Items in ANZAC Ephemera Category
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“Our Boys” Boomerang Shaped Pin and Ribbon

Click image to enlarge Interesting thin metal gilded pin in the shape of a boomerang and embossed with: “OUR BOYS” Boomerang is about 55mm wide with an attached suspension. This one has a tri-colour ribbon through the suspension and a

1916 Adelaide Navy Day Medallion

Click image to enlarge Thin uniface pressed metal medallion with suspension 29mm in diameter and weighing 2.23g. Made from bronze or copper and depicts a naval ship with three funnels with NAVY DAY above and ADELADE 20.10.16 below. Likely a

1916 Adelaide Navy Day Medallion – Silvered

Click image to enlarge Thin uniface pressed metal medallion with suspension 29mm in diameter and weighing 2.23g. Made from bronze or copper and silver plated. It depicts a naval ship with three funnels with NAVY DAY above and ADELADE 20.10.16

1916-1920 AIF Returned from Active Service Badge Number 26209

Australian WW1 AIF RASB Brass or Bronze Rerturned from Active Service badge with reverse lugs and split pins. Badge is numbered 26209 and marked by the maker as AMOR SYDNEY.

A NZ Souvenir 1918 Birdwood Tin badge

General Birdwood Souvenir 1918 Tin Badge 32mm round tin badge with fixed pin on the reverse. Badge contains celluloid portrait of General Sir William Birdwood in an Australian slouch hat and uniform with tie and decorations visible on a white

AIF Memorial Aug.2.1918 Pin

Click image to enlarge Interesting brass pin depicting a brick with the legend AIF Memorial AUG.2.1918 on one side. No makers mark. Brick measures 17mm by 8mm. Coin Information Reference Number: C111705 Country: Australia Year: 1918

ANZAC 1941 Pin and Ribbon

Click image to enlarge 18mm round bronze pressed badge with attached pin and tri-color ribbon. Badge depicts a large central A with 1941 below and wreath around perimeter. Ribbon is red, white, and blue. Possibly an ANZAC fundraising pin from

ANZAC April 25 1915 Bronze Medallion

21.5mm ANZAC Medalltion 3.4g, 21.5mm. Bronze, holed as issued. Obverse “ANZAC 25 APRIL 1915” in wreath. Reverse plain, edge plain. Catalogued in Carlisle as C1915/1. Missing red white and blue ribbon that would have been threaded through hole.

ANZAC DAY 1943 Sailors Hat Badge

Click image to enlarge Celluloid over cardboard badge measuring 38mm wide by 23mm high. Badge depicts a British pattern sailors cap in white with a royal blue band around the bottom. On a real cap the blue band would be

ANZAC Day 1943 Spitfire Celluloid Badge

Click image to enlarge Celluloid over cardboard badge depicting a Spitfire aircraft in grey and blue. Badge measures 40mm from wingtip to wingtip and 36mm from nose to tail. Legend on aircraft fuselage says ANZAC DAY 1943.