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eMedals-Netherlands, Kingdom. Lot of 164 Army Insignia, c. 1945-1964

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Netherlands, Kingdom. Lot of 164 Army Insignia, c. 1945-1964

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Netherlands, Kingdom. Lot of 164 Army Insignia, c. 1945-1964

Includes: Anti-Aircraft Artillery, Field Artillery, Horse Artillery, Cavalry (Hussars), Chaplains, Commando Corps Troops, Court Martial Service, Engineers, Humanistic Adviser, Medical Corps, Mobile Defence Corps, Pay Corps, Quartermaster Corps, Signal Corps, Transport Corps, Women's Auxiliary Corps, Military Women's Department (Milva). Featuring various Cap Badges, Collar Tabs, Shoulder Titles, Rank Insignia, Breast Badges, Qualification Badges, Jacket Patches, Fobs, Lapel Badges, and Buttons. Most in brass, bronze, or white metal, three are embroidered, one of which is in bullion, two Chaplain insignia mounted to a black leather fob, eight-two of the Cap Badges and Collar Tabs with wool or cotton backers, in a variety colours, in various sizes, with lugs and pins, screwbacks, or prongs. Each is pinned, screwed or wired in place to a series of sixteen red-faced card-based boards, many of which are identified in silver-coloured ink below their respective positions. A few of the pieces are loose or coming away from the board. Ranging from very fine to extremely fine.
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