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AUSTRALIAN BADGES : ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY BADGES
Lot
Description
Status
473
RAN COMMENDATION BADGE IN GOLD WITH MINIATURE IN BOX OF ISSUE. Grade II+
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
474
RAN SUBMARINER QUALIFIED BREAST BADGE. Full size. (post 2000). Gilt and enamel. Clutch grip. Grade II+
 SOLD at A$30
475
AUST/GB SUBMARINER'S SHIRT SIZE BADGE. Gilt & En. QC. Clutch grip. Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
476
C/1912-1930 ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY BANDSMANS HELMET PLATE. Large brass star. K/C. 2 x lugs. Rare. Grade II- (P)
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
477
WW2 RAN OFFICERS HAT BADGE. K/C metal war economy type. Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
478
WW2 RAN HAT BADGE FOR CHIEF PETTY OFFICER. K/C. Gilt, all metal war economy type.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
479
WW2 MERCHANT NAVY OFFICERS HAT BADGE. Black wool background with gilt + bullion embroidery. Anchor to centre. Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
480
WW2 RAN C PO HAT BADGE. K/C war economy gilt and W/M. Nice example. Grade II (P)
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
481
WW2 RAN OFFICER HAT BADGE. Wartime economy. K/C. Gilt. Near mint condition. Grade II+ (P)
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
482
C.1940'S-50'S SAILING CLUB HAT BADGE. Gilt and enamel. RAN officer style wreath with enamel flag "LSC" and anchors (Chips to enamel, mainly to the flag. 2 x lugs. Marked "Stokes" on reverse. Rare. Grade III+
 SOLD at A$65
483
C/ 1930-42 RAN BANDSMAN'S HAT BADGE FOR VISOR CAP. K/C, brass, 2x lugs. Heavily polished. Grade III+ (P)
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
484
AUST/GB Post 1953 Hat Badge for CPO/Warrant Officer. Q/C. Bullion Embroided. Grade II-.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
485
RAN HAT BADGE FOR PETTY OFFICER. Q/C. Bullion. Grade II+
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
486
CURRENT RAN SLOUCH HAT BADGE FOR OTHER RATINGS. Q/c, blue painted. Slider reverse. Grade II+
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
487
RAN WW2 OFFICERS CAP BADGE, KC bullion, small type, still attached to its mohair cap band, little service wear Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
488
WW2 RAN PETTY OFFICER'S HAT BADGE. K/C. All metal on wool backing. Grade II
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
489
PRE WW2 RAN PETTY OFFICER'S BULLION HAT BADGE. KC. Grade II
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
490
WW2 MERCHANT NAVY OFFICER'S CUFF RANK (PAIR). Certified third engineer and second refrigerating officer. Cut from tunic. Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
491
RAN SLIP-ON RANK OF WARRANT OFFICER, pair for shirt grade I.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
492
RAN CAMO RANK SLIP-ONS FOR LEADING SEAMAN, for Aus-Cam Grade I.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
493
RAN CAMO RANK SLIP ONS FOR LEADING SEAMAN, pair for Aus-Cam Grade I.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
494
RAN CAMO RANK SLIP ONS FOR CHIEF PETTY OFFICER (without out crown on wreath) possibly acting, for Aus Cam. Grade I.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
495
RAN CAMO RANK SLIP ONS FOR WARRANT OFFICER, pair for Aus Cam. Grade I.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
496
RAN CAMO RANK SLIP-ON'S FOR MIDSHIPMAN, for Aus-Cam grade I.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
497
RAN CAMO RANK SLIP-ON'S FOR LIEUTENANT, pair for Aus-Cam grade I.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
498
RAN CAMO RANK SLIP-ON'S FOR LIEUTENANT, pair for Aus-Cam grade I.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
499
RAN SLIP ON RANK OF SUB-LIEUTENANT, pair for shirt. Grade I.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
500
RAN CAMO RANK SLIP-ON'S FOR SUB-LIEUTENANT, pair for Aus-Cam grade I.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
501
1948, RAN AIRCRAFT HANDLER 2nd/3rd CLASS RATING PATCH. Red thread embroidered on black felt. Damage to top and bottom edges of patch. Grade III+
 SOLD at A$10
502
1948 RAN RATINGS PATCH TO NAVAL AIRMAN MECHANIC 'ENGINES'. Red emb. on black wool, linen backing. 1x small moth nip to wool near aircraft wing, o/w in good condition. Grade II-
 SOLD at A$10
503
1923-1948, RAN RATINGS BADGE, MOTOR MECHANIC. Red thread on black wool, material backing. Un-issued nice patch. Grade II+
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
504
1958 RAN RATING PATCH, NAVAL AIR MECHANIC 1st CLASS (AIRFRAME AND ENGINES). Red thread on black wool material backing. Nice example. Grade II
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
505
RAN 1958 RAN RATING PATCH, LEADING AIR MECHANIC (AIRFRAMES & ENGINES). Red thread on black wool, nip to bottom edge. Removed from display board. Nice example.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
506
1956-, RAN, RATING PATCH, NAVAL AIR MECHANIC (AIRFRAME & ENGINES) 2ND CLASS. Red thread on black wear, partials backing fabric o/a in good condition.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
507
RAN CHAPLAINS SLIP-ON RANK c1990's issue but obsolete type (thinner cross) pair for shirt grade I.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
508
C.WW2 ORIGINAL RAN TALLY BAND AND ACCOMPANYING PHOTOGRAPHS OF HMAS AUSTRALIA (II) (84). 1927-1954. Full length original tally band. Two original b/w photographs of HMAS Australia at dock, both 21 x 16cm. One 18 x 11cm shot (a very nice view). In original period 'bubble' frame. HMAS Australia (184/D84/C01) was a County-class heavy cruiser of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). One of two Kent-subclass ships ordered for the RAN in 1924, Australia was laid down in Scotland in 1925, and entered service in 1928. Apart from an exchange deployment to the Mediterranean from 1934 to 1936, during which she became involved in the planned British response to the Abyssinia Crisis, Australia operated in local and South-West Pacific waters until World War II began. The cruiser remained near Australia until mid 1940, when she was deployed for duties in the Eastern Atlantic, including hunts for German ships and participation in Operation Menace. During 1941, Australia operated in home and Indian Ocean waters, but was reassigned as flagship of the ANZAC Squadron in early 1942. As part of this force (which was later redesignated Task Force 44, then Task Force 74), Australia operated in support of United States naval and amphibious operations throughout South-East Asia until the start of 1945, including involvement in the battle at the Coral Sea and Savo Island, the amphibious landings at Guadalcanal and Leyte Gulf and numerous actions during the New Guinea campaign. She was forced to withdraw for repairs following a series of kamikaze attacks during the invasion of Lingayen Gulf. The prioritisation of shipyard work in Australia for British Pacific Fleet vessels saw the Australian cruiser sail to England, where she was at the end of the war. During the late 1940s, Australia served with the British Commonwealth Occupation Force in Japan and participated in several port visits to other nations, before being retasked as a training ship in 1950. The cruiser was decommissioned in 1954 and sold for scrapping in 1955. Source-Wikipedia online. Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
509
WW2 ORIGINAL TALLY BAND "HMAS Albatross" full length but tatty and torn in a few places. Grade III-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
510
HMAS HARMON TALLY BAND. Full length as removed from cap. Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
511
POST WW2 TALLYBAND "HMAS PLATYPUS". Removed from cap. Grade II-.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
512
WWI C.1913-25 LARGE RAN GILT BRASS GREAT COAT BUTTON (lazy anchor type). 28mm. Grade II
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
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