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Old 13-07-2008, 22:25
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Rik, it must be a brother-in-law thing, here's my birthday present to my brother-in-law, we served at ganges together.

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Old 13-07-2008, 22:37
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Strange !! This a small project I did for a lady who wanted to surprise her Dad.
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Old 13-07-2008, 22:49
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This is my collection of ships badges beginning with the letter 'A' (apologies if yours appear again)
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File Type: jpg afridi.jpg (26.0 KB, 42 views)
File Type: jpg Afrikander.jpg (47.5 KB, 38 views)
File Type: jpg agincourt.jpg (97.6 KB, 42 views)
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Old 13-07-2008, 22:56
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More 'A's...........
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Old 13-07-2008, 23:04
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Yet more 'A's..................
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File Type: jpg aphis.jpg (88.9 KB, 24 views)
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Old 13-07-2008, 23:11
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Some more 'A's...............
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File Type: jpg artemis.jpg (84.0 KB, 27 views)
File Type: jpg Artful.jpg (30.4 KB, 31 views)
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File Type: jpg Arun.jpg (33.2 KB, 42 views)
File Type: jpg assegai.jpg (76.0 KB, 26 views)
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Old 13-07-2008, 23:14
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Rik, great to see so many variations of the badges, picking out Hms Alresford, the badge as you can see was in badly need of work as most are, it took me the best part of 5 years to retouch my collection the result as you can see was worth it.

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Old 13-07-2008, 23:17
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Last batch of 'A's (I think). If you can fill in the gaps, or improve on the quality, please post away.
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Old 13-07-2008, 23:22
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Great job, Alan. Much better than the one I posted !! Funnily enough, my daughters best friend & college buddy lives in Alresford !!
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Old 14-07-2008, 04:56
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Alan and Rik, thanks for putting up the Badges, they are great and I'm looking forward to seeing more. I like the gifts you both made up, what a good idea.

Rik, you put up one for Assegai. Now I was told that my uncle was in a minesweeper in WW2 (a converted trawler) named Assegai. I've not been able to find any reference to any vessel of this name and started to have doubts. So I was pleased to see this reference but I don't know if it is the same one. I don't mean to sidetrack the thread but since the badge is shown here thought I'd ask if anyone has any more info.
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Old 14-07-2008, 06:50
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Hi Vivian, here's the badge for assegai, I don't know if there was a trawler with that name, during ww2 Hms Assegai was a shore establishment in Durban, South Africa.
However I'm sure one of our resident experts will let you know if there was in fact an armed trawler by that name.

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Old 14-07-2008, 07:17
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Thanks for that info Alan, I appreciate it.
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RIK, the one of HMS MOHAWK ,i think is the top hat ,with the way the cap talley has been placed on as well,.
That being one of my old ships .you have made a right good job on it ,

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Old 14-07-2008, 19:03
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Great thread Alan, your badges are the bee's knees and reflect the amount of work you have put into them. Do you know if the shape of the badge could be changed by local preference, or was it laid down what shape they had to be? Two attached of Apollo are different shapes, unless one is from the cruiser and one from the frigate.
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Although I have never collected Ships Badges this is a really good thread and an asset to the forum. Well done Alan and Rik.
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Old 14-07-2008, 20:39
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Jim,

All cruiser badges were pentagonal shaped. All WW2 destroyers were shield shaped. At least that is what I understood. Also Shore bases were diamond-shaped.

Cylla,

Glad you like the MOHAWK pic. My Brother-in-Law did as well.

Vivian,

there was a WW1 yacht requisitioned by the Admiralty and named Assegai, but nothing in WW2.
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Some 'B's (which , I'm sure Alan can improve on)
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Old 14-07-2008, 21:12
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Jim, you are spot on with your theory, the initial brief was as follows

Circular frames for Capital ships (battleships and battlecruisers)
Pentagonal frames for Cruisers
Shield shape for Destroyers
Offset Square for frigates, sloops auxiliary vessels, submarines, aircraft carriers.

This changed in 1940 when new ships were allocated round frames, as had been given to fleet air arm squadrons since 1936.
Shore establishments given a diamond shape, RFA'S took the cruiser shape pentagonal, existing ships were allowed to keep their original shapes.
Almost all ships now have round frames.
The colours of the name box below the crown were also different for particular ships classes, but now all are usually black background with gold lettering.

It does get confusing at times, but then when did 'pusser' ever make things easy?
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Cheers Alan, for giving a more thorough explanation !!

Updated my badge pix to incorporate you latest.....
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Pleased everyone likes these badges, here's some of the most popular by request to me over the years.
I was rather hoping that members of the forum would post some of their photo's in exchange for the badges to go with them, which seems fair.
My total collection as I said in earlier posts is over 1700 badges.
It is independently valued at over a 5 figure sum, hence my reluctance to just post the entire collection.
But hey, post some photo's......you can have the badge!

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Thanks Rik and Alan for the info on Assegai, and once again, I just love these badges. They're wonderful.
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A few interesting facts about ships badges and ships names.

Hms Weston was initially commissioned as weston-super-mare, however before she was even launched Jolly Jack Tar had already started to refer to the ship as 'Aggie on horseback' to which reference was 'aggie westons' the remainder typical naval humour. the admiralty took a dim view of this and so launched the ship as Hms Weston.

Hms Tideflow was commissioned as Tiderace, but at a time when a certain Flamboyant pianist was very popular and again Jolly Jack made reference to this, again the admiralty changed the name.

2 other ships that had altered names were Cromwell and Pitt, the names chosen to represent famous politicians, however King George V was against cromwell for obvious reasons and the 2nd name was an obvious target for Jolly Jack as it rhymes with S**T and so the admiralty names the said ships RENOWN and Repulse.

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Thanks to all who are looking in on these post albiet not replying much,

Here are badges for ships that came to the RN under the lend lease agreement with the USA, notice that the star has been incorporated into the design.

Does anyone want a particular badge?

And lets see some photos of ships, I'll post the badge for them.

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I'm surprised that they bothered giving the Town class badges. Bit pointless giving torpedo-magnets/mobile breakwaters badges - did they float ?

Facetiousness aside, very nice!

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Here's one you may not have ST BRIDES BAY

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