Victorian Matched Pair of Collars to the Northamptonshire Regiment, 1881 - 1902
A matched brass pair of collar badges to the Northamptonshire Regiment with Victorian crowns with two dark toned original lugs to each. Sharp detail. 2.8cm tall. Good condition. Worn from 1884 to 1901 (and from 1898, this pattern of collar was also worn on the field service cap).
Churchill No 1309 refers.
Scarce Connaught Rangers NCO's Gilt Collar Badges - Matched Facing Pair
Scarce matched facing pair of Connaught Rangers collar badges in gilt as worn by NCO's. Two original copper lugs to each. Gilt bright and in very good condition. Close to 1810 in Churchill. Circa 3.3cm wide and 2.2cm tall. read more
Northumberland Fusiliers Officer's patrol jacket gilt and silver plate collar badge
Worn on the scarlet patrol jacket by officers 1896 - 1914, and by the Bandmaster in 1905 and 1906 on the collar of the scarlet tunic. Worn horizontal left and right facing. Two part construction with two original lugs. Scarce. A bit grubby, could do with a light clean.
Col D. Wood no 229 refers. read more
Royal Scots Officer's OSD Matched Bronze Collars - Jennens & Co
WW1 vintage small (each one is only 2.5cm tall) pattern collar badges. Two part construction with centre raised above the star. Sharp detail but slight wear highpoints of thistles on each. Both backmarked J&Co ( Jennens & Co ) and with two original lugs to each. One lug twisted and both some verdigris to reverses.
Scarce WW1 16th ( Service ) Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers OSD Bronze Collar Badge
Single upright collar badge (worn vertically on the SD jacket) with St George facing left within a motto strap. This is a scarce find and according to Col. Denis Wood in his new 2nd Edition of " The Fifth Fusiliers and its Badges" a specimen pair is shown in one of Gaunt's ledgers in the National Army Museum and are annotated " 16th Battalion " which would narrow their use down to 191... read more
Scarce Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria's) gilding metal other rank's collar devices / badges ( worn 1882 - 1888 only)
The monogram of Princess Victoria (PV) together with her coronet under an Egyptian sphinx and a blank tablet (blank as manufacturer's found the device too small to include the word "Egypt). These were the forerunners of the large white metal coronet introduced in 1888. These monograms were worn on the collar with a grenade collar badge flanking it on either side. They were worn with t... read more
Northumberland Fusiliers faicing pair of officers patrol jacket gilt and silver plate collar badges
Worn on the scarlet patrol jacket by officers 1896 - 1914, and by the Bandmaster in 1905 and 1906 on the collar of the scarlet tunic. Worn horizontal left and right facing. This is a facing pair (not matching but close), two part construction with two original lugs to each. Scarce. In good condition.
Col D. Wood no 229 refers. read more
Northumberland Fusiliers ( NF ) Officer's OSD Bronze Facing and Matched Pair of Collar Badges
In very good condition with minimal wear and a facing matched pair of false bullion tall pattern collar badges, two part construction with two original lugs to each. Circa 57 mm tall. Worn 1896 - 1919.
Col. D. Wood No. 232 refers read more
Northumberland Fusiliers ( NF ) facing pair of brass collar badges
Facing pair (not quite matching but close) of Northumberland Fusiliers Other Rank's collar badges, with two original lugs to each. Some service wear evident but otherwise in good condition. Worn circa 1895 - 1939.
Col. D. Wood No. 227 refers read more
Royal Regiment of Fusiliers ( RRF ) Facing Pair Anodised Collar Badges
A good pair of facing collar badges with single central lug to each. Good condition. Also worn by Fusilier Brigade soldiers 1962 - 1968.
Col. D. Wood No. 246 refers
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