Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians) Victorian / Edwardian issue Bi Metal Cap Badge - Lugs
Made from bi-metal and in good condition with two original lugs to the reverse and four sweat / brazing holes to the reverse. This is the earlier variety with straight scrolls and a broader coronet. Circa 4.3cm tall. In good condition.
K&K Vol 1 No 699 refers.
The Welsh Regiment (41st & 69th Foot) Victorian / Edwardian EdVII Issue Other Ranks Bi Metal Cap Badge
A superb example with sharp detail, braising / sweat hole to reverse and two original dark toned lugs.
In 1920 the spelling was changed to "Welch".
K&K Vol 1 No 653 refers.
Large White 15th Middlesex RVC / 14th London Regiment (London Scottish) Thistle Sporran Badge
A large cast badge with two original long screw posts to the reverse for fitting to the sporran. Circa 4.6cm tall and 42.2cm across (1 3/4 inches) In very good condition. Used as both a glengarry badge as well as a sporran badge. This pattern worn from 1880 according to Bloomer.
See MHS Bulletin pp32-33 Vol VI No 21 (August 1955) for illustration, size (1 3/4 inches) and use.... read more
Gloucestershire (Glosters) Regiment Other Ranks (Festubert pattern) Bimetal Back Badge
Die struck Bi-metal (or Festubert pattern) Other Ranks Back Badge with original slider. Nicely toned with sharp detail. This variety worn circa 1888 - 1914 and then reintroduced 1918 - 1935. Circa 3cm in diameter. See the Pagri version listed separately above.
Worcestershire Regiment Other Ranks Gilding Metal Brass Cap Star Badge, c1890 - 1895
A die struck gilding metal brass star with two original loops to the reverse. These are flat electrical connector style loops, as originally manufactured. Circa 6.9cm tall. Some minor touches of verdigris to lower section of star rays otherwise in very good condition and scarce.
Bennett No 353 refers.
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1st Gurkha Rifles Edwardian Cap Badge 1906 - 1911 only
Blackened brass die struck with two original loops to the reverse. Worn 1906 -1911 only by all ranks on the khaki helmet / gurkha forage cap. In 1947 they became part of the Indian Army. Worn on a dark green rectangular patch. Rare.
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Victorian The Kings Own Borderers ( later KOSB ) White Metal Glengarry Badge, 1881 - 1887
A large stiff die struck badge in white metal with King's Own Borderers in the circle ( No "Scottish", which was not added to the title until 1887). A lovely badge with sharp detail and two original brass loops (a good sign on an early badge) to the reverse. Circa 7.4cm tall. Worn 1884 - 1887.
Bloomer book 1, p25 (centre-right).
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Early Grenadier Guards Other Ranks Valise Badge William IV, 1830 - 1837
A large and heavily die struck gilded brass valise other ranks badge of the Grenadier Guards with the cypher for King William the Fourth (who predated Queen Victoria) with four old contemporary replacement loops. The original patterns had three iron loops and these valise badges are found with either no loops due to corrosion or with replacements, as per this one. Circa 10.7cm tall and 8.1cm... read more
The Dorsetshire Regiment (39th & 54th Foot) - Regimental Pattern Castle Other Ranks Bi-metal Cap Badge
In superb condition with sharp detail and two original loops to the reverse. Worn 1896 - 1900 only after which the standard castle pattern was introduced.
K&K Vol 1 No 650 refers.
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Rifle Brigade (Prince Consorts Own) Small Pattern other Ranks White Metal Field Service Cap Badge
Small die struck with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse. The Rifle Brigade did not wear collar badges. This is often referred to as the four-scroll badge with Battle honours to Crimea only. Circa 3.2cm tall. This one with a Victorian Crown, also found with an imperial crown. In very good condition, some squashing to the lugs but still fully functional.
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