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This is in excellent condition with lugs
This is in excellent condition with 2 lugs
This is in excellent condition and appears to have been blackened (most of which has now come off). It has 2 lugs
This is in excellent condition with 2 lugs. Blue enamel around the central title with a couple of small knocks.
This is in excellent condition with 2 lugs and is by Buttons Ltd, Birmingham. This has no gap between wreath and globe.
This is in excellent condition complete with slider
This is in excellent condition and is heavy fawn embroidery on khaki with a waxed paper backing.
After his visit to Deal in Kent in 1918, the depot at that time for the Royal Marines.
King George V directed that the best recruit in the King's Squad should be awarded The King's Badge.
The badge would be worn on all types of dress and throughout his service
in the Royal Marines, and no matter what rank he attains.
This is in excellent condition and is black embroidery on olive green with a linen backing and merrowed edge. In 1978, to commemorate his 25th anniversary as Captain General, Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh directed that the best all-round musician or bugler completing training each year should be awarded the Prince's Badge.
The badge the cypher of Prince Phillip is surmounted by a coronet all within a lyre.
The badge will be worn on all orders of dress and throughout his service no matter what rank he attains.
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