RND Anson Cap Badge
A scarce, brass, cap badge for The Royal Naval Division, Anson, with two lug fastenings (east and west) and a strengthener behind the spear. KK1166. read more
Generic RV Officer's Pouch Badge
A silvered, generic, pouch badge for an officer of a rifle volunteer unit with two screw fastenings (north and south, one with its washer and nut still intact). read more
RND Hawke Cap Badge
A scarce, brass, cap badge for The Royal Naval Division, Hawke Battalion, with two lug fastenings (east and west). The reverse bears a plaque for manufacturer J.R. Gaunt & Sons. Minor verdigris. KK1162. read more
King's Own Officer's Felt-Hat Badge
A rare, silver and gilt, felt-hat badge for an officer of The King's Own (Royal Lancaster) Regiment with two lug fastenings (east and west). As KK295. read more
RA (Vols) Busby Grenade
A white metal busby grenade for The Royal Artillery (Volunteers) with a long slider fastening and plume-holder. KK826. read more
5th King's Officer's PBP
A rare, silvered, pouch-belt plate for an officer of the 5th (territorial) battalion of The King's Regiment (Liverpool) with four screw fastenings.
Note: The reverse of the backplate bears the name of manufacturer Hobson & Sons of Lexington St, London. The screw posts are bent inwards a little, which makes it difficult to remove so I have not taken a photo of the back of the plat... read more
40th Lancashire RVC Officer’s PBP
A rare, silver-plated, pouch-belt plate for an officer of The 40th Lancashire (3rd Manchester) Rifle Volunteer Corps with four screw fastenings. Worn c1860. read more
Cheshire Regt Bandsman's Pouch Badge
A bi-metal pouch badge for a musician/bandsman of The Cheshire Regiment with two lug fastenings (east and west).
This badge is approximately 62mm x 62mm in size. read more
General Pattern/Staff Levee WBC
A nice silver and gilt general pattern/staff officer’s levee waist-belt clasp. Ryan 162. read more
1st VB Manchester Regt Officer’s PBP
A silver-plated pouch-belt plate for an officer of The 1st volunteer battalion of The Manchester Regt with two screw fastenings (north and south). HQ at Manchester.
From the Hugh King collection. read more