Officer's Pouch-Belt Bugle Badge
A hallmarked silver bugle badge for an officer's pouch-belt with three screw fastenings (north, east and west). The size is approximately 33mm tall x 38mm wide.
The badge is marked for manufacturer J&Co (Jennens), sterling, Birmingham and (I think) 1918. Two of the three nuts are also marked for J&Co, the third is of a slightly different pattern and possibly a replacement. read more
General/Staff Officer's WBC
A Victorian, silver and gilt, general pattern/staff officer's waist-belt clasp with matching benchmarks (1). Ryan 162. read more
WRAC Waist-Belt Clasp
A two-piece, brass, waist-belt clasp for The Women's Royal Army Corps with a maker's stamp for Hobson & Son London Ltd to the rear. read more
3rd A.B. West Riding RVC Pouch Badge
A white metal pouch badge for The 3rd Administrative Battalion, Yorkshire, West Riding Rifle Volunteer Corps with two screw fastenings (north and south).
Dixon Pickup's book on "West York Rifle Volunteers 1859-1887" shows the same item as a forage cap/glengarry badge (reference 55). read more
3rd Norfolk RVC Officer's WBC
A rare, silver-plated, waist-belt clasp for an officer of The Third Norfolk Rifle Volunteer Corps with matching benchmarks (10). read more
RND Howe Cap Badge
A scarce, brass, cap badge for The Royal Naval Division, Howe, with two lug fastenings (east and west). The reverse bears a plaque for maker J.R. Gaunt London. KK1164. read more
16th Lancers Officer's Pouch Badge
A rare, gilt, pouch badge for an officer of The 16th Queen's Lancers with two screw fastenings to the rear (east and west, the nuts appear to be replacements).
Note: The floriated 'C' represents Queen Charlotte. read more
The Buffs Bedplate
A brass bedplate for The Buffs (The Royal East Kent Regiment). read more
3rd VB Bedfordshire Officer's CBP
A rare, silvered, cross-belt plate for an officer of the 3rd volunteer battalion of The Bedfordshire Regiment with three screw fastenings (north, east and west). HQ at Bedford. read more
Royal Fusiliers Bedplate
A brass bedplate for The Royal Fusiliers. The King's crown dates it to circa 1902-52. read more