WW1 RAF Enlisted Cap Badge (Royal Air Force) - Aged
On April 1, 1918, the Royal Air Force (RAF) was formed with the amalgamation of the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) and the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS). This is the first pattern badge worn by enlisted men and was replaced soon after with the metal RAF badge.
- displaying with painting/photographs
- cap and hat restorers & replicators
- RAF collectors
- Reenactors and living history
- military badge collectors
- gifts and commemorations
This aged badge, is taken from an original (there were a few different versions). It is not your standard 'flat' inferior quality type, it is the correct thickness and uses mainly high quality velvet, cotton & paper.
It is 40mm wide, 65mm tall, 10mm thick and the crown is 7mm thick. The border is approximately 4mm wide.
The final picture compares our new badge and our aged badge.