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RAF No 229 O.C.U. Royal Air Force Operational Conversion Unit Badge circa 1950 by H.W.Miller.

A scarce original George VI period 'RAF No 229 O.C.U.' gilt and enamel badge, the centre depicting crossed sword and torch with Latin motto "Discendo Duces" (By Learning, You Will Lead); the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd Branston St B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel.
Height 33mm.

No 229 OCU 'RAF Leuchars Fife, Scotland' from the Vampire Flight of No 226 OCU on '15 December 1950' to train fighter pilots.

Code: 57615Price: 35.00 GBP


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Royal Air Force Station Cosford, Shropshire, RAF Badge circa 1950's.

A scarce original early Elizabeth II period 'Royal Air Force Station Cosford gilt and enamel badge' the centre displaying an Oak tree with Latin motto "Seul Le Premier Pas Coute" (Only the Beginning is Difficult); the reverse impressed with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, enamel perfect.
Height 34mm.

RAF Cosford was opened in 1938. In the Second World War No 12 Ferry Pool of the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) was formed there and it was once home to an important 'Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service' hospital.

Code: 57582Price: 35.00 GBP


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RAF No 109 Squadron Royal Air Force Badge circa 1953 by H.W.Miller.

A scarce original short-lived Elizabeth II period 'RAF No 109 Squadron gilt and enamel badge', depicting a Panther and Latin motto "Primi Hastati" (The first of the legion), the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd Branston St B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, gilt finish remains bright, an excellent example.
Height 34mm.

RAF No 109 Squadron was reformed on October 1945 and was finally disbanded on 1 February 1957 at RAF Binbrook.

Code: 57552Price:


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RAF No 46 Battle of Britain Squadron Royal Air Force Badge circa 1950's by H.W.Miller.

A scarce original early Elizabeth II period 'RAF No 46 Battle of Britain Squadron gilt and enamel badge', depicting three arrowheads and motto "We Rise To Conquer", the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, gilt finish remains bright, an excellent example.
Height 34mm.

Code: 57488Price: 35.00 GBP


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336 SKV DET KONGELIGE NORSKE FLYVAPEN, Royal Norwegian Air Force No 336 Squadron Badge.

A rare original post-war circa 1949 period 'Royal Norwegian Air Force No 336 Squadron badge'; fine quality silver plated translucent enamelled example depicting a swallow in flight and motto "Samhold Og Styrke". Very good condition, complete with single screw post fitting and nut, enamel perfect.
Height 30mm.

Royal Norwegian Air Force No 336 SKV squadron was formed at Gardermoen Norway in 1949. From 1952 the squadron went back to the two-letter marking '336 PX'

Code: 57427Price: 80.00 GBP


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RAF No 72 Battle of Britain Squadron Royal Air Force Badge circa 1950's by H.W.Miller.

A scarce original early Elizabeth II period 'RAF No 72 Battle of Britain Squadron gilt and enamel badge', depicting a swift in flight and motto "Swift", the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, gilt finish remains bright, an excellent example.
Height 34mm.

RAF No 72 Battle of Britain Squadron nicknamed 'Basutoland'. acquired when the 'Basutoland Protectorare' (now known as Lesotho) during the First World War and the Second World War donated aircraft to Royal Air Force which were assigned to No. 72 Squadron.

Code: 57424Price: 40.00 GBP


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RAF No 141 Battle of Britain Squadron Royal Air Force Badge circa 1940's by H.W.Miller.

A scarce original King George VI period 'Royal Air Force No 141 Squadron gilt and enamel badge', depicting a leopard's head and Latin motto "Caedimus noctu" (We slay by night), the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd Branston St B'Ham.18". Good condition, retaining original pin fittings, enamel perfect, gilt worn back to base brass.
Height 33mm.

Code: 57423Price: 60.00 GBP


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RAF No 1 Air Navigation School Royal Air Force Badge circa 1940's by H.W.Miller.

A good original circa 1940's 'No 1 Air Navigation School Royal Air Force gilt and enamel badge', depicting the Orion star constellation and with motto "Seek the Way", the reverse with maker's details "H.W. Miller Ltd Branston St B'Ham 18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, gilt remains bright.
Height 33mm.

Code: 57408Price: 35.00 GBP


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RAF No 230 Squadron Royal Air Force Badge circa 1950's by H.W.Miller.

A scarce original early Elizabeth II period 'RAF No 230 Squadron' gilt and enamel badge, depicting a tiger in front of a palm tree with Malay motto "Kita chari jauh" (We search far), the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, gilt finish remains bright, an excellent example.
Height 34mm.

Code: 57374Price:


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RAF No 151 Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force Badge by Birmingham Medal Company.

A rare original King George VI pre-war 'Battle of Britain' period 'RAF No 151 Squadron gilt and enamel badge', depicting an owl, wings elevated, alighting on a seax and French motto "Foy pour devoir" (Fidelity unto duty.), the reverse with unusual maker's details :BMCo" (Birmingham Medal Co pre-1939). Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, enamel perfect.
Height 33mm.

'RAF No 151 Squadron was active between 4 Aug 1936 -10 Oct 1946.
'Birmingham Medal Company' was formed around 1921. In 1939 their name changed to 'Birmingham Medal and Badge Co'.

Code: 57373Price: 60.00 GBP


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RAF No 111 Battle of Britain Fighter Squadron Royal Air Force Badge, circa 1940's.

A scarce original King George VI period 'Royal Air Force No 111 Battle of Britain Squadron gilt and enamel badge', depicting a ' saltire cross the centre with three seaxes, superimposed over crossed swords' and Latin motto "Adstantes" (Standing by), the reverse unmarked but bearing all the characteristics of a H.W.Miller Ltd example. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, gilt finish remains bright.
Height 33mm.

RAF No 111 Squadron was one of the top scorers of the war with 269 aircraft claimed to have been shot down. It was disbanded in 1947 and was not reactivated until 1953.

Code: 57311Price: 60.00 GBP


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RAF No 208 Squadron Royal Air Force Badge circa 1950's by H.W.Miller.

A scarce original early Elizabeth II period 'RAF No 208 Squadron' gilt and enamel badge, depicting a Sphinx with motto "Vigilant", the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, gilt finish remains bright, an excellent example.
Height 34mm.

Code: 57238Price: 35.00 GBP


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RAF No 540 Photoreconnaissance Squadron Royal Air Force Badge circa 1940's by H.W.Miller Ltd.

A very scarce original King George VI period 'RAF No 540 Squadron gilt and enamel badge', the centre bearing a mosquito with Latin motto "Sine qua non" (Indispensable), the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd Branston St B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retainig original pin fittings, enamel perfect, gilt remains bright.
Height 33mm.

RAF No 540 (Photoreconnaissance) Squadron Royal Air Force was formed on the 19th October 1942 from eliements of no.1 Photo Reconnaissance Unit. Operating the fast De Havilland Mosquito twin engined aircraft it undertook missions over Norway Germany and occupied Europe and with a Flight based at RAF Gibraltar covered the south of France and Algeria. Following D-Day the Squadron moved to France and contined PR operations. Following the end of the war the Squadron was disbanded at RAF Benson Oxfordshire on the 30th September 1946. It was reformed on the 1st December 1947, for the same role and again with mosquito aircraft, in 1950 it converted to the English Electric Canberra jet aircraft. The Squadron was disbanded for a final time on the 31st March 1956.

Code: 57237Price: 120.00 GBP


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RAF No 1 Air Signallers School Royal Air Force Badge circa 1940's by Emblems Ltd, 15 /19 Kingsway, London, W.C.2.

A scarce original King George VI period 'RAF No 1 Air Signallers School gilt and enamel badge', depicting a radio lightning bolt symbol across an open book, with Latin motto "Discite Vigilare", the reverse with maker's details "Emblems Ltd, 15 /19 Kingsway, London, W.C.2". Good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, minor wear to gilt finish.
Height 30mm.

Code: 57212Price:


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RAF No 53 Squadron Royal Air Force Badge circa 1940's by H.W.Miller Ltd.

A scarce original King George VI period 'RAF No 53 Squadron gilt and enamel badge', the centre bearing a thistle over saltire with motto "United in Effort", the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd Branston St B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retainig original pin fittings, enamel perfect, gilt remains bright.
Height 33mm.

Code: 57189Price:


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RAF Aircraft Torpedo Development Unit Badge circa 1940's by H.W.Miller Ltd.

A scarce original King George VI period 'Royal Air Force Aircraft Torpedo Development Unit gilt and enamel badge', depicting a torpedo and wings with motto "Science conquers", the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd Branston St B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, enamel perfect, gilt finish remains bright, an excellent example.
Height 33mm.

The Aircraft Torpedo Development Unit was established by the Air Ministry at Gosport, Hampshire in 1921 to undertake the development of aerial torpedoes and mines, the means of carrying and delivering them from aircraft. It worked exclusively for the Air Ministry until 1942, when control passed to the Ministry of Aircraft Production and it thereafter carried out work both for the Royal Air Force Force and the Royal Naval Air Service. The unit was passed to the Ministry of Supply control in 1946.

Code: 57171Price:


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RAF No 84 Squadron Royal Air Force Badge circa 1950's by H.W.Miller.

A scarce original early Elizabeth II period 'RAF No 84 Squadron' gilt and enamel badge, depicting a Scorpion with Latin motto "Scorpiones pungunt" (Scorpions sting), the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, gilt finish remains bright, an excellent example.
Height 34mm.

Code: 57121Price: 25.00 GBP


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RAF No 13 Squadron Royal Air Force Badge circa 1950's by H.W.Miller.

A scarce original early Elizabeth II period 'RAF No 13 Squadron' gilt and enamel badge, depicting a lynx's head in front of a dagger with Latin motto "Adjuvamus tuendo" (We assist by watching), the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel, gilt finish remains bright, an excellent example.
Height 34mm.

RAF No 13 Squadron during WW2 operated the light bombers the Bristol Blenheim and Douglas Boston in the Mediterranean theatre. In the post war years it saw service during the the 1956 'Suez Crisis' flying the Canberra and later the first Gulf War when it flew the Tornado GR.1A aircraft.

Code: 57120Price: 25.00 GBP


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RAF No 175 Squadron, Royal Air Force Badge circa 1940's by H.W.Miller Ltd, Birmingham.

A rare original George VI period 'RAF No 175 Squadron gilt and enamel badge', the centre bearing a Bull's Head' and with motto "Stop at Nothing", the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, enamel perfect, gilt remains bright, an excellent example.
Height 33mm.

RAF No.175 Squadron was formed at Warmwell in 1942 and disbanded in 1945.

Code: 57072Price:


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RAF No 234 (Madras Presidency) Battle of Britain Fighter Squadron Royal Air Force Badge, circa 1940's by H.W.Miller.

A rare original circa 1939 - 1946 period 'Royal Air Force No 234 (Madras Presidency) Battle of Britain Squadron gilt and enamel badge', depicting a 'Dragon rampant flames issuing from the mouth' and Latin motto "Ignem mortemque despuimus" (We spit fire and death), the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd B'Ham.18". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, enamel perfect, gilt finish remains bright, an excellent example.
Height 33mm.

RAF No.234 Squadron was formed at RAF Leconfield in 1939 and in 1946 it was disbanded and renumbered RAF No 266 Squadron.

Code: 57071Price:

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