Cheshire Regt HPC
A bi-metal helmet plate centre for The Cheshire Regiment with all four of its staple-style loops intact. KK309. read more
RAOC Officer's Beret Badge
A silver-plated and gilt beret badge for The Royal Army Ordnance corps with two lug fastenings (east and west). The reverse is marked for manufacturer J.R. Gaunt London. KK2126. read more
North Staffs (1916) Cap Badge
A WW1 economy issue, brass, cap badge for The North Staffordshire Regiment with a slider fastening. Some polish. KK678. read more
Anodised Glasgow Highlanders Glengarry Badge
An anodised aluminium glengarry badge for The Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment), The Glasgow Highlanders with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK2400.
Note: This unit was part of The Territorial Army Volunteer Reserve (TAVR). read more
Victorian DCLI HP
A nice, brass, helmet plate for The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry with two staple-style loops on the backplate and all four intact on the centre. There is red felt backing to the centre. KK287/323.
Note: This plate is a 'marriage', as the two pieces were not originally together, although the colour of the two pieces matches very nicely. read more
Monkton Combe School Cap Badge
A white metal cap badge for The Monkton Combe School (Bath) Officer Training Corps with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK2628. read more
Anodised Belfast OTC Cap Badge
An anodised aluminium cap badge for The Queen's University (Belfast) Officer Training Corps with a slider fastening (marked ). KK2439. read more
RF Officer’s Collar Badge
A (somewhat faded) silver-plated and gilt collar badge for an officer of The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) with two lug fastenings (north and south). The reverse is stamped ‘P’ to indicate silver plate. Churchill 200. read more
Jewish Pals Cap Badge
A rare, brass, cap badge for the 38th, 39th 40th and 42nd battalions of The Royal Fusiliers with a slider fastening. KK1145.
These units were part of the 'pals' battalions of Kitchener's Army, raised during WW1. read more
9th Foot Pork Pie Cap Badge
A scarce, brass, pork pie cap badge for The 9th Foot (later 1st battalion of The Norfolk Regiment) with two lug fastenings (north and south). read more