Scottish. Lothian Regiment Victorian OR’s helmet plate centre 1881-1882.
Die-stamped brass short-lived example. Original loops absent, 2 replaced. (KK 291)
Australian 2nd Regiment NSW Volunteer Infantry second pattern hat badge circa 1890's-1903.
A very fine rare die-stamped gilt example on three loops. Victorian crowned wreath resting on "Secundo Sint Secunda" scroll; lined "2" to voided centre. (Grebert 25)
Code: 1021518Price: 350.00 GBP
Indian Army Officer Cadet Unit Pagri Badge.
A well cast example on stout pagri pin..
Code: 1019473Price: 55.00 GBP
Cheshire Regiment Officer's OSD Cap Badge.
A good example, of the post 1922 pattern, retaining both blades. VGC.
Code: 1019005Price: 30.00 GBP
Australian 59th Hulme Regiment Slouch Hat Badge circa 1952-60 by Swann & Son Vic
Good die-stamped brass example on loops
1960 absorbed into the Royal Victoria Regiment
Code: 1023195Price: 75.00 GBP
Colchester Home Guard Ack-Ack Association rare Essex lapel badge.
A fine white enamel title circlet, red enamel centre depicting the AA Command bow & arrow. Buttonhole fitting to reverse.
Code: 1020849Price: 120.00 GBP
Kings Liverpool Regiment Anodised Cap Badge by Firmin London
A fine example with makers details to the slider.
Code: 1021624Price: 35.00 GBP
5th, 7th, 8th & 9th Bns. Durham Light Infantry Officer’s cap badge
A fine scarce silvered post 1908 die-stamped example on blades. Crowned strung bugle with “DLI” between the cords, “South Africa 1900-02” scroll below the bugle. (KK 1748)
Code: 1023053Price: 140.00 GBP
Scottish. 5th VB Royal Scots OR’s glengarry badge circa 1888-1908.
A good die-stamped white metal example. Thistle Star with St. Andrew and the Cross to domed centre. On the star above the Saint, a scroll inscribed “5th Vol Batt”; beneath, another inscribed “The Royal Scots”. One of two loops to reverse.
HQ at Leith.
Code: 1021593Price: 75.00 GBP
WW1 Northern Cyclist Lapel Badge
A very scarce example on shaped buttonhole slider.
Formed in 1908 as 8th (Cyclist) Bn Northumberland Fusiliers; redesignated Northern Cyclist Battalion in 1910 at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 1920 transferred RGA.
Code: 1023153Price: 45.00 GBP
WW1 Rare 9th Battalion Tank Corps arm badge.
A fine rare original sew-on issue stamped in brass. Later produced in England in thicker brass on loops.
Code: 1023193Price: 275.00 GBP
WW2 Czech Tank breast badge.
A good rare example. Silvered oval Linden (lime) wreath; superimposed on the top of the wreath, the Czech shield in gilt. Across the centre of the wreath, a French style tank in gilt. Stout vertical pin to reverse. GC
Code: 1023211Price: 200.00 GBP
French 20th Bn. Alpine Chasseurs silver breast badge.
A good scarce die-cast example on stout pin. Reverse marked "Arthus Bertrand, Paris. Depose"
Code: 1023201Price: 30.00 GBP
Dorset Regiment anodised cap badge circa 1953-58.
A good example with makers details of J.R. Gaunt London to the slider. VGC.
Code: 1023097Price: 35.00 GBP
Omani Officer's native silver cap badge.
Well cast example on loops
Australian 12th/16th Hunter River Lancers silvered slouch hat badge by C. Luck of Melbourne.
A fine die-stamped oxidised silvered example on loops.
Code: 1021542Price: 35.00 GBP
Scottish. 5th VB Royal Scots white metal post 1888 glengarry badge.
A good die-stamped example of the non voided pattern on loops.
HQ at Leith.
Code: 1018948Price: 75.00 GBP
Scottish. Princess Louise’s (Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders) late Victorian / Edwardian Glengarry Badge.
A finely die-stamped white metal example with solid centre on loops. (KK 697)
Code: 1018937Price: 25.00 GBP
Scottish. 4th (Perthshire) VB Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) OR’s glengarry badge circa 1882-1908.
A fine die-stamped example on loops which have toned to black. Double headed eagle with shield to breast charged with Paschal Lamb; all resting on a scroll inscribed “Pro rege lege et grege”
HQ at Perth. Later also used by Glenalmond OTC
Code: 1018936Price: 65.00 GBP
5th (Reigate) Surrey Rifle Volunteer Corps Victorian Sergeant’s pouch belt plate circa 1859.
A fine and scarce die-stamped blacked brass example on screw posts. Within an ornate circlet inscribed “Fifth Surrey Rifle Volunteer Corps”, two shields resting on a tablet “Reigate”, one bearing the old Arms of Reigate, the other the old Surrey Arms surmounted by a crescent.
5th Corps formed 12th September 1859 at Reigate becoming part of 3rd Admin. Bn in September 1860
Code: 1018836Price: 325.00 GBP
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