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WW1 / WW2 Canada Canadian General Service Maple Leaf Bronze Cap Badge - Roden Bros

WW1 / WW2 Canada Canadian General Service Maple Leaf Bronze Cap Badge - Roden Bros

A bronze die struck cap badge with two original flat connector style loops to the reverse and embossed Roden Bros and rather tantalizingly a date after it but only '19...' is visible. Circa 3.9cms tall and 3.7cms wide. In very good condition. From the link below this appears to be the Type 1 badge, used by CEF, but also issued to units in WW2.

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Code: 64528

15.00 GBP

WW1 Royal Newfoundland Regiment Brass Cap Badge

WW1 Royal Newfoundland Regiment Brass Cap Badge

Scarce yellow brass king's crown cap badge with two original loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse of antlers on either side of the crown (this is hard to read as with a lot of Scully marked badges). A stag's head in profile surmounted by the crown above a furled scroll bearing the title, " Newfoundland".

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Code: 64488

155.00 GBP

Canadian Militia 9th Regiment Pair of White Metal Collar Badges, circa 1900 - 1920

Canadian Militia 9th Regiment Pair of White Metal Collar Badges, circa 1900 - 1920

In good condition with two original loops to the reverse of each (some bending). The motto force a superbe mercy a foible belongs to the Quebec Voltigeurs.

Les Voltigeurs de Québec originated in Quebec City, Quebec on 7 March 1862 as The 9th Battalion Volunteer Militia Rifles, Canada (or "'Voltigeurs of Quebec'"). It was redesignated the 9th Regiment Voltigeurs de Québec on 8 M... read more

Code: 64487

65.00 GBP

Canadian Militia 98th Regiment (Kenora Light Infantry) Brass Cap / Collar Badge

Canadian Militia 98th Regiment (Kenora Light Infantry) Brass Cap / Collar Badge


In good condition with two original loops (some bending). Circa 3.9cms tall. Worn Circa 1910.

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Code: 64486

35.00 GBP

Canadian Militia 101st Regiment (Edmonton Fusiliers) Brass Collar Badge, Circa 1909 - 1914

Canadian Militia 101st Regiment (Edmonton Fusiliers) Brass Collar Badge, Circa 1909 - 1914


An interesting design incorporating the number 101 flanked by a couple of bears. In good condition with two original loops to the reverse.

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Code: 64483

25.00 GBP

Canadian Militia The 7th Regiment (Fusiliers) Copper Collar badge, 1906-1914

Canadian Militia The 7th Regiment (Fusiliers) Copper Collar badge, 1906-1914

In very good condition with two original loops to reverse. Same design as cap badge but smaller at circa 3.2cms tall.

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Code: 64482

25.00 GBP

WW2 Canadian Army Trade Proficiency Embroidered White T on Khaki Cloth Disc

WW2 Canadian Army Trade Proficiency Embroidered White T on Khaki Cloth Disc

Sealed 12th May 1943, khaki melton embroidered with a white letter T, hessian backed. In very good condition. believed to be a Canadian HQ female typist and telephonist qualification badge, but happy to be corrected.

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Code: 63302

12.00 GBP

WW2 Canadian Infantry Corps Woven Formation Sign Designation Flash

WW2 Canadian Infantry Corps Woven Formation Sign Designation Flash

Removed from uniform, in good overall condition.

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Code: 63286

15.00 GBP

Canada - Toronto Public School Cadets Brass Cap Badge

Canada - Toronto Public School Cadets Brass Cap Badge

A rare pre WW1 Toronto Public School Cadet Corps gilt brass glengarry cap badge, circa 5.5cm tall. This is the second type with the tree and beaver to the centre (the first type carried the portrait head of Queen Victoria to the centre). Two original loops to the reverse. Some polishing / loss of detail to central device and the word "Perseverance" otherwise in very good condition. A rare bad... read more

Code: 63532

125.00 GBP

WW2 Canada - 14th Canadian Tank Regiment (Calgary Regiment) Bi-Metal Cap Badge - Scully

WW2 Canada - 14th Canadian Tank Regiment (Calgary Regiment) Bi-Metal Cap Badge - Scully

Die struck with bronze brass overlays. two original loops and maker marked W Scully Montreal (partly obscured by one of the lugs). Circa 49 mm tall, in very good condition. This is the WW2 pattern. The badge pattern changed from this design in 1946 - 1949.

This Canadian Armoured Regiment, was part of Operation Jubilee ( raid on Dieppe in 1942). The 14th Army Tank Regiment ... read more

Code: 64440

Reserved