WW1 bronzed brass, King's crown, Jewish Chaplains cap badge for the Army Chaplains Department - Pagri fitting?
In good condition complete with original slider. Circa
4.6cms tall. Die cast with slider attached behind the crown. My only conclusion is that slider would have applied for wear on the sun helmet as regulations at the time did not permit the making of holes in such items for the wear in the sun helmet. Any information / thoughts welcome.
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Royal Army Chaplains Department (RACHD) QEII Issue Officers Blackened Anodised Aluminium (aa) Cap Badge - Blades
QEII issue, a lovely example with two original blades to the reverse. In very good condition.
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Royal Army Chaplains' Department Enamel (RAChD) QEII Issue Badge - Unusual Fittings
Queen's crown silver gilt and enamel die cast of two part construction cap or stole badge with unusual screw post fittings with original retaining nuts to the reverse. No damage to enamel. Gilt and silver plate bright. A quatrefoil to the centre of a voided circlet bearing the motto backed with blue enamel upon a Maltese cross within a crowned wreath of oak and laurel. It is 3.2cm tall but s... read more
Royal Army Chaplains Department (RACHD) Officers Bullion Cloth Beret Cap Badge
QEII issue, a lovely example on purple backing with no damage to gold and silver bullion threads. Unissued condition but not overly bright. Nicely made.
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WW1 Royal Army Corp of Chaplains Blackened Collar Badge (Jennens)
Die cast, very little wear to black finish, two original loops and maker marked J & Co (became Gaunt in 1924). Circa 3.2cm tall
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Royal Army Chaplains Department (RAChD) Collar Badges - One H/M Silver 1956
Pair of silver collar badges in the form of a Christian Cross with original silvered loop fittings to the reverse, one hallmarked silver with the Birmingham assay date letter 'g' for 1956 and maker marked JRG &S (Gaunt). Matching from front. In very good condition.
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MMP - British Military Mounted Police Gilding Metal Cap Badge / Shoulder Title
A brass cap badge / shoulder title for The Military Mounted Police with two hexagonal lug fastenings (east and west). Westlake states these shoulder titles were worn as cap badges up to 1904. Some service wear to the first M (slightly out of shape) otherwise in good condition and scarce.
Westlake 566 refers.
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Royal Engineers Officer’s Gilt & Silver Plated Cap Badge, QE11 Issue
In superb condition with two original long loops to the reverse. Die cast of two part construction with cotter pin. Now obsolete.
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Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) Vols (Volunteers) White Metal Cap Badge
An early Edwardian White Metal Volunteers (pre 1908) pattern Cap Badge to The Royal Army Medical Corps. Die struck in white metal and with two original loops to the reverse. Not illustrated in K&K. Circa 4.5 cms tall. Worn 1902 - 1908. Scrace.
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Army Physical Training Corps Chromed Cap Kings Crown Badge on Original Felt Cloth Backing Badge
Badge backing a patch (2 inches by 1.5 inches) with twin vertical red stripes inset 1/4 inch from each edge. Adopted by the Corps on the introduction of Battledress. This example early 1950s.
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