7th DG Collar Badges
A (non-matching?) pair of white metal collar badges for The 7th Dragoon Guards, each with two lug fastenings (north and south). As Churchill & Westlake 11.
Note: This pattern was worn pre-1906 while Colin Churchill & Ray Westlake's book on British Army Collar Badges shows the post-1906 version. read more
R Warwicks Regt Collar Badges
An early pair of brass collar badges for The Royal Warwickshire Regiment, each with two lug fastenings (north and south). Churchill 156/157.
Note: Churchill dates this collar badge to post-1881, although he states it was "never popular with the regiment" and was replaced in 1890. read more
RMP G6th Officer's Collar Badges
A pair of silver-plated, George 6th pattern, collar badges for an officer of The Royal Military Police, each with two lug fastenings (east and west). The reverse of each is marked J.R. Gaunt London and ‘P’ to indicate silver plate. Worn c1947-52 only. Churchill & Westlake 372. read more
Norfolk Regt (Vols) FS Cap Badge
A scarce, white metal, field-service cap badge/collar badge for a volunteer battalion of The Norfolk Regiment with two lug fastenings (north and south). As Churchill 276.
Note: In relation to the regular battalions, Churchill states this badge (in gilding metal) was worn as a collar badge after around 1882 and "also worn in the field service cap up to the introduction of a new c... read more