department you were working in.

Code: 62216

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Fairey Aviation Company miniature lapel badge

Fairey Aviation Company miniature lapel badge

A good original pre 1970's 'Fairey chromium plated miniature lapel badge', depicting the winged triangular symbol inlaid with blue enamelling. Fair condition, complete with original buttonhole fitting, service wear to chromium plating.
Height 26mm.

The Fairey Aviation Co. Ltd. Hayes Middlesex.

Code: 61133

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Handley Page Ltd Aircraft manufacturers 1966 presentation gold brooch by Garrard

Handley Page Ltd Aircraft manufacturers 1966 presentation gold brooch by Garrard

A rare original circa 1966 superb quality 'Handley Page Limited gold brooch' possibly for loyal service; polished oval bearing the company logo, the 'HP' cypher inlaid with blue enamel and mounted on a slim bar with floral decoration, impressed with Birmingham 9 carat gold hallmarks for 1966 and maker's details 'G & Co Ld' (Garrard & Co London the Crown Jewellers); the reverse engraved 'Mrs E.Styles'. Very good mint condition, complete with original pin fittings with safety roller catch in good working order, enamel perfect.
Width 45mm.
Height 24mm.

Code: 61000

250.00 GBP


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Bristol Siddeley aircraft engines 1959 twenty year service badge

Bristol Siddeley aircraft engines 1959 twenty year service badge

A scarce original circa 1956 aircraft engine manufacturer 'Bristol Siddeley twenty year service badge' the reverse impressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1959, maker's details 'F&S' (Fattorini & Sons) and personally engraved 'A170'. Very good condition, complete with original screw post fixing and silver nut with hallmark, enamel perfect.
Width 29mm.
Height 13mm.

Code: 60825

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Armstrong Siddeley aircraft engines 1928 silver propeller badge

Armstrong Siddeley aircraft engines 1928 silver propeller badge

A scarce original well designed 'Armstrong Siddeley lapel badge', in the form of an aircraft engine and propeller inlaid with blue enamel a carrying the company name; the reverse impressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1928 and maker's details 'J.F' (James Fenton & Co.). Excellent condition, complete with original buttonhole fitting, no damage to the enamel.
Width 45mm.
Height 22mm.

Code: 59474

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Saunders-Roe aircraft company construction workers badge

Saunders-Roe aircraft company construction workers badge

An original circa 1940's 'Saunders Roe Limited gilt badge' inlaid with scarce variant black and white enamelling, the reverse impressed with maker's details 'Thomas Fattorini Birmingham' and official low issue number '130'. Fair condition, complete with original buttonhole fitting, extensive enamel loss to wings and circlet. Price reflects.
Width 35mm.

Saunders-Roe Ltd, Columbine Works East Cowes, Isle of Wight.

Code: 59076

30.00 GBP


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British Rola Company aircraft suppliers National Service badge.

British Rola Company aircraft suppliers National Service badge.

A rare original wartime period 'British Rola Company badge' in the form of a fighter plane; gilded brass well defined aircraft bearing 'National Service' across the wings and official low issue number to the tail, the reverse complete with original pin fittings with safety roller catch in perfect working order. Excellent condition.
Wingspan 39mm.
Length 30mm.

Code: 58782

160.00 GBP


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Metropolitan-Vickers ARP aircraft production radar equipment badge

Metropolitan-Vickers ARP aircraft production radar equipment badge


A scarce original Second World War period 'Metropolitan-Vickers Air Raid Precaution lapel badge', chromium plated example bearing the "MV" distinct company logo in black and white enamel above "A.R.P" tablet inlaid in red. Very good condition, retaining original pin fitting, enamel perfect, an excellent example.
Height 26mm.

Code: 57667

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Pollards Aircraft Factory Walthamstow London war worker badge

Pollards Aircraft Factory Walthamstow London war worker badge

A scarce original Second World War period 'Pollards Aircraft War Service lapel badge'; chromium plated example in the shape of a polygon, the centre panels showing a carpenter-joiner and blast furnace worker in relief, around the edge the titles "H&C Ltd" "Pollards" "Haskins" "M-S Co". Very good condition, retaining original buttonhole fitting, minimal wear to plating.
Height 20mm.

'H&C Ltd' "Hammond & Chapness of Walthamstow" went into liquidation in 1930 and was taken over by 'E Pollard & Co. Ltd' then a shopfitting company, who also merged with 'Samuel Haskins & Bros' in the same year.
Pollards Aircraft were based in Ferry Lane, Walthamstow, London, during WWII they were assigned to the production of aircraft parts.

Code: 57485

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PAC Aircraft Construction winged aeroplane company workers badge

PAC Aircraft Construction winged aeroplane company workers badge


A rare original circa 1936 'Aircraft Construction worker's badge'; gilded brass title circlet, inlaid with blue enamel, on which a large superimposed wing bearing the logo "PAC" overlaps. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, enamel perfect.
Width 55mm.
Height 24mm.

'PAC Aircraft Construction' believed to be from the 'PUTTNAM AIRCRAFT CO. LTD.' registered as a private company on March 11 1936 and and known for the 'P.A.C. POU Flying Flea aircraft'. They ceased trading the same year after producing a small amount of aircraft.

Code: 57285

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Short Brothers Rochester OHMS aircraft makers badge

Short Brothers Rochester OHMS aircraft makers badge

A rare original First World War period 'Short Brothers Rochester On His Majesty's Service war service badge'; large gilded brass quatrefoil example with blue enamel title surround and embossed winged propeller to the centre. Very good condition, retaining original buttonhole fitting, enamel intact, minor surface scratches.
Height 30mm.

Short Brothers Aviation Company was one of the earliest British Aircraft makers founded in 1908. It produced the first production aircraft in the world and found a specialist niche market in the manufacture of Flying Boats. During the Great War it fulfilled a number of Government contracts for the RNAS and later RAF. An example of their Short Admiralty Type 184a flying boat was the first aircraft in the world to attack a ship dropping a live torpedo. Before the end of the war it would also move into making Airships been awarded two contracts and moving to Cardington in Bedfordshire. In 1919 the company changed its Company name to “Short Brothers (Rochester & Bedford) Ltd.

Code: 57284

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Handley Page Aircraft Manufacturers social club badge

Handley Page Aircraft Manufacturers social club badge


A scarce original circa 1933 -1939 'Handley Page lapel badge'; small round gilded brass example, title surround inlaid in black enamel, superimposed wings bearing "SC" to the centre on enamel ground; the reverse impressed with maker's details "Fattorini & Sons Ltd Bradford Works Birmingham" (1933 -1939 marking). Very good condition, retaining original buttonhole fitting, enamel perfect.
Height 17mm.

Code: 57282

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