Royal Australian Corps of Signals hat badge. Jimmy, a two-piece badge, one in gold with Mercury in silver bearing a torch on top of a silver globe, the other a gold with crown, each in separate pieces.
The Royal Australian Corps of Military Police (RACMP) and the previous corps, the Royal Australian Army Provost Corps (RAA PRO) hat badge. The badges was introduced along with most other corps badges in 1949, and was brass with lugs until Australian 5368 dated 9 April 1969 changed badges to anodised aluminium (often mistakenly called plastic) with clutch pins. This badge is gold plated injection moulded alloys (usually worn with a red beret) secured with two clutch pins.
The sixth iteration, and rarest Australian Army ha tGeneral Service badge also called the Rising Sun badge, the only one to be issued without a crown as the main feature piece, substituted with a Federation Star. A smaller crown is overlaid over the star. Gilt metal with two press clasps.
Royal Australia Air Force cap/hat badge. Excellent reproduction of the RAAF post WW2 (current) badge. Current issue (post 1953) St Edward (Queens) Crown version in gold. The badge is secured by two posts and clutch pins.