an interesting item. probably a sports medal but sadly unnamed. approx 1.55" diameter plus suspension loops. Emblem of this WW2 formed unit which was disbanded in the 1950s. Most likely an early Cold War German made medal for the BAOR.
a good example military chromed metal trade badge. 1.755" by 1.25" complete with brass backing plate and cotter pins. usually a cavalry award but believed now issued for some other instruments.
a gilt metal junior ranks cap badge approx 2.45" by 1.25" with crown of Queen Elizabeth II at top. plain slider fitting on the reverse.
an old veterans association district medal. gilt brass approx 1.3" by 1.5". missing the ribbon loop etc.
a rather salty example of the U Boat war badge. approx 1.755" by 1.4" .old repairs to the pin assembly and probably a bit of touching up too. sold as is.
a good example machine embroidered American patch. approx 2.4" by 2.75".
a scarce badge but well used condition of this former Welsh Regiment. approx 1.6" by 1.5". maker marked slider by H.W. Timings Ltd. It appears to have been subdued at some time either for an exercise or active service with remains of a black finish. a bit brighter than the pictures suggest.
reasonable miniature of this Campaign Medal. approx 0.6" diameter plus fixed suspension and ribbon. a few were awarded to British recipients..
a late example German War Badge. approx 22.45" by 1.8". appears to be silver grade but some of the little bits of remaining finish has started to react as a bronzey colour. a darker tone than the pictures suggest.
made from a pre 1902 pattern collar which has had the lug fittings replaced with a brooch pin. Crown of Queen Victoria at top. approx 1" by 1". Remains of a gilt wash showing on the reverse.
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