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Grey woollen blanket, 1940s, embroidered with collection of patches and badges from 1960s and 1970s.
Sky badge. Rectangular enamelled silver metal badge, with black background, the band's logo in silver and an image of a hot air balloon in red and yellow.
Sky badge. Silver metal die cut badge, in the shape of the Sky logo, enamelled in red.
Elton John badge. Enamelled silver metal rectangular badge, with "Elton John / 'Europe 82'" in silver lettering against a background of black, white and pink.
Elton John badge. Yellow background with black and red borders, text reading "European Tour 82" in black and Elton John's 'signature' in red and black. Plastic coated with metal back.
John Miles badge. Navy background with white image of a plane, and "John / Miles / In / Flight / '79" in red. Plastic coated with metal back.
David Essex badge. L-shaped enamelled gold coloured metal badge, black and white background with his name in yellow and red.
Embroidered satin rank badge lined with silk, China, 19th century
Embroidered silk in coloured silks and gilt paper threads, China, 19th century
Membership badge and certificate for the Pelpup Club; Metal, English, 1960-2
Two metal Girl Guides badges, enamelled, 1935 - 1945
Club badge for 'Bunty' comic, enamelled metal depicting Bunty's black scottie dog Buster, made in the UK by Fattorini & Sons, ca. 1961
Boys football cap
Black wool rep with appliquéd badge; Princess Frederika School, Kensal Rise, London.; UK, ca. 1899
Combined Services Entertainment badge, blue and white enamelled metal with propellor, anchor and drum emblem, Given by Ronald W Beadle Esq.
Gilt metal lapel badge with Cyrillic letters 'MXAM' with a seagull motif and '80' and dates '1898-1978' commemorating the Moscow Art Theatre's 80th celebrations, Given by Alexander Schouvaloff Esq.
Design, by AWN Pugin, 19th century
Design by Pugin
Watercolour drawing of a quarry with badge of Henry VII in the King's College Chapel, Cambridge, from an album of English glazing quarries collected by Reverend William Sparrow-Simpson. Great Britain, ca. mid 19th century.
Full-size design for a wallpaper, incorporating the badges of Richard II with a white hart ducally gorged and chained or, the arms of Edward the Confessor and the initial R set between two seed pods. The badges are connected by a decorative framework of ogee leaves and stems.
Full-size design for a wallpaper with the badges of Edward IV, a falcon within a fetterlock, and a rose en soleil. The badges are set within a circular framework which is decorated with hexafoil flowers and foliage motifs. The rose in this design is coloured red, whereas for Edward IV it should have been white.
Incomplete design, probably full-size, with the badges of the antelope argent, ducally collared and chained or, the swan argent ducally collared and chained or, and the three fleur-de-lys. The antelope is set within a completed framework which is in the shape of a diamond and contains the initials H and V. The badges are all set in roudels. The motif of an antelope and its framework have been pricked for transfer.
C. F. A. Voysey. Badge of Virgin and Child with motto, "Domino Labor Vester Non Est Inanis." British, first quarter 20th century.
C. F. A. Voysey. Badge of the Deptford Chamber of Commerce. British, first quarter 20th century.
C. F. A. Voysey. Badge of the Imperial Arts League. British, first quarter 20th century.
Sheet of badge designs
C. J. M. Shepard ("Shep") and others. Badges issued by the Bayard Press, probably in France.
Badge showing a crown, sword and open book, process engraving, Charles F. A. Voysey, Great Britain, 1872-1929
Watercolour drawing by S. H. North of a stained glass quarry with the badge of Henry VII in the King's College Chapel, Cambridge. Great Britain, ca. mid 19th century.
Rank badge embroidered on tapestry in silks and gilt paper thread, China, 19th century
Pair of rank badges
Silver repousse lion above a crescent with a gun and a standard on either side of him and above him the sun and the feet of Vishnu. Nepal. Ex Tayler Collection; lion above a crescent; Jewellery, silver, repousse, Nepal
Silver repousse badge from Nepal. See 1073-1874 for similar badge.; lion standard and gun; Jewellery, silver, repousse, Nepal
Retainer's badge. England. 1400-1500.
Bronze, ENGLISH; about 1600. Cast with crowned Tudor roses. The royal badge of the Tudors was also used by later monarchs.
Croft Lyons Bequest; Base metal
English 1540 painted and carved oak
Firedog from Barham Court in Kent, cast iron, inscribed 'TP 1637' and with a heraldic badge in the form of a buckle, made in England, 1637
Badge issued to women staff at the Admiralty. English, 1914-18.
Royal Portrait by Cecil Beaton (1904-1980). One of seventeen photographs from a contact print; which has been cut out, arranged and mounted on card. Depicting King George VI, Buckingham Palace, October 1942.
enamelled badge formed out of the letters of the words THE POLICE
enamelled badge in the form of an American[?] police badge
rectangular enamel badge with a plastic-coated photograph at the centre
rectangular enamelled badge
enamelled lapel badge in blue and gold
irregular-shaped plastic badge
square enamelled lapel badge
circular lapel badge
circular printed lapel badge: ban the bomb symbol incorporating the initials of Robert Francis Kennedy
circular printed lapel badge: dove held up by black and white hands
rectangular printed lapel badge
circular cloth badge in red, black and white on cream background
square plastic keyring with metal chain printed with a piece of jigsaw
circular printed lapel badge with an image of a leopard
oval lapel badge
enamelled oval badge
circular printed lapel badge: image of Glastonbury Tor with chalice with green radiating rays
square printed lapel badge
car-shaped lapel badge
triangular printed lapel badge
badge printed in the shape of Africa
badge cut in the shape of a piece from a jigsaw puzzle
square lenticular badge with images of dancing girls
oval printed lapel badge
triangular imprinted lapel badge
circular printed lapel badge
irregular lapel badge with train.
Panel of clear and coloured glass painted with brown/black pigment and silver (yellow) stain. Depicting the arms of England as displayed between c.1406 and 1603, with the Yorkist and Tudor roses and a medallion with the initials of Katherine Parr. English, between 1543 and 1547.
Reconstructed wallpaper or lining paper design on 4 sheets, showing a plume of 3 ostrich feathers enfiled by a royal coronet, with the motto 'Ich Dien' and the initials 'HP', the badge of Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales (1594-1612), within a sunburst enclosed by an oval of strap work surrounded by four quadrants containing formalized flowers in a vase; Lino-cut print on paper; England; ca. 1635.
Badge, St. George and the Dragon/St. Sebastian. Perhaps English.
Badge, John, Regent of Portugal/a sword and wreath. 19th century electrotype copy.
Armorial badge, silver and parcel-gilt, Francis Garthorne, ca.1720.
Badge, silver, in low relief, portrait of Charles II, English, 17th century
Coin, portrait bust Charles I.
Obv: bust to the right
Rev: Shield of Royal arms surmounted by a crown
Pewter badge cast as a heraldic shield with the arms of the City of London. English, 1761.
Pewter beaker with flange and ring foot, cast in relief with the Price of Wales' feathers, crowns and roses, English, ca. 1610
Pair of badges
Staff of a guild of painters and glaziers, of pearwood mounted in silver, hung with badges bearing names and dates ranging from 1646-1835.