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Polish Regimental Badges WW2

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    From post: #878 I wonder who produced these miniature "armoured fist" badges??

    I know Collins produced a black enamel miniature armour gauntlet arm with sword but id did not have the gear wheel border device —I have not seen this type before.
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    Nice complete pair of early "Skorpion" collar pennons with not too much enamel damage, with brass backing plates and correct spinners recently sold approx. GBP £670!
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    Fellows
    I have been recently asked to provide more information / judgement on authenticity of Polish AF Piliot’s Wings by Fimin of London.
    To be honest – I have seen the Firmin’s wings only 2 times over years and do not even have good resolution pictures – except the below attached.

    Do You have more pictures?
    Any information?

    I will ask for the picture of the Wings I have been shown to add
    Perhaps we could learn more working collectively
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    Fellows
    Just to keep up with the market.
    Recently sold on ebay
    The Military Police Badge of 2nd Cor.
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    Fellows
    I think it – I may have found an interesting subject for us to focus on – a bit.
    I have acquired as “the curiosity” a very interesting variant of the Lion of the 6th Tank Regiment – (Dzieci Lwowskie)

    It is an unusual one (when compared with the “more often seen model – let’s call it version 1”) – this version 2 - has English “omegas” fastening and material seems to different too.

    I suspect that the version 1 of the Lion must have been made in Italy – but the version 2 – most likely when the regiment was posted to England in 1946.

    It could be a “similar” story as with some of badges of 1 Arm Divisions (1st and 2nd Tank, Dragoons etc ) – with version 1 made in England and version 2 in Germany.

    What do You think?

    Have You ever come across a similar version?
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    Gentlemen

    Here is my other 6th "Children of Lwow” Armoured Regiment Hat Badge - I hope I sold the right one.

    All the best

    James
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    11 Batalion Łączności Badges

    Gentlemen

    A nice group from 11th Signals Battalion. The collars are marked ALP
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    Very very nice James. Did you find them locally or on the web?

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    Very very nice James. Did you find them locally or on the web?
    Late one evening after too many glasses I placed a silly bid on a veteran's uniform on ebay and won it. As you can see the uniform had been dressed up like a Christmas tree. Hidden beneath everything were the 11th Signals Battalion badges. The question is what do I do with the jacket? It is an Ike dated 1951 so not truly period but the badges are. I don't know about the aigullettes. Only one pin so not a regular Adjutant's set. The service medals are correct but one missing - Merit Cross. I don't know about the veteran's medals but I have returned the bars to the Armed Forces Military Medal.
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