Kings Shropshire Light Infantry KSLI Bi - Metal Cap Badge
Bi metal die struck full size cap badge with original slider . Some signs of service wear, a bit grubby and slight polishing to highpoints, otherwise in good condition.
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WW1 Royal Welsh Fusiliers (RWF) BI Metal Cap Badge
A pre 1920 example with original slider and three sweat / braising holes to the reverse. I good overall condition.
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12th London Regiment ( The Rangers ) Blackened Cap Badge
A blackened die struck brass cap badge with original slider (tip bent over to retain it in cap). This is the third pattern king's crown cap badge as worn 1937 - 1952, when they became part of the KRRC. Some wear to finish but this is attractive and gives it a good patina.
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WW1 Notts & Derby (TF) Brass Cap Badge - Lugs - Gaunt Plaque
A die stamped example with two original lugs as opposed to a slider a maker marked with an original JR Gaunt Tablet. Often mistaken for an economy badge, but believed to have been independently commissioned as opposed to War Office issued for one of the Territorial Battalions of this Regiment. Scarce. Some signs of service wear otherwise in good condition.
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WW1 Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consorts Own) White Metal Other Rank's Cap Badge - Larger Pattern
Die struck white metal badge with original slider. Some polishing which makes reading the battle honours a little challenging but this is only light polishing.
Worn 1910 - 1937, carrying 16 battle honours (fourteen on the scroll) - 15 Peninsula War battle honour scrolls and Waterloo. The inner circlet is inscribed "Rifle Brigade". (The regiment was finally entitled to 1... read more
5th City of London Battalion ( The London Rifle Brigade ) White Metal Cap Badge - voided centre
Die-struck white metal. This is the variant with the voided centre. Original slider to the reverse. In very good condition. Post 1919 as this pattern bears the battle honours for WW1. See 63597 for the WW1 pattern.
K&K No 1821 refers.
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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 The Royal Irish Regiment Other Ranks Cap Badge - Smith & Wright
A die struck gilding metal cap badge very dark toned or with a slightly bronzed finish applied. Signs of service wear, has the correct strengthening bar behind the crown and the correct naming style for this pattern of badge as made by Smith & Wright of Birmingham in WW1. Reinforcing bars are very common on King's Crown Royal Irish Regiment and Connaught Rangers badges where fitted with slider... read more
Kings Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry) (KOYLI) Other Ranks WW1 All Brass Economy Pattern Cap Badge
The smallest cap badge in the British army, with original slider to the reverse. In worn but good condition. The usual pattern has a white metal rose to the centre but this is the all-brass WW1 economy version (Gaylor confirms they wore an all-brass economy pattern in WW1). Scarce.
K&K Vo1 1 No 670 refers
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WW1 Welsh Regiment Bi-Metal Cap Badge
Bi-Metal die struck cap badge with original slider and braising / sweat hole behind coronet. Some black paint to slider otherwise in good condition.
In 1920 the spelling was changed to "Welch".
K&K Vol 1 No 653 refers.
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