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A good bi-metal example on loops. Slight service wear.
A good die-stamped brass example, star bearing laurel wreath a white metal rose within circlet inscribed ?East Yorkshire? and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; two crude wire replacement loops to reverse. Spot of verdigris at 4 o'clock. (KK 304)
A good die-stamped white metal example on loops.
A good die-cast bi-metal example on slider.
A rare die-cast example with two loops to reverse which is impressed "Sterling" and "JR Gaunt, London". Very good condition.
A good example on blades.
A good die-stamped white metal Hart, now fitted with three loops.
A good die-stamped example on slider. Blow holes to reverse of ball. Some verdigris to reverse.
A scarce die stamped brass example. Loopsb have been officially replaced with slider
A good example on named slider.
A good die-stamped brass example on slider.
HQ 76, High Street, Camden Town. Adopted Royal Engineers insignia in 1935.
A good die stamped example on slider.
A good die-cast example on loops.
WAAC formed in March 1917, redesignated Queen Mary?s Army Auxiliary Corps when Her Majesty became Colonel-in-Chief on 9th April 1918.
Silvered quoit mounted with post 1903 glengarry style badge. Stout pin to reverse. VGC
Founded in 1903 as a memorial to Queen Victoria and to those Scottish servicemen who lost their lives in the Boer War.
A good example complete with slider. Made by J.R. Gaunt London VGC
A good die-stamped example on slider. (KK 2341)
A good die-stamped brass example. KC cypher surmounted by Prince of Wales's plumes all resting on a tri-part scroll inscribed "Regi Adsumus coloni". (KK 1371)
Raised in 1901
A good die-stamped no voided example on slider.
A fine rare die-stamped example on blades. Silver plated white Horse of Kent on "INVICTA" scroll.
Formed 1908 as 6th (Cyclist) Bn. QORWK; 1910 redesignated Kent Cyclist Bn. HQ at Tonbridge. Transferred to RA 1920.
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