Edwardian issue Durham Light infantry ( DLI ) Other Rank's White Metal Cap Badge - on lugs
An early pattern die struck white metal cap badge with two original lugs to the reverse. Circa 4.2cm tall. In Excellent condition with sharp detail.
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East India Company Regiment - Cast Brass Pouch Badge - Assaye Battle Honour
Cast gilt brass pouch badge, very early item. Possibly once on two loops, but now with single long screw post to centre back. Some wear to gilt. Possibly made for one of the East India Company regiments entitled to the battle honour for Assaye 1803, won by Arthur Wellesley, later Duke of Wellington. Circa 4cm wide and 3.2cm tall. Elephant attractively decorated around the face and neck area.
Durham Light Infantry ( DLI) Embroidered DLI Regimental Cloth Pagri Badge / Flash
Worn pre WW2, interwar issue. Woven red on green felt cloth. Hessian backed and has some age to it. In good condition.
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East Lancashire Regiment Bi-metal Cap Badge - Edwardian issue
Die struck with two original lugs to the reverse, expansion hole behind the brass rose. Good sharp detail and a nice stiff badge - a really nice example and an Edwardian issue cap badge.
Durham Light Infantry ( DLI ) Victorian Pattern Other Rank's White Metal Cap Badge
Two original dark toned lugs to the reverse (north - south). Circa 4.2cm tall. A wonderful die struck striking with sharp detail. A cracking badge.
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Victorian / Edwardian Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders ( A&SH ) Other Rank's Pagri Badge
Non -voided die struck Victorian / Edwardian pattern pagri badge for wear on the sun helmet, with original long slider to reverse. A good well struck stiff badge in excellent condition with sharp detail. Cat's tail up! At circa 8cm tall and 6cm wide, this was the largest cap badge in the British Army.
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Edwardian Pattern Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders ( A&SH ) White Metal Cap Badge ( Cat with Tail Up)
The largest cap badge worn in the the British Army, this is die struck white metal with two original lugs to the reverse. Voided centre ( 8 voids) but this is the more unsual pattern where the Sutherland cat has its "tail up". See close up photo. Circa 8cm tall and 6.2cm wide. Some minor service wear to highpoints and slight split in one tip of laurel stem at base of badge. Scarce. ... read more
Victorian / Edwardian Pattern Scots Guards Brass Cap Badge - For Slouch hat?
An unusual cap badge with two lugs mounted to the top of the star and a sharp little brass hook at the bottom. It may have had lug removed further down, but it only looks like one. Most odd. This reminds me of badges worn by other units on the slouch hat. I wonder whether this was worn by the mounted infantry section of the Scots Guards which would date it to around 1895 and after. ... read more
5th VB Durham Light Infantry (DLI) White Metal Other Ranks Cap Badge
This pattern (note crown) attributed to the 5th (Gateshead) Volunteer Battalion, the Durham Light Infantry. Worn until 1908. It has a contemporary repair to/replacement slider but this has been very well done. Polished condition and worn, but an unusual pattern crown and scarce. Condition reflected in price.
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Scarce Connaught Ranger's Indian Mess Servant Badge and Large Button
Sold together as found. Elephant badge is a heavy solid cast brass with with two small lugs (north - south). Apparently worn on the front of the tunic and not the headdress. Circa 4cm wide and 3cm tall.
The button is gilt bronze with some wear to gilt and has an indent near the ear of the elephant. It has a fixed shank and is 27mm in diameter. Maker marked Woodrow & Co, Lo... read more