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eMedals-Netherlands, Kingdom. Lot of 169 Armed Forces Insignia, c. 1865-1982

Item: M0400-12

Netherlands, Kingdom. Lot of 169 Armed Forces Insignia, c. 1865-1982

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Netherlands, Kingdom. Lot of 169 Armed Forces Insignia, c. 1865-1982

Includes: Animal Service, Artillery, Bomb Damage Clearance Service, Infantry, Medical Corps, Medical Service, Motor Service Corps, Multinational Force, Royal Military Academy, among others. Featuring three Armband Shields, along with various Collar Tabs, Collar Badges, Shako Plate, Shoulder Badges, Shoulder Straps, Epaulettes, Sleeve Insignia, Rank Insignia for Officers and Enlisted Men, Buttons, and a Pennant. The badges in brass, bronze, bronze gilt, or white metal, eight of which have enamels, the three Sleeves Badges in magnetic metal with black and white enamels, two of which have leather straps, one hundred and thirty-two items are embroidered, sixty of which are in bullion, seven of the Shoulder Straps with metal insignia affixed, thirteen in a braided format, in various sizes, with lugs and pins, screwbacks, or prongs. Each is pasted, pinned, screwed or wired in place to a series of twenty-two red-faced card-based boards, many of which are identified in silver-coloured ink below their respective positions. Also included is an unmounted 275 mm (w) x 195 mm (h) Artillery Pennant with bronze gilt crown and crossed cannons affixed on both sides and incorporating four black cotton ties. Chipping evident in the black enamels on two of the Armband Shields, with a few of the items coming away from their positions on the boards. Ranging from very fine to extremely fine.
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