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Imperial Aquila

The Imperial Aquila, known in ancient times as the Palatine Aquila, is a two-headed eagle sigil which represents the entirety of the Imperium of Man. This symbol is often prominently displayed on the chest guard of the transhuman warriors of the Adeptus Astartes as well as commonly stenciled upon almost everything that belongs to the Imperium, including vehicles, equipment, and edifices. This identifies the allegiance and proprietary rights of these items as belonging to the Imperium. 

3.5" x 2" 

Glow in the dark base material glows for up to 10 hours. 

Made in-house by bearded men at The Patch Panel. 

Extremely limited availability. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 36 reviews
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The Emperor Protects!

The Aquila is a nice addition to my Warhammer 40k collection! Works great as a flag patch. The glow is a manifestation of the Emeperor's soul, dim yet bright.

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Glows in the dark

Exact size well made and the aquilla glows in the dark will be buying more fore sure

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Very good service and product

Very good service and product

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Awesome Product - For The Emperor!

Great quality product. Looks and feels well made. I have it on an EDC pouch that lives in the cargo pocket of my trousers. Pens and torches are getting slid past it every day and it doesn’t show any signs of wear.

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Imperial Aquila

Customer Reviews

Based on 36 reviews
97%
(35)
3%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
A.R.
The Emperor Protects!

The Aquila is a nice addition to my Warhammer 40k collection! Works great as a flag patch. The glow is a manifestation of the Emeperor's soul, dim yet bright.

B
B.
Glows in the dark

Exact size well made and the aquilla glows in the dark will be buying more fore sure

f
f.B.D.
Very good service and product

Very good service and product

A
A.W.
Awesome Product - For The Emperor!

Great quality product. Looks and feels well made. I have it on an EDC pouch that lives in the cargo pocket of my trousers. Pens and torches are getting slid past it every day and it doesn’t show any signs of wear.

E
E.

Imperial Aquila