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Inniskilling Fusiliers Cap Badge

A scarce, bi-metal, 'flag left' pattern cap badge for The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers with two lug fastenings (north and south) and 'sweathole' construction, which suggest it to be a Victorian/Edwardian specimen. KK632.

Code: 56856

40.00 GBP


5th Lancers Czapka Plate

A Victorian-pattern, brass, lance-cap plate for The 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers with two screw fastenings (east and west). Rowe & Carman 67/As KK718.

Note: Rowe & Carman describe this as pattern C (the third of six). It carries four honours awarded in 1882 but not the Suakin honour awarded in 1885. This would suggest it to be a relatively short-lived pattern.

Code: 56795

150.00 GBP


RMF Cap Badge

A bi-metal cap badge for The Royal Munster Fusiliers with a slider fastening. KK701.

Code: 56779

30.00 GBP


Antrim Militia Artillery Shoulder Titles

A rare brass shoulder title for The Antrim Royal Garrison Artillery Militia with two hexagonal lug fastenings (east and west). Westlake 652 or Litchfield 71.

Note: This title was worn with a separate RGA title above.

Westlake states only two units of militia artillery from the Army List of May 1905 survived the reorganisation of 1908. These were the Antrim and Cork batteries, which became known as Royal Garrison Reserve Artillery.

Norman Litchfield's book on 'The Militia Artillery 1852-1909' (p43) dates this title to c1907 and states this unit was not disbanded until after WW1.

Code: 56751

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Cork Militia Artillery Shoulder Titles

A rare pair of brass shoulder titles for The Cork Royal Garrison Artillery Militia, each with two hexagonal lug fastenings (east and west). Westlake 653 or Litchfield 84.

Note: These titles were worn with a separate RGA title above.

Westlake states only two units of militia artillery from the Army List of May 1905 survived the reorganisation of 1908. These were the Antrim and Cork batteries, which became known as Royal Garrison Reserve Artillery.

Norman Litchfield's book on 'The Militia Artillery 1852-1909' (p57/58) dates this title to c1907 and states this unit was not disbanded until after WW1.

Code: 56731

150.00 GBP


Carlow Rifles Glengarry Badge

A rare, blackened brass, glengarry badge for The Carlow Rifles with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK1269.

Code: 56685

250.00 GBP


Royal Irish Regt Shoulder Title

A brass shoulder title for The Royal Irish Regiment with two lug fastenings (east and west). Westlake 917.

Note: Westlake states this title came into use in 1902.

Code: 56651

40.00 GBP


NIH Cap Badge

A brass cap badge for The North Irish Horse with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK1503.

Code: 56598

30.00 GBP


Conn.Rangers Shoulder Title

A scarce, brass, shoulder title for The Connaught Rangers with two lug fastenings (east and west). Westlake 1405.

Note: Westlake states this title came into use in 1914.

Code: 56591

40.00 GBP


RMF Cap Badge

A bi-metal cap badge for The Royal Munster Fusiliers with a slider fastening. KK701.

Code: 56586

25.00 GBP


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