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Universal Pattern Tramways Brass Cap badge

Universal Pattern Tramways Brass Cap badge


This is the standard British Electric Traction Company ‘Magnet & Wheel’ cap badge, in brass, with two original lugs, north-south, as worn by tram drivers and conductors in the UK. In very good condition.
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Code: 52663

12.00 GBP

5th VB Durham Light Infantry (DLI) White Metal Other Ranks Cap Badge

5th VB Durham Light Infantry (DLI) White Metal Other Ranks Cap Badge

This pattern (note crown) attributed to the 5th (Gateshead) Volunteer Battalion, the Durham Light Infantry. Worn until 1908. It has a contemporary repair to/replacement slider but this has been very well done. Polished condition and worn, but an unusual pattern crown and scarce. Condition reflected in price.

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Code: 52662

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Indian Princely States - Scindia State Forces Gilt Pagri Badge - Gaunt Pattern Archive

Indian Princely States - Scindia State Forces Gilt Pagri Badge - Gaunt Pattern Archive


A very attractive badge to Indian Princely States - Scindia State Forces Pagri Badge, die-struck in the form of a cobra snake, complete with both lugs on reverse.

Overall very good condition and retains all of its gilding finish and its original lugs.

Vendor claimed it was one of the original badges from the Gaunt Pattern Archive, this being the original... read more

Code: 52648

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72nd Punjabis Regiment Officer's Sterling Silver hallmarked Cap Badge

72nd Punjabis Regiment Officer's Sterling Silver hallmarked Cap Badge


An extremely attractive and scarce sterling silver badge of peacock design, complete with original stout pagri pin fitting and with 1921 hallmarks with maker's mark JRG & S (J R Gaunt & Sons). circa 3.4cm in height.
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Code: 52647

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Scarce WW1 1st/1st London Divisional Cyclist Company Cap Badge

Scarce WW1 1st/1st London Divisional Cyclist Company Cap Badge


A good scarce die-stamped brass example on slider. Incedibly scarce as only worn for a few months in 1916. Some old and small paint traces on reverse but does not affect front of badge. (Kipling & King item 1873 refers). ex Bosleys. read more

Code: 52635

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Original Silk Watermarked 9 inch length of WW1 Allied Victory Medal Ribbon

Original Silk Watermarked 9 inch length of WW1 Allied Victory Medal Ribbon


Uncut 9 inch length as origionally supplied, this is the correctly watermarked original silk ribbon from the early 1920s. Folded and with creases, but hard to find. read more

Code: 52630

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Brass Army Warrant Officer's Crown, pre 1952

Brass Army Warrant Officer's Crown, pre 1952


Good condition with two original lugs to the reverse. Circa 2.6cm tall and 3cm wide. Perfect to put with sergeant's chevrons to make a CSM.  read more

Code: 52620

3.00 GBP

Highland Cyclist Battalion Cap Badge - Large pattern 1908-1920 - maker marked

Highland Cyclist Battalion Cap Badge - Large pattern 1908-1920 - maker marked



This is the version with Lasesset spelling, large pattern, two original long lugs with maker's tablet, J.R. Gaunt, London. In great condition with crisp detail. (Kipling and King 1864 refers). read more

Code: 52610

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Memento of the Great War  - 4th August 1914  - Tinnie celebrating the Birth of the Treasury One Pound Note or Bradbury!

Memento of the Great War - 4th August 1914 - Tinnie celebrating the Birth of the Treasury One Pound Note or Bradbury!


The gold standard was suspended at the outbreak of the war in 1914, with Bank of England and Treasury notes becoming legal tender as a subsititute for scarce gold coins.

The First World War (1914-18) placed great demands on Britain's gold supply: the Government needed gold to meet the costs of the war, and the public tended to hoard gold as private security in this time o... read more

Code: 52603

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7th Armoured Brigade Cloth Formation Signs - Matched Facing Pair

7th Armoured Brigade Cloth Formation Signs - Matched Facing Pair



Embroidered of WW2 vintage, look unissued. Good condition. read more

Code: 52598

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