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1st Volunteer Battalion ( VB) Hampshire Hants Regiment White Metal Helmet Plate Centre (HPC)

A white metal helmet plate centre to the 1st Volunteer Battalion The Hampshire Regiment. With 4 original loops to the reverse. In very good condition. Pre 1908.

D80.6

Code: 59389Price: 35.00 GBP


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1st Volunteer Battalion ( VB) King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment White Metal Helmet Plate Centre (HPC)

A white metal helmet plate centre to the 1st Volunteer Battalion Royal Lancaster Regiment. With all 4 original loops to the reverse. In very good condition and scarce. Worn until 1908 only.

D80.6

Code: 59384Price: 55.00 GBP


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4th ( Cumberland & Westmorland ) Territorial Battalion The Border Regiment Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge

A die-struck white metal issue on its original slider. The pattée arms of the cross have been blinged-up by the soldier who owned it, with the tip of a pin or pin head to increase the shine when worn by removing the stipple dot background. It is only really obvious close up. A post 1908 issue. TA Modifications reflected in price!

D80.6

K&K No 1725 refers.

Code: 59382Price: 40.00 GBP


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Victorian 4th VB The Hampshire Regiment White Metal Other Ranks Glengarry Cap Badge

A good scarce die stamped white metal example to the 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Hampshire Regiment. Two original dark toned loops to the reverse. The badge is in very good condition with sharp detail.

D80.3

Code: 59355Price: 75.00 GBP


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18th London Regiment ( London Irish Rifles) Large Silver AA Anodised Aluminium Cap Badge - Firmin

A large cap badge with long slider marked Firmin London. In very good condition.

D80.6

Code: 59344Price: 10.00 GBP


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The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Territorials Officer's Cap Badge, QEII Crown

A stunning and scarce officers frosted silver, gilt and enamel cap badge with two original silvered loops to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose in red enamel above the title scroll, "Hampshire & Isle of Wight " between crowned laurel sprays. A fabulous badge, the photos do not do it justice.

K&K Vol 2 No 2387 refers.

Code: 59319Price: 65.00 GBP


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First Devon Militia (4th Battalion Devon Regiment) Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Badge Circa 1890

The second pattern glengarry badge, die struck in a heavy quality yellow brass, introduced circa 1890. Exeter Castle with a scroll semper fidelis beneath and a bottom scroll First Devon below that. Two original brass loops (east - west). Good detail and in great condition.

K&K Vol 1 No 1185 refers.

D80.4

Code: 59316Price: 100.00 GBP


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The Royal Welsh Fusiliers ( RWF) Volunteer & Militia Battalion sOther Ranks White Metal Glengarry Grenade Badge

Die struck in white metal, looks silver plated, with two original dark toned loops to the reverse. Detail sharp. Pre 1908. Some signs of service wear but overall, a slight die flaw to left of plume, otherwise in very good condition and scarce.

D80.4

Code: 59314Price: 85.00 GBP


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Liverpool Scottish ( Queen 's Own Cameron Highlanders ) White Metal Cap Badge

White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the territorial battalion of the Cameron Highlanders. St. Andrew above a scroll, Cameron, within a wreath of thistle flanked by two more scrolls, Liverpool Scottish. Embossed Gaunt London to reverse of cross, which is quite indistinct and hard to read. Sealed on 28/3/1938. The Liverpool Scottish ceased to be the 10th Battalion King 's Regiment in 1937 and became part of the Cameron Highlanders. Much whiter in colour than the photo suggests.

K&K Vol 2 No 2364 refers.

A140.3

Code: 59303Price: 30.00 GBP


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1st Cambridge Rifle Volunteer Corps White Metal Pouch Belt Badge

Large and heavy die cast white metal NCO 's pouch belt badge with two original screw posts to the reverse. Circa 10.3cm tall. Good condition with some polishing to the detail.

As worn by the 1st RV and later the 3rd Volunteer Battalion. After various changes in structure and name in 1887 the 1st Cambridshire RV Corps became the 3rd (Cambridgeshire) Volunteer Battalion Suffolk Regiment, and they continued to wear this pattern of pouch belt plate.

See the following URL: http://www.cambridgeshireregiment1914-18.co.uk/origins.html

A124.1

Code: 59302Price: 155.00 GBP

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