This is a wonderful, interesting and collectable item for any badge Enthusiasts. R: Badge 1708/1-20/ 183. Any attempt to use this patch in an official police officer capacity will be prosecuted by local, state, and federal authorities and is strictly prohibited.
Honestly.I have no idea what this is. It was found in a button box that belonged to my Great Great Gran. This was with buttons from a world war 1 naval captain coat that my Great Great Grandfather wore then.
No1 Dress trousers. Yellow with a blue stripe. They do seem to have age to them. These are a very interesting pair of trousers. The is the reminiscence of a label, all we can make out is Royal A, and 1910, possibly a date?.
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Portugal had adopted the Mills webbing early in 1913, a very similar variant of the British pattern 08 webbing, and this was the main equipment used by the Portuguese troops sent to Flanders during World War One.
The Wolseley Pith Helmet was originally issued to British troops serving in Africa and the middle east from 1899 to 1942. The Wolseley helmet has been used in the battle of Omdurman to Palastine 1942 but it's more associated with the Gallipoli campaign and the inter war years in India.
Patriotic Medallion pendant from the time of the 1st World War. Art Nouveau Medallion metal, gold soldered to iron cross with Crown, W and the year 1914. Art Medallion. Very interesting for collectors also the two remaining are original photos from the period, showing a soldier and a lady, probably his wife.