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Post your WW2 Australian Insignia.

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  1. #261

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    Just for you Rene,
    Another RAAF badge



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    I'm going to have to ask your Wifey to hide all your side caps mate

  2. #262

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    Another Arty set

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  3. #263

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    Marksman Badge on a backing plate.

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    I will image some more tomorrow after work fellas.

  4. #264

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    WO2 and I believe Staff Sergeant Major third class sleeve rank insignia.

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  5. #265

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    More collars of various makers.

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  6. #266

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    These two are interesting. I picked them up out of Bulgaria last year. Bulgaria has a Southern border on both Greece and Turkey.
    They may have been traded by Australian POW's walking out of Greece in 1941 or a period battlefield find from the Greek Campaign?
    Not to confident with the Turkey theory as they could only have come from one place unless they were picked up by a Turkish soldier in Palestine and later traded. Their true history is lost in time though but I find them fascinating.
    They are basically in uncleaned condition and still have some carbon traces deep in the hollows from when they were possibly blackened with a liquid fuel lighter or similar. This to me indicates they "may" have seen battle somewhere.
    I really like these two.

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    I had to use the camera's flash for this image.

  7. #267

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    Some more "Australia" Titles.

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  8. #268

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    A pair of "brassy" Engineer collars.

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  9. #269

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    Whilst not insignia I thought I would post an example of a "Returned from Active Service Badge"

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    I like these as they are personal little jiggers with great meaning. Every bit as personal as a medal group IMO.
    That's it for tonight. I will post some General Service hat badges tomorrow.
    Later fellas

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    Another RAAF badge.
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