of RAAF Memorabilia
H314. A WAAAF officer’s service dress cap with a bullion badge on a blue background named to 107467 Marjorie Florence Siebert. The cap is lined with a black material and has a green underside to the peak. The leather sweatband is stamped V306 1942. Marjorie enlisted on 30 Nov 1942 at Adelaide and discharged on 3 Oct 1944 from RAAF Station Canberra.
H350. An unnamed officer’s service dress cap with a pressed gilt metal economy cap badge. The cap is lined with black material sewn in a circular pattern. The sweatband is missing but there is a makers label for N432 1944. The underside of the peak is green and the chinstrap is held in place by 2 plastic RAAF buttons. It also has a khaki drill tropical cover.
H362. An unnamed Warrant Officers service dress cap with a brass cap badge. The cap is lined with a black material sewn in a circular pattern and has a white label sewn under the sweatband marked 1945 N432 A arrow F. The underside of the peak is green and the chinstrap is held in place by 2 plastic RAAF buttons.
H391. An unnamed Warrant Officer’s service dress cap attributed to 433098 John Charles Fahey with a brass badge and a tropical khaki cover. The cap is lined with a black quilted material sewn in a diamond pattern and has a green underside to the peak. The sweat band is stamped MTX and the leather chinstrap is held in place by 2 black plastic buttons. John enlisted on 25 Feb 1943 at Sydney and discharged on 26 Feb 1946 as a Warrant Officer from 267 Squadron.
02.11 | 07:44
Kelly, Yes, I am always adding to my collection.
02.11 | 07:21
Hello I am wondering if you are adding to your collection of cuff links. I have some eagle and crown gold ones I came across today at a thrift store. Your museum has been great to learn from.
15.09 | 10:37
Lucy, Thank you very much, I have amended my website. Regards, Lindsay.
15.09 | 10:04
PI186. W. J. SANDERCOCK 417420 R.A.A.F. was not discharged on 11/1/1945 - he was shot down over Norway.