Welsh Guards Wire Bullion Blazer Badge

John BullSKU: JB0133
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Description

The Welsh Guards is an infantry regiment of the British Army, formed in 1915 during World War I. The regiment is known for its distinctive red tunics and bearskin caps, as well as its proud Welsh heritage.

The Welsh Guards Blazer Badge is a symbol of the regiment's storied history and tradition. Typically worn by members of the regiment, including officers and non-commissioned officers, as well as veterans and supporters, the badge features the emblem of the Welsh Guards intricately embroidered or woven onto the blazer. This emblem often includes elements such as the Welsh dragon and other symbols representing Wales.

The Welsh Guards have served with distinction in numerous conflicts and operations, including both World Wars and more recent deployments to places like Iraq and Afghanistan. They have earned a reputation for courage, professionalism, and dedication to duty.

Wearing the Welsh Guards Blazer Badge is a mark of pride and allegiance, reflecting a deep connection to the regiment and a commitment to upholding its legacy of service and sacrifice. It serves as a reminder of the bonds of brotherhood forged on the battlefield and the enduring traditions that unite members of the Welsh Guards family.

Product Specification:
Height 10 cm
Width 8 cm

All our blazer badges vary slightly in size according to the regiment design but all are designed to fit onto a standard sized blazer jacket pocket.

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