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Lovat Scouts Glengarry Badge

A brass glengarry badge/collar badge for The Lovat Scouts with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK1498.

Note: This is the small, collar-sized, version of this badge.

Code: 56213

25.00 GBP


Scots Guards Brodrick Cap Badge

A scarce, brass, Brodrick cap badge for The Scots Guards with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK909.

Code: 56183

75.00 GBP


1st Lanark Artillery Vols HP

A white helmet plate for The First Lanarkshire Artillery Volunteers with three lug fastenings (north, east and west). Litchfield & Westlake 126.

Note: There is some notable polish to the crown.

Code: 56180

180.00 GBP


Black Watch NCO's Post-1937 Glengarry Badge

A bi-metal, glengarry badge for a non-commissioned officer of The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK2003.

Code: 56169

90.00 GBP


Dumbartonshire Volunteers Glengarry Badge

A scarce, white metal, glengarry badge for The Dumbartonshire Volunteers with two lug fastenings (east and west). Bloomer 2, 254.

Note: Bloomer describes this badge as a glengarry badge for the 1st Dumbartonshire Volunteer Rifle Corps and dates it to c1887-1908.

Code: 56164

90.00 GBP


1st Lanark Artillery Vols Officer's HP

A rare, silver-plated, helmet plate for an officer of The First Lanarkshire Artillery Volunteers with three lug fastenings (north, east and west). The reverse bears a plaque for Hobson & Sons, 1, 3 & 5 Lexington St, London, W1. Litchfield & Westlake 126.

Note: There looks to have been some repair work behind the cannon/scroll.

Code: 56145

180.00 GBP


Tyneside Scottish Glengarry Badge

A white metal, glengarry badge for The Tyneside Scottish with two lug fastenings (east and west). Wood 450 or KK2361.

Note: Colonel Denis Wood's excellent book on The Fifth Fusiliers and its Badges notes the 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd (Service), 29th and 33rd (Reserve) battalions of the Northumberland Fusiliers were the Tyneside Scottish battalions. It describes this as the third pattern badge, dated to late 1915.

Kipling & King (volume 2, p155) ascribes this badge to the 12th (Tyneside Scottish) battalion of The Durham Light Infantry, formed in 1939, and transferred later that year as the 1st battalion The Tyneside Scottish, The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment).

Wood further states this battalion, having been suspended in 1944, was reformed in 1947 as 670th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment (Tyneside Scottish) RA and retained its own badges.

He adds "It went through several changes of artillery roles and titles until 1967 when it became, briefly, a company of the 4th/5th /6th battalion The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers. Having been reduced to a cadre in1969, it was disbanded in 1971."

I believe the earlier badges have a pin fastening and the later badges have lugs.

Code: 56142

40.00 GBP


Glasgow Highlanders Glengarry Badge

A white metal glengarry badge for The Glasgow Highlanders with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK2363.

Code: 56139

30.00 GBP


Victorian KOSB HPC

A white metal helmet plate centre for The King's Own Scottish Borderers with three loop fastenings (north, east and west). KK313.

Code: 56138

45.00 GBP


6th VB Gordons Glengarry Badge

A scarce, white metal, glengarry badge for the 6th (Keith) volunteer battalion of The Gordon Highlanders with two lug fastenings (east and west - north lug missing). Worn c1887-91.

Note: This badge usually has a third 'south' lug. This is the first one I have seen like this - perhaps a factory mistake?

Code: 56135

125.00 GBP


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