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The 8th (Cylist) Battalion The Essex Regiment Bi-Metal Cap Badge

A really good example with original slider to reverse and three braising / expansion holes to the reverse of the scroll. Seeded pattern to base of scroll below the sphinx (no battle honour Egypt, as worn by the 8th Cyclists. This unit was formed in 1911.

D79.2

Code: 59700Price: 40.00 GBP


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WW1 Original White Metal Cap Badge to the Guards Machine Gun Battalion - Slider

A WW1 issue die struck cap badge worn only 1917-18 by the Guards Machine Gun Battalion with original slider. much reproduced, this is a genuine example. Some service wear to crown, bullet ends and slider bent from wear. Some red added to the rose. A good stiff badge, well made, with good old yellow solder runs. Circa 5cm by 5.1cm. A hard badge to come by it you are looking for the genuine item.

K&K Vol 1, No 923 refers.

Comm FB

Code: 59656Price:


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Large School of Musketry Brass Cap Badge, 1902 - 1929?

A large brass cap badge with original slider. Some traces of red material to back of crown, as presumably worn worn with a red cloth backing to crown. This has a more upright squatter appearance than the standard badge and more detail evident on the rifle butts. The crown is held on by small tabs. Versions of this have also been encountered with 2 / 4 lugs. In very good condition. Any information welcome.

D80.6

Code: 59631Price: 45.00 GBP


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Victorian / Edwardian South Lancashire Regiment ( Prince of Wales's Own Volunteers ) Bi-metal Cap Badge

A good stiff die struck cap badge with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse. Sharp detail. Reverse has 4 braising / expansion holes to the reverse. One lug slightly squashed but it is still functional.

E18.4

Code: 59559Price: 22.00 GBP


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Royal Ulster Rifles ( RUR ) White Metal Cap Badge, King's Crown

A good white metal die struck cap badge with original slider to the reverse.

KK Vol 1 No 691 refers.

E18.5

Code: 59558Price: 20.00 GBP


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WW1 The Buffs East Kent Regiment Brass Cap Badge

A been there, done that cap badge, lots of service wear, die-stamped brass on original slider.

Comm FB

Code: 59453Price: 8.00 GBP


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Scarce Black Watch (The Royal Highlanders ) WW1 period NCOs Bi-Metal Glengarry Badge

Of three piece construction, the Wee Jimmy / St Andrew to the middle appears to be silver plated, star in white metal star with short scrolls, bronzy brass centre and sphinx. Two original lugs to rear. Lacessit spelling. Worn circa 1902 - 1937. Circa 7.6cm tall.

K&K Vol 1 No 657 refers.

Comm PG

Code: 59218Price: 85.00 GBP


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WW1 Arabic Speaker Interpreter's Small Pattern Arm Badge - New Zealand pattern?

Scarce gilt brass die struck sleeve badge with two original thin copper wire fittings (n-s) to the reverse. The head of an Egyptian sphinx. Worn on the sleeve by British, Australian, New Zealand and French army personnel who were Arab speakers. This particular pattern of decoration on the headdress is illustrated in Oldham's Badges and Insignia of hte New Zealand Army, page 99 (item 10/81). Circa 30mm tall and 32mm wide. Well made, in good condition and attractive.

Oldham 10/81

D84

Code: 59150Price: 85.00 GBP


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WW1 Durham Light Infantry ( DLI ) Other White Metal Ranks 'Fat Bugle' Variety Cap Badge

A WW1 pattern made by a particular manufacturer with a larger than average bugle, but poorly defined and cut out typical of economy production associated with WW1. Original slider and slightly polished.

Comm FB

Code: 59123Price:


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WW1 Black Watch ( Royal Highlanders ) White Metal Cap Badge - Lacesset

A very nice crisp die struck cap badge with sharp detail and two original lugs to the reverse (slight twisting from wear). Nicely shaped to fit TOS. This version with the motto spelling "Lacesset" as opposed to the alternative version found "Lacessit". As is the case with all Black Watch badges there appears to be an inability to settle on the correct spelling of this word in the motto. As worn 1902 - 1936. In very good condition.

D71.2

Code: 59084Price: 18.00 GBP

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