East Yorks Regt (1916) Cap Badge
A WW1 economy issue, brass, cap badge for The East Yorkshire Regiment with a slider fastening. KK609. read more
5th, 7th-9th DLI Officer's Cap Badge
A scarce, silver-plated, cap badge for an officer of the 5th, 7th, 8th and 9th (territorial) battalions of The Durham Light Infantry with two lug fastenings (east and west). The reverse is stamped ‘P' to indicate silver plate. KK1748. read more
Anodised OBLI Beret Badge
An anodised aluminium beret badge for The Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry with a slider fastening (marked J.R. Gaunt London). KK2005. read more
APTC Cap Badge
A King's crown, chromed, cap badge for The Army Physical Training Corps with a slider fastening. KK2154. read more
15th Hussars Collar Badges
A pair of bi-metal collar badges for The 15th (King's) Hussars, each with three lug fastenings (north, east and west). Churchill & Westlake 29.
Note: This pattern of collar badge was also worn by The 15th/19th Hussars but the three lug fastenings suggest them to be early Edwardian examples. read more
T/9/Hants Shoulder Title
A brass shoulder title for the 9th (territorial, cyclist) battalion of The Hampshire Regiment with three lug fastenings (north, east and west). Westlake 1113.
Note: Westlake state this unit, with its headquarters in Southampton, was formed in 1911 and disbanded in 1920. read more
RB Post-1881 Glengarry Badge
A white metal glengarry badge for The Rifle Brigade with two lug fastenings (east and west - possibly replacements, one bent over almost completely). KK588. read more
Hants Regt FS Cap Badge
A brass field service cap badge for The Hampshire Regiment with two lug fastenings (east and west). Approximately 21mm tall x 30mm wide. Woods 1.43 or Churchill 1001.
Terence Woods, in his book on The Military Insignia of Hampshire and The Isle of Wight, states this badge was worn circa 1881-1902 (in brass or bronze). read more
RAChD Cap Badge
A scarce, early pattern, blackened brass cap badge for an officer of The Royal Army Chaplain’s Dept (Christian Division) with two blade fastenings (east and west). KK973. read more
4th Northants Cap Badge
A scarce, bi-metal cap badge for the 4th (territorial) battalion of The Northamptonshire Regiment with a (slightly clipped) slider fastening and the usual 'sweathole' construction. KK1742. read more