T / OTC / Inns of Court Officer Training Corps One Piece Brass Shoulder Title
Three original loops to the reverse. Some signs of service wear otherwise in good condition. Worn 1908 - 1932 only.
Westlake No 1566 refers.
Leeds University Officer Training Corps ( OTC ) aa Gold Coloured Anodised Cap Badge - Firmin
In very good condition with original slider which is maker marked Firmin London.
K&K Vol 2 No 2463 refers.
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University of Sheffield OTC aa Anodised Aluminium Gold Coloured Cap Badge - Gaunt
A god coloured anodised cap badge to the University of Sheffield OTC with original slider to the reverse & makers mark J R Gaunt Birmingham.
K&K Vol 2 No Ref No 2489 refers.
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Durham University OTC Other Ranks Bronzed Cap Badge - Gaunt London
A die cast St Cuthbert's Cross with original slider to the reverse. Slider is maker marked JR Gaunt London. It has some rippling to arms of cross from service wear otherwise in good overall condition.
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Eton College OTC Officer Training Corps White Metal Shoulder Title
One piece shoulder title with two original lugs to the reverse. Slightly rough finish to surface otherwise in good condition.
Magdalen College School Oxford Junior OTC/ CCF Brass Cap Badge
Die struck brass with original slider to the reverse. Some light staining otherwise in very good condition. The lily on the shield is from the arms of Magdalen College, Oxford University; below a scroll bearing " Sicut Lilium "
K&K Vol 2 No 2614 refers.
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Bedford Modern School Officer Training Corps OTC Brass Shoulder Title
Brass shoulder title with 3 of 4 original loops to reverse. Otherwise in good condition.
Westlake No 1664 refers.
Harrow Rifles School Combined Cadet Force ( CCF ) White Metal Cap Badge
With two original lugs, with sharp detail. Circa 4.2cm across.
K&K Vol 2, No 2572 refers. read more
BTS British Army Boys Technical School Brass Shoulder Title
Scarce title, two original hexagonal lugs to the reverse. Some service wear otherwise in very good condition. Circa 1920s onwards.
Now known as the Army Apprentices College.
Westlake No 1618 refers.
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