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(R269) A British Link Membership Badge being the type with the button stud fixing. This example is numbered 932 and is also maker marked J R Gaunt London. Given to members of a British right wing society, this organisation The Link, was formed in 1937 by Admiral Sir Barry Domvile who was later imprisoned in 1939 for his right wing activities. For more information on this organisation, please consult the book "British Fascist Regalia 1920's to 1940" (Revised) by Jamie Cross on page 27-31. We can supply the book with the badge for GBP 325.00. With badge on its own GBP 300.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC568) A Scarce example of the British Link Membership Badge. The badge is numbered to the reverse 934 on the button stud and is maker marked J R Gaunt London. For more information on this badge and group, readers are advised to purchase the publications "British Fascist Regaliar 12-1940 revised", where reference is made to this badge etc on page 27. This group had strong friendship and political ties with Germany with the exchange of members enjoying holidays in each others country's, to enjoy a better understanding of each other, hence the title, Link. Many of its members were also members of Mosley's fascist party as well as other infamous groups, such as the IFL, Right Club, etc. Scarce to find. GBP 325.00 (UK Pounds)

(P349) A Nice example of a used and worn as well as repaired British Union of Fascist Membership Badge. This is the type with the enamelled shield, the central gilt fasces and the letters BUF to the front. The reverse has the maker's name of W O Lewis Birmingham in raised letters. The unique pin fitting has had a lead solder repair. There is no enamel damage. This type of badge was used by Sir Oswald Mosley's fascists from 1936 to 1939.

(P470) A Scarce example of the BUF Flag Badge showing a red flag with a blue circle with a white flash on it. The badge is a nice used example and has its original pin soldered to the reverse. It retains much of its original finish. Worn at the Earl's Court rally, these badges were sold to raise funds.

(CS953) A copy of the "Northern Blackshirt" No 259 March 1939, This is a broad sheet type newspaper of 8 pages (Two Sheets of Paper) The paper main headline "A STRICKEN BRITAIN," Unemployment rise tells tale of despair, but t has lots of other articles like "Unemployed in the North," "British Union Policy" "Rabbie not Rabbi", " Mosley Speaks" etc, The paper is in very good condition for its age. And has been fold but is complete. Ideal for a display GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS954) A copy of "Blackshirt" No 27 November 1933 , This is a broad sheet type newspaper of 4 pages (One Sheet of Paper) The paper main headline "The Corporate State," & "whose Blood? Why?", "Power behind Fascism" etc, The paper is in very good condition for its age. And has been fold but is complete. Ideal for a display GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(G1068)Available for the first time since 1994. The revised and improved British Fascist Regalia book. The book consists of all the information from the first edition but now has far more front and back photographs and 22 colour pictures of items as well as over 50 in black and white It also contains a unique listing of all the known parties around in 1920's-140's as well as items of regalia and paperwork from the groups around at this time. The book is a must for any political student interested in the items or parties from this particular period of time. ISBN No. 1-903478-51-0 This book is A4 sized and spiral bound.

GBP 22.50 (UK Pounds)

(E1433) A small A5 size handout bill as issued by the Imperial Fascist League and having their address incorporated into it. The point of the leaflet is to notify the reader the following message. A Message To Tradesmen Subtitle The Jewish Stranglehold. And it goes on to say that the Jews are persecuting the Gentiles and gives and address as well as contact points etc. In vgc

GBP 2.50 (UK Pounds)

(J69) A small pamphlet entitled "Black Shirts Under The Bed". Probably from the 1980's, the pamphlet contains about 6 pages. In very good condition.

GBP 7.50 (UK Pounds)

(J1550) A very rare addition of the First Issue of Action, Sir Oswold Mosley's Newspaper. It is surprising when looked at how mainstream this newspaper was, with many advertisements etc etc. The paper is in very good condition for it's age and is an historical artifact with not many of the first papers being kept. Very rare to find.

GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

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