Military Medals, Badges, Patches
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WW2 Russian Defence of Leningrad Medal and CertificatePriceAU$125.00
2nd 14th Light Horse QMI scarce discarded pattern Beret badgePriceAU$65.00
Waffen SS Volunteer British Freikorps (repro)PriceAU$30.00
NSDAP / Nazi Armband (repro)PriceAU$27.00
WW2 German Army GrossDeutschland Division bundle (repro)PriceAU$79.00
Waffen SS LAH Bundle (Repro)PriceAU$63.00
WW2 Japanese Army Rank Collar TabsPriceAU$37.00
Australian Army slouch hat pugaree RAOCPriceAU$15.00
6 RAR patch collection Aus and NZ battle group Iraq / Afghan eraPriceAU$47.00
Australian Army patch bundlePriceAU$35.00
DCPU Desert brassard, rank slide and Rising Sun patchPriceAU$60.00
Major DCPU rank slide pair and rising sun patchPriceAU$12.00
SGT DCPU rank slide pair and rising sun patchPriceAU$12.00
W02 DCPU rank slide pair and rising sun patchPriceAU$12.00
DCPU WO1 rank slide pair in original pack and rising sun patchPriceAU$12.00
DCPU unissued in bag Aus patch, rank slide pair and rising sun patchPriceAU$20.00
Australian Army badge bundle 3PriceAU$35.00
Australian Army Badge Bundle 2PriceAU$35.00
Desert DCPU patches and rank slidePriceAU$30.00
Australian Army RAINF / Infantry Badge and Patch BundlePriceAU$55.00
Military Medals, Badges and Patches for Sale
The heraldry of war takes many forms and also reflects the culture, values and style of the military from which they come.
Some medals for valour are quite rare and expensive (e.g. Victoria Cross, higher levels of the Iron / Knights Cross, Military Cross etc), whilst other more general service medals can be relatively common and reflect the millions who served in wars (but these are still of great significance representing the story, sacrifice and service of many common soldiers).
It’s often nice actually for the rarer medals for valour to not reside within private collections, but to be displayed in public museums for all to see (as is the case with many Australian VC’s being displayed in the Australian War Memorial). There are however many great private collections where the medals continue to spark conversations about the sacrifices and deeds that they represent.
Badges and patches are also in myriad forms, styles and also languages representing the many different armies, corps and unit types around the world.