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Conn.Rangers Shoulder Title

A scarce, brass, shoulder title for The Connaught Rangers with two lug fastenings (east and west). Westlake 1405.

Note: Westlake states this title came into use in 1914.

Code: 56591

40.00 GBP


Victorian RA Officer's HP

A very nice, gilt, helmet plate for an officer of The Royal Artillery with four lug fastenings. As KK806.

Note: This is a somewhat unusual example, with four lugs and with the gun separated from the Unique scroll.

Code: 56590

125.00 GBP


The Queen's Regt Officer's Collar Badges

A pair of silver and gilt collar badges for an officer of The Queen's Regiment (Royal West Surrey), each with two lug fastenings (east and west). The gilt is slightly faded. Worn c1904-20. Churchill 44.

From the Ron Handley collection.

Code: 56589

20.00 GBP


Victorian RAMC Cap Badge

A brass cap badge for The Royal Army Medical Corps with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK1006.

Code: 56588

35.00 GBP


Anodised North Staffs Cap Badge

An anodised aluminium cap badge for The North Staffordshire Regiment with a slider fastening (marked J.R. Gaunt London). KK678.

Code: 56587

20.00 GBP


RMF Cap Badge

A bi-metal cap badge for The Royal Munster Fusiliers with a slider fastening. KK701.

Code: 56586

25.00 GBP


16th Lancers Czapka Plate

A Victorian, brass, lance-cap plate for The 16th Lancers with two screw fastenings (east and west - one a crude repair). As KK722 or Rowe & Carman 91.

Rowe & Carman highlight this as pattern 'E' with 13 battle honours. It suggests the same pattern plate was worn c1848-1900.

Code: 56585

100.00 GBP


3rd Hussars Cap Badge

A bi-metal cap badge for The 3rd (King's) Hussars with a slider fastening. KK753.

Code: 56584

30.00 GBP


Essex Yeomanry Cap/Collar Badge

A brass cap/collar badge for The Essex Yeomanry with two lug fastenings (east and west). KK1491.

Note: Kipling & King states this version was worn c1909-16.

However, Michael Wood's book on The Badges and Insignia of the Essex Yeomanry (reference 28/38) disagrees.

It states: "The direction to change the Guidon motto [from Audacter Et Sincere] was given in 1909 but it is believed that when badge 26 [with the motto on a separate scroll below the circlet] was sealed in gilding metal in 1916 this pattern was sealed alongside it as the collar badge (and the officers adopted it as a gilt collar in 1919).

"The evidence suggests it was not worn as a cap badge until World War 2. Both gilt and gilding metal versions are lugged.

"The badge was worn on the FSC [field-service cap] and general service caps, and also on the beret during World War 2 and after (for a period with a red felt backing for the gilding metal other rank's badge, echoing the slouch hat badges of the Imperial Yeomanry era)."

Code: 56583

25.00 GBP


NDC OSD Cap Badge

An officer's service dress, bronzed, cap badge for The National Defence Company with two blade fastenings (east and west). KK2162.

Code: 56582

35.00 GBP


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