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Scarce Royal Fusiliers ( City of London Regiment ) Victorian Officers Scarlet Frock Coat Collar Badge

A scarce and very fine two part construction single large size officers gilt metal imitation embroidery grenade with a silver rose with two original lugs to the reverse. As worn horizontally in pairs on the scarlet Frock Coat in the late 1890s only. Also claimed by some as worn in the Officer's Field Service Cap. Circa 6.2cm tall and in good condition.

Churchill No 203 refers.

D80.3

Code: 59219Price: 55.00 GBP


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Dorset Regiment Officers Pair of Matched Facing Silver Plated and Enamel Collar Badges

Post 1902, male sphinx variety without tail on display. Matched and facing with two original lugs to the reverse. Two part construction. One very small enamel chip to top right of right facing collar otherwise in excellent condition.

Churchill No 1087 refers.

B6.13

Code: 59151Price: 48.00 GBP


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Somerset Light Infantry ( Prince Albert's ) Officer's Right Facing Large Pattern Collar Badge

A die cast bronze right facing collar badge with two original loops to the reverse. Sadly there is a fracture in one of the bugle strings to the top right of the "A" and the "P" looks to be detached from the left string, a bit fragile looking here. Otherwise in good condition. This badge is large and contradicts Mr Churchill's theory that such badges were all let facing and therefore more likely to be cap badges. Circa 4cm tall and 3.8cm wide.

Churchill No 430 refers.

D73.6(1)

Code: 59039Price: 10.00 GBP


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Yorkshire Regiment ( Green Howards ) Officer's Silver Plated Collar Badge

Officer's single collar badge, silver plated and die struck with two original lugs to the reverse. Some wear to the plate otherwise in good condition.

Churchill No 561 refers

Coll

Code: 58865Price: 5.00 GBP


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The Cameronians ( Scottish Rifles ) Matched Facing Pair of White Metal Collar Badges

A small die struck white metal matched facing pair of stringed bugles with the mullet star above. With original single square lug to the centre reverse of each. Circa 27mm tall. In excellent condition. Worn on No 1 Dress, circa 1953 -1960 only.


Churchill No 713 refers.

D41.12

Code: 58776Price: 20.00 GBP


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Small Matching Pair of Roman Numeral Number 10 Collar Badges

A small matched pair of brass Roman numeral X collar badges with two original elongated loops to the reverse of each. Circa 1.5cm tall and 1.2cm wide. Some service wear but in good condition. Possibly mess dress? Lincolnshire Regiment ? 10th Baluchis ? Any information welcome.

A173.2

Code: 58775Price: 65.00 GBP


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Victorian White Metal Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders ( A&SH ) Collar Badge with Scroll and Cat's Tail Up

Not come across this pattern before in white metal. It is well made with two original small cooper loops to the reverse. The one thought I had was Militia. The scroll is usually only found on officer's OSD versions. Any information welcome.

D19.11

Code: 58625Price:


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Victorian Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry ( DCLI ) Officers Gilt Enamel and Velvet Backed Collar Badge

A scarce pre 1899 officer's collar badge with the smaller pattern coronet. Enamel and velvet in undamaged condition. Original backing plates and lugs. Scarce.

D19.13

Churchill No 903 refers.

Code: 58623Price: 35.00 GBP


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Black Watch ( Royal Highland Regiment ) Officer's OSD Bronze Collar Badge

Circa 3.9cm tall, the large pattern OSD die cast bronze collar with two original lugs to the reverse. Some pitting to front which looks like it comes down to the quality of the original die otherwise in good condition.

Churchill No 1177 refers.

D19.14

Code: 58620Price: 18.00 GBP


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DCLI Duke of Cornwall 's Light Infantry Officer's Matched Facing Paif of Silver Plated Collar Badges

In stunning condition with two original silvered lugs to the reverse of each. Worn on No 1 and No 3 Dress.

Churchill No 908 refers.

D15.6

Code: 58508Price:

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