Royal Scots NCO's Glengarry Badge
A bi-metal cap badge for a non-commissioned officer of The Royal Scots with two lug fastenings (east and west). Some polish to the centre. As KK1955.
Note: The pin holding the centre in place is missing, now replaced with a re-formed safety pin. read more
Yorkshire Regt Officer's HM Cap Badge
A nice, silver, cap badge for an officer of The Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Yorkshire with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK2044.
The reverse bears hallmarks for JRG&S (manufacturer J.R. Gaunt & Sons), Birmingham, sterling silver and the capital letter X (with serif) for 1972.
Note: The Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Yorkshire was created in 1958 by t... read more
Anodised SLI Collar Badges
A scarce pair of, anodised aluminium, collr badges for The Somerset Light Infantry, each with a single (central) lug fastening. Churchill 418.
Note: Churchill states "although manufactured it is doubtful if they were ever worn due to the amalgamation of the regiment in 1959".
He adds "the sealed pattern... shows a single-lugged variant" (this pattern). read more
18/W. York Shoulder Title
A scarce brass shoulder title for the 18th battalion of The West Yorkshire Regiment with two lug fastenings (east and west). Westlake 889.
Note: Westlake states this battalion was raised in 1915 as the 2nd Bradford (service) battalion (Bradford Pals) and disbanded in 1918. This short-lived unit was part of Kitchener's Army. read more
ETS Cap Badge
A silver-plated and gilt cap badge for an officer of The Educational and Training Services with two lug fastenings (north and south).
Note: The ETS is an all-officer, all-graduate branch of The Adjutant General's Corps, which superseded the Royal Army Educational Corps in 1992. read more