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East Lancashire Regt (1916) Cap Badge

A WW1 economy issue, brass cap badge for The East Lancashire Regiment with a slider fastening. KK638.

Code: 56709

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Dorsetshire Regiment Cap Badge

A bi-metal cap badge for The Dorsetshire Regiment with two lug fastenings (east and west) and 'sweathole' construction. Perhaps an Edwardian example. KK651.

Code: 56704

20.00 GBP


Y&L Cap Badge

A nice, bi-metal, cap badge for The York & Lancaster Regiment with two lug fastenings (east and west), which suggest it to be a Victorian/Edwardian example. KK679.

Code: 56699

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Suffolk Regt (1916) Cap Badge

A WW1 economy issue, brass, cap badge for The Suffolk Regiment with a slider fastening. KK605.

Code: 56686

25.00 GBP


Norfolk Regt (1916) Cap Badge

A WW1 economy issue, brass, cap badge for The Norfolk Regiment with a slider fastening. KK599.

Code: 56667

25.00 GBP


Queen's Lancashire Regt Cap Badge

A gilt and enamel cap badge for The Queen's Lancashire Regiment with a slider fastening (marked SM for manufacturer Shaw, Munster). As Marsh NMD21.

Note: Chris Marsh's new book on 'New Metal: British Army Cap Badges 1990-2020' discusses this badge on p42, comparing it with the similar version with a red centre. He dates this to 2002.

From my memory, the burgundy version came out first and was rather short-lived.

Code: 56642

20.00 GBP


Koyli Smasher Hat Badge

A bi-metal cap badge for The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK669.

Code: 56636

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Essex Regt Cap Badge

A bi-metal cap badge for The Essex Regiment with two lug fastenings (east and west), which suggest it to be an Edwardian example. KK660.

Code: 56609

20.00 GBP


R Sussex Regt (1916) Cap Badge

A WW1 economy issue, brass, cap badge for The Royal Sussex Regiment with a slider fastening. KK646.

Code: 56607

25.00 GBP


The Queen's Cap Badge

A nice, bi-metal, cap badge for The Queen's Regiment (Royal West Surrey) with two lug fastenings (east and west), which suggest it to be a Victorian/Edwardian example. KK590.

Code: 56602

20.00 GBP


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