WW2 British RAF Officers Cap Badge & Eagle - Between Wars into WW2 - Aged Condition
Reproduction & aged private purchase, inter-war, British Royal Air Force (RAF), Officers cap badge. Used from the founding of the RAF in WW1 to early WW2.
- Cap collectors
- RAF Historians
- Living history
- Cap restorers
- Badge Collectors
This badge has been copied from one of our original versions. It is not your standard cheap 'flat' copy, the crown measures a stunning 15mm tall, just like the originals. The crown is the WW2 Kings Crown and the badge is approx. 60mm tall by 60mm wide and the Crown is 15mm tall!
The eagle (or albatross), again is a pressed brass reproduction made from a private purchased original. It has 'LONDON' on the reverse and the detailing is extremely sharp compared to standard 'sand cast' copies.
Worn by British, American US Eagle Squadron, Australian, Belgium, Barbados, Canada, France, Ireland, Jamaica, Newfoundland, New Zealand, Rhodesia, South Africa pilots and officers.Poland and Czechoslovakia generally worn their own insignia.
The penultimate picture shows a comparison between the new version and our aged version and the last picture shows an original badge from this period.