+44 (0)7411 113584

mike@qmsmilitaria.com

HOME PAGECONTACT USTERMSON-LINE SHOPVIEW BASKET


click for more images

Northamptonshire Regiment Bi-Metal Cap Badge

Second pattern castle ( standard pattern ) with original slider to reverse. Die struck badge with good sharp detail. Stiff, solid badge in very good condition. Circa 4.6cm tall.

Comm FB

Code: 57384Price: 8.00 GBP


click for more images

Very Large Pattern Rifle Brigade White Metal Badge

Circa 7.1cm tall and 5.2cm across, with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse. Battle honours to South Africa which suggests pre 1920. Some polishing to highpoints of battle honours on the scroll. Possibly for wear as a pouch badge or on a belt.

Code: 57308Price: 45.00 GBP


click for more images

The Suffolk Regiment WW1 Brass Economy Issue Cap Badge

A WW1 all brass economy issue cap badge to the Suffolk Regiment. With original slider to the reverse. Dark patina, good detail.

K&K No 605 refers

Coll.

Code: 57307Price:


click for more images

The Leicestershire Regiment Large Pattern Bi-Metal Cap Badge

Good stiff and heavy original badge with original slider. Some polishing to stripes on tiger, but not too severe and remains of paper label on slider. Good condition otherwise. Circa 4.3cm tall and 4.8cm wide.

Code: 57306Price: 6.00 GBP


click for more images

Duke of Cornwall 's Light Infantry DCLI White Metal Cap Badge

Has seen some service wear as evidenced by some denting to edges of bugle and some polishing to high points. Curved to fit hat and retaining original slider.

Code: 57305Price: 5.00 GBP


click for more images

Small Gloucestershire Regiment Brass Back Badge

Circa 2cm across, small back badge for wear on the reverse of the beret, with two original lugs to reverse. No badge collection is complete without one!

The 28th Foot (1st Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment from 1st July 1881) had the unique honour of wearing a back badge in recognition of their distinguished conduct when engaged by cavalry both to the front and rear in the Battle before Alexandria in 1801. This distinction was authorised in 1830.

Code: 52020Price: 6.00 GB

Code: 57304Price: 6.00 GBP


click for more images

WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) 3rd pattern Other Rank 's White Metal Cap Badge, introduced Late 1915

In very good condition with two original long loops to the reverse. Some bending to the loops otherwise a fine looking badge. May also have been worn later by Tyneside Scottish when not part of the Northumberland Fusiliers ( DLI / Black Watch / RA).

Circa 5.6cm tall and 5.2cm wide.

Col D Wood No 450 refers.

B23.3

Code: 57249Price: 35.00 GBP


click for more images

14th Battalion ( Young Citizens ) Royal Irish Rifles White Metal Cap Badge

A good scarce die-stamped white metal example with sharp detail on original slider.

Raised in Belfast in September 1914 from the Belfast Volunteers. Landed in France at Boulogne in October 1915.

Code: 57167Price: 165.00 GBP


click for more images

Royal Scots Fusiliers Glengarry Cap Badge converted to Pouch fitting

The standard sized king' s crown glengarry badge with lugs removed and converted to two screw posts for fitting. This has been reasonably neatly done but there is some twisting to the badge the flames in particular. Condition reflected in price.

A183

Code: 57120Price: 5.00 GBP


click for more images

Irish Guards Brass Cap Badge

Irish Guards Star Cap Badge in die struck brass metal. A good stiff badge with two original lugs to the reverse. Sharp detal.

B14.6

Code: 57023Price: 14.00 GBP

Website designed & maintained by Concept500