2nd Battalion Manchester Regiment Brunswick Star Officer 's Bronze OSD Forage Cap Badge / Collar - Jennens
Small bronze diecast collar badge with two original lugs to the reverse. Carries the title "2nd Bn Manchester Regiment" in the circle strap and Maker marked " J & Co " which dates it to between 1902 and 1922. Circa 3.3cm tall. In very good condition.
Churchill confirms this was unofficially worn by the regiment, usually encountered of Indian manufacture, but this one is UK ... read more
The Essex Regiment Pair of Officers OSD Bronze Collar Badges
A matched pair of bronze die cast collar badges with two original loops to the reverse (some minor bending). In very good condition. This pattern authorised for wear from 1905.
Churchill No 1233 refers.
See item 65249 for the OSD cap badge.
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WW1 Brass Universal Pattern Pioneer Battalion Other Ranks Facing Pair of Collar Badges, various units
A pair of facing brass collar badges, reasonably good match from front (slighty different wear and minor colour variation), but with different lug configuration to the rear, one has 4 of 4 original lugs to the reverse and the other 2 of 2 original lugs to the reverse. Both are in very good condition.
Introduced by sealed pattern in 1915 and marked obsolete in 1921. Worn in gildin... read more
The Cheshire Regiment Officers Silver and Gilt Collar Badge
A single silver plate and gilt die cast metal collar badge to The Cheshire Regiment. With two original loops to the reverse and sweat / braising hole to reverse of acorn. In good condition, some service wear.
Churchill No 625 refers.
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Cheshire Regiment Volunteer Battalion White Metal Facing Pair of Collar Badges
A closely matched (but not exact) facing pair, die struck in white metal with two original dark toned loops to the reverse of each. As worn from 1887. In very good condition. Scarce.
Churchill No 631 refers.
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Cheshire Regiment Militia / Volunteer Battalion Collar Badge
Die struck in white metal with two brass loops soldered to the reverse. Does not appear to have been cut down from the glengarry circlet. Possibly also worn on the field service cap but Churchill is convinced they were worn as collar badges when in white metal by either the Militia and / or Volunteer Battalions pre 1908.
The final photo shows another example on the right which... read more
Cheshire Regiment Officers OSD Bronze Collar Badge
A single die cast bronze metal collar badge to an officer of The Cheshire Regiment. With two original loops to the reverse, squeezed and slight bending but still functional and otherwise in very good condition. Post 1922 pattern. Good colour.
Churchill No 625 refers but in bronze.
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Cheshire Regiment Pair of Other Ranks Facing Collar Badges
A facing but not quite matching pair of other ranks gilding metal collar badges with two original lugs to the reverse of each. Some light polishing to the highpoints. Correctly worn with stem of acorn facing inwards towards on the collar. Slight colour variation but otherwise a reasonable match from the front. As worn from 1898 - 1922.
Churchill no 618 refers.
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