Royal Army Service Corps Badge.  Each regiment and corps in the British Army has its own unique badge.

This badge is probably circa 1940’s. It has the Initials of the reigning monarch at the time King George VI.  Below this is the Corps inscription.  These days army badges would be made with a material called “stay-brite” so that it does not require to be polished and is always shiny.

The Royal Army Service Corps was a unit within the British Army.  This unit kept the army supplied with provisions e.g. medical supplies, food and fuels but not weapons.










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Date 1940s, 1950s
Material(s) Metal
Item number MBPO227

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