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Hertfordshire ( Territorial ) Regiment Bronze Other Rank 's Cap Badge - wide antlers pattern

Brass wide antlers pattern cap badge with original slider. In good condition.


Code: 57476Price: 18.00 GBP

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Cambridgshire Regiment Cap Badge ( without the E )

The Cambridgeshire was a Territorial Battalion. This is the version of the cap badge with the incorrect spelling. Bi-metal with original slider, a good stiff badge, in good overall condition with slight verdigris to top left of scroll. Sealed pattern 26th May 1916.

K&K 1817 refers.


Code: 57475Price: 16.00 GBP

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2nd ( Territorial ) Battalion The Monmouthshire Regiment, Wales Brass Shoulder Title, Wales

A one piece shoulder title with three original lugs to the reverse and original backing plate with cotter pins. Post 1920. In excellent condition. Of Welsh interest.

Westlake No 1482 refers


Code: 57348Price: 55.00 GBP

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3rd Volunteer Battalion ( V.B. ) ( Carnarvon ) Royal Welsh Fusiliers ( RWF ) White Metal Cap Badge, Blades, Wales

A die struck white metal cap badge with sharp detail and four original and flexible blades to the reverse. Worn 1897 - 1908. Of Welsh interest. Became the 6th ( Territorial Force ) Battalion in 1908. Formed in 1897 from Carnarvonshire and Flintshire companies. Scarce.


Code: 57347Price: 225.00 GBP

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Royal Cumberland Militia ( 3rd Border Regiment ) Militia Officer 's OSD Bronze Cap Badge

A militia officer 's OSD forage cap badge in die cast bronze with two original lugs to the reverse. Solid centre variety. Circa 5cm tall. Circa 1902 - 1908. In great condition and scarce.

As K&K Vol 1 No 1221, but in bronze


Code: 57190Price: 155.00 GBP

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4th Durham Rifle Volunteers Other Ranks Helmet , circa 1880 - 1887

A scarce maltese cross pattern blackened helmet plate with three original lugs to the reverse. Would have been worn with a red velvet backing cloth. In very good condition, only obvious defect being a slight twisting to one edge of the cross arm on the left closest to crown (see final photo), but now I am being picky! Scarce.

The rifle volunteer companies of the 1st Administrative Battalion ( Durham City, Beamish, Chester-le-street, Birtley and the Felling Corps ) under the colonelcy of the Earl of Durham and the command of Lieut-Col Joicey (Beamish Corps) were re-designated as the 4th Durham Rifle Volunteers in the 1880 reorganisation. In 1887 they were redesignated as the 4th Volunteer Battalion, DLI.


Code: 57101Price:

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Volunteer Rifle Corps Glengarry Bronze Brass Bugle Horn

Good patina, bronze brass generic pattern volunteer rifle corps ( VRC ) glengarry bugle cap badge. Two lugs to the reverse, fixed in place with old silver solder. They look original but may have been refixed/ strengthened at one time.

Circa 4.2cm tall and 4.6cm wide.

Comm FB

Code: 57044Price: 22.00 GBP

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Oxfordshire Rifle Volunteers Silver Plated Glengarry Badge, pre 1887

An attractive die stamped silvered copper glengarry badge, 6cm tall and 4.7cm wide. Two lugs to the reverse (east-west) with slightly flattened tops presumably to ease wear. In very good condition and dark toned to front. The number '7' in the strap at the bottom indicates the order of precedence for the County of Oxfordshire rifle volunteers in the UK (See Directory of Rifle Volunteers by Westlake, p46). Worn by an officer or senior NCO.

Code: 57019Price: 175.00 GBP

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17th County of London ( Poplar and Stepney Rifles ) ( Territorials ) Blackened Brass Cap Badge, 1908 - 1911 only

Blackened brass, die struck and with original slider. Good strong badge, Blank tablet below crown and Battle Honours South Africa 1899 1902 on the arms of the cross. Finish in excellent condition. Partly un-voided. Created in 1908. QVC crown to bugle in the central device was apparently only worn until about 1911, making this a scarce badge.

Comm StF

Code: 56950Price: 55.00 GBP

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Early Rifle Volunteer Corps ( RVC ) brass shako badge and pouch badge set

Pouch badge is the darker of the two, but came together so reluctant to split. Brass die struck, with original fixings to reverse. Shako badge is circa 4.3cm tall and the pouch badge is 4cm tall. Circa 1860 - 1880.

Comm FB

Code: 56943Price: 75.00 GBP

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