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  • button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 3273

    cap strap button, card, seal button: the Royal Arms card: headed Cat. No. (1020, 901 deleted) CA 2233; inscribed, Standard (Working deleted) Pattern No. 4 P.3671B Button, Rl Arms, Cap. gilding metal Supply to differ from this sample in the following...

  • button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 1674

    cap strap button, card, seal tHICK CARD LABEL: MS, TOP: r(?) MSB4331 Cat No 1020 ("1020" scored through, 901 written in) CA2233 (button) ms: Working Pattern No. 2 ("Working" over-stamped STANDARD) P. 3671B Button, Rl. Arms, Cap...

  • button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    (uniforms and insignia) Made by: Firmin & Sons Ltd, London1 1933

    INS 1460

    button, card, seal button: the Royal Arms card: headed Cat. (1919 deleted) CB 9934 & MSB 4332; stamped Standard (Working Pattern 2 and Duplicate both deleted); handwitten inscription No. 2036C 191 Buttons, Rl Arms, Large Gilding Metal This pattern...

  • button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 3282

    cap strap button, card, seal button: the Royal Arms card: headed Cat. No. (1020, 901 deleted) CA 2233 & MSB 4331; inscribed, Standard (Working deleted) Pattern No. 5 P.3671B Button, Rl Arms, Cap. gilding metal Supply to differ from this sample in the...

  • button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    (uniforms and insignia) Made by: Buttons Limited Birmingham

    INS 3278

    button, card, seal button: the Royal Arms card: headed CA 2234 & MSB 4332 Standard Pattern No. 2036C; inscribed, Buttons, Royal Arms Large. GM.; signed AB Arding seal: the shield of the Arms of the Board of Ordnance encircled Chief Inspector

  • badge, standard pattern, grenadier (?)

    badge, standard pattern, grenadier (?)

    (uniforms and insignia) 1906

    INS 3503

    badge, backing plate, split pin, card, 3 seals badge: a flaming grenade card: stamped Standard No. 6479/1906; inscribed (Badge Arm, deleted) Grenade Gilding Metal with plate & pin. Universal Service Dress. 20 gauge. For quality see 4480/1897 &...

  • button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    (uniforms and insignia) Made by: C H C & S Ltd, Birmingham

    INS 3272

    button, card, seal button: the Royal Arms card: headed CA 2233 Royal Army Clothing Department Pattern No. 3671B Standard Buttons:- Royal Arms GM Cap; dated 15/10/02; signed AB Arding seal: the shield of the Arms of the Board of Ordnance encircled Chief...

  • button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    (uniforms and insignia) Made by: Firmin & Sons Ltd, London1

    INS 3276

    button, card, seal button: the Royal Arms card: headed Inspectorate of Clothing Ministry of Supply Pattern No. 2036C Cat No. CA 2234 MSB 4332 Standard (stamped over Working) Pattern; inscribed, Buttons, Royal Arms Large Gilding Metal seal: the shield of...

  • button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    button, standard pattern, General Service pattern

    (uniforms and insignia) Made by: W.L.M. Ltd Birmingham

    INS 3271

    button, card, seal button: the Royal Arms card: headed CA 2233 MSB 4331 Royal Army Clothing Department Pattern No. 3671B Standard Buttons:- Royal Arms GM Cap; signed AB Arding seal: the shield of the Arms of the Board of Ordnance encircled Chief Inspector

  • 7 x 43 : [GB] ; .280/30 inch British, ball, type AA

    7 x 43 : [GB] ; .280/30 inch British, ball, type AA

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Royal Ordnance Factory, Radway Green (GB & Cheshire) 1950

    SAA 630

    British post war contender for NATO adoption, chambered in the EM2 rifle (see FIR). Although the .280 or 7mm was an excellent round (the .280/.30 was a developmental modification to use the same case head size as the American .30 cartridge), it was not...

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