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  1. Thank you all for your kind help and advice regarding my little rarity...very pleased to share this with you all ....now i just have to find the land version ...lol kind regards steve
  2. For your interest, comments always welcome . Thanks. Steve
  3. Cumann na mban 1917 female IRA members badge

    ..cheers interesting described as a collar ..but appears more like an issued lapel badge ..with the finer gold and silver versions being private purchase post 1916 badges ??
  4. Cumann na mban 1917 female IRA members badge

    Can one add any other pictures of it being worn !! Thanks for the additional pics 1916irishcollector.
  5. Hi, If anyone wishes to sell a single BWM or group to Belgium / French agent ; or spots one for sale I would very much appreciate the heads up . Please pm me . Many many thanks Steve
  6. Your Greek wings , look Persian to me , the early Greek wings have roses within the wreath, do you still have ?? Are any for sale .

    Thanks Steve

  7. Hi,

       If you decide to part with the RFC, please drop me a line as I collect WW1 aviation. Thanks Steve

    1. ccj


      I will sel or trade

    2. arrestanddevelopment


      Let me know what you are after and send front and rear photos please. Thanks Steve

    3. ccj


      Ok, I collect Imperial German WW1 and French WW1 items such as trousers, tunics, equipment, helmets, etc.

      I'll take photos

  8. Brunswick Waterloo Medal to Hussar Regt....help with research please

    Hi , thanks Owen , yes it would be nice !! spelling is clear up to the letter "K" in DENIC "K" E , but I am pretty sure it is HUSSAR HEINRICH DENICKE ....(thought surname could be DENICRE ,but with his main name being Germanic , I doubt this is correct ) so I think this one boils down to if anyone has the Brunswick Waterloo roll for the Hussar Regt ??? as that would confirm !! ..., wow and wouldn't it be a find if that's him !! hope someone would be able to confirm !! Thanks Steve
  9. Unidentified Japanese made pilot wings ..can anyone help ? :-)

    ...thanks Jareth , but still remains unidentified. It is not any known aviation insignia that I as a collector or other aviation collectors recognise. I still lean towards aviation school, or puppet state pilots wings....something will crop up eventually ! Thanks for the help folks ;-)
  10. Unidentified Japanese made pilot wings ..can anyone help ? :-)

    I truly doubt if this is a fantasy piece ,there is no logic in creating a one off wing out of original pieces , ie correct wartime star, no modern fibers , correct wartime backing paper and nice original aging to bullion , certainly not chemically aged. Just because it is unidentified I certainly wont be condemning to the bin !! cheers Steve
  11. Unidentified Japanese made pilot wings ..can anyone help ? :-)

    ...star is the same as pilots wings and backing paper same as other wings from japan......think this identification process will take a while lol cheers all !!
  12. Cuban Victory Medals

    yes just spotted the thread and thought I have one of them !! very interesting thread !! cheers steve
  13. Hello all, Trying to identify these wartime made wings, they have the same backing as other wartime Japanese cloth / bullion wings that I have seen...these originally came with a grouping of Japanese items from WW2 in a veterans estate clearance in the US....any help on identification would be appreciated. Thanks steve
  14. Cuban Victory Medals

    Thought I would post my example !! Official type I believe. regards steve
  15. Hi all, Recently bought a nice Brunswick Waterloo to HEINR .DENICKE or (Denicre, as wear on letter) Hussars regt. Just wondered if anyone had any info on him , or advice reference research etc..anything is much appreciated. Thanks Steve