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51st Foot Officer's 1878-81 Pattern HP


A rare, silver and gilt, 1878-81 pattern helmet plate for an officer of The 51st Foot (later 1st battalion of King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry) with three lug fastenings (north, east and west).

Note: Kipling & King (volume I, p113) states the curled bugle and numeral is in silver but I am told this is an error and a gilt centre-piece is correct. This plate may have been re-gilded at some point.

Code: 54650Price: 450.00 GBP


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3rd Norfolk RVC NCO/Officer's Glengarry Badge


A nice, two-piece, silvered glengarry badge for an officer/non-commissioned officer of The Third Norfolk Rifle Volunteer Corps with two lug fastenings (east and west).

Code: 54649Price: 125.00 GBP


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RAOC (TA) Piper's Plaid Brooch


A bi-metal plaid brooch for a piper of the (territorial) Royal Army Ordnance Corps with a stout pin fastening and Mackenzie tartan backing. The centre-piece is detachable.

Note: I understand this was an unofficial plaid brooch, worn prior to the official versionís production in 1958.

Code: 54648Price: 50.00 GBP


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Pembroke Yeomanry Cap Badge


A nice, bi-metal, cap badge for The Pembroke Yeomanry with a slider fastening (marked Firmin London). KK2352.

Code: 54647Price: 35.00 GBP


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5th King's Pre-1926 Cap Badge


A scarce, blackened brass, cap badge for the 5th (territorial) battalion of The King's Regiment (Liverpool). KK1701.

Code: 54646Price: 80.00 GBP


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Civil Service VRC Helmet Plate


A nice, blackened brass/white metal, helmet plate for The Prince of Wales's Own 12th Middlesex (Civil Service) Volunteer Rifle Corps with three lug fastenings (north, east and west). KK1590.

Note: Kipling & King dates this plate to c1905-08.

Code: 54645Price: 150.00 GBP


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Anodised Essex Yeomanry Beret Badge


An anodised aluminium beret badge for The Essex Yeomanry with a slider fastening (marked Dowler Birmingham). KK2332.

Note: Michael Wood's recently published book on The Badges & Insignia of The Essex Yeomanry (reference 34) states this is a rarer version than the usual J.R. Gaunt B'ham examples. Wood dates these AA beret badges to post-1963.

Code: 54644Price: 45.00 GBP


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Middlesex Regt OSD Cap Badge


An officer's service dress, bronze, cap badge for The Middlesex Regiment with two blade fastenings (east and west). KK672.

Code: 54643Price: 20.00 GBP


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London Scottish Badge


A small-pattern, white metal, badge for the 14th battalion of The London Regiment (London Scottish), with two lug fastenings (east and west). As KK1842.

Note: This is the same size as the pin-backed, bronzed, pagri badge, worn by the 2nd battalion in 1917-18 and described as KK1842, but was perhaps worn as a sporran badge?

Code: 54642Price: 30.00 GBP


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T/RFA/Durham Shoulder Title


A brass shoulder title for the Durham (territorial) battery of the Northumbrian Division of the Royal Field Artillery, with three lug fastenings (north, east and west).

This title is mentioned in Westlake's book (p48) but not illustrated.

Code: 54641Price: 35.00 GBP

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