WW1 Army Cyclist Corps Other Rank's Gilding Metal Cap Badge
King's crown brass cap badge with original slider fitting to the reverse. A crowned bicycle wheel backed by a pair of crossed rifles above the tri-part title scroll, " Army Cyclist Corps ". In good dark toned condition.
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WW1 Connaught Rangers Other Rank's Gilding Metal Cap Badge
Die struck gilding metal cap badge with original slider to the reverse. In very good condition.
K&K Vol 1, No 696 refers.
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Royal Dublin Fusiliers ( RDF) ( 102nd & 103rd Foot) Bi-metal cap badge
WW1 era cap badge with original slider (with crimp marks) to the reverse and with single sweat / braising / expansion hole behind the applied animals on the grenade (most, but not all, genuine RDF badges have sweat holes behind the scroll also). In good condition with sharp detail. The regiment was disbanded in 1922.
K&K Vol 1 No 702 refers.
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Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (A&SH) NCOs Glengarry Badge
A really heavy quality silver plated cap badge with two original long copper loops to the reverse. NCO quality. A real smasher.
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2nd Battalion The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Sergeants and Pipers White Metal Glengarry Badge
A large-pattern, die struck white metal, glengarry badge as worn by sergeants and pipers of the 2nd Battalion of The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) with two original lug fastenings (east and west) in very good condition with all the fiddly bits present and correct. Circa 79mm wide (just over 3 inches) x 67mm high.
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9th Battalion (Glasgow Highlanders) Highland Light Infantry (HLI) White Metal Glengarry Badge with Tartan Cloth Badge Backing
A die struck white metal cap badge with two original copper lugs to the reverse. This pattern worn from 1908 - 1939. Complete with Government Tartan Cloth (Black Watch) Badge Backing and cotter pin. In very good condition.
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WW1 WAAC Women's Army Auxiliary Corps Officers OSD Cap Badge - Blades
An officer's service dress bronzed cap badge with two original blades to the reverse. In very good condition.
The Corps was formed March 1917 and some 7000 members served in France.
K&K Vol1 No 1066 refers.
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