Genuine WW2 TELCOM Cable & Wirelss Personnel

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Price: £ 135 plus P&P
Phone number or contact details andy_p0939@hotmail.com
Added 2019-12-08 20:56:20
Created by Andy Plewa (136)

Description

Another Item from eBay Seller 2747andy.
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A Scarce and 100% Genuine, World War 2, c.1944 Oxidised Silver, "TELCOM" Cap Badge, worn by Cable and Wirless Personnel. In Superb Used and Tarnished Condition. Original lug fittings intact!

Maker Marked "J.R.GAUNT LONDON".

 

Measures Approx 33 x 42 mm.


A SUPERB 100% Genuine Example!


Postage will be "At Cost" with 50p for Packing. See link to "Price Finder" in FAQ's  for Royal Mail Prices. No extra Postal Charges for additional items depending on overall total.

Specific details

Metal Insignia Item Specifics: Genuine, Silvered, Lug Fittings, United Kingdom, World War 2(1939-45)
Condition Used (An item that has been previously used. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections).
Type Other Ranks
Regiment Type Other

Location


Porthcawl, CF36 5BJ

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