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WW2 British Plastic Cap badges

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    Nice badges Mike. Never seen a back like the cadets badge before, any idea how it was attached?

    Tom

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    Quote by StuG III View Post
    Nice badges Mike. Never seen a back like the cadets badge before, any idea how it was attached?

    Tom
    I've not got a clue to be honest? I can't really see any method of attachment at all...that's what made me wonder, albeit slightly tongue in cheek, if it was some novelty thing that came free in a cornflakes packet!!
    Only thing I can think of is that something pushed onto the bit that sticks out at the back of the badge maybe?

    Is the ACF badge quite scarce? I can't say I've seen a plastic one before, not that I've looked that much, wasn't sure it was real at first. It's quite a small thing too, actually thought it might of been for a collar when I first looked at it.

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    Like a fool I traded away my South Staffs, but I have this one and some others I will try to find.
    Pete

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    Quote by Time Bandit View Post
    Only thing I can think of is that something pushed onto the bit that sticks out at the back of the badge maybe?
    Maybe a safety pin?

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    Quote by wood View Post
    Like a fool I traded away my South Staffs, but I have this one and some others I will try to find.
    Pete

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    Nice womans home guard.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

  6. #166
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    Should have said. Reverse is marked "1-A", " prov. pat.", "A Stanley & Sons Walsall" Both fixing blades present.
    Pete

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    I really like these badges and recently picked up my first one. Nothing too fancy, just a General Service Corps badge!
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    Nice badge Pete.
    Great start Robbob, complete with blades. Nothing shabby about this badge.

    Tom

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    Hi Fella's
    Stanley made Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry Insignia.
    Has some age cracking but for $3.50 AU I'm a happy camper.

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    I will post a pretty rare little economy tonight if I get time. Less than 25 000 made is the hint.

    Keep posting gent's

    All the best

    Dave

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    Stanley made Women's Land Army proficiency Badge.
    Awarded for skill and aptitude in many diverse activities from live stock rearing to tractor maintenance. I believe around 25 000 were produced by A Stanley and Sons.

    These are the sellers (Australian) images and I should have it early next week.

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    From the prices I've seen for these in the UK I would assume they are not so common.

    All the best

    Dave

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