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Aviation insignia, probably RAF.

Article about: Hello all, I beleive, there are some experts in this forum, who coul help me to identify pictured items. The plane on the patch looks like Dakota to me, but I am not sure. As to the group of

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    Default Aviation insignia, probably RAF.

    Hello all,

    I beleive, there are some experts in this forum, who coul help me to identify pictured items.
    The plane on the patch looks like Dakota to me, but I am not sure. As to the group of eagles, when I tried to do some reserches, I discovered a huge number of those, worn on headgear, sleeves and shoulder boards by pilots of different countries during WWI and WWII, so I got lost in the ocean.
    Any comments will be much appreciated.

    Constantine.
    Aviation insignia, probably RAF.Aviation insignia, probably RAF.Aviation insignia, probably RAF.Aviation insignia, probably RAF.

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    Three bolt version is WW1 RAF cuff eagle.Darkened brass may be WW1 as well..hard to tell if maker mark is British. The bladed tends to be WW2 used on officers cap badge, the hollow one has been converted to pin back, probably for a partner...prob mid war.
    Regards steve

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    Steve, thank you very much for your reply.
    Darkened brass badge is Australian. Mark is: Miller&sons, Sydney.

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