1st London Divisional Cyclists Cap Badge
A rare, brass, cap badge for The 1st/1st London Divisional Cyclist Company with a slider fastening. KK1873.
Note: Kipling & King states: "Formed in February 1916 for the 58th (London) Division. In May 1916, with 5th and 14th Cyclist companies, formed the 6th Corps Cyclist Battalion which was later the 6th Cyclist Battalion and a unit of The Army Cyclist Corps. read more
KRRC (Militia) Cap Badge
A scarce, King's crown, brass cap badge for a militia battalion of The King's Royal Rifle Corps with a slider fastening (note the South Africa honour). Worn c1905-08.
Note: These badges are usually found in blackened brass. This badge may have been blackened previously but there is little evidence of any residue. read more
Birmingham Battalion Mufti Badge
A brass and enamel mufti badge for the 14th-16th (1st-3rd Birmingham) battalions of The Royal Warwickshire Regiment with a pin fastening. The reverse is marked for manufacturer J.W. Dingley B'ham.
Note: The usual buttonhole fastening has been replaced with the pin fastening.
These badges were worn by the three 'Birmingham Pals' battalions of Kitchener's Army before... read more
City of London Vol Regt (VTC) Cap Badge
A brass (previously bronzed?) cap for The City of London Volunteer Regiment (part of the WW1 Volunteer Training Corps movement) with two lug fastenings (east and west), The reverse bears a plaque for manufacturer J.R. Gaunt London. KK1645 read more