Rifle Company Officer's CBP
A rare, silvered, 'Rifle Company' cross-belt plate for an officer of The Rifle Brigade with a silver backplate and four screw fastenings.
Code: 54070Price: 300.00 GBP
20th Hussars Wife's WBC
A scarce, silver-plated and gilt, waist-belt clasp as worn by an officer's wife on a ballgown.
Code: 54067Price: 80.00 GBP
RFC Cap Badge
A nice, domed, brass cap badge for The Royal Flying Corps with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK977.
Code: 54053Price: 20.00 GBP
East Surrey Regt Officer's WBC
A scarce and attractive, silver and gilt, waist-belt clasp for an officer of The East Surrey Regiment with matching benchmarks of three dots. Ryan 198.
Code: 53990Price: 150.00 GBP
7th Gurkhas Officer's CBP
A scarce, silver-plated, cross-belt plate for an officer of The 7th Gurkhas with just one lug fastening (east - west lug missing).
Code: 53975Price: 80.00 GBP
Essex Regt Puggaree Badge
A two-towered castle pattern, brass, puggaree badge for The Essex Regiment with a long slider fastening. KK334.
Kipling & King dates this pattern to 1881-96.
Code: 53966Price: 40.00 GBP
RSDG Pouch Badge
A brass pouch badge for The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards with three screw fastenings (south, east and west).
Code: 53924Price: 20.00 GBP
3rd VB Gloucestershire Regt PBP
A rare, white metal, pouch-belt plate for the 3rd volunteer battalion of The Gloucestershire Regiment with three screw fastenings (north, east and west). Brinson G81.
I think the crown and/or lower arm of the cross may have been re-affixed and there may have been a fourth screw fastening at the bottom?
Brinson describes this white metal badge as a pouch-belt plate, worn by officers and NCOs, but adds "strictly speaking it is more likely that this badge was uniquely worn by officers".
Brinson dates this badge to c1900-1908, as the 3rd VB was raised in 1900 and converted to territorials in 1908, although he also states a King's crown version was worn c1902-08.
Code: 53900Price: 150.00 GBP
1st VB Warwickshire Officer's CBP
A rare, hallmarked silver, cross-belt plate for an officer of the 1st volunteer battalion of The Royal Warwickshire Regiment with four screw fastenings (two nuts still intact).
The plate shows hallmarks for Birmingham 1893, on the lower arm of the cross.
Code: 53890Price: 375.00 GBP
RB Puggaree Badge
A nice, blackened brass/bronzed, puggaree badge for The Rifle Brigade with a pin fastening. KK588.
Code: 53839Price: 50.00 GBP
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