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7th ( Spilsby ) Lincolnshire Rifle Volunteers Officer 's Large Pattern White Metal Button
Circa 22mm in diameter, fixed shank (slightly bent over) and maker marked C & J Weldon & Co, London. Sharp detail.
The 7th Spilsby Corps were constituted on 7th March 1860, and brigaded with the 1st Admin Battalion as F Company. In 1881 redesignated as 1st Volunteer Battalion, The Lincolnshire Regiment.
WW1 2nd Battalion ( Territorial Force ) The Monmouthshire Regiment Brass Cap Badge - Woodward
A scarce brass cap badge for this territorial regiment as worn from 1908 to 1922. In good condition with some slight polishing to the highpoints with original slider maker marked " F. E. Woodward Bham " (correct naming style). The tail does not have the distinctive arrow-head tail, but the hint of one, either this pattern did not have one or it has sadly been broken off. Reflected in price.
Code: 58076Price: 25.00 GBP
Set of Honourable Artillery Company ( HAC ) Gilt & Enamel Mufti Enamel Blazer Buttons
A really attractive set of 10 matched buttons (my photos do not do them justice), gilt and enamel, each circa 19mm in diameter, open backed with fixed shank and maker marked London Badge & Button Co. Some slight bending to shank on one to two but still fully functional. Superb. Bling up your Blazer!
Code: 58046Price: 25.00 GBP
North York Volunteers Large Pattern White Metal Button
Circa 23mm in diameter, fixed shank and maker marked J& B Pearse & Co, London. North Riding of Yorkshire interest. In very good condtion.
Code: 57957Price: 38.00 GBP
1st Shropshire ( Shrewsbury ) Rifle Volunteers Shropshire Officer 's Large Pattern Silver Plated Button
Large pattern silver plated button, fixed shank, maker marked Jennens & Co, London, circa 25mm in diameter. Victorian crown with a central bugle with the No 48 between the stings. The garter strap as the designation 1st Bat Shropshire Rifles Volunteers. Some light tarnishing and some wear to silver plate on the high points of the button. Scarce.
The No 48 was the precedence number of the County of Shropshire, indicating the order in which the Secretary of State for War accepted each counties offer of volunteer corps.
Code: 57844Price: 55.00 GBP
1st Durham ( Fortress ) Engineer Volunteers White Metal Large Pattern Button
Scarce button, fixed shank maker marked to reverse E Stillwell & Son, Barbican, Little Britain, London. 24mm in diameter. In very good condition.
Code: 57807Price: 20.00 GBP
8th (Bury ) Lancashire Rifle Volunteers Officer 's Silver plated Medium Pattern Button
Circa19mm in diameter, fixed shank, with maker's details Jennens & Co London to the reverse. A slight edge nick to rim and tarnishing to button otherwise in very good condition with sharp detail. This unit became the 1st Volunteer Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers in 1883. So this is an early volunteer button.
Code: 57748Price: 32.00 GBP
1st Royal Surrey Militia Officer 's Silver Plated Medium Pattern Button
Circa 18mm in diameter, fixed shank, maker marked C. Pitt & Co, 50 St Martin's Lane, London. In very good condition with no wear to plate. Worn 1855 - 1881.
Ripley no 491 refers.
Code: 57613Price: 18.00 GBP
3rd West York Light Infantry Militia Silver Plated Officer 's Large Pattern Button
Circa 22mm in diameter, fixed shank, maker marked W. Dowler, Superior Quality. In very good condition with some tarnishing to silver which will clean off with a light polish. This pattern may also have been worn by some West Yorkshire Rifle Volunteer Corps.
Ripley No 502 refers.
Code: 57611Price: 25.00 GBP
3rd ( City of London ) Volunteer Battalion, The London Regiment ( The Royal Fusiliers ) Officer 's Silver Plated Large Pattern Button
Circa 24mm in diameter, fixed shank, maker marked POW feathers and Jennens & Co; London. An attractive officer 's silver plated button with great design and sharp detail and only the slightest of wear to the high-points. Worn pre-1908, after which they became the 7th Bn.
Code: 57608Price: 24.00 GBP
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