30th Cavalry - Pakistan Army Brass Shoulder Title
Cast with two integral loops. In good condition. Circa 1966. The regiment were a tank regiment, intially equipped with Sherman MkII tanks, replaced in 1971 with Chinese T 59 tanks.
Similar to the example C3P.28.02 (Izzatt pp 748-9). Many thanks as ever to Sunil for help with the identification.
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4th Prince of Wales's Own Scinde Horse Hallmarked Silver Cap Badge
An officer's silver cap badge is hallmarked 1946 Birmingham (date letter W) and also stamped J.R.Gaunt London. Two original silver loops. Sadly the lance has been borken and does not extend as it should beyond the rider's head. Otherwise in good condition with sharp detail. Circa 3.5cms wide and 2.8cms tall.
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Indian Army Supply and Transport Corps (STC) Officers Unmarked Silver Cap Badge
A very fine unmarked silver example with black enamel central backing, of two part construction and with two gorgeous long silver loops to the reverse. Monogram to centre is 'STC'. Worn circa 1901 - 1923.
Cox 2589 refers.
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Indian Army - East Coast Rifle Volunteers (ECRV) White Metal Shoulder Title
A die cast UK Made white metal shoulder title with three original dark toned loops to the reverse. Bugle to right. In very good condition. Formed in Madras in 1890. Worn in facing pairs until 1917. Scarce.
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Indian Auxiliary Force Army - Calcutta Scottish Silver Plated One Piece Shoulder Title
A scarce silver plated UK made pattern with two silvered loops to the reverse.
The Calcutta Scottish was a regiment of volunteers of Scottish descent raised in 1914 as an infantry regiment of the British Indian Army. The regiment formed part of the army reserves of the Auxiliary Force, India (AFI). The regimental dress uniform of this kilted regiment was Hunting Stewart tartan.... read more
WW1/WW2 Indian Medical Service Officers OSD Cap Badge - Blades
A die cast brass badge (rather than bronze) with two original blades (north - south) - do not recommend playing with these as the can become brittle with age. Circa 4.5cms tall. In very good condition with sharp detail.
The Indian Medical Service consisted solely of commissioned European medical personnel. The Indian Medical Department consisted of mainly Indian medical per... read more
Indian Army - East Coast Volunteer Rifles (ECVR) Officer's White Metal Cap Badge
A silver badge with two original silvered loops to the reverse. Hallmarks in reverse of bugle mouth but these look like they are cast and not stamped. This is a well made contemporary copy of an original hallmarked badge but is not hallmarked nor sold as such. King's crown. Very nicely cast and voided. Cox shows cap with bugle facing to the right as per this example. Circa 1902 - 1917. Co... read more
Ceylon Mounted Rifles White Metal Shoulder Title
UK made white metal one piece shoulder title with two original loops to the reverse. In very good condition. Worn circa 1906 - 1938.
Renfrew et al Vol 1 No 1125 refers.
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See item 63070 of you are interesting in making up a good pair. read more
WW1 Indian Army - 69th Punjabis Brass Shoulder Title
A one piece brass shoulder title with two original loops to the reverse. In very good condition. I have seen a slightly different pattern of this title.
During World War I they served in the Middle East on the Suez Canal and in the Gallipoli Campaign. They were withdrawn from Gallipoli early in the campaign along with the 89th Punjabis and sent to the Western Front in France ... read more
Colonial India - VR / Bombay White Metal Shoulder Title - Gaunt
VR / Bombay (Bombay Volunteer Rifles) shoulder title UK made and maker marked GR Gaunt London. Disbanded 1947. Two original loops to the reverse, slight polishing otherwise in very good condition.
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