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South African Corps Of Signals 1930-1952 with King's Crown. Bi-metallic Other Ranks' metal cap badge

South African Corps Of Signals 1930-1952 with King's Crown. Bi-metallic Other Ranks' metal cap badge

Reference: L5DL40

South African Corps Of Signals 1930-1952 Bi-metallic KC. Other Ranks' metal cap badge

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£ 16.00

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Data sheet

Construction Bi-metallic
Direction Facing Left - as seen by an observer.
Crown King's Crown: indicating the era 1902 - 1952.
Bibliography Guide Owen 1237

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For sale: South African Corps Of Signals 1930-1952 Bi-metallic Other Ranks' metal cap badge with King's Crown. Owen 1237

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  • Are fastenings included?

    We specialise in insignia for collectors and are not tailors or outfitters. Due to established practice and customer preference, our stock is sold without fastenings such as back-plates, clutch-grips, split pins (cotter pins) or shoulder shanks for screw-fit buttons, however these are (usually) available separately.

    Please bear in mind that many badges (such as cap badges with vertical 'slider' fittings) do not require these fastenings, and for many older badges, fittings such as a matching back-plate simply do not exist. With the exception of screw-fit buttons, uniform buttons are normally sewn onto uniforms with a needle and thread and do not usually need special fastenings.

    In the nature of dealing in original collectables, we buy our stock from a variety of sources.  Although we might have several examples of a badge or button in stock, they might have different fastenings.  We regard these as minor manufacturing variations and do not usually differentiate whether a cap badge has 'lugs' or a 'spike' or a 'slider' fastening, whether lugs are positioned 'north-south' or east-west' or whether a button has a 'fixed-shank' or a 'drop-shank'.
    If the type of fastening is important to you, please specify your preference in the 'comments' box of our online order form.

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