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Royal Navy H.M.Submarines cap tally ribbon hat band circa 1940s


A good original circa 1940's period 'H.M.Submarines cap ribbon', gold wire embroidered lettering on full length cotton ribbon. Very good condition, bullion toned.
Length Approx 97mm.

Code: 58962

25.00 GBP


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WW1 Battle of Jutland 1916 commemorative silver medal by Spink


A good original First World War miniature silver 'Battle of Jutland 1916 Commemorative Medal'; the obverse depicting an upright trident with crossed 'Union and White Ensign Flags' on the cross a shield inscribed "31 May 1916" to the surround the legend "TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY OF THOSE WHO FELL THAT DAY"; the reverse with inscription within an oak wreath "MAY 31, 1916 THE GERMAN FLEET ATTACKED OFF THE COAST OF JUTLAND AND DRIVEN BACK INTO PORT WITH HEAVY LOSS. ADMIRAL SIR JOHN JELLICOE COMMANDER IN CHIEF, VICE ADMIRAL SIR DAVID BEATTY COMMANDING BATTLE CRUISIER FLEET."
Good condition, top edge impressed "Silver", minor edge knocks.
Diameter 23mm.

Battle of Jutland 1916 Commemorative Medal was designed by the Marquis of Milford Haven. Struck by 'Spink & Son in 1916' and sold for the benefit of the 'Naval Orphanages'. It was issued in Gold, Silver, Bronze and White Metal.

Code: 58868

25.00 GBP


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WW1 Battle of Jutland commemorative white metal medal Spink 1916


A good original First World War full sized white metal example of the 'Battle of Jutland 1916 Commemorative Medal'; the obverse depicting an upright trident with crossed 'Union and White Ensign Flags' on the cross a shield inscribed "31 May 1916" to the surround the legend "TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY OF THOSE WHO FELL THAT DAY"; the reverse with inscription within an oak wreath "MAY 31, 1916 THE GERMAN FLEET ATTACKED OFF THE COAST OF JUTLAND AND DRIVEN BACK INTO PORT WITH HEAVY LOSS. ADMIRAL SIR JOHN JELLICOE COMMANDER IN CHIEF, VICE ADMIRAL SIR DAVID BEATTY COMMANDING BATTLE CRUISIER FLEET."
Good condition, edge knocks, surface wear.
Diameter 45mm.

Battle of Jutland 1916 Commemorative Medal was designed by the Marquis of Milford Haven. Struck by 'Spink & Son in 1916' and sold for the benefit of the 'Naval Orphanages'. It was issued in Gold, Silver, Bronze and White Metal.

Code: 58848

20.00 GBP


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Royal Navy Officers gold bullion cap badge on band.


A good original circa 1940's period Royal Navy Officer's cap badge, silver metal fouled anchor within gold bullion embroidered laurel leaf surround, surmounted by a padded velvet King's Crown, the reverse with fawn hessian lining. Very good clean used condition, no sign of any moth, bullion nicely toned, and complete with original woollen cap band.

Code: 58778

45.00 GBP


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WW2 Royal Naval Patrol Service Minesweeping Anti Submarine badge.


A scarce original Wartime official 1940-42 first issue pin fitting unmarked silver uniform sleeve badge, the obverse impressed with the artist's initials "KG" (George Kruger Gray), the reverse with registration number in relief "Rd.837751". Very good condition, original pin fittings, an excellent example.
Height 29mm.

Designed by George Kruger Gray, approved by HM King George VI on 2nd February 1940.

Code: 58738

65.00 GBP


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WW2 Royal Naval Patrol Service Minesweeping Anti Submarine badge.


A scarce original Wartime official second issue sew on unmarked silver uniform sleeve badge impressed with the artist's initials "KG" (George Kruger Gray) to the obverse, the reverse with registration number in relief "Rd.837751". Good condition, minor service wear.
Height 28mm.

Designed by George Kruger Gray, approved by HM King George VI on 2nd February 1940.

Code: 58737

60.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Navy RNR Royal Naval Reserve officers sword belt clasp.


A very scarce original Great War period 'Royal Naval Reserve Officers Naval buckle'; swivel action gilded brass example the centre bearing King George V crowned fouled anchor, superimposed old english 'RNR' initials across the centre, within laurel wreath outer part. Very good condition, minimal service wear.
Width 75mm.

Code: 58667

90.00 GBP


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Royal Navy Petty Officers Pre-1953 gilt metal beret badge.


A scarce original George VI period 'Royal Navy Petty Officers beret badge'; die stamped gilded crowned two rope circlet, silver plated fouled anchor applied to voided centre, prong fitting to reverse. Very good condition, gilt finish remains bright.
Height 49mm.

Code: 58663

25.00 GBP


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EIIR Royal Navy Officers silver plate and gilt beret badge.


A good original early Queen Elizabeth issue 'Royal Navy Officer's beret badge', die-stamped gilded metal highly defined crowned laurel wreath, with applied silver plated fouled anchor set within voided centre, crown with red velvet backing with retaining blades to secure. Very good condition, complete with original two loop fittings and split pin, gilt finish remains bright.
Height 51mm.

Code: 58662

20.00 GBP


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Royal Navy Submarine Service gilt and enamel dolphin anchor badge.


A good original full sized 'Royal Navy Submarine Service badge'; gilded brass early example displaying a Elizabeth II Crowned anchor, flanked by a pair of dolphins cresting, enhanced with red and black enamelling. Very good condition, complete with original pair of clutch pin fittings and retainers, enamel perfect, minor service wear.
Width 62mm.

Code: 58661

20.00 GBP


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Royal Navy Chief Petty Officer gilt metal economy issue cap badge.


A good original Second World War period 'Royal Navy Chief Petty Officer economy issue cap badge', silver metal fouled anchor set within a gilt metal crowned wreath, the reverse with black hessian backing. Very good used condition, silver and gilt now toned.
Height 70mm.

Code: 58660

25.00 GBP


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WW2 Royal Navy Volunteer Wireless Reserve RNVWR lapel badge.


A scarce original wartime 'Royal Navy Volunteer Wireless Reserve gilt badge', with red, white and blue enamel, the reverse with maker's details "J.R.Gaunt London". Very good condition, retaining original buttonhole fitting, very minor flake to the enamel at the 1 o'clock position.
Height 24mm.

Volunteer amateur radio operators and enthusiasts mobilised in 1939 becoming an integral part of the Royal Navy.

Code: 58612

30.00 GBP


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WW1 Battle of Jutland 1916 commemorative silver medal by Spink.


A good original First World War miniature silver 'Battle of Jutland 1916 Commemorative Medal'; the obverse depicting an upright trident with crossed 'Union and White Ensign Flags' on the cross a shield inscribed "31 May 1916" to the surround the legend "TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY OF THOSE WHO FELL THAT DAY"; the reverse with inscription within an oak wreath "MAY 31, 1916 THE GERMAN FLEET ATTACKED OFF THE COAST OF JUTLAND AND DRIVEN BACK INTO PORT WITH HEAVY LOSS. ADMIRAL SIR JOHN JELLICOE COMMANDER IN CHIEF, VICE ADMIRAL SIR DAVID BEATTY COMMANDING BATTLE CRUISIER FLEET."
Very good condition, top edge impressed "Silver", very minor edge knocks.
Diameter 23mm.

Battle of Jutland 1916 Commemorative Medal was designed by the Marquis of Milford Haven. Struck by 'Spink & Son in 1916' and sold for the benefit of the 'Naval Orphanages'. It was issued in Gold, Silver, Bronze and White Metal.

Code: 58499

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Royal Navy HMS Chieftain R36 silver destroyer ship badge.


A scarce original post-war period detailed ship's silhouette of 'HMS Chieftain (R36)' in the form of a brooch', the reverse impressed "800" (Silver). Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings.
Length 59mm.

Royal Navy HMS Chieftain was a Ch class "Intermediate" destroyers buillt by 'Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company', Greenock, Scotland, launched 26 February 1945. She saw duty during the Suez Crisis in 1956 and was scrapped in Sunderland in 1961.

Code: 58470

60.00 GBP


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Royal Navy Marksman Rifle felt cloth trade badge.


A good original 'Royal Navy Marksman trade badge'; red embroidered rifle on rounded top rectangular navy felt backing. Very good condition, colours remain bright.
Length approx 91mm.

Code: 57922

10.00 GBP


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Royal Navy Mine Clearance Service Cuff badge.


A scarce original circa 1918 'Royal Navy Mine Clearance Service cuff badge'; large die-stamped silvered example depicting a floating mine within a Crowned wreath. Good condition, complete with both original loop fittings, backing plate and split pin, minor service wear to central highpoints.
Height 82mm.

Formed at the end of the First World War.

Code: 57710

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Royal Navy HMS Euryalus cap ribbon tally hat band


A scarce original 'H.M.S. Euryalus cap ribbon'; gold cotton silk embroidered lettering on full length silk ribbon. Very good condition.
Length Approx 92mm.

This H.M.S. Euryalus Cap Ribbon is from the ship that was the last cruiser that Chatham Dockyard built. Launched on 6 June 1939, commissioned on the 30 June 1941 and decommissioned on the 19 September 1954.

Code: 56463

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WW1 Royal Naval Division RND cap tally ribbon hat band


A rare original First World War period 'Royal Naval Division cap tally ribbon', gold wire embroidered lettering on full length silk ribbon. Good condition, service wear, gold wire toned.
Length Approx 120mm.

Code: 56462

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Royal Navy gold bullion enbroidered officer cap badge


A good original circa 1940's period 'Royal Navy Officer's cap badge', silver metal fouled anchor within gold bullion embroidered laurel leaf surround, surmounted by a padded velvet King's Crown, the reverse with black herringbone pattern cotton lining. Good clean used condition, no sign of any moth, bullion nicely toned.
Height Approx 72mm.
Width Approx 94mm.

Code: 56428

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HMS Hood Rule Britannia fundraising badge circa 1924


A scarce original circa 1924 large celluloid tin button badge, depicting a lifebuoy with title "Rule Britannia Souvenir British Fleet"; the centre displaying the head of a young sailor wearing a sailor's cap with "H.M.S. Hood ribbon tally", the rim bearing maker's details "A.W.Patrick, Maker 440 RAF St. N. Fitzroy Melb" "Copyright, Regd". Good condition, retaining original pin fitting, minor foxing, colour remains bright.
Diameter 32mm.

HMS Hood built by 'John Brown & Company'. Launched 22 August 1918 and commissioned 15 May 1920. She was sunk during the Battle of Denmark Strait 24 May 1941.
While in Australia in April 1924, the squadron escorted the battlecruiser HMAS Australia out to sea where she was scuttled.

Code: 56362

30.00 GBP


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