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    Quote by Kenworth View Post
    RAAF Warrant Officers Cap Badge
    Excellent mate
    First example of it's type on the thread.

    Nice one.......

    Cheers mate

  2. #782


    Quote by Kenworth View Post
    No Worries Dave and thank you , I always where I can post a reference photo of my best pieces , in cases where I have multiples , I also have other variations etc , and varying condition pieces , in the case of wings especialy , so anyone can pm me if they wish to compare items, I maybe able to help , maybe not . But the offers is there.
    Good on ya bloke

  3. #783


    RAAF Officers Bullion Cap Badge.
    Late WW2 off a 1945 cap .
    I added the cap date pic in for reference .

  4. #784


    RAAF LAC Insignia

  5. #785

    Default Working on a display its unfinished I want to fill the frame to the brim lol

    Working on a display its unfinished I want to fill the frame to the brim lol have fun looking
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  6. #786


    Cool Michael
    Excellent stuff mate. Well done and congrats hey.

    Cheers for posting Plenty to look at for sure.


  7. #787


    Hey Blokes

    As always some fantastic stuff..

    I have been organising my collections and sorting the oddments ~

    I was actually straightening out afew bent webbing buckles with my MAP torch ~ and thought ~ Hey ~ I have quite a few badly encrusted badges , AMF buttons and many coins that are never going make my exhibition trays ~ or just bound to dropped into the brica-brac boxes... I have nothing to lose , I reckon i will give some of them a burst under the torch flame ~

    Then I cooled the item and then buffed with a soft brass brush under tap water ~

    And blow me down if the results have not been absolutely stunning ~

    These three including a sad AMF button ~ after being flamed ~

    ( I have done a comprehensive report on my Blog on site ~ )

  8. #788


    Raaf Squadron Leader Epaulettes.

    Collectors Advice.

    * Make Mental Note of Which Way The Eagles are Pointed for Right and Left Shoulders *

    * Make Mental Note of the Eagle & Crown Type *

  9. #789


    Nice nice nice
    Cheers mate.


  10. #790


    Quote by Thanatos View Post
    Nice nice nice
    Cheers mate.

    Thanks Dave , Im trying to put together a string of WW2 RAAF Epaulette piccys on for an example to help people look for small things that are easily missed , It has nothing to do with originality , more to do with spotting ad on's and the differences so you dont end up with a mis matched pair , If that makes sense. I figure doing it in pictures step by step would make it easy for members to see what im on about, and it should make sense. It will in fact when I finish .
    It applies all the way down the line to uniforms, caps etc. etc.
    Its all to helping fellow members .

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