The Gloucestershire Regiment (28th & 61st Foot) - Other Ranks Brass Back Badge
Circa 2cm across, small die struck back badge for wear on the reverse of the cap, with two original lugs to reverse. No badge collection is complete without one. Found with slider also.
The 28th Foot (1st Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment from 1st July 1881) had the unique honour of wearing a back badge in recognition of their distinguished conduct when engaged by c... read more
The Worcestershire Regiment (29th & 36th Foot) Victorian / Edwardian Issue Other Ranks Brass Cap Badge
A lovely stiff striking with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse.
K&K Vol 1 No 636 refers.
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The East Lancashire Regiment (30th & 59th Foot) Victorian Other Ranks Bi-Metal Cap Badge
A lovely badge with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse . Sweat / braising hole behind gilding metal rose. The same pattern was used with a change of crown to a King's imperial crown in 1901. Gaylor confirms an all brass WW1 economy version.
K&K Vol 1 Nos 637/638 refer.
See also item 56358 for the king's crown Edwardian issue on lugs. read more
The East Surrey Regiment (31st & 70th Foot) Victorian Other Ranks Bi-Metal Cap Badge
Flat topped Victorian crown with two original dark toned loops tugs to the reverse. Evidence of five braising holes (large one to centre and one on each corner of the star, which have been rather generously filled with braising fluid by whoever made it). Good sharp detail, good colour and real age to this one. Circa 4.1cm tall. The same pattern was used with a change of crown to a King's imper... read more
The Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry (32nd & 46th Foot) Victorian / Edwardian Issue Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge
Two original small copper lugs to the reverse with sharp detail. Good stiff badge.
K&K Vol 1 No 641 refers.
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Duke of Wellingtons (West Riding Regiment) (33rd & 76th Foot) Victorian / Edwardian Issue Other Ranks Bi-metal Cap Badge
Die struck two part construction with two original lugs (e - w ) to the reverse. Looks to be in unissued condition. A good stiff badge with excellent sharp detail. Issued for wear circa 1898 - 1910.
K&K Vol 1 No 642 refers.
The Border Regiment (34th & 55th Foot) - Victorian Smaller Pattern Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge
Die struck, with retaining original brass strips holding original red felt backing to centre and two original dark toned loops to the reverse. Circa 4.2cm tall. Also worn with an imperial king's crown.
K&K Vol 1 Nos 643 / 644 refer.
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The Border Regiment (34th & 55th Foot) - Larger Pattern Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge
A good die struck white metal badge with original slider and brass retaining strip for the red velvet felt centre (present). Circa 5.2cm tall.
K&K Vol 1 No 645 refers
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The Royal Sussex Regiment (35th & 107th Foot) Other Ranks Bi-Metal Cap Badge
A nice toned example with original slider which is maker marked FN B'ham (F. Narborough, Birmingham). This is the correct style of naming for this manufacturer.
K&K Vol 1 No 646 refers.
The Hampshire Regiment (37th & 67th Foot) Victorian / Edwardian Issue other Ranks Bi-Metal Cap Badge
An attractive early pattern cap die struck two part bi-metal badge with four braising holes and two lugs (east - west), these appear to be later replacements but very neatly done - reflected in price. Slight service wear to high points on tiger, but overall a good stiff badge. Affectionally known as the cat and cabbage cap badge. 42mm across and 40mm tall.
K&K Vol 1 No 64... read more