GG G5th NCO's Cap Badge
A rare, George 5th pattern, brass (faded gilt?) cap badge for a non-commissioned officer of The Grenadier Guards with two lug fastenings (east and west). The badge has the usual strengthener behind the neck of the grenade. Slight polish. KK893. read more
RMP Shoulder Title
A scarce, white metal, shoulder title for The Royal Marine Police with two hexagonal lug fastenings (east and west). Westlake 1600 or Rawlinson 655.
Note: Westlake states the Royal Marine Police was formed in 1923 and was merged into the Admiralty Constabulary in 1949 and then became part of the Ministry of Defence Police. read more
Small Edwardian KRRC Cap Badge
A blackened brass cap badge for The King's Royal Rifle Corps with two lug fastenings (east and west). Worn c1902-04 only. KK674.
Note: This is the first, short-lived, Edwardian pattern - the same size as the small Victorian badge and without the Relief of Ladysmith/Defence of Ladysmith honours added in 1905. read more
The King's Regt Cap Badge
A large-pattern, bi-metal, cap badge for The King's Regiment (Liverpool & Manchester) with two lug fastenings (east and west). The reverse is marked Firmin. As KK2041 or Hodges p134, reference 1.
Note: This badge is approximately 45mm tall x 32mm wide. read more