Grenade/Inniskilling Shoulder Titles
A (non-matching) pair of two-piece, brass, shoulder titles for The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers with two lugs on the grenade (north and south) and two lugs on the main part of the title (east and west). Westlake 1011.
Note: Westlake states this title was worn c1927. read more
King's County Round Forage Cap Badge
A rare, brass, round forage cap badge for The King's County Royal Rifles (Militia) with one lug fastening (west, as viewed from the rear, with the east lug missing and remnants of a solder replacement). Worn circa 1858. KK1283.
Note: This unit became the 3rd battalion of The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians) in 1881. read more
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. read more
RIF Brodrick Cap Badge
A rare, bi-metal, Brodrick cap badge for The Royal Irish Fusiliers with a slider fastening and the usual ‘sweathole’ construction. KK693.
Note: Early versions of Kipling & King say this badge was worn with a small coronet, later versions say it was worn without a coronet.
The Military Historical Society's 2020 special publication "A Monstrous Piece of Cloth" The Br... read more
Inniskilling Fusiliers Officer's Collar Badge
A nice two-piece, silver-plated, collar badge for an officer of The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, with two lugs on the castle (east and west) and two more lugs on the scroll (east and west). Churchill 758.
Note: Churchill states: "After WWII, officer's wore on their No.1 and No.3 dress, the castle of Inniskilling with a separate 'Inniskilling' scroll above, all in silver. These a... read more