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A scarce, bi-metal, cap badge for the 3rd (militia) battalion of The East Lancashire Regiment with a slider fastening. Worn c1902-14. KK1212.
A brass cap badge for the 11th (Royal Militia Island of Jersey) battalion of The Hampshire Regiment with a slider fastening. KK2021.
Note: The three lions face the opposite way to the badge shown in Kipling & King.
In his book The Military Insignia of Hampshire and The Isle of Wight 1702-1992, Terence Woods states "collar badges had ceased to be worn before WWII and unused 'collars' were later employed as cap badges which explains why variants with left-facing and right-facing lions exist."
A scarce, blackened brass, glengarry badge for The 24th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers (Post Office Rifles) with two lug fastenings (east and west).
A scarce, brass, cap badge for the 15th (Leeds) battalion of The Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment). KK1147.
A rare, white metal, cap badge for the 14th battalion of The Royal Irish Rifles (Young Citizen's Volunteers, Kitchener's Army) with a slider fastening. KK1153.
A scarce, white metal, cap badge for The Royal Artillery (Volunteers) with a long slider fastening. KK845.
A scarce, bronzed, cap badge for The Manchester Volunteer Regiment (WW1 Volunteer Training Corps, VTC) with a long slider fastening. KK1631.
A rare, white metal, round forage cap badge for The Second Somerset Militia with two lug fastenings (east and west). Worn c1860.
A rare, white metal, glengarry badge for The 1st Cumberland Rifle Volunteers with two lug fastenings (east and west).
A scarce, silvered and enamelled, fur cap grenade for an officer of a volunteer battalion of The Royal Fusiliers, with two screw fastenings (north and south). KK928.
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