Great 1930s-Early WWII Instructor or Worker Badge in Enameled Chromed Brass by Fattorini Scottish Ai

Great 1930s-Early WWII Instructor or Worker Badge in Enameled Chromed Brass by Fattorini Scottish Ai

Code: ems10030sal


Product Description


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ARTIFACT: This is a Great 1930's - Early World War II Scottish Aircraft Limited Instructor or Worker Badge in  by Fattorini. 

Scottish Aviation Limited was an aircraft manufacturer based in Prestwick, Scotland. Scottish Aviation Limited. Industry, Aerospace, engineering.
Scottish Aviation was initially formed in 1933 by the aviation pioneer, David McIntyre as a Flying School. He was partnered by the then, Duke of Hamilton (Douglas Douglas-Hamilton). 

In 1935, they founded the Scottish College of Aviation Limited although just 1 year later, they changed the name to Scottish Aviation Limited. 

McIntyre was already the owner of Prestwick Airfield and they soon acquired, dismantled, transported and re-erected a building previously used as The Palace of Engineering at the 1938 Empire Exhibition in Glasgow.

Sited alongside what is now Prestwick Airport, just 30 miles from Glasgow, the new building was predominantly used as a home for the flying school. 
However, with the amount of US Air Force personnel and aircraft arriving for the war effort, Scottish Aviation started to undertake aircraft fitting, maintenance and conversion of many aircraft types.  Initially, it received and converted American Consolidated Liberators for the RAF Ferry, Transport and Coastal Commands in preparation for operations over the North Atlantic.

VINTAGE: 1930s - Early World War II.

SIZE: Approximately 1" in diameter.

MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Enameled Chromed Brass.

ATTACHMENT: Horizontal pin with tongue type 'C' catch.


BIRMINGHAM (United Kingdom)

ITEM NOTES: This is from a homefront collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VAJX00 LFGEX07/03/23

CONDITION: 8+ (Excellent): The badge has very little wear and tarnish.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.