Regimental Badges (woven silk issue) (50 different silks from the set of 85) c1915
Anstie Military & Armed Forces Regimental Badges (woven silk issue) (50 different silks from the set of 85) c1915 Regimental Badges (woven silk issue) (50 different silks from the set of 85) c1915 50 out of 85 - These silks are woven in colour with the badges of different regiments at the time of the First World War. Included are the Army Ordnance Corps, the Gloucestershire regiment, Hampshire Cyclist Battalion, Irish Fusiliers, Rifle Brigade Royal Army Medical Corps, Royal Engineers, the Yorkshire Regiment of the Princess of Wales’s Own, Royal West Kent, Royal Marine Light Infantry, Royal Flying Corps, Australian Commonwealth Military Forces etc. These silks vary in size, but most are around 61 x 32mm
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Regimental Badges (woven silk issue) (50 different silks from the set of 85) c1915

Issuer: Anstie Condition: Very Good to Excellent * These are original and NOT reprints Description: These silks are woven in colour with the badges of different regiments at the time of the First World War. Included are the Army Ordnance Corps, the Gloucestershire regiment, Hampshire Cyclist Battalion, Irish Fusiliers, Rifle Brigade Royal Army Medical Corps, Royal Engineers, the Yorkshire Regiment of the Princess of Wales’s Own, Royal West Kent, Royal Marine Light Infantry, Royal Flying Corps, Australian Commonwealth Military Forces etc. These silks vary in size, but most are around 61 x 32mm Number of cards in set: 50 out of 85 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

Price for part set: Only £100.00

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