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WW1 Tanks Brass Shoulder Title

WW1 Tanks Brass Shoulder Title

An unofficial title worn between 1916 and 1920. In veru good condition with two original hexagonal shaped loops to the reverse.

Westlake No 198 refers.

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Code: 67619

55.00 GBP

17/21st Lancers Cast White Metal NCO's Arm Motto / Chadd

17/21st Lancers Cast White Metal NCO's Arm Motto / Chadd

A white metal possibly nickel or silver plated cast arm badge with two original loops to the reverse. It is a scarce pattern without "eyebrows" and a lot more teeth than other examples (nine in total). it also has a particular rounded semi circular scroll bearing the motto "Or Glory". In very good condition. Circa 47mm tall and 37mm wide.

This particular badge is not illus...  read more

Code: 67626

75.00 GBP

Royal Air Force  RAF Air Gunners Association Blazer Badge

Royal Air Force RAF Air Gunners Association Blazer Badge

Removed from blazer, a wire bullion example, clearly worn with pride with some wear. Bullion dullled and a pull in this on the bottom motto scroll. Condition reflected in price.

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Code: 67621

10.00 GBP

West Africa  - Southern Nigeria Volunteers White Metal Officer's Waist Belt Clasp

West Africa - Southern Nigeria Volunteers White Metal Officer's Waist Belt Clasp

A white metal waist belt clasp. A matched WBC without benchmarks. The white metal is a little grubby but the detail is sharp and it is in good condition.

This unit was a volunteer force formed in 1902 for use in emergencies.

Similar in look and design to the WBC in Renfrew et al, Vol 1 No 390 for the Lagos Railway Volunteers. Rare.

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Code: 67617

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Lanarkshire Yeomanry Cap Badge - 4 lugs

Lanarkshire Yeomanry Cap Badge - 4 lugs

In very good condition, believed to be a pre 1919 issue with four original long loops to the reverse, complete with cotter pins. Sharp detail and in very good condition. Possibly for wear through something thick.There is a discussion thread on the four lugged badge here:

https://www.britishbadgeforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=90472&highlight=Lanarkshire+Yeomanry

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Code: 67616

55.00 GBP

The King's Regiment (Liverpool) Officers OSD cap badge - Blades

The King's Regiment (Liverpool) Officers OSD cap badge - Blades

Good scarce WW1 period die-cast bronze rearing horse on THE KING'S scroll. Two original blades. A pleasing example. Worn circa 1902 - 1926.

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Code: 67615

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Indian Sub-continent -  93rd Burma Infantry Cast Brass Shoulder Title, 1903 - 1922

Indian Sub-continent - 93rd Burma Infantry Cast Brass Shoulder Title, 1903 - 1922

Locally cast in brass in the form of the curved regimental title, 'Burma', surmounted by the regimental number, '93' with two integral fixings to reverse. In very good condition.

The 33rd Madras Regiment of Native Infantry was formed in 1824 from the 1st Battalion, 17th Regiment of Madras Native Infantry, originally raised in 1800. It became the 33rd Madras Infantry in 1885 an...  read more

Code: 67614

45.00 GBP

WW2 Army Air Corps (AAC) Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge

WW2 Army Air Corps (AAC) Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge

A gorgeous example with two original loops to the reverse, slightly bent down with service wear. Sharp detail. An early striking of some quality.

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Code: 67613

65.00 GBP

Duke of Wellington's (West Riding) Regiment Grey Plastic Bakelite Economy Cap Badge

Duke of Wellington's (West Riding) Regiment Grey Plastic Bakelite Economy Cap Badge

In good condition but a bit bowed with warping to the cellulose acetate plastic ( incorrectly described as Bakelite). Blades original but the top one has been truncated /shortened. All fiddly bits present and correct. Condition reflected in price.

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Code: 67612

20.00 GBP

Wiltshire Regiment Regiment Grey Plastic Bakelite Economy Cap Badge

Wiltshire Regiment Regiment Grey Plastic Bakelite Economy Cap Badge

In very good condition with no warping to the silver-grey coloured cellulose acetate plastic ( incorrectly described as Bakelite). Blades original and minimal crazing.

A cross pattee in the centre of which the monogram AEA (Alfred Ernest Albert), interlaced and reversed, a Ducal coronet above. The cross is surmounted by a second Ducal coronet and below the cross a universal sc...  read more

Code: 67611

30.00 GBP