Expertly framed collection of current RAAC hat badges: Within the Corps the following is the accepted order of precedence of regiments: 1st Armoured Regiment, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, 1st/15th Royal New South Wales Lancers, 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry), 4th/19th Prince of Wales’s Light Horse Regiment, 12th/16th Hunter River Lancers, B Squadron, 3rd/4th Cavalry Regiment, A Squadron, 3rd/9th Light Horse (South Australian Mounted Rifles) and A Squadron, 10th Light Horse. The collection is professionally mounted in a black/silver wood moulding frame, utilising black suede mats.
The ideal remembrance lapel symbol, in striking gold and enamels, this badge is appropriate for two commemorations, ANZAC Day (uniquely Australia and New Zealand) and Remembrance Day (all Commonwealth countries). In Australia, the sprig of Rosemary is associated with Anzac Day in Australia, while in New Zealand, the Poppy is the symbol for remembrance on all occasions. Worn correctly, the poppies have leaves that point to 11 o'clock. The badge measures 30mm high and 20mm wide. It's affixed by a single clutch pin.
The ideal gift for someone with some time up, and who appreciates the sacrifices made to serve your country. Perfect for the man cave, the den, the shed, mess hall or ESO. The Battle School Credo, originally a small metal sign on the fence at the Battle School HQ in Tully QLD (now the Combat Training Centre - Jungle Training Wing) precision-framed, with the hat badge of your choice. The completed frame measures 600x550mm, ready to hang in your home, office, hall or shed. The quote is attributed to Brigadier George Mansford AO. Each of these frames is painstakingly hand-made and finished so please allow at least 3-4 weeks for design and creation plus a week to ten days for freight. Freight is generally between $35 and $65 on these items, depending on your location.
Lapel badge, featuring a high-quality die-struck emblem representing the three services with a distinctive Gallipoli feel to the badge. The words 'Lest We Forget' across the bottom scroll ribbon, the badge is die-struck brass and plated in antique gold. Secured by a single clutch pin, top rear of badge. This high quality gold badge is sought after as a fund raiser in quantities for associations, sub-branches and ex-service organisations world-wide. The badge measures 25mm in diameter, small enough for lapel wear and large enough to make a statement.
Fully custom created raised, recessed in full 3D gold-plated cufflinks with enamel infill. Made with its own unique die then stamped into brass and plated in quality gold. Small in size for understated effect, these quality RP cufflinks are a perfect addition to any mess kit, or business shirt. Sold in pairs.
Solid custom-made wooden military desk name plate in a polished woodgrain finish, with your choice of plate colour; white, silver, gold or copper. The base is felt to protect the desk surface. May also be ordered with a digitally-printed crest with service number and name. These are very popular deskplates. Ideal posting gift.
High-quality, neoprene backed custom mouse mats, with vibrant colours, and they'll keep your mouse dust-free and provide a great working surface. Decorate your desk at home or the office with your service details and regimental badge, perhaps your favourite photo, or even a less-than-subtle warning message for anyone who comes within cooee of your computer.
Personalised Stubby Holders: The flat Velcro cooler is really useful.; it keeps your drinks cool - and still fits in your back pocket, glove box, or whenever you need to stash it! The Velcro wrap will fit both cottles and cans. Your cooler can be printed with as many colours as you like; even with full colour photos and your name and service details. Cam backgrounds are popular - DPCU, DPDU and DPNU. These velcro-wrap coolers make great promotional items, as well as superb gifts for birthdays, reunions, and events - ideal for that someone who has everything!
Print size: Approximately 21cm x 11.5cm. Close with a velcro wrap.
If you submit images that are too square (for wrap around) or wide for our format we will crop the image sensibly. Please inform us what you would prefer. However please understand that we will print what is given to us with no adjustments except at our discretion to help achieve best results.
Prices includes full colour print and personalising.
Australian Coat of Arms: Brilliantly reproduced emblem of the Commonwealth of Australia, rendered in bright gold with full colour enamel infill. Each badge measures approximately 55mm wide x 40mm high and is perfect as an accoutrement for a service frame or family honour board - or anywhere else you want to make an Australian statement. Solid metal piece with clutch pins.
The complete set of seven, General Service (Rising Sun) Badges of the Australian Army, from the Boer War through to the present day issue. Plus! As an option, the unofficial but often worn Camel Corps badge of WW1! The collection comprises the 1902 first and second badges, the 1904 third iteration, Camel Corps badge (if ordered as a $18 option), 1949, 1956, 1969 and 1991 badges; all perfect full-size exact metal replicas to parade standard, mounted in a craftsman-built frame with Australia's Coat of Arms and badges descriptions. The frame is black and gold, with double-matted cream over gold and a green backing. Pack and post on this item needs to be confirmed, but is generally between $45 and $70 including fuel levies (sorry no, frames do not qualify for free shipping).This is not an 'off the shelf' bunch of poor Chinese copies thrown into a mass-produced rubbish frame bought at a $2 shop - it is a custom-designed, made-to-order, hand-crafted framed collection of exquisite reproduction badges. A real quality highlight for your club or sub-branch foyer wall, mess, school, or hall or a magic addition to your office, study or den.Please note: The bottom gold plate can be custom-made to include rank, name and service details for end-of-posting functions or as awards.
The World War 1 Silver War Badge. Authorised 12 September 1916, for men and women who were invalided out of the services having sustained a wound or contracted illness or disability in the course of the conflict. It applied to invalided WWI soldiers, sailors and airmen whether they were at a theatre of war or at home. They were individually numbered, on the reverse side. The badge was worn on civilian clothes to avoid harrassment by other citizens pursuing them with white feathers (a sign of cowardice, and generally reserved for those who refused to serve). It is a brooch mounted circular badge with the crowned royal cypher in the centre, surrounded by a circular inscription "For king and empire" and "Services rendered." This nickel reproduction is exact in every detail and is secured by two clutch pins.