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RAChD Collar Badges

A pair of blackened brass collar badges for an officer of The Royal Army Chaplain's Department (Christian Division), each with two lug fastenings (east and west). As Churchill & Westlake 357.

Note: These appear to be an unmatched pair, with only one of them marked J.R. Gaunt London to the reverse.

Code: 56219

30.00 GBP


Victorian R Warwicks Regt Collar Badge

A white metal collar badge for The Royal Warwickshire Regiment with two lug fastenings (east and west). Churchill 166.

Note: Churchill states this collar came into existence in 1894 and was superseded in 1896.

He states: "As it was directed that these badges were only to be brought into use, 'when present stocks are exhausted', and a further pattern was introduced in 1896, it is perhaps doubtful as to whether they were ever worn - if they were, then only for a very short period."

Code: 56206

45.00 GBP


Early RAChD Collar Badges

A scarce pair of blackened brass collar badges for an officer of The Royal Army Chaplain's Department (Christian Division), each with two lug fastenings (east and west). The reverse of each is marked Firmin London.

Code: 56202

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L&DY Officer's Collar Badges

A pair of silver-plated and gilt collar badges for an officer of The Leicestershire & Derbyshire Yeomanry, each with two lug fastenings (north and south). Churchill & Westlake 121.

Code: 56192

20.00 GBP


18th Hussars Collar Badges

A rare pair of bi-metal, Edwardian, collar badges for The 18th Hussars each with two lug fastenings (east and west). Churchill & Westlake 33.

Churchill & Westlake dates these collars to pre-1911 (so c1902-11).

Code: 56182

60.00 GBP


7th Hampshire Collar Badges

A pair of brass collar badges for the 7th (territorial) battalion of The Hampshire Regiment, each with two lug fastenings (east and west). Churchill 1033.

Code: 56172

30.00 GBP


Early King's Regt Collar Badges

A scarce pair of brass collar badges for The King's Regiment (Liverpool), each with two lug fastenings (east and west). Churchill 215.

Note: Churchill dates these collars to c1882-1895/96.

He says these collars were very unpopular with the soldiers, who wanted a return of the white horse of Hanover, and apparently described these collars as "cow-pats".

Indeed, he further states that when the 1st battalion, at the time serving in Jamaica, received the new pattern of collar (with the return of the white horse) their 'cow-pats' were placed in a sack, rowed to the centre of Kingston harbour and heaved overboard.

Code: 56163

40.00 GBP


Royal Berks OSD Collar Badges

A pair of officer's service dress, bronzed, collar badges for The Royal Berkshire Regiment, each with two lug fastenings (east and west). Churchill 1347.

Note: Churchill states these collars were the 'correct' version, worn after 1934. Apparently, the pattern with an additional scroll below the dragon, reading "Princess Charlotte of Wales's", was incorrect despite being worn c1902-34.

Code: 56156

20.00 GBP


AVC OSD Collar Badges

A pair of officer's service dress, bronzed, collar badges for The Army Veterinary Corps, each with two lug fastenings (north and south). Churchill & Westlake 376.

Code: 56134

25.00 GBP


British American Collar Badge

A scarce, brass, collar badge for The British American Squadron, King's Colonials, with two lug fastenings (north and south).

Code: 56103

50.00 GBP


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