2x badges, 2x labels, 2x seals.
Badge: A pair of qualification badges, tacked together near the base, for a Chief Petty Officer Survey Recorder of the Royal Navy, being a tombstone shape of dark blue wool on which embroidered in red an Imperial (King's) crown above a Sextant / triangular-shaped survey instrument. In the opposing top uncut corners the figure 90A embroidered in red.
Label 1: Small red-printed label, Admiralty Duplicate Pattern, Patt. No.: (N.90A - scored through) 32113 written in; V/TA - 16/81 31.8.1949.
Reverse: Selected by: Stamp - J. Thompson, oval stamp - Technical Examining Officer / Roche Court Fareham, 28 Oct 1948.
Seal 1: Large lead disc on one side of which S.A above a Broad Arrow, on the other side a figure 2 within a circle just discernible.
Label 2: Standard Pattern No.: V32113, Specification No.: UK/SC/4981, Catalogue No.: 8455-99-416-4541; Designation: Badge Qual Survey Recorder CPO ERB [Embroidered Red on Blue]; 'Supplies shall differ from this Pattern in the following respects:-'Crown to be St. Edward'; Approved: (initials), Date sealed: 1/10/92; Stamped: RESEALED.
Seal 2: Small lead disc on one side of which the figure 8.