King's County Round Forage Cap Badge
A rare, brass, round forage cap badge for The King's County Royal Rifles (Militia) with two lug fastenings (east and west). Worn circa 1858. KK1283.
Note: This is a two-piece badge with a light infantry bugle above (with two lug fastenings, north and south). However, Kipling & King does not mention a bugle horn.
This unit became the 3rd battalion of The Prince of W... read more
5th Lancers Czapka Plate
An Edwardian-pattern, brass, lance-cap plate for The 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers with two screw fastenings (east and west). The original screw on nuts remain intact. Rowe & Carman 69/As KK718.
Note: Rowe & Carman describe this as pattern F (the last of six). read more
Tyneside Irish Shoulder Title
A scarce (part) shoulder title for the 24th-27th and 30th battalions of The Northumberland Fusiliers (Tyneside Irish) with two lug fastenings (north and south). KK1138 or Wood 480.
Note: In The Fifth Fusiliers and its Badges, Colonel Denis Wood states: "Worn on the shoulder strap of the SD service dress jacket below the battalions' numerals in gilding metal, 24, 25, 26, 27 or 30 ... read more