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6th Inniskillings Dragoons NCO's White Metal Arm Badge On Primrose Yellow Backing Cloth

The second pattern all white metal die struck arm badge as noted in Pate 17.6 (B) of Linaker and Dine, and worn circa 1914 - 1928, after which time the horse of the 5th Dragoon Guards was adopted as the NCO's arm badge. Circa 42mm tall and 44mm wide, lugs east - west (circa 25mm to each inner part of loop). This appears to have been plated as there is some wear to the finish on the left turret and left tip of scroll and the copper is showing through. Not to be confused with the bi-metal cap badge of similar proportions. Rare.

Linaker & Dine Plate 17.6(B) refers.

C23.1

Code: 58722Price: 150.00 GBP


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7th Queen's Own Hussars NCO's White Metal Arm Badge on Correct Scarlet Felt Backing

As worn until 1958, this is in white metal with two original loops NS to the reverse (one bent slightly downwards) with scarlet felt backing. The scarlet backing was granted at the request of the Commanding Officer who was perturbed that the Regiment might be mistaken for the Army Catering Corps because both had similar shaped badges. A St Edward's (QEII) crown was never worn by the 7H. Circa 54mm tall and 35mm wide.

Linaker & Dine Plate 20.1(A) refers.

C23.1

Code: 58721Price: 45.00 GBP


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8th King' s Royal Irish Hussars NCO's White Metal Arm Badge with Green Felt Backing, King's Crown

A die struck white metal king's crown NCO's sleeve badge with three original loops to the reverse. The Angel Harp surmounted by the crown. This pattern also worn 5th ( Royal Irish ) Lancers and 16th/5th The Queen's Royal Lancers, just remove the green backing. This example voided between the harp strings which is not often encountered.

Linaker & Dine Plate 23.1 refers

C23.1

Code: 58720Price: 48.00 GBP


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8th King's Royal Irish Hussars / The Queen's Own Royal Irish Hussars NCO's White Metal Arm Badge with Green Felt Backing, Queen's Crown

A die struck white metal Queen's crown NCO's sleeve badge with two original loops to the reverse (bottom one appears to have re-affixed). The Angel Harp surmounted by the crown. This pattern also worn 16th/5th ( Royal Irish ) Lancers (just remove the green backing) and 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars prior to 1958 (with the green backing).

Linaker & Dine Plate 42.5 refers

C23.1

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Code: 58719Price:


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13th / 18th Royal Hussars ( Queen Mary's Own) NCO's Chromed White Metal Arm Badge

A 1970s issue, flat die cast in chrome with two original lugs to the reverse. Circa 39mm tall and 42mm wide with loops EW (19mm gap). With dark blue felt backing. It came with this but cannot determine whether this is correct or not. It certainly displays better with it.

Linaker & Dine Plate No 33.3(E) refers.

C23.1

Code: 58718Price: 35.00 GBP


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3rd Dragoon Guards / 10th Royal Hussars / 12th Royal Lancers Hallmarked Silver Regulation Pattern Cavalry Arm Badge, h/m 1884
WOs and Sergeants hallmarked silver arm badge. Maker marked WTM ( W T Morphen ) to rear and London date letter I for 1884 down the front spine of the central feather (as are the letters WTM). Some crudely engraved regimental stock control notations to reverse 7/86 and the no 1. Hollow cast construction with backing plate and two of three loops remaining. An attempted old repair to the missing loop. A good large heavy badge and circa 5.5cm tall and 5.7cm wide with good detail.

All three regiments were affiliated to the Prince of Wales and had the same sealed pattern arm badge, 376/1867.

See Linaker & Dine Plate 8.1 and page 100.

C23.1

Code: 58669Price: 265.00 GBP


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3rd Carabiniers ( Prince of Wales's Own Dragoon Guards ) NCO's Bi Metal Arm Badge

A good scarce 2 part die stamped bi metal example . Two loops to the reverse. Some tarnishing to plate otherwise in very good condition. Pre 1971.

Linaker & Dine Plate 10.1 refers.

C23.1

Code: 58637Price: 45.00 GBP


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4 / 7th Dragoon Guards Anodised Aluminium aa NCO's Arm Badge

Anodised Aluminium (AA) version with two original loops to the reverse. AA was introduced in 1969. Would have been worn on a black circular felt backing.


Linaker & Dine Plate 15.1 refers.

C23.1

Code: 58636Price: 20.00 GBP


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4 / 7th Dragoon Guards White Metal NCO's Arm Badge

A good scarce die stamped white metal example with serrated edges to the rays (post WW2 issue). Two original loops to the reverse with some service wear. Mounted on black felt circlet (stiffened to reverse with white card). In very good condition.

Linaker & Dine Plate 15.1 B refers.

C23.1

Code: 58635Price: 35.00 GBP


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Royal Scots Dragoon Guards NCO's Bi Metal Arm Badge

Bi Metal arm badge with all three original loops to reverse. In excellent condition with minor service wear to loops. Would have been worn on a mourning black back backing. Circa 47mm tall and 38mm wide.

Formed in 1971 by amalgamation of the 3rd Carabiniers and Royal Scots Greys.

Linaker & Dine Plate 12.1 refers.

C23.1

Code: 58634Price: 35.00 GBP

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