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A rare, silver, cross-belt plate for an officer of The 60th Foot/King's Royal Rifle Corps with three screw fastenings (north, east and west - the bottom one is missing). Some polish.
A brass (previously blackened?) waist-belt clasp for The South Middlesex Rifle Volunteers.
A scarce, silver-plated, pouch-belt plate for an officer of The 37th Middlesex (St Giles & St George’s, Bloomsbury) Rifle Volunteers with two screw fastenings (north and south). Worn c1860-80.
A rare, silvered, pouch-belt plate for an officer of The Rifle Brigade (Militia) with four screw fastenings and its original backplate intact. This pattern dates to post-1881.
A scarce, brass, cap badge for The Royal Naval Division, Anson, with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK1166.
A rare, silvered, pouch-belt plate for an officer of the 1st volunteer battalion of The Royal Berkshire Regiment with three screw fastenings (north, east and west). Worn c1885-1901.
A scarce, silvered, belt plate for a piper of The Army Apprentices School pipe band with two screw fastenings (north and south).
Note: This badge is approximately 71mm tall x 46mm wide.
A generic white metal pouch badge worn by various rifle volunteer units with two screw fastenings (north and south).
Note: It looks like it has had a little repair work on the bugle strings.
A silver-plated, gilt and enamel badge for wear on civilian coats by officers of The Royal Army Chaplain's Department with a pin fastening. Hodges p244, reference 22.
Note: This badge measures approximately 20mm x 30mm.
A nice silver and gilt waist-belt clasp for an officer of The Lincolnshire Regiment. Some fading to the gilt on the clasp ends. Ryan 174.
Note: One side has a benchmark (11) but there appears to be no benchmark on the other side, which suggests this may be a later 'marriage' of pieces.
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