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Boy Scouts First Pattern Brass Arrowhead No Stars Lapel Badge 21mm.

A scarce original early pattern 'Boy Scouts lapel badge', small brass arrowhead with no stars, the reverse with cut out early round pattern buttonhole fitting and registration numbers "REGd 533263" a design and patent year of 1908. Very good condition.
Height 21mm.

Code: 57042Price: 75.00 GBP


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Boy Scouts Commissioner Unattached Officer's 1950 -1964 Hat Badge, Purple Plume.

A scarce original circa 1950 -1966 period example of an "Commissioner Unattached Officer's hat badge"; chromium plated arrowhead in circle bearing "Boy Scouts" motto scroll below. Very good clean condition, complete with original purple nylon plume, bobbles top and bottom and slider fitting to reverse.
Diameter 31mm.
Height with slider and plume 72mm.

Code: 57041Price: 35.00 GBP


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Boy Scouts Assistant Scoutmaster Officer's 1909 Pattern Lapel Badge, No Stars.

A scarce original 1909 pattern "Scoutmaster Officer's lapel badge", circular example inlaid with red enamel, bearing an arrowhead without stars and "Be Prepared" motto scroll in yellow enamel. Very good condition, retaining original horseshoe style buttonhole fitting, enamel perfect.
Diameter Approx 17mm.

Code: 57012Price: 45.00 GBP


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Boy Scouts Group Scoutmaster Unattached Officer's Silver Hat Badge by Collins London.

A very good example of an original circa 1920's "Group Scoutmaster Officer's hat badge", silver arrowhead in circle bearing "Be Prepared" motto scroll below; the reverse impressed 'Silver", maker's details "Collins London" and "Rd 535292" registered, design and patent number for 1909. Very good condition, no dents or distortions, complete with original green and white bristle plume, correct amount of bobbles top and bottom and two loop fittings with split pin, an excellent example.
Diameter 31mm.
Height with plume approx 49mm.

Code: 57011Price: 60.00 GBP


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Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts Fleur-de-Lys Service Dress Sleeve Badge.

A scarce original circa 1905 -1921 sheet brass SMALL pattern sleeve badge chosen by Colonel Baden-Powell when he introduced scouting in the Army whilst out in South Africa commanding the 5th Dragoon Guards circa 1897. The first official mention traced is in Army Order of 1905. This example was worn by Army Scouts 2nd Class. Very good condition, retaining original two loop fittings and split pin, minimal service wear.
Height 40mm.

The 'Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts' badge was abolished in 1921.

Code: 56970Price: 75.00 GBP


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Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts Fleur-de-Lys Tunic Sleeve Badge.

A scarce original circa 1905 -1921 sheet brass LARGE pattern sleeve badge chosen by Colonel Baden-Powell when he introduced scouting in the Army whilst out in South Africa commanding the 5th Dragoon Guards circa 1897. The first official mention traced is in Army Order of 1905. This example was worn by Army Scouts 2nd Class. Very good condition, retaining original two loop fittings and split pin.
Height 68mm.

The 'Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts' badge was abolished in 1921.

Code: 56969Price: 90.00 GBP


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Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts Fleur-de-Lys Tunic Sleeve Badge.

A very scarce original circa 1905 -1921 sheet white metal LARGE pattern sleeve badge chosen by Colonel Baden-Powell when he introduced scouting in the Army whilst out in South Africa commanding the 5th Dragoon Guards circa 1897. The first official mention traced is in Army Order of 1905. This example was worn by Army Scouts 1st Class possibly Volunteers. Very good condition, retaining original two loop fittings and split pin.
Height 84mm.

The 'Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts' badge was abolished in 1921.

Code: 56968Price:


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Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts Fleur-de-Lys Tunic Sleeve Badge.

A scarce original circa 1905 -1921 sheet brass LARGE pattern sleeve badge chosen by Colonel Baden-Powell when he introduced scouting in the Army whilst out in South Africa commanding the 5th Dragoon Guards circa 1897. The first official mention traced is in Army Order of 1905. This example was worn by Army Scouts 1st Class. Very good condition, retaining original two loop fittings and split pin.
Height 84mm.

The 'Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts' badge was abolished in 1921.

Code: 56967Price:


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Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts Fleur-de-Lys Service Dress Sleeve Badge.

A scarce original circa 1905 -1921 sheet brass SMALL pattern sleeve badge chosen by Colonel Baden-Powell when he introduced scouting in the Army whilst out in South Africa commanding the 5th Dragoon Guards circa 1897. The first official mention traced is in Army Order of 1905. This example was worn by Army Scout 1st Class. Very good condition, minimal service wear, retaining original two loop fittings and split pin.
Height 44mm.

The 'Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts' badge was abolished in 1921.

Code: 56966Price:


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Boy Scouts Fleur de Lys Swastika Silver Thanks Buttonhole Badge circa 1923-1936.

A rare original 'Boy Scouts unmarked silver buttonhole badge', integral fleur de lys on swastika. Excellent condition, complete with original buttonhole horseshoe fitting. Contained in a period cardboard box with details to the lid 'Mappin & Webb, 2, Queen Victoria St, London E.C.' Not sure of the connection if any.
Height 19mm.

The ancient 'Swastika symbol representing Happiness' was disassociated with in the mid 1930's in England.

Code: 56948Price: 280.00 GBP


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Baden-Powell Mafeking Boer War Patriotic Union Flag Photographic Celluloid Tin Button Badge.

A scarce original Boer War period 'Baden-Powell Mafeking celluloid tin button badge'; large example depicting a photographic image in army uniform of the hero of the Siege of Mafeking and founder of the Scout movement, superimposed on coloured 'Union Flag' background, the reverse with card insert with maker's details "Baldwin & Gleason Co Ltd. New York. Campaign Buttons And Badges PAT. Aug. 8, 1899". Very good condition, complete with pin fitting, minimal foxing, colour remains bright.
Diameter 31mm.

Code: 56947Price:


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Sea Scouts Tenderfoot & 2nd Class Blue Woven Cloth Uniform Badges, White Back.

A good original 'Boy Scouts Tenderfoot blue woven bound oval badge', red embroidered arrowhead with 'Boy Scouts' scroll, the reverse with white backing, together with a Boy Scouts Second Class blue woven bound badge' with 'Be Prepared' scroll and 'Boy Scouts'. Very good used condition, colours remain bright.

Code: 56932Price: 10.00 GBP


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Boy Scouts Scoutmaster Officer's 4th Pattern Lapel Badge.

A scarce original circa 1920's "Scoutmaster Officer's lapel badge", circular example inlaid with green enamel, bearing an applied bronze arrowhead with stars and "Be Prepared" motto scroll in yellow enamel, the reverse with maker's details "Collins London". Very good condition, retaining original horseshoe style buttonhole fitting, enamel perfect.
Diameter Approx 18mm.

Code: 56889Price: 10.00 GBP


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Boy Scouts Scoutmaster Officer's 1909 Pattern Lapel Badge, No Stars.

A scarce original 1909 pattern "Scoutmaster Officer's lapel badge", circular example inlaid with green enamel, bearing an arrowhead without stars and "Be Prepared" motto scroll in yellow enamel. Very good condition, retaining original horseshoe style buttonhole fitting, enamel perfect.
Diameter Approx 17mm.

Code: 56888Price:


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Boy Scouts Scoutmaster Officer's 2nd Pattern Silver Hat Badge 'Be Prepared' Scroll by Collins London.

A scarce original circa 1920's "Scoutmaster Officer's hat badge", silver arrowhead in circle bearing "Be Prepared" motto scroll below; the reverse impressed 'Silver", maker's details "Collins London" and registered, design and patent number "Rd 535292" for 1909. Fair condition, complete with original green bristle plume, correct amount of bobbles top and bottom (TOP FRACTURED & FRAGILE) and one flat loop (NOW ABSENT).
Diameter 31mm.
Height with plume approx 71mm.

Code: 56885Price: 20.00 GBP


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Boy Scouts Tenderfoot circa 1930's Khaki Ribbon Cloth Badge.

A scarce original circa 1930's 'Boy Scouts Tenderfoot khaki ribbon badge', red embroidered arrowhead with 'Boy Scouts' scroll, the reverse with brown backing. Good condition, a little fraying to left side, colours remain bright.
Size Approx 36 x 30mm.

Code: 56884Price: 15.00 GBP


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Boy Scouts '3rd Eastleigh Air Scouts Stripe' & 'Air Scouts Flash' Eagle Pair of Cloth Badges.

A scarce pair of 'Royal Air Force Recognised Boy Scouts badges', worn above the left pocket of the uniform; comprising a grey blue silk cloth oblong half bound, embroidered with yellow eagle over red 'Air Scouts' title. Good condition, minor fraying to corners, white backing partially detached, colour remains bright.
Approx 81 x 35mm.
Together with a red on navy '3rd Eastleigh Air Scouts' stripe. Very good codition.

Code: 56872Price: 30.00 GBP


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Boy Scouts Post 1967 Issue Medal of Merit, Badge & Lapel, Complete with Presentation Case.

A scarce original 'Boy Scout Medal of Merit', the reverse inscribed "D.W. Morris 4.11.72". Very good mint condition, retaining original silk ribbon and suspension bar with pin fittings, gilt remains bright, complete with its original presentation case, Medal of Merit badge and Boy Scouts buttonhole lapel badge.
Height approx 92mm.

Code: 56850Price: 45.00 GBP


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Boy Scouts circa 1928 1st Class Khaki Felt Cloth Badge.

A rare original circa 1928 short-lived 'Boy Scouts 1st Class badge'; large oval khaki felt cloth example, orangy red embroidered arrowhead 'Be Prepared' and 'Boy Scouts' scrolls, the reverse with black paper backing. Very good unused condition, colours remain bright.
Height approx 84mm.

Code: 56846Price: 75.00 GBP


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Boy Scouts Scoutmaster Officer's 2nd Pattern Silver Hat Badge 'Be Prepared' Scroll by Collins London.

A good example of an original circa 1920's "Scoutmaster Officer's hat badge", silver arrowhead in circle bearing "Be Prepared" motto scroll below; the reverse impressed 'Silver", maker's details "Collins London" and registered, design and patent number "Rd 535292" for 1909. Very good condition, no dents or distortions, complete with original green bristle plume, correct amount of bobbles top and bottom (slightly bent backwards) and two flat loop fittings with split pin, an excellent example.
Diameter 31mm.
Height with plume approx 63mm.

Code: 56837Price:

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