South Middlesex RV WBC
A scarce, (faded) blackened brass, waist-belt clasp for The (2nd) South Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. read more
DCLI Valise Badge
A brass valise badge for The Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry with the usual sturdy slider (clipped short). Ivall & Thomas 117.
Note: Ivall & Thomas states this was worn by 2nd battalion DCLI in the army occupation of Germany (1922-24) and on Guernsey from 1924-27. read more
Tower Hamlets Rifles Officer's Pouch Badge
A nice, silver-plated, pouch badge/pouch belt plate for The Tower Hamlets Rifles with two screw fastenings (north and south). read more
2nd VB Glosters Officer's PBP
A rare silver-plated pouch-belt plate for an officer of the 2nd volunteer battalion of The Gloucestershire Regiment with three screw fastenings (north, east and west). Worn circa 1883-1905. Brinson G62.
Note: Brinson states this style of plate with the Victorian crown was worn right through to 1908, although a version with the South Africa honour was used circa 1905-08.
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Glider Pilot Regt Cap Badge
A scarce, white metal, cap badge for The Glider Pilot Regiment with a slider fastening (marked Firmin London). KK2057. read more
Generic RV Pouch Badge
A white metal, generic, pouch badge for a rifle volunteer unit with two screw fastenings (east and west) and two (non-matching) nuts still intact.
Note: It looks like this may have been converted from a Victorian example. read more
WVR Cap Badge
A scarce, bronzed, cap badge for The Women's Volunteer Reserve with two blade fastenings (east and west). The reverse has a J.R. Gaunt London plaque. KK2195. read more
RND PO's Cap Badge
A blackened brass cap badge for a petty officer of The Royal Naval Division with two blade fastenings (east and west). KK1159. read more
1st Exeter & South Devon RVC Officer’s PBP
A rare, silver-plated, pouch-belt plate for an officer of The 1st Exeter & South Devon Rifle Volunteer Corps with three unusual 'lug' fastenings (north, east and west).
Note: These are often found with the orb missing from the top of the crown, it is good to see one intact. There is signs of a crack to the reverse, which does not go through to the front. read more
Victorian Suffolk Regt Puggaree Badge
A brass puggaree badge for The Suffolk Regiment with two lug fastenings (east and west). read more