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RAF Pre WW2 1933 Shooting Team Badge. This gold bullion embroidered badge for the Revolver VIII Small moth nips. GC.
19th Hussars Victorian OR’s white metal cap badge circa 1898-1902. Pristine die-stamped “Single scroll elephant” on loops The Elephant was borne in commemoration of the distinguished services of the old 19th Light Dragoons in India.
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen’s Bays) pair of OSD bronze collar badges circa 1902-52 A fine die-cast pair on loops.
31st Anti Aircraft Brigade cloth formation sign White shield charged with central vertical red bar bearing eagle’s head and arrow set on khaki rectangle. A red lion and a red cross adorn the white sections. Excellent condition.
8th King\'s Royal Irish Hussars WW2 Officer\'s titles and rank stars Pair of VIII H and six small yellow backed cloth pips removed from 8th King\'s Royal Irish Hussars battledress. A little moth
Bristol Voluntary Aid Service Home Front Cloth Shoulder Title Black letters printed onto red felt unused condition GC
Civil Air Guard Attibuted Pilot\'s Wings An extremely rare pair of embroidered pilot\'s wings. Have been worn GC. This pattern of pilot\'s wings were worn on the flying suit. Attributed to Flight Lieutenant J.E. Lush, who\'s collection of six flying log books covering 2, 446 flying hours are listed under Aviation Flying Clothing. In 1944 he qualified as a 1st Pilot on both the Horsa and Hadrian Heavy Gliders.
Commonwealth Military Forces Australian Slouch Hat Badge A good dark bronzed example on loops.
Federation of Malayan Police General Service Medal, Clasp Malaya. A good example awarded to 7280 S.C. A. Rahim B Talir F. of M. Poil. GC.
Royal Berkshire Regiment Volunteer / Milita cap badge A good die-stamped white metal example on slider
Royal Berkshire Regiment Volunteer / Milita cap badge A good die-stamped white metal example on slider
T/ 28 / COUNTY OF LONDON White Metal Artist Rifles Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC Unit raised as 38th Middlesex RV, renumbered 20th in 1880. Attached to Rifle Brigade in 1881 and became 28th County of London (Artists Rifles) in 1908. 1947 became 21 Special Air Service (Artists)
T/ 28 / LONDON Brass Artists Rifles Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC Unit raised as 38th Middlesex RV, renumbered 20th in 1880. Attached to Rifle Brigade in 1881 and became 28th County of London (Artists Rifles) in 1908. 1947 became 21 Special Air Service (Artists)
T/ 4 / BUFFS Brass Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC HQ at Dover
T/ 4 / CHESHIRE Brass Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC HQ at Grange Road West, Birkenhead
T/ 4 / DEVON Brass Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC HQ at Exeter
T/ 4 / DORSET Brass Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC HQ at Dorchester
T/ 4 / HANTS Brass Hampshire Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC HQ at Winchester
T/ 5 / BEDFORD Brass Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC HQ at Gwyn Street, Bedford
T/ 5 / BUFFS Brass Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC HQ at Drill Hall, Asford.
T/ 5 / E C / CHESHIRE Brass Shoulder Title A good example of the 5th Earl of Chester's Battalion with three loops GC HQ at 8, Black Friars, Chester
T/ 5 / E. SURREY Brass Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC
T/ 5 / R W KENT Brass Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops. Complete with backing plate. GC HQ at Drill Hall, East Street, Bromley
T/ 7 / ESSEX Brass Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC. HQ at Park Road, Leyton
T/ 7 / HANTS Brass Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC HQ at 177 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth
T/ R E / LONDON Brass Engineers Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC Divisional HQ's: 1st at 10, Victoria ark Square, Bethnal Green; 2nd at Duke of York's HQ, Chelsea.
T/ R.F.A. / LONDON Brass Shoulder Title A good Royal Field Artillery example retaining three loops GC
T/ RAMC / HOME COUNTIES Brass Medical Corps Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC Divisional HQ's: 1st at The Palace, Maidstone; 2nd at the Drill Hall, Ashford; 3rd at 24, Claremont Road, Surbiton, Surrey
T/ RAMC / WESSEX Brass Medical Corps Shoulder Title A good example retaining three loops GC HQ's. 1st at 4, Priory Road, Heavitree, Exeter; 2nd at the Drill Hall, Millbay, Plymouth; 3rd at Portsmouth.
WW1 / WW2 Leicestershire Regiment Officers OSD Bronze Cap Badge. A good die-cast example on three blades....
WW1 Imperial German 76th Regiment Shoulder Strap. A good example of the pattern worn on the field grey trench fighting tunic. GC
WW1 Imperial German Officer Shoulder Strap. A good example of the pattern worn on the field grey trench fighting tunic. GC
WW1 Imperial German Other Ranks Shoulder Strap. A good example of the pattern worn on the field grey trench fighting tunic. GC
WW2 Free Polish Forces in UK Christmas Postcard. This postcard depicts Spitfires with Polish markings, HMS Garland, also known by her Polish designation ORP Garland, a G-class destroyer, Polish Soldiers and a V for Victory. The reverse with an ink inscription. GC.
''Liverpool Pals'' Kitchener's Army WW1 bronze cap badge. A good die-stamped crest of Lord Derby on slider. 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th Service Bns. of King's Liverpool Regiment.
1 / AMB (1st Armoured Motor Battery) very scarce WW1 brass shoulder title. A fine example on loops. (Westlake 390) Formed as part of the Machine Gun Corps in 1915 and served in East Africa
1 / CADETS / CITY OF LONDON brass shoulder title. Loops. Slight verdigris. Lord Roberts’ Boys recognised 1st January 1911; redesignated 1st City of London Cadet Bn (Lord Roberts’ Boys) by AO 316/1911.
1 / CLRV scarce brass WWI 1st County of London VTC brass shoulder title. A good example on loops
1 / PUNJAB blackened brass shoulder title. British made Fixing: Flat loops Condition: GC
1 / SIGNAL SERVICE WW1 Brass Shoulder Title A good example, officially converted from T title, on two loops.
1 / SPORTSMANS / RF WW1 “Kitchener’s Army” brass shoulder title. A fine scarce brass example on loops. 23rd (1st Sportsman’s) Service Battalion raised on 25th September 1914 at the Cecil Hotel in the Strand by Mrs. E.Cunliffe-Owen. Landed in France 17th November, 1915
1 / SPORTSMANS / RF “Kitchener’s Army” WW1 brass shoulder title. A good example. Loops. GC 23rd (1st Sportsman’s) Service Battalion raised on 25th September 1914 at the Cecil Hotel in the Strand by Mrs. E.Cunliffe-Owen.
1-9-MI cast brass 19th Madras Infantry Indian Army shoulder title. Retaining two loops to the reverse. Heavily cleaned leaving slight scratches to surface
1/13th Frontier Force Rifles. General Service Medal Clasp Iraq. A good example awarded to 6880 Sepoy Khushi Ram 1-13-FF Rif. GC.
1/4th Bn Hampshire Regiment 1915 Casualty Trio of Medals. A good example awarded to “4-2657 Pte H.H. Facey Hamps R”. Comprising: 1914/15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal. GC Medals loose Private Henry H. Facey, a native of Aldershot, died of wounds on the 14th August 1915. He had landed in the Asiatic on the 18th March 1915.
10 (V City of London )Parachute Regiment Attributed Miniature Medal Group & Statue. An interesting selection attributed to W.O. 2 Rex Strong who served with 10 Para (City of London) in 1978. Comprising: Miniature Medal Group of Four Mounted as originally worn. ... Alloy Dog Tags. ... Pair of Para Cuff Links. ... Various Parachute Regiment Association Membership Cards. ... Presentation Bronzed spelter statue of a Para ready to jump. The marble plinth with presentation plaque. Overall Height 7 inches heavy item
100th AGRA (Army Group Royal Artillery) formation sign. Printed shield quartered with Hampshire Rose, green lines from Wiltshire Arms and red and blue Royal Artillery colours.
100th AGRA (Army Group Royal Artillery) scarce formation sign. Printed shield quartered with Hampshire Rose, green lines from Wiltshire Arms and red and blue Royal Artillery colours. Very good condition. Comprised three Hampshire units and one from Wiltshire HQ Winchester.
101st Coast Artillery Brigade printed formation sign. White gateway and waves on white edged green disc. Good condition
104 Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regt. Royal Artillery scarce formation sign. A fine example. Shield charged printed with blue diced horizontal bar bearing two crows, both pierced through the head by the same arrow. Removed from a uniform
104th Bengal Fusiliers OR’s glengarry grenade circa 1874-81 of British / Indian / Irish Interest. A good scarce die-stamped brass example. Flaming grenade, the ball bearing strap inscribed “Bengal Fusiliers” with pierced “104” to the centre. Brass plated loops North and South. Good condition. (KK 956) Became 2nd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers on Friday 1st July, 1881 whilst under the command of Lt.Col. John Gore Campbell.
105th (Madras) L. of C. Area WW2 Indian formation sign. Golden Phoenix with red flames printed on black square. KD lined
105th (Madras) L. of C. Area WW2 Indian formation sign. A fine example. Golden Phoenix printed on black square. Denim backing.
106 / VAD / DEVON WW1 brass shoulder tltle A good example on original stout brooch pin
109th (Victoria & Haliburton) Bn CEF (Canadian Expeditionary Force) WW1 bronze cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops.
10th (North Lincoln) Regiment of Foot Victorian Officer's tunic button circa 1855-81 by Pitt A gilt example by Pitt & Co 50 St.Martins Lane, London. Some wear to gilt
10th (North Lincoln) Regiment Officer’s shako plate circa 1869-78. A very fine and scarce example. Rich gilt crowned laurel wreath; within the wreath, the Garter with pierced numeral “10” to central seeded gilt ground; applied to the base of the wreath, a silver Sphinx resting on a tablet inscribed “Egypt”. Two loops to reverse. Top pearl on cross absent otherwise VGC.
10th Anti-Aircraft WW2 formation sign. Black heraldic lion’s head on torse printed on khaki silk rectangle. Covered Yorkshire
10th Armoured Division scarce WW2 embroidered formation sign Light pink fox’s mask on pink rimmed black disc. Removed from 8th King\'s Royal Irish Hussars battledress, Good condition. Formed 1st August 1941 in Palestine from the 1st Cavalry Division. Fought at the Battles of Alam Halfa and El Alamein. Disbanded 15thJune 1944 in Egypt. Fox\'s mask sign adopted as representing the hunting tradition of the formation\'s cavalry and yeomanry units.
10th Armoured Division scarce WW2 embroidered formation sign A good example. Pink fox’s mask on black disc. Formed 1st August 1941 in Palestine from the 1st Cavalry Division. Fought at the Battles of Alam Halfa and El Alamein. Disbanded 15th June 1944 in Egypt. Fox's mask sign adopted as representing the hunting tradition of the formation's cavalry and yeomanry units.
10th Armoured Division WW2 cloth formation sign A good scarce example of pinky red fox’s mask embroidered on black disc. Removed from uniform.
10th Baluch Regiment cap badge. Cast Crowned crescent resting on “Baluch Regiment” scroll; “X” to centre. Retaining Loops. GC
10th Baluch Regiment post 1922 Officer’s silver cap badge. A finely cast example just stamped “Silver” indicating Indian manufacture. Crowned crescent resting on “Baluch Regiment” ribbon scroll; “X” to centre. Two loops to reverse. Very good condition.
10th County of London Regiment Paddington Rifles cap badge circa 1908-12. A fine die-stamped non voided yellow brass example on slider.
10th Foot (North Lincoln) OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81 A good die-stamped brass example. Strap inscribed “North Lincolnshire Regt.”surmounted by Sphinx resting on a tablet inscribed “Egypt”, “10” to voided centre. To reverse, copper loops East and West. A little polishing to highpoints. “1” with old repair; reverse indicates plated at some time. GC (KK 432)
10th Gurkha Rifles piper’s / drummer's baldric badge circa 1953-94 A good cast white metal example on four screw posts.
10th Gurkhas Piper’s plaid brooch. A cast white metal example on two loops. Circlet inscribed “Gurkha Rifles” with cap badge style device to the centre.
10th Hussars Queen’s South Africa Medal, clasp “Cape Colony”. A scarce single clasp example awarded to “2307 Private W.Causley 10th Hussars”. Good condition. Single clasp entitlement confirmed on the Roll
10th Indian Division RAMC WW2 slip on RAMC Arm of Service badly mothed
10th Indian Division WW2 formation sign. Printed red and blue saltire on black square with red border. Glue marks to reverse Raised January 1941 at Ahmednagar. Fought in Persia, Egypt and Italy.
10th Indian Division WW2 formation sign. Printed red and blue saltire on black square with red border. Raised January 1941 at Ahmednagar. Fought in Persia, Egypt and Italy.
10th PMO Gurkhas white metal Gurkha hat badge. A good example retaining original slider (Now clipped). GC
10th Prince of Wales Own Royal Hussars horse furniture, an ear boss from an Officer’s charger. A good scarce example comprising a die-stamped gilt metal circlet “Prince of Wales Own Royal Regiment”; silvered Prince of Wales’s plumes mounted to the centre. Brown leather backing. Polishing to high points.
10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles post 1953 band pouch badge. A goodcast white metal example on four screw posts. Within a laurel wreath surmounted by a crown on blank tablet, a strung bugle with Mary's cypher , 10 and kukri; blank bi-part scroll to base of wreath.
10th Royal Hussars cloth pagri badge. A fine scarce example. Red felt vertical rectangle bearing white embroidered Prince of Wales\'s plumes. Card glued to reverse.
10th Royal Hussars Officer’s silvered and gilt tent cap badge. A very fine example with flat backplate retaining original brooch pin fitting.
10th Royal Hussars OR's cap badge. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
10th Royal Hussars OSD bronze cap/collar badge by Jennens. A fine die-cast example on three loops. Reverse with "J & Co" in relief.
10th Royal Hussars scarce WW1 All Brass Economy Cap Badge circa 1916-18. A fine die-stamped example on slider.
10th Royal Hussars Victorian NCO’s 1867 hallmarked sillver arm badge by Edward Stillwell & Sons A fine example by ES & S bearing Birmingham hallmarks for 1867 to both back and front. Prince of Wales' plumes of hollow construction with flat backplate. Three loops to reverse. Slight polishing to highpoints of plumes, generally fine. 10th or Prince of Wales’s Own Light Dragoons took the title of “Hussars’ in 1811. From 1860 until 1873 it was commanded by the famous Lt.Col. Valentine Baker, a brave and talented cavalryman, later Lieutenant General and Pasha. During his 13 year command, the regiment was known as “Bakers Light Bobs”.
10th Surrey Rifle Volunteer Corps Officers 1882 hallmarked silver pouch belt plate. A rare example bearing Birmingham hallmarks for 1882. Crowned laurel wreath surmounted by a tri-part scroll inscribed Pro Libertate Patriaeâstrung bugle to junction of wreath with tri-part scroll below inscribed Rifle Volunteer Corps. To the centre, on an eight pointed star superimposed on a rayed eight pointed star; 10 within a strap inscribed Surrey. Two replacement loops to reverse; branch tips emerging from lower scroll both with old lead strengthening repairs to reverse, generally VGC Formed at Bermondsey in February 1860 with strength of one company.
11 Corps WW2 printed formation sign. Black and white Martello tower printed on black diamond. Removed from uniform. GC 1940-41 anti-invasion Corps
113 Assault Engineer Regiment Royal Engineers formation sign. Yellow wheatsheaf over “Cheshire” embroidered on blue disc
113rd Field Regiment Royal Artillery WW2 slip-on formation signs. Rare matching pair. Each a KD slide bearing black on red cat formation sign over three felt red/navy and navy/red bars. Minor service wear. Formed part of 56th (London) Division during the Italy campaign.
113rd Polish Fighter Squadron WW2 enamelled squadron badge by A. Augis, Lyon. Rare white triangle bearing owl; lower point being red, white and blue bands. Single screw post and retaining nut bearing maker’s details. Some hairline cracks. Pre war squadron arrived at Bron, near Lyon in December 1939. 316 Sqn. formed 1941 (from 113 & 114) at RAF Pembrey adopted badge but with “316 Sq” added and no coloured bands.
117th (Royal Marines) Infantry Brigade formation sign. Yellow fouled anchor set on a red disc within a yellow eight pointed star; all embroidered on khaki square.
117th (Royal Marines) Infantry Brigade rare WW2 formation sign. Yellow fouled anchor set on a red disc within a yellow eight pointed star; all embroidered on khaki square. Removed from uniform. Minor service wear
117th (Royal Marines) Infantry Brigade scarce WW2 formation sign. Yellow fouled anchor set on a red disc within a yellow eight pointed star; all embroidered on khaki square. Fought in North West Europe and its personnel orchestrated the surrender of the German Naval Base of Kiel,
11st Ross Local Militia Georgian Officer’s gilt coatee button circa 1808-16. A Scarce open back example complete with shank Slight wear, generally VGC Commanded by Lt.Col. Duncan Munro who’s commission is dated 24th September 1808
11th & 8th Hussars Victorian Campaign Pair of Medals. This pair were awarded to 3333 Pte T. Mellay who served with both Regiments. Comprising: India General Service Medal, clasp Punjab Frontier 1897-98. (3333 Pte 11th Hussars), Queen's South Africa Medal, three clasps Orange Free Stae, Transvaal, South Africa 1902. (3332 Pte 8th Hussars). Some contact wear GC. Confirmed on both medal rolls with this clasp entitlement.
11th (Lonsdale) Battalion Border Regiment 1914 hallmarked silver cap badge. A fine rare example by SG (the notable silversmith Sebastian Garrard) bearing London hallmarks for 1914 to top of wing on reverse. Crest of the Earl of Lonsdale resting on scrolls inscribed “Eleventh Battalion’ “Border Regiment”. Original loop and blade fitting to reverse replaced with brooch pin otherwise VGC. (KK 1149) 11th (Service) Battalion (Lonsdale) raised on 17th September, 1914 by the Earl of Lonsdale in Carlisle, Kendal and Workington with HQ in Penrith. Battalion landed at Boulogne 23rd November 1915. Fought in Battles of the Somme, Albert, Ancre, Messines and Arras. Amalgamated with the 5th Battalion 10th May, 1918 and disbanded 31st July, 1918.
11th (Lonsdale) Battalion Border Regiment OR’s bronze cap badge by Gaunt London.. A good scarce die-stamped example on loops with JR Gaunt & Son, London tablet to reverse. (KK 1149) 11th (Service) Battalion (Lonsdale) raised on 17th September, 1914 by the Earl of Lonsdale in Carlisle, Kendal and Workington with HQ in Penrith. Battalion landed at Boulogne 23rd November 1915. Fought in Battles of the Somme, Albert, Ancre, Messines and Arras. Amalgamated with the 5th Battalion 10th May, 1918 and disbanded 31st July, 1918.
11th (Lonsdale) Bn. Border Regiment A fine and scarce die-stamped example.(KK 1149) Two loops.JR Gaunt & Son Ld, London tablet to reverse. VGC Raised on 3rd December 1914
11th (Newport) Shropshire Home Guard rare WW2 combination. Piece of BD material bearing green felt disc with applied yellow XI, red felt bar below. Commanded by Lt. Col. P.J. Chellen. See 91 “In the space of a single day” by Mills & Carney.
11th / 6th (St. George’s) Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps Victorian OR'spouch badge A good scarce die-stamped white metal Saint George and Dragon on long loops. Formed 14th January 1860 as 11th Mx RV in the Parish of St. George’s, Westminster. Renumbered 6th Mx. RV in 1880 amalgamating with the 1st Mx RV in 1892 to become 1st Mx (Victoria & St. George's Rifles) RVC
11th Armoured Division WW2 Scottish Combination Embroidered formation sign, grey / blue bar and tartan patch embroidered on khaki rectangle. Mothed.
11th Bn Royal Fusiliers / East Kent Regiment Military Medal and bar group. A fine group awarded to Corporal G.H. Mallett who served with both the Royal Fusiliers and East Kent Regiment. Comprising: Military Medal and Bar “63894 Pte. 11/ R.Fus, British War Medal and Victory Medal “241920 Cpl. E.Kent R”. GC medals loose. The Military Medal announcement appeared on the 26th January 1919, the Bar on the 17th June 1919 Both whilst serving with the 11th Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers.
11th Bn. (Chough) Cornwall Home Guard rare WW2 formation sign. Black Chough, with red beak and feet, printed on black edged yellow rectangle (small hole to neck) ... together with a blackened white metal DCLI cap badge with maroon felt backing. Believed to have been issued to a member of 11th Bn. Cornwall HG, Albert Halls (22 July 1942-31 December 1944).
11th Bn. (Chough) Cornwall Home Guard rare WW2 formation sign. Black Chough, with red beak and feet, embroidered on yellow felt rectangle (moth holes by bird's head and edges) ... together with Home Guard gratitude certificate to Albert Halls (22 July 1942-31 December 1944).
11th Bn. (Chough) Cornwall Home Guard rare WW2 formation sign. Black Chough, with red beak and feet, embroidered on yellow felt rectangle (moth holes by bird's head and edges) ... together with Home Guard gratitude certificate to Albert Halls (22 July 1942-31 December 1944).
11th Command Military Dispersal and Disposal Control Unit formation sign. White 11 / CMD / & / DCU embroidered on green square.
11th East African Division 1st pattern formation badge. A good scarce circular example. Black embroidered rhinoceros’s head on white.Some service wear
11th East African Division WW2 printed formation sign. Black rhino’s head within a black edged red oval. Removed from uniform Served with 14th Army in Burma against the Japanese
11th Foot (North Devon) OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good scarce die-stamped brass example. Eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown; on the star a strap inscribed “North Devon” with “11” to voided centre. To reverse, brass plated copper loops East and West. Near VGC. (KK 434)
11th Middlesex (St. George’s) Volunteer Rifle Corps 1859 hallmarked silver pouch belt plate. A very fine example by JB bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Laurel wreath surmounted by a Crown resting on a blank tablet. Within the wreath, St. George and the Dragon on a seeded black ground. Four screw posts to reverse. VGC Renumbered 6th Mx. RV in 1880 amalgamating with the 1st Mx RV in 1892 to become 1st Mx (Victoria & St. George\'s Rifles) RVC. Amalgamated with 19th Mx RV in 1908 to become 9th London Regt.
11th PAO Hussars bronze OSD collar badges. Two good similar examples, both on three loops, one by J & Co the other unmarked
11th Prince Albert's Own Hussars brass cap badge A good die-tamped example on slider (slight verdigris to base of slider)
11th Prince Albert's Own Hussars NCO's silver arm badge. Prince Albert's crest in hollow silver by B&P (Bent & Parker) bearing hallmarks for 1914 ? (date letter difficult to read as stamped on bend). Reverse with flat backplate retaining three loops. Excellent. Use of Prince Albert’s crest as the arm badge of the Regiment sanctioned by Horse Guards 17th November 1876.
11th Prince Albert's Own Hussars NCO's silver plated arm badge. A fine die-cast Crest of Prince Albert on loops. (Cox 1250) Use of Prince Albert’s crest as the arm badge of the Regiment sanctioned by Horse Guards 17th November 1876.
11th Prince Albert's Own Hussars rare 1957 silver hallmarked NCO’s arm badge. A very fine die-cast example bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Maker's details of .JRG&S (JR Gaunt and Sons) Complete with loop fittings VGC Use of Prince Albert’s crest as the arm badge of the Regiment sanctioned by Horse Guards 17th November 1876.
11th Prince Albert’s Own Hussars cap badge by Firmin, London A fine die-stamped brass example on slider
11th Prince Albert’s Own Hussars cap badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on slider.
11th Prince Albert’s Own Hussars pair of brass collar badges. A fine die-stamped pair with single flat loop to reverse of each.
11th Prince Albert’s Own Hussars pair of post 1902 OSD bronze collar badges. A fine die-cast pair each on three loops.
11th Sudanese Battalion helmet / cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example on long loops.
12 / WRV scarce WW1 West Riding Volunteers (Yorkshire) VTC brass shoulder title. A good example on loops.
12 Corps WW2 cloth formation sign. Group of three trees painted on black rectangle. Very good condition.
12 Corps WW2 cloth formation sign. A fine painted example
128 Electrical & Mechanical Sqn Royal Engineers formation sign. A good example of the 2nd pattern, yellow crest of the Board of Ordnance embroidered on black square.
128 Electrical & Mechanical Sqn Royal Engineers formation sign. A good example of the 2nd pattern, yellow crest of the Board of Ordnance embroidered on black square.
128th Pioneers die struck brass pagri badge. A good example retaining stout pin fitting VGC 28th Bombay Pioneers became 128th Pioneers in 1903 then 3rd Bn. 2nd Bombay Pioneers in 1922.
12th (East Suffolk) Foot Victorian Officer’s shako plate circa 1869-78 . A good scarce die-stamped gilt example. Within a crowned laurel wreath, the Garter; to the voided centre, in silver, the Castle and Key resting on “Montis insignia calpe” scroll; “Gibraltar” scroll surmounts the Castle. Two loops to reverse (one cut through, the other replaced). A little service wear. (KK 153)
12th (East Suffolk) Regiment of Foot Victorian OR’s shako plate circa 1861-68. A die-stamped brass example of crowned star pattern bearing the Garter, the seeded centre with pierced numerals “12”. Both lead soldered iron loops now absent. Touch of verdigris to crown. heavy age patination.
12th (East Suffolk) Regiment Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped brass example. Star surmounted by Castle and Key; on the star a strap inscribed “Montis insignia calpe. East Suffolk” with “12” to voided centre. Reverse with brass loops East and West. Age patina. (KK 437)
12th (Kingston-upon-Thames) Surrey Rifle Volunteers Officer’s 1866 hallmarked silver pouch belt plate. An extremely fine and rare example by J & Co (Jennens) bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Within a crowned laurel wreath a strap “12th Surrey Rifle Volunteers”; applied Arms of Kingston-on-Thames to centre. Three screw posts to reverse. Excellent. Formed at Kingston on 16th February 1860; formed part of 2nd Admin. Bn. from September 1860 until 1880 when consolidated as 5th Surrey RVC becoming 3rd VB The East Surrey Regiment in December 1887
12th Anti-Aircraft Division WW2 printed formation sign. Red diamond bearing double-six domino. Glue marks and paper to reverse. Division covered West Scotland, part of 3rd AA Corps.
12th Lancers General Service Medal clasp “Malaya” A good George VI example awarded to “22796887 Tpr. T. Wills 12L”. GC
12th Prince of Wales Royal Lancers Victorian lance cap. A scarce and good example of the Trooper’s lance cap. Patent leather body, peak and crown with ornate gilt metal fleur bosses to each corner. Regimental lance plate to front with Victorian Coat of Arms, battle honours up to Sevastopol. Lion’s head bosses to each side, support a brass chin chain. Woollen cord boss with Victorian regimental button to centre supports a scarlet plume mounted in gilt metal plume holder. Leather and waxed cotton lining to the interior, with clear 1913 WD stamp,. Near VGC.
12th Royal Lancers bi-metal cap badge. A good die-cast bi-metal example on slider.
12th Royal Lancers NCO’s arm badge. A good die-cast white metal Prince of Wales's plumes ewith shaped black felt backing cloth. Owner’s name “M. Irwin” scratched to reverse. Loops VGC
12th Royal Lancers Officer’s cap badge. A good post 1903 example. Set on crossed lances, silver Prince of Wales\' plumes with gilt coronet; above the plumes, a gilt Crown; between the lance butts “XII” in gilt. Single loop to reverse. Some wear to gilt. GC
12th Royal Lancers OR's cap badge circa 1903-52. A fine die-cast bi-metal example on slider.
12th Royal Lancers OR's cap badge circa 1903-52. A good die-cast bi-metal example on slider.
12th Royal Lancers OR's cap badge circa 1903-52. A good die-cast bi-metal example on slider.
12th Royal Lancers WW2 era Cap Badge by Firmin London. A good die-cast bi-metal example with maker\'s details stamped on the slider,
12th Sudanese Infantry Pagri Cap Badge. This example retaining original material backing cloth. Loops. Circa 1920’s Moth hole otherwise GC
13 Corps WW2 printed formation sign. Red gazelle on red / white diamond. Sign adopted in the Western Desert
13/18 Hussars GSM Awarded to \"22614917 Tpr. J.T. Marshall 13/18 H.”. Condition: GC
13/18th Royal Hussars 1929-38 cap / collar badge. A good example of the “OMO” pattern. Retaining original short loops. GC (KK 1904)
133 Battery Royal Artillery formation sign. A good scarce example. Red thistle printed on blue.
133 Battery Royal Artillery formation sign. A good scarce example. Red thistle printed on blue.
134th (48th Toronto Highlanders) Bn. CEF glengarry badge by Ellis Bros. Toronto A good scare die-stamped bronze example on flat loops.
13th (Howitzer) Medium Battery, 4th Medium Brigade Royal Artillery pagri flash worn in India circa 1925-33. A scarce example Brass “13” over “M”. Mounted on half red, half dark blue cloth diamond (mothed).
13th / 18th Royal Hussars Brass Cap Badge circa 1938-52. A good die-cast example on slider. Minor staining
13th Hussars OR’s cap badge circa 1902-22 A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
13th Hussars OR’s cap badge circa 1902-22. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. (KK 770)
13th Hussars pre 1922 OR’s cap badge A good die-stamped brass example on slider. (KK 771)
13th Hussars Victorian bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good bi-metal example on black loops.
13th London (Kensington) chromed cap badge. This example with the owner's details “CSM Smith” engraved to the slider GC.
13th London (Kensington) scarce anodised cap badge by JR Gaunt, London. A fine example on slider.
13th New Zealand Infantry WWI Officer’s silver and gilt cap badge. A fine die-cast example by Gaunt,London. Loops VGC 13th (North Canterbury and Westland) formed 1898.
13th/18th Royal Hussars cap badge circa 1922-52 by Firmin, London. A good die-cast brass example on slider.
13th/18th Royal Hussars NCO’s badge. Silver wire embroidered cypher on navy ground.
13th/18th Royal Hussars post 1953 Officer's bullion beret badge. A good toned example. 13th/18th Royal Hussars and the 15th/19th King's Royal Hussars amalgamated in December 1992 to form The Light Dragoons.
14/20th Hussars Officer’s scarlet field service cap. A fine and attractive example by Herbert Johnson, 13 Burlington St, London W1. Scarlet curtain, body and peak and crown; the welt of the crown and top of the curtain ornamented with gold braid; the front with two flat gilt metal buttons of regimental pattern. To the left side, embroidered into the body of the cap, a large bullion eagle. The interior with silk lining. Minor service wear, generally VGC. 14th Light Dragoons granted the Prussian Eagle and title “Duchess of York’s Own” in 1798.14/20th Hussars Officer’s scarlet field service cap.
14/20th Hussars scarce OR’s cap badge. Good die-cast Prussian Eagle bearing FR on breast on slider
148th Independent Infantry Brigade WW2 formation sign. A good scarce example removed from a uniform. Black NM embroidered on green silk rectangle.
148th Independent Infantry Brigade WW2 formation sign. A good scarce example removed from a uniform. Black NM embroidered on green silk rectangle.
148th Independent Infantry Brigade WW2 silk embroidered formation sign. Black “NM” on khaki rectangle.
14th (St.Ives) Bn. Cornwall Home Guard WW2 formation sign. A hand clutching a black sword emerging from a red castellated tower bearing XIV to the centre all printed on a khaki rectangle. Commanded by Lt. Col. P.J. Chellen.
14th Army ( A good example with brass pin fitting to reverse. Famous for its fighting in Burma commanded by Field Marshal Sir Bill Slim. Renamed Malaya Command 1st November 1945.
14th Army WW2 bullion formation sign. A very fine example of the "Forgotten Army" lined with KD and fitted with pin fastener.
14th Australian Light Horse Regiment QMI slouch hat badge circa 1902-12. Die-stamped silvered example on loops. Good condition.
14th Bn (Young Citizens) Royal Irish Rifles WW1 “Kitchener’s Army” cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example on slider. Raised in Belfast in September 1914 from Belfast Volunteers. Landed at Boulogne in October 1915.(KK 1153)
14th King's Hussars bi-metal oval cap badge circa 1896-1915. A good example on loops. Slight service wear.
14th Kings Hussars field service cap badge / collar badge. Die-stamped brass WW1 example on loops. Service wear
14th King\'s Hussars brass cap badge circa 1915-22. A fine scarce die-stamped example on loops. (KK 774)
14th King’s Hussars 1915-22 OR’s small pattern cap badge A fine die-stamped brass example on slider. ( KK 774)
14th King’s Hussars OR’s cap badge circa 1915-22 . A good die-stamped brass example on slider
14th King’s Hussars pre 1915 OR’s cap badge. A good example, the loops replaced with lead soldered slider. VGC. (KK 772)
14th/ 20th Hussars Northern Ireland Cyprus Medal Pair. Awarded to 24256187 Tpr A.G.B. Honeyman14/20 H. GC Mounted as originally worn.
14th/20th Hussars Bullion Badge
14th/20th Hussars scarce brass cap badge. Die-cast Prussian eagle with FR on breast; on slider.
14th/20th Hussars silver NCO’s arm badge A scarce example by F & S. HM Birmingham 1924. Most details of eagle heavily polished. Reverse of oval backing plated stamped Firmin, London.
14th/20th King's Hussars Officer’s scarlet peaked forage cap. A good scarce post 1953 scarlet example by Herbert Johnson complete with black and gilt eagle badge, simulated patent leather peak and chinstrap, the latter supported by two flat gilt metal buttons of regimental pattern. Ink name to sweatband. Minor service wear.
15 Indian Corps WW2 formation Badge. Black design of three V’s embroidered on red. GC
15 Indian Corps WW2 formation sign. Black design of three V’s embroidered on red. Good Condition
15/19th King’s Hussars EIIR Officer’s field service cap / beret badge. Bullion embroidered on crimson ground.
15/19th King’s Hussars OR’s cap badge circa 1922-52. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. (KK 778)
153rd Gurkha Parachute Battalion rare WW2 cloth bush hat badge. White crossed kukris suspended from a parachute heavily embroidered on light blue rectangle. Some service wear and mothing.
153rd Gurkha Parachute Battalion WW2 cloth bush hat badge. Fine white crossed kukris suspended from a parachute heavily embroidered on light blue felt rectangle.
155th Lowland Field Ambulance piper’s glengarry badge. A good cast nickel silver example. Loops to the reverse. GC
15th (48th Toronto Highlanders) Bn. CEF bronze Canadian Scottish WW1 glengarry badge. A good large die-stamped bronze example on loops (Cox 469) Fought on the Western Front
15th (48th Toronto Highlanders) Bn. CEF WW1 glengarry badge. A good scarce large die-stamped bronze example on loops. Cross states this pattern issued only in England to 34th Draft.
15th (Jhelum) Mountain Battery, 25th Indian Mountain Brigade Royal Artillery pagri flash mount, India circa 1927-39. Brass “15” over “JHELUM” over “MTN” on associated vertically halved red and dark blue felt diamond. Integral loops
15th (Kirkee) Fileld Battery Artillery, Auxiliry Forces India (AFI) Inter War Period Pagri Badge. Cast brass 'KIRKEE' on flat loops (one broken) sewn to later RA cloth diamond
15th (Service) Bn. (2nd Birmingham) Royal Warwickshire Regiment 2nd “Birmingham Pals” WW1 Trio Awarded to 993 A.C. SJT D.M. RODDICK R. WAR R. Comprising: 1914/15 Star, (L.CPL R. WAR R), British War Medal, Victory Medal (A.C. SJT R. WAR R). Colour Sergeant David M Roddick is confirmed as serving with the 15th Bn Royal Warwickshire Regiment, he landed in France on the 21st November 1915 serving with 15 Platoon D Company.
15th (Service) Bn. (2nd Birmingham) Royal Warwickshire Regiment “Birmingham Pals” WW1 attributed Cap Badge. A good Kitchener's Army die-stamped bi-metal example on slider, attributed to 993 Sergeant D.M. Roddick . See medal section for biographical details.
15th / 19th Hussars General Service Medal A good example awarded to "19013462 L Cpl Stuart 15/19 H". GC.
15th / 19th Hussars Officer's Cap Badge Silver plate, gilt and blue enamel. Loops. VGC. Reverse impressed "LB & B. Made in England"
15th Hussars Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal. A scarce example to the regiment. Awarded to H-4239 Pte H Symes 15/Hrs. GC. The 15th Hussars was amalgamated with the 19th Royal Hussars to form the 15th/19th Hussars in 1922.
15th Loodianha Sikhs 1903-22 pagri badge. Well cast Crowned quoit ; to the centre, floriated �XV� resting on a scroll inscribed �Loodianha Sikhs� which extends across the base of the quoit. Stout pagri pin to reverse. WM, GC (Cox 2402)
15th Madras Infantry Victorian Field Officer’s Scarlet Tunic. A rare transitional example of the 1880 pattern scarlet tunic. Scarlet melton cloth, with buff facings to the collar and cuffs. The former with a rounded front, edged with gold lace and scrolling bullion decoration. The cuff with Field Officer bullion decoration. The shoulder with a loop of gold bullion cord and Victorian regimental buttons, with a further eight large buttons to the front. The interior with a quilted lining. ... Accompanied by overalls made of a light weight material, dark blue with gold lace, this with a central crimson line. Overall GC bullion and scarlet remains bright, small moth holes to the interior. Slight age wear.
15th/19th King's Royal Hussars OR's bi-metal cap badge circa 1922-52. A fine die-stamped example on slider. Formed on 11 April 1922, from the amalgamation of 15th King's Hussars and 19th Royal Hussars.
162nd Brigade embroidered formation sign. A good example removed from a uniform. Black square with yellow heart bearing black castle.
162nd Brigade formation sign. Black square printed with yellow heart bearing black castle. Condition: Removed from uniform. VGC
163rd Infantry OCTU (Artists Rifles) facing pair of WW2 formation signs. White conjoined heads of Mars and Minerva embroidered on green rectangle. Removed from uniform, some moth.
168 (City of Leeds) Squadron ATC Title. A good 1960's period example, worn on the Battledress uniform.
16QL rare early 16th Queen Lancers Brass Shoulder Title. A good scarce example on integral loops
16th (Bedfordshire) Regiment of Foot Officer’s shako plate circa 1869-78. A fine die-stamped rich gilt example on two loops. Within a crowned laurel wreath the Garter, the seeded gilt centre pierced with the numerals “16”.
16th (Bedfordshire) Regiment of Foot Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped brass example on brass loops North and South. (KK 445)
16th (Irish) Division scarce WW1 cloth formation sign. A fine example comprising a green shamrock embroidered on a khaki disc. Formed September 1914. Served on Western Front from December 1915 until the end of the war.
16th (The Queen’s) Lancers, Officer’s lance cap plate circa 1856-1901 A very fine example. Copper gilt triangular fluted rayed back plate with large silver overlay, comprising the Royal Arms, double crossed lances, title scroll “Sixteenth Lancers” and thirteen battle honour scrolls from “Peninsula” to “Aliwal” and Sobraon”. VGC
16th Bn. Welsh Regiment “Cardiff Pals” rare WW1 badge. Correct thin die-cast bronze example on loops with little detail to reverse. (KK 1150) 16th (Service) Bn (Cardiff City) raised by Lord Mayor November 1914. Landed in France December 1915; disbanded 7.2.18 in France.
16th DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY pair of shoulder titles Red on dark green embroidered matching pair removed from a battledress Slight moth
16th Polish Armoured Brigade WW2 formation sign. A fine example. Black dragon embroidered on orange felt oval, black paper backing partially absent. Raised in 1940 in Scotland as 16th Polish Tank Brigade
16th Queen's Lancers OR's lance cap plume holder and woollen pompom Red over yellow pompom with central post 1902 brass button. Plume holder and screw posts to reverse. Some service wear. Dusty
16th Queen’s Lancers OR’s lance cap circa 1901-14. A good example. The skull, peak and crown of black patent leather with ornate gilt metal fleur bosses to each corner of the mortar board top. A King’s Crown triangular plate to the front bears battle honours including those of the Boer War. the last being “South Africa 1900-02”. Lion’s head bosses to each side, support a black leather backed brass chinchain. Woollen cord boss with regimental post 1901 button to centre supports a black horsehair plume mounted in gilt metal plume holder. Leather and waxed cotton lining to the interior, bearing 1911 issue stamp. Complete with yellow mohair cord cap lines (not illustrated). Good condition. The 16th Lancers were the only regiment to crimp their lance pennons; this custom was adopted by the regiment after the Battle of Aliwal, when after the battle, the blood stained pennons dried crimped in the heat of the sun. At the battle, they were commanded by John Rowland Smyth, the regiment capturing 11 pieces of artillery and driving the Sikh infantry completely off the field after three distinct charges.
16th Queen’s Lancers Victorian OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped example on four loops . (KK 779)
16th Queen’s Lancers Victorian OR’s lance cap plate. A good brass example bearing 13 honours up to “Aliwal”. Two screw posts to reverse. A little service wear GC.
16th The Queen's Lancers cap badge. A good bi-metal example on slider.
16th The Queens Lancers pair of Post 1905 Other Ranks Collar Badges. A good bi-metal pair on loops.
16th The Queen’s Lancers OR’s cap badge by Firmin, London. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. Worn by 16th/5th Lancers 1922-52
16th The Queen’s Lancers post 1905 OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. Continued in use by 16th/5th after 1922 amalgamation
16th/5th Lancers Gulf War Group of Four Medals. Awarded to 24751512 Tpr A.P. Smith 16/5 L. Comprising: Gulf War Medal, with clasp, UN Cyprus Medal, these mounted court style as originally worn. Accompanied by Saudi Liberation of Kuwait Medal and Kuwait Liberation Medal. All with original boxes of issue. GC.
16th/5th Queen's Lancers EIIR Cap Badge. A good die-cast bi-metal example on slider.
17/21 LANCERS cloth embroidered shoulder title. A fine example. White serif letters on black.
17/21st Lancers Badges. Comprising: Anodised collar badges. .... Pair brass shoulder titles. ... cloth shoulder title. GC.
17/21st Lancers General Service Medal Palestine 1945-48 grouping. Awarded to \"21037411 Tpr L. Crocombe 17/21 L.\". Comprising: Defence Medal & GSM Palestine 1945-48. Both medals are loose with pins for wearing. ... Accompanied by a uniform ribbon bar confirming entitlement. ... Box for the GSM. ... Three Dog Tags. ... Cap Badge (Motto). ... 17/21st Pass ... BOAC movement instructs 1948 etc. GC. An interesting and scarce grouping of items.to the Death or Glory Boys.
1798 Davison’s Nile Medal in gilt bronze. A fine and scarce example issued to Petty Officers who were present at the Great Victory on 1st August 1798. The obverse depicts the figure of peace caressing a shield embossed with a portrait of Lord Nelson. The reverse is decorated with a scene of the British Fleet at Aboukir Bay. The edge bears an inscription from Alexander Davison. Top rim bears evidence of suspender, otherwise generally VGC Gilt remains very bright to both sides. The photograph of the obverse shows true colour to gilt on both sides.
17th Australian Infantry Bn. (North Sydney Regt.) brass slouch hat badge. A good die-stamped example on loops
17th County of London (Poplar & Stepney) Officer’s cap badge circa 1908-26. Usual cast silvered example on blades. (as KK 1847) 17th County of London (Poplar & Stepney) became Tower Hamlets Rifles in 1926.
17th DCO Lancers (Death or Glory) pair of brass shoulder titles A good pre 1922 pair on hexagonal loops
17th Duke of Cambridge's Own Lancers Cap Badge/ Motto A good die-stamped white metal skull and crossed bones on "Or Glory" scroll on slider.
17th Foot (Leicestershire) 1869-78 OR’s shako plate. A brass example comprising laurel wreath surmounted by a Crown. Within the wreath, the Garter; within the Garter, pierced “17”. Two loops to reverse. Lead repair to reverse of
17th Lancers NCO’s silver plated arm badge or “motto”. A fine scarce example on loops. Minor service wear.
17th Lancers pair of Brass Collar Badges. Fine scarce die-stamped pair of "Mottoes" on loops.
17th Lancers Victorian NCO\'s arm badge / motto A rare hollow nickel silver example with flat backing plate bearing two \"breather\" holes. Two loops to reverse. Service wear and dents.
17th Lancers Victorian OR’s lance cap plate. A good brass post 1880 example bearing Royal Arms, skull and crossed bones etc, and six honours “Alma” “Inkerman” "Central India” and “Balaclava” “Sevastopol” “South Africa 1879”. Two screw posts to reverse. Bottom right tip at fault otherwise GC.
17th Lancers Victorian OR’s lance cap plate. A good brass post 1880 example bearing six honours “Alma” “Inkerman” “Central India” and “Balaclava” “Sevastopol” “South Africa 1879”. Two screw posts to reverse. Flattened for display purposes. GC
17th London (Poplar & Stepney) Officer’s silvered cap badge circa 1908-26 A well cast example on loops. (as KK 1847)1 Redesignated Tower Hamlets Rifles in 1926.
17th Surrey Rifle Volunteers Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1860-77. A good scarce die-stamped blackened example on screw posts. Within a crowned strap “17th Surrey Rifle Volunteers”, applied silvered Arms of Surrey (shield charged with six martlets). Formed at Godstone 23rd February 1860. Consolidated as a sub-division of 4th Surrey RVC in 1880 which was to be redesignated 2nd VB Queen’s West Surrey Regt. in March 1883.
17th/21st Lancers Officer’s cap badge or “motto”. A good silver plated example, retaining both long loops. GC slight wear to plating.
18 / W.YORK “Bradford Pals” WW1 brass shoulder title. A good scarce example with flat loops to reverse. GC (Westlake 889) 18th (Service ) Bn.(2nd Bradford) raised 22nd January 1915 by Lord Mayor and City.
18/62 Field Battery, Royal Artillery scarce pagri flash, India. Brass “18/62” over “F” on two flat integral loops, mounted on half red, half dark blue cloth diamond. Fought in support of the Free French Brigade of 7th Armd Div at El Alamein, October 1942-January 1943
1855 Crimean War battle damaged Imperial Russian helmet plate. Rare die-stamped brass relic plate worn on the 1848 pattern helmet. One wing, eagle's head and overlay numerals absent. Old two part ink label to reverse "Balaklava Oct 19th 1855" "Presented by John Thomas Groom to Sir De Lacy Evans". http://www.libraryireland.com/biography/SirDeLacyEvans.php states : General Sir De Lacy Evans, G.C.B., was born at Moig, County of Limerick, in 1787. He entered the 22nd Regiment as ensign in 1807, and served three years in India; afterwards joining the 3rd Light Dragoons, he served with distinction in Spain and Portugal in the campaigns of 1812-'13-'14. He was especially commended by Wellington for his survey of the Pyrenees. Early in 1814, having become brevet Lieutenant-Colonel of the 5th West India Regiment, he was ordered to America. At the battle of Bladensburg, 24th August 1814, he had two horses shot under him. It was he who, at the head of 100 men, acting under orders of General Ross, forced the Capitol at Washington. He also took part in the attack on Baltimore. He was wounded before New Orleans, 8th January 1815, and was sent home. He recovered in time to join Wellington at Quatre Bras, where he had two horses killed under him, and remained on Wellington's staff during the occupation of France. His next military employment was in 1835, when he commanded the British Legion of 10,000 men in Spain, in aid of Queen Isabella against Don Carlos. After his return in 1837 he entered Parliament as member for Westminster — a seat he held for almost thirty years, until he retired from political life in 1865. During the Crimean war he commanded the second division of the British army as Lieutenant-General, particularly distinguishing himself at the Alma. At Inkerman (5th November 1854) he rose from a sick bed to join his division, refusing to take the honours of the day from General Pennefather, who was in actual command under him. He received the thanks of the House of Commons on his return in February 1855. He was gazetted General in 1861, having already received the grand cross of the Bath and of the Legion of Honour. He resigned his seat in Parliament in 1865, on account of increasing infirmities, and died 9th January 1870, aged 82.
1865 National Artillery Association arm badge. A good and very scarce example of crimson melton cloth embroidered with blue silk padded circlet, ornamented with bullion around the outer edge, inscribed “National Artillery Association 1865” with bullion padded shield of the Arms of the Board of Ordnance to centre. Reverse retains original paper label “C.Smith & Sons, 12, Piccadilly. Gold Lacemen to HRH The Prince of Wales”. Some age wear, one or two minor moth holes to outer circlet otherwise GC
1878 pattern Volunteer Officer\'s Home Service helmet spike and cruxiform base. A fine scarce silvered example, the spike unscrews from the base which is secured to a helmet with three of four rose head screw posts. Back section of the base complete with hook to secure the chinchain in the upright position. Tarnished otherwise fine.
1878 Rifle Volunteer / Militia carte de visite. Photograher WG Lewis of Bath. Ink name to reverse "J.C. Godwin" Condition: Slight fading, GC
1882 Middlesex Rifle Volunteer large bullion prize badge, Some service wear and stitching faults.
1888 Surrey County Rifle Championship Prize Badge. A scarce padded scarlet and bullion prize badge. GC. This style of badge are often seen on the uniforms of members of the county volunteer Battalions.
1899 Boer War Other Rank’s Foreign Service Helmet. An extremely rare example of the Other Rank’s pattern, the interior with leather sweatband and clear WD 1899 issue stamp. There appears to be no damage to the cork shell, although the helmet is slightly squeezed. The Khaki exterior now with white finish and fitted with brass rosettes, which support and leather backed chin chain. Helmet plate has been fitted to the front.
18th (Wickhambrook) Suffolk Rifle Volunteers Victorian waist belt clasp circa 1860-70. A fine rare blackened example with matching numbers to both halves. Circlet inscribed “Wickhambrook District Rifle Corps”; seeded centre bearing crowned strung bugle with “18” between the cords and “Suffolk” below. Plain ends. Formed 22nd October, 1860 at Wickhambrook; disbanded 1870.
18th Bn WW1 CEF cap badge. Maple leaf design ,on loops. Good condition.
18th Hussars Early Issue three clasp Queen’s South Africa Medal. Awarded to “3263 Corpl E.W. Lundy 18/Hrs” bearing the clasps “Cape Colony”, “Orange Free State”, “Laing’s Nek”. GC. Engraved style naming, with ghost dates to the reverse. GC Clasp entitlement confirmed.
18th Hussars Officer's Collar Badges. One plated, the other 1910 hallmarked silver by J & Co. Both on loops
18th Hussars Post 1901 Other Ranks Collar Badges. Two die-stamped white metal examples on loops, appear worn as a pair.
18th London Irish Rifles OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on slider. Minor service wear. (KK 1848)
18th QMO Hussars OR\'s cap badge CIRCA 1911-22. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider. (KK 788)
18th Queen Mary’s Own Hussars Officer’s Mameluke sword circa 1911-22. A fine rare example, the curved unfullered blade with etched decoration depicting \"18\" within a Crowned strap, battle honours to South Africa 1899-1902 and a Crowned GvR Cypher. Fine gilt cross guard bearing silver applied silver regimental device incorporating XVIII. Two piece plain ivory grip with gilt floral head patteri. Housed in original brass scabbard, fitted with two loose rings. Minor service wear. Raised on 23rd February 1858 as 18th Regiment of Light Dragoons, redesignated Hussars in 1861. 1st November 1910 granted title Queen Mary’s Own. Amalgamated with 13th Hussars in April 1922
19 / LANCERS (Indian Army) cast white metal shoulder title. A scarce example of 19th Lancers (Fane’s Horse) on long loops. GC
19 / VR / MIDDLESEX scarce blackened brass shoulder title. A good example on tree loops. 37th Mx RVC renumbered 19th (Bloomsbury) in 1880; merged with 1st Mx. RV to become 9th Bn. London Regt. (Queen Victoria’s) in 1908
1911 Dated 1908 Webbing Side Bag. WW1 Pattern A rare pre Great War issued example. The underflap with clear 1911 issue date and also stamped 1W. This pattern without lower buckles.
1914 Falkland Islands Volunteer Corps silver award. A fine and scarce heavy silver example by F & S bearing Birmingham hallmarks for 1926. Design follows that of the unit’s cap badge viz. a shield diagonally divided, above, the stern of the ship “Desire”; below, a Sea Lion. The shield surrounded with roped motto scroll “Desire the Right”. Stout pin to reverse which bears the legend “Falkland Islands Volunteer Corps 1914” and is engraved with the recipient’s name “Pte. T. McKay”. VGC Formed in 1892 upon the disbandment of the Falkland Islands Garrison Company of Royal Marines; mobilised 1st November 1914; disbanded in 1919; reformed as Falkland Islands Defence Force in 1920.
1914 Princess Mary Gift Tin and contents. A good example Complete with cigarette packet (11 present), Tabacco (side split contents present) and 1914 Christmas Card. Tin with no splits . Retains some of the gilt finish. GC.
1914 Reigate & Redhill District VTC WW1 Surrey lapel / mufti badge Circular enamelled example on buttonhole fitting. Dull
1914 Tyneside Scottish scarce 1st pattern glengarry badge Die-stamped white metal. Loops. Very good condition. (KK 1135)
1914 Tyneside Scottish scarce 1st pattern glengarry badge. A fine die-stamped white metal example on replacement loops. (KK 1135)
1914 Tyneside Scottish scarce 1st pattern glengarry badge. A good die-stamped white metal example, brooched. (KK 1135)
1914-18 Hungarian Red Cross badge. A fine scarce pinback example comprising a gilt edged white enamel oval badge bearing translucent red enamel Geneva Cross surmounted by the Holy Crown of St.Stephen in gilt highlighted with green and black enamels.
1914-18 Hungarian Red Cross badge. A fine scarce pinback example comprising a gilt edged white enamel oval badge bearing translucent red enamel Geneva Cross surmounted by the Holy Crown of St.Stephen in gilt highlighted with green and black enamels.
1914/15 Star, Medal. This example of the 1914/15 Star has been skimmed (name erased) a number of years ago and has a very good colour, which matches the obverse. Retaining original ribbon (worn) and remains mounted onto an original Trio Bar. An excellent gap filler.
1915 dated WW1 1914 Leather Equipment Large Pack. A very rare good example of the 1914 pattern large pack. Complete with all brass buckles and both leather straps to the flap (one with small cut). The rear with leather tangs. To the flap faint details of the original owner, indicating Royal Artillery issue. The interior with makers stamp and date 1915. Some service and age wear, leather remains supple.
1915 On War Service Gilt & Enamel Lapel Badge. A good example, with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. GC
1915 Volunteer Traing Corps WW1 VTC Cap Badge A fine scarce die-cast brass example on loops.
1916 Dated WW1 1908 Webbing Equipment Large Pack. A very good example, in near unused condition. clear stamp to the inside f the flap for the Mills Equipment Company 1916. VGC.
1917 WD Publication "Prevention of Espionage and Leakage of Information." Published by 3rd S & M Field Press 20th April 1917. Condition: Slight wear
1918 Royal Air Force Medical Branch RAF collar badge. A scarce die-stamped brass example based on the RAMC cap badge. Loops. AMWO 1217/18 of 10th October 1918 introduced this pattern which was shortly superseded by the usual winged pattern still in use today.
1918 WRAF Womens Royal Air Force 1st pattern Cap Badge. A rare and very good example of the pattern of badge introduced on the formation of the WRAF in 1918. This padded example retains the black wax cotton backing.
1918 WRAF Womens Royal Air Force 1st pattern Cap Badge. A rare and very good example of the pattern of badge introduced on the formation of the WRAF in 1918. This padded example retains the black wax cotton backing. GC
1918 WRAF Womens Royal Air Force Rare Shoulder Title. A rare example white cotton embroidery, onto black. VGC. This title was introduced in April 1918 and was worn in conjunction with the white embroidered eagle. In February 1919 orders were issued abolishing the WRAF title.
1918 WW1 2/4th Bn Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 1902 Pattern Tunic. A good and rare Other Ranks example, regulation pattern of khaki cloth, with double pleat to the collar (correct for the pattern). Complete with brass shoulder titles and General Service pattern buttons. Each shoulder with a red circle 1 1/2 inch diameter, this indicating the 2/4th Bn Ox & Bucks Light Infantry. To the left cuff and Good Conduct chevron and to the right two overseas service chevrons in blue. The interior retains part of the paper issue label which shows the date 1918. The tunic is with some mothing see photographs, but remains in good clean condition. The 2/4th Bn was raised in Oxford in 1914, but did not land in France until January 1916.
1919 North Russia Expedition Attributed Cloth Formation Badge. This badge was worn by Private Hugh Osmond. White felt Polar Star mounted onto blue backing. See Medal section for biographical details of Pte Osmond.
1919 North Russia Expedition Attributed Cloth Formation Badge. This badge was worn by Private Hugh Osmond. White felt Polar Star mounted onto blue backing. Private Hugh Osmond was born on the 9th October 1900 and on the 12th February Volunteered for service with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. He transferred to the 1st Bn Gloucestershire Regiment on the 13th February 1919 and on the 12th May 1919 embarked for Archangel on HMT Gyain. Surviving the campaign he returned to the UK and was discharged on the 31st March 1921
1919 North Russia Expedition Red Russian Soviet Propaganda Leaflets / Posters These two Red Russian leaflets were "picked up" by Private Hugh Osmond of the Gloucestershire Regiment. They are telling Allied Soldiers both British and American to turn on there Officers and go home. Fragile condition. See Medal section for biographical details of Pte Osmond.
1925 Military Manoeuvres Commission Armband A rare example, white wool material with gold bullion and coloured silk embroidery. GC small amount of age wear.
1927 HM Dockyard Davenport Imperial Service Medal This George V example was awarded to \"Alfred Thomas Cavill\". Retains original ribbon and pin fitting as worn and contained in original box of issue. GC. London Gazette 15th July 1927.
1929-45 Star, Pacific (with Burma bar), Defence, War Medal and pre war GSM Palestine Miniature Medals
1930s WW2 RAF Observer's Brevet. A good padded example, retaining black paper backing. Has been worn GC
1930\'s WW2 RAF Pilots Knee Pad. A scarce alloy example, with provision for rolling paper and accommodation for pencil. With circle issue stamp. Retaining original leg straps. Has been used. GC.
1932 Braunschweig early German NSDAP say badge / A scarce die-stamped brass plated example by R. Wächt u. Lange. Mittweida SA/ Text "Reichstags-Wahl 6. nov. 1032. Braunscheig" and bearing swastika. Head and shoulders of SA Brownshirt stormtrooper. Pin back. Very good condition
1936 Fire Brigade Silver Long Service Medal A good example of the Association of Professional Fire Brigade Officer\'s Long Service Medal, bearing Birmingham Hallmarks. Awarded to \"Fireman H.V. Norris 1936\". Retaining original ribbon. Complete with velvet lined leather case. GC
1937 George VI Coronation Medal. A good example mounted as originally worn as a single medal. GC.
1937 German Third Reich Internationaler Segulflug-Wettbewerb pressed tinnie badge.
1938 RAF Observer Corps sealed pattern brassard / armlet / armband. A fine rare dark blue and white vertically striped example embroidered with OBSERVER CORPS in red sans serif letters. Chrome buckle to reverse. Attached to blue label with red wax seal impressed with Royal Arms and "Aeronautical Inspection Directorate". Label dated 9.5.1938 Observer Corps established on 29 October 1925 under command of county police forces. 1929 became under the control of the Air Ministry. For their outstanding service during the Battle of Britain , in April 1941 HM King George VI destowed the title "Royal".
1938-1941 Air Defence Cadet Corps Button. A good example of the ADCC chrome button. Complete with shank. VGC. The ADDC 1938 to 1941 was the for runner of the Air Training Corps.
1938-1941 Air Defence Cadet Corps Button. A good example of the ADCC chrome button. Complete with shank. VGC. The ADDC 1938 to 1941 was the for runner of the Air Training Corps.
1939 WW2 Paddington Air Raid Warden Armband & Certificate. A rare early example of yellow cloth with black stenciled stamping. Complete with Metropolitan Borough of Paddington Certificate awarded to Capt G.L.T. Eaton MC on completion of the Warden's Refresher course. November 15th 1939. Near VGC, Captain Eaton MC served with the South Staffordshire Regiment during WW1.
1940 WD Publication “Notes on the German Army” Published December 1940. Includes a large number of photographic illustrations, plus colour illustrations of uniform and insignia. Condition: VGC
1942 Cambridge Regiment rare WW2 sealed Pattern Plastic Economy Cap Badge A fine example on blades attached to Chief Inspectorate of Clothing pattern board dated 30-12-42. Reverse bearind red wax seal.
1942 Reconnaissance Corps / 6th Bn East Surrey Regiment Casualty Medal. A good example of the Territorial Efficiency Medal (GVIR) awarded to “6138136 Cpl E.A. Coulson 6-E. Surr R” GC. Sergeant Edward Albert Coulson died on the 4th January 1942 whilst serving with the 4th Bn Reconnaissance Corps. He was buried at the Aldershot Military Cemetery.
1944 dated WW2 Royal West African Frontier Force RAOC Bush Hat. A good felt example by Failsworth Hats Ltdof green felt, with single tape pagri. Retaining RWAFF insignia of a green triangle over Ordnance red blue red bar; plain turned up brim. The interior retains leather sweatband with clear 1944 date stamp.
1945 dated polished steel mirror A good example by LSL with WD arrow example in green cloth case
1947-53 Royal Australian EME Officers Silvered & Gilt Cap Badge by Luke. A good bright example on loops, reverse embossed Luke Melb.
1950's Air Race board game. Board only. Slight wear. Condition: GC
1958 De Havilland Comet Report on Tests with Thrust Reverse Installation. complemented with photographic illustrations. Condition: GC
1960s British United Airways Crew Members Flying Logbook. An interesting logbook recording the flights of Gwendolin McCutcheon, who flew with the airline out of Gatwick Airport in 1965/66. Flying in BAC 111 and Viscount on European routes including Berlin, Palma, Amsterdam etc. Also a number of remarks including Hit by Lightning on a flight from Guiesloh to Gatwick April 1966. GC.
1970’s Period RAF Air Electronics Operators Brevet. The style of this bevet would indicate 1960’s, 1970’s period example. Padded with black backing cloth GC.
1970’s Period RAF Air Electronics Operators Brevet. The style of this bevet would indicate 1960’s, 1970’s period example. Padded with black backing cloth
1977 EIIR Jubilee Medal. Retaining half the fitted case. Toned otherwise VGC
1977 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Medal & Box. A very good example complete with original box of issue. VGC
1977 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Medal & Box. A very good example complete with original box of issue. VGC
1983 Hong Kong Police Cap. This example retaining original chrome and blue enamel badge. The interior with Chiu Kee Cap maker label dated 1983. Overall GC.
1990 Gulf War Civilian GCHQ Operative Medal. A scarce example awarded to a civilian \"K.W. Ellis\". VGC Complete with box of issue and wax paper wrapping. Information supplied with the medal indicated that Mr Ellis was a former Leading R.O. Royal Navy and during the Gulf War served with GCHQ, detachment Cyprus.
19th (1st York, North Riding) PWO Regiment of Foot, Victorian Officer's tunic button circa 1855-81 by Smith & Son A gilt example by C. Smith & Son 5 New Burlington St London. Gilt worn
19th (Niagra) (Howitzer) Medium Battery Royal Artillery pagri flash circa 1938-40. A good scarce example. Brass “19” over “NIAGRA” over “M” on two flat integral loops, mounted on half red, half dark blue cloth diamond. Has ben worn
19th (St Pancras) London WW1 cap badge and pair of shoulder titles Splendid set. Cap die-stamped on slider by F.N. B'ham ... pair of titles each on three loops
19th Alberta Armoured Car Regiment cloth \"formation sign\" circa 1946-49 A scarce cloth example. Green felt outline of an armoured car on a maroon backing; the wheels etc picked out in embroidery, the centre bearing gold yellow embroidered “19”.
19th Bn. London Regiment (St. Pancras) OR's brass cap badgecirca 1908-35. A good die-stamped brass example on slider. HQ 76, High Street, Camden Town. Adopted Royal Engineers insignia in 1935.
19th Century continental fine gilt badge. Fixing: 4 loops Condition: VGC
19th Century Salopian / Shropshire Yeomanry Officer\'s Sabretache Sling Billets. A rare set of three fire gilt buckles mounted with silvered Leopard heads (Loggerheads). Minor wear, generally VGC
19th Century Salopian / Shropshire Yeomanry Officer\'s Sword Sling Billets. A rare pair, fire gilt buckles mounted with silvered Leopard heads (Loggerheads). Minor wear, generally VGC
19th Hussars NCO’s silver arm badge. A good solid unmarked silver example. Pin fitting and now fitted with safety chain GC The Elephant was borne in commemoration of the distinguished services of the old 19th Light Dragoons in India.Brooch
19th Hussars pre 1922 pagri badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on replacement loops. painted silver many years ago.
19th Hussars very rare “double scroll” elephant cap badge. A fine OR’s 1902-09 white metal example on loops. (KK 790)
19th Hussars Victorian OR’s white metal cap badge circa 1898-1902.
19th King George’s Own Lancers brass cap badge. A good example made by Firmin of London. Original fittings, now replaced with a pin fitting GC.
19th Princess of Wales's Own Hussars OR’s white metal cap badge circa 1898-1902. A good scarce die-stamped “Single scroll elephant” example on loops. (KK 789) The Elephant was borne in commemoration of the distinguished services in India.
19th Princess of Wales\'s Own Hussars OR’s white metal cap badge circa 1898-1902. A good scarce die-stamped “Single scroll elephant” example on loops. (KK 789) The Elephant was borne in commemoration of the distinguished services of the old 19th Light Dragoons in India. Depot at Canterbury.
19th PWO Hussars scarce white metal pagri badge. A good die-stamped elephant on loops. The Elephant was borne in commemoration of the distinguished services of the old 19th Light Dragoons in India.
19th Surrey Rifle Volunteers Victorian OR's shako plate. A good blackened brass example . Fixing: Horizontal loops Condition: Generally VGC
19th Surrey Rifles Sergeant’s Victorian pouch belt plate. A good brass example with three screw posts to reverse. Tip of Crown AF
1nd Bn Bedfordshire Regiment 1914 Star & British War Medal. Awarded to \"6759 Pte. J.T. Mingay 2/Bedf R\" Comprising 1914 Star, British War Medal. Medals polished. Private John T Mingay landed in France with the 2nd Bn on the 6th October 1914. He was discharged and received the Silver War Badge.
1st (Althorpe) Northamptonshire Rifle Volunteers Victorian Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1859. A good scarce die-stamped silvered example on screw posts. Within a strap inscribed “1st Northamptonshire Rifle Volunteers” encircling a shield charged with crossed keys, a cross-crosslet between each of the angles. Slight service wear. Formed at Althorpe 29th August 1859 from the tennants of Earl Spencer\'s estate with The Earl, Officer Commanding.
1st (Camberley) Bn. Surrey Home Guard WW2 designation and title White painted HOME GUARD title with two part (sewn together) SY 1 dark blue printed on khaki designation. Removed from uniform, a little service wear
1st (City of Bristol) Gloucestershire Rifle Volunteers Victorian Officer’s green cloth helmet circa 1881-83. A fine and rare example of the dark green cloth Home Service Pattern helmet complete with blackened metal cross piece, spike and rose head bosses with support a blackened “roped” link chinchain (some links absent, backing cloth absent). To the front, a crowned Maltese cross with lions between the arms; to the centre, the Arms of Bristol within a circlet inscribed “1 Glos City of Bristol RV”. Retains cream silk topped leather sweatband to the interior. A little service wear but overall in very good condition. Became 1st (City of Bristol) VB Gloucestershire Regiment by General Order 63 of May 1883.
1st (City of London Volunteer Rifle Brigade), Victorian Officer's post 1874 pouch belt plate. A fine die-stamped unmarked silver example on two screw posts.. HQ. 8 Great Winchester Street. In 1908 became the 5th (City of London Battalion) The London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade).
1st (City of London) Bn Royal Fusiliers Memorial Plaque This example is named to Herbert John Titchmarsh. GC Private Herbert John Titchmarsh was Killed in Action on the 3rd May 1917. He was awarded the British War Medal & Victory Medal
1st (Exeter & South Devon) Rifle Volunteers Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1859-1901. A fine and scarce die-stamped silvered example on two screw posts. Within a crowned oval strap inscribed “Exeter & South Devon”, “1st Volunteer Rifles 1852”; below the strap, an ornate scroll inscribed “Semper fidelis”. Originally raised in May 1852, accepted by Horse Guards 23rd September 1959 as 1st Devonshire Rifle Volunteers (Exeter and South Devon). Became 1st VB Devonshire Regiment on 1st November 1885 and the plate continued in use.
1st (Hexham) VB Northumberland Fusiliers Officer’s grey cloth helmet circa 1893-1901. A fine and rare Victorian example of the light grey cloth Home Service Pattern helmet by Hobson & sons, London, complete with lightly blackened silvered metal cross piece, spike and rose bosses. To the front, an eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown; mounted on the star, within a laurel wreath, the Garter with St.George and the Dragon on a field of black velvet to centre. Below the Garter, a double scroll inscribed “The Northumberland Fusiliers 1st Volunteer Battalion”. The interior with leather sweatband. Complete with a silvered interlinked leather backed chin chain . Central backstrap rivet absent, minor service wear otherwise generally VGC
1st (Taunton) VB Somerset Light Infantry pre 1908 collar badge. A good die-stampe white metal example on loops
1st (Winchester) VB Hampshire Regiment cap badge circa 1896-1908. A good die-stamped brass example on toned loops. Tiger and Rose within a laurel wreath with “Hampshire” scroll across the base; but with additional scroll below inscribed “1st Volr. Battn.”
1st / 4th Bn Hampshire Regiment 1918 Casualty Trio Medal Group Awarded to “4-2284 Pte. T. Hayes Hamps R”. Comprising: 1914/15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal. Medals loose complete with original ribbons. GC Private Thomas Hayes died at the age of 21 on the 2nd October 1918, he remembered with Honour at the Kirkee Memorial. The CWGC Roll shows the number 200397. The MIC confirms both numbers issued to Pte Hayes. He landed at Hedjaz on the 18th October 1915.
1st Aberdeenshire Rifle Volunteers glengarry badge circa 1860-84. A fine die-stamped OR’s brass example. St. Andrew and Cross within an oval inscribed “Nemo me impune lacessit” set within a thistle wreath. Two loops to reverse. GC See “Scottish Regimental Badges 1793-1971” by W & K Bloomer No. 214
1st Admin Bn Aberdeen Rifle Volunteers glengarry badge A Scarce white metal example. Retaining booth loops Good Condition.
1st Argyll Highland Rifle Volunteers Victorian glengarry badge. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example of Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders pattern but with circlet inscribed “1st Argyll Highland Rifle Volunteers”. Two loops to reverse. VGC
1st Armoured Division cloth formation sign. A White charging rhino embroidered on black oval. Moth hole at 10 o’clock. Stuck on old card with potted history of the Division
1st Australian Volunteer Horse slouch badge circa 1897-1903. A fine rare die-stamped gilt metal example on loops with small ring at the top.. NSW shield bearing crossed rifle and sword; kangaroo and emu supporters with waratah bearing “1” on “Australian Horse” scroll between their heads.
1st Birmingham Battalion R. Warwickshire (Birmingham Pals) OR’s cap badge. A fine scarce "Kitchener's Army" die-stamped bi-metal example retaining original slider. (KK.139). Very good condition Worn 1914-19 by the 14th Service Bn. R. Warwickshire Regt.
1st Bn 13th (Kensington) London Regiment 1918 Casualty Group. Awarded to 495719 Private Harry Welch. Comprising: British War Medal, Victory Medal “Pte 13-Lond R”, Bronze Memorial Plaque “Harry Welch” GC. Private Harry Welch a native of Camberwell London died during the German Spring Offensive on the 25th March 1918 and is commemorated on the Arras Memorial. He was awarded the BWM & VM only
1st Bn Bedfordshire Regiment India General Service Medal 1895 Awarded to “3678 Pte C.H. Makeham 1st Bn Bedford Regt” bearing the clasp “Relief of Chitral” GC.
1st Bn Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry Casualty India General Service Medal 1854-95. Awarded to “2103 Pte W. Lowe 1st Bn DCL Infty” bearing the clasp “Burma 1889-92”. Near VGC Private William Lowe is confirmed as serving with A Company 1st Bn during the Wuntho Field Force Expedition. He was reported in the regimental Journal May 1891 as dying at Mandalay from heat apoplexy on the 14th May.
1st Bn Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry Brothers India General Service 1895 Medals. A scarce family grouping, awarded to brothers who served together with the DCLI during the Tirah Campaign 1897. Comprising: India General Service Medal two clasps “Punjab Frontier 1897-98”, “Tirah 1897-98”, :”4800 Pte P Tait 1/ D.C.L.I” GC Second group an identical India General Service Medal with clasps “3100 Lce Cpl C Tait 1/D.C.L.I.”, British War Medal “22175 Sjt C.W. Tait Bedf R” (Confirmed BWM only issued). Second group medals loose. Overall GC, both IGS suspension slack and named in unique DCLI style. Private 4800 Edward P Tait was born in 1880 and enlisted in 1895, originally posted to the 2nd Battalion. His brother 3100 Lance Corporal C Tait was born four years earlier in 1876. He reenlisted into the army joining the Bedfordshire Regiment on the 7th June 1915. His medal index card confirms the issue of the BWM Only. He was also awarded a Silver War Badge on discharge on the 18th September 1918. The Roll confirms his name as Charles Walter and his age is given as 42 years which confirms this as Pte C Tait formerly of the DCLI. The 1881 British Census also confirms their full names and shows them living at the 30th Brigade Depot, with their father Corporal Charles Tait of the 10th Regiment.
1st Bn Gloucestershire Regiment North Russia 1919 Medal Groupping. A very rare grouping of items of 55349 Private Hugh Osmond who at the age of 14 years enlisted into the Training Reserve of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment on the 12th February 1914. When came of age he transferred to the 1st Bn Gloucestershire Regiment and embarked for North Russia. Comprising: British War Medal & Victory Medal (PTE GLOUC R) Personal ID Dog Tags Soldiers Pay Book this having the will page filled out. Several Discharge Certificates. SEE OTHER LISTINGS FOR ASSOCIATED BADGES ETC. Private Hugh Osmond was born on the 9th October 1900 and on the 12th February Volunteered for service with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. He transferred to the 1st Bn Gloucestershire Regiment on the 13th February 1919 and on the 12th May 1919 embarked for Archangel on HMT Gyain. Surviving the campaign he returned to the UK and was discharged on the 31st March 1921 A few pages from a diary describing the sailing to Russia.
1st Bn Gloucestershire Regiment North Russia 1919 Medal Groupping. A very rare grouping of items of 55349 Private Hugh Osmond who at the age of 14 years enlisted into the Training Reserve of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment on the 12th February 1914. When came of age he transferred to the 1st Bn Gloucestershire Regiment and embarked for North Russia. Comprising: British War Medal & Victory Medal (PTE GLOUC R) Personal ID Dog Tags Soldiers Pay Book this having the will page filled out. Several Discharge Certificates. Private Hugh Osmond was born on the 9th October 1900 and on the 12th February Volunteered for service with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. He transferred to the 1st Bn Gloucestershire Regiment on the 13th February 1919 and on the 12th May 1919 embarked for Archangel on HMT Gyain. Surviving the campaign he returned to the UK and was discharged on the 31st March 1921 A few pages from a diary describing the sailing to Russia.
1st Bn Hampshire Regiment India General Service Medal, clasp “Burma 1887-89” Awarded to “1394 Pte W.G. Smith 1st Bn Hamps R” Near VGC, suspension a little slack
1st Bn Herefordshire Regiment post 1902 Officer’s Home Service Pattern helmet A fine and rare example with gilt fittings and leather backed chin chain. To the front, a gilt metal crowned star mounted with laurel wreath and Garter; to the centre, silver Arms of Hereford on a field of black velvet; mounted on the base of the wreath a silver scroll inscribed “1st Bn Herefordshire Regt”. Retains leather sweatband with crimson silk edging. Gilt to the helmet plate remains very bright, gilt furniture, slightly dulled. Slight moth damage to cloth around left rosette.
1st Bn King’s Royal Rifle Corps two clasp 1854 India General Service Medal. A fine example awarded to “3343 Pte R Wakeman 1st Bn K.R.Rif.C” bearing the clasps “Hazara 1891”, “Samana 1891”.
1st Bn King’s Shropshire Light Infantry Korea War Pair of Medals. Awarded to 22506538 Pte B Leeming KSLI. Comprising: Queen’s Korea Medal, UN Korea Medal (file marks to edge). Mounted court style for display. GC. The 1st Bn KSLI landed in Korea during May 1951
1st Bn Northamptonshire Regiment 1915 Casualty Memorial Plaque. Issued to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of “Jack Anker GC. Believed to be a unique name Private Jack Anker a native of Chesterfield Derbyshire was Killed in Action with the 1st Bn on the 9th May 1915. On this day the 1st Bn was ordered to go over the top at Aubers, their trench only 80 yards from the German line. Heavy machine-gun fire cut them down even on their own ladders and parapet steps, but the men continued to press forward as ordered
1st Bn Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Great War Memorial Plaque. Issued to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of “Ephraim Shortman” for his country. GC Unique name. Private Ephraim Shortman was born in Bristol and embarked with the OX & Bucks and landed at Hedjaz on the 5th December 1914. He died on the 31st March 1916
1st Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1914 Star Casualty Medal. Awarded to 6253 PTE M WILLIAMS 1/R.W.FUS Private Morris Williams a miner by trade enlisted in September 1914 having previously served with the Welsh Regiment. He landed in France on the 11th August 1914 and was Killed in Action on the 9th March 1915.
1st Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers India General Service Medal, “Hazara 1891”. Awarded to “776 Corporl J.H. Barlow 1st Bn R.W.Fus.” Near VGC
1st Bn Royal West Kent Regiment Egypt Medal. A dated example awarded to 1288 Lce Corpl W Murphy 1 R. W. Kent , bearing the clasp The Nile 1884-85. Contact marks, these heavy to the edge.
1st Bn Royal West Kent Regiment India General Service Medal, clasp “Punjab Frontier 1897-98”, A good example awarded to “2439 Lce Corpl C Newman 1st Bn R.W. Kent Regt”. Near VGC Corporal Charles Newman enlisted into the Royal West Kent Regiment at the age of 15 years as a Boy on the 11th December 1888. He was appointed a Drummer in 1890 and Lance Corporal 1896 and promotion to Corporal 1898. He saw service in Gibraltar, Malta and India. He did not service in South Africa during the Boer War. He was discharged in December 1901.
1st Bn Scots Guards Khedive Star 1882 This example with stamping to the reverse S.Gds 5241. GC fitted with an old replacement suspension ring. GC. Attributed to 5241 Private W.J. Campbell of the 1st Bn.
1st Bn South Staffordshire Regiment Chindit General Service Medal A good example awarded to 3596428 Pte J. Long S. Staff R. GC. The 1st Bn South Staffordshire Regiment was posted to Palestine in 1938. During the Second World War the Battalion fought in the Far East as Chindits. It is not confirmed that Pte Long was a Chindit.
1st Bn Welch Regiment Egypt Pair of Medals. Awarded to \"1498 Pte S Barnett 1/Welch R.\" Comprising: Egypt Medal (undated), Khedive Star \"WE1 1498\" (Impressed to reverse) Some contact wear GC. The medals are accompanied by original uniform ribbon bar, 2 x original ribbon and a leather wallet used to store the medals.
1st Bn. Duke of Wellington’s Regiment cloth pagri badge. Red vertical rectangle bearing white heavily embroidered “D.W” Has been worn, corners slightly A/F.
1st Bn. Grenadier Guards 1933 Fencing badge A good red on black embroidered example
1st Bn. King’s Liverpool Regiment scarce unofficial cap badge by JR Gaunt London.. A good die-stamped bi-metal example worn prior to 1926 cap badge. Pattern as the per the post 1926 cap badge but lacks apostrophe and has different style of torse. Gaunt named slider, reverse of horse bears JR Gaunt London plaque See MHS Bulletin Vol. 5, No. 18
1st Bn. Somerset Rifle Volunteers 1860’s Victorian Officer\'s or senior NCO’s shako plate. A fine scarce die-stamped silvered example on loops. Crowned multi pointed star bearing circlet inscribed “1st Battn. Somersetshire R.V.”; strung bugle to seeded centre.
1st Bn. Vickers Armstrong Home Guard WW2 brass cap badge. A good scarce cast example on loops. See 33 in “In the space of a single day” Insignia and Uniforms of the LDV and Home Guard by Mills & Carney.
1st Bristol Volunteer Regiment Bronze Shoulder Title. Complete with all loops and backing plate.
1st Bucks Rifle Volunteer Corps slouch hat badge circa 1902-08. A nOR’s brass example, originally blackened, on two replacement loops. Within a Crowned circlet inscribed “1st Bucks Rifle Volunteer Corps”, the Swan of the ducal house of Buckingham.
1st Canadian Field Ambulance scarce WW1 CEF bronzed shoulder title A good scarce example complete with backing plate. Formed 6th August, 1914.
1st Canadian Tank Battalion CEF scarce WWI cap badge.
1st Canadian Tank Battalion CEF scarce WWI cap badge. Good die-stamped bronze example om flat style loops. Formed in June 1918 and took part in the advance from the Somme.
1st Cornwall Artillery Volunteers Victorian OR’s helmet plate. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example, retaining three loops to the reverse. GC
1st County of London (Middlesex) Yeomanry WWI bronze cap badge. A fine die-stamped example. Slider to reverse. VGC
1st County of London Yeomanry MGC Territorial Efficiency Medal This George V example was awarded to 2339 Sjt J.H. Walmsley 1-Co. of Lond Y. Good Condition. J.H. Walmsley was commissioned into the 3rd County of London Yeomanry 1st July 1917, and was employed with the MGC
1st Division Royal Artillery WW2 facing pair of formation signs. Removed from uniform. Good condition
1st Durham Engineer Volunteers OR’s button. A good white metal example by E.Stillwell & Son, London. VGC Complete with shank
1st Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps Victorian Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1862-80. A fine scarce die-stamped silvered example . Within a crowned strap “1st Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps”; a strung bugle mounted on backing plate. Three screw posts to reverse. VGC
1st Foot Crimean “Albert” pattern shako plate. A scarce OR’s excavated gilt metal example of the pattern worn 1844-55. Crowned raised circular wreath, half of oak, half of laurel; within the wreath on a lined ground, the numeral “1” . Two wires to reverse in place of the original lead soldered iron loops. Spots of verdigris, several lead soldered repairs to reverse since excavation, gilt wash overall.
1st Gulf War Period US American Air Force “Goolie Chit” A good example, showing the US Flag and gives a friendly message in various languages, including Arab and European. Remains in clean condition VGC
1st Gurkha Rifles Officer's red Cord Boss with badge. A good scarce example with screw post to reverse. The badge of Prince of Wales’s plumes on crossed kukris, “1” over strung bugle between the handles. A little service wear.
1st Gurkha Rifles Officer’s red cord boss bearing silver badge. A good scarce example on screw post. Badge of Prince of Wales’s plumes on crossed kukris, “1” over strung bugle between the handles. Minor service wear.
1st Gurkha Rifles white metal cap badge. A fine die-stamped crossed kukris surmounted by Prince of Wales's plumes; “1” over strung bugle between the kukris grips.
1st Herefordshire Rifle Volunteer Corps Officer’s helmet plate circa 1880-1900 A fine and scarce silvered example of universal crowned star pattern worn on the home service helmet, to the centre, within a strap “1st Herefordshire Rifle Volunteer Corps”, the Arms of Hereford in silver on a black velvet ground. Three loops to reverse. Very good condition
1st Huntingdon Rifle Volunteer Corps Victorian shako plate circa 1860. A fine rare die-stamped blackened example. Within a crowned strap “Huntingdon Rifle Volunteers” a stag and hunter beneath a tree. Two loops to reverse. VGC Formed 18th April 1860 at Huntingdon.
1st Hyderabad Imperial Service Lancers cap badge by J.R.Gaunt, London. A good die-cast brass example on four loops.
1st King George's Own Gurkha Rifles Officer’s red cord boss with badge. A fine scarce example on long screw post. Became 1st Prince of Wales’s Own Gurkha Rifles in 1906 when he visited India, then 1st King George’s Own Gurkha Rifles when he ascended the throne upon Edward VII’s death in 1910.
1st Light Armoured Battery, Tank Corps scarce pagri flash 1.LT embroidered on brown, red and green Tank Corps colours. ("Through mud and blood to the green fields beyond" motto by Colonel Fuller).
1st Lincolnshire Rifle Volunteers OR’s helmet plate circa 1880-83. A scarce short-lived white metal example of universal crowned star pattern worn on the home service helmet. To the centre, within a strap “1st Lincolnshire R.V.C.”, a strung bugle. Three loops to reverse. Top pearl and one bugle cord absent. Redesignated 1st VB Lincolnshire Regt. in May, 1883.
1st Lincolnshire Rifle Volunteers Victorian OR’s helmet plate circa 1880-83. A scarce short-lived die-stamped white metal example on three loops. Crowned star bearing laurel wreath and strap “1st Lincolnshire R.V.C”; strung bugle to voided centre. Top pearl absent, several star tips bent. .Redesignated 1st VB Lincolnshire Regt. in May, 1883.
1st NFLD scarce WW1 Newfoundland brass shoulder title. A scarce example on three wire loops (bent) Nicknamed the \"Blue Puttees\" due to shortage of khaki, the regiment adopted blue puttees.
1st Norfolk Regt. 185 Brigade 3rd Infantry Division combination formation sign circa 1943-45 Felt 3rd Div over 3 red bars over yellow/black/yellow Norfolk Regt. designation.
1st Northumberland Artillery Volunteers OR’s helmet plate circa 1878-1901. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example on three loops. Royal Arms with scroll below inscribed “1st”. Below the scroll, a gun resting on a scroll “Northumberland (Percy) Artillery Vols”. Formed 16th August, 1859 at Tynemouth. Duke of Northumberland became Honorary Colonel in 1865 but unlike the 2nd Corps, the 1st never had permission to include “Percy” in the title.
1st Polish Armoured Division WW2 formation sign. A good silk embroidered example. Brown rectangle embroidered with black edged yellow disc bearing helmet and wing extending upwards above the disc. Sight glue stains
1st PUNJAB REGIMENT cloth shoulder title. A good example. Red serif letters embroidered on green. VGC
1st Punjab Regiment Officer\'s silver and gilt cap badge. A very fine post 1922 example. Reverse impressed \"S\" for Sterling. Retaining loops. Gilt fresh. VGC.
1st Punjab Regiment Officer’s cap badge. A cast post 1922 example. Gilt metal dragon resting on silvered scroll inscribed “1st Punjab Regiment” with additional “China” scroll beneath the dragon’s chest. Flat integral loops. Varnished
1st Queen’s Dragoon Guards NCO’s arm badge. A good die-cast white metal example with three loops to reverse. Cross atop crown bent otherwise very good condition. Regiment formed 1st January 1959, from the amalamation of The King’s Dragoon Guards and The Queen’s Bays (2nd Dragoon Guards).
1st Regiment of Foot Guards (Grenadiers) Georgian Officer\'s Gilt Coatee Button Good pre 1824 example with shank by Bushby, St. Martin\'s Lane. London
1st Royal (Kohat) Mountain Battery, 21st Indian Mountain Brigade Royal Artillery pagri flash circa 1927-39. A rare example. Brass crown over “Kohat” over “FF” on associated half red, half dark blue cloth diamond. Flat integral loops VGC.
1st Royal Berkshire Regiment Khedive’s Star 1882. A good example, impressed to the reverse “1 Bks 2080 A F”. GC. Attributed to Corporal Alfred Foley of the 1st Bn.
1st Royal Guernsey Regiment Officer’s shako plate circa 1855-61. A very fine and rare silver example of universal crowned star pattern. Mounted on the star a gilt oval strap “Pro rege et patria” with three lions in pale to the centre; beneath the strap a gilt looping scroll below “”First Royal Guernsey”. Two loops to reverse. VGC
1st Royal Lancashire Militia OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good scarce die-stamped white metal. Two loops to reverse. (KK 1171) Became 3rd Bn. King’s Own on 1st July 1881
1st Royal Tower Hamlets Militia (King’s Own Light Infantry) Victorian Officer’s shako plate circa 1856-61.. A fine rare die-stamped silvered crowned star example mounted with gilt circlet "The Kings Own Light Infantry"; gilt strung bugle to domed silver centre. Two horizontal loops to reverse. Became 7th Battalion Rifle Brigade in 1881.
1st Royal Tower Hamlets Militia Officer’s shako plate circa 1856-61. A good scarce example. Silvered eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown; mounted on the star, a gilt circlet inscribed “The King’s Own Light Infantry”; to the centre, a gilt strung bugle. Retains both horizontal loops to reverse. Minor service wear, generally VGC Became 7th Battalion Rifle Brigade in 1881
1st Shropshire Rifle Volunteer Corps Victorian Officer’s helmet plate. A fine and scarce example circa 1880-87. Silvered eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown; mounted on the star, within a laurel wreath, a strap inscribed “1st Shropshire Rifle Volr. Corps”. To the centre, a shield charged with three leopard’s masks or loggerheads set on a black velvet ground. Three loops to reverse. VGCHQ at Shrewsbury. Became 1st VB KSLI on 1st December 1887.
1st Somerset Rifle Volunteers Officer’s silvered button by W.Jones & Co. 236 Regent St. London Plating worn, shank replaced.
1st St George’s Regiment Dominica Militia Officer’s gilt open back coatee button circa 1794-1811 by Firmin & Westall Strand, A good scarce example, now with traces of gilt only.58
1st VB Durham Light Infantry pre 1908 helmet plate centre pre 1908. White metal. Four loops to reverse. HQ Stockton-on-Tees
1st VB Durham Light Infantry, Victorian Officer\'s helmet plate circa 1887-1901. A fine rare silvered example of crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter; strung bugle to black velvet centre. On the wreath, a silver scroll \"The Durham Lt. Infy.\" with supplementary scroll beneath \"1st Volunteer Battalion\". Three loops to reverse. Tarnished otherwise in fine condition. HQ at Stockton-on-Tees. Transferred to Territorial Force as 5th Bn. DLI, 1st April 1908.
1st VB East Lancashire Regiment Victorian OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good die-stamped white metal example on one of two loops. Blank scroll. HQ Blackburn.
1st VB King\'s Own Regiment Victorian Officer\'s helmet Plate. A scarce Victorian example of the pattern of plate worn on the Home Service pattern Helmet. The reverse retaining three loop fittings. Complete with title scroll \"1st Volunteer Battalion\". Regimental title scroll absent. GC
1st VB King’s Own Light Infantry (South Yorkshire Regiment) rare Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1883-1887. A fine and scarce silvered example of universal crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter, the centre with rose within curled bugle set on a black velvet ground. To the base of the wreath, an applied silver tri-part scroll “The South Yorkshire Regiment” with supplementary scroll below “1st Volunteer Battalion”. One of three replacement loops to reverse otherwise excellent. HQ at Wakefield. King’s Own Light Infantry (South Yorkshire Regt) redesignated King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry in 1887.
1st VB King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry KOYLI Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1883-1901. A fine and scarce silvered die-stamped example. Resting in a laurel wreath, a crowned Garter; to the centre, a rose within a curled bugle horn on a silvered ground. Mounted on the base of the wreath, a tri-part scroll inscribed “The King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry” with another below “1st Volunteer Battalion”. Four screw posts to reverse. One wire securing bugle to plate absent and silver solder utilised. VGC HQ at Wakefield. Consolidated as 5th Yorkshire West Riding RV’s 1st June 1880, and became 1st VB on 1st February 1883.
1st VB Lancashire Fusiliers OR’s fur cap badge circa 1883-1908. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example. Flaming grenade, the ball of the grenade bearing circlet inscribed “1st VB Lancashire Fusiliers”, to the centre the Sphinx resting on a tablet inscribed “Egypt” within a laurel wreath. Two loops to reverse. VGC (KK 1574) HQ at Bury. This is the actual piece photographed as No. 1574 in “Head-dress Badges of the British Army” by Kipling & King
1st VB Leicestershire Regiment Officer’s helmet plate circa 1883-1901. A fine and scarce silvered example of universal crowned star pattern worn on the home service helmet, the centre with three gilt lions in pale on a crimson velvet ground. To the base of the wreath, an applied gilt scroll “The Leicestershire Regiment” with another below “1st Volunteer Battalion”. Three loops to reverse. VGC HQ at Leicester.
1st VB Loyal North Lancashire Regiment Officer’s waist belt clasp circa 1883-1901. A good scarce silvered example. Circlet inscribed “Loyal North Lancashire 1st Volr, Battn.”; seeded centre mounted with rose surmounted by Royal Crest. Universal pattern rococo ends. A little service wear HQ at Preston.
1st VB Middlesex Regiment Cap Badge. A good die struck white metal example. Fitted with slider (official conversian from loops). GC.
1st VB North Staffordshire Regiment OR's cap badge. As regular battalions but white metal. HQ was at Stoke on Trent. Many of it's members served in the Boer War resulting in the Battalion being awarded the honour “South Africa 1900-02” in 1905. Fixing: Loops Condition: VGC
1st VB Northamptonshire Regiment Edwardian OR’s scarce cap badge circa 1905-08. A fine rare die-stamped white metal example on loops, with “South Africa 1900-02” honour. HQ Northampton. Became 4th Bn. TF in 1908.
1st VB Queen’s Royal West Surreys 1883-1901 Sergeant’s pouch belt plate. A scarce blackened brass example. Originally raised 16th June 1859 at Croydon as 2nd Surrey RVC became a VB of the Royal West Surrey Regiment on 1st July 1881 and were redesignated as 1st VB on 1st March 1883.
1st VB R.Warwickshire Regiment OR’s white metal cap badge circa 1905-08 A fine short-lived die-stamped example with “South Africa 1900-1902” honour. Loops to reverse. VGC HQ at Birmingham
1st VB Royal Berkshire Regiment OR’s bronzed cap badge circa 1896-1908. Scarce example with small “1st VB” tablet between Dragon and scroll on loops. HQ Reading
1st VB Royal Berkshire Regiment Victorian Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1885-1901. A very fine and scarce die-staped silver plated example. Elongated crowned star mounted with laurel wreath bearing scroll “Royal Berkshire Regiment”;. within the wreath, the Garter with Stag and Tree to centre; beneath the wreath, a scroll inscribed “1st Volunteer Battalion”, Three screw posts to reverse. VGC 1st Berkshire RVC became a VB of the Regiment on 1st July 1881 being redesignated as 1st VB on 1st December 1882. The Regiment was granted the title “Royal” on 29th September 1885. HQ was at Reading.
1st VB Royal Sussex Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1908. A good die-stamped white metal example on slder. HQ at Brighton
1st VB Royal West Kent rare Edwardian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1902-08. A very fine silvered example of crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter, the centre with the White Horse of Kent and mottoes on a black velvet ground. To the base of the wreath, an applied silver tri-part scroll “The Royal West Kent Regiment” with supplementary scroll below “1st Volunteer Battalion” . Three loops to reverse which retains oval tablet of Hobson & Sons, 1, 3 & 5 Lexington St, London W. HQ at Tunbridge.
1st VB South Staffordshire Regiment Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1883-96. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example on loops, of slightly smaller dimensions (67 mm high) than usually encountered. Crowned circlet inscribed “South Staffordshire 1st Volr. Battn”; Stafford Knot to voided centre. HQ at Handsworth. Granted the honour “South Africa 1900-02” in 1905 for services in the Boer War.
1st VB The Prince Albert’s (Somerset Light Infantry) OR's cap badge circa 1896-1908. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example on loops. Bugle strung from Mural Crown surmounted by “1st VB Somerset” scroll; "PA" between the bugle cords. HQ at Bath
1st VB Welsh Regiment Officer's / senior NCO's silvered pre 1908 cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped example on loops. Design as regular battalions but with addition of “1st Volr. Battn.” scroll between the Prince of Wales plumes and “The Welsh” scroll. Headquarters at Haverfordwest
1st War Office Signals WW2 cloth formation sign. A good scarce white over blue diamond, the white section with black embroidered “1’ over “W.O”. Removed from uniform, service wear. Tiny moth hole to "w".
1st West India Regiment Officer’s shako plate circa 1855-61. A splendid scarce die-stamped rich gilt example of crowned star pattern mounted with oak wreath and strap “West India Regt.”; floreated “1” to domed centre. Retains both horizontal loops to reverse. VGC
1st West York Militia Georgian officer’s gilt coatee button. A good open back example, complete with shank. Made by C. Jennens, London (PoW plumes backmark) VGC Gilt very bright.
1st West Yorkshire Yeomanry Cavalry Victorian Officer’s Helmet. A rare example of the 1847 Albert pattern helmet. German silver skull, to the front a Regimental helmet plate of a cut silver star, within a Crowned Rose leaf wreath. The star mounted with gilt title “1st West Yorkshire Yeomanry Cavalry” and to the centre a silver rose. The ornate plume holder supports a white horse hair plume. Complete with silvered chin chain with velvet backing and to the interior a cotton lining. Overall Good condition, one or two minor dents.
1st Wiltshire Rifle Volunteers Victorian white metal cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops. GC
1st Worcestershire Rifle Volunteer Corps Victorian Other Rank’s Green Cloth Helmet. A fine rare example of the dark green cloth with blackened fittings and velvet backed chinchain. To the front, a crowned Maltese cross, lions between the arms, bearing circlet inscribed “1st Worcestershire Rifle Volunteer Corps” with Pear Tree to voided centre. Retains leather sweatband, pencil inscription to the lining “C Coy” This pattern of helmet was worn by the 1st VB, until the 1890’s when the busby was adopted. This helmet appears on page 42 of \"Badges of the Worcestershire Regiment\" by R.W. Bennett.
1st/1st London Divisional Cyclist Company scarce WW1 cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped brass example on slider worn only February to May 1916. (KK 1873)
1st/1st London Divisional Cyclist Company scarce WW1 cap badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on slider worn only February to May 1916. (KK 1873)
2 / DERBY Boer War 2nd Bn Sherwwod Foresters Brass Shoulder Title. A good scarce example on three loops (Westlake 1199)
2 / KEH (2nd King Edward’s Horse) brass shoulder title on backing plate A fine example on loops
2 / OCB scarce WW1 Officer Cadet Bn brass shoulder title. A good example on loops (slightly bent) 2nd Officer Cadet Battalion at Pembroke College, Cambridge
2 / SPORTSMANS / RF rare WW1 Royal Fusiiers Kitcheer's Army shoulder title. A fine rare brass example on loops. (Westlake 801)
2 / SPORTSMANS / RF WW1 Royal Fusiiers Kitcheer's Army shoulder title. A fine rare brass example on loops. (Westlake 801) 24th (Service) Battalion (2nd Sportsman's) Formed in London on 20 November 1914 by E.Cunliffe-Owen. In June, 1915 attached to 99th Brigade, 33rd Division landing in France in November, 1915. 13th December, 1915 transferred to 5th Brigade, 2nd Division.
2 /C / MIDDLESEX scarce brass Cadets shoulder title A good example on three loops. Some surface verdigris
2 x Queens Bays brass Victorian collar badges. Similar but not exact pair on loops.
2/ WD (Westminster Dragoons) brass shoulder title circa 1914-16.. A good example on loops. Westminster Dragoons (2nd County of London Yeomanry) raised in 1901 for the Boer War.
2/4th Bn Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire 1918 “Tank Busting” Military Cross Group of Seven. Later 18th Bn (London Irish) London Regiment & WW2 Royal Irish Fusiliers. Awarded to Lieutenant James Spencer Roffey, who had formerly served in the Ranks of the Honourable Artillery Company, commissioned into the Ox & Bucks Light Infantry he was attached to the 107th Brigade Royal Field Artillery Anti Tank Battery at the time of being awarded the Military Cross. He later served with the 18th ( London Irish) London Regiment and during WW2 served with the Royal Irish Fusiliers. Comprising: Military Cross, 1914/15 Star “1434 Pte. HAC”, British War Medal, Victory Medal, MID Oakleaf “Lieut”, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal, War Medal. The group is mounted as originally worn. GC ... Accompanied by a corresponding group of miniature medals. Again mounted as originally worn. The Citation for the Military Cross appeared in the London Gazette on the 4th October 1919. “Lt James Spencer Roffey 2/4th Bn Oxf & Bucks L.I. T.F. attd C/107th Bde RFA. On the 1st November west of Maresches, when ordered forward with an Anti-Tank 18 pounder gun, he placed his gun in such a position in the forward line that when the enemy counter attacked with tanks, he was able to destroy an enemy tank. He continued to handle his gun with marked coolness and ability in an exposed position, thus most materially assisting to drive off the counter attack and help with the advance of our own infantry.” Roffey landed in France with the HAC on the 29th December 1914. Commissioned into the Ox & Bucks Light Infantry being appointed a Lt on the 21st February 1917. After the war he served with the 18th Bn London Regiment and resigned his commission in 1932 with the rank of Captain. During WW2 he served with the Royal Irish Fusiliers confirmed in the London Gazette 8th April 1941
2/6th East Surey Regiment Silver ID Bracelet A good unmarked silver example engraved 3056 Sgt Keep H CofE 2/6 E. Surrey Reg 240956. Complete with chain and the additional charm of a lucky thimble. GC
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202nd (Assam) Lines of Communication WW2 formation sign. Canvas rectangle printed with black edged white circle bearing a Naga spear and blue wavy line representing the River Bramaputra. Removed from uniform. Two hooks and two press studs to reverse. A little service wear.
20th (County of London) Bn. London Regiment (Blackheath & Woolwich) post 1908 OR\'s cap badge A good die-stamped white metal example on loops. (KK 1852) HQ Holly Hedge House, Blackheath. Transferred to Royal Engineers 1935.
20th Armoured Brigade scarce WW2 formation sign. Scarce white armoured horse’s head embroidered on black rectangle. Moth nips to edge in places otherwise good condition. Formed 3.9.1939 under Brig. E.D. Fanshaw. Included 1 Royal Glos Hussars, 1 & 2 Northampton Yeo, 2 Rangers & 10 KRRC. Disbanded 30.4.1943
20th Bn. London Regiment (Blackheath & Woolwich) post 1908 cap and badges. A fine set. Die-stamped white metal cap badge on slider together with facing pair of die-stamped collars on brass scrolls. (3 items)
20th DCO Infantry (Brownlow’s Punjabis) Officer’s 1908 hallmarked silver pouch belt plate. A very fine example by J & Co. (Jennens) bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Silver laurel wreath, surmounted by a Crown resting on a blank tablet; within the wreath a Maltese cross with ball finials to the tips and lions between the arms. To the centre, within a circlet inscribed “D.C.O. Infantry”, the numerals “XX”. Honour scrolls on the left side of the wreath “Taku Forts Ali Musjid Egypt Punjab Frontier”, to the right “Pekin 1860 Afghanistan 1878-80 Tel-el-Kebir China 1900”. Below the wreath a scroll inscribed “Brownlow’s Punjabis”. Loose sprung ring to base of wreath in order to secure whistle chains. Four screw posts to reverse, complete with backing plate. VGC 20th Duke of Cambridge’s Own Infantry (Brownlow’s Punjabis) became 2nd Bn.14th Punjab Regiment in 1922
20th Hussars OR’s brass cap badge circa 1902-22 by Lamborne & Co, Birmingham. A good die-cast example on named slider.
20th Hussars OR’s brass cap badge circa 1902-22. A good die-stamped example on slider with crease line. (KK 793)
20th Hussars OSD bronze field service cap badge circa 1902-22. A fine scarce die-cast example on blades.
20th Hussars pair of brass collar badges circa 1902-22 by JR Gaunt, London Die-cast brass examples on loops
20th Indian Division WW2 formation sign. Hand gripping sword. Good condition
20th Indian Division WW2 formation sign. A good locally embroidered example. Black rectangle with hand clenching a tulwar. Formed in 1942, served Assam, Burma and Indo-China.
20th Middlesex (Artists) Rifle Volunteers OR’s helmet circa 1881-1908. A fine and scarce grey cloth Home Service pattern helmet with blackened brass fittings and helmet plate comprising a Maltese cross surmounted by crowned “MR” cypher with “20” resting on a scroll inscribed “Artists”. Centre of cross mounted with conjoined heads of Mars and Minerva. Retains leather sweatband. One or two minor surface moth traces generally very good condition. Badge designed by J.W. Wyon the famous medal designer who served as a private in the Corps which was raised as 38th Middlesex RV, renumbered 20th in 1880. Attached to Rifle Brigade in 1881 and became 28th County of London (Artists Rifles) in 1908. 1947 became 21 Special Air Service (Artists) and continue today as an active SAS unit.
212th Independent Infantry Brigade / Lincolnshire County Division formation sign. A good example of a Tulip printed on white rectangle. Glued around card stiffener. GC
214 Independent Infantry Brigade WW2 formation badge. Red Viking’s helmet painted on navy rectangle.
21st (Empress of India) Lancers Victorian Officer’s lance cap. A magnificent rare example of a turn of the century Officer's lance cap. The skull of black patent leather with the upper portion of French Grey melton cloth, with gold gimp cord across the top and down the angles. To the left side is a gold bullion rosette with embroidered regimental device of a VRI Cypher onto a velvet ground. This supports a gilt plume cup and replacement white stitched swans feather drooping plume. The gilt lance cap plate is mounted with silvered King’s Crown Royal Arms, battle honour Khartoum, regimental device and title scroll. Patent leather peak with gold bullion lines. Two gilt metal lion head boss’s support chin chain with velvet backing. Leather sweat band and traces of crimson silk lining retaining embossed stamp for Hawkes & Co. London. Slight age wear, plate remains bright with congealing to the back of the skull, one o two very small moth holes and nips to the melton cloth. GC
21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers last Victorian pattern OR’s cap badge. A very scarce die-cast bi-metal example with four loops to reverse. Slightly bent to shape of cap. Loops slightly bent, lance on left fractured from crown. Age patination. (KK 796)
21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers Officer’s lance cap plate circa 1899-1901. A very fine and rare example. Copper gilt fluted rayed back plate with large silver overlay comprising the Imperial crown over a circlet, “Twenty-First Lancers” and enclosing the “VRI” cypher, this with gilt disc backing; in surround are sprays of laurel and palm and crossed lances, below the circle the honour “Khartoum” and title scroll, “Empress of India’s”. VGC (KK 726)
21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers rare “crossed lances” OR’s cap badge circa 1898-99. A splendid die-stamped bi-metal example on toned loops. (KK 794)
21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers rare “crossed lances” OR’s cap badge circa 1898-99. A splendid die-stamped bi-metal example on toned loops. (KK 794)
21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers rare “upright lances” OR’s cap badge circa 1899-1901. A very fine die-stamped bi-metal example on four loops which have toned to black. (KK 795)
21st Army Tank Brigade WW2 formation sign. A good example of the Red devil looking round blue Diablo embroidered on yellow disc sewn onto KD. This sign, adopted in June 1944, was designed by Captain Tom Gorring of A Sqn 48 RTR. They were made by a silk factory near Caserta, Italy
21st Bn London Regiment WW1 Pair of Medals. Awarded to “2399 Pte G.E. Stickley 21-Lond R”. GC mounted as originally worn. Confirmed entitled to the pair only.
21st Empress of India’s Lancers last pattern Victorian Other Ranks Collar Badges. Two good scarce examples both on four loops.
21st Empress of India’s Lancers OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1902-22. A fine die-cast example on slider. (KK 797) ..........RESERVED
21st Empress of India’s Lancers post 1901 Other Ranks Collar Badges. Two good examples each on three loops.
21st Empress of India’s Lancers rare NCO’s arm badge. A good white metal example, cast from a silver hallmarked pattern, comprising the Crowned Imperial Cypher of Queen Victoria. The front of the Cypher ornamented with various dots. Two loops to reverse. Good condition.
21st Empress of India’s Lancers Victorian collar badge. Last pattern OR’s. BM Imperial Crown. Four loops. Generally VGC. (as KK 796)
21st GHQ Liaison Regiment “Phantom” formation sign. White serif “P” embroidered on black rectangle. VGC Also worn as a beret badge by Officers of “E” Sqn at one stage whilst in North Africa. The actor David Niven served as an Officer in "Phantom"
21st Lancers Badge
21st Lancers OR’s lance cap plate circa 1898-1901. A good scarce second pattern die-stamped brass example with honour “Khartoum”, full title and VRI Cypher. Two screw posts to reverse. Nice age patination. GC Converted from Hussars to 21st Lancers on 31st March 1897. Redesignated 21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers in December 1898.
21st Lancers WW1 brass economy cap badge circa 1916-18. A good die stamped example on slider.
22 Engineer Group formation sign Blue edged red felt shield embroidered with diagonal bar flanked by narrower bars. Very good condition
22 Engineer Group formation sign. Blue edged red felt shield embroidered with diagonal bar flanked by narrower bars. Excellent condition.
22nd Armoured Brigade scarce 1st pattern formation sign. Red stag’s printed on white rectangle sewn around stiffening card. 2nd pattern on green
22nd Beach Brigade formation sign. A good printed example of a penguin on waterproofed material. Good Condition
22nd Beach Brigade WW2 scarce facing pair of formation signs. Each a Penguins on waterproofed material. Removed from uniform. Disbanded November 1945.
22nd Beach Brigade WW2 scarce facing pair of formation signs. Each a Penguins on waterproofed material. Removed from uniform. Disbanded November 1945.
22nd Dragoons WW2 Officer’s cap badge. Die-cast silvered white metal on loops. A little dull
22nd Engineer Group 2nd pattern formation sign. Yellow XXII embroidered on blue felt shield. Condition: VGC - mint
22nd Light Dragoons Military General Service Medal, clasp “Egypt”. A fine and scarce example awarded to “T Grey 22nd Lt Dragns”. Near VGC. Private Thomas Grey was born at Carrick in Shannon, Ireland. He is confirmed on the MGS Roll as entitled to the additional clasp “Java”. Only seven members of the Regiment received this maximum clasp entitlement.
22nd Madras Infantry Victorian Indian Army Officer’s waist belt clasp by P. Orr & Sons Ltd, Madras & Rangoon. A good scarce silvered and gilt example with matching numbers to both halves. Circlet inscribed “Madras Infantry”; to the centre, silver “22” on a seeded gilt ground. Slightly unusual pattern ends. Some service wear. Reverse impressed \"ORR\". Became 82nd Punjabis in 1903
22nd Middlesex Rifle Volunteers (Central London Rangers) Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1905-08. A fine rare short lived die-stamped silver plated example on three screw posts.. Crowned Maltese cross, with lions between the angles, bearing circlet inscribed “Central London Rangers 22 Mx”, strung bugle to mirrored centre. Border of top arm inscribed “Excel”. lower one “South Africa 1900-02”. Minor service wear.
23 / R grenade F “Kitchener’s Army” WW1 brass (1st Sportsman’s) Royal Fusiliers shoulder title. A good scarce example on loops. (Westlake 800) 23rd (1st Sportsman’s) Service Battalion raised on 25th September 1914 at the Cecil Hotel in the Strand by Mrs. E.Cunliffe-Owen.
23 / R grenade F “Kitchener’s Army” WW1 brass Royal Fusiliers shoulder title. A fine example on loops. (Westlake 800) 23rd (1st Sportsman’s) Service Battalion raised on 25th September 1914 at the Cecil Hotel in the Strand by Mrs. E.Cunliffe-Owen
230th Brigade, 74th (Yeomanry) Division rare WW1 formation sign Badge. This is an attributed example worn by Private J. Revill of the 10th (Shropshire and Cheshire Yeomanry) Bn KSLI. A very scarce example comprising a white broken spur embroidered onto a green felt diamond. This Division, originally Yeomanry, was dismounted and turned into an Infantry Division. The Divisional commanded selected the broken spur as a reminder of the sacrifice made by the Yeoman when they gave up their horses. See other items from the estate of Pte Revill and his biographical details..
230th Brigade, 74th (Yeomanry) Division rare WW1 formation sign Badge. This is an attributed example worn by Private J. Revill of the 10th (Shropshire and Cheshire Yeomanry) Bn KSLI. A very scarce example comprising a white broken spur embroidered onto a green felt diamond. This Division, originally Yeomanry, was dismounted and turned into an Infantry Division. The Divisional commanded selected the broken spur as a reminder of the sacrifice made by the Yeoman when they gave up their horses. From the estate of Pte Revill and his biographical details..
23rd Armoured Brigade facing pair of formation signs. Each a black liver bird with olive branch in beak embroidered on white disc.Removed from uniform. Brigade comprised 40th, 46th & 50th RTR and 11th KRRC. Served North Africa (Battle of El Alamein), Malta, Salerno landing, Italy and finally Greece.
23rd Armoured Brigade uncut facing pair of formation signs. Black liver bird with olive branch in beak printed on white disc. Comprised 40th, 46th & 50th RTR and 11th KRRC. Served North Africa (Battle of El Alamein), Malta, Salerno landing, Italy and finally Greece.
23rd Australian Infantry Bn (City of Geelong Regiment) slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops.
23rd Australian Light Horse brass slouch badge. A fine die-stamped example on flat style loops.
23rd Bn Cheshire Regiment Memorial Plaque Awarded to Lewis Benjamin. Good Condition. Lewis Benjamin died on the 1st October 1918. He originally served with the Essex Regiment before transfering the 23rd Bn Cheshire Regiment. His name is confirmed on his MIC card. The CWGC Roll shows the spelling of his name Louis
23rd Hussars War raised cavalry cap badge circa 1940-46. Fine die cast bi-metal example on slider. Formed on 1st Dec. 1940 at Teddesley Hall, Penkridge, Stafford under Lt.Col. Hanley. Saw fierce fighting during 1944-45, stood down 30th January 1946.
23rd Hussars War raised cavalry cap badge circa 1940-46. Fine die cast bi-metal example on slider. Formed on 1st Dec. 1940 at Teddesley Hall, Penkridge, Stafford under Lt.Col. Hanley. Saw fierce fighting during 1944-45, stood down 30th January 1946.
23rd Hussars WW2 war raised cap badge.
23rd London Armoured Car Company Sharpshooters very scarce cap badge. Die-stamped brass example with white metal XXIII to centre. Loops. Very good condition. (KK 1487)
23rd London Regiment anodised cap badge by JR Gaunt, London A fine example on slider.
24 Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery formation sign. Red diagonal line embroidered on green felt square.
24th (Post Office) Middlesex Rifle Volunteers post 1880 Officer’s pouch belt plate. A fine ornate die-stamped silvered example on four screw posts. Within a laurel wreath surmounted by an Imperial style Crown; a Maltese cross with balls to the tips and dragons between the arms. The top and bottom arms of the cross bear the three seaxes of Middlesex. The left and right arms bear the letter “T” surmounted by the Crown of HSH the Duke of Teck (Hon. Colonel of the regiment from 1880 until his death in 1900). Between the top arm of the cross and the Crown, a Bishop’s mitre; below the lower arm and the wreath, a strung bugle. To the centre of the cross, a circlet inscribed “Saint Martin’s le Grand” encircling a shield. Across the base of the wreath, a tri-part scroll inscribed “Post Office, XXIV Middlesex Rifle Regiment”. 49th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers formed at the General Post Office 13th February 1868; renumbered 24th in September 1880. 24th supplied personnel for the Army Post Office Corps for active service overseas.
24th Lancers scarce WW2 pair of OSD bronze collar badges. A fine die-cast pair on loops. Raised 30th December 1940.
24th Lancers scarce WW2 rised pair of OSD bronze collar badges. A fine die-cast pair on loops,
24th Lancers WW2 NCO’s white metal arm badge. A fine rare die-stamped example comprising a cap badge device set resting in an open laurel wreath. Raised 30th December 1940, stood down 24th July 1944.
24th Lancers WW2 OR’s cap badge Die-stamped chromed example on loops. VGC (KK 1914) Raised 30th December 1940 and disbanded 24th July 1944.
24th Lancers WW2 OSD bronze cap badge A good die-cast example, the back of the crown dished. Loops to reverss. VGC (as KK 1914) Raised 30th December 1940 and disbanded 24th July 1944.
24th Lancers WW2 War Raised Officer's Field Service Side Cap. A very fine rare example, tailored by Herbert Johnson of London. French grey and dark blue cloth, with gold bullion piping. Complete with original fine quality bullion and coloured silk embroidered cap badge and regimental buttons. Raised December 1940. Fought in North West Europe.
24th Punjabis OSD bronze Cap Badge circa 1903-22. Die-cast example on loops. Crowned die-cast five pointed star bearing circlet "Punjabis" with 24 to centre. Diagonal score to obverse.
25 / VR / MIDDLESEX rare pre 1892 Bank of England blackened brass shoulder title. A fine rare example on three hexagonal loops retaining brass backing plate.. (Westlake 1530) Raised as 50th 1.12.1875 at Somerset House by porters and messengers of the Bank of England. Renumbered 25th in 1880. Amalgamated with 12th as 12th in 1892.
252nd Field Regiment, Royal Artillery embroidered formation sign. A fine blue felt shield charged with Griffin’s head on shield from Arms of Manchester.
253rd (Queen’s University Highland Bn.) Bn. CEF scarce WW1 Canadian Scottish silver plated glengarry badge. by Kinnear & Desterre. A very fine rare die-stamped example on loops. Formed 1917
254th Indian Tank Brigade rare WW2 formation sign. Red inverted triangle printed with black tank tracks. Retaining three press studs to the reverse. GC.
255th Indian Tank Brigade rare WW2 formation sign A example of charging black bull with red horns embroidered on blue denim triangle. Removed from uniform, service wear.
25th (County of London) (Cyclists) Bn. The London Regiment cap badge circa 1908-20. A fine scarce die-cast bronze example on long loops.
25th (County of London) (Cyclists) Bn. The London Regiment OSD badge circa 1908-20. A good die-cast example on loops worn as cap or collar.
25th (Cyclist) Bn County of London Regiment Field Service Cap / Collar Badge. Die stamped white metal on loops. From the Estate of C.M.C. Gibbon.
25th (Cyclist) Bn County of London Regiment Field Service Cap / Collar Badge. Die stamped white metal on loops. From the Estate of C.M.C. Gibbon.
25th (Cyclist) Bn County of London Regiment ID Bracelet & Dog Tag. Worn by 1048 C.M.C. Gibbon 25 CYC BATT LOND. These details stamped to alloy bracelet and alloy Dog Tag. The latter retaining a small silvered Teddy lucky charm. See Badges from the Estate of C.M.C. Gibbon.
25th (Cyclist) Bn County of London Regiment White Metal Cap Badge. Scarce die-stamped white metal on loops. From the Estate of C.M.C. Gibbon.
25th Bombay Light Infantry Victorian Officer’s helmet badge. An extremely fine and scarce pre 1903 gilt example; to the centre, a silver strung bugle with “25” between the strings set on a scarlet cloth ground. 1903 when redesignated 125th Napier’s Rifles; 5th (Napier's) Bn. 6th Rajputana Rifles in 1922.
25th County of London (Cyclist) Bn. The London Regiment WW1 bronze badge. Die-stamped on slider
25th Dragoons scarce WW2 NCOs Bullion Arm Badge. A rare bullion embroidered example, set onto a black background, some small amount of wear to the bullion. See photographs. Raised at Sialkot, India 1st February 1941 with a cadre from 14/20th Hussars. Mobilised 23rd May 1942 at Risalpur. Stood down at the end of the war.
25th Dragoons WW2 Cap Badge A good Indian made bi-metal example on two flat integral loops
25th Dragoons WW2 Officers / Senior NCOs Coloured Field Service Cap by Herbert Johnson of London. A very rare examplec complete with bullion Cap Badge, with coloured backing to match the colour of the Cap. Also complete with Regimental buttons. The interior with initials "H.A." Overall GC some small moth holes not effecting the overall appearance. Some service wear. Raised at Sialkot, India 1st February 1941 with a cadre from 14/20th Hussars. Mobilised 23rd May 1942 at Risalpur. Stood down at the end of the war.
25th Independent Infantry Brigade formation sign. White crossed keys (of 2nd Division) set within a Japanese Torii (sacred totem/arch) embroidered on black silk rectangle. Khaki backing. GC Clean condition
25th Indian Division WW2 formation sign. Black Ace of Spades printed on green square. KD backing. Some service wear. Formed August 1942. Saw action throughout the war.
25th Indian Division WW2 formation sign. Black Ace of Spades printed on green square with KD backing.Very good condition. Formed August 1942. Saw action throughout the war.
25th Indian Division WW2 formation sign. Black Ace of Spades printed on green square with blanket stitched edge 25th Indian Division WW2 formation sign.
264th Scottish Beach Brigade formation sign. Blue shield printed with small Beach Group sign superimposed on white saltire. Excellent condition
26th (Cyclists) Middlesex Rifle Volunteers glengarry badge circa 1888-1901. A very fine and scarce die-stamped white metal example on three loops. Within a crowned circlet “Middlesex Cyclist Vols.”, a voided cycle wheel.
26th (Royal Arsenal) Kent Rifle Volunteers shako plate circa 1860. A good scarce die-stamped brass angular crowned strap “Royal Arsenal”; the centre with applied white metal White Horse of Kent on “Invicta” scroll over replacement “26”. Two loops to reverse. GC Formed at Royal arsenal, Woolwich 25th February 1860. Following various mergers and consolidation in 1880 as 4th Corps which became 3rd VB QO Royal West Kent Regt in February 1883.
26th Australian Infantry Bn (Logan & Albert Regt) slouch hat badge. Fine die-stamped bras example on flat style loops.. See “Scottish Regimental Badges 1793-1971” by W & K Bloomer No. 387
26th Engineer Group formation sign. White horse embroidered on blue rectangle. Removed from uniform - some moth
26th Hussars WW2 rare trial pattern brass cap badge. Die struck Crowned “H” resting on scroll inscribed “Hussars”. “XX” to one side of the “H”, “VI” to the other. Retaining slider VGC
26th Indian Division WW2 formation sign A fine locally made example. Gold wire embroidered Bengal Tiger emerging from a blue silk triangle. Minor service wear. Formed in 1942, strongly engaged in the Burma campaign against the Japanese.
27L scarce WW2 27th Lancers brass shoulder title. Raised on 1st February 1941, stood down at the end of the war and officially disbanded in June 1948.
27th Armoured Brigade WW2 embroidered formation sign. White edged golden seahorse on blue felt shield. Regular Armoured Recce Brigade converted to 27th Armoured Brigade, 26.11.1940. Landed on D Day as part of 21st Army Group. Disbanded 30th July 1944.
27th Australian Infantry Bn (S.Australian Scottish Regt) hat badge by Stokes. A good silvered example on loops.
27th Lancers WW2 OR’s bi-metal cap badge. Complete with original slider GC (KK 1917) Short lived war raised unit. Raised on 1st February 1941, stood down at the end of the war and officially disbanded in June 1948.
27th Lancers WW2 OR’s cap badge circa 1941-45. A good scarce die-cast bi-metal example on slider. (KK 1917) Raised on 1st February 1941, stood down at the end of the war.
27th Lancers WW2 OR’s cap badge circa 1941-45. A good die-cast bi-metal example on three loops.(KK 1917) Raised on 1st February 1941
27th Punjab Native Infantry Afghanistan War Medal, clasp “Ali Musjid”. Awarded to “S. Tikkeh Shah 27 PNI” Polished GC.
28th Australian Infantry Bn (Swan Regiment) slouch hat badge circa 1930-42 A fine scarce die-stamped brass example on loops
29th (Worcestershire) Regiment of Foot gilt tunic button circa 1856-81 by Jennens & Co. London with POW plumes A very fine gilt example on shank.
29th (Worcestershire) Regiment of Foot Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1878-81. A very fine and exceedingly rare gilt example of crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter; to the centre, plain gilt numerals ‘29’ on a black leather ground. Three loops to reverse, top one bent. Minor service wear. See “Badges of the Worcestershire Regiment “ by R.W. Bennett, 201 for this actual example. He notes not universally worn as regiment equipped with shakos for India and Depot Companies also retained the shako.
29th (Worcestershire) Regt. of Foot Victorian glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped brass example on brass loops East and West. Garter Star with “29” to voided centre. (KK 471)
29th Battalion (Irish Horse) Imperial Yeomanry cap badge. A good scarce die-cast brass example with four loops to reverse. VGC (KK 1405)
29th Brigade Group very scarce formation sign. A good example. Yellow numeral and four leaf clover printed on blue shield, brown paper backing. Comprised 1st Somerset LI, 1st Glosters, 2nd KOYLI. These battalions had been with 8th Indian Div since Italy hence the adoption of the four leaf clover from the 8th formation sign.
29th Brigade Group very scarce formation sign. A good example. Yellow numeral and four leaf clover printed on blue shield, brown paper backing. Comprised 1st Somerset LI, 1st Glosters, 2nd KOYLI. These battalions had been with 8th Indian Div since Italy hence the adoption of the four leaf clover from the 8th formation sign.
29th Engineer Group printed formation sign. Red shield charged with two blue diagonal lines and yellow rampant lion. GC
29th Independent Brigade Group scarce WW2 printed formation sign. White circle on black square. Unissued Took part in battles of Arakan, Mandalay and Rangoon Road.
2nd (Angus) VB Black Watch 1888-1901 glengarry badge. White metal Fixing: Loops Condition: VGC
2nd (Chippenham) VB Wiltshire Regiment Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1887-96. A good scarce die-stamped brass example on loops.
2nd (Great Yarmouth) VB Norfolk Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1908. A scarce die-stamped white metal example on loops. Old maker's repair to right end of scroll.
2nd (Queen’s Royal) Regiment of Foot pre 1881 Officer’s pagri badge. An extremely fine and scarce example. Within a Crowned fire gilt Garter, in silver, the Paschal Lamb with “2” below. Stout pagri pin to reverse. These badges were adapted from the 1861-69 shako plate by removing the star backing plate and applying the Crown directly onto the centre.
2nd Aberdeenshire Local Militia Georgian Officer’s coatee button circa 1809-16. A scarce silvered open back. example. No backmark. Good condition 2nd Regt. at Peterhead commanded by Lt.Col. Alexander Harvey who’s commission dated 21st January 1809.
2nd Admin. Bn. Forfar or Angus RV 1864-82 OR's shako plate. Fixing: Loops Condition: Maker's blemish to top and left rays otherwise VGC
2nd Anti-Aircraft Corps rare WW2 formation sign. Light blue mailed arm grasping a dagger embroidered on red felt square. Removed from uniform. Very good condition Covered Midlands and North of England
2nd Anti-Aircraft Division pair of WW2 formation signs. A fine facing pair of red witches on broom sticks embroidered on navy. Formed in 1936. Covered the Midlands and North of England.
2nd Anti-Aircraft Division uncut pair of WW2 formation signs A fine uncut facing pair of red witches on broom sticks embroidered on navy. Formed in 1936. Covered the Midlands and North of England.
2nd Anti-Aircraft Division WW2 1st pattern cloth formation sign. Red witch on broomstick printed on khaki rectangle. Removed from uniform
2nd Bengal Mountain Battery bronze India General Service Medal 1854-95. “Burma 1885-7” A good example awarded to “Syce Basaki No2 Bengal Mn Bty”.
2nd Bn Bedfordhire Regiment Boer War Pair of Medals. An interesting named pair awarded to 5721 Sergeant E Walldock. Comprising: Queens South Africa Medal three clasps Cape Colony, Transvaal, Wittebergen (5127 Cpl T.W. Wallduck Bedford Regt), Kings South Africa Medal two clasps South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902. (5721 Serjt E Walldock Bedford Regt). Both medals are correctly named and are mounted as originally worn, QSA now detached from Bar. GC Contact marks as worn. Sergeant E Walldock is confirmed on the QSA roll with the clasp entitlement and shows correct regimental number, rank and regiment, however name on the medal has been incorrectly officially stamped, at the time in the correct style. The KSA is also confirmed. There is no trace of a QSA being issued to a man by the name of Wallduck.
2nd Bn Devonshire Regiment India General Service Medal, clasp “Burma 1889-92 A good example awarded to “1541 Pte M. Morris 2nd Bn Devon Regt”. GC
2nd Bn Devonshire Regiment India General Service Medal, clasp “Burma 1889-92”. A good example awarded to “1541 Pte M. Morris 2nd Bn Devon Regt”. GC.
2nd Bn Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry Egypt, Medal, clasp “The Nile 1884-85”. A dated example awarded to “1040 Pte J King 2/ DCLI” Slight contact wear GC. Private Joseph King on discharge in February 1891 was noted as Character Bad. His army career began in 1878, Born in the Parish of St George London he had been Footman by trade and in July of that year was posted to the 32nd Light Infantry and later transferred to the 46th Regiment. His records show that he served twice in Egypt with posting to Malta, Gibraltar and Bermuda. He was tried on five occasions for being drunk on duty and also sleeping at his post. He was discharged to the reserve in February 1891
2nd Bn Gloucestershire Regiment Wolseley pattern foreign service helmet Grouping. This is not quite WW1 the helmet with a makers stamp of 1919, but is a good scarce attributed grouping worn by Private Charles Samuel Burge. Comprising: WW1 Pattern Wolseley pattern Other ranks issue khaki cloth helmet with ten fold pagri The interior is with leather sweatband and chinstrap. The interior with clear makers stamp 1919 and issue details of "2GR 56250 8 20" (2nd Bn Gloucestershire Regiment issued August 1920). The helmet is in superb condition. .... Accompanied by a small collection of original certificates and a photograph of the Regiment in India 1921. PLEASE NOTE the service number to the helmet does not correspond with the service number on Pte Burge discharge certificate, however in 1920 The Gloucestershire Regiment was assigned Regimental numbers starting 5172001, this may explain the difference. The grouping was located together and there can be not doubt that Burge wore this helmet. 5174078 Private Charles Samuel Burge enlisted into the DCLI on the 20th September 1916 and served throughout the war with the 35th Training Reserve Battalion, he transferred to the Gloucestershire Regiment on the 24th March 1919 and after returning from India was discharged on the 7th June 1921.
2nd Bn Grenadier Guards One clasp Egypt Pair of Medals. Awarded to “6468 Pte G. Holloway 2/Grenr Gds”. Comprising: Egypt 1882 Medal bearing the clasp.”Tel-el-Kebir”., Khedive’s Star “1882”. Medals loose slight contact wear. GC.
2nd Bn Highland Light Infantry General Service Medal, clasp Palestine. A good example awarded to 3311018 Pte C. Mc Allister 2/ HLI. GC.
2nd Bn Lancashire Fusiliers Sudan Pair of Medals. Awarded to “5298 Pte W. Rathbone 2/Lan: Fus” Comprising: Queen’s Sudan Medal, Khedive Medal with clasp “Khartoum”. (Engraved naming). GC Medals loose
2nd Bn Middlesex Regiment Boer War five clasp Queen’s South Africa Medal pair. Awarded to “4957 Pte G Woolmore Middlesex Regt”. Comprising: Queen’s South Africa Medal with clasps “Tugela Heights”, “Orange Free State”, “Relief of Ladysmith”, “Transvaal”, “Laing’s Nek”, King’s South Africa Medal, clasps “South Africa 1901”, “South Africa 1902”. Medals loose GC. Private George Woolmore originally served with the 4th Bn Essex Regiment before joining the Middlesex Regiment on the 24th September 1896. He landed in South Africa on the 2nd December 1899 and left on the 16th February 1903. He was discharged on the 5th November 1908. He is confirmed as receiving the QSA with the five clasps officially attached, it also shows he is entitled to an additional clasp “Cape Colony”. His service papers show 6 clasps
2nd Bn Northamptonshire Regiment 1917 Casualty Memorial Plaque. Issued to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of “Harry Hensman” GC. Believed to be a unique name. 203043 Private Harry Hensman died on the 31st July 1917, whilst serving with the 2nd Bn Northamptonshire Regiment. He was a native of Rushdown Northants.
2nd Bn Royal Scots Feather Bonnet Cover. The black wax cotton bag was probably used by a member of the Band to protect his feather bonnet. Clear issue stamp 2RS 10905 5/11 (May 1911). GC.
2nd Bn Royal Scots Fusiliers 1854 India General Service Medal, clasp “Burma 1885-7”. A good example awarded to “216 Pte W Mc Gregor 2nd Bn R. Sco Fus.” GC Suspension slack.
2nd Bn Royal Sussex Regiment 1854 India General Service Medal clasp “Hazara 1888” Awarded to “317 Pte A Jefferies 2nd Bn R. Suss R”. GC Official correction to “Bn”.
2nd Bn Royal Ulster Rifles BEF 1940 Casualty Group of Medals. Awarded to 7013196 RFM J SCOTT R.U.RIF. Comprising: General Service Medal, clasp Palestine, 1939/45 Star, War Medal. Medals loose. Rifleman James Scott was Killed in Action on the 29th May 1940. On this day the 2nd Bn was falling back towards the French Coast, undertaking rearguard actions. Holding a slope in the Woesten area, they were subjected throughout the day to heavy bombardment, incurring a number of casualties, including 6 men when the Bn HQ was hit.
2nd Bn Royal West Surrey Regiment two clasp India General Service Medal 1854-95. Awarded to “1640 Pte W. Maskill 2nd Bn R.W. Surrey R” bearing the clasps,“Burma 1885-7”, “Burma 1887-89”. GC Suspension slightly slack. Clasps confirmed on the medal Roll.
2nd Bn Scots Guards Khedive’s Star 1884-6. A good example, the reverse impressed 2SG 3884 GC.
2nd Bn Suffolk Regiment 1914 Star POW Group of Casualty Family Medals. These two groups were awarded to Brothers. The first to 8693 Sergeant Frederick Thurston who survived the Battalions gallant stand at Le Cateau and was later captured in July 1916. Comprising: 1914 Star with clasp (Pte 2/Suff R), British War Medal, Victory Medal (Sjt), group remains mounted as originally worn. Accompanied by an Old Contemptibles badge numbered to the reverse. GC. ... Brothers Medal comprising: British War Medal GS-77760 Pte A.G. Thurston R Fus. GC. Sergeant Frederick Thurston was a pre war regular soldier with the 2nd Bn. At the outbreak of the Great War the Battalion was transferred from Ireland to France, Thurston landing on the 30th August 1914. On the 20th July 1916 now Sgt Thurston was captured by the Germans at Longueval, after being wounded in the right shoulder and right knee. A copy of his POW debrief is included with the medals and this gives an account of his time as a POW. He appears to have been exchanged due to his wounds his debrief dated July 1917. His brother Albert George Thurston died on the 28th August 1918, whilst serving with the 17th (Empire) Bn of the Royal Fusiliers. He now rests in Frevent France.
2nd Bn. 43rd Erinpura Regiment cap/pagri badge circa 1903-21. A good cast example. Brass crossed Indian dagger and Pathan knife with “43” between the grips and “2” between the blades. Flat integral loops. GC Disbanded in 1921.
2nd Bn. Monmouthshire Regiment OSD bronze cap badge. A good example retaining blade fittings (KK 1777)
2nd Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment Great War Memorial Plaque. Issued to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of “Fred Graham Bundy” for his country. GC Unique name. G/21167 Private Fred Graham Bundy died of wounds 15.11.1917. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial.
2nd Bombay Navice Infantry (PWO Grenadiers) pre 903 Indian Army shoulder title. A good scarce die-dtamped bi-metal example etaining three loops to the reverse GC
2nd City of London Rifles Officer\'s full dress busby badge circa 1905-08.. A fine rare die-stamped blackened white metal example with burnished highlights. Maltese cross surmounted by tablet inscribed “Domine Dirige Nos”; top arm of the cross with “South Africa 1900-02; circlet \"2nd City of London Rifles\", strung bugle to centre. Long loops. Formed 16th May 1860 with many of its recruits from the newspaper and printing trades. VB KRRC 1881-1908. 1908 became 6th (City of London) Bn. London Regt (City of London Rifles).
2nd City of London Rifles Victorian blackened cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops
2nd City of London Rifles Victorian cap badge circa 1896-1901 A fine scarce die-stamped blackened brass Maltese cross example on loops. Formed 16th May 1860 mainly from the newspaper & printing trades. VB KRRC 1881-1908. 1908 became 6th (City of London) Bn. London Regt (City of London Rifles).
2nd City of London Rifles Victorian Officer’s pouch belt plate. A fine and scarce silver plated example. Slender Maltese cross with lions between the arms surmounted by a Crown resting on a tablet inscribed “Domine Dirige Nos”. On the cross, a circlet inscribed “2nd The City of London Rifles” with City shield to centre. Three screw posts to reverse. One or two stains to plate otherwise VGC.
2nd Derby Militia (Chatsworth Rifles) Victorian Officer’s pouch belt plate. A very fine and scarce silver plated example. Resting in a pierce rose wreath an oval Garter surmounted by a Ducal Crown, to the centre an ornate shield charged with three stag’s heads; a scroll across the base of the wreath is inscribed “Cavendo Tutus”. Four screw posts to reverse. Very good condition. Raised 12th January 1855, designed as a Chatsworth Rifles 22nd May 1855. Became 3rd Bn. Derbyshire Regiment on 1st July 1881 amalgamating with 5th Bn on 1st April 1891.
2nd Devonshire Artillery Volunteers Victorian Officer's helmet plate. A very fine and scarce example comprising silvered Royal Arms with piercing between the shield and Garter; a scroll below bearing “2nd”. Below the scroll, a gun with mounted wheel resting on a scroll inscribed “Devonshire Artillery Volunteers”. Three loops to reverse. VGC
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays) OSD bronze small size cap badge circa 1902-52. A fine scarce die-cast 34 mm high example on blades. Crowned laurel wreath with old English ''BAYS'' to voided centre.
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen’s Bays) OR’s cap badge circa 1902-52. A good die-stamped brass example on slider. (KK 737)
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen’s Bays) post 1902 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on slider which bears securing device,
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen’s Bays) Victorian OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1901. Fine die-stamped brass example on loops.
2nd Glider Pilot WW2 period embroidered cloth wing. A good padded example; yellow G within a circle flanked by pale blue wings on black cloth.
2nd Guards Brigade rare pair of facing formation signs White crossed bayonet and kukri embroidered onto dark blue felt square which has red horizontal tape to centre (Guards colours) Worn by 22026846 GDSM R. CHAPMAN SG
2nd Infantry Brigade pair of formation signs. Each a red felt shield embroidered with central white horizontal bar bearing two red diamonds. Removed from uniform.
2nd King Edward’s Horse WW1 OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on slder.
2nd King Edward’s Horse WW1 OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on slider. (KK 1134).
2nd Lancashire RGA Volunteer Long Service Good Conduct Medal A good example awarded to “7847 Gnr T.Fairhurst 2/Lanc RGAV.” Impressed naming. GC
2nd Life Guards Long Service & Good Conduct Medal. A good example awarded to 2197 Tpr (L. Cpl) C Mitchell 2 LG. GC. Charles Mitchell landed in France with the Second Life Guards on the 14th August 1914. He is entitled to a 1914 Star, Bar Trio.
2nd Life Guards Officers WW1 Bronze OSD Cap Badge. A fine scarce die-cast example on blades. Amalgamated with Second Life Guards on 21st May 1922 to form The Life Guards (1st and 2nd).
2nd Life Guards WW1 Other Ranks Brass Cap Badge. A good and scarce example on long slider Amalgamated with Second Life Guards on 21st May 1922 to form The Life Guards (1st and 2nd).
2nd London Volunteer Rifle Regiment Victorian helmet plate. A good scarce OR’s die-stamped blackened brass example. Crowned Maltese cross with lions between the arms; on the cross, a circlet inscribed “London Volr. Rifle Regiment” with strung bugle to centre; “2” on the upper arm of the cross. Three loops to reverse. Good condition.
2nd Polish Armoured Division and bullion 8th Army WW2 formation signs The latter with slight wear. (2 items)
2nd Polish Armoured Division WW2 formation sign. Winged, armoured arm grasping a sword embroidered on light tan ground with red felt bar. Sewn round stiffener.
2nd Polish Armoured Division WW2 formation sign. Winged, armoured arm grasping a sword embroidered on light tan ground. Hessian backed.
2nd Polish Corps WW2 breast badge A good die-cast silvered example on screw post with retaining nut, reverse impressed with issue number “106432" Designed by Z & L Haar
2nd Polish Corps WW2 bullion A worn example removed from uniform. Formed in 1944
2nd Queen's Own Rifles Of Canada cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on bent loops. Slight service wear
2nd Royal Lancashire Militia (“The Liverpool Linnets”) Officer’s pouch belt plate. A fine and scarce post 1854 example. Cut silver eight pointed star; mounted to the centre, gilt Crowned circlet bearing green enamelled laurel wreath; to the centre, the red enamelled rose of the House of Lancaster. Two screw posts to reverse. Minor wear to gilt, on or two extremities AF, generally VGC These plates were officially converted from the unit’s previous rectangular shoulder belt plates when the unit assumed the title “Duke of Lancaster’s Own Rifles” in 1854 and took to wearing the pouch belt in place of the Infantry shoulder belt.
2nd Scottish General Hospital piper’s glengarry badge. A good chome example, retaining loops to the reverse. GC. Band formed 1927.
2nd Scottish General Hospital Royal Army Medical Corps piper’s glengarry badge. A good cast nickel example on loops. Within a strap inscribed “2nd S.G.H.”, a small version of the RAMC cap badge. Formed 1927
2nd Somerset Militia Officer’s silvered button by Jennens & Co. London A little wear to plating on highpoints of Crown.
2nd Surrey Rifle Volunteers Victorian Officer’s pre 1883 glengarry badge. A good scarce die-stamped on loops. Blackened brass eight pointed star bearing applied silver circlet “Second Surrey Rifle Volunteers’; old Arms of Surrey to lined centre. Formed at Croydon on 16th June 1859 became 1st VB The Queen’s in March 1883.
2nd VB East Lancashire Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1905-08. A good scarce short lived die-stamped white metal example with scroll beneath “South Africa 1900-02”. Loops
2nd VB East Lancashire Regiment Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1889-1901 A fine and scarce silvered example of universal crowned star pattern worn on the home service helmet, the centre with silver Sphinx on Egypt tablet set on a black velvet ground. To the base of the wreath, an applied silver scroll “The East Lancashire Regiment” with another below “2nd Volunteer Battalion”. Three loops to reverse. VGC HQ at Burnley
2nd VB East Surrey Regiment Victorian OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good die-stamped white metal example on red felt backing. Loops (now toned black). Very good condition. HQ at Wimbledon
2nd VB Essex Regiment scarce pre 1908 OR’s white metal cap badge A good die-stamped example with slider to reverse. Very good condition. HQ at Colchester.
2nd VB Loyal North Lancashire Regiment glengarry badge circa 1883-96. A fine die-stamped white metal example, retaining three loops to the reverse. VGC HQ at Bolton
2nd VB Manchester Regiment cap badge corca 1896-1908. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example on loops. Originally formed as 6th Lancashire (1st Manchester) Rifle Volunteer Corps in 1859. HQ in Stretford Road, Redesignated 2nd VB in September 1888. Became 6th Battalion in 1908.
2nd VB Manchester Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1908. A good scarce die-stamped bi-metal example on loops which have toned black. Originally formed as 6th Lancashire (1st Manchester) RVC in 1859. HQ in Stretford Road, Hulme
2nd VB Manchester Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1908. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example on loops. Originally formed as 6th Lancashire (1st Manchester) Rifle Volunteer Corps in 1859. HQ in Stretford Road, Redesignated 2nd VB in September 1888. Became 6th Battalion in 1908.
2nd VB Manchester Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1908. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on loops. Originally formed as 6th Lancashire (1st Manchester) Rifle Volunteer Corps in 1859. HQ at 2, Stretford Road, Hulme, Manchester. Redesignated 2nd VB in September 1888. Became 6th Battalion in 1908.
2nd VB Manchester Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1908. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on loops. Originally formed as 6th Lancashire (1st Manchester) Rifle Volunteer Corps in 1859. HQ at 2, Stretford Road, Hulme, Manchester. Redesignated 2nd VB in September 1888. Became 6th Battalion in 1908.
2nd VB Notts & Derby Regiment Volunteer Long Service Medal. A good Edward VII example awarded to 4042 PTE J SHREVES 2ND V B N & D REGT. small edge knocks, otherwise GC.
2nd VB Oxfordshire Rifle Volunteers Victorian Officer’s pre 1887 pouch belt plate. A fine and scarce die-stamped silvered example on three screw posts. Hoop edged crowned oval strap “Oxfordshire Rifle Volunteers”, applied strung bugle horn to centre with “2” between the cords. Became a VB of the Oxfordshire LI on Friday 1st July, 1881; redesignated 2nd VB in December, 1887.
2nd VB South Lancashire Regiment OR’s white metal cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops. Raised 29.02.1860 as 47th Lancashire RVC at St. Helens. Redesignated 21st Lancashire RVC 19.10.1880. 1st July 1881 became VB of the Regt. and redesignated 2nd VB 1st July 1886
2nd VB Suffolk Regiment scarce white metal cap badge circa 1902-08. Die-stamped 1896-1901 example officially converted to King's crown during its service life. Within a Crowned oak-leaf wreath, a circlet inscribed “Montis insignia calpe”; three tower Castle, Key and “Gibraltar” to centre. Tri-part scroll across the base of the wreath inscribed “2nd VB Suffolk Regt”. Two loops to reverse. VGC HQ at Bury St. Edmunds. Many of it’s members served in the Boer War resulting in the Battalion being awarded the honour “South Africa 1900-02” in 1905.
2nd VB Suffolk Regiment Victorian Officer's pouch belt plate. A scarce well cast silvered example with screw posts to reverse. Very good condition. Headquarters at Bury St Edmunds.
2nd VB Warwickshire Regiment Victorian OR’s helmet plate circa 1883-1901. A fine scarce die-stamped white metal example of crowned star pattern bearing laurel wreath and applied circlet inscribed “Warwickshire 2nd Volr. Battn.”; Antelope to voided centre. Three loops to reverse. HQ at Coventry
2nd VB Wiltshire Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1908. A good die-stamped white metal example on loops. Cross pattée surmounted by Royal Duke’s coronet and resting on scroll “2nd Volr. Battn. The Wiltshire”; centre bearing coronet and cypher of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh (“AE” reversed and interlaced). HQ at Chippenham. 2nd Wiltshire RV’s became a VB on Friday 1st July 1881; designated 2nd VB 1st December 1887.
2nd VB Wiltshire Regiment OR’s helmet plate circa 1887-1901. A fine and scarce example. Blackened brass Crowned Maltese cross with lions between the arms; to the centre, within a circlet inscribed “Wilts Regt. 2nd Volr. Battn.”, a cross pattée bearing Duke’s coronet and cypher “AEA” (Alfred Ernest Albert, second son of Queen Victoria) to the centre. Three loops to reverse. Very good condition 2nd Wiltshire RV’s became a VB of the regiment on Friday 1st July 1881 however not designated 2VB until 1st December 1887 with headquarters at Chippenham. The battalion wore green uniforms with black facings. Many of it’s members served in the Boer War resulting in the Battalion being awarded the honour “South Africa 1900-02” in 1905.
2nd VB Wiltshire Regiment Victorian Officer’s pouch belt plate. A fine and scarce silvered example. Four screw posts to the reverse with knuts. 2nd Wiltshire RV’s became a VB of the regiment on Friday 1st July 1881 however not designated 2VB until 1st December 1887. Headquarters at at Chippenham
2nd VB Worcestershire Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1905-08. A fine scarce die-stamped white metal example, on loops, with supplementary “South Africa 1900-02” scroll below. HQ at Worcester.
2nd VB Worcestershire Regiment short lived OSD badge circa 1902-08. A good die-cast example on two blades
2nd VB Worcestershire Regiment Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1883-96. A good rare die-stamped blackened brass example on three loops.. Within a crowned circlet “Worcestershire 2nd Volr. Battn.”, an eight pointed star bearing tower and \"Firm\". Minor service wear.
2nd Volunteer Worcestershire Regiment Boer War Period Leather Bandolier A good clean supple example of the 60 round bandolier. The inside with faint pencil inscription \"4125 2 V Worc\". Slight wear, GC.
2nd Welsh Battery Royal Field Artillery 1918 Casualty Group of Medals. Awarded to “1222 Gnr F.E. Inwood RFA”. Comprising: 1914/15 Star “RFA”, British War Medal, Victory Medal “RA”. Medals loose. Gunner Frances Edward Inwood landed in France on the 21st November 1915. He later transferred to the middle East and died of wounds on the 15th June 1918. He was a native of Roath Glamorgan and enlisted in Cardiff. His medal index card confirms the regimental number 1222 and 730367
2nd West India Regiment Officer’s shako plate circa 1869-78. A splendid rare example in die-stamped copper gilt, of standard crowned laurels pattern but with the Garter replaced by a strap “West India Regiment”, VR cypher to centre. Silver floreated “2” applied to the base of the wreath. Two loops to reverse. Contemporary reinforcing bar between crown and wreath on one side otherwise VGC.
3 / BIRMM.BATT / R.WARWICKSHIRE Pals brass shoulder title. A good scarce example on three loops worn 1914-19 by the 16th Service Bn. R.Warwickshire Regt. Landed in France 21.11.1915. Served in Italy December 1917-April 1918 and thence to France again.
3 / C / MIDDLESEX scarce WW1 period brass shoulder title. A good example on flat hexagonal loops.
3 / SAHA scarce WW1 sheet brass South African Field Heavy Artillery shoulder title. A good example on original brass wire loops.
3 / V / DEVON scarce white metal shoulder title. Complete with loop fittings GC
3 Corps WW2 formation sign. Green fig leaf embroidered on off white rectangle. GC has been worn Fig leaf was chosen due to the name of the Corps' first commander, Lieutenant-General Sir Ronald Adam
3 x Imperial Yeomanry Boer War period brass buttons. Large by Pitt & Co, 51 Maddox St. London ... large 'Superior Quality' ... medium by Weldon. (3 items)
30 Corps WW2 facing pair of formation signs. A good embroidered pair removed from a uniform. Some service wear. Distinguished itself on the drive to Tobruk in November 1941. In 1944 joined 21st Army Group and fought across North Western Europe to the Rhine under its well known CO Lt.Gen Sir Brian Horrocks
30 Corps WW2 facing pair of formation signs. A good embroidered pair removed from a uniform. Some service wear. Distinguished itself on the drive to Tobruk in November 1941. In 1944 joined 21st Army Group and fought across North Western Europe to the Rhine under its well known CO Lt.Gen Sir Brian Horrocks
30 Corps WW2 pair of printed formation signs. Facing uncut pair. Leaping boar within a white disk on a black rectangle. Distinguished itself on the drive to Tobruk in November 1941. In 1944 joined 21st Army Group and fought across Nort Western Europe to the Rhine under its well known CO Lt.Gen Sir Brian Horrocks
30 Corps WW2 printed formation sign Leaping boar within a white disc on a black rectangle. A little service wear.
303 (Bengal) L of C Area WW2 formation sign. Golden .303 round on red cotton rectangle. Very good condition
30th Anti-Aircraft Brigade Royal Artillery formation sign. A fine 1st pattern. Red over blue rectangle printed with yellow bow and arrow held aloft with “30” below. Very good condition
30th Australian Infantry Bn (NSW Scottish Rifles) glengarry badge by Stokes.. A fine die-stamped silver plated example on loops. See “Scottish Regimental Badges 1793-1971” by W & K Bloomer No. 387
30th Division pair of WW1 relic formation signs. White embroidered crest of Lord Derby on black discs. Removed from old tunic, severe moth (2 items)
30th Division WW1 cloth formation sign. White embroidered crest of Lord Derby on black disc stil sewn onto section of khaki tunic.Removed from uniform. Service wear overall
31st (Huntingdonshire) Regiment of Foot Officer’s shako plate circa 1869-78. A very fine rich gilt example. Within a crowned laurel wreath, the Garter; “31” pierced in the seeded centre. Two loops to reverse. VGC 31st Foot became 1st Bn. East Surrey Regt. on Friday 1st July, 1881.
31st (Tadcaster) West Riding Ambulance WW1 medical cap badge. A rare die-stamped brass example on three loops. Voided shield bearing cross with five lions, resting on scroll "West Riding" Formerly a Rifle Volunteer Corps based at the Assembly Rooms in York.
31st Battalion Imperial Yeomanry (Fincastle’s Horse) Boer War OR’s slouch hat badge. A good scarce example comprising a white metal five pointed star mounted by a brass strap inscribed “Fincastle’s Horse” with “31” to centre. Two loops to reverse. Good condition. (KK 1406)
31st Foot (Huntingdon) “pork pie” cap numeral numerals circa 1840-1874. A rare example as worn in the Crimea that remains in very good condition. Loops to the reverse, one bent. Became 1st Bn. East Surrey Regt. in 1881
31st Foot (Huntingdonshire) Victorian Carte de Visite Photograph Circa 1880 A good clear example showing an Officer of the Regiment with pre 1881 forage cap with bullion numeral cap badge. Photographer details of Lambert Weston & Son Dover. An inscription to the back states Lieut W Frodsham 1877 Image clear Approx size 2 1/2 x 4 inches.
31st Indian Armoured Division WW2 formation sign. Black elephant with white tusks printed on green. Heavy glue marks to reverse otherwise good condition. Formed as 1st Indian Armoured Division, redesignated 31st in 1941.
31st Lanark RVs OR’s white metal tunic button circa 1859-1880 Good example by Gardiner & Co London & Glasgow. complete with shank. GC
31st WW2 Indian Armoured Division formation sign. Black elephant on green oval
321st Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery Great War Memorial Plaque. Issued to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of “Alfred Sidney Gibbons” for his country. GC Unique name. 40863 Corporal Alfred Sidney Gibbons (formerly 1972 Royal Warwicks) died of wounds 28.05.1917. Buried in the Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery. Born in Coppington, Warwick; enlisted in Warwick, residence of Leamington.
32nd Independent Guards Brigade WW2 formation sign. A fine rare example comprising an eight pointed star, each ray being a diamond in alternate red and blue (Guards colours) embroidered on khaki felt square. Formed 1st October 1941. Normandy June 1944 and fought through North-West Europe. Comprised the following Bns. 5th Coldstream, 2nd Scots, 3rd Irish and 1st Welsh Guards.
32nd Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA WW2 formation sign. Black felt shield embroidered with red Maltese cross on a white saltire. Service wear Formed in 1939 with HQ at Falkirk.
32nd Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery WW2 formation sign. A good example.Black felt shield embroidered with red Maltese cross on a white saltire. Removed from uniform Formed in 1939 with HQ at Falkirk; placed in suspended animation in 1946
32nd Regiment India General Service Medal 1854, clasp “North West Frontier”. Awarded to “Sergt William Shaw 32nd Regt”. Previously brooched; reconstituted.
33rd Guards Brigade WW2 embroidered formation sign. A scarce example. White sword on blue/red/blue felt rectangle (Household Division colours). Removed from uniform. Some service wear
33rd Regiment of Foot Victorian Officer’s gilt closed back coatee button.
33rd Regiment of Foot Victorian Officer’s gilt closed back coatee button. A good example with shank by Jennens & Co London. Crowned “33” within strap inscribed “The Duke of Wellington’s Regt.” , Some ear to gilt
34 Indian Corps WW2 pair of printed formation signs. A fine facing pair. Each a black leaping panther on red disc with central white band. Press studs to reverse of each. Raised for invasion of Malaya in 1945
34 Indian Corps WW2 pair of printed formation signs. A very fine facing pair. Each a black leaping panther on red disc with central white band. Press studs to reverse of each. Raised for invasion of Malaya in 1945
34th Anti-Aircraft Brigade RA formation sign. Embroidered yellow grenade and white W on green felt rectangle. Removed from uniform, generally very good condition.
34th Armoured Brigade WW2 embroidered formation badge. Mailed fist grasping mace on red/yellow/red shield. Excellent The 34th Tank Brigade commanded by Brigadier J.N. Tetley until 3.7.1943 when succeeded by Brigadier W.S. Clarke. Redesignated 34th Armoured Brigade 22.2.1945 whilst in NE Europe.
34th Armoured Brigade WW2 embroidered formation badge. Mailed fist and mace on red/yellow/red shield. 34th Tank Brigade commanded by Brigadier J.N. Tetley until 3.7.1943 when succeeded by Brigadier W.S. Clarke. Redesignated 34th Armoured Brigade 22.2.1945 whilst in NE Europe.
34th Punjab Pioneers headdress badge overlay. A good pre 1903 die struck silvered example. Guelphic style Crowned strap inscribed “Punjab Pioneers”; “34” to the centre. Small squared loops. VGC
36th (Auckland) Regt. New Zealand Infantry Officer's cap badge. Gilt Fixing: Loops Condition: VGC
36th Independent Infantry Brigade extremely rare WW2 formation sign. Green and yellow Kentish cobnut embroidered on khaki square. Very fine condition. Part of 12th Division BEF and after heavy fighting at Albert against a German armoured formation, it was overun by the enemy, only a few survivors returned to the UK.
36th Infantry Division WW2 fornation sign circa 1944-45.. A good used example of white and red interlocking rings / circles embroidered on black, often worn on the slouch hat Served mainly in Burma taking part in famous battles of Mandalay and Rangoon Road
36th North Middlesex Rifle Volunteers Officer’s 1874 hallmarked silver pouch belt plate. A scarce die-stamped example by W.P. bearing London hallmarks. Laurel wreath surmounted by a Guelphic crown resting on a tablet; “Middlesex” within the wreath, a Maltese cross with ball finals to the tips and lions between the arms. To the centre, a plain applied dome within a circlet “Rifle”; between the base of the cross and the wreath, a scroll “Regiment”. Three screw posts to reverse and complete with backing plate. Please note out crown hoops absent. Raised at Paddington in 1860 as 36th, it became the 18th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers in 1880 and joined the Rifle Brigade 1881. In 1908 it became 10th Battalion of the London Regiment.
37th Division A rare example, upright yellow felt horseshoe sewn to light khaki backing. GC. Downward horseshoe adopted in July 1916 altered in November to “keep the luck in”
37th Foot (North Hampshire) Indian Mutiny Medal A good example awarded to “ J. Legrove 37th Regt”. GC John Legrove is confirmed as receiving the medal without clasp.
38th (1st Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot, Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1877-1881. A good die-stamped brass example on brass loops North and South. Imperial crowned wreath of oak and laurel secured with Stafford Knot at the base; ‘38’ to voided centre. (KK 487). Queen Victoria was proclaimed Empress of India 1st January 1877. This is probably the actual piece photographed as No. 487 in “Head-dress Badges of the British Army”.
38th (Welsh) Division scarce WW1 formation sign. A scarce example, red dragon embroidered on black. VGC
38th (Welsh) Division WW1 cloth formation Badge. RWF, SWB & Welsh Regiment. A fine scarce example. Red dragon embroidered on black rectangle. Kitchener Div formed December 1914 as 43rd (Welsh) Div with Service Bns of the RWF, SWB & Welsh Regt. Renumbered 38th (Welsh) 29.04.15. To France November 1915; from 1916 fought on the Western Front.
39th Brigade scarce formation sign. Purple triangle embroidered on orange felt triangle.Removed from uniform. Good condition.
39th Independent Infantry Brigade Group 2nd pattern formation sign. Purple triangle PRINTED on orange triangle
3rd (East Kent) Regiment of Foot (The Buffs) Victorian Officer's tunic button circa 1855-81 by Firmin & Sons. A fine gilt example with backmark Firmin & Sons, 153 Strand, London & 15 Conduit St. Slight service wear.
3rd (Militia) Bn Royal West Kent Regiment Queens Mediterranean Medal A good example awarded to 1381 Pte T Minsey Rl: W. Kent R. GC.
3rd (Prince of Wales’s) Dragoon Guards 1884 hallmarked silver NCO’s arm badge. A very fine and scarce hollow example (Prince of Wales’ plumes) by B & P (Bent & Parker) bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Original pin fastening to reverse. Minor blemish by “H” on left scroll otherwise VGC See “Cavalry Warrant Officers and Non-Commissioned Officers’ Arm Badges” by David Linaker and Gordon Dine (MHS Special Number 1997). 8.11 (A)
3rd (Prince of Wales’s) Dragoon Guards OR’s helmet plate circa 1871-1914. A good die-stamped example on four screw posts. White metal star mounted with brass Garter; to the centre, a white metal “3”. Centre usually black leather, this example with dull red cloth centre. 3rd DG wore gilt metal helmets with black over red plumes.
3rd / 1st South Midland Division Cycle Company Army Cyclist Corps Medal Group. Awarded to 20824 CPL W.C. LEAMAN A.CYC CORPS. Comprising: 1914/15 Star (PTE A. CYC CORPS), British War Medal, Victory Medal (CPL A. CYC CORPS). Corporal William C Leaman is confirmed as serving with the 3rd/1st S.M.D. Cycle Coy and landed in France on the 13th December 1915. He later transferred to the Royal Warwickshire Regiment and was Demobbed in April 1919.
3rd and 4th (Militia) Bns.Oxfordshire Light Infantry NCO's Helmet Plate Centre circa 1881-1901 A scarce die-stamped silver plated example on three of four loops (centre one absent, top one bent). 3rd was formerly Royal Bucks Militia prior to Cardwell's 1881 reforms, the 4th had been the Oxfordshire Militia
3rd Bn Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment), Officer’s glengarry badge circa 1881-97. A very fine and scarce example. Die-stamped large silver-gilt cross pattee, the arms lined, the top one bearing the honour “Mediterranean”. To the centre, within a circlet inscribed “The Wiltshire Regiment”, the coronet within the cypher of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Two loops to reverse. Complete with backing plate. Very good condition. With origins in four regiments, it was reorganised as The Wiltshire Militia 8th November 1758; redesignated Royal Wiltshire Militia 29th June 1841 at Marlborough. Under Cardwell’s reforms, on Friday 1st July 1881, it became 3rd Bn. Wiltshire Regiment. Awarded the honour “Mediterranean” in 1856 for garrison duties performed during the Crimean War
3rd Bn Middlesex Regiment Queen's South Africa Medal. A scarce confirmed no clasp example awarded to "6737 Pte T.G. Saggers Middx Regt". Slight edge knocks GC. Private Saggers is confirmed as serving with the 3rd Bn and is shown as receiving no clasps to the QSA.
3rd Bn Rifle Brigade India General Service Medal, clasp “Punjab Frontier 1897-98” A good example awarded to “3738 Pte S. Wood 3d Bn Rif Bde”. GC
3rd Bn Rifle Brigade India General Service Medal, clasp “Punjab Frontier 1897-98”. A good example awarded to 2118 Pte J Redman 3d Bn Rif Bde. GC
3rd Bn. Coldstream Guards WW2 scarce cloth formation sign circa 1941-43. Red felt III removed from uniform
3rd Canadian Pioneers, 48th CEF WW1 OR’s bronze cap badge by Tiptaft, B\'ham A good die-stamped example on loops. Organised as a unit 15th July, 1916; disbanded March, 1918.
3rd Carabiniers bi-metal cap badge A good die-stamped example on loops.
3rd Carabiniers NCO’s b-imetal arm badge. Complete with both loops. Very good condition
3rd Carabiniers pair of OR's collar badges. A fine die-stamped bi-metal pair on loops
3rd Carpathian Rifle Division Polish WW2 breast badge. A good scarce silvered example by Lorioli, Milano, Roma. Monte Cassino Cross bearing fir tree, crowned eagle over crescent and two bayonets etc. Reverse with Polish legend. Single screw post to reverse retaining dished nut. Formed in Syria 1940, badge designed by Lt. Z. Ochnio
3rd Carpathian Rifle Division WW2 Polish formation sign. Green Christmas tree embroidered on a white over red rectangle. VGC Raised at Qastina in Palestine in May 1942
3rd Carpathian Rifle Division WW2 Polish formation sign. Green Christmas tree embroidered on a white over red rectangle. Raised at Qastina in Palestine in May 1942
3rd CLY (Sharp Shooters) 23rd London Armoured Car Company bi-metal cap badge & collar badge Die-stamped example on loops with CLY centres. (KK 2289). Foot of one loop on cap badge detached.
3rd County of London Imperial Yeomanry (Sharp Shooters) cap badge circa 1901-08. A good scarce die-cast brass example on short loops. (KK 1363)
3rd County of London IY (Sharp Shooters) OR’s cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped brass example. One or two spots of verdigris otherwise. Two loops to reverse. GC (KK 1362) Badge approved 18th December 1901.
3rd County of London Yeomanry Sharpshooters brass ca badge. A good clean die-stamped brass issue on slider
3rd Dragoon Guards Officer's OSD cap badge circa 1902-22 A scarce die-cast bronze example. Three blades to reverse. VGC
3rd Dragoon Guards OSD bronze cap badge circa 1902-22. Cast example on blades (one absent, remaining one with fracture)
3rd Dragoon Guards pre 1022 OR's bi-metal cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider.
3rd Dragoon Guards pre 1922 OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
3rd Foot Guards Georgian Officer’s gilt coatee button as worn at Waterloo. A fine scarce flat open back example by Charles Jennens, London (with Prince of Wales plumes back mark) Redesignated Scots Fusilier Guards in 1831 and Scots Guards in 1877.
3rd Glamorgan Rifle Volunteers Officers Cape. This is a regulation pattern Officers cape worn by Colonel Rees VD Commanding Officer of the Regiment. Tailored in dark grey wool material, retaining four small silvered regimental buttons. To the neck leather strap. The cape with surface mothing and a number of small holes requires cleaning. Provenance Colonel William Rees V.D. See other items attributed to this Officer.
3rd Glamorgan Rifle Volunteers scarce white metal cap badge circa 1896-1908. Good example on loops. HQ Swansea. Became 6th Bn. Welsh Regiment 1st April 1908.
3rd Glamorgan Rifle Volunteers, 6th Bn Welsh Regiment, Royal Engineers Medal Grouping. This is the medal grouping of Colonel William David Rees V.D. Colonel of the 3rd Glamorgan Rifle Volunteers, The First Colonel 6th Bn Welsh Regiment and served during the Great War as a Colonel with the Royal Engineers. Comprising: Volunteer Decoration, bearing Hallmarks for 1901. Retaining pin fitting for wearing as a single medal. Contained in original case. GC. ... Miniature Medal group of V.D, 1914/15 Star, BWM, VM. Mounted as originally worn. VGC. ... Original WW1 Medal named issue box. .... Original group postcard photograph showing Col Rees to the centre. ..... Original copy of The South Walian dated April 1904, containing an article on Col Rees giving biographical details up to the time of his appointment as CO of the 3rd Glamorgan Rifle Volunteers. Overall GC. Provenance Colonel William Rees V.D. See other items attributed to this Officer and the listing giving full biographical details of Colonel Rees military career.
3rd Infantry Division WW2 felt formation sign. Red triangle applied to black triangle. Removed from a uniform but excellent condition
3rd King\'s Own Hussars OR\'s cap badge circa 1896-1920. A good die-stamped bi-metal example of WW1 vintage on slider.
3RD LONDON rare WW1 cloth shoulder title. Red serif letters embroidered on khaki.
3rd Middlesex or Royal Westminster Militia Victorian Officer’s shako plate circa 1861-69 by Jennens. A very fine and exceedingly scarce die-stamped silver on copper example by J & Co (Jennens). Gilt washed crowned star mounted with silver circlet inscribed “3rd or Royal Westminster Middlesex”. To the centre, a shield of Westminster and Middlesex Arms with strung bugle above. Two horizontal loops to reverse. Raised at Brentford 1797; became 5th Bn. Royal Fusiliers on Friday 1st July 1881.
3rd Middlesex Rifle Volunteers Victorian helmet plate. A good scarce blackened brass post 1879 OR’s example. Three loop fittings to the reverse. GC Raised in 1859, it had its HQ at Hampstead. Although part of 2nd Admin Bn. 1860-80, it unusually retained its number in the 1880 reorganisation and became 1st VB Middlesex Regt. in 1898
3rd Norfolk RVC OR’s glengarry badge circa 1872-83. A good die-stamped white metal example. Design as Star of the Order of the Thistle, to the centre a three towered castle within a circlet inscribed “Third Norfolk Rifle Volunteer Corps”. Two old replacement loops to reverse otherwise VGC. HQ at East Dereham. Became 3rd VB Norfolk Regt. in June 1883 HQ at East Dereham. Became 3rd VB Norfolk Regt. in June 1883
3rd Prince of Wales's Dragoon Guards WW1 OR's cap badge. A goo die-stamped/cast bi-metal example on slider. (KK 739)
3rd Queen Alexandra’s Own Gurkha Rifles Officer’s 1912 hallmarked silver cap badge by Bent & Parker.. A fine scarce Birmingham hallmarked example on long loops. Crowned Cypher of Queen Alexandra; crown die-stamped, cypher die-cast.
3rd Royal Surrey Militia 1858-74 round forage cap scroll. Loops to the reverse now absent. Raised on 26th March 1853; became 4th Battalion The East Surrey Regiment on Friday 1st July 1881 with HQ at Kingston-upon-Thames.
3rd Suffolk Rifle Volunteers Victorian pouch belt plate. A good scarce die-stamped example on three screw posta. Crowned laurel wreath, finely seeded centre mounted with silver “SVR” monogram with “3” to centre. Cross on crown AF. Formed 26th January, 1860 at Woodbridge.
3rd VB Devonshire Regiment Victorian OR’s tunic button by I & B Pearse & Co, London A good scarce white metal example on shank. HQ at Exeter
3rd VB Gloucestershire Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1900-08. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example as regular battalions with addition of Arms of Bristol and title scroll suitably amended. Loops to reverse. Very good condition. Raised 24th July, 1900 at Bristol. Became 6th Bn TF in 1908.
3rd VB Gloucestershire Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1900-08. A fine scarce die-stamped white metal example on loops. Raised 24th July, 1900 with HQ at Bristol. Became 6th Bn TF in 1908.
3rd VB Gloucestershire Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1900-08. A fine die-stamped white metal example on loops. Raised 24th July, 1900 with HQ at Bristol. Became 6th Bn TF in 1908.
3rd VB Gloucestershire Regiment pre 1908 small button by Pearson & Huggins circa 1900-08.. A good example displaying Spinx on :"Egypt" over Arms of Bristol shield within title circlet. Shank to reverse. Slight wear. Raised 24th July, 1900 with HQ at Bristol. Became 6th Bn TF in 1908.
3rd VB King’s Liverpool Regiment OR’s glengarry badge circa 1888-96. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example formed from placing a crown on helmet plate centre inscribed “Liverpool 3rd Volr. Battn.”, the White Horse of Hanover to voided centre. Three loops to reverse. Pearls slightly at fault. HQ at Southport.
3rd VB Welsh Regiment white metal pre 1908 OR’s cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example on old replacement slider HQ at Pontypridd
3rd West Riding Brigade, Royal Field Artillery OR’s post 1908 cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped brass example retaining original slider.
3rd West Riding Brigade, Royal Field Artillery scarce OR’s cap badge. A good die stamped example on loops.
3rd West York Militia pre 1840 Officer\'s Coatee Button. A good silver plate onto copper example. Hollow back with makers details of I. Nutting & Son, King St. Covent Garden. Complete with shank. Slight wear to plating on high points.
4 CLY / SHARPSHOOTERS WW2 brass shoulder title circa 1939-44 by Walker & Hall, Sheffield One loop absent the other twisted. (Westlake 363) Unit served in North Africa, Italy and NW Europe merging with 3rd CLY in 1944.
4 Corps WW2 cloth formation sign. Black elephant printed on red felt rectangle. Glue and paper marks to reverse.
4. COMMANDO rare WW2 cloth shoulder title. Red embroidered 4, blue embroidered COMMANDO; all on navy. No.4 Commando formed 23.06.1940 & together with No.7 formed the 3rd Special Service Bn. 24.1040. Reorganised 26.02.41 on disbandment of 3rd SS Bn. Later became part of 1st Special Service Brigade under the command of Brigadier Lord Lovat.
40 / SIGNALS scarce WW2 cloth pagri flash. Black felt rectangle embroidered with white “40” over “SIGNALS” in serif letters.Minor moth to right edge and corner. GC
40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot Officer’s 1844-55 “Albert” shako plate. An exceptionally fine and rare example. Rich gilt eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown. Mounted on the star, a gilt hobnail star with straight tips to the principal rays which bear battle honours. Mounted on the star, a laurel wreath; within the wreath, a strap inscribed “2nd Somersetshire; gilt “40” to burnished gilt centre. The wreath bears four part scroll inscribed “Candahar” “Guznee 1842” “Maharajpoor” “Cabool”. Reverse retains both original horizontal loops; four wires behind the Crown now absent. Top pearl on cross absent. Plate curved to shape of shako. VGC During the period this plate was worn, 40th saw service in India and in 1842 proceeded to Australia. It served there and in New Zealand for the next 15 years.
40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment. New Zealand Medal. An undated example awarded to “George Powell 40th Regt”. Rank neatly erased. GC Private George Powell is confirmed on the Roll
40th Division facing pair of cockerel formation signs. A fine embroidered pair removed from a uniform.
40th Division silk embroidered formation sign. Removed from uniform. Minor service wear
40th Division WW1 attributed pair of cloth formation signs. 1918 embroidered purple silk rectangle embroidered with white diamond bearing acorn and oak leaves, superimposed on a bantam cock. Some service wear (2 items) Worn by Private J.E. Everitt of the Royal Scots Fusiliers and KOSB. The 40th Division original badge was a diamond, after Major-General John Ponsonby took command of the Division in 1917 a Bantam Cock was added in recognition of originally being a Bantam Division. GHQ Granted permission for the spray of oak leaves to be added following the Division’s capture of Bourlon Wood. 2nd Bn, the Royal Scots Fusiliers joined and left the Division on April 1918, 10th Bn KOSB joined June 1918
40th Division WW1 cloth formation sign. Embroidered silk diamond bearing acorn and oak leaves, superimposed on a bantam cock. GC GHQ Granted permission for the spray of oak leaves to be added following the Division’s capture of Bourlon Wood.
40th.Infantry Division Korean War pair of embroidered formation signs Fine unusually large embroidered examples. The olive green backings each retaining four press studs (on one they have a little verdigris).
40th.Infantry Division Korean War pair of embroidered formation signs Fine unusually large embroidered examples. The olive green backings each retaining four press studs (on one they have a little verdigris).
41st (Enfield Lock) Middlesex Rifle Volunteers Victorian Officer’s shako / pouch belt plate circa 1860. A fine rare die-stamped white metal example on screw posts. Within a crowned strap “Bello Parati Pacem Volentes”, a shield bearing RSAF cypher over three rifles in pale with three crossed bayonets. Extended below the strap, a scroll “41st Middlesex”. (see KK 1526) Formed 11th June 1860 from employees of the Royal Small Arms Factory at Enfield Lock as part of 6th Admin Bn. Consolidated as ‘H’ Company, 3rd MC RVC in 1880; 3rd redesignated 1st VB Middlesex Regt. in 1881 but did not assume the title until 1898.
41st AGRA (Army Group Royal Artillery) cloth formation sign. White XLI embroidered on a red over blue shield. GC
41st AGRA (Army Group Royal Artillery) cloth formation sign. A fine example. White XLI embroidered on a red over blue shield.
41st Foot (The Welsh) pre 1855 Officer’s shoulder belt plate. A very fine and rare example. Seeded fire gilt rectangular plate with burnished edges; mounted on the plate, a cut silver eight pointed star; mounted on the star, a gilt Crowned Garter resting within a laurel wreath. Within the Garter, silver Prince of Wales' plumes set on a rich blue translucent enamel ground; between the Garter and the base of the wreath “XLI” with “Niagara” and “Ava” below and “Queenstown” above. On the left of the wreath, a scroll inscribed “Detroit”; on the right another “Miami”. Reverse retains original fixings comprising two hooks and two studs. Slight wear to gilt on highpoints, generally VGC. During the latter period this plate was worn the 41st were commanded by Hugh Rowlands VC, KCB. The 1st Battalion fought at Alma, Inkerman and throughout the Siege of Sevastopol. On the evacuation of the Crimea in 1856 the Regiment proceeded home and then to Jamaica the following year until 1860.
42nd (Royal Highland The Black Watch) Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1868-74. A good scarce die-stamped brass example on brass loops North and South. (KK 495)
42nd Deoli Regiment pagri badge. A good 1903-21 cast example. Blackened brass strap inscribed �E.Turba Legion� surmounted by a mural crown; six pointed star to centre with XLII to central section. Stout pagri pin to reverse. GC (Made with tip of strap not appearing as Cox 2444) Disbanded in 1921.
42nd Royal Highland (The Black Watch) Regiment OR’s glengarry/bonnet badge circa 1874-81. A good scarce die-stamped bi-metal example with two loops to reverse. Small knock to top right edge of saltire otherwise GC (KK 497)
42nd Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) Officer’s dirk belt clasp circa 1840-60. A fine and rare two part example in gilt and silver. Circlet ornamented with thistle sprays, centre with silver mount being a stylised Thistle star, Acanthus leaves ends. VGC
44th Indian Airborne Division pair of WW2 formation signs. A good printed facing pair removed from a uniform.
44th Indian Airborne Division scarce WW2 parachute wing. A good heavily embroidered example sewn to brass pinback backing plate. Blue a little faded but generally good condition. (Reverse illustrated)
44th Indian Airborne Division scarce WW2 parachute wing. A good and unusual flat example. Has been worn.
44th Indian Airborne Division scarce WW2 parachute wing. A good heavily embroidered example sewn to brass pinback backing plate. Blue a little faded but generally good condition. A good heavily embroidered example. Minor service wear.
44th Indian Airborne Division WW2 parachute wing. A good padded worn pair retaining four press studs to the reverse
44th Indian Airborne Division WW2 parachute wing. A good padded white parachute flanked by light blue wings with central fleck heavily embroidered on black cloth.
44th Royal Tank Regiment WW2 slip-on shoulder title. White metal RTR collar badge on yellow over maroon tape. A little service wear. Formed from 6th Bn Gloucestershire Regt. Fought in North Africa and Italy
45th Infantry Division WW2 printed pair of Drake's Drum formation signs. A fine unworn pair.
46th (North Midland) Infantry Division WW2 formation sign. Silk embroidered Sherwood Forest oak on black rectangle. Removed from uniform, light glue marks to reverse.
46th (S.Devon) Regimental Cook’s Victorian Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal. This example was awarded to “3773 Serjt W. O’Neil 46th Foot”. Engraved naming contact rubbing to the edge. GC Sergeant William O’Niel a native of Killyman Co Armagh enlisted in the 46th Foot in June 1855. He was soon shipped out to the Crimea serving 269 days He is entitled to the medal and clasp “Sebastopol” plus the Turkish Crimea Medal. He was appointed Sergeant in 1860 but following a drunken fight was reduced to the ranks and served 5 days in prison. It would take 9 years to regain his rank, when he was appointed a Sergeant Cook. He was discharged on completion of his engagement in September 1876.
46th (South Devon) Regiment of Foot Officer’s shoulder belt plate circa 1830-55. A good scarce example comprising a burnished gilt rectangular plate mounted with cut silver star bearing gilt wreath, half of laurel, half of palm encircling crowned strap inscribed “South Devon” with “46” to the centre. On the base of the wreath, a scroll inscribed “Dominica”. Reverse retains original fixings comprising two hooks and two studs. Gilt worn, one or two star tips AF otherwise GC (Parkyn 272) Dominica honour granted to the Regiment 9th February 1808. Regiment became 2nd Bn. Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry in 1881.
46th Company Machine Gun Corps Military Medal group. Awarded to “37929 Pte. J. Mc Ouan MGC” Comprising: Military Medal “Pte. MGC”, British War Medal, Victory Medal. GC few marks to the edge. The announcement of the Military Medal appeared in the London Gazette on the 20th August 1919. His unit is given as the 46th and his home county as Dunfermline. The 46th served on the Western Front with the 15th Scottish Division and saw major action during the closing months of the war.
46th Division silk embroidered formation sign A good used WW2 example
46th Infantry Division pair of formation signs on KD shoulder strap slides A good pair depicting a Sherwood Forest oak tree.
46th Infantry Division pair of formation signs on KD shoulder strap slides A good pair as worn depicting a Sherwood Forest oak tree.
46th Infantry Division WW2 pair of slip-on titles. A good printed pair on KD slip-ons.
47 / SIKHS (indian Army) well cast brass shoulder title. Flat integral loops. VGC
47 Division Signal Regiment formation sign. Embroidered Dutch tile. Removed from uniform. GC
47th Foot (Lancashire) Crimea Medal Clasp Sebastopol A good example, with contemporary naming Serjt C Wallis 47th Regt. Private Charles Wallis is confirmed as been awarded the Crimea Medal with Sebastopol clasp.
47th Lancashire Rifle Volunteers Officer’s shako plate of 1861-68 pattern. A very fine and scarce two-part silver plated example, the crowned eight pointed star pattern back plate with stencilled centre numerals “47”, a pierced surrounding strap, “Lancashire Rifle Volunteers”, the strap with a burnished backing disc. Two loops to reverse. HQ at St. Helens. Later the 21st Lancashire RVs and subsequently the 2nd VB South Lancashire Regiment.
48th Australian Infantry Cap Badge A good locally cast blackened example on loops
48THHOFC scarce 48th Highlanders of Canada brass shoulder title Loops to reverse
49th (The Princess Charlotte of Wales’s or Hertfordshire) Regiment of Foot Officer’s shoulder belt plate circa 1843-55. A very fine and rare example. Seeded gilt rectangular plate with raised burnished edges; mounted to the centre, a gilt laurel wreath. Within the wreath, a crowned circlet inscribed “Princess Charlotte of Wales”; to the centre “49” resting on a Union spray with scroll above inscribed “Hertfordshire”. Battle honours “Egmont-op-Zee”, “Queenstown” “China” and “Copenhagen” entwined in the wreath; below the wreath, the Dragon. Reverse complete with original fixings comprising two hooks and two studs. VGC (Parkyn 388 )Became 1st Bn. Berkshire Regiment on Friday 1st July, 1881.
49th (West Riding) Division pair of WW2 formation signs. Facing pair of polar bears, heads up, embroidered on black rectangles. Removed from uniform. Good condition
49th (West Riding) Infantry Division metal formation sign worn prior to 1939. Scarce die-stamped white metal rose on screw post with brass securing nut with milled rim.
49th (West Riding) Infantry Division pair of WW2 printed formation signs. A fine facing pair of 2nd pattern Polar Bears. Fought in Norway and after D Day in Normandy and North West Europe
49th Brigade scarce printed formation sign. Yellow KK on brown edged green square. A good example removed from a uniform.
4CLY (Sharpshooters) scarce WW2 cast brass shoulder title circa 1939-44 A good example on loops. (Westlake 362) Unit served in North Africa as well as Italy and NW Europe merging with 3rd CLY in 1944.
4CLY (Sharpshooters) scarce WW2 cast brass shoulder title circa 1939-44. A good example on loops - slight verdigris. (Westlake 362) Unit served in North Africa as well as Italy and NW Europe merging with 3rd CLY in 1944.
4th & 5th Bns. Lincolnshire Regiment post 1908 cap badge. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example as regulars but with blank scroll. Araldited replacement slider. (KK 1708) HQ’s Drill Halls at Lincoln and Grimsby
4th & 5th Bns. Lincolnshire Regiment post 1908 cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on loops, as regulars but with blank tablet. (KK 1708). One loop at fault. Drill Halls at Lincoln and Grimsby
4th & 5th Bns. Somerset Light Infantry post 1908 OR’s cap badge. A fine die-stamped white metal example on slider. Spot of braize in bell end. (KK 1711) HQ’s Lower Bristol Road, Bath and Shuttern, Taunton.
4th (Central Ontario) Bn. CEF WW1 Officer's 1918 hallmarked silver cap badge by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company. A fine die-cast example on replacement loops. Reverse with London hallmarks and maker's trefoil logo.
4th (Cumberland & Westmorland) Bn. Border Regiment post 1908 OR’s cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example on slider. Very minor verdigris to right of crown.(KK 1725) HQ Strand Road, Carlisle
4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards pre 1922 NCO’s arm badge. A fine scarce die-stamped white metal example on loops being the Star of the Order of St.Patrick.
4th (Stockport) VB Cheshire Regiment Victorian Officer’s black cloth helmet circa 1887-1901. A good scarce example of the Home Service pattern black cloth helmet complete with silvered spike, furniture and velvet backed chin chain. To the front, crowned star pattern plate mounted with mounted with laurel wreath and Garter”; Prince of Wales’s plumes on eight pointed star to centre. Mounted on the base of the wreath, a scroll “The Cheshire Regiment”, with supplementary scroll beneath “4th Volunteer Battalion”. Retains crimson silk topped leather sweatband and part paper label "Regulation Cork Helmet". Slight surface moth in places, edge on rear peak lining also with a little old moth damage. Rear peak slightly bent from storage. Furniture nice toned otherwise a good "sleepy" example.
4th (The King’s Own Royal) Regiment of Foot Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped brass example. Lion passant guardant over a rope edged oval strap “The King’s Own Royal Regiment”; ‘4’’ to voided centre. Copper loops East and West. One loop a lead soldered replacement otherwise good condition. (KK 424)
4th / 7th Dragoon Guards General Service Medal A good example awarded to \"14933775 Tpr E. Wills 4/7 D.G.\" GC some edge knocks.
4th / 7th Dragoon Guards post 1922 Officer\'s cap badge. A very fine die-cast silver plated example on loops with central mount.
4th Anti-Aircraft Division WW2 facing pair of uncut formation signs. 2nd pattern examples displaying three blue buckles printed on red inverted triangle.
4th Armoured Brigade facing pair of formation signs. Black jerboa embroidered on white felt square. Removed from uniform. Some service wear and moth hole to one.
4th Armoured Brigade silk embroidered formation sign. Black jerboa embroidered on white felt square. Removed from uniform. A bit grubby. Formed in 1939. Fought in Western Desert North African Campaign, Invasion of Sicily and North West Europe
4th Battalion Buffs East Kent rare OR’s blackened brass cap badge. Die-stamped example. Loops replaced with brooch pin. (KK 1699)
4th Battalion Welch Regiment WW2 formation sign. Red saucepan printed on brown rectangle. VGC
4th Battalion, The Buffs Royal East Kent Regiment rare OR’s cap badge. A rare post 1908 die-stamped brass example on loops. Some polishing to highpoints. (KK 1699)
4th Battalion, The Buffs Royal East Kent Regiment rare OR’s cap badge.
4th Battalion, The Buffs Royal East Kent Regiment rare OR’s cap badge. Good die-stamped brass example on loops (verdigris to base) (KK 1699)
4th Bn (Hallamshire) York & Lancaster Regiment WW1 Territorial Efficiency Group of Four. Awarded top 200071 Cpl Frederick Thorpe. Comprising: 1914/15 Star ‘L.Cpl York & Lanc R”, British War Medal, Victory Medal “Cpl Y & L R”, Territorial Force Efficiency Medal (GVR) “Cpl 4/ York & Lanc R”. GC Cpl Thorpe landed in France on the 13 April 1915
4th Bn Queen\'s Regiment Territorial Efficiency Medal. A good example awarded to \"200201 Cpl L.E. Lungley 4/ The Queen\'s R\' GC one edge knock Corporal Lungley was awarded the BWM, VM, TFWM.
4th Bn Rifle Brigade 1854 India General Service Medal, Two clasps A good example awarded to 7600 Pte H Richards 4th Bn Rif Brig. Bearing the clasps “Burma 1887-89, Burma 1889-92. Second clasp loose, Private Harry William Richards enlisted at Winchester into the 4th Bn Rifle Brigade on the 4th July 1885. He is confirmed as being awarded the two clasp IGS and was discharged in 1897.
4th Bn Royal Sussex Regiment 1917 Casualty Memorial Plaque. Issued to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of “Christopher George Lisher” GC TF/200701 Private Christopher George Lisher died on the 26th March 1917 whilst serving with the 4th Bn. He was a native of Littlehampton Sussex and is commemorated on the Jerusalem Memorial
4th Bn. King’s Shropshire Light Infantry head-dress rosette. A rare example in red and green silk, the colours of the French Croix de Guerre awarded to the Battalion in the Great War. GC with a safety pin to the reverse. Worn on left side of Service Dress and No.1 Dress caps in recognition of the award of the Croix de Guerre avec Palme awarded to 1st/4th Bn. by the French Government as a result of their magnificent counterattack at Montagne de Bligny on 6th June 1918. See G. Archer Parfitt’s excellent article MHS Bulletin Vol XVIII No. 69 of August 1967, pages 26 and 27
4th Bn. KSLI scarce Croix de Guerre headdress rosette. A good clean example with old pin fitting. VGC Worn on left side of Service Dress and No.1 Dress caps in recognition of the Croix de Guerre avec Palme awarded to 1st/4th Bn. by the French Government for their magnificent counterattack at Montagne de Bligny on 6th June 1918.
4th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment NCO’s Lincoln Imp arm badge. A scarce die-stamped brass example on loops. Minor service wear otherwise good condition.
4th Bn. Lincolnshire Regt. NCO’s arm badge. A scarce example of the Brass Lincoln Imp. Two loops to reverse. GC
4th Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good die-stamped example on old replacement loops. Pattern with blank scrolls. (KK 1742) HQ in Northampton. 15th August, 1915 landed at Suvla Bay.
4th Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment post 1908 OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example on loops. Touch of verdigris to scroll. (KK 1741) HQ in Northampton. 15th August, 1915 landed at Suvla Bay.
4th Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment post 1908 OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops. “4th Battalion” top scroll, “South Africa 1900-02” below the castle. (KK 1741) HQ in Northampton. 15th August, 1915 landed at Suvla Bay.
4th Bn. SAC cast silvered cap badge. Two loops to the reverse GC
4th County of London Yeomanry Sharpshooters rare 1939-44 bi-metal cap badge. A fine die-cast example by JR Gaunt, London. Two loops to reverse. Very good condition (KK 2290) Unit served in North Africa as well as Italy and NW Europe
4th Hampshire Rifle Volunteers Victorian cap badge. Good scarce die-stamped white metal crowned star with central dog gauge on loops,
4th Hussars of Canada unusual post 1931 non-voided bronze cap badge by Scully. Die-cast on loops
4th Hussars Post 1901 Other Ranks Collar Badges. Two die-stamped bi-metal examples on loops.
4th Indian Division WW2 pair of formation signs. Facing felt examples sewn onto KD rectangles with red arm of service Infantry bar below. Cloth loops at the top so to hang from the shoulder straps.
4th Jersey Militia Officer’s gilt open back coatee button circa 1815-40. A good example by Bodley Etty & Bodley London Complete with shank. GC
4th Prince Albert Victor’s Rajputs Officer’s 1921 hallmarked silver cap badge by J & Co (Jennens). A fine scarce die-cast example on loops. Crowned, floriated “IV” resting on a scroll inscribed “Rajputs”. Birmingham hallmarks. (Cox 2386A) Became 2nd Bn. 7th Rajputs in 1922.
4th QO Hussars NCO’s die-cast silvered plated arm badge. A good scarce example on two loops. (see Cox 1235)
4th Queen’s Own Hussars Victorian / Edwardian Officer’s Pill Box Cap A good example of dark blue melton cloth ornamented with a wide band of gold regimental pattern lace and bullion cord to the welt of the crown. The crown is decorated with a central pearl button and an ornate pattern in bullion cord. Lined with crimson silk and retaining leather sweatband. Bullion remains bright. Besides two small moth holes to the crown it is in very good condition.
4th Queen’s Own Hussars Officer’s cap badge circa 1953-58. A fine scarce die-cast silvered and gilt example on loops. Amalgamated with 8th King’s Royal Irish Hussars in 1958 to form The Queen’s Royal Irish Hussars.
4th Queen’s Own Hussars post 1906 Officer’s cap badge. A very fine silver and gilt example. Reverse impressed “P”. Loops. VGC
4th Queen’s Own Hussars scarce Victorian OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped example on loops which have toned to black. Excellent condition. (KK 754)
4th Queen’s Own Hussars Victorian OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good die-stamped example on loops. (KK 754)
4th Queen’s Own Hussars Victorian OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example. Crowned circlet inscribed “Queen’s Own Hussars”; white metal foliated “IV” to centre.Complete with loop fittings VGC. (KK 754)
4th Queen’s Own Hussars WW2 OR’s bi-metal cap badge by J.R. Gaunt, London.. A good die-stamped example on named slider (KK 756)
4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards Officers OSD Bronze Badge circa 1902-22 A good example, with mounted centre, on two loops, the scroll reads (4th (R.I.) Dragoon Guards).
4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1922. Die-stamped bi-metal example on replacement slider. Service wear, centre polished hence price.
4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1922. Die-stamped bi-metal example on replacement slider. Service wear, centre polished hence price.
4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards OR’s pre 1922 cap badge. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. (KK 740)
4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards pair of pre 1922 OR's collar badges. A fine pair of die-stamped St. Patrick Stars inwhite metal on loops
4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guardss Officer's Pair OSD Bronze Collar Badges circa 1902-22 by Jennens... A fine scarce pair of cap badge size on loops. marked "J & Co"; scroll reads "4th (R.I.) Dragoon Guards"
4th Royal Lancashire Light Infantry Militia Victorian Officer’s waist belt clasp circa 1856-81. A good scarce gilt example. Circlet inscribed “Royal Lancashire Light Infantry”; centre bears silver Crown with a Rose superimposed on a strung bugle. Plain ends. A little wear to gilt and to silver highpoints. Good condition. Raised 22nd March 1853 at Warrington. Became 3rd Bn. South Lancashire Regiment on Friday 1st July 1881.
4th Royal Lancashire Militia scarce Officer’s coatee button circa 1797-1800. A very fine open backed slightly convex gilt example by Firmin & Westall Strand. Within a crowned eight pointed star, “4” over “R.L”. Shank to reverse. Very good condition Raised in 1797 as the 3rd Supplementary Battalion Royal Lancashire Militia but immediately titled 4th Royal Lancashire Militia. Disbanded in 1800.
4th Royal South Middlesex Militia Victorian Officer’s shako plate circa 1856-61. A very fine and exceedingly scarce die-stamped silvered example of crowned star pattern mounted with pierced silver circlet inscribed “IV Royal South Middlesex Militia”; VR Cypher to the centre. Retains both horizontal loops to reverse. VGC Raised at Hounslow 3rd May 1853; became 5th Bn. Royal Fusiliers on Friday 1st July 1881.
4th VB Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) OR’s glengarry badge circa 1887-1908. A good scarce die-stamped example struck in one piece on loops, which have now toned black HQ 149 Cathedral Street, Glasgow.
4th VB Cameronians OR’s white metal glengarry badge. Scarce post 1887 to 1908 example struck in one piece. Retaining two loops to the reverse. HQ 149 Cathedral Street, Glasgow.
4th VB East Surrey Regiment Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1887-1901. A good die-stamped silvered example. Within a crowned laurel wreath, an eight pointed star bearing the Arms of Guildford. Mounted on the lower part of the wreath a scroll inscribed “The East Surrey Regiment” with additional scroll below “4th Volunteer Battalion”. Three screw posts to reverse and complete on backing plate. Overall very good condition. .Formed as 7th Surrey RVC on 30th November 1859 at Southwark; absorbed into 26th in March 1880; became a VB of the regiment 1st July 1881; redesignated 4th VB 1st December 1887 with HQ at Clapham Junction. Became 23rd Bn, London Regiment 1st April 1908
4th VB Essex Regiment Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1883-1901. A fine scarce die-stamped silver plated example on three screw posts.. Crowned Maltese cross, with lions between the arms, bearing circlet “4th Volunteer Battalion Essex Regt.”; County Arms to centre on domed burnished ground. HQ at Leyton.
4th VB Hampshire Regiment OR’s helmet plate circa 1885-1901. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example of universal crowned star pattern bearing laurel wreath and circlet inscribed “4th Volr. Battn. Hampshire”; dog gauge to centre. Three loops to reverse. VGC HQ Bournemouth. Became 7th Bn. Hampshire Regt. in 1908.
4th VB King’s Liverpool Regiment Victorian NCO’s helmet plate circa 1888-1901. A good scarce die-stamped silvered example on three loops. Crowned star bearing laurel wreath, and mounted with circlet inscribed “Liverpool 4th Volr. Battn.”; rearing horse to voided centre. HQ 77 Shaw Street, Liverpool.
4th VB Queen’s Royal West Surreys post 1883 pouch belt plate. A fine and scarce Officer’s silver plated example. Retaing four screw posts to the reverse. GC Originally raised 13th March 1860 at Lambeth as 19th Surrey RVC. Redesignated 7th on 3rd September 1880 with headquarters at New Street, Kennington Park , renumbered 8th only 4 days later. Became a VB of the Royal West Surrey Regiment on Friday 1st July 1881; redesigned as 4th VB on 1st March 1883. Many of it’s members served in the Boer War resulting in the Battalion being awarded the honour “South Africa 1900-02” in 1905. Became 24th (County of London) Battalion, The London Regiment on 1st April 1908.
4th VB South Wales Borderers Victorian Glengary Badge circa 1885-96. Excavated white metal example with replacement loops. Finely pitted overall. HQ at Newport
4th West London Rifle Volunteers post 1864 Officer's shako plate. A very fine and exceedingly scarce silver plated example with Victorian Arms of Kensington to the centre. West London title added in July 1864. New Kensington Arms granted in 1901. Fixing: Loops Condition: Generally VGC
4th West York Militia 1874-81 OR's glengarry badge. A good scarce white metal example. (KK 1194) Became 4th Battalion PWO West Yorkshire Regt. on Friday 1st July 1881 Fixing: Loops Condition: VGC
4th, 5th & 6th Bns. Suffolk Regiment post 1908 cap badge. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. HQ’s at Ipswich, Bury St. Edmunds and Ipswich respectively.
4th, 5th & 6th Bns. Suffolk Regiment post 1908 Two Tower Cap Badge by BP & Co Ltd. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
4th, 5th, 6th & 7th Bns. Essex Regiment cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped bi-metal post 1908 example on slider bearing “South Africa 1900-02” scroll beneath the badge. Tablet beneath Sphinx blank. (KK 1738)
4th/7th Dragoon Guards collar badges. A good near matching pair of die=stamped white metal examples on loops
4th/7th Dragoon Guards General Service Medal Clasp Palestine 1945-48 A good example awarded to 19159501 TPR K HOLDWAY 4/7 DG. Confirmed on Medal Roll
4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards Officer’s 1988 hallmarked silver cap badge by Firmin & Son A fine die-cast example on loops, bearing Birmingham hallmarks. St. Patrick star mounted with circlet “Quis Separabit MCMXXII”; centrally St. George’s Cross bearing a Princess’s coronet on a mirrored ground. (as KK 742)
4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards Torrin style Side Cap. Black crown and curtain, scarlet body; yellow piping, small anodised regimental star.
4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards WW2 period cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
5 / BOMBAY scarce pre 1903 Indian Army brass shoulder title. British made example retaining two of three loops
5 / RA / LANCASHIRE scarce pre 1908 white metal shoulder title. A fine example on three loops. HQ at Preston
5 RTR pair of Royal Tank Regiment epaulette slides. Black slides bearing red over Cambridge blue tapes. Disbanded in 1969
5 RTR pair of Royal Tank Regiment epaulette slides. Black slides bearing red over Cambridge blue tapes. Disbanded in 1969
50 Independent Infantry Brigade formation sign. Yellow St. Mark’s lion printed on a blue rectangle. VGC
50/52 Middle East Commando cap badge A good scarce WW2 locally made cast brass example on loops.
50/52 Middle East Commando rare WW2 cap badge. A good cast brass example, retaining loops to reverse (KK 2066)
50/52 Middle East Commando rare WW2 Special Forces cap badge. A good locally made cast brass example on loops. (KK 2066)
50/52 Middle East Commando scarce WW2 Special Forces cap badge. A good scarce locally made cast brass example on loops. (KK 2066)
50th Regiment (Gordon Highlanders of Canada) white metal glengarry badge circa 1913-20. A good die-stamped example on loops. See �Scottish Regimental Badges 1793-1971� by W & K Bloomer No.444
51 RTR pair of Royal Tank Regiment Lieutenant's rank slides. Sun has bleached green to yellow.
511th Airborne Parachute Infantry Regiment post WW2 patch A good embroidered example
515th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery formation sign. A good scarce example; yellow Arms of the Isle of Man (three legged device) embroidered on red felt shield.
51st (Highland) Division WW2 RAMC combination. A fine example removed from a uniform. Rectangular piece of battledress material bearing printed 51st HD formation sgn over a dull cherry felt bar. Worn by a member of either 152 or 174 Field Ambulance, RAMC.
51st Highland Division WW2 RAMC combination. Piece of battledress material bearing printed HD formation sign over cherry felt bar. Removed from a uniform but excellent condition. Worn by a member of either 152 or 174 Field Ambulance RAMC
51st Infantry Brigade formation sign. Black rectangle embroidered with white disc bearing black swan. Condition: Glue marks to reverse. VGC
52nd (6th London) Anti-Tank Regt Royal Artillery WW2 formation sign. An extremely rare example believed worn by this unit, part of 5th Inf Division. Tank, in flames, embroidered onto vertically divided red and dark blue diamond. A little service wear.
52nd Lowland Division WW1 formation sign. Black “L” embroidered on khaki; resting in the L, a blue shield charged with a thistle superimposed on a white saltire. Designed by the GOC, Major General John Hill, CB, DSO
52nd Lowland Division WW1 formation sign. Black “L” embroidered on khaki; resting in the L, a blue shield charged with a thistle superimposed on a white saltire. Designed by the GOC, Major General John Hill, CB, DSO
53rd (Shropshire) Regiment of Foot 1871-81 brass glengarry badge. A good die-stamped example retaining brass loops North and South. GC. (KK 512) Following Cardwell’s reforms of the Army, 53rd became 1st Bn King’s Light Infantry on 1st July 1881, later KSLI.
54th (E. Anglian) Division / 162nd Indep Infantry Brigade WW2 formation sign. Blue \"JP\" printed on red disc. Glue marks to reverse otherwise in good condition
55th (West Lancashire) Infantry Division 3rd Infantry Bde combination. Printed 55th Infantry Division formation sign with three red felt brigade bars all sewn to denim rectangle.
55th (West Lancashire) Infantry Division pair of WW2 formation signs. A good embroidered pair removed from a uniform.
56th (King’s Own) Anti-Tank Regt. Royal Artillery WW2 pagri flash. Vertically divided red and blue cloth diamond bearing white lion device on loops
56th (W.Essex) Foot Georgian Officer’s pre 1830 silvered openback coatee vutton. A fine example made by C. Jennens, London with Prince of Wales\'s plumes backmark indicating pre 1830 manufacture. Complete with shank. VGC Regiment changed to silver lace and buttons in 1830
56th (West Essex) Regiment of Foot, OR's glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped brass example. Castle and Key of Gibraltar over a strap, “Montis Insignia Calpe”, at the base of the strap a shield bearing the arms of the county of Essex, attendant scrolls “West” “Essex”, in the centre “56”. Replacement lead soldered loops North and South otherwise very good condition (KK 515).
56th Foot (West Essex) Officer’s shako plate circa 1855-61. A very fine and scarce example of crowned star pattern mounted with pierced gilt Garter on a burnished gilt ground; centrally gilt numerals “56” on a black patent leather ground. Two horizontal loops to reverse. Minor wear to gilt on numerals otherwise VGC During the period this plate was worn, the 56th returned home from Bermuda in 1855 and were rushed straight to the Crimea and served before Sebastopol from July until after the fall of the City. It returned home in June 1856 and the following year went to Bombay where it remained throughout the Mutiny.
56th Independent Infantry Brigade WW2 facing pair of formation signs. Yellow Sphinx on black circle embroidered on yellow rectangle which has been cut down as usual. 56th landed in Normandy on D Day as part of 21st Army Group.
56th Independent Infantry Brigade WW2 formation sign A scarce example. Yellow Sphinx on black circle embroidered on yellow rectangle which has been cut down to shape as usual. Removed from uniform. Good condition. 56th landed in Normandy on D Day as part of 21st Army Group.
56th Punjabi Rifles Frontier Force Officer’s cast silvered badge. A good example on loops.
57th (West Middlesex) Regiment of Foot 1861-69 Officer’s shako plate. A very fine and scarce die stamped rich gilt example.of universal crowned star pattern mounted with the Garter. Seeded centre pierced with “57”. Two loops to reverse. VGC
57th (West Middlesex) Regiment OR’s cross belt plate circa 1840-55. A scarce example in heavy die-stamped brass, the rectangular plate with raised designs comprising the crown over “57” with laurel sprays in three-quarter surround, above the crown the honour scroll, “Albuhera”. The four broad tang fasteners probably never fitted, four incorrect loops to reverse are now present. VGC
57th Wilde’s Rifles Indian Army post 1903 Officer’s pouch belt plate. A good post cast silver example. Resting within a laurel wreath, a Crowned circlet inscribed “Wilde’s Rifles”; to the centre “57” on a black painted ground. Battle honours “Delhi Lucknow Afghanistan China 1900” to the wreath with two part scroll below inscribed “Frontier Force”. Three screw posts to reverse complete with backing plate with evidence of stout pin. One wire securing “57” to centre AF. Generally GC.
58th Searchlight Regiment Royal Artillery formation sign. Blue cornflower embroidered on khaki disc. VGC Harrow raised unit. Badge Introduced in 1941; cornflower traditionally worn by Harrow supporters at annual Lords Harrow v Eton match
58th Vaughan’s Rifles (Frontier Force) 1906 Officer’s silver pouch belt plate. A very fine and scarce example by JR Gaunt & Son Ltd., London bearing Birmingham hallmarks for 1906. Within a Crowned laurel wreath, a circlet inscribed “Vaughan’s Rifles” with “58” to the centre. The laurel wreath bears four honour scrolls “Peiwar Kotal” “Charasia” and “Afghanistan 1876-80” split between left and right and rests on a two part scroll inscribed “Frontier Force”; on the base of the wreath, a scroll inscribed “Kabul 1879”. Four screw posts to reverse. Complete with backing plate. VGC Became 1st Bn. (PWO Sikhs) 12th Frontier Force Regt. in 1922
59th (2nd Nottinghamshire) Regt Officer’s gilt closed back coatee button circa 1830-40. A good example made by Charles Jennens London with Prince of Wales' plumes backmark GC
59th Australian Infantry Bn (Hume Regiment) 1930's slouch hat badge. A good brass and enamelled example on one of two loops.
5th & 6th Bns. Gloucestershire Regiment OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example onlead soldered replacement slider. (KK 1720)
5th (Bombay) Mountain Battery, 20th Mountain Brigade Royal Artillery pagri badge worn in India circa 1927-39. Brass “5” over “BOMBAY” over “M.T.N” on associated vertically halved red and dark blue felt diamond wit flat inegral loops.
5th (Congleton) Cheshire Rifle Volunteers Victorian Cap Badge Retaining two loops to the reverse GC
5th (Cumberland) Bn. Border Regiment post 1908 OR’s cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped white metal example on slider. (KK 1726) HQ Workington
5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales’s) Dragoon Guards 1871 pattern helmet plate. A good scarce OR’s example. Mounted on a white metal star, a brass Garter; central white metal “5” on a black painted ground. Four screw posts to reverse. 3 o'clock star tip repaired during its working life.
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
5th (Royal Irish) Lancers / 8th King’s Royal Irish Hussars Victorian NCO’s arm badge. A fine unmarked silver example. Crowned Maid of Erin Harp of hollow construction with flat backplate. Brooch pin to reverse. VGC
5th (Royal Irish) Lancers pair of Other Ranks Collar Badges circa 1902-22. Die-stamped examples on loops. Brass crowned white metal Maid of Erin Harps. Service wear
5th Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) scarce post 1908 cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example. GC Complete with loops (KK 1719)
5th Bn 12th Frontier Force Rifles India General Service Medal, pair. Awarded to “11503 Sep Atta Khan 5-12 F.F.R.”. Comprising: India General Service Medal bearing the clasps: “Mohmand 1933”, “North West Frontier 1935”, India General Service Medal, bearing the clasp “North West Frontier 1936-37” . Medals loose GC.
5th Bn Royal Sussex / Cinque Ports Officers Field Service Side Cap. Dark blue melton cloth with scarlet piping to the welt of the crown. Complete to the front with Regimental pattern buttons. The interior with scarlet cotton lining and tailors label of Flights Limited. Also with ink name T.Cooke Cap Badge absent GC. Has been worn
5th Devonshire Regiment Foreign Service Helmet Pagri Cloth Badge A good rare example, red embroidered onto a green backing. Paper and glue marks to the reverse. HQ at Plymouth. WW1 service in India, Egypt and France.
5th Dragoon Guards NCO’s arm badge. Good die-stamped white metal Horse of Hanover on loops (a little bent).
5th Dragoon Guards NCO’s white metal arm badge. A good die-stamped white metal Horse of Hanover in loops.
5th Dragoon Guards OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1902-22. A good die-stamped example on slider. (KK 744)
5th Dragoon Guards post 1953 Officer’s silvered cap badge. Retaining loops to the reverse. GC
5th Indian Division WW2 formation sign A good example. Red sun embroidered on black rectangle. Four small hooks to reverse.
5th Indian Division WW2 formation sign. Red felt sun on black felt. Removed from uniform.
5th Indian Division WW2 pair of formation signs. Each a red sun printed on black cloth rectangle. 4 small hooks to reverse of each. Some service wear. Embarked for Sudan in April 1940. Saw fierce fighting throughout most of North African campaign and then in Burma. It was the first ashore at Singapore and reoccupied the city on 5th September 1945.
5th Infantry Division pair of WW2 formation signs. White \"Y\" embroidered on black felt disc. Removed from uniform, each with a moth hole.
5th Inniskilling Dragoon Guards Officer badge A good example with silver Lion Passant stamp on one of the loops.
5th Inniskilling Dragoon Guards sport vest badge Green embroidered on white linen. Has been worn
5th Kresy Polish Infantry Brigade WW2 formation sign. Brown bison embroidered on a cream brown edged shield. VGC Originally raised in Russia at Tatishchevo and Jala Abad in August 1941. Trained with Paiforce and in Palestine; Landed in Italy February 1944 as part of 8th Army.
5th Kresy Polish Infantry Brigade WW2 formation sign. Brown bison embroidered on a cream brown edged shield. Originally raised in Russia at Tatishchevo and Jala Abad in August 1941. Trained with Paiforce and in Palestine; Landed in Italy February 1944 as part of 8th Army.
5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards Officer’s silver cap badge. A very fine die-cast unmarked example on stout loops. Crowned VDG cypher. (as KK 745).
5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards WW2 cap badge. Fine die-cast white metal crowned VDG cypher on slider
5th Royal Irish Lancers OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1922. A good die-stamped example on slider. (KK 757)
5th Royal Irish Lancers OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1922. A good die-stamped example. Loops absent. ( KK 757)
5th Royal Irish Lancers OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-22. A fine scarce die-stamped on slider. (KK 757)
5th Royal Irish Lancers OR’s cap badge. A god die-stamped bi-metal example on a later JR Gaunt replacement slider
5th Royal Irish Lancers pre 1922 OR’s bi-metal cap badge. Die-stamped. Loops replaced with brooch pin. Good condition
5th VB Black Watch Victorian glengarry badge circa 1887-1901. A fine die-stamped lightly silvered example probably worn by Sergeant. Crowned strap inscribed “5th Vol. Battn. Black Watch”. Thistle to centre. Two loops to reverse. Excellent condition Many of it’s members served in the Boer War, resulting in the Battalion being awarded the honour “South Africa 1900-02” in 1905.
5th VB Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1887-97 OR’s helmet plate. A fine and scarce short-lived die-stamped white metal example. Within a thistle wreath surmounted by a Guelphic Crown, a mullet with strung bugle below. On the left of the wreath, a Sphinx resting on a torse; on the right side of the wreath, the Dragon of China resting on a torse. On the base of the wreath, a two tier scroll inscribed “5th. Volr. Battn.”, “The Scottish Rifles”. Three loops to reverse. Very good condition On 1st April 1897 the Battalion was disbanded as a result of the severe criticism by the Officer commanding 26th Regimental District on its discipline.
5th VB Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) OR’s helmet plate circa 1887-97. A fine and scarce die-stamped white metal example. Within a thistle wreath surmounted by a Guelphic Crown, a mullet with strung bugle below. On the left of the wreath, a Sphinx resting on a torse; on the right side of the wreath, the Dragon of China resting on a torse. On the base of the wreath, a two tier scroll inscribed “5th. Volr. Battn.”, “The Scottish Rifles”. Three loops to reverse. Very good condition. On 1st April 1897 the Battalion was disbanded as a result of the severe criticism by the Officer commanding 26th Regimental District on its discipline.
5th VB Devonshire Regiment Edwardian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1902-08. A very fine and scarce silver plated example of universal crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter, the centre with Exeter Castle and “Semper fidelis” scroll on a black velvet ground. To the base of the wreath, an applied silver tri-part scroll “The Devonshire Regiment” with supplementary scroll below “5th Volunteer Battalion”. Three loops to reverse. VGC 4th Admin Bn. Devonshire RV consolidated as 9th Corps in 1880; changed to 5th shortly afterwards; became 5th (Haytor) VB in November 1885. HQ at Haytor.
5th VB Highland Light Infantry Victorian glengarry badge. A good scarce white metal example. (lacessit) retaining both loop fittings. GC 10th Lanarkshire RVC redesignated 5th (Glasgow Highland) VB in 1887
5th VB Highland Light Infantry Volunteer Long Service Medal. Awarded to \"6277 Pte H.A. Breakie 5 / VB HLI\". Impressed naming GC. 10th Lanarkshire RVC redesignated 5th (Glasgow Highland) VB in 1887 with HQ at Glasgow.
5th West Middlesex Volunteer Rifle Corps (Harrow Rifles) post 1880 pouch badge. A good scarce die-stamped example on loops with mounted centre, retaining red cloth backing.
5th, 6th, 7th & 8th Bns. Lancashire Fusiliers OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example on loops. As regular battalion but with blank scroll. Minor service wear. (KK 1716)
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)
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)
60th Foot (KRRC) Officer’s helmet plate circa 1878-81. A fine and scarce blackened example with burnished highlights. Maltese cross surmounted by a Crown resting on a scroll inscribed “Peninsula”. Mounted on the cross, a circlet inscribed “The King’s Royal Rifle Corps”, to the centre a voided strung bugle, “60” between the strings. The arms of the cross bearing honours to “Pekin”. Lions between the arms. Beneath the bottom arm, a scroll inscribed “Celer et Audax”. Three loops to reverse. Generally very good condition. (KK 196A)
60th King’s Royal Rifle Corps OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on loops.
61st (South Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot Victorian Officer's tunic button circa 1856-81 by Firmin & Sons, London. A good example but lacking gilt.
61st Infantry Division pair of WW2 combinations removed from a uniform. A good matching par/ Khaki rectangle sewn with printed red on blue diamond 61st formation signs over red and green felt bars.
62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot Crimea War Period pre 1855 OR’s shoulder belt plate. A good scarce example comprising a rectangular brass plate die-stamped with a star bearing crowned strap inscribed “or Wiltshire” with “62” to the centre; a scroll inscribed “Peninsula” across the lower part of the star. Reverse complete with original fixings comprising two hooks and two studs. VGC The 62nd saw a great deal of action in the Crimea notably on 5th April 1855 attack on the Quarries and the final assault on the Redan on 8th September 1855.
64th (2nd Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-1881. A good die-stamped brass example. Crowned strap inscribed “2nd Staffordshire”, with the Stafford Knot over “64” to voided centre. Brass loops North and South. A little service wear. . (KK 526). Following Cardwell’s reforms of the Army, 64th became 1st Bn North Staffordshire Regiment on 1st July 1881.
64th Field Battery (Guelph, Ontarion) Royal Canadian Field Artillery WW1 CEF cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped pickled brass example on three blades.
65th (LONDON) RA scarce WW2 65th Field Regt. RA shoulder title. Red embroidered on navy. Removed from a uniform. Minor service wear. GC
67 / PUNJABIS pair of cast brass shoulder titles. A good pair retaining loops. GC.
67th Foot (South Hampshire) Georgian Officer’s silvered coatee button. A scarce silvered open back example comprising “67” surmounted by a Crown all within a French scroll. Shank absent, some stains.
67th Foot (South Hampshire) scarce Officer’s waist belt clasp circa 1855-81. A good silver and gilt example with matching numbers to both halves. Circlet inscribed “South Hampshire Regiment”; the seeded gilt centre mounted with silver Crown over “67”. Universal pattern rococo ends. Slight wear to gilt and polishing to Crown highpoints. GC (Ryan 102)
67th Searchlight Regiment Royal Artillery formation sign. A scarce example comprising a white owl embroidered onto a red and blue diamond. Removed from uniform, edges worn and tatty otherwise alright.
67th Searchlight Regiment Royal Artillery formation sign. A scarce example comprising a white owl embroidered onto a red and blue diamond. Removed from uniform, edges worn and tatty otherwise alright.
68th (Durham Light Infantry) Regiment rare forage cap badge circa 1874-81. A good die-cast brass example on three loops. Strung bugle horn with “68” lodged between the bugle cords.
68th Durham Light Infantry Georgian Officer’s coatee button. A scarce silvered open back example. Made by Jones & Son, Dublin GC
6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons 1871 pattern OR’s helmet plate. A good scarce die-stamped brass example of star pattern mounted with white metal Garter; brass “6” to central black leather ground. Four screw posts to reverse. Leather replaced otherwise GC. The regiment wore silvered metal helmets with white plumes.
6th (Peterborough) Northamptonshire Rifle Volunteers Victorian Sergeant’s pouch belt plate circa 1860. A good rare die-stamped bronzed example. Within a strap inscribed “6th Northamptonshire Rifle Volunteers” encircling a shield charged with crossed keys, a cross-crosslet between each of the angles. Two screw posts to reverse. GC Formed at Peterborough 3rd March 1860.
6th AGRA (Army Group, Royal Artillery) WW2 bullion formation sign. A good example. Silver wire embroidered 6th sign of the Zodiac on black. Removed from uniform. Minor service wear, silver toned. Good condition. Commanded by Brigadier Holbrook CBE MC in Italy
6th Anti-Aircraft WW2 Division embroidered formation sign. Red arrow piercing white target on black felt square. Unussed condition. Division covered Thames Estuary, Essex and North Kent
6th Australian Infantry Bn (Royal Melbourne Regiment) slouch hat badge circa 1930-42 A pristine die-stamped brass example on loops.
6th Bn East Surrey Regiment mufti badge. Fixing: Buttonhole Condition: GC
6th Bn East Surrey Regiment post 1908 field service cap badge. A scarce die-cast white metal (originally blackened( example on original stout brooch pin. HQ Kingston on Thames
6th Bn London Regiment & Essex Regiment WW1 Pair of Medals British War Medal and Victory Medal awarded to 5541 Pte R.B. Jackson 6-Lond R" GC. Private Richard B Jackson is confirmed as serving with the 6th Bn London Regiment and later transferred to the Essex Regiment. He is only entitled to the pair and was awarded the Silver War Badge.
6th Bn Welsh Regiment Commanding Officer's cap circa 1908-11. A fine rare example by Samuel Brothers of Ludgate Hill, London of dark blue melton cloth with scarlet piping to the welt of the crown. Oakleaf lace band bearing silver and gilt rare badge of Prince of Wales' plumes on "The Welsh" scroll with supplementary scroll beneath "South Africa 1900-02". Gilt Prince of Wales' plumes button support the slender black patent chinstrap; peak with row of bullion. Cream leather sweattband, the lining gold embossed with Royal Arms and tailor's details as well as ink "Lieut. Col. Rees". Bullion bright, one or two near invisible tiny moth holes; overall fine condition. Accompanied by Chapman of Swansea a half length Carte de Visite of the moustachioed Colonel in 1902 service dress as well as his column length obituary from a newspaper.
6th Bn Welsh Regiment Officer's Mess Rules. This small leather booklet dates from 1908 when the Battalion was raised as one of the then new Territorial Battalions. GC Overall size 4 x 5 inches. Provenance Colonel William Rees V.D. See other items attributed to this Officer.
6th Bn. East Surrey Regiment Officer’s cap badge A good 1908-20 Maltese cross cast example. Blackened with burnished highlights. (as KK 1723) Retaining two loops GC HQ Kingston on Thames
6th Bn. East Surrey Regiment post 1908 Officer’s pouch belt plate. A fine scarce die-stamped silvered example on four screw posts. Crowned Maltese cross bearing circlet “The East Surrey Regt. 6th Battalion”, to the centre, an eight pointed star bearing the Arms of Guildford. The top arm of the cross inscribed “South Africa 1900-02”. HQ Kingston on Thames
6th Bn. East Surrey Regiment scarce post 1908 OR’s field service cap badge. A good die-cast blackened example on loops. HQ Kingston on Thames
6th Bn. Hampshire Regiment post 1908 OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. (KK 1730)
6th Bn. King’s Liverpool Regiment (Liverpool Rifles) post 1908 OR\'s cap badge. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on loops. Bugle strung from rose mounted on red felt oval backing. Slight service wear. (KK 1702)
6th Bn. King’s Liverpool Regiment (Liverpool Rifles) post 1908 OR’s cap badge A good WW1 die-stamped blackened brass example on slider. Slight verdigris on slider joint.. (KK 1702) Rifle Bn. with HQ at Prince’s Park Barracks, Liverpool. Landed in France 25th February, 1915.
6th Bn. King’s Liverpool Regiment (Liverpool Rifles) post 1908 OR’s cap badge A good die-stamped blackened brass example retaining original red felt backing cloth (some moth).
6th Bn. Royal West Kent WW2 printed formation sign White Horse of Kent on blue. Removed from uniform. Edges tatty in places
6th Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby) 1933 Daily Telegraph Cup winners matchbox cover. Scarce silver plated example, the front mounted with regimental device and engraved "6th Bn"; reverse inscribed "Daily Telegraph Winners Cup 1933"; the spine "Colonel E.M. Brooke Taylor CBE MC TD DL CO 1931-35. Hon.Col. 26th Nov. 1950"
6th Burma Bn University Training Corps rare helmet badge circa 1937-42.. A scarce die-stamped brass example on loops. Title circlet; peacock to centre surmounted by an open book. Reverse with tablet Made in England.
6th City of London Rifles post 1908 OR’s cap badge. A fine die-stamped blackened brass example on slider. (KK 1824) 15.12.1935 converted as 31st (City of London Rifles) Anti-Aircraft Bn. Royal Engineers and adopted RE badges.
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) 1887 Regimental Pattern Hilt. A rare example, the nickel plated guard decorated with a King’s Crown regimental device. Complete with shagreen grip and twist wire binding. The guard with an area of rusting and plating peeling.
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) George III Officer’s silvered coatee button circa 1797-1811. A fine scarce large flat back example by H.Gilpin & Co Dublin
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) Officer’s 1871 pattern helmet. An exceptionally fine example worn by Lieutenant Colonel Hereward Sadler. Gilt metal skull decorated with laurel leaves; to the front a silvered Garter star bearing gilt strap “The Carabiniers” which encircles silvered Royal Crest. Fluted gilt spike supports a white regimental pattern horsehair plume with gilt metal rose boss. Brass rose head boss to either side support the brass leather-backed chin chain. The interior with a cotton lining. VGC. Both the helmet and plume are housed in separate metal storage tins. The helmet tin bears a brass plate engraved “Capt Hereward Sadler 6th Dragoon Guards” Lieutenant Colonel Hereward Sadler had served in the ranks of the Imperial Yeomanry during the Boer War before he was granted a commission into the 6th DG. He was promoted to Captain in 1910 and at the outbreak of the war embarked for France gaining the 1914 Star. He was appointed Lt Col in 1919.
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1902-22. A superb die-stamped example. Slider to reverse. Pristine. (KK 747)
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) OR’s cap badge circa 1902-22. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. (KK 747)
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) OR’s cap badge circa 1902-22. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) OR’s cap badge circa 1902-22. Die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. (KK 747)
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) OR’s cap badge circa 1902-22. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. (KK 747)
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) Victorian Cap Badge circa 1896-1901.. Die-stamped bi-metal example on loops. Slight verdigris around oval centre. One rifle tip absent hence price
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) Victorian OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped bi-metal on loops which have toned black. (KK 746)
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) Victorian OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine scarce die-stamped bi-metal example on loops.. (KK 746)
6th Guards Tank Brigade WW2 scarce painted formation sign. Shield charged with upright sword with diagonal bar of Guards colours. Good condition.
6th Inniskilling Dragoons OR's cap badge circa 1896-1922. Die-stamped bi-metal on slider. Base of castle with cracks due to maker's harsh stamping hence price.
6th King's African Rifles brass head-dress badge. A good example on slider
6th Lwow Polish Infantry Brigade WW2 formation sign. A fine scarce example. White lion holding gear wheel with Armoured Corps device to centre, embroidered on a diagonally halved red over blue shield with white border.
6th VB King’s Liverpool Regiment Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1888-96. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example on three loops. Crowned circlet “Liverpool 6th Volr. Battn.”; White Horse of Hanover to voided centre. HQ at 59/61 Everton Road, Liverpool. Transferred to Territorial Force as 8th Battalion 1st April, 1908.
6th VB Royal Scots OR’s white metal glengarry badge A good example Circa 1888-1908. Retaining both loops GC HQ at Peebles
6x Royal Observer Corps Cloth Badges
7 / KING’s brass shoulder title. A good example retaining two loops.
70th Foot (Surrey) Victorian Carte de Visite Photograph Circa 1880 A good clear example showing an Officer of the Regiment with pre 1881 forage cap with bullion numeral cap badge. Photographer details of Goodfellow London. An inscription to the back states Lieut E.G. Bayliss. Image clear Approx size 2 1/2 x 4 inches.
70th Infantry Division scarce WW2 formation sign. Good red cotton four pointed star let into KD square
71st (Broken Wheel) Field Battery Royal Artillery pagri badge. A scarce example circa 1921-28. Cast brass broken wheel device on half red, half dark blue cloth diamond. GC retaining both loops to the reverse.
71st (Sharpshooters) Co Imperial Yeomanry five clasp Queen’s South Africa Medal. Awarded to “32856 Q.M. Sjt W.F. Hoptoff 71st Coy Imp Yeo” Bearing the clasps “Cape Colony”, “Orange Free State”, “Transvaal”, “South Africa 1901”, “South Africa 1902”. GC Quarter Master William Frank Hoptoff clasp entitlement is confirmed.
72nd (Duke of Albany’s Own Highlanders) OR’s cross belt plate circa 1825-55. A good scarce rectangular die-stamped brass example (Parkyn 477); the central design shows the crown over “72” with surrounding thistle sprays, a floreated scroll above, “Duke of Albany’s” and below “Own Highlanders”. Two hooks (old replacements) and two studs to the reverse.
72nd Highlanders Crimean War 1855 hallmarked silver shoulder belt plate. An extremely fine and rare Officer’s example by J & Co. (Jennens) bearing Birmingham hallmarks for 1855. Gilt washed die-stamped silver rectangular plate, the centre bearing a Crowned thistle wreath enclosing the numerals “72”. Above the Crown, a tri-part scroll inscribed “Duke of Albany’s”; below the wreath the plate is inscribed “Own Highlanders”. Retaining most of the original gilt wash; the reverse with original fixings comprising a brace of hooks at the top and a brace of studs below and retains original leather backing. VGC (Parkyn 477) The 72nd joined the Army in the Crimea in May,1855 and served in the expedition to Kertch and the latter part of the Siege of Sebastopol including the assaults of 18th June and 8th September. The regiment returned to England in July, 1856. It became 1st Bn. Seaforth Highlanders on Friday 1st July, 1881 whilst under the command of Lt.Col. Charles Montizambert Stockwell (later CB and Hon. Major-General).
72nd Highlanders Officer's gilt button circa 1856-81. 72nd became 1st Bn. Seaforth Highlanders on Friday 1st July 1881. Maker: Jennens & Co. London Fixing: Shank Condition: Gilt worn otherwise GC
72nd Independent Infantry Brigade scarce WW2 formation sign. White six pointed star printed on red square. 72nd Independent Infantry Brigade HQ redesignated HQ 5th Parachute Brigade 1st June, 1944.
72nd Punjabis die-stamped white metal pagri badge circa 1903-22. Stout pagri pin to reverse. Very good condition
74th (Highlanders) Regiment of Foot Victorian Officer’s pre 1881 plaid brooch. A splendid scarce example by Meyer and Mortimer. Burnished quoit finely engraved with 13 battle honours entwined with a thistle wreath, the centre set with a facetted glass foiled citrine. Stout pin to reverse. Very good condition The 74th (Highlanders) Regiment of Foot became 2nd Bn. Highland Light Infantry on Friday 1st July, 1881.
74th Higlanders / 2nd Bn. Highland Light Infantry rare plaid brooch. Fine gilt quoit mounted with silver Elephant on "Assaye" scroll. Stout pin to reverse. (Quoit usually silvered)
76 Squadron RAF Bullion Squadron Badge. This probably pre WW2 and could have been used on a flying suit. Good quality bullion. Has been worn GC
76th (Highland) Field Regiment Royal Artillery WW2 formation sign. Scarce 1944-46 example comprising dark blue diamond embroidered with green “H”; red inverted triangle in the top half of the “H”, red “4” in the lower. Removed from uniform otherwise good condition.
76th (Highland) Field Regiment Royal Artillery WW2 formation sign. Scarce 1940-44 1st pattern example comprising dark blue diamond embroidered with green “H”; red “4” between the “feet” of the “H”Traces of black paper to reverse.
76th Foot Officer’s shoulder belt plate circa 1848-55. A very fine and attractive example comprising a seeded gilt rectangular plate with burnished edges. Mounted on the plate, a cut silver Maltese cross with rays between the arms; mounted on the cross, a gilt wreath, half of laurel, half of palm surmounted by a Crown resting on a scroll inscribed “Hindoostan” with further scroll below inscribed “Nive”. To the centre, a silver elephant over LXXVI. On the lower arm of the cross, a gilt scroll inscribed “Peninsula”. Reverse retains original fixings comprising two hooks and two studs. Some wear to gilt otherwise generally VGC Became 2nd Bn. Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment on Friday 1st July 1881
76th Foot pre 1881 Officer’s pagri badge. A very fine and scarce unmarked fie-cast example comprising a strap inscribed “Hindoostan” “Nive” “Peninsula”. To the centre, an elephant with howdah standing on a torse over LXXVI. Original fixing to reverse replaced by single bar for wear a a buckle, tail of strap absent. Became 2nd Bn. Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment on Friday 1st July 1881
76th Infantry Division WW2 cloth formation sign. Silk embroidered red sailing ship on black rectangle. VGC
76th Regiment rare Victorian Officer\'s helmet plate circa 1878-81. A really splendid rare short lived rich gilt example of crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter. To the black velvet centre, a silver Elephant with howdah atop \"76\". Three loops to reverse. Became 2nd Bn. Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment on Friday 1st July 1881.
77th (W. Middlesex) Regiment Officer’s quilted shako plate circa 1861-69. An extremely fine rich fire-gilt crowned star plate bearing Garter, the centre pierced with “77”;. Two horizontal loops to reverse which bears manufacturer’s strengthening plate between crown and star. VGC
77th Infantry Division WW2 printed formation sign. Excalibur emerging from the water printed on black rectangle. Removed from uniform. Good condition.
77th Infantry Division WW2 printed formation sign. Excalibur emerging from the water printed on black rectangle. Removed from uniform.
77th Infantry Division WW2 printed formation sign. Excalibur emerging from the water printed on black rectangle. Removed from uniform
7th (Ardwick) Bn. Manchester Regiment post 1908 OR’s cap badge. Die-stamped bronzed floreated fleur de lis on slider. (KK 1746) Formed in 1860 as 40th Lancashire RV renumbered 16th in 1881 becoming 4th VB in 1889 and 7th (Ardwick) Bn. TF in 1908
7th (City of London) Battalion, London Regiment post 1908 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider. Blow holes to reverse of ball. Some verdigris to reverse.
7th (City of London) Battalion, London Regiment post 1908 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider. Blow holes to reverse of ball. Some verdigris to reverse.
7th (Cyclist) Bn. Welsh Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1908-21. A fine scarce die-stamped blackened brass example on slider. (KK 1865) Formed 1908, HQ at Newport Road Cardiff; amalgamated with 6th Bn. in 1921.
7th (Falmouth) Bn. Cornwall Home Guard scarce WW2 formation sign. Black double headed eagle (Borough seal) printed on yellow inverted triangle. Minor glue spots to reverse.
7th (Para) RHA cloth Royal Horse Artillery airborne “formation” sign. A good scarce light blue on maroon small version of the airborne Pegasus approx 1 1/2 x1 1/2 inches. Removed from uniform.
7th Armoured Brigade WW2 cloth formation sign. A good example. White felt circle with embroidered red border and green jerboa to centre. GC
7th Armoured Division early WW2 formation sign. Pinky red Jerboa (“Desert Rat”) embroidered on khaki rectangle. Removed from a uniform of an unknown 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars Officer. Good condition
7th Battalion Royal Marines scarce WW2 formation sign. Khaki rectangle with applied red felt “VII”.
7th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry Memorial Plaque and Scroll. Issued to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of “Sidney Biddiscombe” Comprising: Memorial Plaque mounted into a polished oak circular frame and a Memorial Scroll named. The plaque has been polished, scroll discoloured GC. Private Sidney Biddiscombe a native of Bath died on the 5th March 1915, whilst serving with the 7th Bn of the Somerset Light Infantry, on home duties. He does not appear to have served overseas.
7th Bn Manchester Regiment post 1908 OR’s bronzed brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider. Formed in 1860 as 40th Lancashire RV renumbered 16th in 1881 becoming 4th VB in 1889 and 7th Bn. TF in 1908 with HQ at Burlington Street, Manchester
7th Bn. Hampshire Regiment post 1908 brass cap badge A good die-stamped brass example on loops. (KK 1731)...
7th Bn. Hampshire Regiment post 1908 brass cap badge A fine die-stamped example on loops incorporating New Forest dog gauge. (KK 1731)
7th Bn. London Regiment Officer's forage cap badge. Fine rich gilt post 1908 example. (KK 2406) Maker: JR Gaunt, London tablet to reverse. Fixing: Blades Condition: VGC
7th Dragoon Guard WW1 Group of Four Medals Awarded to “10331 Pte P.W. Oldridge 7-D Gds”. Comprising: 1914/15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal, Defence Medal. Mounted as originally worn. GC. Private Percey W. Oldridge landed in France on the 12th May 1915
7th Dragoon Guards General Service Medal clasp “Iraq” Awarded to “D-24574 Pte. S.J. Strike 7-D. Gds”. Some edge marks GC. Private Sydney J Strike was awarded the BWM & VM
7th Dragoon Guards OR’s brass cap badge circa 1906-22. Good die-stamped example on loops. Crest of Earl Ligonier on tri-part scroll inscribed with his motto “Quo fata vocant”. (KK 749)
7th Dragoon Guards OR’s brass cap badge circa 1906-22. A good die-stamped example on slider. (KK 749) In 1878 the Regiment, under Lt.Col. John Francis Burn-Murdoch, obtained permission to adopt the Arms, Crest and motto of General Sir John Ligonier, later elevated to an Earl.
7th Gurkha Rifles GSM / CSM Pair of Medals. Awarded to “21139836 Cpl Chandrabahadur Limbu 1/7 GR”. Comprising: General Service Medal (GVIR), clasp “Malaya”; Campaign Service Medal clasp, “Borneo”. Medals loose GC Correction to name on GSM.
7th Gurkhas Officer's silver plated hat badge Die-cast example on long loops
7th Hussars Post 1901 Other Ranks Collar Badges. Two die-stamped bi-metall examples on loops, appear worn as a pair.
7th Hussars post 1953 NCO’s chrome arm badge. Blades to reverse. Very good condition
7th Indian Division WW2 formation sign. Bullion embroidered arrow on black disc with outer bullion line Saw hard fighting in the Arakan, part of 14th Army in the advance into Burma. It crossed the Irrawaddy on 14th February 1945.
7th Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers OR’s shako badge circa 1863-73. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example. (KK 1525) This is the actual piece photographed as No. 1525 in “Head-dress Badges of the British Army”.
7th London OR’s bimetal cap badge. A good example retaining original slider VGC
7th Polish Infantry Division WW2 embroidered formation sign circa 1944-45. A fine scarce unissued example. Blue edged white felt shield bearing with red dragon.
7th QO Hussars Victorian OR’s collar badges. A good die-stamped bi-metal pair on loops.
7th Queens Hussars Officer's OSD Collar Badges. A good matching pair as worn on loops.
7th Queen’s Own Hussars Edwardian OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example on toned loops.
7th Queen’s Own Hussars EIIR OR’s cap badge circa 1953-58. A fine short-lived die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. Amalgamated with the 3rd The King's Own Hussars in 1958, to form The Queen's Own Hussars
7th Queen’s Own Hussars OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1902-52 Fine die-stamped example on slider (KK 760) 1958 amalgamated with 3rd The King\'s Own Hussars, to form the The Queen\'s Own Hussars
7th Queen’s Own Hussars Victorian OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1901. A die-stamped bi-metal on loops (one replaced). Some service wear.. (KK 759)
7th Queen’s Own Hussars Victorian OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped bi-metal on loops. (KK 759)
7th Rajput Regiment Officer’s field service cap badge. A fine die-cast unmarked silver or heavily plated example by Firmin, London. Two loops to reverse. Very good condition (34 mm high)
7th, 8th & 9th Bns. Middlesex Regiment post 1908 OR’s cap badge. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example with “South Africa 1900-02” in place of the Albuhera scroll. Slider. Very good condition.
8 Corps printed formation sign. 2nd pattern, white charging knight printed on red. Condition: Removed from uniform. GC
8 Corps WW2 pair of facing uncut 2nd pattern formation signs. A fine pair of charging white knights embroidered on red felt adopted in February 1943.
8 Corps WW2 printed formation sign 2nd pattern, white charging knight printed on red. Removed from uniform
8 Corps WW2 printed formation sign 2nd pattern, white charging knight printed on red. Removed from uniform
8.G.R. scarce WW2 era 8th Gurkha Rifles cloth shoulder title. Some service wear
80th (Staffordshire Vols.) Regiment of Foot Victorian OR’s PT glengarry badge circa 1874-1881. A good die-stamped brass example. Crowned strap inscribed “Staffordshire Volunteers”, with the Stafford Knot over “80” to voided centre. Brass loops North and South. (KK 549). Following Cardwell’s reforms of the Army, 80th became 2ndt Bn South Staffordshire Regiment on Friday, 1st July 1881.
80th Foot (Stafford Volunteers) pre 1855 OR’s pewter coatee button. A scarce example by Nutting, London retaining shank. Some service wear
81st (West African) Division WW2 formation sign. A good printed example; black spider on yellow rectangle. Retaining four zinc buttons to the reverse. Minor service wear. GC
82 / VAD / MIDDLESEX WW1 brass shoulder title. A good example retaining backing plate. GC.
82nd Foot (Prince of Wales’s Vols) Sergeant-Major’s shako plate circa 1855-61. A very fine and exceedingly scarce example. Gilt eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown. Raised from the star the Garter; within the Garter, gilt “82” on a black patent leather ground. Retains both original horizontal loops to reverse. VGC Worn by 1653 Sergeant-Major George Burgum, 82nd Foot who died in India, 1859.
849 Squadron RNAS Flying Suit Badge. A good used example. GC
85th (King’s Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot Officer\'s shako plate circa 1869-78. A very fine and scarce die-stamped gilt example on loops (one a replacement). Within a crowned laurel wreath the Garter, the seeded centre pierced with stencilled numerals “85”. 85th granted the title “King’s Light Infantry” in April 1821.
85th King’s Light Infantry Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1878-81. A fine scarce short lived composite example. Gilt crowned star mounted with laurel wreath and Garter.; silver strung bugle with “85” between the strings to black patent leather centre. Three loops to reverse. Reverse of star with two additional holes for overlay. The 85th was granted the title “King’s Light Infantry” in April 1821. Became 2nd Battalion KSLI on Friday 1st July 1881
87th AGRA (Army Group Royal Artillery) formation sign. Phoenix rising from the flames embroidered on blue square. Very good condition
87th AGRA (Army Group Royal Artillery) formation sign. A good example, Phoenix rising from the flames embroidered on blue rectangle
88th Foot (Connaught Rangers) South Africa (Zulu War) Medal, clasp “1877-8”. A fine and scarce example awarded to “11262 Pte. J. Carberry 88th Foot”
88th Foot (Connaught Rangers) glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good scarce brass OR’s example. Within a Crowned shamrock wreath, the numerals “88” surmounted by a Harp. Reverse retains both brass plated copper loops North and South. Orb and cross reaffixed with lead solder not evident from the front. Slight polishing to highpoints. (KK 559) The Harp and Crown was authorised for wear by 88th on 23rd December 1830
88th Foot (Connaught Rangers) Zulu War 1879 South Africa Medal. A good scarce example with “1879” clasp awarded to “711 Pte. J. Broderick 88th Foot” GC.
89th Punjabis Officer’s 1905 hallmarked silver pouch belt plate. A very fine and scarce example by F & S (Firmin & Sons) bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Crowned interlinked Sikh quoit and crescent superimposed on crossed Regimental and King’s colours. Below the quoit, a scroll inscribed “89th Punjabis”. Four screw posts to reverse Very good condition.
89th Punjabis Officer’s pagri badge circa 1903-22. A well cast unmarked silver example comprising a Crowned Sikh quoit and crescent superimposed on crossed Regimental and King’s colours. Below the quoit, a scroll inscribed “89th Punjabis”. Stout pagri pin to reverse. VGC. (as Cox 2510)
8th (Cyclist) Bn. Essex Regiment OR’s cap badge by Lambourne & Co. Birmingham. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. As regular battalions but with blank scroll. Touch of verdigris above scroll. (KK 1739) 1918 deployed to Ireland
8th (Irish) Bn. King’s Liverpool Regiment rare 1910 hallmarked silver Officer’s pouch belt plate. An exceptional example by V & S, (Vaughton & Sons) bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Within a crowned wreath of shamrocks, a Maid of Erin Harp with straight scroll above “South Africa 1900-02”. Across the base a scroll bearing the motto “Erin go Bragh”, with title scrolls below. Complete with backing plate, also hallmarked. Three of four screw posts to reverse. VGC
8th (King’s Royal Irish) Hussars OR\'s cap badge circa 1902-52.. A good die-stamped bi-medal example on slider. (KK 762) Amalgamated with 4th QO Hussars in 1958 to form The Queen’s Royal Irish Hussars
8th Anti-Aircraft Division WW2f formation sign Silk embroidered silhouette of hit German bomber plummeting downwards on light blue backing. Division defended South Wales and the West of England.
8th Armoured Brigade WW2 embroidered formation sign Brown fox's mask on brown edged yellow disc. Formed 1.8.1941 in Palestine. Served in North Africa (including El Alamein & Tunis). Landed on D Day and fought in NW Europe until the end of the war.
8th Armoured Brigade WW2 embroidered formation sign Brown fox's mask on brown edged yellow disc. Formed 1.8.1941 in Palestine. Served in North Africa (inc El Alamein & Tunis). Landed on D Day; fought in NW Europe until war’s end.
8th Armoured Brigade WW2 embroidered formation sign. Brown fox\'s mask on brown edged yellow disc. Removed from 8th King\'s Royal Irish Hussars battledress, Good condition. Formed 1.8.1941 in Palestine. Served in Egypt, Libya, North Africa (including battles of El Alamein and Tunis. Landed in Normandy on D Day and fought through North West Europe for the remainder of the war.
8th Army formation sign on shoulder strap, possible worn by Polish soldier, Good scarce khaki strap with formation sign, central cross in gold wire. One or two moth nips.
8th Bn Rifle Brigade Officer\'s 1918 Casualty Memorial Plaque. Issued to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of “Arthur Frank Newell” GC. Attributed to Captain Arthur Frank Newell 8th Bn Rifle Brigade who died on the 4th April 1918. The CWGC list the unique name as \"Frank\", the MIC card list as \"Francis\", casualty details on both rolls match
8th Bn. (Lizard) Cornwall Home Guard WW2 formation sign. A scarce example comprising a green lizard printed on a black rectangle. VGC HQ Helston and recruited in Lizard area (hence the adoption of this sign). Commanded by Lt.Col CW Long.
8th Bn. King’s Own R. Lancaster Regt. Great War Memorial Plaque. Issued to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of “Daniel Copps” for his country. GC Unique name. 24889 Private Daniel Copps killed in action. aged 35, on 26.04.1917. Commemorated on the Arras Memorial. Born and enlisted at Blackburn. Husband of Ada (nee Howson) of 26 Emily Street, Blackburn, Lancs.
8th Bn. York & Lancaster Regiment cloth formation sign. White and red vertically divided rose printed on black square. Minor glue marks to reverse
8th Canadian Stationary Hospital CAMC WW1 CEF cap badge. A fine rare die-cast bronze example on loops. (Cox 913)
8th Co. 2nd Somerset Rifle Volunteers Other Rank’s shako. A rare example of grey felt with dark blue piping to the welt of the crown. Plain black patent leather peak and chinstrap. To the front a white metal badge of a Crowned wreath encircling a title strap “2nd Battn Somerset Rifle Volunteers” with 8 to the centre. Complete with original wool ball tuft, the interior with leather sweatband and large printed tailor’s details of Hawkes & Co. London. VGC 8th Corps Somerset RV formed at Wellington 28.2.1860; in August became part of 2nd Admin. Battalion whose HQ was at Taunton. After 1880 it became C Company, 2nd Somerset RVC; in October 1882 the 2nd Somerset RVC became 2nd VB Somerset Light Infantry.
8th Gurkha Rifles Officer\'s red cord boss. A good example mounted with cast chromed crossed kukris with 8 above. Long screw post to reverse
8th Gurkha Rifles scarce WW2 Officer’s red cord boss mounted with badge Some service wear, generally ood condition 44th Gurkha Rifles became 8th Gurkha Rifles in 1901. Service in India, Mesopotamia and Egypt in the Great War, India, Burma and Dutch East Indies during WW2.
8th Gurkha Rifles WW2 Officer’s scarce pagri badge Blackened crossed kukris surmounted by the figure “8” set on KD backed red cloth square. Four rusted hooks to reverse. Some service wear. 44th Gurkha Rifles became 8th Gurkha Rifles in 1901. Service in India, Mesopotamia and Egypt in the Great War, India, Burma and Dutch East Indies during WW2.
8th King\'s Royal Irish Hussars Victorian OR\'s bi-metal cap badge. A very good example retaining loops to the reverse. VGC.
8th Rajputs pagri badge circa 1903-22. A well cast brass example, stout pagri pin to reverse. VGC See (Cox 2391)
8th Royal Rifle Canadian Militia collar badge. Blackened white metal. Fixing: Loops Condition: GC
9 / MH scarce Canadian 9th Mississauga Horse brass shoulder title by JR Gaunt, Montreal A good example on loops
9 COMMANDO scarce WW2cloth shoulder title Red serif letters embroidered on black. Service wear Scottish Commando which fought mainly in Italy, Albania, Yugoslavia and Greece.
90th AGRA (Army Group Royal Artillery) formation sign. Maroon crosslet within maroon border printed on white square; blue crosses within the angles. Some glue marks. HQ at Newbury, Berkshire
90th Foot Zulu War South Africa Medal, clasp “1877-8” A good example awarded to '1601 Sergt A Darling 90th Foot.' The 90th (later Cameronians, Scottish Rifles) received 66 1877-8 clasps.
90th Punjabis 1903-22 pagri badge. A good well cast large white metal example comprising a Crowned quoit encircling a Chinthern (Burmese Dragon); the quoit resting on the numeral “90” in turn supported by a scroll inscribed “Punjabis”. Retains replacement stout pagri pin to reverse. GC (Cox 2513)
90th Punjabis large silver badge brooch. A good example, 1906 Birmingham hallmarked silver Officer’s cap badge mounted onto unmarked gold bar. Pin fitting to the reverse. GC.
92nd Army Group Royal Artillery embroidered formation sign. White falcon on gloved hand embroidered on red over blue rectangle. Removed from uniform. Service wear and small cut between the wings where original owner had put the slider his cap badge. HQ Coventry
92nd Army Group Royal Artillery embroidered formation sign. White hawk on gloved hand embroidered on red over blue rectangle. Removed from uniform.
94th Foot (Connaught Rangers) Victorian LSGC Medal. Awarded to “488 Sergt R. Sproson 94th Foot” Impressed naming, complete with original ribbon and silver pin bar. GC small edge knock
94th Foot Officer’s small gilt tunic button circa 1855-81. A good 16 mm example by Firmin, London. Became 2nd Battalion Connaught Rangers on 1st July 1881
95th (Derbyshire) Regiment of Foot William IV / Victorian Officer’s shoulder belt plate circa 1830-40. A rare example, the rectangular back plate would appear to be of unmarked silver, the front gilded and mounted with crowned Garter. Central copper disc mounted with numerals “95”. This example would appear to be a simple period conversion from that of 1823-30 when the back plate was silver. Brace of hooks and studs to reverse. The gilt rubbed overall, the milled numerals worn.
96th Regiment of Foot, OR's glengarry badge circa 1874-1881. A die-stamped brass example on brass loops top and bottom (Lower one now absent). Crowned Garter with “96” over Sphinx on “Egypt” tablet to voided centre. Heavy age patina. (KK 571) 96th Foot became 2nd Battalion The Manchester Regiment on Friday 1st July, 1881.
97th (Earl of Ulster’s) Regiment of Foot Victorian Officer’s shako plate circa 1869-78. A very fine and scarce die-stamped rich gilt example. Within a crowned laurel wreath the Garter, the seeded gilt centre pierced with the numerals, “97”. Two loops to reverse. VGC More usual pattern bears a scroll across the base of the wreath “Que Fas et Gloria Ducunt”.
97th (Earl of Ulster’s) Regiment, Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-1881 A good die-stamped brass example. Within a crowned strap, “Earl of Ulster’s”, “97”. (KK 573). Copper loops toned black with age North and South. A little wear to highpoints Became 2nd Bn. Royal West Kent Regiment in 1881
97th (Earl of Ulster’s) Regiment, Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped brass example. Crowned strap, “Earl of Ulster’s”; “97” to voided centre. Brass loops North and South. (KK 573). Became 2nd Bn. Royal West Kents on Friday 1st July, 1881.
97th (Earl of Ulster’s) Regiment, Victorian OR’s glengarry badge, circa 1874-81. A fine die-stamped brass example. Crowned strap “Earl of Ulster’s”; “97” to voided centre. Reverse with brass loops (slightly pinched) North and South. Minor polishing to highpoint of crown. (KK 573) Became 2nd Bn. Royal West Kents on Friday 1st July, 1881.
98th (Howitzer) Field Battery Royal Artillery pagri flash. Brass “98” over “F” on half red, half dark blue cloth diamond. Damage to backing cloth at 6 o’clock position, otherwise GC.
9th (Cyclist) Bn. Hampshire Regiment Ww1 OR’s cap badge circa 1911-20.. A good scarce die-stamped brass example on slider. (KK 1869) Raised 1911, disbanded 1920.
9th (East Norfolk) Regiment of Foot Officer\'s tunic button circa 1855-81. Large gilt example by C. Pitt & Co. 50 St. Martin\'s Lane, London retaining shank. Gilt worn
9th (Queen’s Royal) Lancers bronze OSD cap badge circa 1902-52. A very good die-cast example on three blades. (KK 764)
9th (Queen’s Royal) Lancers Officer’s lance cap plate circa 1858-1880. A very fine and rare example. Copper gilt fluted rayed back plate with ornate gilt and silver mounts comprising the Crowned double shield and Royal Supporters of the late Queen Adelaide, her cypher “AR” reversed and interlaced; the title “Royal Lancers” and eight battle honour scrolls from “Peninsula” to “Delhi” and “Lucknow”. Very tip of top ray AF. Provenance. Ex Hugh King Collection. This is the actual piece photographed as No. 719 in “Head-dress Badges of the British Army”.
9th (Queen’s Royal) Lancers OR\'s cap badge circa 1902-52. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider. (KK 764)
9th (Scottish) Division pair WW1 formation signs. A rare WW1 pair, white metal thistles on dark blue cloth discs.Retaining loops. Near VGC.
9th (Scottish) Division WW1 formation Badge. Small white metal thistle on loops Originally worn on a blue felt disc.
9th (Scottish) Division WW1 formation sign. Scarce white metal thistle on dark blue/black cloth disc stiffened with buckrum. Two loops to reverse. GC
9th (Scottish) Division WW1 formation sign. Scarce white metal thistle, with two loops to reverse. GC
9th (Scottish) Division WW1 formation sign. White metal thistle on dark blue felt disc.
9th Anti Aircraft Division Embroidered WW2 Formation Sign. Khaki rectangle embroidered with outline of black cat bearing red aeroplane and numeral "9". Covered Cardiff and South Wales Ports
9th Armoured Division WW2 pair of formation signs White felt panda heads with black embroidered ears, eyes and nose. Unworn pair. Formed 1st December, 1940 and disbanded on 31st July, 1944.
9th Battalion Tank Corps / RTR scarce sleeve badge. A good die-cast brass example retaining one of two loops to reverse. The badge is the divisional sign of the 3rd French Infantry Division who awarded it to the 9th Bn. Tank Corps who, commanded by Lt.Col. H.K.Woods DSO, bravely supported them at the Battle of Moreuil 23rd July 1918 resulting in a great victory. The 9th Battalion was also awarded the Croix de Guerre by General Debonet, GOC French First Army
9th Bengal Native Infantry pre 1882 head-dress badge (later 9th Gurkha Rifles) A fine die-stamped white metal example on three loops. Oval strap “Bengal Native Infantry” with “9” to centre all resting on tri-part scroll inscribed “Bhurtpore” “Afganistan 78-80” “Sobraon”. The title “Native” was dropped from the title in 1882. Became 9th Gurkha Rifles in 1901
9th Bengal Native Infantry Victorian pre 1882 head-dress badge (later 9th Gurkha Rifles) A fine die-stamped white metal example on three loops. Oval strap “Bengal Native Infantry” with “9” to centre all resting on tri-part scroll inscribed “Bhurtpore” “Afganistan 78-80” “Sobraon”. The title “Native” was dropped from the title in 1882. Became 9th Gurkha Rifles in 1901
9th Flanders Rifle Battalion Polish Army WW2 breast badge. A good rare silvered, gilt and enamel screwback example numbered 967 on reverse. Minor service wear. Formed in 1943 as Reconnaissance unit. Fought in France, Belgium, Holland and Germany, the battalion was awarded the Silver Cross of the Order of Virtuti Militari.
9th Lancers Boer War four clasp Queen’s South Africa Pair of Medals. Awarded to “2937 Corpl M.J. Garner 9th Lancers”. Comprising: Queen’s South Africa Medal Four Clasps “Relief of Kimberley”, “Johannesburg”, “Diamond Hill”, “Wittebergen” “Pte 9 Lancers” (Engraved naming with ghost dates to reverse), King’s South Africa Medal, two clasps “South Africa 1901”, “South Africa 1902” “Corpl 9 Lancers”. GC ... Accompanied by a Special Constabulary Medal (GVIR) “James Garner”. GC. Mounted for display as a group of three.
9th Lancers brass button. Maker: Firmin, London Fixing: Shank Condition: GC
9th Lancers cap badge. Die-stamped white metal on slider. Service wear hence price
9th Lancers Officers OSD Cap Badge. A fine die-cast bronze example retaining three of four blades. Very good condition
9th Queen’s Lancers OR’s white metal cap badge circa 1902-52. A good die-stamped example on slider.
9th Queen’s Lancers pair of OSD bronze collar badges circa 1902-52. A good die-cast matching pair on loops 65 in P & P
9th Queen’s Lancers scarce Victorian OR’s cap badge. A very fine die-stamped white metal example circa 1896-1901 in pristine condition. Four loops to reverse.
9th Queen’s Lancers scarce WW1 brass economy cap badge circa 1916-18. A fine die-stamped example on slider 9th landed in France in August 1914 and remained throughout the Great War.
9th Queen’s Lancers Victorian OR’s white metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine scarce die-stamped example on four loops. (KK 763)
9th Queen’s Lancers Victorian OR’s white metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine scarce die-stamped example on loops. (KK 763)
9th Queen’s Royal scarce white metal cap badge circa 1953-60. A fine die-stamped example on slider.
9th Queen’s Royal Lancers NCO’s white metal arm badge. A good scarce die-cast crowned cypher of Queen Adelaide, reversed and interlaced on three loops. Granted the title “Queen’s” by King William and Queen Adelaide in 1830 whilst serving at Kensington.
WW1 / WW2 British Line Regiment Cap Badges. Following numerous requests for regular Line Regiment cap badges of WW1 & WW2 we are pleased to create this new section.
WW1 / WW2 British Line Regiment Cap Badges. Following numerous requests for regular Line Regiment cap badges of WW1 & WW2 we are pleased to create this new section.
WW1 / WW2 British Line Regiment Cap Badges. Following numerous requests for regular Line Regiment cap badges of WW1 & WW2 we are pleased to create this new section.
A.D. CORPS / FARELF scarce shoulder title and ephemera to Pte Hitchcock ADC A fine locally embroidered red on green felt title with battledress type backing. Removed from uniform but excellent ... together with "Sandycroft" British OR's Holiday Home, Penang information card named to Pte. Hitchcock ... 2 x Union Jack Club Photographer Singapore photo covers ... remains of Kuala Lumpor Odeon ticket ... 3 x post war petrol coupons and booklet of similar together with his 1949-50 National Insurance card. Title worn by Private Hitchcock, Army Dental Corps
A / HAC brass shoulder title A good example on loops. (Westlake 1471)
A Good old Cotton British Union Jack Flag. A good example retaining original rope and toggle attachments. GC. Approx size 24 x 50 inches.
A rare pair of RAF Kings Crown Aiguillettes. A good pair of gold cord with blue line. Terminating with gilt metal tangs of regulation pattern, these mounted with silvered Kings Crown RAF Crests. GC.
A rare pair of RAF Sealed Pattern Aiguillettes. A fine pair of gold cord with blue line. Terminating with gilt metal tangs of regulation pattern. Retaining two working sealed pattern labels. One dated 18th January 1966. Bullion remains fresh. VGC.
A rare pair of WW1 Tank Corps attributed TC slip on shoulder titles. Fine examples worn during the Great War on the tunic of 112752 Gunner Harold Willcock, 10th Bn. Tank Corps.
A Superb British Army rare Victorian Bandsman’s brass arm badge. This example retains all five loops to the reverse Very Good Condition. See “British Army Proficiency Badges” by Edwards & Langley quote “no record of a brass version” !
A.D. CORPS / FARELF scarce shoulder title and ephemera to Pte Hitchcock ADC A fine locally embroidered red on green felt title with battledress type backing. Removed from uniform but excellent ... together with "Sandycroft" British OR's Holiday Home, Penang information card named to Pte. Hitchcock ... 2 x Union Jack Club Photographer Singapore photo covers ... remains of Kuala Lumpor Odeon ticket ... 3 x post war petrol coupons and booklet of similar together with his 1949-50 National Insurance card.
A.D. CORPS / FARELF scarce shoulder title. A fine locally embroidered red on green felt. with battledress type backing. Removed from uniform but excellent, Worn by Private Hitchcock, Army Dental Corps
A.D. CORPS pair of WW2 printed shoulder titles. A scarce pair of red on green titles. Removed from uniform but good condition. Worn by Private Hitchcock, Army Dental Corps
Aberdeenshire Constabulary Edwardian white metal policeheaddress badge. Converted from Victorian Crowned example to King's Crown during its working life. Loops GC
Aberystwyth (University of Wales) OTC brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example. Two loops to reverse. GC (KK 2494)
Aberystwyth (University of Wales) UTC brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example by J.R. Gaunt, London. Slider to reverse. VGC (KK 2495)
Adjutant General’s Corps Band EIIR helmet plate A fine die-stamped anodised example on three loops. Royal Armd resting on tri-part scroll "Adjutant General’s Corps"45 Adjutant General’s Corps formed 6th April 1992.
African Native Administration Police Cap Badge Fine die-cast chromed example on loops
African Pioneer Corps General Service Medal, clasp “Palestine 1945-48” Awarded to “EC. 13946 Pte. M. Modirwa APC”. GC
Air Defence Cadet Corps 1938-41 cap badge. A good chrome and blue enamel example on loops. The Air Defence Cadet Corps was absorbed into the Air Training Corps which was formed under Royal Warrant of 1st February 1941.
Air Defence Cadet Corps 1938-41 chrome & enamel cap badge. A good example by J.R. Gaunt London. Retaining lopp fitting. Surface flake to enamel otherwise GC Formed in 1938, The Air Defence Cadet Corps was absorbed into the Air Training Corps under Royal Warrant of 1st February 1941.
Air Defence Cadet Corps 1938-41 Officer’s cap badge by JR Guant, London A good and scarce chrome and blue enamel example on loops. The Air Defence Cadet Corps was absorbed into the Air Training Corps which was formed under Royal Warrant of 1st February 1941.
Air Defence Cadet Corps Cap Badge circa 1938-41. A good die-cast chrome and blue enamel example on loops. The Air Defence Cadet Corps was absorbed into the Air Training Corps which was formed under Royal Warrant of 1st February 1941.
Air Defence Cadet Corps Lapel Badge. A good chrome and enamel example. The Air Defence Cadet Corps was absorbed into the Air Training Corps which was formed under Royal Warrant of 1st February 1941.
Air Formation Signals formation sign. A fine example. Black felt triangle embroidered with white border and wings at the base. Unissued.
Air Ministry Constabulary scarce WW2 Officer’s bullion cap badge. A fine example. Set on a crowned circlet inscribed “Air Ministry Constabulary”, a winged circlet with “AMC” to centre. Navy backing cloth.
Air Observation Post, Royal Artillery WW2 Pilot’s wing. A fine rare variation. Light blue embroidered wings; centrally a gilt RA button as the ball of a grenade with bullion flames above.
Air Transport Auxiliary WW2 issue ATA Pilot’s wing. A very scarce example in golden yellow embroidery. Removed from uniform. Backing velvet severely mothed back to cloth in places. ATA formed on 11th September 1939, absorbed by Transport Command in 1943.
AIRBORNE WW2 printed straight title / strip. A fine light blue on maroon example removed from a uniform.
Airborne Forces formation sign. A good example of Bellerophon astride Pegasus embroidered in light blue on maroon square. Removed from uniform. The badge was designed by Edward Seago, the well known landscape artist.
Airborne Forces WW2 era formation sign. A good example of Bellerophon astride Pegasus embroidered in light blue on maroon square. Removed from uniform.
AIRBORNE WW2 straight title / strip. Light blue embroidered on maroon. Some moth.
Airfix Avro 504K 1970's unmade kit. Series One in plastic bag, unopened. Condition: GC
AIRO brass Army in India Reserve of Officers shoulder title. A good scarce British made example on loops
Allied Air Forces Central Europe Headquarters formation sign. Condition: VGC
Allied Control Commission Austria rare formation sign. Felt embroidered example with slight glue marks to reverse otherwise very good condition.
Allied Control Commission Austria rare formation sign. A very fine example of this rare sign. Blue felt rectangle embroidered with 8th Army formation sign with “ACA” scroll above.
Allied Forces Base Hospital rare WW1 bronze cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops. Design as RAMC cap badge but scroll “Allied Forces Base Hospital”.
Ambulance Column attached to London District scarce WW1 woman\'s cap badge. A good die-stamped light bronzed example on loops.
AMPC scarce WW2 Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps slip on tite A good black on khaki pair with tapes to reverse. Raised in October 1939; redesignated Pioneer Corps in 1940
An Important & Historical RAF Caterpillar Club Badge for the First Ejection at Mach 1 This historic gold caterpillar badge was awarded to Squadron Leader Tony Svensson, a R.A.F. test pilot who was on attachment to the Royal Australian Air Force. Comprising: gold badge with ruby class eyes. the reverse engraved \"S/Ldr. Svensson\", Retaining original pin with safety catch. Contained in original Mappin & Webb Ltd card box. VGC. .... Accompanied by two original newspaper cutting. Squadron Leader Svensson was testing Mirage III supersonic fighters on the 7th December 1964 (his 13th Test Flight). At 35,000 feet something went wrong and control was lost, and with the engine shut down the aircraft headed earthwards. The following was reported in The Sunday Express of 30 April 1967: “‘For the next 90 seconds I was very busy. I kept a running commentary going to the ground station saying what I had done, what was happening to me and what I was trying to do to get the plane out of its downward plunge. ... At 7,000 feet I decided it was time to get out and I pulled the blind which fires the ejector seat.” Three seconds later the Mirage, still accelerating, hit the ground. ... So late had Svensson left his ejection that he landed only 600 feet away. As Sir James Martin, the designer of the seat which saved Svensson’s life wrote to him: “Your ejection at 932 miles an hour was by far and away at the highest speed we have ever recorded.” A fragment of a tape crash-recorded which was dug up ... revealed that Svensson’s ejection was a world record. This is what happened after he pulled the blind: First to go was the cockpit canopy which let in a hideous 900-plus miles an hour stream of air which hit Svensson like a brick wall. ... Next his rocket-propelled seat lifted from the cockpit into the cruel supersonic air stream, cracked his webbing leg restraining straps and broke both his arms as they flailed, and one leg in two places. Squadron Leader Svensson was by now unconscious. But the British designed seat took over. It gently detached him from his seat and automatically deployed his parachute. But he was to be further injured ... for his one remaining sound leg was also broken in two places on landing. Then he had a piece of luck. Six doctors who had been lecturing ... at a school were passing in a minibus on a road only 100 yards away .. Rushed to hospital and remained in a Coma for 10 days, his legs had to be re-broken to set them correctly. Three years later and 2 inches shorter he was passed fit for flying duties.
An Important Zulu War Period 24th Foot (2nd Warwickshire) 1869-78 Officer’s shako plate A very fine and scarce example. Rich gilt Crowned laurel wreath; within the wreath, the Garter with pierced numeral “24” to central seeded gilt ground; applied to the base of the wreath, a gilt Sphinx resting on a tablet inscribed “Egypt”. Reverse retains one of two loops remain to reverse. VGC. This was the pattern of plate still in service with 24th (later South Wales Borderers) whilst in South Africa, at the disastrous engagement at Isandhlwana on the 22nd January 1879 and at Rorke’s Drift.
Anglo-French Ambulance Corps scarce brass cap badge. Fixing: Loops Condition: VGC
Anglo-French Ambulance Corps WW2 scarce brass badge. A fine die-cast example on loops. (as KK 2194)
Anson Battalion Royal Naval Division RND cap badge circa 1915-18. A good scarce die-stamped brass with J.R. Gaunt, London tablet to reverse. Brooched. Good condition. (KK 1166) RND wore ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION cap ribbons firstly on navy blue sailor’s hat, then on a khaki one and for a short time on khaki peaked cap until RND Battalion cap badges were issued in 1915.
ANSON WW1 RND (Royal Naval Division) brass shoulder title. A good scarce example on flat style loops.
ANSON WW1 RND (Royal Naval Division) brass shoulder title. A good scarce example on flat style loops.
ANSON WW1 Royal Naval Division brass RND shoulder title. A good scarce example on flat hexagonal loops.
ANTRIM brass RGA Irish militia artillery shoulder title. A good scarce example on flat hexagonal loops. Worn with separate RGA (not present)
ARGENTINA WW2 RAF Royal Air Force nationality title. A good scarce cloth embroidered example, small cut top right corner.
Argyle & Sutherland Highlanders India General Service Medal “North West Frontier 1936-37” This example was awarded to “2978473 Pte. J. Boyd A & S. H” One slight edge knock otherwise Near VGC
Argyll & Sutherland WW2 plastic economy glengarry badge. A good example sadly lacking blades
Argyll & Sutherland WW2 plastic economy glengarry badge. A good example sadly lacking blades
Argyll Police RNVR WW1 Inspectors Long Seervice Group of Medals. An interesting combination awarded to Inspector Alexander Maxwell of the Argyll Police Force. Comprising: British War Medal, Victory Medal (Officially re-impressed) \"CZ 10040 A Maxwell RNVR\", Defence Medal, Police Medal (GVIR) \"Inspr Alexander Maxwell\" Medals loose GC. The police medal with original box confirming the Police Force. The medals accompanied by a small quantity of buttons etc.
ARMOURED / MOTORS rare shoulder title. A well cast example on flat integral loops. Loops cut
Armoured Car Sleeve Badge
Army Air Corps 651 Squadron flying suit badge A good scarce embroidered example on white felt background. Slight moth to edges. Believed to have joined the Joint Special Forces Aviation Wing in 2006 and to operate Britten Norman Defender 4S AL Mk1 aircraft used for reconnaissance missions.
Army Air Corps EIIR Officer’s silver plated beret badge. A fine die-cast example on loops.
Army Air Corps Officers Tailored Pale Blue Beret This is an example of a post 1953 beret tailored by Herbert Johnson of London. Complete with bullion badge. Tailors label to the interior. Some service and age wear, now with staining.
Army Air Corps WW2 beret badge A good classic die-stamped white metal issue on loops
ARMY AIR CORPS WW2 cloth embroidered shoulder title. A fine scarce unworn example. Excellent condition
ARMY AIR CORPS WW2 embroidered cloth shoulder title Dark blue on light blue. Sight moth to extremities
Army Air Corps WW2 facing OSD collar badges Die-cast bronze on loops (not exact pair)
Army Air Corps WW2 OR's beret badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on loops. Minor verdigris to reverse.
Army Air Corps WW2 plastic beret badge. A fine example by A.Stanley & Sons, Walsall on blades. "109-110" to reverse. Very slight distortion but generally VGC (KK 2264)
Army Air Corps WW2 plastic economy beret badge by A.Stanley & Sons, Walsall A good example on blades. (KK 2264) Formed in 1942.
Army Air Corps WW2 plastic economy cap badge by A.Stanley & Sons, Walsall A fine example on blades
Army Cadet Force Chaplain’s rare WW2 plastic economy badge by A. Stanley & Sons, Walsall.. A fine example on original brooch pin with maker's to reverse.
Army Cadet Forces, Cadet Forces Medal. Awarded to “D. Davies ACF” GC
Army Catering Corps WW2 Period Cap Badge A good die-stamped brass example on loops. Formed in March 1941 as part of the Royal Army Service Corps
Army Cyclist Corps WW1 brass cap badge. A good die-stamped 16 spoke example on slider. Formed in 1914 and disbanded in 1919.
Army Cyclist Corps / 8th Armoured Car Company Royal Tank Corps Badges. A superb archive of badges worn by Private Archibald H Dall during the Great War and early post war years. Comprising: Three personal ID Dog Tags, one worn as a wrist band ACC ( Army Cyclist Corps). ... ACC Cap, Collar and Pair of Shoulder Titles. ... Pair Cyclist cloth slip on titles, these embroidered onto KD backing cloth... Rare pair of brass 8/ACC (8th Armoured Car Company) shoulder titles, 8th Armoured Car Company Pagri Badge. .... Pair of brass RTC (Royal Tank Corps) shoulder titles. .... Pair of saw on RTC cloth shoulder titles, these white embroidery onto khaki. .... Royal Tank Corps 1924 pattern brass cap badge. .... Bed Plate / Duty Plate 8th ACC Royal Tank Corps stamped with number and name. Overall condition is good untouched condition. Private Archibald H Dall enlisted into the Army Cyclist Corps and then transferred to the Machine Gun Corps, the MIC indicating service with the MMG. He was awarded the BWM & VM for his services during the Great War. Remaining with the army he transferred to the RTC joining the 8th Armoured Car Company. In 1924 his WW1 medals were despatched to him then serving at Lahore India with the 8th ACC
Army Cyclist Corps WW1 brass cap badge. A good die-stamped brass 16 spoke example on slider. Formed in 1914 and disbanded in 1919.
Army Cyclist Corps WW1 brass cap badge. A good die-stamped brass 16 spoke example on slider. Formed in 1914 and disbanded in 1919.
Army Dental Corps and Royal Army Dental Corps cap badges. Brass ADC on slider (a little service ware) with his later bi-metal RADC badge on loops. Worn by Private Hitchcock, Army Dental Corps. ADC awarded the \"Royal\" prefix in November 1946 in recognition of its service in WW2
Army Depot Police FARELF chrome cap badge. A good scarce die-cast example on loops worn by Far East Land Forces personnel.
Army Educational Corps extremely rare WW2 plastic cap badge. Two blades to reverse. Traces of gold paint otherwise good condition. (KK 2273)
Army Fire Service printed formation sign, Removed from uniform. Glue marks to reverse otherwise GC.
Army Gymnastic Staff / Army Physical Training Staff brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider. (KK 1062)
Army Hospital Corps scace OR's glengarry badge circa 1874-84 A good die-stamped brass example with brass loops to reverse. Very good condition. (KK 999). Designated Army Hospital Corps in 1857; redesignated Medical Staff Corps by Warrant of 20th September 1884.
Army List August 1914 A scarce original edition of the War Department official publication listing every British Army & Territorial Officer serving the month the Great War was declared. Contemporary cloth hard board cover. Clean condition. Professional restoration to the inside boards.
Army Medical Department 1869-78 Officer’s shako plate. A scarce example, red cross repainted complete with loops GC. Redesignated Army Medical Staff in 1884; by Royal Warrant, on 23rd June 1898 Army Medical Staff (Officers) and Medical Staff Corps (OR’s) merged to become the Royal Army Medical Corps.
Army Ordnance Corps 1914/15 trio of medals. Awarded to “01836 Pte. J. Brookes AOC” Comprising; 1914/15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal. Medals loose. GC Private John F Brookes landed in Egypt on the 1st October 1915.
Army Ordnance Corps large Victorian OR’s brass cap badge. A good large die-stamped example on loops retaining most of the original finish.
Army Ordnance Corps WW1 Period Brass Cap Badge. A good die-stamped example on slider.
Army Pay Corps brass shoulder title also worn in field service cap. A good example on hexagonal loops. (KK 1033)
Army Pay Corps Other Rank\'s Home Service Helmet Plate Centre. A good scarce example comprising a flat bar mounted with APC cypher; loop either end to fit over loops on reverse of 1878 Universal pattern helmet plate.
Army Pay Corps Victorian OR's Cap Badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops which have toned black.
Army Pay Corps Victorian OR’s brass cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped on loops (toned black). (KK 1034)
Army Pay Corps WW1 brass cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on slider.
Army Pay Corps WW1 brass cap badge. A good die-stamped 1902-20 example on slider. (KK 1035)
Army Pay Department Officer’s waist belt clasp circa 1878-1901. A very fine and scarce silver and gilt example with matching benchmarks to both halves. Circlet inscribed “Army Pay Department”; gilt centre mounted with Royal Crest in silver. Oak leaf ends. Some polishing to high points of Royal Crest otherwise fine. Officer only Corps raised on 1st April 1878 from a Royal Warrant of 22nd October 1877. HM King George V, conferred the title “Royal” in April 1920, on both the Army Pay Department and the OR’s Army Pay Corps. The two were amalgamated later that years as the Royal Army Pay Corps. The Corps of Military Accountants, raised 22nd November 1919, merged with the RAPC in 1925.
Army Recruiters scarce GvR cap badge circa 1911-35. A fine die-cast brass GvR cypher on slider.
Army Remount Department India Officer’s badge. A fine silvered example. Complete with two loops to the reverse. (Cox 2595). Maker\'s stamp of J.R. Gaunt. GC
Army Remount Service Bronze Badge
Army Remount Service Bronze Badge. Good cast example on loops
Army Remount Service scarce WW1 OR’s brass cap badge. A good die-cast crossed whips pattern on slider. (KK 1045)
Army Remount Service WW1 Cap Badge A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. (KK 1047)
Army Remount Service WW1 OR’s brass cap badge. A good scarce die-cast example (crossed whips pattern) on slider. (KK 1045)
Army Remount Service WW1 OR’s brass cap badge. A good scarce die-cast crossed whips pattern on slider. (KK 1045)
Army Remount Service WW1 OR’s brass cap badge. A good scarce die-cast crossed whips pattern on slider. (KK 1045)
Army Remount Service WWI OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider. (KK 1047)
Army School Maidenhead OTC rare brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops. Shield, charged with trefoil, resting on tripart scroll \"Army School OTC\". (KK 2503)
Army Scripture Readers bi-metal cap badge. Fixing: Loops Condition: VGC
Army Scripture Readers scarce cap badge. A fine die-cast example on loops. Within a brass laurel wreath, white metal letters \"ASR\" on a bar. (KK 2114)
Army Selection and Training Unit scarce formation sign. White “ASTU” embroidered on green rectangle. Very good condition.
Army Service Corp Officer’s helmet plate circa 1902-14. A goodgilt example of crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter; centrally, the ASC cypher in silver set on a black velvet ground. Three loops to reverse. Slight wear to gilt . GC
Army Service Corps 1869-78 OR’s shako plate. A good scarce die-stamped brass example. Within a Crowned laurel wreath, the Garter with ASC cypher to centre. Two loops to reverse. Minor service wear. Generally VGC. (KK 182)
Army Service Corps Officer’s cap badge circa 1902-14. A fine scarce example on loops. Die-stamped gilt star, mounted silver crowned Garter resting in a laurel wreath; ; ASC cypher on a black patent leather centre.C
Army Service Corps Officer’s helmet plate circa 1901-14. A fine and scarce gilt example of universal crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter, the centre with silver “ASC” cypher on a black cloth ground. One of three loops remain to reverse otherwise VGC, (KK 983)
Army Service Corps Officer’s helmet plate circa 1901-14. A fine and scarce gilt example of universal crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter, the centre with silver “ASC” cypher on a black cloth ground. One of three loops remain to reverse otherwise VGC, (KK 983)
Army Service Corps Pouch Badge circa 1902-18 A good scarce die-stamped brass (originally gilt) example on three screw posts
Army Service Corps scarce brass helmet plate centre. Bar mounted with ASC cypher; square loop either end to fit over loops on reverse of 1878 Universal pattern helmet plate. Good conditon
Army Service Corps Victorian brass cap badge circa 1896-1901 A good die-stamped example on loops (toned black). (KK 996)
Army Service Corps Victorian brass cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped example on loops which have toned black. (KK 996)
Army Service Corps Victorian brass cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped example on loops which have toned black. (KK 996)
Army Service Corps Victorian brass cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good die-stamped example on loops (one bent). (KK 996)
Army Service Corps Volunteers Edwardian cap badge circa 1901-08. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example on loops.
Army Service Corps WW all brass ASC cap badge circa 1916-18. A good die-stamped no voided example on slider.
Army Service Corps WW all brass ASC cap badge circa 1916-18. A good die-stamped no voided example on slider.
Army Service Corps WW1 brass economy cap badge circa 1916-18.. A good die-stamped non-voided example on slider.
Army Service Corps WW1 OSD bronze cap badge. A good die-cast two part example on blades. Became Royal in 1918
Army Service Corps WW1 Period Officers OSD Cap Badge. A good two part bronze example on loops
Army Temperance Association Silver Medal. A good example.
Army Veterinary Corps Officer’s helmet plate circa 1906-14. A fine and scarce gilt example of crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter; “AVC” monogram on a green enamel ground. Three loops to reverse. Tiny flake to enamel at 11 o’clock on outer edge not affecting appearance. The all Officer Army Veterinary Department was amalgamated with the OR’s of the Army Veterinary Corps in March 1906. The title “Royal” was bestowed on the Corps in 1918 in recognition of its outstanding service in the Great War.
Army Veterinary Corps WW1 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. Army Veterinary Corps granted title Royal in 1918 for their services during the War.
Army Veterinary Corps WW1 OR\'s bi-metal cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops; some service wear. Designated “Royal” in 1918 for services in WWI.
Army Veterinary Department Victorian Officer’s helmet plate. A very good and scarce example comprising a gilt eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown. Mounted on the star, a gilt laurel wreath enclosing the Garter. Within the Garter, in silver, an “AVD” monogram on a black enamel ground (tiny chip at 12 o’clock). Retains both original screw posts to reverse indicating this example was worn overseas on a Foreign Service helmet. Generally VGC The all Officer Army Veterinary Department was amalgamated with the OR’s of the Army Veterinary Corps in March 1906.
Artillery Officer\'s Armband Red over white felt embroidered with black gun. Press stud fastenings. A little moth.
Artillery Volunteers OR’s cap badge circa 1902-08. A fine die-stamped white metal example on slider. As regulars but “Ubique” scroll inscribed “Volunteers”
Artists Rifles Brass Cap Badge A good heavy die-stamped example on two loops
Artists Rifles Brass Cap Badge A good heavy die-stamped example on two loops
Artists Rifles Cap Badge. A good die-stamped brass example on slider. Badge designed by J.W. Wyon the famous medal designer who served as a private in the Corps. Unit raised as 38th Middlesex RV, renumbered 20th in 1880. Attached to Rifle Brigade in 1881. 1st April 1908 transferred to the new Territorial Force as 28th County of London (Artists Rifles). 1947 became 21 Special Air Service (Artists)
ARTISTS scarce WW1 embroidered Artists Rifles cloth shoulder title. Black on grey. Removed from uniform. Service wear
ASSAM pair of Indian Army cast brass shoulder titles. A good pair on flat integral loops.
Athletes' Volunteer Force 1914 WW1 VTC scarce white enamelled mufti badge/ A good oval white enamelled example with central crossed rifles. Buttonhole fitting
ATS pair of black on khaki WW2 lady\'s slip on titles A good pair complete with tapes to reverse.
ATS Territorial Efficiency Medal. A George VI example awarded to w.377 Sjt M. Allington ATS. GC.
Attributed Egypt Khedive Star 1882 This example with impressed details R.E.W. 2218 to the reverse. GC. Attributed 2218 Private R White Medical Staff Corps.
Australia. 43rd Hindmarsh Regiment brass cap badge. Fixing: Loops Condition: VGC
Australian 10th Infantry Bn. (Adelaide Rifles) Slouch Hat Badge circa 1930-42. A fine die-stamped brass 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.
Australian 13th Light Horse Slouch Hat Badge A scarce die-cast bronzed example on loops. Good condition
Australian 14th Infantry Bn. (Prahran Regiment) 1930's slouch hat badge. badge. A good die-stamped blackened rass example on loops
Australian 14th Infantry Bn. (Prahran Regiment) Slouch Hat Badge circa 1930-42. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops.
Australian 19th (South Sydney) Infantry B. 1930's Slouch Hat Badge. A good die-cast brass example on typical rather flat loops.
Australian 1st Armoured Car Regiment 2nd pattern slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on loops.
Australian 22nd Infantry Battalion (South Gippsland Regiment) slouch hat badge. A good die-stamped blackened example on loops.
Australian 24th Infantry Battalion (The Kooyong Regiment) slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A good die-stamped brass example on slightly verdigris flat loops.
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)
Australian 30th Bn New South Wales Scottish Regiment glengarry Badge. A fine die-stamped white metal example on loops.
Australian 32nd Infantry Bn. (Footscray Regt.) slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A good die-stamped brass example on flat style loops.
Australian 40th Infantry Battalion (Derwent Regiment) slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops.
Australian 42nd Infantry Bn (Capricornia) 1930's slouch hat dadge A fine die-stamped brass example on typical rather flat loops.
Australian 43rd Infantry Bn (Hindmarsh Regiment) 1930's brass slouch hat badge,badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on typical flat style loops.
Australian 45th Infntry Bn (St. George Regt) 1930's slouch hat badge.45th Regiment Old well cast white medal example on pinched loops. Cast from Stokes example.
Australian 45th St. George Regiment slouch hat badge by Stokes circa 1930-42. A fine die-stamped gilt metal example on three loops.
Australian 50th (St.Kilda) Infantry slouch cap badge by P.J. King. Mellb circa 1912-18 A good scarce die-cast copper bronze example on loops (top one an old replacement)
Australian 54th Infantry Bn (Lachlan-Macquarie Regiment) rare brass slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops.
Australian 56th Infantry Bn (Riverina Regt) slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. Good die-stamped brass example on loops.
Australian 57th Infantry Battalion (Merri Regt) slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A good die-stamped brass example on loops.
Australian 58th Essendon Rifles slouch hat badge. A fine enamelled example on flat style loops
Australian 58th Infantry Battalion (Essendon Rifles) slouch hat badge by Angus & Coote, Sydney. A good scarce die-cast brass and enamel example on loops.
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
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
Australian 60th Infantry Battalion (Heidelberg Regiment) slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A good scarce die-stamped brass, red and white enamelled example on loops.
Australian 9th Light Horse blackened brass cap badge circa 1930-42. A fine die-stamped example on flat style loops. Oval strap “Ninth Light Horse” resting on a scroll “Pro Gloria et Honore”; rampant lion to centre.
Australian Army Brigade Championship Team bullion badge, A good scarce example. Original paper label to the reverse giving makers details of "MA & J Montgomery Gold Embroiderers Government Contractors, 140 Powlett Street, East Melbourne" VGC
Australian Army Chaplains Department (Jewish) cap badge A fine rare die-cast blacked example on loops.
Australian Army Medical Corps 1902-12 OR's cap badge. A fine die-stamped bronze example on loops.
Australian Army Medical Corps OR's slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A good 67 mm high die-stamped brass example on loops.
Australian Army Medical Corps post 1902 OR's slouch hat badge. A good die-stamped 69 mm high bronzed example on loops, traces of painted cross.
Australian Army Service Corps Edwardian / WW1 Cap Badge A good scarce die-stamped brass example on loops. Formed in 1901.
Australian Army Veterinary Corps slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A fine 53 mm high die-stamped brass example on flat style loops.
Australian Army Veterinary Corps slouch hat badge. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on loops. GC
Australian Artillery cast brass cap badge A good example on slider
Australian Artillery cast brass cap badge A good example on slider
Australian Byron Scottish silvered glengarry badge by Stokes. An excellent die-stamped example on three loops.
Australian City of Newcastle Regiment EIIR Slouch Hat Badge Good die-stamped brass example on loops,
Australian City of Newcastle Regiment EIIR Slouch Hat Badge Good die-stamped brass example on loops,
Australian Corps of Engineers head-dress badge circa 1902-12 A good die-stamped brass example on loops
Australian Corps of Signallers Slouch Hat Badge circa 1901-12. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops. Crowned wreath on crossed flags bearing boomerang inscribed "Australian", all on "Corps of Signallers" scroll
Australian Derwent Regiment Officer's slouch hat badge by K.C. Luke, Melb. A fine EIIR silvered and gilt example on loops.
Australian Engineers helmet plate circa 1901-12. A good scarce 60 mm high die-stamped brass example on long loops.
Australian Field Artillery OR’s cap badge circa 1902-14. A good 64 mm high die-stamped bronzed example. Flaming grenade, the ball within a laurel wreath, all resting on a scroll inscribed “Australia” On the ball, the Southern Cross and a field gun. Loops GC
Australian Field Artillery slouch hat badge circa 1902-14. A good die-stamped brass example on two old replacement loops. Flaming grenade, the ball within a laurel wreath, all resting on a scroll inscribed “Australia” On the ball, the Southern Cross and a field gun.
Australian Gregg High School Cadets enamelled hat badge. A good scarce example on loops.
Australian Instructional Corps Officer's enamelled slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A good 44 mm high die-cast example on loops.
Australian ist Light Horse Regiment (R. New South Wales Lancers) slouch hat badge by Swann & Hudson circa 1930-42. A fine oxidised silver example on loops
Australian Queensland Defence Forces Victorian helmet plate. A splendid scarce die-stamped brass example on loops. Within a crowned laurel wreath, a circlet “Queensland” with VR Cypher to centre. Across the base of the wreath, an applied tri-part silvered scroll “Pro Aris et Focis”.
Australian Queensland Scottish Victorian OR’s helmet plate. A fine scarce die-stamped white metal example on three loops. Resting in an open thistle wreath, a crowned circlet inscribed “Queensland Scottish” and ornamented with thistle spray; VR cypher to voided centre. Raised 4th March 1885.
Australian Queensland Volunteers Victorian Officer's cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped example on loops. Within a circlet "Queensland Volunteers" a Gulphic crowned French horn.
Australian Scotch College Cadets hat badge, A good die-stamped nickel plated example on four loops.
Australian Shepparton High School Cadet Unit enamelled hat badge by Stokes, Melb. A good scarce example on loops.
Australian Tank Corps brass collar badge circa 1930-42. A good die-stamped brass example on horizontal loops.
Australian Tank Corps scarce slouch hat badge circa 1930-42. A good 44 mm high die-stamped brass example on loops, minor spot of verdigris above tank.
Australian Western Australia Police Cap Badge. Die-stamped white metal example on replacement lead soldered loops. Resting in a laurel wreath, a crowned circlet "Western Australia Police"; voided swan to centre.
Australian. 12th Infantry Battalion (Launceston Regt.) cap badge by Stokes, Melb.. A good die-stamped blackened brass on loops.
Australian. 1st Infantry Bn (East Sydney Regt) slouch hat badge circa 1930-40. A fine die-stamped brass voided example on flat style loops (slight verdigris to loops).
Australian. 2nd Infantry Bn (City of Newcastle Regt) slouch hat badge circa 1930-40. A good scarce die-stamped brass example on flat style loops.
Australian. 4th Regiment NSW Volunteer Infantry 1890's slouch hat badge. A fine scarce die-stamped brass example on two of three loops. Superimposed on a star, a Maltese cross with waratahs between the arms, bearing circlet inscribed “Fidelis et Paratus”; “4” to voided centre. Unit in existence 6th March 1884 to 1st July 1903.
Australian. 57th Infantry Battalion (Merri Regt) brass cap badge circa 1930-42.. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops.
Australian. 61st Inf. Bn. (Cameron Highlanders of Queensland) glengarry badge. Good oxidised example on flat loops
Australian. New South Wales Military Forces Victorian slouch hat badge. A good scarce die-stamped brass example on three loops. Within a crowned waratah wreath, the Southern Cross with central star replaced by a lion. Designed by James Barnet and Captain Francis Hixson
Australian. Queensland Defence Forces Victorian OR’s glengarry badge. A good die-stamped brass example on loops. Crowned circlet “Queensland”; laurel spray to either side of crown; Southern Cross. to voided centre.
Australian. Queensland Volunteers Victorian Officer’s silvered cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped example on loops. Circlet "Queensland Volunteers"; voided centre bearing curled bugle horn surmounted by Guelphic Crown. Precursor of the more familiar Queensland Rifles.
Australian. South Australia Military Forces Victorian helmet plate. A fine rare die-cast gilt brass example of crowned star pattern bearing laurel wreath and circlet “Aut Pace Aut Bello South Australia” with Southern Cross to centre. Three loops to reverse. GC Pattern normally used by Victoria.
AUX. FIRE SERVICE scarce shoulder title Yellow embroidered on red
Auxiliary Anti Submarine and Mine Sweeping badge. A good example of the Official silver post 1942 sew on issue VGC Designed by George Kruger Gray, approved by HM King George VI on 2nd February 1940
Auxiliary Drivers Association rare WW2 women’s bronze Home Frontcap badge. A rare die-stamped example representing a motor car headlight with wartime blackout cover, the reverse blades replaced by stout brooch pin during service life.
Auxiliary Forces India, Railway Regiment Volunteer Force Long Service Medal. A good George V example awarded to “Pte. L. Ryan 2B N.Ry R A.F.I.”. Small cut mark to edge at 9 o'clock not effecting naming.
Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps scarce pair of WW2 slip on shoulder titles. Worn late 1939-40 only. (2 items) Raised in October 1939; redesignated Pioneer Corps in 1940
Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps scarce WW2 slip on shoulder title. Worn late 1939-40 only. Raised in October 1939; redesignated Pioneer Corps in 1940
Aviation Listing. To view the full list access the shop, via the on-line shop button in the menu bar. To view various sections, please do so in the normal way via the category button. A crew from 158 Squadron show of their Halifax Bomber after a raid when a friendly bomb fell from above over the target area.
Avro, Canada Plant Protection Corps cap badge, A scare example of chromed shield bearing winged company logo. Screw post and anti-rotation spike to reverse.
Ayr Burgh Police scarce white metal cap badge circa 1902-36. A good die-stamped example on loops.
B.E.A. Airline, Gold Bullion Cloth British European Airways Officer's Cap Badge. . A scarce BEA Airline officer's cap badge, gold bullion central badge set upon a black felt cloth backing, the reverse with black cotton backing. Has been worn. GC.
Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts Sleeve Badge. A scarce original c.1897 brass sleeve badge on loops. It chosen by Colonel Baden-Powell when he introduced scouting in the Army whilst out in South Africa commanding the 5th Dragoon Guards.
Baden-Powell Trained Army Scouts Sleeve Badge. A scarce cavalry scouts original c.1897 brass sleeve badge on loops. It chosen by Colonel Baden-Powell when he introduced scouting in the Army whilst out in South Africa commanding the 5th Dragoon Guards.
Bahamas Civil Aviation cap badge, A good scarce chrome and black enamel example on loops (one replaced)
Bahamas Defence Force Gilt Cap Badge. Die stamped, complete with loops. Bright Gilt finish.
Baltic Medal with Original Ribbon & Pin. A scarce untouched example, unnamed as issued. Retaining original silk ribbon and silvered pin fitting. GC one edge knock to the back edge.
Barbados Volunteers Cap Badge by JR Gaunt, London circa 1902-47. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
Barbados Volunteers pair of white metal collar badges. Coat of Arms not designed to be facing Fixing: Loops Condition: One loop on one absent, GC
Bath OTC scarce white metal cap badge A fine die-stamped example on loops. Vertical elliptical design inscribed “Floreat Bathon” with Arms of Bath to centre. See Rawlings (2001) 157
Battalion Champion Team cloth badge. Condition: VGC
Battle of Arnhem Airborn Forces Alloy Glider Ticket This scarce alloy ticket is embossed to the obverse, with the Airborne Forces Pegasus patch, the reverse with: This Souvenir ticket is made from one of the crashed gliders which carried the British 1st Airborne Division into Battle at Arnhem on September 17th 1944. VGC The ticket was issued to those attending the world premiere of the film Theirs is the Glory The story of the Battle of Arnhem on September 17th 1946. VGC.
Battle of Arnhem Airborne Forces Alloy Glider Ticket This scarce alloy ticket is embossed to the obverse, with the Airborne Forces Pegasus patch, the reverse with: This Souvenir ticket is made from one of the crashed gliders which carried the British 1st Airborne Division into Battle at Arnhem on September 17th 1944. The ticket was issued to those attending the world premiere of the film Theirs is the Glory The story of the Battle of Arnhem on September 17th 1946
Battle of Trafalgar Centenary 1905 souvenir watch fob. A good scarce example made from copper of Lord Nelson’s flag ship “The Victory”. The obverse is decorated with the flag ship and text “Victory 1905”. The reverse has text “From B.F.S.S. Nelson Centenary Foudroyant and Victory Copper E.R.VII” Foudroyant was Nelson’s flagship before The Victory
Beach Groups facing pair of WW2 Printed formation signs. Each a red fouled anchor printed on light blue disc with red border. Removed from uniform, some service wear
Beach Groups WW2 formation sign. Red fouled anchor printed on light blue disc with red border. Beach Groups formation sign. Old glue marks to reverse otherwise VGC
Beach Groups WW2 printed formation sign. A good example. Red fouled anchor on light blue disc with red border. Slightly grubby.
BEACH ORDNANCE scarce WW2 cloth shoulder title. Red sans serif letters embroidered on black. Removed from a uniform. Slight service wear bur generally in good condition.
BEACH ORDNANCE WW2 cloth shouldere title. A fine red embroidered on navy issue. Worn on D Day and the aftermath
BEACH SIGNALS scarce WW2 cloth embroidered shoulder title. White lettering on dark blue. Removed from uniform. Heavy service wear.
BEACH SIGNALS WW2 D-Day cloth shoulder title. A good scarce example removed from uniform. White embroidered sans-serif letters on blue. Top edge tattly
BEAUMONT / OTC / COLLEGE blackened brass shoulder title Red felt backing. Good condition Jesuit Public School in Old Windsor, Berkshire. Closed 1967
Beaumont College OTC (Old Windsor, Berkshire) blackened brass cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped example. (KK 2507) Jesuit Public School closed 1967
Beaumont College, Windsor OTC cap badge. A good die-stamped blackened brass example. Retaining loops to the reverse. GC Jesuit Public School in Old Windsor, Berkshire. Closed 1967
Bechuanaland High Commission Territories Corps cap badge circa 1946-55. A scarce die-stamped brass example with two loops to reverse. GC
Bechuanaland High Commission Territories Corps cap badge. Scarce die struck brass issue. Two loops to reverse. VGC
Bedfordshife & Hertfordshire Regiment WW2 era cap badge A good die-stamped white metal example on slider
Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Officer's cap badge by JR Gaunt, London A fine small silvered, gilt and blue enamel example on long loops.
Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Officers Silver Cap Badge. A good example on loops stamped "Sterling Silver" to the reverse.
Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire WW2 era cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
Bedfordshire Constabulary King’s Crown night helmet plate. Crowned blackened brass star; chrome arms to centre. Three loops to reverse. Very good condition.
Bedfordshire Regiment 1916 all brass economy cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider.
Bedfordshire Regiment 1916 all brass economy cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider.
Bedfordshire Regiment Helmet Plate Centre circa 1881-1914 A good die-stamped brass example with central Maltese cross on star with white metal hart to voided centre. Circlet inscribed "Bedfordshire" and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining one of four loops to reverse.
Bedfordshire Regiment Victorian Officer’s glengarry badge. A fine and scarce post 1881 example. Within a gilt Crowned Garter, set on a black velvet ground, a gilt Maltese cross superimposed on a silver eight pointed star; to the centre a silver Hart crossing a ford on a field of rich blue translucent enamel. Two loops to reverse. Minor service wear. GC
Bedfordshire Regiment white metal Cap Badge A good die-stamped example on loops.
Bedfordshire Rifle Volunteers glengarry badge / shako plate. A good scarce die struck white metal example. Coroneted eagle bearing castle on its breast. Retaining original loops GC
Bedfordshire Yeomanry Officer’s cap badge. A good silver and gilt example retaining loops GC.
BEDFS. AND HERTS. WW2 white on red printed shoulder title. Removed from uniform. Service wear.
Beds & Herts General Service Medal, Clasp Palestine A good example awarded to 5948289 Pte H.G. Stanley Beds & Herts. GC.
Beds & Herts WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A good used example. Blades to reverse. Minor service wear and slight distortion. Good condition
Beja WW2 battle badge. A good rare example, awarded to certain members of 172nd Field Regiment Royal Artillery and a few members of the 5th Bn. Hampshire Regiment; comprising an aluminium shield with raised edges, the centre covered in red felt and bearing “BEJA” tablet to top left and a Tiger tank pierced with a sword to the centre. Reverse with original pin fitting To mark the supreme courage of the Regiment following the heroic action of 155 Battery, together with 5th Hampshires, against German armour at Beja, North Africa, their CO, Lt.Col. McN. Graham DSO, designed this badge and had it made in Tunis. It is believed less than 200 of these rare badges were awarded to those who had actually taken part in the action. Worn on right sleeve or right breast pocket of battledress.
Belgian Para-Commando wing. Post war Fixing: wires Condition: GC
Belgium. 1930 Centenary Medal Issued to celebrate Belgium's 100 years of Independence Condition: GC
Belgium. 1930 Centenary Medal. Obverse with heads of Kings Leopold I, Leopold II and Albert; reverse bears "1830 1930" amid oak and laurel sprays. Condition: GC
BENBOW rare WW1 Royal Naval Division brass RND shoulder title circa 1914-15. A good example on Flat hexagonal loops. The Battalion was so decimated at Gallipoli that it was disbanded in June 1915 before a cap badge could be designed for it.
BENBOW very rare WWI RND brass shoulder title. A good example on loops The Benbow Battalion was so decimated at Gallipoli that that the few survivors were used as reinforcements for the other RND battalions
Berkshire Constabulary police cap badge and collars. Good die-stamped King\'s crown cap badge and collar, Queen\'s crown collar. Cap on loops, collars on screw posts. (3 items)
Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry cap badge. A fine die cast gilt brass example (KK 1340) Fixing: Two of three loops (central one absent) Condition: VGC
Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry cap badge. A good scarce die-cast brass example on three loops. Very good condition. (KK 1340)
Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry cap badge. A fine scarce die-cast brass example on three loops. (KK 1340)
Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry scarce white metal cap badge. A fine die-cast Uffington Horse on “Berkshire” scroll; “IY” beneath on three loops. (KK 1340)
Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry scarce white metal cap badge. A fine die-cast Uffington Horse on “Berkshire” scroll; “IY” beneath on three loops. (KK 1340)
Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry scarce white metal cap badge. A fine pre 1908 die-cast issue on two of three loops. Uffington Horse on “Berkshire” scroll; “IY” beneath. (KK 1340)
Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry white metal cap badge. A good scarce die-cast Uffington Horse on “Berkshire” scroll; “IY” beneath. Three loops to reverse. (KK 1340)
Berkshire Volunteer Rifles Victorian bronze button.
Berkshire Volunteer Rifles Victorian bronze button. A good example complete with shank by Doughty & Co. 109 St. Martin’s Lane, London 19 being the Rifle Volunteer precedence number for Berkshire
Berkshire Yeomanr WW1 Medals. Awarded to 2711 Pte J.A. Tooker Berks Yeo. Comprising: 1914/15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal. GC. Private James A Tooker embarked for overseas service on the 6th November 1915 and later served with the MGC.
Berkshire Yeomanry brass cap badge by Gaunt. A good die-cast example on loops with JR Gaunt tablet affixed upside down to reverse !
Berkshire Yeomanry post 1908 brass cap badge. A good die-cast example on slider. Uffington Horse on “Berkshire” scroll. (KK 1449)
Berkshire Yeomanry Troopers beret badge. Die-stamped Uffington Horse on “Berkshire” scroll, slider. (KK 2281)
BERMUDA MILITIA ARTILLERY Cloth Shoulder Title Navy embroidered on red
Bermuda Police cap badge by Dowler, Birmingham. A good scarce die-stamped chromed example on brass slider. Within a Crowned oak wreath, a bear holding a shield charged with a galleon in stormy seas resting on title scroll.
Bermuda Volunteer Rifles Cap Badge circa 1894-1946. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
Best Combined Shot of Cpl’s, L/Cpl’s & Privates in Regiment Crossed rifles within a laurel wreath surmounted by a five pointed star all embroidered on khaki. Minor moth damage. GC See “British Army Proficiency Badges” by Edwards & Langley , Page 37, 23D
Best Combined Shot of Cpl’s, L/Cpl’s & Privates in Regiment Bullion crossed rifles within a laurel wreath surmounted by a five pointed star all embroidered on black cloth ground.
Best Combined Shot of Cpl’s, L/Cpl’s & Privates in Regiment Bullion embroidered laurel sprays, crossed rifles and five pointed star
Best Combined Shot of Cpl’s, L/Cpl’s & Privates in Regiment arm badge. Crossed rifles surmounted by a five pointed star, all resting within an open laurel wreath, embroidered on khaki.
Best Shot of Sergeants in Regiment or Battalion badge. A good example, the gold bullion wire remains fresh.
Best Shot of Sergeants in Regiment or Battalion bullion arm badge. A fine large example embroidered on black cloth. Crowned crossed rifles resting in open laurel wreath. Removed fromm uniforn but in excellent condition.
Birkenhead School CCF brass cap badge. A good die-cast example. Two loops to reverse (slight verdigris to base of one). VGC
BK Jos Native Administration Police cap badge. A fine die-stamped circular white metal example on loops. Leopard to centre.
Black Watch of Canada scarce EIIR Officer’s shoulder belt plate. A fine example comprising a seeded gilt rectangular plate with raised burnished edges; mounted on the plate, a silvered Star of the Order of the Thistle, mounted on the Star, a gilt thistle wreath, within the wreath a crowned oval bearing the motto of the Order of the Thistle (Lacessit). To the centre, silvered St. Andrew and the Cross. To the left of the Crown, a silvered scroll inscribed “The Black”; to the right, another “Watch”. Below the wreath a multipart silvered scroll “Royal Highland Regiment of Canada”. Reverse retains original fixings comprising two hooks and two studs. Generally VGC
Black Watch Officer\'s Trench Fighting Doublet Tunic. A good scarce example of the 1916 shoulder rank officer\'s doublet. This example attributed to Lieutenant Frank Coutts. The doublet with cloth rank pips to the shoulder straps and to the left cuff a bullion wound badge. Also retaining original collar badges. The tunic with period field repairs, indicating a combat tunic. The doublet with service and age wear, now with moth peppering. Both waist pockets with mothing to the folds. The interior with full lining, this with heavy service wear. The doublet is accompanied by a personal ID dog tag stamped \"F.Coutts B watch. Lieutenant Frank Coutts had served in the ranks of the Black making the rank of Sergeant. He was commissioned in September 1916 and landed in France on the 5th January 1917. PLEASE NOTE Belt not included display only.
Black Watch Officer’s / Sergeant's glengarry badge circa 1902-36. A good scarce die-cast silvered Star of the Order of the Thistle mounted with gilt metal crowned oval “Nemo me impune lacesset” resting in a thistle wreath. To the centre, St. Andrew and the Cross in silver, below the wreath a gilt metal Sphinx. To the left of the Crown, an applied silvered scroll inscribed “The Royal”; to the right, another inscribed “Highlanders”. To the left of the Sphinx, another scroll inscribed “Black”; to the right, another inscribed “Watch”. Two loops to reverse. Good condition.
Black Watch Officer’s or senior NCO’s post 1953 shoulder belt plate. Fine modern example in silver plate and gilt. (reverse engraved STG 1980) Retaining two studs and two hooks. GC
Black Watch Victorian gengarry badge circa 1881-1901. Good die-stamped white metal example. loops replaced with broad slider probably for wear on foreign service helmet
Black Watch Victorian OR’s white metal glengarry badge circa 1881-1901 A good die-stamped white metal example on two loops (pinched closed)
Black Watch WW2 plastic economy glengarry badge. A good scarce example. Two blades to reverse. GC (KK 2241)
BNWRVR cast brass Bengal & North Western Railway Volunteer Rifles Indian shouder title. A good scarce locally made example on integral loops Raised 14th June, 1879
BOAC Complimentary Golf Tees. Each Tee is impressed 'Fly BOAC' GC.
Bocking & Baintree Volunteers George III Officer’s gilt open back coatee button A scarce gilt example circa 1803-08. Retaining shank GC Gilt bright. No backmark
Boer War / WW1 14th Hussars & Army Veterinary group of three medals. Awarded to Sergeant Thomas A Scrase, who had served with the 14th Hussars during the Boer War and served with the Army Veterinary Corps during the Great War. Comprising: Queen’s South Africa Medal (Ghost dates to reverse correct engraved style naming) “2810 Pte T.A. Scrase 14/ Hrs” (official correction to surname) Four clasps “Cape Colony”, “Tugela Heights”, “Orange Free State”, “Relief of Ladysmith”, British War Medal, Victory Medal “SE-11815 Sjt AVC”. Medals loose GC. Discharge time expired he volunteered for service in the Great War and is confirmed as receiving the pair only.
Boer War / WW1 East Kent Regiment Group of Four Medals. Awarded to L-6362 Cpl F E Morgan E Kent R. Comprising: Queen's South Africa Medal, four clasps Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1902, (6362 Pte E Kent Regt), 1914 Star, (Pte 1/E Kent R), British War Medal, Victory Medal, (Pte E Kent R). GC mounted as originally worn ribbons fragile. Private Morgan served with the 2nd Battalion in South Africa and landed in France on the 7th September 1914 and was awarded the clasp, although he does not appear to have worn it.
Boer War / WW1 Manchester Regiment Royal Garrison Artillery Casualty Family Group of Medals A father and son grouping, awarded to Frederick Ramplin, who had served during the Boer War with the Manchester Regiment and served during WW1 with the Royal Garrison Artillery in India. Comprising: Queen’s South Africa Medal three clasps “Cape Colony”, “Orange Free State”, “Transvaal”, King’s South Africa Medal, two clasps “South Africa 1901”, “South Africa 1902” “4276 Pte F. Ramplin Manch Regt”, British War Medal “12734 Gnr F Ramplin RA”, Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (GVR Field Marshal bust) “12734 Gnr RGA” Medals loose GC some edge knocks. (Please note that these medals have been cleaned leaving surface scratch marks). ... Accompanied by his sons Victory Medal “7707 Pte H.R. Ramplin Suff R” Frederick Ramplin served with the 2nd Bn Manchester Regiment during the Boer War, he is confirmed as only receiving the BWM for WW1 service. Returning to the UK he died on the 9th December 1918, whilst still serving and now rests in Hadleigh Cemetery Suffolk. The Victory Medal was awarded to Henry Richard Ramplin of the 1st Bn Suffolk Regiment who landed in France on the 16th January 1915 and was Killed in Action 1 month to the day on the 16th February 1915 at Ypres. His next of kin is given as Fredrick and Eliza Ramplin, of 33, New Cut, Hadleigh, Suffolk.
Boer War / WW1 Pattern Side Bag. A good example of a private purchase side bag, khaki canvas with fixed shoulder strap. The flap with original plain brass domed button. The reverse with pocket. Ink name of Col Rees. It is common to see this pattern carried by mounted infantry and cavalry during the Boer War. From the Estate of Pre war Territorial Officer Col Rees of the Royal Engineers. See other items from this Estate.
Boer War / WW1 Period British Officer’s Binoculars by “Dolland London” A good clean pair, the maker’s details to the binoculars and also to the lining of the polished brown leather case. Each also bear a WD arrow. Good clean condition. Sold as a collectors item only. When viewing the image is reversed.
Boer War / WW1 Royal Sussex Regiment and 7th Dragoon Guards. Awarded to Private James Samuel Marchant who whilst serving with the 3rd Bn Royal Sussex Regiment volunteered for service in South Africa and enlisted into the 7th Dragoon Guards on his return 1902. Comprising: Queen’s South Africa Medal 8616 Pte J Marchant Rl Sussex Regt, bearing two clasps Transvaal, South Africa 1902, 1914/15 Star 7DG-6373 Pte J.S. Marchant 7-D-Gds, British War Medal, Victory Medal 7DG-6373 Pte J.S. Marchant 4-D.Gds. Private James Samuel Marchant service papers confirm that prior to enlistment in the 7th Dragoon Guards on the 11th November 1902, he had served with the 3rd Bn Royal Sussex Regiment. He landed in France on the 23rd November 1914 and the 1914/15 Star is confirmed. The MIC also confirms service with the 7th DG, 4th DG and the Corps of Dragoons.
Boer War 14th Hussars silver NCO’s arm badge A scarce example by F & S. HM Birmingham 1899. Most details of eagle almost erased by polishing. Reverse of oval backing plated stamped Firmin, London. Complete with old oval black leather backing.
Boer War 1870 Pattern Water bottle & Slade Wallace White Buff Leather Harness A scarce example of the Oliver pattern water bottle, complete with pewter screw stopper. Complete with rare white buff leather Slade Wallace Harness, this with issue stamps, indicating 1899. Stitching repair to the sling
Boer War 1900 Issue Officer Pattern Whistle A scarce example by Hudson with clear 1900 date and WD arrow stamp. GC
Boer War 1900 Pattern British Army Waterbottle. A rare blue enamel example with original light brown felt covering. Complete with cork and chain. Now fitted with an incorrect period brown leather strap. Some age wear see photographs, remains a good rare display item
Boer War 1900 Queen Victoria Christmas Tin. A good clean example of the tin given by Queen Victoria to her troops serving in South Africa 1900. Retains most of the painted finish and remains bright. GC. See shrapnel and Boer Badges discovered in this tin.
Boer War 1901 Leather Pouch. An unusual War Department small brown leather pouch. Clear 1901 stamp to the front and WD stamp to the reverse. Possibly reduced by having strap removed.
Boer War 3rd Bn Grenadier Guards Uniform Cloth Christmas Message. A scarce example of the Christmas message sent home by troops serving in South Africa, made from part of an old uniform. This example decorated with the Regimental badge, colours and message. Sent home by W.J. Willis. VGC. Approx size 7 1/2 x 8 inches. Private W.J. Willis is confirmed as serving with the Regiment in South Africa and was awarded the QSA Five Clasps and KSA 2 clasps.
Boer War 8th King’s Royal Irish Hussars Victorian OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good 1896-1901 die-stamped example on toned black loops. (KK 761)
Boer War 96th Imperial Yeomanry (Metropolitan Mounted Rifles) Casualty QSA Medal This example was awarded to 34374 Pte E.J. Stirling 96th Coy Imp Yeo. Bearing the clasps Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901. GC Original ribbon. Private Stirling died at Kimberley on the 13th October 1901.
Boer War attributed Princess Christian’s Army Nursing Service Reserve badge. A scarce heavily silvered 1897-1907 example. The front depicting a cross within a circlet inscribed “Princess Christian’s Army Nursing Service Reserve” and thistle, oakleaf, shamrock and rose devices between each arm. Original stout pin fixing to reverse now absent; reverse impressed with issue number 461. Some service wear otherwise VGC Various paper clipping, photographs and letters accompany this lot. This badge was awarded to Margaret Steenson of Glaslough, County Monaghan. She trained as a nurse at the Royal Infirmary, Dumfries. Following the call for Volunteers for the Boer War, she was appointed on 23rd March 1900; she sailed for South Africa and served there for six years. She was created a CBE for her services in the Great War and was awarded the RRC and bar. She was also awarded the Queen's South Africa Medal, 1914-15 Star, War Medal and Victory Medal and was mentioned in despatches several times. She served in France 1914-17; Italy 1917-18 and Turkey 1920-23 becoming Matron at Royal Herbert Hospital in 1924. Following a remarkable career in nursing, this grand old lady passed away in 1974 at the age of 102.
Boer War British Army First Field Dressing. A very rare example of the soldiers first field dressing carried in the dressing pocket of the uniform. This example made by The Darton Gibbs Co Oldbury. The dressing is undated, but retains an original Historical Article description label stating "First Field Dressing South African War". The contents have never been withdrawn, GC.
Boer War British Army Other Ranks Issue Tunic. A superb and extremely rare original example. Khaki Drill cotton tunic, tailored with breast pockets, these with pointed flaps. The stand collar with four pleats. The interior is tailored with “ID” card pocket and field dressing pocket, the latter has had the flap removed and tailored with a button, for easy use, this clearly indicating the tunic was worn in the filed. Complete with correct small size matching brass Victorian General service buttons. Slight service and age wear. Near VGC for the pattern.
Boer War Christmas 1900 Chocolate Tin & Letters. This grouping of items are attributed to Gunner J Fowler of the 21st Field Battery Royal Artillery. Comprising: 1900 Chocolate tin retaining one chocolate lump, padding and paper wrap. ... Three letters sent to his mother from India and one letter dated 6th October at Ladysmith, describing his journey from India to South Africa. An interesting grouping. The 21st Battery saw early action at Elandslaagte, 21st October 1899 and their services at Lombard's Kop or Ladysmith, 30th October, like those of Sir George White's other batteries, were invaluable, and prevented a defeat
Boer War Christmas chocolate tin and contents by Cadburys A very scarce clean example of the gift tin which was given to troops serving in South Africa during the Boer War Christmas 1900. This example is complete with its original Cadburys chocolate and wax paper. Colours to tin remain bright 95% paintwork present
Boer War Civil Surgeon Queen\'s South Africa Medal. A scarce example awarded to \"Civil Surgeon E.F.W. Bywater\". Bearing three clasps \"Cape Colony\", \"South Africa 1901\", \"South Africa 1902\". GC. Civil Surgeon Ernest Frederick Wharton Bywater is confirmed as serving in South Africa attached to the RAMC. He returened to the UK in June 1902. In 1914 he was at North Finchley Hospital
Boer War Duke of Edinburgh's Own Volunteer Rifles Casualty Medal. Awarded to 1342 Pte J.F. Storkey D of E own V.R. bearing the single clasp Cape Colony. GC suspension slightly slack. Private J.F. Storkey died on the 5th May 1901 at Mafeking.
Boer War Gentleman in Khaki Desk Memoranda Block. A very scarce example, depicting the Gallant Soldier standing at the ready with his bayonet fixed. The reverse with Rudyard Kipling poem. The top of the block dished to accommodate a pencil. Small chip at the top, other wise GC.
Boer War Hampshire and Isle of Wight Artillery Officer's Foreign Service Helmet. An extremely rare early example of the Wolsley pattern, known to have been worn in South Africa during the Boer War, by Major H.G. Watson. The helmet with a seven fold pager, which retains the original pagari badge, of a cloth triangle, Artillery colours, a flaming grenade surmounts a" HWIA" brass title. The interior with leather sweatband with gilt tooled London tailer's device. The cork lining with ink name "H.G. Wilson Hants & I Wight Arty RGA" The helmet with no moth damage, but the crown has been crushed, with padding remains a good rare exhibition item. Major H.G. Watson is confirmed as serving in South Africa and appears to have commanded the Battery.
Boer War Her Majesty’s Reserve Regiment of Hussars brass sholkder title A good die-stamped brooched example. HMRR Cypher resting on a scroll inscribed “Hussars”.
Boer War Imperial Yeomanry Bearer Company three clasp Queen’s South Africa Medal A scarce example awarded to “Pte. E.D. Wolff Imp. Yeomanry Bearer Coy” Bearing three clasps “Cape Colony”, “Orange Free State”, “Transvaal”. GC Mounted with pin for wear as a single medal.
Boer War Imperial Yeomanry scarce slouch hat rosette. A fine General pattern red and purple silk rosette bearing bronzed Prince of Wales’s plumes with “IY” below. Very good condition. Correctly with two loops to reverse of plumes, two blades to reverse of IY. (KK 1396)
Boer War Imperial Yeomanry scarce slouch hat rosette. A fine general pattern red and purple silk rosette bearing bronzed Prince of Wales's plumes with ''IY'' below on loops and blades. (KK 1396)
Boer War Imperial Yeomanry scarce slouch hat rosette. A fine general pattern red and purple silk rosette. Evidence of a badge having been worn GC.
Boer War Imperial Yeomanry scarce slouch hat rosette. A fine general pattern red and purple silk rosette bearing bronzed Prince of Wales's plumes with ''IY'' below on loops and blades. (KK 1396)
Boer War Imperial Yeomanry Slouch Hat Rosette Cap Badge General pattern red and purple silk rosette bearing bronze Prince of Wales’s plumes with “IY” below. Heavy service wear to rosette with small hole at 8 o’clock otherwise a good example (KK 1396)
Boer War Imperial Yeomanry slouch hat rosette. A fine example. General pattern red and purple silk rosette bearing bronzed Prince of Wales’s plumes with “IY” below. Loops and blades to reverse.(KK 1396)
Boer War Kings Liverpool Regiment Queens South Africa Medal & Box. This QSA was awarded to 6846 Pte S Maloney Lpool Regt. Bearing the clasps Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902. Remains mounted to be worn as a single medal. ... The medal is accompanied by a Trench Art style case, possibly made by a Boer POW. This of wood, the lid carved with the Regimental device and Private Maloneys details. GC.
Boer War Natal Carabiniers Officer's Slouch Hat. A very rare example worn by an Officer of the Regiment. The slouch hat retains original regimental cap badge. To the body of the hat polished leather belt. The interior retrains original leather sweatband and traces of the cotton lining. The slouch hat is with heavy age storage wear, please see photographs. Remains a very rare period item.
Boer War New Zealand Squadron King’s Colonials slouch hat badge. A good die-stamped brass example, retaining both loops. (KK 1377)
Boer War Patriotic Lord Roberts & Earl Kitchener Pin Trey. This tin plate trey is decorated with a transfer depicting both military personalities. Some minor age wear GC. Size 4 x 3 inches
Boer War Pattern Slade Wallace 1888 Ammunition Pouches A good matched pair of white buff leather, being the last pattern pouches issued post 1894 with the outward opening top flap. Two rear belt loops riveted in place. External single round loops to each edge. Internal stitched loops to hold .303 ammunition. Various internal stamps. The pouches are unblancoed and are now dirty.
Boer War Period Devon Regiment Cloth Pagri Badge VGC
Boer War Period Mounted Troopers Side Bag. This side bag is made of heavy khaki canvas, tailored with a divider to the interior and single button to the flap (replacement). Retaining fixed canvas sling, with brass slider adjustment. GC some service wear. It is common to see this pattern carried by mounted infantry and cavalry during the Boer War.
Boer War Period Mounted Troopers Side Bag. This side bag is made of khaki canvas, tailored with a divider to the interior and single button to the flap. Retaining fixed canvas sling, with brass slider adjustment. GC some service wear. It is common to see this pattern carried by mounted infantry and cavalry during the Boer War
Boer War Period Shrapnel and Bullets. This is an interesting assortment of battlefield pickups, believed to have been collected during the Boer (found in the previously listed 1900 Christmas Tin). GC.
Boer War period Victorian Royal Navy Officer's cap badge. A good scarce bullion example. Crowned laurel wreath with gilt fouled anchor to centre set on a black velvet ground. Some service wear, and mothing to edges of backing cloth otherwise GC This pattern of the badge was introduced in 1891 and replaced in 1901 upon Edward's succession following the death of Queen Victoria on the 22nd January. The gilt anchor indicates civil branch rather than the more usual silver anchor which indicated executive branch.
Boer War Period/ Edwardian York & Lancs Regiment Cap Badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on loops. Slight service wear.
Boer War South African Boer Badge. A good rare die-stamped example on three flat loops. Some verdigris.
Boer War South African Constabulary Queens South Africa Medal. Awarded to 2303 3rd Tpr A.G. Clarkson SAC. Bearing five clasps "Cape Colony", "Orange Free State", "Transvaal", "South Africa 1901", "South Africa 1902". GC Retains original ribbon toned.
Boer War South African Selection of Buttons and partial ZAR police helmet badge
Boer War South African ZAR Brass Badge. A good domed brass disc pierced with ZAR letters in the manner of Austrian cap badges. Two wires to reverse.
Boer War St John Ambulance Pair of Medals. A rare pair awarded to Private D Jackson of the Burnley Corps St John Ambulance. Comprising: Queen\'s South Africa Medal two clasps \"Cape Colony\", \"Orange Free State\" \"629 Ordly D Jackson St john Amb Bde\", St John Ambulance Brigade Bronze Medal for South Africa \"629 Pte D Jackson Burnley Corps\" Medals loose GC.
Boer War ZAR Police OR’s die-stamped brass helmet plate. Circlet inscribed “Eendragt maakt magt” surmounted by an eagle; “ZAR” cypher to centre. Three loops to reverse now toned black. Very good condition
Bomb Disposal Units cloth arm badge. A good worn example Yellow bomb embroidered red felt oval. Introduced by ACI 1562 in 1940. Designed by Queen Mary, the Queen Mother.
Bombay Indian Medical Department Irish Surgeons Afghanistan Medal. A scarce example awarded to \"Surgn A.F. Adams BO. Ind. Med Dep\". The medal now has a professional gilt wash and the clasp appears to have been repaired or reattached at some time. Naming clear. Surgeon Andrew Fergey Adams trained in Ireland and was appointed to the Bombay Medical Department in 1874. His name does not appear in the 1883 Medical Register.
Bombay Light Patrol post 1933 cap badge. Die-stamped chromed example on loops. Good condition. Bombay Light Horse redesignated Bombay Light Patrol in 1933.
Bombay Volunteer Artillery Victorian helmet plate. A good scarce die struck white metal example comprising a ten pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Guelphic Crown. To the centre, within a circlet inscribed “Bombay Volunteer Artillery”, a gun. Two replacement loops to reverse. GC Formed 6th June 1887; redesignated 4th (Bombay) Group Garrison Artillery 1st April 1917.
Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway rare cast brass title by Johnson & Co. Aligarh. UP A good cast example with integral flat loop. PR monogram to centre.
Border Regiment anodised cap badge by Smith & Wright Ltd circa 1953-59. A good scarce example on slider.
Border Regiment anodised cap badge circa 1953-59 by JR Gaunt, London Slight service wear
Border Regiment Glider shoulder title. A fine yellow embroidered on maroon felt example
Border Regiment Officer’s 1919 hallmarked silver cap badge by Jennens. A fine and scarce heavy die-cast silver example by J & Co bearing Birmingham hallmarks on stout loops. Central Dragon on red enamel ground.
Border Regiment Officer’s waist belt clasp circa 1856-81. A fine example with matching numbers to both halves. Circlet inscribed “The Border Regiment”; to the centre, in silver, the Garter star with red enamel to Cross of St. George and blue enamel ground to pierced motto. Universal pattern rococo ends. Enamel slightly AF. (Ryan 201)
Border Regiment OR’s cap badge circa 1953-59 by JR Gaunt, London. A fine die-stamped exampled on slider. Central red felt backing.
Border Regiment pair of Officer’s 1921 hallmarked silver collar badge by Jennens. Ffine and scarce heavy die-cast silver examples on loops by J & Co bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Central Dragon on red enamel ground.
Border Regiment post 1883 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped white metal on three loops. To reverse, two blades secure the original red felt central backing. Very good condition. (KK 326)
Border Regiment scarce small Edwardian OR’s cap badge circa 1902-05. A fine die-stamped white metal example on slider. Two blades to reverse secure the red felt centre. (KK 644)
Border Regiment Victorian OR’s white metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped example on loops, complete with red central felt backing and full backing cloth. (KK 643)
Border Regiment Victorian OR’s white metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped example on toned loops. Complete with central red felt insert. (KK 643)
Border Regiment Victorian OR’s white metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good example on loops. Red felt central backing absent.
Border Regiment WW1 period slip on cloth title. Condition: VGC
Borough of Hastings Police King\'s Crown night helmet plate. A good scarce die-stamped blackened brass example of star pattern bearing circlet \"Borough of Hastings Police\"; applied chrome shield to centre. Three loops to reverse. Minor service wear.
Bournemouth School OTC scarce brass cap badge. A die-stamped example, with slider fitting. (KK 2511)
Bradfield College OTC post 1922 bronze cap badge. A fine scarce example of Royal Berkshire pattern cap badge with J.R.Gaunt, London tablet to reverse. Loops to reverse.
Bradford City Police early white metal headdress plate. A good example with a Boar’s head on title scroll set on laurel wreath. Retaining two loops Good Condition.
BRAZIL WW2 RAF Royal Air Force nationality title A fine scarce embroidered example.
Bridlington School OTC bronze cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider. GC
Bridlington School OTC bronze OSD cap badge Good scarce die-cast example on blades.
Bridlington School OTC Cap Badge A good die-cast bronze example on loops
Brierley Hill Technical Institute enamel badge. Small chips. Maker: Thomas Fattorini Ltd. Regent St. Birmingham Fixing: Brooch pin Condition: GC
Brighton College OTC (Officer Training Corps) brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example with two loops to reverse (one bent). (KK 2515)
Brighton College OTC (Officer Training Corps) bronze cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops. (KK 2515)
Bristol Constabulary Police Helmet Plate plate A good example, C 34, on loops
Bristol Grammar School JTC brass cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped bronzed example. Slider. VGC
Bristol University OTC Cap Badge A good die-stamped brass example on slider.
Bristol Vol. Regt. Coliseum Volunteer Corps WW1 VTC lapel badge. A scarce pin back enamelled example. Arms of Bristol to centre. Age wear. GC
Britia Army Zulu War / Boer War period Officer's Foreign Service helmet. A very rare fine quality late 19th century Officer's white foreign service helmet typical of the shape associated with these campaigns. A six panel whitened body with leather binding and silk fold pagri. The interior with green cotton to the front and rear peaks. also original leather sweatband. The helmet is complete with a white mushroom cap and thin brown leather chinstrap. The helmet remains in clean condition, now with some age staining, as seen in the photographs.
British / Indian Army 1856 Pattern Officer\'s Shako. The body of black beaver skin with black patent leather crown, neck and front peaks. The interior complete with leather sweatband, with crimson silk edging. also silk lining. The shako retains black leather chinstrap, this now broken. The body of the shako remains sound with no breaks, however it has had something heavy above during storage and now misshaped. A super project as basically very sound and little restoration required.
BRITISH / WAR CORRESPONDENT slip on title. A god gold wire embroidered on dark green. Reverse still retains paper maker’s label of “Stephen Simpson, Avenham Rd. Works, Preston. One tiny moth hole not affecting appearance. Slight service wear.
British Airship R80 Snap Shot Photograph. A scarce snap shop Box Brownie size photograph of the short lived R80 airship GC. Image clear The R80 was launched in 1920 originally for the military she was later considered for commercial use, but proved to small. She was scrapped in 1925.
British American Squadron King’s Colonials Boer War Officer’s slouch hat badge. A very fine and rare die-cast rich gilt die-cast example retaining three of four blades. (as KK 1374) Raised as A Squadron, 4th County of London Imperial Yeomanry 29th November, 1901 at Charing Cross under the command of Lt. Col. N.W. Wallace.
British American Squadron King’s Colonials scarce Boer War slouch hat badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops which have toned black. Beaver standing on scroll inscribed “British American”; maple leaf in the background. (KK 1374) Raised as B Squadron, 4th County of London Imperial Yeomanry 29th November, 1901 at Charing Cross under the command of Lt. Col. N.W. Wallace.
British American Squadron King’s Colonials slouch hat badge. A very fine scarce die-stamped yellow brass example. Beaver standing on scroll inscribed “British American”; maple leaf in the background. Two loops to reverse. VGC (KK 1374)
British Army 1940 Dated Leather Jerkin. A superb example in unissued condition. Leather exterior with green blanket lining. Retaining original clear issue label. VGC.
British Army 1955 Cold War Period Dark Blue beret. A good clean example. GC.
British Army bullion musketry sleeve badge. A good example, retaining original white paper backing. Has been worn GC.
British Army Cavalry Trumpeter's trade badge. A good brass example on four loops complete with its circular brass backing plate.
British Army Chaplain’s scarf. A scarce example of black silk, each end embroidered with the chaplain’s device surmounted with a King’s Crown. To the left side medal ribbons of the 1914/15 Star, BWM,VM, 1939/45 Star, Africa Star, 1st Army clasp, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal, War Medal. Also with loops for the wearing of the full size medals. Bullion remains bright, Slight service wear GC.
British Army cloth trade badge Scarce old example of crossed rifles over 'M'
British Army Driver-Mechanic unofficial DM over wingewd wheel embroidered on khaki. Removed from uniform.
British Army Generals Cap Badge. A well paddedearly post 1953 General's bullion example sewn onto red backing (probaby for display).
British Army Generals Cap Badge. A well paddedearly post 1953 General's bullion example sewn onto red backing (probaby for display).
British Army Infantry & Cavalry Box Pattern Spurs. A good clean pair. GC.
British Army Lieutenant General's Slip On Rank Slides A good pre 1953 pair
British Army Light Dragoons Officer's Beret. This is an issue pattern bark blue beret with a gold wire bullion Officers Cap Badge. Has been worn.
British Army Marksman's sleeve badge. A fine scarce late Victorian / Edwardian example embroidered on a black background.
British Army Marksman's sleeve badge. A fine scarce late Victorian / Edwardian example embroidered on a black background.
British Army Non-Fraternisation Card Leaflet Issued to men of the 21 Army Group March 1945.
British Army Officer's Mid to Late Victorian Foreign Service Kepi / Forage Cap. A very rare example of white calico material, with leather edging to the peak. The interior with soft leather sweatband and cotton lining, this bearing a tailor's stamp of S.W. Silver & Co 67 Cornhill. The cap retaining original calico neck flap and white cotton cover. Slight storage wear Near VGC. This style of cap is seen worn by British Officers during the Crimea War, Indian Mutiny, and the later Military campaigns of Victoria's Army.
British Army Officer\'s Bullion Sword Knot. A good bright example, terminating with an acorn devise. Retaining bullion lace strap. GC.
British Army Other Ranks WW1 Style 1922 Pattern Utility Tunic A good clean example of the pattern introduced in 1922 and virtually the same as the 1908 pattern OR's Trench tunic. This example being the utility pattern with no pleats to the pocket. Complete with scarce dark brown WW2 issue economy plastic buttons. The interior retaining issue label see image. Overall GC good clean condition, one small hole to the front. Has been worn.
British Army rare WW2 Field Security armband Green three and half inch band with one and a quarter inch central grey stripe with bearing black embroidered letters “FS”. White Sergeant\'s stripes printed thereon. Green soft cotton lining. Some service wear. Field Security part of the Intelligence Corps and had anti-espionage and security role.
British Army Rifles Bugler's arm badge. A fine die-stamped pair of conjoined bugles on loops.
British Army scarce Edwardian Bandsman’s cloth arm badge. A fine heavily embroidered example on scarlet. Removed from uniform but generally in very good condition.
British Army scarce Edwardian Bandsman’s cloth arm badge. A fine heavily embroidered example on scarlet. Removed from uniform but generally in very good condition.
British Army scarce Victorian Bandsman’s cloth arm badge. Crowned harp and crossed trumpets embroidered on scarlet. Removed from unifor, slight service wear.
British Army Scout scarce pre WWI brass arm badge used in India. A good die-cast example. Laurel wreath with "S" to voided centre. Loops See “British Army Proficiency Badges” by Edwards & Langley , 51A
British Army. Cavalry Trumpeter\'s arm badge A good example embroidered onto black. Some moth and service wear.
British Cavalry, Best Swordsman in Troop cloth badge. Large (3 1/4 inches high) embroidered crossed swords surmounted by a five pointed star on khaki in excellent condition.
British Chaplain to the Forces scarf. A scarce example of black material, each end embroidered with the chaplain’s CF device surmounted with a King’s Crown. Bullion remains bright, Slight service wear GC.
British Cold War Period Parachute Qualification Wings. A padded pair unissued, accompanied by a flat pair, these have been worn. GC (2 items)
British Guiana Militia Cap Badge. A good die-stamped brass example on loops.
British Guiana Volunteer Force brass cap badge circa 1948-52. A good die-stamped British made example on loops. Set on crossed swords a crowned laurel wreath on title scroll; centrally a galleon in full sail within strap “Damas Petimusque Victim”.
British Guiana Volunteer Force Cap Badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops. British made. Set on crossed swords a crowned laurel wreath on title scroll; centrally a galleon in full sail within strap “Dramus Petimusquo Vicissim”.
British Honduras Defence Force or Volunteer Guard cap badge. Brass Fixing: Loops Condition: VGC
British Honduras Defence Force scarce post 1928 bronze cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops (slight verdigris to base of loops).
British Honduras Police helmet badge by Firmin, London A good nearly three inch high die-stamped white metal example on long named slide. Crowned circlet inscribed “British Honduras Police”; shield to centre divided in three with Union Flag, tools and a ship in full sail.
British Indian / Irish. 101st Royal Bengal Fusiliers OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped brass example on toned black loops North and South. Flaming grenade, the ball bearing strap “Royal Bengal Fusiliers” with pierced stencilled “101” to centre. Slight service wear. (KK 577) In 1861 the former HEIC regiment 1st European Bengal Fusiliers was transferred to the British Establishment as the 101st (Royal Bengal Fusiliers) becoming the 1st Bn. The Royal Munster Fusiliers on Friday 1st July, 1881 whilst under the command of Lt.Col. Montagu Hall.
British Indian / Irish. 102nd Royal Madras Fusiliers scarce Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped brass example on brass loops North and South. Flaming grenade, the ball bearing strap “Royal Madras Fusiliers” with pierced stencilled “102” to centre. (KK 578) Became 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers on Friday 1st July 1881
British Indian / Irish. 103rd Royal Bombay Fusiliers Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good scarce die-stamped brass example on brass loops (East and West). Flaming grenade, atop “103”. (KK 580) Under Cardwell’s reforms, the 103rd became 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers on Friday 1st July 1881.
British Indian. 106th (Bombay Light Infantry) Regiment Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-1881. A good scarce die-stamped brass example. Crowned curled bugle horn set on laurel wreath with “106” to voided centre; across the base of the laurels a tri-part scroll, “Bombay Light Infantry”. Reverse with brass loops East and West. (KK 583) In 1861 the 2nd Bombay Light Infantry Regiment was transferred to the British Establishment as the 106th Bombay Light Infantry, becoming the 2nd Battalion The Durham Light Infantry in 1881.
British May 1918 3rd Army Traffic Map. This scarce example shows routes in the North East area of Abbeville. Also gives details of speed limits for various forms of transport. Has been used Condition: GC
British Military Mission to Greece post 1942 WW2 “formation sign”. Bullion crowned blue and white embroidered shield worn suspended from leather thong from right breast pocket. Very good condition
British Reinforcement Training Centre (India) WW2 pair of formation signs. A good facing pair. Each printed with a British bulldog superimposed on a yellow five pointed star.British Reinforcement Training Centre (India) WW2 pair of formation signs. Removed from uniform, a little service wear.
British Security Co-ordination rare WW2 brass cap badge. A scarce die-stamped example by Scully. Yellow brass laurel wreath surmounted by a Crown, across and below the wreath a tri-part scroll inscribed “British Security Co-ordination”. Minor verdigris to base of loops, VGC . See “Some Talk of Private Armies” by Len Whittaker, No.12. This Special Forces unit was raised in New York in January 1941 and disbanded there in December 1945.
British Solomon Islands Protectorate Defence Force scarce cap badge. A fine die-cast blackened brass example with two loops to reverse. Very good condition. The Islands were discovered in 1568 and made a British Protectorate in 1893.
British Transport Police helmet plate. A good example with loops to reverse.
BRITISH WAR CORRESPONDENT brass shoulder title A well cast example on loops
BRITISH WAR CORRESPONDENT WW2 slip-on shoulder title A good gold wire embroidered example on dark green cloth. Two black tapes to reverse
British West Indies Regiment brass cap badge A goo die-stamped example on slider
Brussels Sub Area scarce formation sign. A good Silk embroidered yellow cross on a blue shield. VGC
BTS scarce pair of Boys Technical School brass shoulder titles. Complete with backing plates. (Westlake 1618) Originally formed in the 1920’s at Chepstow as The Boys Technical School, altered to The Army Technical School then to The Army Apprentices School
Buckinghamshire Battalion WW2 plastic economy cap badge A fine scarce example on blades. (KK 2267)
Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service Cap Badge. A good example with loops. GC.
Bucks Battalion, Oxf * Bucks. LI Cap Badge. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on slider
BUFFS pair of East Kent Regiment cloth shoulder titles White on red pair removed from battledress
Burma Army Service Corps OR’s cap badge. A scarce cast brass example. Loops VGC
Burma Army Signals head-dress badge. Well cast example on slider similar to British oval pattern with peacock in place of Crown.
Burma Pioneers Contingent WW1 cap badge circa 1915. A good scarce cast brass example on flat integral loops. Flaming grenade resting on voided "Burma Cot." scroll.
Burma Rifles Cast Cap Badge A good white metal example on loops
Burma Rifles Silver Badge A good example on loops and stamped Silver to the reverse.
Burma. Rangoon Volunteer Rifles helmet plate circa 1880. Rare die-stamped white metal example on loops. Maltese cross bearing strap “Rangoon V. Rifles”; strung bugle to domed centre.
Burma: Rangoon Battalion Burma Military Police rare cap / pagribadge. A good cast white metal example on original pagri pin. Crowned quoit over “BMP” resting on “Rangoon Bn.” scroll; crossed kukris to voided centre.
Burmese Army bronze cap badge by Firmin, London. A good die stamped example on slider.
Burmese Army gilt cap badge by Firmin, London. A fine die-stamped example on slider
BUX / 1 (Aylesbury) Bucks. Home Guard WW2 designation. Printed two part example complete with two additional “1” Commanded by Lt.Col. H.M. Edwards, OBE
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C / 4 / CHESHIRE post 1908 brass cadet shoulder title. Good example om three loops.
C / 4 / QUEEN’S brass Royal West Surrey shoulder title. Three loops to reverse. Very good condition
C OF W / VOLUNTEERS brass City of Westminster Vols. VTC shoulder title by JR Gaunt, London. A good example on loops.
C OF W / VOLUNTEERS brass City of Westminster Vols. VTC shoulder title by JR Gaunt, London. Good example on loops
C OF W / VOLUNTEERS brass City of Westminster Vols. VTC shoulder title. Good example on loops.
CABLE & WIRELESS scarce WW2 Brass Shoulder Title A fine example on loops. Worn by units of Cable & Wireless serving with Armed Forces overseas. Formed in 1944, personnel had similar status to that of War Correspondents.
Cadet Force Printed Cloth Shoulder Titles. A good uncut black on khaki pair. Have been stored folded.
CADETS / 23 Bn. / LONDON REGT. rare brass shoulder title. Two loops to reverse. Complete with backing plate. Minor staining at 2 o'clock. Good condition
CADETS / WARWICKSHIRE Brass Shoulder Title. A good example on loops.
Cairo Civil Defence Force cap badge. Well cast gilt brass example on slider.
Calcutta Light Horse Officers Foreign Service Helmet. A rare inter war period Bombay Bowler pattern helmet retaining Regimental pagri badge. The interior with original leather sweatband and part leather chin strap. Also original paper tailors label stating specially made for the Calcutta Light Horse. The helmet is with some age storage wear, crown dented and wear to the pagri badge. In March 1943, members of the CLH sailed on the barge “Phoebe” on a daring mission to Goa where they sank the German ship “Ehrenfels”. In 1980 this remarkable mission was made into a film “The Sea Wolves. The Last Charge of the Calcutta Light Horse”.
Calcutta Scottish Officer’s unmarked silver glengarry badge. Retaining both loops to the reverse and with makers details of Hamilton & Co, Calcutta. VGC (see Cox 2724 for similar example). Formed as Calcutta Scottish Volunteers on 1st August 1911 becoming 44th Calcutta Scottish on 1st April 1917 and Calcutta Scottish 14th October 1920.
CAMB & COUNTY / OTC / SCHOOL brass shoulder title. Complete with backing plate, two loops and split pin GC.
Cambridge Volunteers VTC scarce bronze cap badge. A good die-cast cast example retaining loops to the reverse, VGC
Cambridgeshire Militia Officer’s helmet plate circa 1878-81. A fine and scarce silvered example of universal crowned star pattern bearing a laurel wreath and circlet inscribed “Cambridgeshire Militia”; castle to centre. Three loops to reverse (top one a replacement). Crown reaffixed otherwise GC. Raised 3rd September 1759 at Ely; became 4th Bn. Suffolk Regiment on Friday 1st July 1881.
Cambridgeshire Regiment Officer's cap badge. A good scarce die-cast example on blades.A little service wear.
Cambridgeshire Regiment scarce OR’s cap badge. Bi-metal example with “South Africa 1900-01” scroll below. Retaining slider GC (KK 1816)
Cambridgeshire Regiment scarce OSD cap badge. A scarce cast bronze example with “South Africa 1900-01” scroll below. Retaining both blades. GC. as KK 1816
Cambridgeshire Regiment scarce WW2 plastic cap badge. A good example on replacement blades. Slight deterioration
Cambridgeshire University OTC OSD bronze cap badge. A good example on blades.
Cambridgeshire University Rifle Volunteers cap badge A good white metal die-stamped example retaining slider. (KK 1809)
Cambridgshire Regiment post 1908 wrongly spelt cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on sliuder.
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1953-68. A very fine scarce silver plated. Within a crowned thistle wreath, the Mullet over a strung bugle surmounted by a Crown, to the centre, below the wreath a scroll inscribed “The Scottish Rifles”. Complete with seeded backing plate and four screw posts to reverse. VGC Cameronians disbanded in 1968.
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Victorian OR's glengarry badge. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on loops. (KK 630)
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Victorian OR\'s glengarry badge. A fine die-stamped blackened brass example on loops.
Campaign Service Medal clasp Borneo Miniature Medal Mounted Court Style as originally worn. Good Condition.
Canada. 39th Norfolk Rifles Victorian glengarry badge. A die-stamped brass example with replacement loops to reverse. Slight distortion.
Canada. 96th Lake Superior Regiment bronze cap badge. Good die-stamped example with oval Hicks & Sons, London cartouche applied to reverse. Loops to reverse. Good condition.
Canada. Highland Cadets of Montreal glengarry badge by W Scully, Monreal. A fine die-stamped yellow brass example on loops. Verdigris to base of loops otherwise fine. “Scottish Regimental Badges 1793-1971” by W & K Bloomer No. 489
Canada. Lincoln Regiment Officer’s silver & gilt cap badge circa 1920-36. A very fine die-cast example by J.R. Gaunt & Son, Montreal. Made in England. Loops VGC Amalgamated with Welland Regiment in 1936.
Canadian 116th(Ontario County) Bn. CEF WW1 bronze Cap Badge A good die-stamped example on loops (one with contemporary strengthening repair)
Canadian 119th Algoma Bn WW1 CEF bronze cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops. Battalion sailed for Europe on 9th August 1916 with 32 officers and 935 OR’s under the command of Lt.Col. T. Rowland
Canadian 11th Hussars Cap Badge Circa 1922. A scarce die stamped example, retaining original slider. GC.
Canadian 128th (Moose Jaw) Bn. CEF WW1 bronze Cap Badge A fine die-stamped example on loops.
Canadian 12th Manitoba Dragoons cap badge by JR Gaunt, Montreal A good die-stamped brass example
Canadian 12th Railway Troops CEF bronze cap badge by JR Gaunt, London. A good scarce example on loops with JR Gaunt, London tablet to reverse. Red cloth insert.
Canadian 12th Railway Troops CEF bronze cap badge by JR Gaunt, London. A good scarce example on loops with JR Gaunt, London tablet to reverse. Red cloth insert.
Canadian 137th (Calgary) Bn. CEF WW1 bronze Cap Badge A good die-stamped example on loops, very minor verdigris to reverse.
Canadian 138th (Edmonton) Bn. CEF WW1 bronze Cap Badge by Jackson Bros. A good die-stamped example on loops.
Canadian 139th (Northumberland, Ontario) Bn. CEF WW1 bronze Cap Badge A good die-stamped example on loops
Canadian 187th (Central Alberta) Battalion CEF Officer’s cap badge by Black.. A good scarce die-stamped bronze example on loops with silver "187" and "Canada" overlay. Maker's name indistinct.
Canadian 19th Lincoln Regiment cap badge by JR Gaunt & Son, London. A fine scarce die-cast bronze example on loops. Circular Gaunt plate to reverse
Canadian 1st British Columbia Depot Bn. CEF cap badge. A good die-stamped bronze example on loops (one replaced)
Canadian 1st British Columbia Depot Bn. CEF cap badge. Good die-stamped bronze example on flat style loops
Canadian 200th (Winnipeg) Bn. WW1 CEF Officer’s cap badge. A good die-cast light bronzed example on loops with silvered “200” Raised in Winnipeg 1916. Sailed for Europe 3rd May 1917 under the command of Lt. Col. A.L. Bonnycastle.
Canadian 212nd American Legion CEF WW1 Cap Badge A good die-stamped bronzed copper example on loops.
Canadian 3rd Bn (Toronto Regt) WW1 CEF brass cap badge A fine die-stamped example on loops
Canadian 48th Highlanders of Canada white metal glengarry badge by Ellis Bros. A good die-stamped example on long loops
Canadian 4th Pioneer. Bn WW1 CEF bronze cap badge. A good bronze example on loops.
Canadian 4th Railway Troops WW1 bronze CEF cap badge A fine scarce die-cast example on loops, with voided square bearing brass square on maroon cloth.
Canadian 4th Railway Troops WW1 bronze CEF cap badge A fine scarce die-cast example on loops, with voided square bearing brass square on maroon cloth.
Canadian 4th Railway Troops WW1 bronze CEF cap badge by JR Gaunt A good die-stamped example on loops w; "JR Gaunt London" tablet to reverse.
Canadian 67th Bn (Western Scots) WW1 CEF brass glengarry badge. A good die-stamped example on old replacement loops/ Raised 15th August 1915 at Victoria, British Columbia. Sailed for Europe on 271st April 1916 under the command of Lt.Col. L.Ross (31 officers; 1045 other ranks)
Canadian 67th Bn (Western Scots) WW1 CEF Officer silver plated glengarry badge. A die-stamped example on loops. Raised 15th August 1915 at Victoria, British Columbia. Sailed for Europe on 271st April 191...
Canadian 67th Bn (Western Scots) WW1 CEF officer's silver plated glengarry badge. A good scarce example on loops Raised 15th August 1915 at Victoria, British Columbia. Sailed for Europe on 271st April 1916 under the command of Lt.Col. L.Ross (31 officers; 1045 other ranks)
Canadian 72nd (Seaforth Highlanders) Bn. CEF WW1 white metal GlengarryBadge A good die-stamped example on lead strengthened loops.
Canadian 7th Fusiliers cap badge Good die-stamped brass example on loops
Canadian 8th Reconnaissance Regiment WW2 cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped on loops. Formed at Guillemont Barracks, Aldershot 11th March, 1941 under Lt. Col. Churchill C. Mann.
Canadian Air Service Badge A good bronze die-stamped example retaining both loops. GC
Canadian Army Dental Corps WW1 cap badge
Canadian Army Dental Corps WW1 cap badge WWI CEF die-stamped bronze example on loops
Canadian Artillery WWI 9th Overseas Siege Battery CEF cap badge. A rare die-stamped example, with slightly pickle bronze finish. Fixings to reverse absent GC Organized 15th July 1916 at Saint John, New Brunswick.
Canadian Artillery WWI 9th Overseas Siege Battery CEF cap badge. A rare die-stamped bronze example, with slightly pickled finish. Fixings to reverse absent Organized 15th July 1916 at Saint John, New Brunswick.
Canadian Boer War Victorian slouch hat badge. A good scarce die-stamped bronzed Maple Leaf example on flat loops.
Canadian British Columbia Provincial Police Officer's Gilt Cap Badge by JR Gaunt, Montreal. Made in England. A good scarce die-cast example on loops. Some wear to gilt. Dissolved 15 August 1950
Canadian Cape Breton Highlanders bi-metal glengarry badge. A good die-stamped bronze example on loops with white metal overlay (slight movement)
Canadian Carleton York brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops.
Canadian cavalry. WW2 8th Princess Louise\'s Hussars brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped unissued example on loops.
Canadian early Vancouver Police Helmet Plate A fine scarce die-cast blackened braas crowned star example mounted with white metal title circlet with "96" to centre. Two loops to reverse.
Canadian Grey & Simcoe Foresters cap badge circa 1936-52 by Scully, Montreal. A good die-stamped bi-metal example (of Notts & Derby design) on loops. Faint maker's mark to reverse.
Canadian Intelligence Corps WW2 cap badge by Scully, Montreal. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example on loops. Formed 29th October 1942 by Major John Page in Ottawa.
Canadian Manitoba Mounted Rifles cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on loops (one bent)
Canadian Memorial Cross Box. A good example. GC.
Canadian Military HQ WW1 silver badge Die-cast maple leaf bearing “Canadian Military H.Q.” (London) on original brooch pin. Reverse impressed “Sterling Silver”. (Cox 937)
Canadian Militia 62nd St. John Fusiliers scarce brass cap badge. A good die-stamped brass flaming grenade with \"62\" to the ball. Loops. A little service wear.
Canadian North Nova Scotia Highlanders (MG) WW2 glengarry badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on replacement loops
Canadian North Nova Scotia Highlanders WW2 glengarry badge A good die-stamped white metal example on replacement loops
Canadian Pacific Railway Police Cap Badge. A fine scarce die-stamped yellow brass example on loops.
Canadian Railway Construction Corps CEF cap badge by W. Scully A good die-stamped bronze brooched example. (Cox 870)
Canadian Remount Depot WW1 CEF bronze cap badge. A fine die-stamped bronze example on loops.
Canadian scarce 3rd DAC CEF Artillery WW1 Cap Badge by Birks 1916 A good die-stamped bronze example on loops (possibly period replacements)
Canadian Simcoe Foresters Badge A fine die-stamped brass with JR Gaunt, Montreal tablet to reverse. Loops
Canadian Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry white metal cap badge circa 1932-41. A good die-stamped example on loops (light verdigris to bases).
Canadian The Lake Superior Regiment cap badge. A WW2 inferior quality die-stamped bi-metal example on loops. Old lacquer.
Canadian The Sault Ste. Marie & Sudbury Regiment Cap Badge,. A good die-stamped white metal example on loops.
Canadian WW1 10th Halifax Siege Battery Artillery CEF cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped bronze example with solid crown and applied centre. Short blades replaced with loops.
Canadian WW1 12th Bn. CEF bronze cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops. Reverse with vague maker\'s name.
Canadian WW1 12th Bn. CEF Officer's silvered cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on long loops.
Canadian WW1 12th Bn. CEF Officer's silvered cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on long loops.
Canadian WW1 196th (Western Universities) Bn CEF Cap Badge. A fine die-stamped bronze example with loops to the reverse.
Canadian WW1 198th CEF Cap Badge A good die-stamped example by P.W. Ellis, retaining original flat loops now pinched GC.
Canadian WW1 202 (Sportsmens) Bn CEF Cap Badge. A die-stamped bronze example retaining one of two loops. Usual \"vague\" reverse.
Canadian WW1 207th (Ottawa Carleton) CEF Cap Badge. A good die-stamped bronze example retaining loops GC. CO Lt Col Charles Wesley MacLean; due to its prowess at sport it attracted the nickname \"MacLean\'s Athletes\".
Canadian WW1 207th (Ottawa Carleton) CEF Cap Badge. A fine scarce die-stamped bronze example on loops.
Canadian WW1 212 CEF Cap Badge. A good die struck example with loops. GC. Makers details of Ellis Bros.
Canadian WW1 224th Forestry Bn CEF Cap Badge. A good die stamp brass example retaining loops GC. Ottawa raised unit CO Lieut-Col. A McDougall. Sailed for Europe May 1916 therafter becoming a Forestry Unit
Canadian WW1 226th Bn. A good die-stamped bronze example retaining loops GC. Manitoba raised Bn. CO Lieut-Col. R. A. Gillespie. Sailed for England in 1916.
Canadian WW1 33rd Battalion CEF bronze cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops with old red felt shaped backing cloth.
Canadian WW1 37th Battalion CEF bronze cap badge by JW Tiptaft, Birmingham A good scarce die-stamped bronze example on slider.
Canadian WW1 51st Battalion CEF bronze cap badge by R.J. Inglis Limited A good die-cast example on loops.
Canadian WW1 66th Battalion CEF bronze cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slat style loops.
Canadian WW1 67th University of Toronto Battery Artillery cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped bronze example with solid crown and applied centre. One of two blades to reverse.
Canadian WW1 6th CEF Cap Badge A good example retaining loops. Maker\'s details of W.J.Dingly B\'ham. White metal overlay lacking one securing wire.
Canadian WW1 81st Bn. CEF bronze cap badge. A good die-cast example on loops.
Canadian WW1 88th (Victoria Fusiliers) Bn. CEF cap badge. A good die-stamped lightly bronzed example on loops. (Cox 583)
Canadian WW1/WW2 General Service Cap Badge A good die-stamped brass example on slider
Canadian WW2 pair of 1st Canadian AGRA canvas formation signs. Good pair removed from battledress
Canadian WW2 Royal 22nd Regiment cap badge. A good bi-metal example on slider. Saw fierce fighting in Italy
Canadian WWI era silver & enamel mufti badge. Reverse impressed 'Sterling' and issue no. '33183'. Fixing: Screw post Condition: VGC
Canadian WWI Machine gun Corps / 2nd Machine Gun Battalion CEF cap badge by Tiptaft, B'ham.. A good die stamped brass example on loops. (Cox 835)
Canadian. 121st (Western Irish) Bn. CEF WW1 bronze cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops.
Canadian. 16th/22nd Saskatchewan Horse brass cap badge circa 1936-41.. A good die-stamped example on loops. Formed 15th April 1936, 1st May 1941 amalgamated with Prince Albert & Battlefield Volunteers.
Canadian. 2nd Special Service Bn. CEF scarce bronze cap badge Loops replaced with lead soldered examples
Canadian. 4th Labour Bn. WWI CEF bronze cap badge. Die-cast with white metal overlay. Loops (Cox 868)
Canadian. Royal 22nd Regiment WW2 bi-metal cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops. During WW2 it formed part of the 3rd Canadian Infantry Brigade and the 1st Canadian Infantry Division. Saw heavy fighting Italy, (where Captain Paul Triquet was awarded the Victoria Cross) and later in the Netherlands and northwest Germany.
Canadian. St. Andrews's College Cadets scarce glengarry badge. A good die-stamped example on loops with tablet to reverse "Made in England". See Bloomer 490.
Canadian. Victoria and Haliburton Regiment OR’s cap badge by W. Scully Ltd. Montreal A good die-stamped brass example on loops. Raised 19th November 1866 as 45th West Durham Battalion of Infantry; after various changes in title it was disbanded 14th February 1936
Canadian. West Nova Scotia Regiment WW2 brass cap badge with A die-stamped example with minor service wear and a little verdigris to reverse. Formed 1936. Took part in Operation Husky, the 1943 Allied invasion of Sicily and fought through Italy.
Canadian. WW2 RCAF WAG (Wireless Air Gunner) bullion brevet. A fine scarce Far East made example sewn to rectangular metal plate with pin fitting.
Canadian. WWI 16th (Columbia Scottish) Bn CEF white metal cap/glengarry badge A fine die-stamped white metal example on three loops. Crowned saltire on “Deas Gu Cath”; 16 to centre.
Canadian: 218th (Edmonton Irish) Bn. CEF bronze cap badge. A good die stamped example on loops. 1916 raised Battalion which sailed for Europe on 17th February 1917 under the command of Lt.Col. J Cornwall (30 officers; 883 other ranks)
Canadian: New Brunswick Scottish OR’s bi-metal glengarry badge by Scully Ltd. Montreal A good die-stamped example on loops (one replaced).
Canford School OTC cap badge (Dorset/Hampshire border) . A good die-stamped brass example on loops.
Cape Medical Staff Corps Casualty Queen’s South Africa Medal. Awarded to Private F.P. Crawley CMSC, who died of disease on the 9th December 1900. Bears three clasps “Cape Colony”, “Orange Free State”, “Transvaal”. GC Private F.P. Crawley is confirmed as serving with the Cape Medical Staff Corps and is shown as dying of disease at Winburg on the 9th December 1900.
Carte de Visite of a Norfolk Regiment Officer in undress uniform circa 1881-1901. Head and shoulders portrait by D. Honie late Mann & Adcock, Norwich. Slight foxing.
Cav Arm Badge
CAV rare Caithness Artillery Volunteers white metal Scottish shoulder title. A fine example on flat style loops. See “The Volunteer Artillery” by Litchfield & Westlake, Fig 52
CBE, DSO, MBE, WW1 Miniature Medal Group of Seven. This group remains mounted as originally worn. Comprising: CBE, DSO (Damaged), MBE, 1914/15 Star, BWM, VM, MID, Defence Medal. GC. .... Accompanied by uniform medal ribbon bar.
Central India Horse bronze 1895 India General Service Medal, clasp “Relief of Chitral 1895”. A scarce good example awarded to “538 Muleteer Debi 1st C.I. Horse C.I. Dept”. GC. No knocks.
Central Midland District printed formation sign. White crossed swords, pike and lobster tail helmet printed on red rectangle. GC Unissued condition
Central Midlands District WW2 printed formation sign. A fine example. White crossed swords, pike and lobster tail helmet printed on red rectangle.
Central Midlands District WW2 printed formation sign. A fine example. White crossed swords, pike and lobster tail helmet printed on red rectangle.
CEYLON ARTILLERY scarce Cloth Shoulder Title Red embroidered on navy.
Ceylon Artillery scarce OSD bronze collar badge / Field Service cap badge Good die-cast example on two loops.
Ceylon Artillery scarce OSD bronze collar badge / Field Service cap badge Good die-cast example on two loops.
Ceylon Artillery scarce OSD bronze collar badge / Field Service cap badge Good die-cast example on two loops.
Ceylon Artillery scarce silvered collar badge / Field Service cap badge Good die-cast example on two loops.
Ceylon Engineers GvR die-stamped white metal cap badge A good cast example on slider.
Ceylon Light Infantry post 1881 Victorian Officer’s helmet plate. A very fine and rare British made silvered example of universal crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter, the mirrored centre mounted with gilt Prince of Wales’s plumes. To the base of the wreath, an applied silver tri-part scroll “Ceylon Light Infantry” . Three loops to reverse. VGC Raised in 1st April, 1881 as a single battalion with 14 companies under the command of Lt. Col. John Scott Armitage. Colonel of the Regiment was HRH Albert Edward, the Prince of Wales.
Ceylon Medical Corps cap badge. A scarce well cast brass example on flat integral loops. RAMC design but with “Ceylon Medical Corps” scroll 1881 formed as Bearer Section of Ceylon Light Infantry; 1911 redesignated Ceylon Volunteer Medical Corps and Ceylon Medical Corps in 1918.
Ceylon Planters Rifle Corps Edwardian helmet plate circa 1901-10. A fine rare die-stamped blackened brass British made example on loops. Crowned circlet inscribed \"Ceylon Planters Rifle Corps\" resting in a wreath of tea plants, EVIIR cypher to voided centre; across the base of the wreath, a tri-part scroll inscribed \"Unitas Salus Nostra\". Raised in 1901 as an Infantry battalion with eight companies under the command of Colonel R.N. Farquharson, a retired Naval Captain. Saw service in the Boer War about which General Kitchener said “The Ceylon Contingent did very good work in South Africa I only wish we had more of them.”
Ceylon Police Hambantota District, Southern Province Badge. A large rare circular example in native silver with applied crown and letters.. I & C absent from "District" - pin fitting (actual pin absent, fittings intact"
Ceylon Railway Engineer Regiment cap badge A fine scarce die-stamped brass example on slider by Dowler, Birmingham (Cox 1013)
Ceylon Railway Engineer Regiment die-stamped brass cap badge A good scarce example by Dowler, Birmingham. Slider to reverse. Very good condition.
Ceylon Railway Engineer Regiment die-stamped brass cap badge by Dowler, Birmingham A fine scarce example on slider. (Cox 1013)
Ceylon Railway Engineer Regiment facing pair of collar badges. A scarce die-stamped brass pair on loops (one slightly duller than the other. (as Cox 1013)
Ceylon Railway Engineer Regiment large and small buttons by Firmin, London. A fine pair bearing CREC monograms. Shanks
Ceylon Rifle Corps lion’s head whistle boss. A scarce example from an Officer’s pouch belt. Gilt metal lion’s mask mounted on burnish silver disk with raised edge. Applied scroll above the mask “Ceylon”, another below “Rifle Corps”. Two screw posts to reverse and short section of chain remains. VGC
CGB / RWAFF brass post 1928 Gold Coast Battalion, Royal West African Frontier Force shoulder title. A good scarce British made blackened example on loops. West African Frontier Force raised in 1897 by Frederick Lugard, British Commissioner for Northern Nigeria; “Royal” title bestowed in 1928 when reorganised.
CHESHIRE Boer War brass shoulder title. A good example on loops.
Cheshire Constabulary King\'s crown police night helmet plate A fine example on three loops
Cheshire insignia. White embroidered on red shoulder title ... pair of bi-metal collar badges ... maroon and buff Cheshire ACF formation sign. Cloth with service wear.
Cheshire Regiment General Service Medal Clasp This example was awarded to “4104012 Cpl W Phipps Ches R”. Small edge knocks. GC
Cheshire Regiment Officer\'s OSD Cap Badge. A good example, of the post 1922 pattern, retaining both blades. VGC.
Cheshire Regiment Officer\'s silvered, gilt and green enamel cap badge. A fine die-cast 3 cm example on long loops.
Cheshire Regiment Officer’s large forage cap star. A very fine 45 mm silvered, gilt and translucent green enamel example by Firmin, London. Two loops to reverse. Excellent condition. (KK 1960)
Cheshire Regiment WW2 period OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
Cheshire Regiment WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A good example lacking blades.
Cheshire Regiment WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A good example lacking blades.
Cheshire Rifle Volunteers Victorian OR's button by Cross & Morgan,Plymouth, A good white metal example complete with shank.
Cheshire Rifle Volunteers Victorian OR’s white metal button by Cross & Morgan, Plymouth.. A fine example retaining shank to reverse.
Chigwell School OTC blackened brass Essex cap badge. A good die-stamped Bishop’s mitre on loops. (KK 2526)
Chigwell School OTC brass Essex cap badge A good die-stamped example on loops. Slight staining
CHILE WW2 cloth nationality shoulder title. Worn on British Army battledress blouse Condition: VGC
Chindits (3rd Indian Division) WW2 embroidered formation sign. A good Yellow embroidered Burmese Dragon (Chinthern) on blue felt disc. GC Special Force commanded by Major-General Orde Wingate DSO who tragically died in an air crash 24th March 1944.
Chindits (3rd Indian Division) WW2 embroidered formation sign. A good example, yellow Burmese Dragon (Chinthern) embroidered on blue felt disc. VGC. Special Force commanded by Major-General Orde Wingate DSO who tragically died in an air crash 24th March 1944.
Chindits (3rd Indian Division) WW2 formation sign. Yellow embroidered Burmese Dragon (Chinthern) on blue felt disc. Special Force commanded by Major-General Orde Wingate DSO who tragically died in an air crash 24th March 1944.
Chinese Labour Corps rare WW1 OR’s brass cap badge. A very rare thin die struck oval badge with raised border. to the centre “C.L.C.”. The two blades to the reverse have been removed and two small holes drilled for attachment to a cap. GC.
Chinese Labour Corps rare WW1 OR’s cap badge. Thin die struck oval badge with raised border. to the centre “C.L.C.”.Two replacement blades to reverse. Service wear, edges slightly ragged (not really visible from front)
Chitral Scouts cap badge. A good locally well cast white metal example on loops. Raised 1903 as Chitral State Scouts; redesignated Chitral Scouts in 1942. Transferred to Parkistan Establishment on Partition.
CHRIST'S COLLEGE FINCHLEY brass shoulder title. Elliptical solid type on loops. Minor surface verdigris. (Westlake 1289) Christ’s College Cadet Corps formed in 1912 affiliated to 7th Bn Middlesex Regt.; absorbed into 1st Cadet Bn in 1916.
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CHRIST’S COLLEGE / FINCHLEY brass shoulder title. Scarce die-cast example on loops. (Westlake 1289)
CHURCHER'S / OTC / COLLEGE brass shoulder title. Four loops to reverse. Good condition Petersfield, Hampshire
CHURCHER\'S / OTC / COLLEGE brass shoulder title A good example on four retaining brass backing plate Petersfield in Hampshire
Cinque Ports Rifle Volunteers post 1859 Officer’s waist belt clasp. A fine and exceedingly scarce silvered example. Circlet inscribed “Pro Aris et Focis”; centre bears Arms of the Cinque Posts. Universal pattern rococo ends. VGC
Citizens Volunteer Force "Winstons Bobbies" badge circa 1911. A rare die-stamped white metal circular CVF example on blades
Citizens Volunteer Force (Winston’s Bobbies) badge. Die-stamped white metal on stout pin, GC Armed force formed by Winston Churchill in 1911 following the Sydney Street Siege.
CITY / 1 / MANCHESTER WWI Pals bronze shoulder title. A good example complete with loops to the reverse. GC 16th (1st City) Service Bn. Manchester Regt. raised 28th August 1914.
CITY / 1 / MANCHESTER WWI Pals “Kitchener’s Army” bronze shoulder title. A good scarce example on loops. Good contition. Worn by 16th (1st City) Service Bn. Manchester Regt. raised 28th August 1914.
CITY / 8 / MANCHESTER WWI Kitchener\'s Army \"Manchester Pals\" bronze shoulder title A good example retaining both loops to the reverse. GC 23rd (8th City) Service Bn. Manchester Regt. raised 21st November 1914.
City Imperial Volunteers Boer War brass CIV slouch hat badge / title. A fine scarce example on loops
City Imperial Volunteers Boer War brass slouch hat badge / title. A good scarce example on loops. Touch on lead solder to reverse.
City Imperial Volunteers Boer War brass slouch hat badge / title. A good scarce example on loops. Touch of lead solder to reverse.
City Imperial Volunteers Boer War slouch hat badge / title. Brass letters CIV with two loops to reverse. GC
City of Bristol Gloucestershire Rifle Volunteers Victorian glengarry badge. A good, rare OR’s die-stamped blackened brass example on loops. 20 is Gloucestershire Rifle Vols. precedence number.
City of Exeter Athletes Volunteer Force WW1 VTC bronze cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example on slider. (KK 1594)
City of Exeter Athletes Volunteer Force WWI VTC cap badge. A scarce die-stamped bronze example. Slider re-affixed with lead solder. GC (KK 1594)
City of Glasgow Artillery OR’s pair of brass collar badges circa 1955-61. Gun surmounted by an oak tree bearing a robin and a bell (from the City’s arms) surmounted by a Crown resting on a scroll inscribed “Ubique”. Below the field gun, a tri-part scroll inscribed “City of Glasgow Artillery”. Complete with loops. 280th Field Regiment Royal Artillery.
City of London (Rough Riders) WW2 era Officer's bullion field service cap badge. A fine scarce gold wire embroidered RR on silver wire spur. Padded blue cloth ground.
City of London Cadets brass cap badge. A good example on slider. Die-stamped flaming grenade of Royal Fusiliers format but with City shield on the ball.
City of London Crested China Cenotaph This example by the Arcadian China Company. To the front the Arms of the City of London. Height 5 1/2 inches. GC
City of London Imperial Yeomanry Cadets scarce brass cap badge. A rare die cast example comprising a Crowned City of London shield resting on a scroll inscribed “I.Y.C.” all superimposed on crossed lances. Complete with slider VGC.
City of London Imperial Yeomanry, Rough Riders rare Officer's cap badge A very fine gilt example with pierced silver Arms to centre on blue cloth ground.
City of London Rough Riders scarce NCO’s bi-metal arm badge A fine die-stamped lead filled example on loops. (Cox 1357)
City of London Rough Riders scarce NCO’s bi-metal arm badge A fine die-stamped example of the standard lead filled pattern on loops.. (Cox 1357)
City of London Volunteer Corps WW1 VTC bronze cap badge with JR Gaunt, London tablet to reverse.. Fine die-stamped City Arms with winged helm. on loops. (KK 1645)
City of London Yeomanry (Rough Riders) NCO’s arm badge An excellent example with three loops to reverse. White spur mounted with bras "RR". Very good condition. 5.6 cm long.
City of London Yeomanry Rough Riders Sealed Pattern Badges.
City of London Yeomanry Sharpshooters cap badge by JR Gaunt, London. A superb pristine die-cast bi-metal example on loops retaining manufacturer's original lustre. (KK 2291)
City of London Yeomanry, Rough Riders OSD cap badge A rare die-cast example, with Firmin, London tablet to reverse. Retaining both blades, these with cracks to the base.
City of London Yeomanry, Rough Riders OSD cap badge. A fine scarce die-cast example by J&CO (Jennens) on blades; no evidence of bronzing.
City of London Yeomany Rough Riders Officers OSD Cap Badge by J & Co (Jennens). A fine scarce small die-cast bronze example on blades.
City of LondonYeomanry Rough Riders's OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider (fixed off cente)
City of Manchester Special Constable WW1 era Lapel Badge. A fine circular enamelled pinback example with issue number to reverse
City of Westminster bronze cap badge with JR Gaunt tablet to reverse. A good example on loops, a little wear to bronze finish.
Civil Air Guard Pre War Pilots Grouping of Wing, Badges Log Books etc. An extremely rare grouping of items appertaining to William Arthur Cowdrey a pre war member of Coventry and Wolverhampton flying clubs and volunteer in the Civil Air Guard. The grouping comprising: CAG Cloth flying suit pilot wings. ... CAG lapel badge. ... Private Pilots Log Book recording flights from the 18th December 1938 until 22nd May 1939, then restarts on the 28th June 1959 until 2nd October 1963. ... Various Pilots Licences. ... Royal Aero Club certificate etc. Overall GC. William Arthur Cowdrey was born in 1912 and during the late 1930's lived at Stourbridge Worcestershire. His official CAG number was 4372.
Civil Air Guard scarce WW2 embroidered arm badge. Civil Air Ensign worn on upper arm of flying suit. Formed in July 1938 by the Air Minister, Sir Kingsley Wood.
Civil Air Guard very scarce WW2 embroidered arm badge. Civil Air Ensign worn on upper arm of flying suit. Excellent condition. Formed in July 1938 by the Air Minister, Sir Kingsley Wood.
Civilian Issue Naval General Service Medal & RAF GSM A unusual pair comprising: Naval General Service Medal clasp \"Near East\" \"G.F. Webb\", General Service Medal \"Arabian Peninsula\" \"5070074 LAC G.F. Webb RAF\". Medals mounted as a pair as originally worn. GC.
Civilian Technical Corps rare WW2 (RAF) Officer's cap badge. Die-cast silver plated example slightly smaller than the OR's issue Two loops to reverse. GC Formed by US volunteers in 1941 to assist the RAF with technical skills, especially early radar, before USA entered the war. They wore RAF uniform with this cap badge. HQ at Bournemouth.
Civilian Technical Corps scarce WW2 (RAF) cap badge. Die-cast white metal example on loops. VGC Formed by US volunteers in 1941 to assist the RAF with technical skills, especially early radar, before USA entered the war. They wore RAF uniform with this cap badge. HQ at Bournemouth.
CLNG / V scarce WWI brass VTC shoulder title by J.R. Gaunt London A good example on loops. City of London National Guard was a WW1 VTC unit raised in the City.
Clyde Volunteer Brigade Bearer Company Edwardian helmet plate. (Medical) A fine and exceedingly rare white metal example of universal crowned star pattern example. To the centre, a voided Geneva Cross within a circlet inscribed “Bearer Company Clyde Volr. Brigade”. Three loops to reverse. VGC
Coast Artillery Training Centre SW District formation sign. Red diamond printed on navy rectangle. Very good condition
Coat of Arms OTC
Coatbridge Burgh Police chromed Scottish cap badge. A good die-stamped pre 1952 example on loops. Slight wear.
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.
Cold War Period 1961 Pilots Log Book. A good unused example printed October 1961. Clean condition.
Cold War Period 1965 Parachute Regiment Red Beret. A good worn example, with leather binding, anodised cap badge and to the lining a clear 1965 date stamp. Overall GC small hole to the right above the badge.
Cold War Period Airborne Forces Parachute Regiment Red Beret. This example is dated 1966 and tailored with a leather band. Retains a good colour, some surface moth traces. Cap Badge absent.
Cold War Period Airborne Forces Parachute Regiment Red Beret. This example is dated 1963 and tailored with a leather band. Complete with anodised Cap Badge. Retains a good colour, some surface moth traces and storage wear.
Cold War Period Airborne Forces Royal Military Police Officers Beret. A good 1958 issue example, complete with bullion Oficers cap badge, set against a maroon backing cloth. Clear issue stamps to the interior.
Cold War Period Army Air Corps Officers Beret. A good scarce example of the Regimental pattern pale blue beret with post 1953 bullion cap badge. The interior with tailors label of Hobson London. Minor service wear GC.
Cold War Period Civil Defence Instructor Civil Defence Sealed Patten Badge. A rare sealed pattern attached to original Inspectorate of Clothing card. This with wax seal and date 4th December 1953. This example of the badge with brooch pin fitting.
Cold War Period Civil Defence Proficiency Star Sealed Patten Badge. A rare sealed pattern attached to original Inspectorate of Clothing card. This with wax seal and date 21st January 1956
Cold War Period Civil Defence Scientific & Reconnaissance Sealed Patten Badge. A rare sealed pattern attached to original Inspectorate of Clothing card. This with wax seal and date 9th October 1959
Cold War Period Parachute Qualification Wings. A good worn pair. Flat with three press studs to the reverse. GC.
Cold War Period Parachute Regiment Pair of Cloth Shoulder Titles. A good unissued pair for the early post war period.
Cold War Period Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery Airborne Officers Beret. A very good example with EIIR bullion cap badge with the correct maroon backing cloth. Tailored with a leather edging. Some service wear Near VGC.
Cold War Period Queens Own Hussars Officers Herbert Johnson Beret. A scarce example, tailored by Herbert Johnson of London. Retaining bullion cap badge, this with slight age wear, see photograph. Good clean condition.
Cold War Period RAF Guide to RAF Luqa and Malta. A good clean example of the booklet issued to new arrivals on the base. GC.
Cold War Period RAF Issue Silk Escape Map. This example dates from the 1950\'s and printed double sided. Bearing the titles Beyrouth-Damas and Al Jauf. GC some age wear.
Cold War Period RAF Pattern Aircrew Oxygen Tube. A good clean example, retaining connector this with issue stamps. Complete with split ring clip. Leather remains supple minor wear.
Cold War Period RAF Rolls Royce Official Booklet on the Derwent Engine This official Rolls Royce Derby booklet is the starting and operating instructions for the Derwent 5 and 8 engines used in the Meteor MK 4,7, & 8. Small amount of wear GC.
Cold War Period Scots Guards Officers Beret. A good worn example retaining bullion cap badge, with regimental pattern tartan backing. The inside with NATO issue numbers. GC
Cold War Period Scottish Regimental Tam O Shanter This example with diced band, retaining both tails and the cotton lining with 1963 issue date. GC clean condition.
Cold War Period South Lancashire Regiment Beret. A good example, retaining correct pattern small cap badge. The interior with issue stamps and date 1955. GC. Clean condition.
Coldstream Guards Colour Sergeant’s rank badge circa 1902-52. A fine scarce example. Crowned crimson silk colour bearing the Order of the Garter with Sphinx below resting in a wreath of laurel. Crossed swords below the colour. Minor service wear.
Coldstream Guards George VI Officer’s peaked forage cap by Edward Smith. A fine example of black cloth body and crown with mohair cap band mounted with silver cap star comprising the Garter Star with blue enamel and red translucent enamel cross to the centre. The peak is of black patent leather with gold bullion decoration. Complete with regimental buttons securing patent leather chin strap. The interior retains \"Real Roan Leather\" sweatband, cotton lining and tailor’s gold stamp of Edward Smith, London by appointment to HM King George VI.
Coldstream Guards Georgian Officer’s gilt open back coatee button A fine rare example incised with Garter Star, flat back, with R. Bushby, St. Martins Lane. London backmark. Complete with shank.
Coldstream Guards Officer’s 1820 hallmarked silver gorget. A very fine and exceptionally rare example by James Nickolds bearing hallmarks for London 1820. Silver gilt crescent with raised edge, the centre part mounted with Hanovarian Royal Arms in silver. Very minor service wear and tip of lion’s tail AF. Overall VGC
Coldstream Guards Officer’s scarlet tunic. A fresh example of the regimental pattern Scarlet cloth tunic with blue facings to the cuff, collar and epaulettes. Each cuff is with false cuffs bearing four rows of gold bullion lace each with a regimental button. The collar is with bullion lace and silver bullion Order of the Garter devices, the shoulder straps edged with gold bullion and with Captain rank stars. Complete with gilt regimental pattern buttons. Quilted cotton lining, with tailors label of “Meyer & Mortimer & Co By Appointment to HM The Queen”. GC Scarlet and bullion bright
Coldstream Guards scarce foreign service collar badge. Die stamped brass Garter Star, loops. VGC
Coldstream Guards Senior NCO’s Full Dress Cap. A good example of Regimental pattern, fitted with brass Cap Badge and with three lines of bullion to the slashed peak. Some service wear GC clean condition.
Coldstream Guards Superb Crimean War Officer’s shoulder belt plate. A very fine and scarce pre 1855 attributed example. Seeded gilt rectangular plate mounted with silver Garter Star on a gilt slip; mounted on the Star, a pierced gilt Garter on a rich blue enamel ground (defective); within the Garter, the Cross of St.George in red translucent enamel. Reverse retains original fixings comprising two hooks at the top and two studs at the bottom. Retains original leather backing bearing ink inscription “J.A.C. Coldstream Guards. Crimea 1854. 1855. 1856”. (Parkyn 66) The only Officer in the regiment with these initials during this time was James Alfred Caulfield. Commission 10/11/48; Ensign & Lieutenant 14/09/52; Lieutenant & Captain 12/01/55
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COLLINGWOOD very rare WWI RND brass shoulder title. A good example on loops The Collingwood Battalion was so decimated at Gallipoli that that the few survivors were used as reinforcements for the other battalions and thus the unit disappeared before a cap badge could even be designed for it.
COLLINGWOOD very rare WWI RND brass shoulder title. A good example on loops The Collingwood Battalion was so decimated at Gallipoli that that the few survivors were used as reinforcements for the other RND battalions
Colonel William David Rees V.D. Colonel 3rd Glamorgan Rifle Volunteers, 6th Bn Welsh Regiment & Royal Engineers. We have been privileged to acquire the WW1 uniform trunk of Colonel William David Rees VD. Items from the trunk are listed below. Colonel William David Rees VD, a native of Swansea, military career began when he was commissioned into the 3rd Glamorgan Rifle Volunteers in May 1881. He was appointed to the rank of Captain 1885 and Major ten years later in 1895 and in 1901 he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, being awarded the Volunteer Decoration. On the 5th February 1904 he was promoted to Colonel commanding of the Regiment and on the reorganisation of the Territorial Force in 1908 he had the privilege of becoming the first Commanding Officer of the newly formed 6th Bn Welsh Regiment . A position he held until his retirement in 1911. An engineer by trade, he was a Senior Partner in Rees Winship & Co Engineers and contractors based in Swansea. At the outbreak of the Great War he applied to the War Office for a commission, which was turned down due to his age, however he was appointed to the Committee which raised and equipped the Swansea Battalion. Following a meeting with Lord Kitchener, who pulled strings, he was offered a commission in 1915 as a Colonel in the Royal Engineers, within weeks he had received orders for France and was put in overall command of ten units of the Royal Engineers, garrisoned close to the front line for the purpose of construction work. He was later transferred to a UK establishment due to his health and continued to serve in the London area. Living with his family, the Kaiser appeared to have one more go at him when during a German air raid his house was hit by bombs. He survived the war and resigned his commission and died in 1921 at the age of 65.
Colonial and Diplomatic Service helmet badge circa 1902-52. Fine die-cast gilt example on loops
Colour Sergeant's post 1953 rank badge. Printed Condition: removed from uniform. GC
Combined Operations WW2 bullion formation sign A good scarce example on 'tombstone' shaped backing. Removed from uniform, some service wear
Combined Operations WW2 circular formation sign A good embroidered example with Aertex backing bearing four press-stud fasteners indicating Middle or Far East theatre of operations. Moth holes to lower edge
Combined Operations WW2 embroidered formation sign. A rare theatre made example of red silk anchor, Tommy Gun and eagle on black melton tombstone. GC
Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) Military Division. A fine EIIR example of the neck badge being a silver gilt cross patonce surmounted by a Crown, the arms of the cross in translucent pearl grey enamel; the centre bearing the conjoined busts of King George V and Queen Mary within a red enamel circlet inscribed “For God and the Empire” on a ground. Excellent condition. Housed in its Koye, Kenning & Spencer fitted case of issue. Has been worn from the miniature ribbon but is complete with original full size neck ribbon.
Commando Bullion Embroidered Shoulder Title
COMMANDO DE FRANCE rare pair of WW2 cloth embroidered shoulder titles. A rare pair of red on black embroidery in remarkably fine condition.
COMMANDO SIGNALS rare WW2 cloth shoulder title. Red embroidered on navy. Removed from uniform. Good condition.
COMMANDO SIGNALS WW2 cloth shoulder title. A fine scarce red embroidered on navy example. Removed from uniform
COMMANDO white embroidered on black Cloth Shoulder Title
COMMANDO white on black embroidered WW2 shoulder title
COMMANDO WW2 Cloth Shoulder Title Badge. A good red on dark blue embroidered example. Removed from a uniform, minor service wear.
Commonwealth of Australia Peace Officer's cap badge by Stokes & Son, Melbourne. A fine scarce die-cast silver plate and blue enamel example on loops.
Comrades of the Great War (France) mufti badge. Maker: O.B. Allan Fixing: Screw post Condition: GC
CONN. RANGERS scarce Irish Connaught Rangers pre 1922 brass shoulder title A fine scarce example on hexagonal loops with backing plate. Following the establishment of the Irish Free State in 1922, the regimental Colours were received by King George V on 12th June at St. Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle; formal disbandment followed on 31st July, 1922.
CONN.RANGERS post 1914 Irish brass title worn by the Connaught Rangers. A good example on flat hexagonal loops. (Westlake 1405)
CONN.RANGERS post 1914 Irish brass title worn by the Connaught Rangers. A good example on flat hexagonal loops. (Westlake 1405)
CONNAUGHT Brass Irish Connaught Rangers Shoulder Title. A good example on flat hexagonal loops. (W45estlake 1404)
Connaught Rangers Officer’s waist belt clasp circa 1881-1901. A scarce silver and rich gilt example with matching numbers to both halves. Circlet inscribed “Connaught Rangers”; seeded gilt centre mounted with silver Elephant surmounted by a Crown (orb and cross absent). Universal pattern rococo ends. Good condition
Connaught Rangers Victorian OR’s brass cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good die-stamped example on loops. (KK 695)
Control Commission Germany Police scarce cap badge. A fine chrome example on loops. (KK 2185)
CORK Irish militia artillery brass shoulder title. A fine scarce example on flat hexagonal loops. Worn with separate RGA above
Cornwall Constabulary King\'s crown police night helmet plate A good example on three loops
Cornwall Rifle Volunteers Victorian glengarry badge circa 1874-99. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on loops. See “Military Insignia of Cornwall” by Endean Ivall & C. Thomas. No.258
Cornwall Rifle Volunteers Victorian glengarry badge circa 1874-99. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on loops. See “Military Insignia of Cornwall” by Endean Ivall & C. Thomas. No.258
Cornwall Royal Garrison Artillery Territorial War Medal. Awarded to “321230 Gnr W.H. Warren RA” GC. Gunner William Henry Warren is confirmed as serving with the Cornwall RGA, which he joined in 1909. At the outbreak of the war he was mobilized and posted to the 132nd Trench Mortar Battery. After short service at home he was shipped out to join the East African Expedition from December 1915 to December 1916. He was discharged as unfit for further service in 1917 after contracting Malaria. He received his TFWM in 1924 and it is confirmed he is entitled to the BWM, VM and silver war badge.
Corps of Military Accountants 1919-27 OR’s brass cap badge. A good clean die-stamped example with slider. VGC
Corps of Military Accountants brass cap badge circa 1919-27. A fine die-stamped example on slider. (KK 1037)
Corps of Military Accountants fine rare Officer’s gilt cap badge circa 1919-27. . A splendid rich gilt die-cast example on blades.
Corps of Military Accountants Officer’s scarce cap badge circa 1919-27. A very fine die-cast rich gilt example on long loops. (as KK 1037)
Corps of Military Accountants OR’s brass cap badge circa 1919-27. A good scarce die-stamped example on slider. (KK 1037)
Council of Voluntary War Work (CVWW) YMCA WW2 cloth badges. A fine set of three embroidered badges, red on navy.
County of London Yeomanry Sharpshooters OR’s cap badge A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.( (KK 2291)
Cranbrook School OTC Kent cap badge. A good die-cast blackened example on blades.
Crimea War Battle of Inkermann medallion. A good scarce white metal example depicts to the obverse a dramatic Battle Scene with the Union Flag being defended against the advancing Russians. The reverse lists all the Regiments present at the engagement. Drilled with a small hole and blue ribbon. GC
Crimea War Medal. A good unnamed example as issued GC.
Crimea War Period Coldstream Guards Other Rank\'s Pewter Coatee Button. This example with a clear stamp of the regimental device to the obverse. The reverse with makers details of \"Gilpin & Co London\". Steel shank absent.
Crimean Medal Clasp Sebastopol. A good example.
Crimean Medal Clasp Sebastopol. A good example. Loops to side removed.
Crossed cannons trade badge in worsted Good condition
Crossed lances proficiency badge worn by SSM Heath, 5th Dragoon Guards. Removed from the uniform of 3543 Squadron Sergeant Major C.E.Heath, one of the Defenders of Ladysmith. Generally GC
CYCLIST scarce WW1Army Cyclist Corps brass shoulder title. A good example on loops complete with backing plate.
Cyprus Regiment OSD bronze cap badge A fine scarce die-cast example on blades.
Cyprus Regiment scarce WW2 plastic cap badge by F & G (Fraser & Glass) A good example on blades
Czech WW2 pilot’s numbered breast wings badge in 800 silver. A fine scarce die-cast gilt winged silver sword superimposed on silver linden wreath; Czech Arms on the sword blade at the base of the wings. Three hooks to reverse which bears 800 silver mark and maker's mark K. Numbered 1444
D FORCE rare WW2 Special Force shoulder title. Red embroidered on green. Some mothing. See No.55 in “Some Talk of Private Armies” by Len Whittaker. Formed 18.10.1944 at Baraset, India. Experts in deception.
D of L’s OWN brass Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry shoulder title. A good example on flat hexagonal loops.Usually worn with separate Y above
D.C.L.I. WW2 Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry Printed Shoulder Title Badge A good worn example.
Daly family silvered livery button. Maker: Firmin & Sons. London Fixing: Shank Condition: Generally VGC
Danish Brigade Group rare formation sign. White cross embroidered on rope edged red shield. VGC, faint glue marks to the reverse.
DANMARK Danish Army shoulder title. A good British made white embriodered on red example, removed from uniform, a little service wear
Dartford Grammar School CCF cap badge. Die-stamped white meta on loopsl.
DCLI Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A good example by A. Stanley & Sons, Walsall. Blades to reverse. Service wear and some distortion.
DCO Middlesex Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on four loops (centre one bent). Laurel wreath, Prince of Wales’s plumes, Duke of Cambridge’s coronetted cypher reversd and interlaced and “Albuhera” scroll within circlet inscribed “Middlesex” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base. (KK 345)
Deal Royal Marines BWM. Awarded to \"Deal 8074-S- Pte J. Christie R.M.\" Condition: GC
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DENBIGHSHIRE VR rare WW1 bronze Welsh VTC Shoulder Title A fine die-stamped ornate example on flat loops. Slight verdigris to base of loops.
Depot Battalion rare 1855-61 Officer’s shako plate. An extremely fine example of rich fire gilt crowned star pattern mounted with gilt pierced circlet inscribed “Depot Battalion” on a burnished gilt ground. Gilt VR Cypher to centre set on a domed black enamel leather ground. Two horizontal loops to reverse, one strengthened with tiny dab of lead solder. VGC
DERBY Boer War Period Sherwood Foresters Brass Shoulder Title. A good example on loops.
Derby Scheme WWI khaki armband A good example with applied red felt Crown. Ink stamp “Issued under authority of Army Council” to inside with issue number.
Derby School CCF brass cap badge. A die-stamped example on loops. Some polishing to central highpoints.
Derby School OTC Cap Badge A good die-stamped bronzed example on loops.
Derby Womens Rifle Club WW1 enamelled lapel badge A fine rare pinback example with Union Flag to centre. Probably raised for an unofficial Home Defence role.
Derbyshire Regiment (Sherwood Foresters) Victorian Cap Badge circa 1896-1901. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on replacement loops.
Derbyshire Regiment Victorian OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good die-stamped example. Two loops to reverse. Slight imperfection in metal of title scroll. GC (KK 661)
Derbyshire Regiment, Sherwood Foresters facing pair of Victorian Officer's collar badges. Silver gilt and blue enamel facing pair on loops, sadly enamel on one damaged hence price.
Derbyshire Special Constable’s mufti badge. Retaining buttonhole fitting GC.
Derbyshire Volunteer Regiment of Home Guards WW1 VTC cap badge Die-stamped bronze example on silder by Thomas Fattorini, Bolton. (KK 1609) Some corrosion hence price
Derbyshire Yeomanry British War Medal. This example was awarded to "75725 Sq.Q.M.Sjt H.Severn Derby Yeo". GC.
Derbyshire Yeomanry Cap Badge. Die stamped on slider. Central "Imperial" scroll erased in 1908
Derbyshire Yeomanry Cavalry Victorian Officer’s sabretache ornament. A good scarce die-stamped gilt example. Rose resting in a tri-part scroll inscribed “Derbyshire Yeomanry Cavalry”; Four screw posts to reverse. Generally very good condition.
DERRY / COUNTY brass Royal Ulster Constabulary “B” Specials Irish shoulder title. A very scarce example on loops, originally blackened. “B” Specials or more correctly The Ulster Special Constabulary, an armed force, was formed during October 1920 and disbanded in May, 1970.
Devon & Cornwall Regiment Officer\'s OSD Bronze Collar Badges. A good pair retaining loops. VGC.
Devon & Dorset Regiment Campaign Service Medal Clasp Northern Ireland. Awarded to 24405507 Pte W.J. Ward D and D. GC.
Devon & Dorset Regiment Campaign Service Medal, clasp “Northern Ireland”. Awarded to: “24836552 Pte. R. West D and D”. GC
Devon Constabulary GVIR chrome helmet plate. Retaining both loops GC.
Devon Constabulary post 1953 helmet plate. Chrome example on loops. VGC
DEVON WW2 printed Devonshire Regiment shoulder title. A good white on red example removed from a uniform. A little service wear.
Devonshire and Dorset Regiment, EIIR Corps of Drums helmet plate. A good die-stamped example of crowned star pattern bearing laurel wreath and mounted with detachable circlet “Devonshire and Dorset bearing cap badge style device to centre. Two loops to centre, three to star. Regiment formed by the 1958 amalgamation of the Devonshire Regiment and the Dorset Regiment.
Devonshire Regiment & 7th BN London Regiment Group of Three Medals. Awarded to Private H.J. Spragg a Great War Veteran of the Devonshire Regiment and in the interwar years a Territorial with the 7th Bn London. Regiment. Comprising: British War Medal, Victory Medal, (16338 PTE H.J. SPRAGG DEVON R), Territorial Efficiency (GVR Scarce Crowned Head), (6595908 PTE H.J. SPRAGG 7-LOND R). Confirmed Pair only for Great War service.
Devonshire Regiment anodised cap badge circa 1953-58 by Firmin, London. A fine example on slider
Devonshire Regiment Cap Badge A crude locally cast example on loops.
Devonshire Regiment Imperial crowned Cap Badge. A good rare die-stamped bi-metal example on loops.
Devonshire Regiment Other Ranks Collar Badges and Shoulder Titles. One collar with some verdigris. (4 items)
Devonshire Regiment post 1881 brass pagri badge. A fine example as helmet plate centre but with long slider to reverse.
Devonshire Regiment post 1881 brass pagri badge. A fine die-stamped brass example as helmet plate centre but with long slider to reverse.
Devonshire Regiment post 1881 helmet plate centre / pagri badge. A good brass example with original long slider to reverse. Generally very good condition.
Devonshire Regiment post 1881 pagri badge A good die-stamped brass example. Exeter Castle within circlet inscribed “Devonshire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining long pagri slider to reverse. Good condition
Devonshire Regiment post 1881 Victorian glengarry badge. A good example constructed by regimental armourer from glengarry crown and helmet plate centre. Two loops to reverse.
Devonshire Regiment scarce Victorian Officer’s forage cap badge circa 1881-1901. A scarce example comprising a cut silvered eight pointed star mounted with gilt pierced Crowned circlet inscribed “The Devonshire Regiment”. Within the circlet, Exeter Castle in silver set on a green velvet ground. Crimson velvet cap to Crown. Two loops to reverse. Traces of gilt only, slight polishing to castle’s highpoints.
Devonshire Regiment, Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1881-1901. A fine scarce gilt example. Crowned star bearing mounted with laurel wreath and Garter; Exeter Castle on “Semper Fidelis” to black velvet centre.. Mounted on the base of the wreath, a silver scroll “The Devonshire Regiment”. Three loops to reverse. Both securing wires to centre absent otherwise a fine example.
Devonshire Regimiment WW2 bi-metal cap badge. Die-stamped example on slider.
DGLI (Duke of Glendon's Light Infantry) WW2 1944 shoulder title A rare white embroidered on red example. Very good condition From the 1944 Film "The Way Ahead" starring David Niven & Stanley Holloway and directed by Carol Reed.
Dominica Defence Force OR’s die-stamped brass cap badge. Oval Firmin, London tablet to reverse.Two loops. very good condition
Dominica Defence Reserve rare cap badge circa 1925-45. A good die-stamped bronze example on loops.
Dorchester School OTC brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider. (KK 2538)
DORSET / BCOF rare pair of Theatre made shoulder titles. White roped lettering on red all applied to khaki backing. Removed from uniform but in excellent condition.
Dorset County Divisionshort lived WW2 formation sign. Brown square printed with white and yellow disc bearing three black lions in pale. Removed from uniform, very good condition. Formed 24th February, 1941 commanded by Major General G. I. Gartian; disbanded 31st December, 1941
Dorset Regiment Anodised Cap Badge circa 1953-58 by J.R Gaunt, London A good example on slider
Dorset Regiment anodised cap badge circa 1953-58. A good scarce example by J.R. Gaunt London on slider. Good condition. 1958 amalgamated with Devonshire Regiment as Devon & Dorset Regiment
Dorset Regiment anodised cap badge circa 1953-58. A good example with makers details of J.R. Gaunt London to the slider. VGC.
Dorset Regiment anodised cap badge circa 1953-58. A good example with makers details of J.R. Gaunt London to the slider. VGC.
Dorset Regiment pre 1958 anodised cap badge. A good bright example, makers details of J.R. Gaunt London to the slider. VGC 1958 amalgamated with Devonshire Regiment as Devon & Dorset Regiment
Dorset Rifle Volunteers Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1880. A good scarce blackened white metal example with burnished highlights. Complete with three loos to reverese. GC
Dorsetshire Regiment 1900-14 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped brass example. three tower Gibraltar Castle, Key and “Primus in Indis” scroll within circlet inscribed “Dorsetshire ” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. Pristine. (KK 395) Two tower pattern worn up to 1900 when the War Office ordered a three tower castle should to be worn.
Dorsetshire Regiment 1881-94 Officer’s forage cap badge. A fine and scarce example. Silver castle surmounted by a green enamel scroll inscribed “Primus in Indis” and resting on green enamel scroll inscribed “Montis insignia calpe”; beneath, a gilt Sphinx resting on a green enamel tablet inscribed “Marabout”. Three loops to reverse. One or two very small chips to enamel on central scroll. Generally very fine. Introduced on 1st July 1881 when 39th and 54th Foot became respectively 1st & 2nd Bns. Dorsetshire Regiment under Cardwell\'s reforms. “Marabout” granted to 54th in December 1841
Dorsetshire Regiment Officer’s forage cap badge circa 1881-94. A good silver, gilt and green enamel example with three loops to reverse. Some loss of enamel on central scroll otherwise good condition.
Dorsetshire Regiment Victorian bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. Die-stamped. Two loops to reverse. GC (KK 650)
Dorsetshire Regiment Victorian bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped example on loops. (KK 650)
Dorsetshire Regiment Victorian OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on loops. (KK 650)
Dorsetshire Regiment WW1 / WW2 bi-metal cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider.
Dorsetshire Regiment WW2 plastic cap badge. A good scarce example on blades. GC
Dover Police Force rare Victorian Helmet Plate. A rather "well loved" die-stamped white metal example on loops. Orb and cross absent, highlights polished through but stil rare.
Dragoon Guards Boer War period brass shoulder title. A scarce heavy brass example, retaining two loops GC.
Drake Battalion Royal Naval Division WW1 OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal 1916-18 issue on loops with Gaunt, London tablet to reverse.
DRAKE WW1 RND (Royal Naval Division) brass shoulder title. A good scarce example on flat style loops (one AF)
DRAKE WW1 Royal Naval Division brass shoulder title. Loops to reverse. Good condition
Dublin Brigade Irish Volunteers rare cap badge. Die-stamped bronze / brass. Two loops to reverse. Very good condition Formed in 1913.
Dublin University OTC scarce bronze cap badge. Die stamped example on slider. Slight polishing to highpoints, generally GC.
Duke of Cambridge’s Own Middlesex Regiment post 1896 Officer\'s pagri / foreign service helmet badge. A fine scarce die-cast silver plated example on hinged triangular pagri fitting.
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (DCLI) post 1881 helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped brass example. Castle, strung bugle and feathers within circlet inscribed "Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry". Retains all four loops to reverse.
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry DCLI Officer's Silver Cap Badge by JR Gaunt, London A die-cast example on loops (bent) stamped "STERLING" missing one tassle.
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry Pair of OR Collar badges. A good matching pair, retaining loop fitting. Unpolished GC.
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry WW1 / WW2 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry General Service Medal Iraq Awarded to 0295 Pte. J.H. Abbott DCLI.GC The MIC of Private James H Abbott this medal as his single entitlement. His medal was issued in 19123 his address at that time being given as Putney SW15
Duke of Cornwall�s Light Infantry General Service Medal �Palestine 1945-48� Awarded to �14183607 Pte. G. Woodfield DCLI� GC.
Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry Officers Bronze OSD Collar Badges. Two die-cast examples which face (not a perfect pair); both on loops (one with verdigris to reverse and one of the loops a replacement)
Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry General Service Medal “Iraq” group of three. Awarded to “41153 Pte F.W. Hollis DCLI”. British War Medal, Victory Medal “Pte D of Corn L.I.”, General Service Medal, clasp “Iraq”, “Pte DCLI”. Medals loose GC Private Frederick W Hollis is confirmed as receiving the BWM, VM and GSM Iraq.
Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry General Service Medal “Palestine 1945-48” Awarded to “14473402 Pte R Cowell DCLI” GC.
Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry scarce Victorian DCLI OR’s brass cap badge circa 1896-1900. A fine die-stamped example on three loops which have toned to black. (KK 606)
Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry Territorial Efficiency Medal. A George VI example. Awarded to “2040079 Pte E Turner DCLI” GC.
Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry two clasp 1895 India General Service Medal Awarded to “4244 Pte E Creed 1/DCLI”: Bearing the clasps “Punjab Frontier 1897-98”, and “Tirah 1897-98”. Officially named in the manner unique to the DCLI. GC
Duke of Corwalls Light Infantry Anodised Cap Badge by Smith & Wright Ltd A fine example with makers details to the slider.
Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry Edwardian NCO’s 1909 hallmarked silver arm badge by William Dowler & Sons A fine rare die-stamped crown on two loops, bearing Birmingham hallmarks to the lower edge. (Cox 1299) The Sovereign (in this case Edward VII) was Colonel in Chief of the Regiment hence the use of the crown.
Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry NCO’s arm badge. A good chromed coronet. Retaining loops to the reverse. GC. (Cox 1299)
Duke of Wellington's Regiment (West Riding) collar badges. Die-stamped brass facing elephants with howdahs, on loops. Very similar but not exact matching pair.
Duke of Wellington's Regiment (West Riding) collar badges. Die-stamped brass facing elephants with howdahs, on loops. Very similar but not exact matching pair.
Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regiment Officers bullion badge Removed from beret / slouch hat. Some moth and service wear.
Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regiment WW1 / WW2 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regiment WW2 plastic economy cap badge A good example on brass blades (top one clipped)
Duke of Wellingtons West Riding Regiment pair of Brass Shoulder Titles. A good pair on flat hexagonal loops. Slight spot of verdigris to one.
Duke of Wellington\'s Regiment GSM Medal A good example awarded to \"14878942 Pte H. Lowe D.W.R.\" GC.
Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment cloth pagri badge. A very good example. Red vertical rectangle bearing white heavily embroidered “D.W.”
Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment musician’s band pouch badge. A fine scarce die-cast example on loops. Within a brass circlet “The Duke of Wellington’s Regt”, white metal Wellesley crest and motto “Virtutis Fortuna Comes”; across the base of the circlet a scroll “West Riding”.
Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good de-stamped brass example on four loops (one a little bent). Good condition. (KK 324)
Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped brass example. Wellesley family crest within circlet inscribed “West Riding” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops, centre and top bent flat. (KK 324)
Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regt. WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A good example on blades
Duke of York's Royal Military School brass cap badge. A good scarce heavy die-cast Prince of Wales's plumes on loops. Reverse stamped BD over 32. Probably worn by wearer of number 1020372 after 1922.
Dunfries-shire Volunteer Regiment WWI VTC rare bronze cap badge. A fine die-stamped example with slider to reverse. Very good condition. (KK 1614)
Dunfries-shire Volunteer Regiment WWI VTC rare OSD bronze cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on blades. (KK 1614)
Durham County Constabulary EIIR police Cap Badge. A good die-stamped chrome example on slider.
Durham Light Infantry 1914/15 Star. Awarded to “2384 Pte. W. King. Durh.L.I.” The Medal Index Card shows Private King also served with the MGC and was awarded a Silver War Badge.
Durham Light Infantry Officer’s bronze cap badge. Complete with blades. GC.
Durham Light Infantry Officer’s silver cap badge. A good example, loops now replaced with a pin fitting. Reverse stamped “Sterling” and maker\'s details of L & Co GC
Durham Light Infantry Victorian brass pagri badge. Large die struck version of cap badge, with stout pin fitting. GC
Durham Light Infantry Victorian Cap Badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped white metal on toned black loops. (KK 680)...
Durham Light Infantry Victorian Cap Badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped white metal on toned black loops. (KK 680)...
Durham Light Infantry Victorian Officer’s glengarry badge circa 1881-96. A very fine and scarce example. Within a rich gilt crowned Garter a silver strung bugle on a black velvet ground. Two loops (pinched) to reverse.
Durham Light Infantry Victorian OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1901. Fine die-stamped white meta example on loopsl. (KK 680)
Durham Light Infantry WW2 plastic economy cap badge. Two blades to reverse. Good condition.
Durham Special Constabulary Kings Crown police Cap Badge. A good die-stamped chrome example on slider.
Durham University OTC bronze cap badge. A good die-cast example on loops. (KK 2451)
E. YORKSHIRE pair of WW2 slip-on shoulder titles. A good matching pair of East Yorkshire Regiment examples retaining tapes to reverse. A few minor moth nips.
E. YORKSHIRE pair of WW2 slip-on shoulder titles. A good matching pair of East Yorkshire Regiment examples retaining tapes to reverse. A few minor moth nips.
Earl of Chester\'s Imperial Yeomanry Shoulder Title. A good example complete with loops.
Earlt WW2 RAF Gosport Tubes. A good used pair, with black bakerlite ear pieces. These with clear Crowned AM stamps. Tubes remain in good condition, fitted with alloy adapter.
Early 19th Century Irish Order St Patrick Officers Coatee Badge A good bullion example.
Early Elizabeth II Period Royal Yacht Ratings Cap Tally Badge. A very good full length example. Gold and cotton silk embroidered example, set against a watered silk effect backing. VGC.
Early NAAFI Cap Badge on Slider Die-cast bronze. Slight verdigris. GC
Early WW2 Home Guard Pair Slip on cloth shoulder titles. A good pair retaining tapes to reverse. VGC.
Early WW2 Parachute Qualification cloth Wings A fine scarce example. White canopy flanked by blue wing with central fleck embroidered on khaki cloth semi-circle.
Early WW2 Pattern RAF Gosport Tubes. A scarce set with alloy ear pieces, these with clear AM issue stamps. Used condition. GC
Early WW2 Pattern RAF Pilot Wings. A good padded pair, retaining most of the black paper, to the canvas backing cloth. Have been worn GC
Early WW2 Pattern RAF Pilot Wings. A good slightly padded pair, retaining black canvas backing cloth. Have been worn GC
Early WW2 Pattern RAF Wiring Loom A good clean example of the external pattern wiring loom. Fitted with the early pattern receivers 10A/7063 (Suitable for the B type Flying Helmet). Also fitted with a microphone, suitable for the G Type mask. Complete with box and jack plug. Good clean condition.
Early WW2 Period Observers Brevet. A good padded example, retaining black canvas backing cloth GC.
Early WW2 RAF Middle East / Far East Pilots Wings. A good padded pair of early style pilots wings, with brooch fitting to the reverse. Some service wear GC.
Early WW2 RAF Observer's Brevet. A good padded example, retaining white paper backing. GC.
Early WW2 RAF Observer's Brevet. A good flat example. Has been worn GC.
Early WW2 RAF Observer\'s Brevet. A very good quality embroidered flat example, retaining all black paper backing. VGC. smr
Early WW2 RAF Officer's peaked cap. A good example with light blue stitching to the welt of the crown. Complete with padded bullion cap badge and original black leather chinstrap. The interior with leater sweatband. Slight service wear. Near VGC
Early WW2 Royal Air Force RAF Pilot Wings. A good padded pair, removed from a uniform. Retaining original black paper backing.
Early WW2 Royal Welsh Fusiliers RWF Cloth shoulder Titles. A good matching pair complete with tapes to the reverse. GC.
EAST AFRICA WW2 Cloth Shoulder Title Locally made. White serif letters embroidered on black. Some service wear.
East African Artillery WW2 Pagri Badge Cast brass EAA with flat integral loops mounted on red / blue felt diamond
East African Electrial & Mechanical Engineers Cap Badge Cast white metal example on loops. Good condition
East African Expeditionary Force WW2 formation sign. Black rhinoceros printed on a white oval with black border. Sewn around card stiffener.
East African Military Labour Corps rare WWI sheet brass badge. Rare example on loops.
East and West Ridings Area (Northern Command) pair of printed formation signs. A fine pair, each being a white rose printed on a vlack square. Removed from uniform.
East Anglian Brigade Officer’s cap badge circa 1958-70. A good die-cast silvered star with gilt overlay. Loops
East India Company 67th Native Infantry Officer\'s coatee skirt tail ornament. A scarce example of the pattern worn on the pre 1855 coatee and during the Indian Mutiny period. Has been worn GC
East Kent Militia Officer’s pre 1855 shoulder belt plate. A fine and rare silver on copper example. Rectangular plate mounted with elongated open top laurel wreath; within the wreath, a Crown over a scroll inscribed “East Kent” with White Horse of Kent to centre. Across the base of the wreath, an applied scroll inscribed “Invicta”. Reverse retains original fixings, comprising two hooks at the top and two studs at the bottom as well as original backing leather now slightly AF. VGC East Kent Militia raised at Canterbury 25th February 1760 and originally numbered the First Regiment of Militia. In 1803 it was renumbered the 57th Regiment of Militia, a title it continued with until 1833, when it was renumbered 49th. Became 3rd Bn. The Buffs (Royal Est Kent Regiment) on Friday, 1st July 1881.
East Kent Militia Officer’s shoulder belt plate circa 1840-1855. A very fine and scarce example, a rectangular silver plated back plate with silver mounts comprising a crown over broad oak sprays, in the centre the White Horse with a scroll below, “Invicta”, above the horse a scroll, “East Kent”. Standard double hook and stud fasteners. VGC HQ. Canterbury. Reconstituted in 1759 and became the 3rd Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) in 1881.
East Kent Militia Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A fine scarce die-stamped white metal example on loops. Within a crowned strap “East Kent Militia”, the White Horse of Kent on “Invicta” scroll.
East Kent Regiment (The Buffs) post 1881 helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped brass example on four brass loops. (KK 294)
East Lancashire Regiment 1881-1914 OR’s helmet plate centre. A fine scarce die-stamped brass example, white metal Sphinx on Egypt tablet within circlet inscribed “East Lancashire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. Good condition. (KK 384)
East Lancashire Regiment anodised cap badge circa 1953-58 by JR Gaunt, London.. A fine example on slider. 1958 amalgamated with South Lancashire Regt. to form The Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales Volunteers).
East Lancashire Regiment anodised cap badge circa 1953-58. A good scarce short lived example on slider by JR Gaunt, London. 1958 amalgamated with South Lancashire Regt. to form The Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales Volunteers).
East Lancashire Regiment post 1881 helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped bi-metal example. Three of four loops to reverse (two are old replacements) (KK 320)
East Lancashire Regiment Victorian OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped example. Two loops (toned to black) to reverse. Very good condition (KK 637)
East Lancashire Regiment Victorian OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine die-stamped example on loops which have toned black. (KK 637)
East Lancashire Regiment WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A good scarce example lacking blades to reverse but easily restored as brass slide in type.
East Lothian Yeomanry Victorian Officer’s epaulettes. A fine pair each with silvered laurel wreath encircling entwined initials “ELY”, mounted on to a gilt metal domed plate. Three rows of inter linked gilt chin run along the strap edged with bullion thread. Scarlet melton cloth backing. Reverse of each with four small securing loops. Gilt fresh, generally very good condition
East Norfolk Militia rare OR’s 1855 pattern shako plate. A fine rare die-stamped white metal example of crowned star pattern bearing circlet inscribed “East Norfolk Militia”, to the centre, a VR Cypher on a lined ground. Retains both original lead soldered horizontal loops to reverse (one rather bent). VGC Raised 7th October 1758 as 2nd or Eastern Regiment of Norfolk Militia, became 4th Battalion The Norfolk Regiment on 1st July 1881.
East Perthshire Volunteers Officer’s gilt open back coatee button circa 1808. A fine and scarce example by Charles Jennens, London with Prince of Wales’s plumes backmark.
EAST RIDING YEOMANRY embroidered shoulder title. A god scarce example with light blue serif letters embroidered on maroon. Removed from uniform.
East Riding Yeomanry Officer\'s Coloured Field Service Side Cap A very rare example of Regimental pattern French Grey material, retaining plain gilt domed buttons and gilt fox on silver \"Forrard\" scroll cap badge. The interior with full lining and ink initials \"E.I.S\". Slight age wear, some minor surface moth traces, not effecting the overall appearance. GC.
East Riding Yeomanry OR’s cap badge. Good scarce die-stamped brass example on loops. (KK 1495)
East Royal Perthshire Local Militia Georgian Officer’s gilt coatee button circa 1808-16. A good scarce example. Open back, retaining original shank. Made by Charles Jennens, London (PoW plumes). 4th or Eastern Regiment (Perth) commanded by Lt.Col. Thomas, Earl of Kinnoull who’s commission dated 24th September 1808. Unit raised in response to the threat of invasion posed by Napoleon.
East Surrey Regiment rare Victorian OR’s pagri badge. Die-stamped brass eight pointed star bearing the Arms of Guildford with stout pagri pin to reverse. Slight verdigris. Believed to be forerunner of later more familiar crowned example.
East Surrey Regiment scarce Officer’s cap badge circa 1953-59 by JR Gaunt, London.. A very fine die-cast silvered and gilt example on loops. Amalgamated with QO Royal West Kents 14th October 1959 to form Queen’s Royal Surrey Regiment..
East Surrey Regiment Victorian Officer’s helmet plate. A good post 1881 example gilt example. Retaining three loop fitting to the reverse. Some wear to gilt highpoints, GC
East Surrey Regiment Victorian OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1901. A fine well die-stamped bi-metal example on loops which have toned black. (KK 639)
East Surrey Regiment WW1 / WW2 Cap Badge A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider
East Surrey Regiment WW1 / WW2 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
East Surrey Regiment WW1 all brass economy cap badge circa 1916-18 by F.E. Woodward, B\'ham. A good die-stamped example on slider with crease mark. Orb and cross bent backwards
East Surrey Regiment WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A fine scarce example on blades.
East York Militia Officer’s “Albert” pattern shako plate circa 1844-55. A rare and splendid rich fire gilt example of universal crowned star pattern mounted with Garter, its tail crossed with an ornate ended scroll inscribed “East York”. Mounted on the domedcentre, in silver, the Rose of the House of York in high relief. Reverse retains both original horizontal loops and both pairs of wires behind the Crown. VGC Formed in 1760 as East Riding Militia (afterwards known as the Beverley Buffs). Became 3rd Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment on Friday 1st July, 1881.
East Yorkshire Regiment OR’s helmet plate centre circa 1881-1914. A fine scarce 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; retaining all four loops to reverse. Very good condition, minor verdigris to base of loops. (KK 304)
East Yorkshire Regiment OR’s helmet plate centre circa 1881-1914. 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)
East Yorkshire Regiment Pagri Badge A good example. White XV embroidered on maroon rectangle.
East Yorkshire Regiment WW1 / WW2 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
Eastborne Police Collar Badges Two die-stamped white metal examples on loops.
Eastbourne College Combined Cadet Corps Cap Badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on loops.
Eastbourne College Junior Training Corps Cap Badge circa 1940-48 only. A good die-stamped example retaining slider.
Eastern Command (India) WW2 formation sign. White horse’s head with flowing mane embroidered on black square with white border. Long prominent horse’s mane being a play on word’s with the CO, General Sir Mosley Mayne.
Eastern Command (India) WW2 formation sign. White horse’s head embroidered on black square with white border.
Eastern Command (India) WW2 scarce printed facing pair of formation signs White horse’s head with flowing mane on black square with white border Aertex backing with fook hooks to each. Long prominent horse’s mane being a play on word’s with the CO, General Sir Mosley Mayne.
Eastern Command facing pair of embroidered formation signs. White bulldogs embroidered on black felt rectangles. Black paper backing. Removed from a uniform. Eastern Command covered East Anglia from the Wash round to the Thames.
Eastern Command facing pair of formation signs. White bulldog embroidered on black square. Unworn pair with black paper backing.
Edinburgh City Police pre 1932 helmet badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on loops.
Edwadian Artillery Proficiency Badge A good scarce example. Bullion crowned crossed guns on dark blue ground. Some moth
Edward VII 1902 Coronation Bronze Medallion An attractive medallion, the obverse decorated with the head of King Edward VII. The Reverse with Queen Alexandria. Contained in original fitted leather case. The red leather lid with gold tooled Cypher. GC.
Edward VII 1902 Coronation Medal for Mayors and Provosts. A fine and scarce example complete with original ribbon.
Edward VII 4th Bn Yorkshire Regiment Territorial Force Efficiency Medal A good scarce example awarded to "490 Pte E Pedley 4? York R" GC.
Edward VII Royal Australian Artillery Cap Badge circa 1902-10. A good die stamped example on loops (top one absent). Slight service wear.
Edward VII Visit to Scotland Scottish Police Medal. Awarded to “PC W. Martin”. Small edge knock at 6 o’clock on reverse.
Edward VII Visit to Scotland Scottish Police Medal. Awarded to “PC W. Sutherland”. GC
Edward VII, 1902 Coronation Medal. A good bronze example, unnamed as issued GC.
Edward VIII Royal Engineers OSD Cap Badge
Edwardian Period Household Cavalry Yeomanry Officer's Breeches. A good scarce pair of white buckskin leather breeches, with flap fly to the front. Complete with buttons to the waist and pearl buttons to the ankles. Near VGC.
Edwardian Somerset Light Infantry Other\'s Rank Cap Badge. A good die-stamped example, retaining both loops to the reverse. GC.
Edwardian Volunteer Warrant Officer rank badge circa 1901-08. A good die-stamped example on loops.
Edwardian Volunteer Warrant Officer rank badge circca 1901-08. A good die-stamped example on loops.
EFC (Expeditionary Force Canteen) pair of WW1 brass shouder titles. A good scarce set on loops complete with backing plates.
EFC scarce WW1 Expeditionary Force Canteen brass shoulder title A good scarce example on loops. Created by the Canteen and Mess Society at Havre in February 1915 with only a second-hand Ford car as its transport. Served throughout the war and with the Army of Occupationfor a short while. See “Canteens in the British Army” by Fortescue
EFC scarce WW1 Expeditionary Force Canteen brass shoulder title A good scarce example on loops. Created by the Canteen and Mess Society at Havre in February 1915 with only a second-hand Ford car as its transport. Served throughout the war and with the Army of Occupationfor a short while. See “Canteens in the British Army” by Fortescue
Egyptian Army Egypt Medal, clasp “Toski 1889”. A good and rare undated example with Egyptian script GC no heavy contact marks.
EIIR Army Recruiter's crossed flag's arm badge. A fine embroidered example
EIIR Royal Signal bi-metal cap badge. A good die-cast bi-metal two piece example on loops complete with backing plate.
Elizabeth College Guernsey OTC second pattern brass cap badge. Die-stamped Arms of Elizabeth I on loops. Minor service wear. (KK 2549)
Elizabeth College OTC, Guernsey first pattern brass Channel Islands cap badge. A good die-stamped example of Guernsey Light Infantry pattern on slider. (KK 2548)
Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal & Box. A very good example awarded 2012. Complete with box.
Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal & Box. A very good example awarded 2012. Complete with box and with presentation clip to the reverse..
Elizabeth II Imperial Service Medal Awarded to "Hugh George Rogers" Mounted as originally worn. Contained in original case. Case with a little damp damage not effecting the medal
Elizabeth II Imperial Service Medal & Box. This example awarded to \"Peter Chichester\" Complete with original ribbon and pin as worn. VGC.
Elizabeth II Imperial Service Medal. A good example awarded to \"Joseph George Membery Rodgers\" Mounted as originally worn. Complete with original case of issue.
Elizabeth II Imperial Service Medal. A very good example awarded to Mr Peter Donnnison. Remains mounted as originally worn and in Royal Mint Box of issue VGC.
Elizabeth II Imperial Service Medal. A good example awarded to Edgar John Edwards. Mounted as worn. GC.
Ellesmere College OTC Shropshire cap badge. Die-stamped white metal strung bugle with 'OTC / Ellesmere' between the cords on replacement loops. (KK 2456)
Ellesmere College OTC white metal Shropshire cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops. Bugle with “OTC / Ellesmere” between the cords. (KK 2456) Recognised 1st December 1914 by Army Order 41/15.
ENGINEERS / RND extremely rare Royal Naval Division shoulder title by H.B. Sale Ltd. B/ham. A good blackened brass example on loops.
ENSA WW2 cast brass cap badge. A good example on loops. (KK 2196) Entertainments National Service Association formed n 1939 by Basil Dean and Leslie Henson to provide entertainment for the Services throughout WW2.
Epsom College CCF anodised cap badge, A good example with loops to the reverse.
ERYIY brass East Riding of Yorkshire Imperial Yeomanry shoulder title. A good example on loops.
Essex & Suffolk Cyclist Battalion very rare cap badge. A very fine die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. (KK 1868) Formed in 1908 with HQ at Colchester, redesigned 8th (Cyclist) Bn. Essex Regt. in 1911.
Essex Constabulary cap badge. Chrome Fixing: Slider Condition: GC
Essex Constabulary Pre 1953 Inspector’s cap badge A good chrome example with blue enamel title circlet. Retaining loops to the reverse GC.
Essex County Cadets scarce brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example being a shield bearing the the Arms of Essex (three Seaxes) within a laurel wreath. Slider to reverse. Good condition
Essex County Cadets scarce brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example being a shield bearing the the Arms of Essex (three Seaxes) within a laurel wreath. Slider to reverse. Good condition
Essex Regiment Anodised Cap Badge by Firmin London circa 1953-58. A fine example with makers details to the slider.
Essex Regiment anodised cap badge circa 1953-58 by Firmin London.
Essex Regiment anodised cap badge circa 1953-58, A scarce example by Dowler, Birmingham. Slider, VGC
Essex Regiment Five clasp Queen’s South Africa Medal pair. Awarded to “3785 Pte. C. Habgood Essex Regt” Queen’s South Africa Medal, with clasps “Relief of Kimberley”, “Paardeberg”, “Driefontein”, “Johannesburg”, “Diamond Hill”, King’s South Africa “Corpl” with clasps “South Africa 1901” and “South Africa 1902”. GC slight contact marks
Essex Regiment Officer\'s 1935 hallmarked silver cap badge. A good example on stout loops by JRG&S (JR Gaunt and Sons) bearing Birmingham hallmarks to reverse. Minor service wear.
Essex Regiment OR’s first pattern Victorian helmet plate centre circa 1881-1900. A good scarce die-stamped brass example, Sphinx on Egypt tablet, two tower Gibraltar Castle, Key and “Montis Insignia Calpe” scroll within circlet inscribed “Essex” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse (KK 334) Two tower pattern worn up to 1900 when the War Office ordered a three tower castle should to be worn.
Essex Regiment OR’s helmet plate centre circa 1881-1900. A good scarce die-stamped brass example, Sphinx on Egypt tablet, two tower Gibraltar Castle, Key and “Montis Insignia Calpe” scroll within circlet inscribed “Essex” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining two of four loops to reverse (top & centre absent). VGC (KK 334) Two tower pattern worn up to 1900 when the War Office ordered a three tower castle should to be worn.
Essex Regiment pair of Officer’s gilt collar badges. Fine die0cast facing eagles on loops. Representation of the Eagle standard of the 62nd French Regiment of the Line captured by the old 44th Foot at the Battle of Salamanca in 1812.
Essex Regiment post 1881 band pouch badge. A good scarce large and well detailed cast brass eagle atop a small tablet inscribed “62”. Three loops to reverse. Representation of the Eagle of the 62nd French Regiment of the Line captured by the old 44th Foot at the Battle of Salamanca in 1812.
Essex Regiment post 1881 pagri badge. A good die-stamped brass example as per helmet plate centre (Three tower castle) but with long slider to reverse. Slight distortion. GC (KK 335)
Essex Regiment post 1902 Officer's gilt button. Maker: Firmin & Sons Ld., London Fixing: Shank Condition: VGC
Essex Regiment scarce band pouch badge. A good die-stamped lined brass shield charged with Arms of Essex (three seaxes). Two of four loops remain to reverse.
Essex Regiment Territorial Battalion post 1908 Officer’s helmet plate. A fine and scarce gilt example of crowned star pattern mounted with oak wreath and Garter. To the centre, in silver, the three tower Castle surmounted by the Sphinx resting on a blank tablet, below the Castle, the Key and Motto all on a black velvet ground. To the base of the wreath, an applied silver scroll inscribed “The Essex Regiment”. Three loops to reverse
Essex Regiment Victorian glengarry badge. A scarce Two tower centre with separate Crown mounted on brass backing plate.Complete with all loops Slight verdigris to Crown otherwise GC
Essex Regiment Victorian Officer’s glengarry badge circa 1881-96. A very fine example. Within a gilt Crowned Garter, in silver, the Castle surmounted by the Sphinx resting on a tablet inscribed “Egypt”, below the castle the Key and Motto all on a black velvet ground. Two loops to reverse. Pile of velvet worn otherwise generally VGC.
Essex Regiment Victorian Officer’s glengarry badge circa 1881-96. A fine example comprising a gilt Crowned Garter; within the Garter, in silver, the Castle surmounted by the Sphinx resting on a tablet inscribed “Egypt”, below the castle the Key and motto all on a black velvet ground. Two loops to reverse. A little wear to velvet otherwise excellent.
Essex Regiment Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1881-1901. A fine and scarce rich gilt example of star pattern mounted with an oak wreath enclosing the Garter To the centre, in silver, the Castle and Key surmounted by the Sphinx on “Egypt” tablet, scroll beneath inscribed “Montis insignia calpe” on a field of black velvet. To the base of the wreath, an applied silver tri-part scroll inscribed “The Essex Regiment”. Three loops to reverse. Very minor service wear in places.
Essex Regiment Victorian Officer’s waist belt clasp. A very fine post 1881 silvered and gilt example of special pattern with oak leaf ends. Mounted on a round burnished gilt plate, a silvered oak wreath enclosing a Crowned circlet inscribed “The Essex Regiment”. To the centre, the Arms of Essex on a red enamel ground surmounted by the Sphinx resting on a tablet inscribed “Egypt”. To the junction of the oak wreath, the Castle and Key of Gibraltar. Chip to enamel on top of shield otherwise VGC. (Ryan 211)
Essex Regiment Victorian OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good die-stamped example on loops. (KK 659)
Essex Regiment WW1 / WW2 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
Essex Regiment WW1 all brass economy cap badge circa 1916-18 A good die-stamped example on slider.
Essex Regiment WW2 bi-metal cap badge. A good example on slider.
Essex Regiment WW2 era cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
Essex Rifle Volunteers Victorian Officer’s pouch belt plate. A fine and scarce silver or heavily plated example bearing retailer’s tablet to reverse of S.W. Silver & Co, Cornhill, London. Within a laurel wreath surmounted by a Crown resting on a blank tablet, the Arms of Essex bordered with a scroll inscribed “Essex Rifle Volunteers”. The shield set on a burnished silver ground. Four screw posts to reverse. Crown detached from wreath either side otherwise VGC
Essex Royal Garrison Artillery Victorian Lee Metford Bayonet 1890. A good early issue, the blade with various stamps, including the issue date of "08 90" indicating August 1890. The pommel with a faint stamp "E.R.G.A.". Complete with original leather and steel mounted scabbard. GC Minor wear.
Essex Volunteer Regiment WW1 VTC cap badge by Meggy, Thompson & Creasey of Chelmsford. A good die-cast brass example on loops. (KK 1617)
Essex Yeomanry post 1953 Officer’s gilt cap badge. A fine die-cast example on loops..
Exeter School CCF scarce King's Crown Anodised Cap Badge A good example complete with loops. Slight service wear
Exeter University OTC Anodised Cap Badge by Toye Kenning & Spencer Ltd. A good example on slider.
Expeditionary Forces Canteen 2nd pattern WW1 brass cap badge. A scarce die-cast example on slider. Details worn through polishing. Created by the Canteen and Mess Society at Havre in February 1915 with only a second-hand Ford car as its transport. See “Canteens in the British Army” by Fortescue
Expeditionary Forces Canteen scarce WW1 brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on slider.(Cox 1786) Created by the Canteen and Mess Society at Havre in February 1915 with only a second-hand Ford car as its transport. See “Canteens in the British Army” by Fortescue
Expeditionary Forces Canteen, Royal Marine Artillery, Mercantile Marine Medal Group. An unusual combination awarded to James W Miller. Comprising: 1914/15 Star "347 Pte J.W. Miller Ex. Fce. Can", British War Medal "RMA 1532-S- GR J.W. Miller", Mercantile Marine Medal "James W Miller", Victory Medal "RMA GR". Medals loose GC.
EYVB rare East York Volunteer Battalion brass shoulder title circa 1918. A good previously unrecorded example on flat loops.
F & F rare Fife & Forfar Yeomanry brass Scottish shoulder title. A good example on toned loops. Not recorded in Westlake.
F.A.N.Y. scarce WW2 cloth shoulder title. Blue embroidered on maroon. Worn by “Free FANY’s” included many SOE female agents on uniform in England. (Womens Transport Service First Aid Nursing Yeomanry) See “Some Talk of Private Armies” by Len Whittaker, No.11 for very similar example.
Falkland Islands Defence Force brass cap badge. Die-stamped example on loops. Shield, resting on “Desire the Right” scroll, bearing a sheep a galleon in full sail set ocean waves
Falkland Islands Volunteer Corps die-stamped brass cap badge. A good example on lead soldered loops. GC. (as Cox 104) Falkland Islands Volunteer Corps formed in 1898 and stood down in 1919. Reformed as Falkland Islands Defence Force in 1920.
Falkland Islands Volunteer Corps scarce cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example with two lead soldered loops to reverse. Very good condition. Falkland Islands Volunteer Corps formed in 1898 and stood down in 1919. Reformed as Falkland Islands Defence Force in 1920.
Family Group of Medals. Comprising: British War Medal, Victory Medal (506468 SPR A COOK R.E), Defence Medal. .... St.John Ambulance Medal (Alfred Cook).... General Service Medal, clasp Palestine 1945-48 awarded to (19013466 CPL L.D. COOK REME). Medals loose. Believed to be Father & Son grouping.
Federation of Malayan Police General Service Medal, Clasp Malaya Unusual Rank. A good example awarded to 4548 REC SHAARI B AROF F. of M. Poil. GC Rank Recruit
Felsted School OTC brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped brass example with two loops to reverse. Execellent. (KK 2554) Essex
Felsted School, Essex OTC prize marksman;s badge for 1929 and 1930. A fine rare khaki cloth example. Crossed gold wire rifles surmounted by gold and red school badge and motto with two scrolls above "1929" and "1930".
Fife & Forfar Imperial Yeomanry scarce OR’s cap badge. A good die-cast brass example by Lambourne & Co Birmingham. Two loops to reverse. Good condition. (KK 1351)
Fifth London Brigade Royal Field Artillery brass Cap Badge A good rare example following the design of the Royal Artillery with “Fifth” in place of the usual “Ubique” scroll and the lower tri-part scroll inscribed London RFA Brigade”. Two loops to reverse GC
Fiji Defence Force King's crown brass cap badge with JR Gaunt, London tablet to reverse. Good die-stamped example on loops (slight verdigris). Star resting on pierced “FIJI” with Royal Crest to centre. (Cox 1045)
Fiji Defence Force pair of Officer’s gilt collar badges. A good scarce die-cast pair on loops. (Please note central Royal Crests correctly do not face)
Fiji Volunteer Artillery OR’s brass cap badge. A brass post 1953 example complete with slider. VGC
First Devon Militia Victorian Officer’s shako plate circa 1855-61. A very fine and scarce die-stamped silver plated example of universal crowned star pattern mounted with circlet “First Devon Militia”; Exeter Castle and “Semper Fidelis” scroll to lined centre. Two replacement loops to reverse.
First Life Guards OR\'s brass cap badge. A die-stamped brass example on slider. Small fracture to crown arch. Amalgamated with Second Life Guards on 21st May 1922 to form The Life Guards (1st and 2nd).
First Royal Surrey Militia 1874-81 OR's glengarry badge Became 3rd Battalion The East Surrey Regiment on Friday 1st July 1881. Fixing: Loops Condition: Generally VGC
First Royal Surrey Militia OR’s 1874-81 white metal glengarry badge A good die-stamped example on loops.
First Surrey Rifles Edwardian Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1902-05 by Hobson & Sons, 1, 3 & 5 Lexington St, London W. A fine rare short lived die-stamped silvered example on three loops, the reverse with oval maker\'s tablet. Maltese cross, lions between the arms, surmounted by a crown resting on a scroll inscribed “1803-1859”. On the cross a circlet inscribed “First Surrey Rifles”; to the voided centre, on a silvered ground, a strung bugle with “1” between the strings. Beneath the lower arm of the cross a scroll inscribed “Concordia victrix”. Lower blade securing central backing plate AF otherwise VGC Granted “South Africa 1900-02” honour in 1905. Transferred to Territorial Force as 21st (County of London) First Surrey Rifles 1st April, 1908.
First Surrey Rifles Victorian OR’s Field Service cap badge circa 1896-1901. Good die-stamped blackened brass Maltese Cross pattern bearing strung bugle to centre with “1” between the strings. Scroll beneath the Crown inscribed “1803 . 1559”. Additional scroll beneath the Cross inscribed “Concordia Victrix”. Loops
First Worcestershire Artillery Volunteers prize badge. A most unusual and most attractive die struck silvered example. Fixing: Three loops Condition: VGC
Fleet Air Arm Cold War 1960s Sea Vixon Jet Tie Pin, by Strattons.. A good plated example, depicting the carrier borne jet. Maker's stamp to the reverse of Strattons. Made in England.GC.
Fleet Air Arm Malta Made bullion Pilot's Wings. A good post 1953 pair retaining original Malta maker's circular paper label to the reverse. VGC
Fleet Air Arm Pilots Knee Pad. This example probably dates to the early post war years, bears the original owners name of Lt Cdr H.E.R. Bain. and retains original notes of when last used. GC.
Fleet Air Arm Pre 1937 Officer Observer Badge. A scarce bullion example of the pattern worn by Observer Officer's prior to the creation of the Fleet Air Arm in 1937 GC.
Foot Guards post 1953 Regimental Sergeant-Major's RSM rank badge. An impressive large padded arm example. VGC
Foot Guards rare RSM\'s large rank badge circa 1902-52. Bullion embroidered Royal Arms in high relief set on scarlet cloth ground. Blue velvet ground to Garter. Removed from a uniform, minor service wear and oxidisation to bullion.
Foot Guards Regimental Sergeant Major's (RSM) Rank Badge. A fine and scarce large King's Crown embroidered example, the central shield embroidered in coloured threads. Removed from uniform but excellent condition. Height 14 cm Worn by Grenadier Guards, Coldstream Guards, Scots Guards, Irish Guards and Welsh Guards RSM's
Foot Guards Warrant Officer’s bearskin A good example of Warrant Officer quality. Fitted with a graduated brass and leather backed, chin chain. Leather lining and wicker frame to the interior. The bearskin retains a good shape. GC
For Canadian cloth formation signs see Formation Sign section
Force 135 (Channel Islands Liberation Force) formation Badge. A very good example. Three yellow lions embroidered on red shield. VGC Liberated the Channel Islands in May 1945.
Force 135 (Channel Islands Liberation Force) WW2 formation sign. Three yellow lions printed on red shield. VGC Liberated the Channel Islands in May 1945.
Foreign Service helmet.
Forest Hill Ladies Rifle Corps 1914 rare enamelled lapel badge by Kenning & Son, London A fine circular silvered pinback example with green enamel scrolls, crossed rifles to centre.
Forest School CCF brass and enamel cap badge A good example on loops. One or two tiny chips to enamel
Forester Brigade Officer’s cap badge circa 1958-70 by J.R.Gaunt, London. A fine die-casts silvered and gilt example on loops.
FORESTERS scarce WW2 Notts & Derby slip-on shoulder title. A good example. Black embroidered on khaki. Complete with double securing tape to reverse.
FRANCE scarce WW2 blackened brass shoulder title. A fine example on loops.
FRANCE WW2 RAF Officer's nationality shoulder title. A good scarce embroidered example. VGC
France. Medaille Militaire, Croix de Guerre group of six probably to the Foreign Legion. An interesting group mounted as originally worn. Comprising: Medaille Militaire in silver, gilt and enamels; Croix de Guerre (Theatres d’Operations Exterieurs) with star; Croix du Combattant; ; Medaille Coloniale with “Extreme Orient” clasp; Medaille Corps Expeditionnaire d’Extreme Orient with “Indochine” clasp; Medaille Commemorative Operations Securite et Maintaien de l’Ordre with “Algerie” clasp. Mounted as worn in two tiers on black felt strip. Minor service wear, generally VGC
France. National Gendarmerie a Cheval 1913 pattern helmet. A fine example by Franck & Ses Fils, Aubervilliers. Gilt metal skull with nickel silver binding and with silvered helmet plate to the front depicting a flaming grenade. Mounted on the crown, a silvered metal comb ornamented with floral leaf decoration to either side. The front bears Medusa’s head looking forward, the comb supports bristle brush. To the left side, a silvered plume holder supports a red cut feather plume (possibly a replacement). A pair of lion’s head circular brass bosses support a set of leather backed silvered chin scales. The interior retains original cloth sweatband and adjustable leather lining formed by seven tongues. Horsehair mane to reverse absent otherwise VGC. Housed in large black painted transit / storage tin.
France. WW1 Croix de Guerre. A good bronze example with 1914-1917 reverse. Retaining original ribbon and pin fitting. GC.
Free French Navy Aircrew WW2 qualification badge. A very good English made die-cast silvered rope circlet with central fouled anchor mounted with gilt Cross of Lorraine. over winged five pointed star. Complete with loops VGC.
Free French Navy Pilot’s WW2 English made qualification badge. Scarce silver and gilt example. Reversed impressed “P” which was Gaunt’s mark for silver plate. Worn on the right breast. Two Loops. Gilt bright .
French 152 (Red Devils) Infantry Badge by Fraisse Paris. A good example, retaining original pin back fitting. GC.
French 152 (Red Devils) Infantry Badge by Fraisse Paris. A good die-cast silvered example, retaining original pin back fitting. Red enamel devil in oval and lettering.
French 20th Bn. Alpine Chasseurs silver breast badge. A good scarce die-cast example on stout pin. Reverse marked "Arthus Bertrand, Paris. Depose"
French 20th Bn. Alpine Chasseurs silver breast badge. A good scarce die-cast example on stout pin. Reverse marked "Arthus Bertrand, Paris. Depose"
French Colonial Medal A good silver example with clasp 'Afrique Occidentale Francaise' clasp. Rim impressed with silver mark 'argent'
French Commando insignia. A fine set of post war interest : Commando Entrainment double sided pennant ... pair of COMMANDO cloth titles ... Commando Entrainment silver wire cloth badge ... Commando Entrainment circular cloth badge and a similar stick-on badge.
French Gendarmerie Trooper’s helmet. A fine example. Burnished brass skull with silvered helmet plate to the front depicting a flaming grenade. Mounted on the crown, a silvered metal comb ornamented with floral leaf decoration to either side. The front bears Medusa’s head looking forward, from the comb flows a black horse hair plume and bristle brush. To the left side, a brass plume holder supports a cut feather plume of the National colours of red, white and blue. A pair of lion’s head circular brass bosses support a set of leather backed silvered chin scales. The interior retains original leather lining. GC
French Napoleonic Waterloo Period Heavy Cavalry Cuirassier\'s sword. A very scarce and impressive example of the pattern carrier by the feared French Cuirassiers at the Battle of Waterloo. The single edged straight blade with two wide fullers and spear point. The back of the blade with cutler\'s details and date 1810. Brass four bar open guard with leather grip. Housed in its original polished steel scabbard, fitted with two loose rings. This sword remains in good original condition (uncleaned or polished). Overall age patina.
French Navy, Maritime Aviation Pilot's breast badge (wings) circa 1939. A good die-cast silver and gilt example with two loops to reverse. Gilt worn otherwise GC. After the invasion of France, the Free French pilot's had the Cross of Lorraine added to their badge.
French Police badge Silvered and enamel reverse numbered A770 Fixing: Holes for sewing on Condition: GC
French Police badge Silvered and enamel Maker: Fraisse-Demey, Paris Fixing: Single screw post & dished retaining nut Condition: VGC
French Police Fob badge Silvered and enamel reverse numbered 1736 Fixing: Brooch pin Condition: GC
French pre war Maginot Line badge A good brass pinback exampleBlue
French Rotatif 7 Cylindres Aero Engine Sales booklet. Circa 1911 Condition: VGC
French Wounded Emergency Fund rare WWI cloth badge. A rare example, now with a few moth nips
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Frome and Selwood Volunteer Cavalry Georgian silver button. A good open back example, retaining shank VGC
Frontier Force Regiment Captain's rank slides A well worn cloth pair
G.H.Q. Middle East Divisional Cloth Badge A good example of an embroidered post 1946 pattern. Has been worn GC.
GCR / WAFF brass shoulder title. A good scarce cast elliptical example on loops by J.R. Gaunt London. Worn pre 1925 by Gold Coast Regiment of the West African Frontier Force
Geman Third Reich RLB stick pin Some defects to blue enamel
General Officer's pair of crossed sword and baton rank insignia. A good die-cast brass pair on loops
General Oficers Rank Insigina. A good set comprising a pair of scarlet Gorget Patches with bullion embroidered oakleaves and gilt mounted buttons (clips to reverse). Generals crossed Baton and Sword shoulder insignia, Gilt metal on loops. A little service wear
General pattern Victorian Militia shako plate. A good die-stamped white metal example on loops.
General Post Office Victorian brass button. Maker: Harrison & Smith, Birmingham Fixing: Shank Condition: GC
General Service Corps post 1953 OSD bronze cap badge. A good scarce EIIR example with blades. VGC
General Service Medal Clasp Palestine This is a pre WW2 name erased example. GC.
General’s post 1902 OSD bronze cap badge. A fine die-cast example on loops. Laurel sprays surmounted by Royal Crest, crossed sword and baton to voided centre.
George V Crowned Head Special Constabulary Police Medal This example awarded to "Joseph A Gardener" GC
George V Special Constabulary Medal A good Crowned head example awarded to Henry Hall GC
George V Visit to Ireland Medal 1911. A good example, unnamed as issued.
George VI Imperial Service Medal & Box. This example was awarded to \"Charles James Macklin\". Retaining original ribbon and pin fitting as worn. GC. London Gazette 27th January 1953 Technician Class 1 London Telecommunications Region.
George VI Period Metropolitan Police Night Helmet Plate A good scarce die-stamped blackened brass example with chrome GVIR cypher to centre. Retains two of three loops.
Georgian 11th (North Devon) Regt Officer’s gilt open back coatee button A fire gilt example retaining shank. Made by I.Nutting & Son King St Covent Garden VGC. Circa 1804-1820
Georgian Irish Militia Officer’s gilt coatee button. A fine gilt on copper flat example of general pattern by I. Lloyd, Dublin, bearing crowned Maid of Erin Harp. A little wear to gilt on highpoint, generally good condition.
Georgian Irish Volunteer Officer’s coatee button. A Silver on copper,open back example retaining shank. Good Condition
Georgian Isdulas Volunteers Officer’s plated open back coatee button circa 1803-08. A fine and scarce example by I.Nutting & Son King St Covent Garden. Complete with shank. VGC Denbighshire
Georgian Officer’s Universal Pattern gorget circa 1796-1830. A fine copper gilt example as worn at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. Crescent with raised edge, the centre part engraved with Crowned GR and attendant laurel sprays; lacking leather liner. Very minor wear to gilt in places. Near VGC. In May 1796 new regulations were issued abolishing silver gorgets and introducing the Universal pattern in gilt bearing the Royal Cypher. The gorget was abolished by William IV in August 1830 but permitted to be worn by Officers at home up to Christmas 1831 and up to 1832 by those abroad.
Georgian West Forfarshire Local Militia Officer’s gilt open back coatee button circa 1808-16 Complete with shank. A little rubbed.
GermaGerman Third Reich Pioneer Officer’s M36 Army Infantry Combat Tunic. A rare example. The dark green collar retaining aluminium wire collar patches with black central bars, wire breast eagle and swastika. Provision for ribbon bar and four breast awards. To the shoulders Officer’s pattern shoulder boards with black piping and backing. The interior with various issue stamps. The overall condition is good retaining a good shape. Moth nips to the backing cloth of the shoulder boards; breast eagle with one or two loose threads.
German 3rd Reich Army Panzer breast eagle A fine BeVo example in excellent unworn condition
German 3rd Reich WW2 Hauptverkehrsdirektion Brüssel railway official\'s armband. Black printed on grey with circular red eagle and swastika stamp. Rust marks. \"Hauptverkehrsdirektion\" (Central-Traffic-Directorate) which controlled much of the railway system in occupied Europe.
German Air Force. Third Reich Luftwaffe Aircraft equipment admin branch arm badge A fine unissued example.
German Air Force. Third Reich Luftwaffe Pilot's breast badge. A good embroidered example for wearing on the flight jacket. Moth to one edge.
German Army. Late WW2 BeVo breast eagle. A mint example.
German Army. Third Reich Artillery Officer's pair of collar patches. A fine pair in unissued condition still attached to each other with cotton.
German Imperial Army Officer schirmutze or peaked cap. A good scarce example, the body of field grey; red piping to the welt of the crown and either side of the black cap band. Cap band retains white ringed black cockade, crown with red, white and black example; pressed fibre peak. The interior with simulated leather sweatband and simulated silk lining with faint tailor’s details. Generally VGC retains a good shape
German Navy. Third Reich Torpedo Artificer's tate / trade badge. A fine unissued example
German NSDAP 1931 SA Treffen Brunswick breast badge A good die-cast silvered example. The flat reverse with vertical needle pin. Service wear
German post war Iron Cross and Wound Badge in black stickpin A good example with barley twist section on pin
German Third Reice Faithful Service Decoration. A good silvered and black enaeal example on original blue ribbon retaining original pin fitting.
German Third Reich 34th Infantry Regiment Army Officer's Shoulder Boards. A good WW2 pair removed from an Oberleutnant's tunic, of aluminium wire cord on white cloth, mounted with two gilt rank stars and "34". Service wear and grubby but basically good condition.
German Third Reich Armed Forces 4 year Service Medal. A good silvered example on Germanic mounted cornflower blue ribbon bearing silvered eagle and swastika. Grey cloth backed complete with pin fitting (actual pin clipped). Instituted 16th March, 1935.
German Third Reich Army Infantry Signals Operator\'s arm badge. White lightning bolt embroidered on dark green oval
German Third Reich Army (Heer) NCO's breast eagle A good flat silver war embroidered example sewn to field grey wool backing (mothed)
German Third Reich Army (Heer) Officer\'s / NCO\'s cap eagle. A good die-stamped example on two pins.
German Third Reich Army 12 year service medal Flash gilt example (finish worn) mounted as a single medal in Germanic style with eagle on ribbon
German Third Reich Army Afrika Korps 1st Pattern Issue Sun Helmet. A good clean example of light coloured cotton material with leather chin strap and edging. Retaining original National and Army metal shields. To the green interior, leather sweat band. Cork to crown crushed, otherwise good clean condition.
German Third Reich Army Armoured Infantry Signals Operator\'s Afrika Korps / Tropical arm badge. Green lightning bolt embroidered on tan cotton oval with bound edge
German Third Reich Army Armoured Infantry Signals Operator\'s arm badge. Green lightning bolt embroidered on dark green oval
German Third Reich Army Artillery Signals Operator\'s arm badge. Red lightning bolt embroidered on dark green oval
German Third Reich Army Artillery Signals Operator\'s arm badge. Red lightning bolt embroidered on grey oval with lighter grey bound edge.
German Third Reich Army Artilleryman's sleeve badge
German Third Reich Army Artilleryman's sleeve badge A good padded BeVo weave issue
German Third Reich Army cap eagle and swastika. A good aluminium example by F & B on three blades.
German Third Reich Army Cavalry Signals Operator\'s arm badge. Golden yellow lightning bolt embroidered on dark green oval
German Third Reich Army Gefreiter's double chevron Aluminium lace on dark green. A little moth to reverse.
German Third Reich Army marksman’s lanyard. A fine example of plaited aluminium cord, the top part mounted with aluminium device of shield and crossed swords within a narrow oak wreath surmounted by eagle and swastika; end with solid aluminium acorn indicating higher grade.
German Third Reich Army Mountain Troops arm badge A good BeVo example of Edelweiss within a chained border. Introduced 1st May, 1939
German Third Reich Army Oberschutz rank star Afrika Korps / Tropical arm badge. Grey star embroidered on tan cotton disc with bound edge.
German Third Reich Army Officer's peaked cap wreath and roundel, A good aluminium wire embroidered oak wreath with central aluminium National Cockade. Dark green backing cloth. Very slight oxidisation to cockade.
German Third Reich Army Officer's peaked cap wreath and roundel, A good aluminium wire embroidered oak wreath with central aluminium National Cockade. Dark green backing cloth. Very slight oxidisation to cockade.
German Third Reich Army Officer’s dagger by rare maker Max Weyersberg. A good example with amber ivorine twist grip and plated mounts. Oak leaf ornamented pommel, crossguard and langet bearing an eagle and swastika, the blade plain except for maker's stamping WMW Waffen. Housed in its plated pebbled scabbard with both oakleaf bands retaining loose suspension rings. Some wear and minor staining to blade otherwise good condition. Army (Heer) Officer’s dagger was designed by Paul Casburg in 1935.
German Third Reich Army Panzer Officer’s peaked cap by Erel. A fine example of field grey woollen cloth with pink piping to the welt of the crown and either side of the green woollen band. To the front of the the crown an aluminium eagle and swastika, on the band, an aluminium cockade in oakleaf wreath. Aluminium cap cords supported by pebbled buttons. Black pressed fibre peak, leather sweatband, lining (with celluloid diamond absent) bearing details of “Erel Sonderklasse”. A superb shaped example in fine condition
German Third Reich Army Signals Mechanic NCO\'s arm badge. A fine aluminium wire piped field grey disc with yellow embroidered Gothic \"M\" over lightning bolt.
German Third Reich Army Ski-Jäger arm badge. A good scarce BeVo example. Crossed skis on oak pray within oval roped border
German Third Reich Army Smoke Troops Signals Operator\'s arm badge. Burgundy lightning bolt embroidered on dark green oval
German Third Reich cased 1939 War Merit Cross 1st Class by Karl Gschiermeister, Wien. A fine die-cast silvered example with tapered pin impressed "50". Housed in original case, the fitted interior with simulated black velvet (flock) and cream silk, the lid impressed with silver outline of the award. Very minor service wear.
German Third Reich cased 1939 War Merit Cross 1st Class by Karl Gschiermeister, Wien. A fine die-cast silvered example with tapered pin impressed "50". Housed in original case, the fitted interior with simulated black velvet (flock) and cream silk, the lid impressed with silver outline of the award. Very minor service wear.
German Third Reich DAF Member's badge by Hillenbrand & Bröer, Lüdenscheid Aluminium cogwheel, pinback. Reverse with M1/76
German Third Reich DJ member's badge. Plated tin example on pinback. Single rune in diamond.
German Third Reich Eastern Peoples Decoration 2nd Class Good die-cast example on plain green ribbon retaining original brooch pin. Traces of gilt wash Instituted 14th July, 1942.
German Third Reich Heer (Army) Sports Vest eagle and swastika Good large example removed from vest
German Third Reich HVD Brüssel Railway sleeve eagle. A fine yellow on black BeVo example in unworn condition. "Hauptverkehrsdirektion" (Central-Traffic-Directorate) which controlled much of the railway system in occupied Europe.
German Third Reich HVD Brüssel Railway sleeve eagle. A fine yellow on black BeVo example in unworn condition. "Hauptverkehrsdirektion" (Central-Traffic-Directorate) which controlled much of the railway system in occupied Europe.
German Third Reich HVD Brussels State Traffic Directorate State Raiways arm badge A fine BeVo golden yellow on black eagle and swastika over "HVD Brüssel"
German Third Reich HVD Brussels State Traffic Directorate State Raiways arm badge A fine BeVo golden yellow on black eagle and swastika over "HVD Brüssel"
German Third Reich insignia. SA cap eagle and swastika on blades ... cap cockade ... rank star ... NSDAP button. Provenance Soldiers war booty tin ...
German Third Reich Iron Cross ribbon mounted Germanic style Pin back
German Third Reich Jager Troops cap badge Fine unworn die-stamped aluminium oakleaf cluster on three integral (bend over) blades
German Third Reich Kriegsmarine breast eagle A good BeVo weave example, yellow on navy
German Third Reich Kriegsmarine breast eagle A good BeVo weave example, yellow on navy.
German Third Reich Kriegsmarine Naval Officer's breast eagle and swastika. A fine gold wire embroidered example removed from tunic.
German Third Reich Kriegsmarine Naval Officer's breast eagle and swastika. A fine gold wire embroidered example removed from tunic.
German Third Reich Kriegsmarine Naval Officer’s dagger by Eickhorn. A good gilded brass example, the blade etched with fouled anchor, foliage etc. and Original Eickhorn, Solingen maker’s squirrel logo. Gilt mounts with twist wire bound simulated ivory grip; eagle and swastika pommel. Housed in its scabbard with lightening bolt designs and retaining both suspension rings. A few minor dents to scabbard. Some service wear overall. Introduced in 1938.
German Third Reich Kriegsmarine Sailor's cap eagle and swastika Good die-stamped example on single stick pin
German Third Reich Luftwaffe 1st pattern Officer’s dagger crossguard. Aluminium gilt mobile swastika to centre of down swept crossguard on both sides. Dagger introduced in 1935, superseded by 2nd pattern July, 1937.
German Third Reich Luftwaffe Pilot's Badge by Paul Meybauer, Berlin. A fine die-cast example. Mounted on a silvered oval wreath of laurel and oak, a darkened eagle in flight clutching swastika in its talons. Vertical round pin fitting to the reverse; reverse of eagle with "P Meybauer, Berlin".
German Third Reich Luftwaffe Pilot's Badge by Paul Meybauer, Berlin. A fine die-cast example. Silvered oval wreath of laurel and oak mounted with a darkened eagle in flight clutching swastika in its talons. Vertical round pin fitting to the reverse; reverse of eagle with "P Meybauer, Berlin".
German Third Reich Luftwaffe sports vest eagle and swastika. A good example with minor rust marks.
German Third Reich M44 WW2 Army BeVo breast eagle
German Third Reich Medal for the Annexation of the Sudetenland (Czechoslovakia) 1st October 1938.. A fine bronze example on ribbon.
German Third Reich Military Field Police pair of Officer's collar patches. A fine scarce pair with centrl orange line to the litzen
German Third Reich Mother's Cross 2nd Class in Silver. A good clean example retaining original full length neck ribbon. Blue and white enamelled arms and central black enamel swastika awarded for bearing 6 or 7 children. Reverse with facsimile Adolf Hitler signature. Tiny nick to enamel. Instituted by Adolf Hitler on 16th December 1938.
German Third Reich NSDAP 3rd Class Long Service Medal. A good bronze example awarded for 10 years service complete with ribbon. Minor service wear. GC Instituted 2nd April 1939.
German Third Reich NSDAP 3rd Class Long Service Medal. A good bronze example awarded for 10 years service complete with ribbon. Minor service wear. GC Instituted 2nd April 1939.
German Third Reich NSDAP bicycle pennent White piped red example
German Third Reich NSDAP bicyle pennent Good white piped red triangular example printed both sides with white disc containing black swastika, To brass securing rings
German Third Reich NSDAP Party armband. A good example. Black swastika machine woven on white disc sewn to red cotton band. Very minor service wear
German Third Reich NSDAP red, white and black enamelled Party badge by Karl Wurster, Markneukirchen. A superior quality silver plated lapel badge with button hole fitting. Reverse bearing raised RZM logo and maker's code M1/34
German Third Reich NSPAP cap / kepi eagle by Zimmermann. A good gilt metal issue on three blades stamped RZM M1/72 (Fritz Zimmermann, Stuttgart)
German Third Reich Pair of Army Signals Section Other Ranks Shoulder Straps. A good matching pair as worn with yellow piping.
German Third Reich Pair of Engineers Army Officer's Collar Patches A good matching pair with black central bars. Removed from uniform
German Third Reich Police 8 year Long Service Medal. A good silvered medal on cornflower blue ribbon.
German Third Reich Police 8 year Long Service Medal. A good silvered medal on cornflower blue ribbon.
German Third Reich Police Arm badge A fine large red embroidered eagle and swastika set on oak wreath all on field grey oval. Removed from uniform.
German Third Reich Police cap badge circa 1933-45 A good die-stamped aluminium example on one or two pointed wire fixings
German Third Reich Police Pouch A good patent black leather example complete with Police device of eagle and swastika resting in am oak wreath.
German Third Reich Political Leader's Buckle A fine bright gilt aluminium example with RZM tag. Complete with fixed end, detachable end absent,
German Third Reich Railway Official's Collar Badge. Metal winged wheel and swastika on yellow / dark blue piped patch
German Third Reich Reichsarbeitsdienst RAD member's stickpin. A good oval painted example. Pin with central barleytwist section. Reverse with raised "GES. GERSCH". Minor service wear.
German Third Reich Reichskriegerbind member's tiepin / stickpin. A good 1939-45 enamelled example on shortened in. Reverse with raised "GES. GESCH"
German Third Reich SA dagger strap and belt loop. A good pair, the metal clip bearing unusual maker's logo of "S" entwined with anchor. A little service wear
German Third Reich SA dagger strap and belt loop. A good pair, the metal clip bearing unusual maker's logo of "S" entwined with anchor. A little service wear
German Third Reich SA Stormtrooper’s dagger by Robert Klaas Solingen. A good clean example. The blade etched “Alles für Deutschland” and RZM M7/37 stamp. Brown wooden grip inlaid with silvered eagle and enamelled circular SA device. Housed in original brown painted scabbard with plated mounts.
German Third Reich Stickpin for financial supporters of the NSFK A grey metal example. The pin with central barleytwist section. Reverse with raised "GES. GESCH"
German Third Reich Sturm-Abteilung SA member's tiepin stickpin A good silvered example, the pin with central barleytwist section. Reverse impressed "GES. GESCH"
German Third Reich Sturm-Abteilung SA member's tiepin stickpin A good silvered example, the pin with central barleytwist section. Reverse impressed "GES. GESCH"
German Third Reich Tag Der Arbeit 1935 tinnie or day badge by Carl Winkler, Hanau A fine die-cast aluminium example on brooch pin
German Third Reich Wehrpass A good example issued 12/10/1937 to Adam Ritter born 26/11/1893 who served in Wehrbez. Kdo. Berlin 1.. Last entry 11/10/43. Good condition.
German Third Reich wound badge in black, Die-stamped. Pin back. Some wear to painted finish
German Third Reich WVD Brussels Armed Forces Traffic Directorate State Raiways arm badge A fine BeVo golden yellow on black eagle and swastika over "WVD Brüssel"
German Third Reich WVD Brussels Armed Forces Traffic Directorate State Raiways arm badge A fine BeVo golden yellow on black eagle and swastika over "WVD Brüssel"
German Third Reich WW2 1939 Iron Cross 1st Class by C.F. Zimmermann, Pforzheim a. Main A good example with magnetic centre. Reverse with tapered pin. The underside of the pin, just below the hinge, impressed “L/52”. A little lifting to paint on iron centre.
German Third Reich WW2 1939 Luftwaffe Aircraft Equipment Administration sleeve badge. Fine blue grey wool circular example embroidered with grey aerial engine and propeller
German Third Reich WW2 1939 War Merit Cross 1st Class with Swords by Friedrich Orth, Wien. A good die-cast silver plated example. Vertical tapered pin to reverse stamped 'L15'. Slight service wear.
German Third Reich WW2 1941 dated Kriegsmarine cap eagle A good die-cast golden aluminium example on barleytwist pin fitting. Various markings.
German Third Reich WW2 1943 dated indentity disc / dog tag. Good oval aluminium example to 3rd Local Defence Battalion
German Third Reich WW2 54th Artillery Regiment Major's shoulder board. A good example with some service wear
German Third Reich WW2 56th Regiment Hauptman's shoulder board. A fine example with minor service wear.
German Third Reich WW2 Army / Waffen SS Close Combat Clasp. A good scarce die-cast example of this much coveted bronze award. Eagle and swastika above crossed bayonet and stick grenade flanked by oakleaf sprays. Tapered fluted pin to reverse and complete with blackened central backing plate. Introduced in November 1942 by Adolf Hitler.
German Third Reich WW2 Army / Waffen SS Infantry Assault Badge A good die-cast grey metal example with ball jointed vertical needle pin. Rifle and bayonet superimposed on oval oak wreath surmounted by eagle and swastika. Some service wear. . Instituted 20th December 1939.
German Third Reich WW2 Army / Waffen SS Infantry Assault Badge. A good die-cast grey metal example with vertical needle pin. Rifle and bayonet superimposed on oval oak wreath surmounted by eagle and swastika. Some oxidisation Instituted 20th December 1939.
German Third Reich WW2 Army / Waffen SS Silver Tank Assault Badge. A good die-stamped example with flash silvered finish. Approaching panzer within an oval oakleaf wreath surmounted by eagle and swastika. Vertical round pin fixing to reverse. Minor service wear, retains most original finish. Generally VGC.
German Third Reich WW2 Army Artillery gunner and smoke troop gunner BeVo sleeve badge Slightly padded embroidered flaming shell with oak wreath
German Third Reich WW2 Army Breast Eagle. A fine unworn late war BeVo example
German Third Reich WW2 Army cloth Cap cockade folded Provenance Soldiers war booty tin ...
German Third Reich WW2 Army Gebirgsjager Edelweiss BeVo Arm Good simulated silk example, appears cut from a reel.
German Third Reich WW2 Army M44 Breast Eagle. A fine unworn machine woven example of grey eagle and swastika on green triangular background
German Third Reich WW2 Army M44 Breast Eagle. A fine unworn machine woven example of grey eagle and swastika on green triangular background
German Third Reich WW2 Army NCO's 11th Infantry Regiment shoulder strap. A fine Oberfeldwebel's (RSM) example. Provenance Soldiers war booty tin ...
German Third Reich WW2 Army Officer's / senior NCO's breast eagle. Flat aluminium embroidered example sewn to field grey backing. Small moth hole to top left border. Provenance Soldiers war booty tin
German Third Reich WW2 Army Officer's / senior NCO's breast eagle. Flat aluminium embroidered example sewn to field grey backing. Removed from uniform Provenance Soldiers war booty tin ...
German Third Reich WW2 Army Officers Bullion Breast Eagle. This example has been removed from a uniform, some fraying to the edge.
German Third Reich WW2 Army Side Cap Eagle. A good BeVo example.
German Third Reich WW2 Bahnschutzpolizei cuff title. A good scarce black example with raised silver-aluminium embroidered “Bahnschutzpolizei”; edged top and bottom with line of silver-aluminium embroidery. Introduced for Railway Police in 1941.
German Third Reich WW2 era Kriegsmarine Officers Dagger Strap. A scarce single example, with flash gilt mounts and working spring clip. Material velvet strap and gilt clean and fresh. Please note single strap.
German Third Reich WW2 Kriegsmarine breast eagle. A fine BeVo example in superb condition.
German Third Reich WW2 Kriegsmarine Destroyers War badge by by Sohni, Heubach & Co. A good example. Within a gilt oval oakleaf wreath surmounted by eagle and swastika, a silver speeding destroyer with its bows breaking through the wreath Reverse bears S.H.u.Co. maker’s details and retains horizontal with needle pin and well replaced hook and evidence small hook to reverse of eagle. Overall service wear Authorised 4th June 1940 by Grand Admiral Raeder.
German Third Reich WW2 Kriegsmarine Minesweepers War Badge. A good die-cast unmarked example. Within a gilded oval oak wreath surmounted by eagle and swastika, a funnel of water caused by an explosion. Reverse with tapered vertical pin. Some service wear
German Third Reich WW2 Kriegsmarine Officer's war economy breast eagle A good example , navy embroidered with yellow celluloid (in place of aluminium wire) eagle and swastika removd from a uniform.
German Third Reich WW2 Leutnant\'s Geheime Feldpolizei (Secret Field Police) shoulder board. A good scarce example. Formed 21st July, 1939 with personnel from the Gestapo and of the Kriminalpolizei.
German Third Reich WW2 Luftwaffe Air Gunner/Flight Engineer’s Breast Badge.
German Third Reich WW2 Luftwaffe Air Gunner/Flight Engineer’s Breast Badge. A good cloth embroidered NCO’s example for wear on the flight jacket. Instituted 22nd June 1942.
German Third Reich WW2 Luftwaffe Flak Section Officer’s collar patch. Oberleutnant’s aluminium wire piped red collar patch with aluminium wire embroidered two gull wings over laurel spray. Excellent example retaining original celluloid film wrapping
German Third Reich WW2 Luftwaffe Flying Section Officers Hauptmann Collar Badges. A good matching pair as worn. Silver bullion embroidery on yellow ground. Removed from uniform
German Third Reich WW2 Luftwaffe Operational Flying Clasp for Bombers by Richard Sieper u. Söhne, Ludenscheid. Scarce die-cast silvered 2nd class example (awarded for 60 operational flights). Pin and its base absent otherwise a good example. Instituted 30th January 1941.
German Third Reich WW2 Luftwaffe Operational Flying Clasp for Bombers by Richard Sieper u. Söhne, Ludenscheid. Scarce die-cast silvered 2nd class example (awarded for 60 operational flights). Pin and its base absent otherwise a good example. Instituted 30th January 1941.
German Third Reich WW2 Luftwaffe Other Ranks Belt Buckle by Gustav Hermann Osang A good pressed steel example retaining good proportion of the blue painted finish with triangular GHO logo to reverse.
German Third Reich WW2 Military Police (Feldgendarmerie) Officer's Arm Badge. A fine scarce example removed from a uniform. Eagle and swastika superimposed on oval oak wreath on a field grey backing cloth. Minor service wear
German Third Reich WW2 Military Police (Feldgendarmerie) Officer's Arm Badge. A fine scarce example removed from a uniform. Eagle and swastika superimposed on oval oak wreath on a field grey backing cloth. Minor service wear
German Third Reich WW2 Ober Leutnant's 90th Infantry Regiment shoulder board. A good example removed from a tunic
German Third Reich WW2 Ober Leutnant's 90th Infantry Regiment shoulder board. A good example removed from a tunic
German Third Reich WW2 Panzer BeVo cloth breast eagle. A fine example. White eagle and swastika on black ground.
German Third Reich WW2 Panzer BeVo cloth breast eagle. A fine example. White eagle and swastika on black ground.
German Third Reich WW2 Panzer BeVo cloth cap badge. A fine example. White eagle and swastika over roundel of national colours.
German Third Reich WW2 service photo album cover German Helmet device A fine die-stamped example on two blades
German Third Reich WW2 Sliver Wound Badge by Wilhelm Deumer, Ludenscheid) in packet of issue A good die-cast silvered example (most finish now absent), the reverse stamped \"Lii\" and with vertical needle pin,
German Third Reich WW2 Social Welfare Medal circa 1939-45. A good oxidised silver example. The obverse with raised eagle and swastika superimposed on Geneva Cross; reverse with raised legend “Medaille für deutsche Volksplege”. Slight metal degradation to reverse. Previous German Red Cross awards superseded by the German Social Welfare Decoration 1st May 1939.
German Third Reich WW2 SS Cavalry NCOs Shoulder Strap. A rare example, the top of the strap of black cloth, with yellow piping and edged with silver lace. The underside of green cloth, retaining strap.
German Third Reich WW2 War Merit Cross 1st Class by Wilhelm Deumer, Ludenscheid. Good die-cast silvered example on vertical tapered pin, reverse impressed L/11. Slight oxidisation
German Third Reich WW2 War Merit Cross 2nd class without swords A good bronze example 22on long length of original ribbon.
German Third Reich WW2 War Merit Cross with Swords. Complete with original ribbon.
German Third Reich WW2 Wehrmacht's ethnic Georgian Legion badge circa 1941-45. A fine unissued screen printed example on white cotton.
German Third Reich WW2 West Wall Medal in packet of issue, A fine bronzed example with length of post war ribbon for display
German Third Reich WW2 West Wall Medal in packet of issue, A fine WW2 period bronzed medal, now with length of post war ribbon for display. Original WW2 packet
German Third Reich WW2 West Wall Medal. Good example complete with original ribbon.
German Third Reich. Five Armed Forces flag day badges. Good painted plastic examples, each retaining pin fitting to reverse.
German Third Reich. Five Armed Forces flag day badges. Good painted plastic examples, each retaining pin fitting to reverse.
German Third Reich. Pre war / WW2 Army, seven numbered buttons. Provenance Soldiers war booty tin
German Third Reich. Pre war / WW2 Army, six numbered buttons. Provenance Soldiers war booty tin
German Third Reich. SA Sports Armband. A good scarce example. Red cotton band with applied white disc bearing golden brown Gladius sword superimposed on swastika within an oak wreath.
German Third Reich. Six assorted day badges or Tinnies All complete with pins, various conditions (6 items)
German Third Reich. Six assorted day badges or Tinnies All complete with pins, various conditions (6 items)
German Third Reich. WW2 Army Officer’s dagger straps A good silver wire, olive green velvet backed pair of the regulation pattern with oakleaf decoration. Both spring clips remain in working order. Service and age wear.
German Third Reich. WW2 Panzer Troops BeVo cloth cap badge. White eagle and swastika over roundel of national colours. Very good condition.
German WW1 Iron Cross and Wound Badge in black stickpin A good example with barley twist section on pin
German WW2 1939 War Merit Cross 1st Class. A good example with tapered pin impressed “4”. (Steinhauer und Luck, Ludenscheid).
German WW2 Armycloth cap cockade Provenance Soldiers war booty tin ...
German WW2 Iron Cross 2nd Class & Original Packet. A very good example of the 1939 issue Iron Cross with ribbon. Non maker marked, toned.Contained in original package. Package now in tatty condition.
German WW2 Third Reich General Assault stickpin Good example on pin with barley twist section
German WW2 Third Reich Infantry Assault stickpin A good example with barley twist section on pin
German WW2 Third Reich Wound Badge in black stickpin A good example with barley twist section on pin
German WW2 Waffen-SS trapezoid ski cap insignia Fine scarce BeVo embroidered SS eagle and swastika over skull still machine sewn to piece of field grey cloth cut from the cap Provenance Soldiers war booty tin ...
German WWI Kuffbund Commemorative Medal A good oval brass example on ribbon.
German. 1939 War Merit Cross 2nd Class in bronze without swords. A good example.
German. Iron Cross 1914, second class. A fine example with magnetic centre. Ring stamped with maker mark.
German. Third Reich Faithful Service Decoration 2nd class for 25 years. A good frosted silver example with central black enamel swastika. Following the first mention of such awards in late 1935, they were instituted by Adolf Hitler on 30th January 1938, designed by Professor Richard Klein
German. Third Reich Faithful Service Decoration 2nd class for 25 years. A good frosted silver example with central black enamel swastika. Following the first mention of such awards in late 1935, they were instituted by Adolf Hitler on 30th January 1938, designed by Professor Richard Klein
German. Third Reich Technische Nothilfe (TeNo) cuff title. A good scarce black example with white embroidered “Tecnische Nothilfe”; edged top and bottom with line of white embroidery. Technische Nothilfe (Technical Emergency Corps) was better known as TeNo
German. Third Reich WW2 Oberstleutnant (Lt.Col) 24th Infantry Regiment shoulder board A good example removed from a tunic
German. Third Reich WW2 Oberstleutnant (Lt.Col) 24th Infantry Regiment shoulder board, A good example removed from a tunic
German. WW2 Army / Waffen SS General Assault Badge. A good unmarked die-cast silvered grey metal example. Reverse with vertical round pin fitting. Slught oxidisation to reverse. Generally very good condition.
German. WW2 Army / Waffen SS General Assault Badge. A good die-stamped silvered example with needle pinon ball joint to reverse. Within an oval bearing oakleaves and acorns, the eagle and swastika above crossed bayonet and stick grenade. Wear to finish. Instituted 1st June, 1940.
German. WW2 Army Officer’s dagger straps A good pair of the regulation pattern, with engraved decoration. Both spring clips remain in working order. Service and age wear. GC.
German. WW2 Kriegsmarine Blockade Runners War badge. A good die-cast example. Circular chain being broken by a merchant vessel with winged eagle and swastika figurehead. Reverse with vertical ball jointed needl pin and raised maker’s details of “Fec. Otto Placzek, Berlin. Ausf. A.G.M.u.K. 4 Gablonz.”. Some service wear. Instituted 1st April, 1941
GHQ India pair of WW2 printed formation signs. A fine uncut pair. Five pointed star on red over black rectangle.
GHQ Middle East facing pair of formation signs Golden yellow camel printed on red over blue shields. Removed from uniform. This GHQ commanded Egypt, Palestine & Transjordan, Cyprus, The Sudan, Aden, British Somaliland, Iraq, the Shores of the Persian Gulf, East Africa, Crete, and Greece.
Gibraltar Defence Force die-stamped white metal cap badge circa 1939-58. A fine example on loops. Redesignated Gibraltar Regiment in 1958.
Gibraltar Garrison felt embroidered formation sign. Condition: VGC
Girls Venture Corps (Air Wing) Cloth Badges. Two examples, comprising embroidered onto felt shoulder title and blue embroidered aircraft. GC small moth hole to the title.
GLAMORGAN Brass Welsh Shoulder Title A good example on flat hexagonal loops.
Glasgow University TC (TA) brass cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example. Slider. Minor spots of surface verdigris to reverse. Generally VGC. (KK 2459)
Glider Pilot Regiment Cap Badge by Firmin London. A fine die-stamped white metal example with the maker's stamp to the slider. A pristine die-stamped white metal example with the maker's stamp to the slider.
Glider Pilot Regiment facing pair of Officer\'s collar badges by Firmin, London An excellent scarce die-cast silver plated pair on loops.
Glider Pilot Regiment Kings Crown Other Ranks facing pair of Collar Badges. A fine very scarce die-stamped pair, each on single flat loop.
Glider Pilot Regiment pair of cloth shoulder titles. A good scarce pair of dark blue embroidered on light blue removed from a uniform. Some service wear
GLIDER PILOT REGT. embroidered shoulder title. A fine scarce example. Dark blue serif letter on light blue.
Glider-Borne Troops, Airborne Forces WW2 arm badge. A fine example. Blue glider embroidered on khaki oval. See “British Army Proficiency Badges” by Edwards & Langley , 89A
Gloucestershire Regiment 1878 pattern Militia, Territorial Officer’s helmet. A good post 1902 example of an Officer’s Home Service Pattern blue cloth helmet by Hawkes & Co of Piccadilly complete with gilt metal cross piece, spike and rose head bosses supporting a velvet backed chin chain. To the front, a gilt metal eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a King’s Crown; mounted on the star a laurel wreath enclosing the Garter. Within the Garter, a silver Sphinx resting on a blank tablet (indicating Militia or Territorial Battalion) set on a black velvet ground. To the base of the wreath an applied silver tri-part scroll inscribed “The Gloucestershire Regiment”. Crimson silk topped leather sweatband to the interior. Furniture with traces of gilt only, otherwise VGC Militia and Territorial Battalions were not authorised to wear the famous back badge.
Gloucestershire Regiment 1881-1914 OR’s helmet plate centre. A fine scarce die-stamped brass example, white metal Sphinx on Egypt tablet within circlet inscribed “Gloucestershire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. Very good condition. (KK 384)
Gloucestershire Regiment 1881-1914 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped bi-metal example. White metal Sphinx on Egypt tablet within brass circlet inscribed “Gloucestershire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. (KK 384)
Gloucestershire Regiment back badge. A good die-stamped brass example on slider. The 28th Foot (which became 1st Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment on 1st July 1881) was accorded the unique honour of wearing a back badge in commemoration of their distinguished conduct when engaged both to the front and rear in the great Battle before Alexandria on 21st March 1801. This distinction was later confirmed by Horse Guards Order dated 11th May 1830.
Gloucestershire Regiment blank scroll brass back badge. A rare post 1908 die-stamped example on slider worn by Territorials up to the Great War.
Gloucestershire Regiment brass back badge. A good die-stamped example on slider. Minor service wear The 28th Foot (which became 1st Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment on 1st July 1881) was accorded the unique honour of wearing a back badge in commemoration of their distinguished conduct when engaged both to the front and rear in the great Battle before Alexandria on 21st March 1801. This distinction was later confirmed by Horse Guards Order dated 11th May 1830.
Gloucestershire Regiment Duty Plate. A good issued example, with stamped details of 5183439 E Warren.
Gloucestershire Regiment OR's Back Badge Large die-stamped bi-metal example on slider
Gloucestershire Regiment scarce cap badge by JR Gaunt, London A fine die-stamped white metal example on named slider.
Gloucestershire Regiment TA Bn. blank scroll back badge. A rare post 1908 example worn by Territorials up to the Great War. Complete with slider VGC
Gloucestershire Regiment WW1 / WW2 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
Gloucestershire Regiment WW1/WW2 back badge. A good die-stamped brass example on slider. Surface verdigris to part of wreath
Gold Coast District printed formation sign. Yellow palm tree within a black circle set on yellow square. Cotton backing
Gold Coast Regiment Royal West African Frontier Force Shoulder Title. A good bronze example retaining loops.
Gold Coast Rifle Volunteers scarce Edwardian cap badge. A fine die-stamped white metal example on loops. Excellent Raised by Major Frederick Hodgson in 1892 whilst Colonial Secretary for the Gold Coast; he became Governor and Commander in Chief of the Gold Coast from 1898 to 1900.
Gold Coast Rifle Volunteers scarce Victorian OR's cap badge. A fine die-stamped white metal example on loops. Raised by Major Frederick Hodgson in 1892 whilst Colonial Secretary for the Gold Coast; he became Governor and Commander in Chief of the Gold Coast from 1898 to 1900.
Gordon Highlanders 1896 Casualty India General Service Medal, clasp “Relief of Chitral 1895”. A good example awarded to “4530 Pte. P. Havenhand. 1st Bn. Gord. Highrs.”. GC Confirmed on the Medal Roll and listed as Dead.
Gordon Highlanders Field Officer’s Sword Guard This example is of the Regimental pattern, with nickel plated bowl guard pierced and engraved with thistles. Shield shaped cartouche engraved with regimental badge. Some wear to the plating, otherwise GC
Gordon Highlanders Officer's glengarry badge. A fine silver plated xample. Within an ivy wreath bearing the legend "Bydand" across the base, the crest of the Marquis of Huntly (in relief, a stag's head with antlers, coronet below). Fixing: Loops Condition: VGC
Gordon Highlanders Officer’s shoulder belt plate. A post 1881 example. Burnished gilt rectangular plate mounted with cut silver Thistle Star. To the centre a Stag’s head and Coronet within a title strap with thistle spray base. Above the centre an applied Sphinx resting on a tablet inscribed “Egypt”; below the centre the Tiger on a tablet inscribed “India”. Reverse retains original fixings comprising two hooks and two studs (one stud an old replacement now no longer present). Gilt worn to base metal, minor wear to highpoints otherwise GC
GORDON scarce WW1 Gordon Highlanders Scottish slip-on shoulder title, White embroidered on khaki with broad tape to reverse. Some moth.
GQ Parachutist Silver Plated Gregory & Quilter Company Parachute Badge A scarce original 'Gregory & Quilter Parachute Company die-stamped silver plated winged parachute canopy GQ badge' depicting a parachutist. Retaining original pin fittings. The 'GQ Parachutist badge' was given by the 'Gregory & Quilter Company' to anyone who had completed parachute training using their parachutes.
GREAT BRITAIN WW2 RAF Royal Air Force nationality title. Remains in Very Good Condition.
Great Yarmouth Police King’s Crown night helmet plate. Crowned blackened brass star; chrome shield to centre. Three loops to reverse. GC
Green fig leaf embroidered on off white rectangle. Green fig leaf embroidered on off white rectangle. Removed from uniform. Good condition Joined BEF in March 1940 and took part in the fighting during the withdrawl to Dunkirk
Green fig leaf embroidered on off white rectangle. Green fig leaf embroidered on off white rectangle. Removed from uniform. Good condition Joined BEF in March 1940 and took part in the fighting during the withdrawl to Dunkirk
Green Jackets Black
Green Jackets Brigade Officer’s 1958 hallmarked silver cap badge by JR Gaunt & Sons A fine die-cast example bearing Birmingham hallmarks on long loops. Within a laurel wreath surmounted by a Crown on “Peninsula” tablet, a Maltese cross bearing a strung bugle to centre.
Grenade / R.F. scarce WW1 Royal Fusiliers slip-on cloth shoulder title. Herringbone securing loop/tape to reverse
Grenade / RF WWi Royal Fusiliers printed slip-on shoulder title. Fine white on khaki example retaining pair of attachment tapes to reverse.
Grenadier Guard Colour badge on Sergeant's chevrons. Minor service wear.
Grenadier Guard Colour Sergeant\'s rank badge circa 1911-35. A fine and scarce George V example. Bullion crowned crimson silk flag on its staff bearing bullion Union devices to each corner and central GR Cypher, reversed and interlaced; beneath the flag, crossed swords. The badge sewn to three large gold lace chevrons. Removed from tunic, minor service wear.
Grenadier Guards EIIR Colour Sergeant’s badge. A good bullion example. VGC
Grenadier Guards Brass Duty Bed Plate. A good attributed example, this been issued to 7939 Henry W Ashdown. The reverse with stamp Duty. GC.
Grenadier Guards Brass Duty Bed Plate. A good example with the original owners details. VGC.
Grenadier Guards casualty Crimea Medal, clasp “Sebastopol”. A fine example officially impressed “M. Rhodes Grenadier Gds” with clasp “Sebastopol”. M. Rhodes, 3rd Bn. Grenadier Guards died at the infamous hospital, Scutari.
Grenadier Guards Colour Sergeant’s rank badge circa 1937-52. A fine scarce George VI example. Bullion crowned crimson silk flag on its staff bearing bullion Union devices to each corner and central GR Cypher, reversed and interlaced; beneath the flag, crossed swords. VGC
Grenadier Guards Duty Bed Plate. A good used example, mounted with the Regimental Cap Badge and original owners details of 2611126 H Hewitt GC
Grenadier Guards early EIIR Warrant Officer's waist belt clasp. A good scarce example with matching numbers to both halves. Nickel circlet inscribed "Grenadier Guards"; lined centre bearing flaming grenade with ER cypher reversed and interlaced. Ornate ends. A little service wear.
Grenadier Guards EIIR Staff Badge Fine die-stamped brass example, the ball with crowned ER cypher, reversed and interlaced. Loops
Grenadier Guards Elizabeth II Colour Sergeant’s Badge A good example. Bullion crowned crimson silk flag on its staff bearing bullion Union devices to each corner and central ER Cypher, reversed and interlaced; beneath the flag, crossed swords. Some service wear.
Grenadier Guards GVIR Sergeant’s cap badge circa 1936-52. A good die-stamped brass example on loops. (KK 1951)
Grenadier Guards GVIR Sergeant’s cap badge. A pristine die-stamped brass example on loops. (KK 1951)
Grenadier Guards GVIR Warrant Officer's cap badge. A good die-stamped brass flaming grenade on loops, the ball mounted with silvered crowned cypher, reversed and interlaced,
Grenadier Guards GVIR Warrant Officer’s cap badge circa 1937-52. A good die-stamped brass flaming grenade on loops, the ball mounted with silver crowned GR cypher, reversed and interlaced.
Grenadier Guards rare George III Waterloo period OR’s valise badge. A good scarce cast brass excavated example. Within a crowned Garter, a GR Cypher, reversed and interlaced and bearing “III” to the centre. Three flat integral loops to reverse (one at fault). GC
Grenadier Guards scarce 1911-35 OR’s brass pagri badge. A good die-stamped example on long slider.
Grenadier Guards scarce GVIR brass valise badge. Fixing: Single large flat loop Condition: GC
Grenadier Guards Victorian Commissioned Quartermaster’s cap badge. A good rare die-stamped example. Flaming grenade; mounted on the ball in silver, the Crowned Royal Cypher reversed and interlaced. Two loops to reverse replaced with pagri / brooch fitting. Service wear.(KK 890)
Grenadier Guards Victorian OR's brass button. Maker: W.Dowler & Sons, Birmn. Fixing: Shank Condition: GC
Grenadier Guards Victorian OR's cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped brass flaming grenade on one of two loops. (KK 893)
Grenadier Guards Victorian OR’s brass pagri badge A very fine die-stamped example with two loops (toned black) to reverse. (KK 895)
Grenadier Guards William IV Officer’s gilt coatee button. A good closed back example circa 1830-37. Shank to reverse. Slight wear to gilt.
Grenadier Guards William IV valise badge circa 1830-37. A good scarce die-stamped brass example on four loops. Within a crowned Garter, a WR Cypher, reversed and interlaced with “IV” below. Minor service wear.
Grenadier Guards WW1 / WW2 brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider.
Grenadier Guards WW2 plastic economy cap badge by Fraser & Glass A fine scarce example on blades bearing oval F & G logo. Minor distortion.
Guards Armoured Division pair of WW2 embroidered formation signs. A fine pair. Blue felt shield embroidered with red border, a white open eye to centre. (2 items) Formed in September 1941, landed in Normandy in June 1944 and saw hard fighting at Caen and Falaise
Guards Armoured Division WW2 pair of embroidered formation signs. Blue felt shield with red border, a white open eye to centre. Very good condition Designed during WWI by Major Sir Eric Avery, Bt, MC. Formed in September 1941, landed in Normandy in June 1944 and saw hard fighting at Caen and Falaise
Guards Machine Gun Regiment rare WW1 OR’s brass cap badge. Die-stamped. Slider to reverse. Excellent condition. (KK 922) Formed in February 1918.
Guards Machine Gun Regiment scarce WW1 OR’s brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on slider. (KK 922) Formed 10th May 1918.
Guards Pagri Badge A good silk example of Guards colours worn on the Foreign service Helmet
Guards Trained Soldier brass arm badge, post 1953. A scarce die-cast example on loops. Eight pointed star resting on a scroll inscribed “Trained Soldier”; to the centre of the star, within a circlet inscribed “Quinquo juncta in uno”, a Queen’s Crown. Centre polished.
Guards Trained Soldier’s scarce arm badge. A good die-cast brass example. On an eight pointed star resting on “Trained Soldier” scroll, a circlet inscribed “Tria juncta in uno” with King’s Crown to centre. Two loops to reverse. Generally very good condition.
GUERNSEY brass Guernsey Militia Channel Islands shoulder title A good example on loops worn wit separate RA, RE or bugle.
GUERNSEY brass shoulder title. Flat loops to reverse. Good condition.
Guernsey Militia Cap Badge A very scarce die-stamped brass example on slider. VGC
Gumel (Nigeria) Native Administration Police cap badge A good scarce die-stamped brass example on loops (verdigris to base)
Gun Layer WW1 sleeve badge Good cloth embroidered example
Gunnery Badge embroided i worteds
GURKHA / ASC blackened metal shoulder titles circa 1958-65. A good example on flat hexagonal loops. Formed 1st July 1958 in Singapore; redesignated Gurkha Transport Regiment November 1965.
Gurkha Boys Company anodised cap badge circa 1953-68 by JR Gaunt, London A fine example on maker marked slider.
Gurkha Engineers EIIR Officer’s pouch belt plate. A good scarce gilt metal example. Within a Crowned laurel wreath, crossed kukris surmounted by a flaming grenade, “Ubique” scroll across the handles. Scroll across the base of the wreath inscribed “Quo fas et gloria ducunt”. Three screw posts to reverse, complete with backing plate. Crown detached from wreath either side otherwise GC.
Gurkha Signals EIIR Lieut-Colonel's rank slides. A good pair with minor service wear together with QUEEN's / GURKHA / SIGNALS blackened metal shoulder title Gurkha Signals EIIR head-dress badge on loops
Gurkha Signals EIIR Officer’s beret badge A good wire embroidered example. Some service wear. Badge granted 23rd September 1954.
Guyana Defence Force OR’s cap badge. A good die-cast example on slider.
Guyana Defence Force OR’s cap badge. A good die-cast brass example on slider.
Haberdashers School OTC brass cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on loops.
Haberdashers School OTC brass cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on loops.
Haberdashers' Aske's School, Elstree and Hatcham rare OTC badge. OTC Cap Badge Fine die-stamped bronze example on loops. Usual badge (KK 2568) mounted on laurel wreath,
HAC EIIR Honourable Artillery Company Officer's Gilt Cap Badge by JR Gaunt London.. A fine die-cast example, with mounted wheel, on loops.
Haileybury & Imperial Service College CCF cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. Central Hart polished. Hertford Heath, Hertfordshire
Haileybury & Imperial Service College CCF cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. Hertford Heath, Hertfordshire
Hallamshire / 49th Division Infantry combination. HALLAMSHIRE red embroidered on khaki shoulder title over printed 49th Division sign with red felt Infantry arm of service strip below.
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Territorials anodised cap badge. A good example on slider.
Hampshire Artillery Volunteers OR’s helmet plate circa 1878-1901. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example. Royal Arms with scroll below bearing laurel spray. Below the scroll, a gun resting on a scroll “Hants Artillery Volunteers”. Three loops to reverse. VGC
Hampshire Regiment Cap Badge A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider
Hampshire Regiment Officer’s silver forage cap badge circa 1902-47 by JR Gaunt, London A fine example on long loops, the reverse impressed “S”. Cut silver star mounted with gilt crowned pierce Garter on a rich blue translucent enamel ground; to the centre, a red enamelled rose with green sepals; cap of the crown in crimson velvet (KK 1961)
Hampshire Regiment OR’s helmet plate centre circa 1881-1914.. A fine die-stamped brass example. Royal Tiger within circlet inscribed “Hampshire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining four loops to reverse. (KK 328)
Hampshire Regiment Pair of Officers OSD Bronze Collar Badges. A good matching pair as worn on loops.
Hampshire Regiment post 1881 helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped brass example with four loops to reverse. (KK 328) GC
Hampshire Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped brass example. Royal Tiger within circlet inscribed “Hampshire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining four loops to reverse. Very good condition. (KK 328)
Hampshire Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped brass example. Royal Tiger within circlet inscribed “Hampshire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. (KK 328)
Hampshire Regiment Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1881-1901. A very fine and scarce gilt example of universal crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter, the centre with gilt Tiger in silver wreath on a black velvet ground. To the base of the wreath, an applied silver scroll “The Hampshire Regiment” . Three loops to reverse.
HAMPSHIRE WW2 printed Hampshire Regiment shoulder title. A fine white on red example removed from a uniform. (top edge no damage just a loose thread)
Hampshire Yeomanry Carabiniers bimetal Cap Badge. A good scarce example, the slider with makers stamp of \"J.R. Gaunt London. \"(KK 2345)
Hampshire Yeomanry Carabiniers bi-metal cap badge by Gaunt, London A fine scarce die-stamped example on slider. (KK 2345)
Hampshire. Lymington Yeomanry Officer’s gilt closed back coatee button circa 1830-53. A good example by Jennens & Co, London Complete with shank. A little service wear. Raised 9th December 1830, absorbed into North Hampshire Yeomanry Cavalry in 1853. (Served without pay 1838-43).
Hampstead, WW1 London National Reserve lapel badge Within white enamel title oval; a Crown over “II” set on a blue enamel ground. All resting on crossed rifles, the right hand butt impressed “13”. Buttonhole fixing to reverse impressed with number and “Hampstead”
HANTS scarce WW1 Hampshire Regiment slip-on shoulder title. White embroidered on khaki with securing tape to reverse. Some moth
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Harrow County School for Boys OTC / CCF brass cap badge. A good scarce die-cast brass example on loops. Became Gayton High School in 1975.
Harrow County School OTC / CCF brass cap badge. Die-cast yellow brass example on loops. VGC (KK 2571)
HB scarce WWI Household Battalion Brass Shoulder Title circa 1916-18. A good scarce example on flat hexagonal loops.
HB scarce WWI Household Battalion Brass Shoulder Title circa 1916-18. A good scarce example on flat hexagonal loops.
Helicopter Pilots Bone Dome Flying Helmet. A good example, the shell of white paint, complete with all electrics boom mike and single tinted visor. Overall GC but some age deterioration to the foam padding in the interior. This does not effect the overall appearance.
Her Majesty's Reserve Regiment of Dragoon Guards Victorian Boer War Other Ranks Collar Badges. Two examples on loops.
Her Majesty's Reserve Regiment of Dragoons Victorian Boer War Other Ranks Collar Badges. A good die-stamped pair, one with old replacement loops.
Her Majesty's Reserve Regiment of Hussars Victorian Boer War Other Ranks Collar Badges. Two examples on loops
Her Majesty’s Home Counties Reserve Regiment Boer War cap badge. A fine example on loops (toned black with age). Die-stamped Royal Arms. (KK 1128)
Her Majesty’s Home Counties Reserve Regt. Boer War cap badge. A good brass example retaining both loops GC.
Her Majesty’s Home Counties Reserve Regt. Boer War cap badge. A good example with loop fittings. GC. (KK 1128).
Her Majesty’s Home Counties Reserve Regt. Boer War cap badge. A good brass example retaining both loops.Tip of lion's tail absent hence price
Her Majesty’s Reserve Regiment of Lancers Boer War bi-metal cap badge. A good die-cast example with four loops to reverse. Good condition
Herefordshire ACF cloth formation sign. Green lion embroidered on khaki rectangle. Removed from uniform. Slight moth
Herefordshire Militia rare Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1878-81. A very fine and scarce silver plated crowned star mounted with laurel wreath a rope edged strap \"Hereford Militia\"; black leather centre mounted with silver lion passant guardant, in the dexter paw a sword. Three loops to reverse. VGC HQ Hereford. In 1881 became 4th Battalion The King’s (Shropshire Light Infantry). One of three recorded patterns for this regiment during this short period.
Herefordshire Regiment Officer's OSD Bronze Cap Badge. A good die-cast example on blades.
Herefordshire Regiment Officer’s gilt button. A good scarce example by Armfield Ltd, Birmingham
Herefordshire Regiment post 1908 Cap Badge A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
HERNE BAY / OTC / COLLEGE brass Kent shoulder title. A very scarce example originally blackened. Retaining four loops to the reverse. GC
Herne Bay School, Kent OTC scarce brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example with loop fittings, slight polishing, otherwise GC (KK 2574)
Hertfordshire Cadets cap badge A good die-cast example on loops, originally blackened
Hertfordshire Constabulary helmet plate A good blackened example bearing 128 in white metal. Retains single loop to reverse
Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry scarce Boer War slouch hat badge on silk rosette. A very fine rare example on loops. (see KK 1339 for badge)
Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry scarce brass slouch hat badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops. Mounted on a circle, the Hart crossing a ford on a scroll “Hertfordshire”’ “I Y” below. (KK 1339)
Hertfordshire Militia OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1898-1908. A fine scarce die-stamped example on loops as Bedfordshire but with “Hertfordshire” scroll. (KK 1199) Raised in 1697 at Hertford, reorganised as a regiment 5th March 1759. Became 4th Bn. Bedfordshire Regiment on 1st July 1881. The Battalion landed in South Africa 21st March 1900 commanded by Viscount Cranborne, later 4th Marquis of Salisbury; it saw extensive service throughout the campaign.
Hertfordshire Regiment scarce post 1953 Officer’s cap badge. A fine die-cast silver-plated example on long loops. Hart lodged within a crowned title circlet. Reverse impressed "P". (KK 2384)
Hertfordshire Regiment WW1 brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider.
Hertfordshire Rifle Volunteers helmet plate overlay A good die-stamped white metal Hart, now fitted with three loops.
Hertfordshire Rifle Volunteers Victorian Officer’s helmet plate. A fine and scarce example comprising a silvered metal eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown; mounted on the star, a laurel wreath encircling a strap inscribed “Hertfordshire Rifle Volunteers”. To the centre, a hart trippant on a black velvet ground. Three loops to reverse. Velvet replaced otherwise VGC.
Hertfordshire Volunteer Regiment WW1 VTC REPAIRED cap badge Die-stamped brass example on slider; replacement antler. (KK 1627)
Hertfordshire Yeomanry brass cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on slider. (KK 1448)
Hertfordshire Yeomanry post 1920 brass insignia. Two NCO\'s artillery guns, two collar badges and two \"Y\" titles. All complete with loops. (6 items) Hertfordshire Yeomanry converted to 86th (Herts Yeomanry) Brigade RFA in 1920
HIGHGATE / OTC / SCHOOL brass shoulder title. Loops. GC
HIGHGATE / OTC / SCHOOL brass shoulder title. A good example on loops. GC
Highland Cyclist Battalion scarce white metal sporran badge. A good die-stamped. “Lacessit”. Retaining long loops. GC. (as KK 1864 but smaller)
Highland Division WW2 combination . 51st HD formation sign, with three red felt bars below.
Highland Division WW2 combination. BD material bearing embroidered Highland Division formation sign over two red felt bars.
Highland Light Infantry July 1944 Battle of Caen Breakout Casualty Group of Medals. A comprehensive group recording the ultimate sacrifice of Private George Herbert Savins 2nd Bn Highland Light Infantry. Comprising: Medal Group 1939/45 Star, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal, War Medal, Condolence Slip \"G.H. Savins\" (ink name) contained in forwarding card box. ... Memorial scroll. .... Pay Book. ... HLI Dedication of Memorial Window order of service. ... etc. Overall GC. Private George Herbert Savins was killed on the 19th July 1944 during Operation Goodwood the Allied breakout from Normandy and the Battle of Caen. The envelopes forwarding box is addressed to Mrs K Savins of Lower Apperley Gloucester, this confirmed on the CWGC Roll of Honor.
Highland Light Infantry pair of WWI brass shoulder titles, A good pair of brass bugle / HLI titles on loops. (4 items)
Highland Light Infantry Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1881-1901. Finely die-stamped white metal example on loop which have toned to black. Excellent (KK 682)
Highland Officers Alternative Broadsword Cross Guard A good example with ball ends.
Highland Officers Alternative Broadsword Cross Guard A good example with flat ends.
Highland Officers Alternative Broadsword Cross Guard This pattern used by Gordon Highlanders, Cameron Highlanders and Black Watch. GC.
Highland Regiment scarce WW2 plastic economy glengarry badge by A.Stanley & Sons, Walsall. Blades reaffixed; tip of bottom left saltire absent.
Highland Regiment WW2 plastic glengarry badge by A.Stanley & Sons, Walsall. A fine scarce example on blades. Superimpsed on a saltire, a circular Strap “Highland Regiment”. To the centre, crossed broadswords and a Highland shield. (KK 2265)
Highland Regiment WW2 plastic glengarry badge by A.Stanley & Sons, Walsall. A good very scarce example on replacement brass blades. Superimposed on a saltire, a circular strap “Highland Regiment”. To the centre, crossed broadswords and a Highland shield. (KK 2265)
Highland Yeomanry cap badge by J.R. Gaunt London A good die-stamped white metal example on slider. (KK 2315)
HIH brass North Irish Horse shoulder title. One loop rather bent. GC
HKSRA brass Hong Hong and Singapore Royal Artillery shoulder title circa 1924-47. A fine scarce British made example on flat hexagonal loops.
HKVDC scarce Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps brass shoulder title Two loops to reverse. VGC
HM Coast Guard brass cap badge with Gaunt, London tablet to reverse. A good die-stamped example on loops. CG with crowned roped oval.
HM Coast Guard Officer’s gilt cap badge. A good example retaining loop fittings to the reverse Worn by Inspectors, Higher Grades and District Officers
HM Coast Guard Victorian Officer\'s button by Stillwell & Son, London A good lined example with rope edge. Traces of gilt only.
HMS Hampshire Lord Kitcheners Ship Ships Boy Casualty Memorial Plaque. This unique named plaque was awarded to Sidney Henry Reynolds. The plaque is mounted into an ebonized wood frame. GC. Sidney Henry Reynolds a Ships Boy 1st Class of HMS Hampshire was a native of Earlsfield London and 16 years old when he was Killed onboard his Ship. HMS Hampshire hand been tasked with conveying Lord on a diplomatic mission to Russia. On the 5th June 1915 during a storm the ship struck a mine and sank, with the loss of 643 sailors and soldiers including Lord Kitchener.
HMS New Zealand Battle of Jutland commemorative medal by Spink A good example with one or two knocks to the rim housed in its original Spink case (somewhat battered), the lid with gilt HMS New Zealand HMS New Zealand was the flagship of Rear Admiral William Christopher Pakenham commander of the 2nd BCS.
HMS Speedwell Royal Navy Rating's Cap Tally. A good worn example. Length 35 1/2 inches ships of this name served in both world wars as Minesweepers.
HMS Terrible Queen’s South Africa Medal. Awarded to “D. Twidale Sto HMS Terrible”. GC Stoker Twidale is confirmed as being entitled to a no clasp QSA, also entitled to the China Medal 1900.
Home Guard Auxiliary WW2 plastic economy badge. A good example by A. Stanley & Sons, Walsall. Original brooch fitting to reverse.
Home Guard Special Auxiliary Units rare lapel badge. A fine chrome and enamel example on buttonhole fixing. See “Some Talk of Private Armies” by L. Whittaker, Illustration No. 7. The Home Guard Auxiliary Units consisted of specially selected and trained men, who would go to ground following a German invasion and would then undertake guerilla operations behind enemy lines. Originally wearing no insignia. In 1942 the Auxiliaries were restructured into three units, 201, 202 and 203, By early 1943 members of these units were issued with uniform.
HOME GUARD WW2 patch designed to be sewn over LDV armband. A good used example worn by Cpl. H. Willcock (Warrington HG), formerly Tank Corps.
Hong Kong Fire Service Badge. A good chrome example complete with loops. GC.
Hong Kong Military Service Corps post 1945 chrome cap badge. A good die-cast example on loops.
Hong Kong Regiment cap badge A good example by Firmin, London on slider. Die-cast bronze crowned pair of facing dragons resting on tri-part scroll “Nulli Secundus in Oriente”.
Hong Kong Regiment post 1946 cap badge. Fine die-cast gilt metal example on loops. Crowned pair of facing dragons resting on tri-part scroll ''Nulli Secundus in Oriente''.
Hong Kong Volunteer Corps cap badge corca 1908-19. A fine rare die-stamped white metal example on slider.
Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps cap badge by Firmin, London circa 1931-46. Die stamped brass example on slider. Crowned facing pair of dragons on tri-part scroll “Nulli Secundus in Oriente”.
Honourable Artillery Company HAC Artillery Beret Cap Badge by J.R. Guant, London A fine die stamped example of the small size cap badge on slider bearing maker's details.
Honourable Artillery Company HAC Infantry OSD bronze cap badge. A good example with applied letters to the ball of the grenade. Retaining both blades. Good colour. VGC.
Honourable Artillery Company pair of HAC Artillery Officer’s Service Dress bronze collar badges. Loops to reverse. Die cast. Very good condition.
Honourable Artillery Company shoulder belt plate. A fine example comprising a gilt rectangular plate bearing stylised Crown over the shield of the Board of Ordnance in relief with the letters “HAC” in old English below. Reverse retains original fixings comprising two hooks and two studs. Some wear to gilt otherwise fine
Honourable Artillery Company Victorian mounted Officer’s sabretache ornament. A very fine and scarce example. Rich gilt Guelphic crowned strap inscribed “Honourable Artillery Company”. To the centre, on a burnished ground, “VR” cypher, reversed and interlaced, flaming grenade beneath. Four screw posts to reverse.
Honourable Artillery Company, Infantry post 1902 HAC OSD bronze cap badge. Fine die-stamped example on blades. Flaming grenade with with applied “HAC” cypher, Firmin, London tablet to reverse.
Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms epaulette badge. A god padded example, within a Crowned bullion laurel wreath, a portcullis surmounted by a coronet. (known as a Tudor Portcullis). Slight dulling to bullion GC.
Honourable East India Company pre 1858 Vctorian Officer’s waist belt plate mount. A fine scarce die-stamped rich gilt example. Within a laurel and palm wreath, a circlet inscribed with the Company’s motto “Auspicio Regis et Senatus Angliae” and surmounted by the Lion and Globe; to the centre, a cross with Crowned device in the top quarter. Three short squared loops to reverse replaced with period brooch pin. The entire HEIC army was transferred from the Company to the Crown on 1st November 1858 as a result of the Indian Mutiny.
HOOD WW1 RND (Royal Naval Division) brass shoulder title. A good scarce example on loops.
Household Brigade Officer Cadet Battalion WW1 cap badge. A fine scarce die-cast bronze and white enamel example on loops worn 1917-19 only. Crowned circlet bearing the entwined initials of each regiment in the Household Brigade on white enamel ground; to the centre, within a chain, GvR Cypher.
Household Cavalry GVIR brass cap badge. A fine scarce die-cast example on loops. (KK 1880)
Household Cavalry GVIR OR’s cap badge circa 1937-52.55 A good die-cast example on loops. Some verdigris to front. (KK 1880)
Household Cavalry Officers Helmet Plate circa 1902-52 A fine gilt example with silver and gilt overlay. Enamel section painted. Five screw posts and two pair of blades to reverse. A little service wear. (KK 706)
Household Cavalry post 1953 Officer’s helmet plate. A splendid die-stamped gilt example by F & S (Firmin & Son). Resting in wreath, half laurel, half oak, the crowned Collar of the Order of the Garter. Mounted to centre, a cut silver Garter Star bearing pierced gilt Garter on blue enamelled ground; to the centre, the Cross of St. George in red translucent enamel. Five screw posts and a pair of blades to reverse. Pristine
Household Cavalry White Buff Leather Sword Knot. A good example. GC.
HOWE scarce WW1 Royal Naval Division brass shoulder title. Good example on loops
HQ Palestine & Transjordan / British Troops in Palestine formation sign. Arab knife printed on red square. Excellent condition.
Huntingdonshire Home Guard WW2 brass cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example on slider. (KK 1870)
Hurstpierpoint College OTC Sussex brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops. (KK 2578)
I Battery Royal Horse Artillery cloth pagri flash. Yellow felt “I” sewn on red/navy diamond. Severe moth hence price.
IC (I) scarce Intelligence Corps (India) cast brass shoulder title. A good example on loops (bent)
IC (I) scarce WW2 Intelligence Corps (India) brass shoulder title Well cast brass on bent loops.
Iceland Force / 49th (West Riding) Infantry Division formation sign. A good scarce 1st pattern white polar bear, head down, embroidered on black silk rectangle. Removed from uniform.
Illawarra Regt. 34th Australian Infantry Bn. slouch hat badge A good die-stamped brass example on flat style loops.
IMPERIAL / 8 / CAMEL CORPS very rare Imperial Camel Corps brass 1918 shoulder title. A good well cast brass elliptical example on loops
Imperial Austria. Order of Civil Merit 2nd Class breast badge. Maker: G.A.S. Fixing: brooch pin Condition: VGC
Imperial Camel Corps WW1 scarce brass cap badge. Locally sand-cast camel on “Imperial Camel Corps” tablet. Loops replaced with lead soldered home made slider during service.
Imperial German 1914 Iron Cross pair medals Comprising Iron Cross 1914, 2nd class ... Cross of Honour 1914-18 with swords for combatants. Mounted as worn. Generally GC.
Imperial German black wound badge A good die-stamped example on pin
Imperial German Crown 1870-1918. A good die-stamped 33 mm high thin brass example on four blades.
Imperial German Iron Cross group of three medals. 1914 Iron Cross 2nd class (indistinct maker\'s mark to ring) ... 1914-18 Honour Cross with Swords for Combatants (raised markings No. 44 R.V.Pzorzheim) ... Prussian 15 year service cross. All mounted as worn on metal ribbon bar.
Imperial German Iron Cross Pair of Medals. Iron Cross 1914, 2nd class; and Cross of Honour 1914-18 with swords for combatants (C. TH. D). Mounted as worn in good condition Cross of Honour instituted by President Hindenburg 13th July 1934.
Imperial German WW1 258th Infantry Regiment shoulder strap A good field grey example with white piping and red cable stitched numerals
Imperial German WW1 Army Observer’s breast badge. A fine scarce die-cast sew on example. Silvered crowned wreath of laurel and oak; the rayed centre mounted with red enamel square bearing black and white chequered device. Eight small holes around the edge to facilitate stitching to tunic.
Imperial German, Prussian brass picklehaube plate Die-stamped brass with unusual central fitting
Imperial German. 1918 dated WW1 leather flying helmet. A good rare example, of the issue pattern worn by pilots and observers of the Imperial German Air Service during the Great War. Black leather skull with protective comb running from front to back across the top with similar band around the edge. Complete with fold down neck flap (dated 1918) with integral earpieces and chin strap. Liner present but fragile to parts, wear to the rear flap, this with faint 1918 issue stamp. GC remains a good display item.
Imperial German. Wurttemberg Army Officer’s peaked cap. A good example of all dark blue woolen cloth with white piping to the welt of the crown and either side of the band. To the front National and Wurttemberg cockades. Black pressed fibre peak and complete with white cotton sweatband and lining. One or two minor touches of moth. Generally. VGC
Imperial Russia. Miniature St George Medal for Bravery, 3rd Class in silver A fine scarce example complete with ribbon.Slight maker's imperfection in Csar's neck.
Imperial Russian box for breast badge A most useful example om good condition
Imperial Russian Cross of St. George, 4th class miniature medal. A good example mounted for display with Russian style ribbon.
Imperial Russian Marine 19th century Button. Imperial doubled headed eagle with central St. George cartouche set on crossed anchors. Complete with brass shank. No maker's details
Imperial Service College OTC pre 1942 brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops. VGC (KK 2570) Absorbed by Haileybury in 1942, thereafter Haileybury and Imperial Service College.
Imperial Yeomanry Boer War period Button by Firmin & Sons, London Brass example on shank. Imperial crown within "Imperial Yeomanry" circlet
Imperial Yeomanry Boer War scarce slouch hat rosette. General pattern red and purple silk rosette bearing bronze Prince of Wales’s plumes with “IY” below. Well worn
Imperial Yeomanry Boer War slouch hat rosette. A fine example of general pattern in red and purple silk rosette bearing bronze Prince of Wales’s plumes with “IY” below. (KK 1396)
Imperial Yeomanry Cadets rare pair of Officer’s gilt collar badges. A fine die-stamped Boer War facing pair retaining a bright gilt finish. Complete with loop fittings. VGC
Imperial Yeomanry Cadets scarce brass cap badge. Good scarce example. Die-cast crowned City of London shield set on crossed lances. Scroll below "I.Y.C"
Imperial Yeomanry Hospital Boer War bi-metal cap badge. A rare die-stamped example. Retaining three loops to the reverse. GC. (KK 1394)
Imperial Yeomanry Hospital rare Boer War slough hat badge on its rosette. Die-stamped white metal Prince of Wales’ plumes, with brass coronet, resting on brass tri-part scroll inscribed “Imperial Yeomanry Hospital”. Three loops to reverse (KK 1394) and set on its original Imperial Yeomanry silk rosette. Excellent condition. IY Hospital at Deelfontein
Indaian Army. Bengal Staff Corps Victorian Officer’s gilt button. A good bright gilt example retaining shank. Maker\'s details of Jennens & Co. London GC
India Army. A B Assam-Bengal Railway Battalion WW2 cloth pagri flash. Red letters embroidered on ark green diamond. Slight moth
India Army. Assam-Bengal Railway Battalion cap badge and pair of shoulder titles. Good British made die-stamped white metal cap badge on loops together a pair of well cast white metal shoulder titles on integral loops,
India Army. Assam-Bengal Railway Battalion pair of shoulder titles. A well cast brass pair of A.B.R.B / A on integral flat loops
India Army. Assam-Bengal Railway Battalion pair of shoulder titles. A well cast brass pair of A.B.R.B on integral flat loops
India Army. Assam-Bengal Railway Battalion WW2 Officer's cap badge and buttons A good British made die-cast gilt example on loops together with 11 unit brass buttons
India Army. Assam-Bengal Railway Battalion WW2 Officer's cap badge. A good British made die-cast gilt example on loops. Front dull.
India Army. Assam-Bengal Railway Battalion WW2 unknown Officer's ribbon bar. WW1 British War Medal and Victory Medal, 1939-45 Star, Burma Star. Territorial Decoration ribbons mounted on pin back bar. Together with his previous set lacking Burma Star.
India Army. Indian Engineers Officer's cap badge, a pair of collars, pair of IE shoulder titles, 9 buttons and 40 assorted pips. Cap and collars both well cast on loops
INDIA COMMAND scarce WW2 cloth shoulder title Scarce locally made red on black example removed from uniform. A little service wear.
INDIA COMMAND WW2 shoulder title. Bullion on black. Service wear
India, Central Command scarce WW2 formation sign. Red felt circle on black velvet square.
Indian Air Force brass cap badge. A good cast example with integral flat loops. Good condition
Indian Air Formation Signals WW2 formation sign Red star and aeroplane embroidered on blue and white vertically divided diamond. Removed from uniform, some fading.
Indian Air Formation Signals WW2 formation sign. A scarce printed example removed from a uniform
Indian Army 12th Frontier Force Regiment Badge Cast from a hallmarked silver example. Loops
Indian Army 32nd Pioneers pouch badge Good scarce cast brass example on screw posts
Indian Army 3rd Bn 23rd Infantry General Service Medal clasp Iraq. A good example awarded to 2104 Sepoy Jai Singh 3-23-Inf. GC Minor marks.
Indian Army 76th Punjabis Officer's OSD Cap Badge by J.R. Gaunt. A very scarce example of the bronze service dress cap badge. Retaining both blades and clear makers stamp. VGC.
Indian Army 8 Rajputs Brass Shoulder Titles. A good pair on flat integral loops
Indian Army 8 Rajputs Officers Field Service Cap Badge. A fine well cast native silver example on loops
Indian Army 8th Punjab Regiment cap badge. A good post 1922 cast white metal example on loops. Chinthern (Burmese Dragon) resting on a scroll inscribed “Punjab Regt” with “8” between the Chinthern and scroll.
Indian Army Boat Badge. A good hallmarked silver example, bearing hallmarks for Birmingham ............... and makers stamps of J.R. Gaunt. Retaining original pin fitting. VGC.
Indian Army Dogra Regiment Cap Badge A well cast white metal post 1947 example on slider 17th Dogras became The Dogra Regiment in 1947
Indian Army Kumaon Regiment cap badge. A good die-cast white metal example featuring the Russell crest,on brass slider
Indian Army Officer Cadet Unit Pagri Badge. A well cast example on stout pagri pin..
Indian Army Officer\'s Pouch Belt Whistle & Chain. A good brass example. Circular lion\'s head boss attached by two strand chain to whistle and holder. Slight age wear GC
Indian Army Other Ranks Issue kullar. The cone section from a turban. This example is possibly WW1 period as it is not tailored with vent holes, as found on later examples. Faint stamps to the interior.
Indian Army Overseas Service award / badge. Bronze Awarded during WW2 and worn on the left breast pocket. See "British Battles and Medals" by Major L.L. Gordon for further details of the award Fixing: Brooch pin Condition: VGC
Indian Army Overseas Service award / badge. A good scarce die-cast bronze pin-back example. Awarded during WW2 and worn on the left breast pocket. See "British Battles and Medals" by Major L.L. Gordon for further details of the award
Indian Army Pioneer Regiment Officers Field Service Side Cap. Dark blue cloth, with white cloth to the crown. Retaining regimental pattern buttons of crossed axes, surmounted by a crown. Moth nips to the crown.
Indian Army Poona Horse Cavalry Officer's Shoulder Chain. A good example retaining fine gilt device and Captain Rank Stars. Minor wear gilt bright
Indian Army post war bullion formation sign. Fine scarce gold wire embroidered star over crossed swords on red felt rectangle.
Indian Army QVO Poona Horse Officer’s cap badge. Well cast silvered example on loops. Reverse impressed “P”.
Indian Army Rawalpindi District WW2 embroidered formation sign. White falcon on red felt square backed with newspaper.
Indian Army Sappers and Miners cast brass head-dress badge. VRI cypher within the Garter, integral flat loops.
Indian Army Service Corps Officer's Cap Badge. A good quality silvered example on loops; black enamel central backing disc.
Indian Army WW2 Nagpur District formation badge. Black edged red square embroidered with black and yellow cobra. Cotton backed with four brass hooks.
Indian Army, The Dogra Regiment cap badge. A good die-cast white metal example on brass slider.
Indian Army. Hodson’s Horse (4th DCO’s Own Lancers) Officer’s 1945 hallmarked silver cap badge A very fine die-cast example by JRG&S (Gaunt) bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Crowned crossed lances with scroll across the butts “Hodsons Horse”. Formed in 1857 as irregular cavalry under the gallant and intrepid William Stephen Raikes Hodson (killed at Lucknow 13th March 1858).
Indian Army. 108th Infantry pagri badge circa 1903-22. A fine die-stamped brass on stout pagri pin. Rising sun resting on tri-part scroll “Infantry;” “108”to centre. (Cox 2542) 8th Bombay Infantry dropped title “Bombay” in 1903. Became 3rd Bn. Bombay Grenadiers in 1922. Disbanded 1930.
Indian Army. 10th Baluch Regiment Officer’s boss and badge. Red cord boss mounted with silvered Roman “X”. Screwpost to reverse
Indian Army. 110 (Poona) Lines of Communications WW2 formation sign. Black circular shield resting on crossed Mahratta swords printed on red square.Removed from uniform
Indian Army. 116 Mahrattas 1902-22 headdress badge. Cast brass with burnished finish. Loops
Indian Army. 11th King’s Edward’s Own Lancers (Probyn’s Horse) pre 1922 Officer’s head-dress badge A good die-cast unmarked silver example on three loops
Indian Army. 122nd Rajputana Infantry Officer’s 1921 hallmarked silver cap badge. by JG Gaunt A fine die-cast example on loops by JRG&S (JR Gaunt and Sons) bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Crossed katars. (Cox 2563) Became 6th Bn. 6th Rajputana Rifles in 1922.
Indian Army. 129th Duke of Connaught’s Own Baluchis Officer’s gilt pagri badge. A very fine die-cast British made example. Crowned AWA cypher. retaining stout pagri pin to the reverse (see Cox 2573).
Indian Army. 14th Punjab Regiment Officer’s 1924 hallmarked silver field service cap / collar badge by JR Gaunt, London A fine die-cast example on loops. Crowned five pointed star on “Punjab Regiment” scroll; “14” to centre.
Indian Army. 14th Punjab Regiment Officer’s bullion pagri badge. A fine scarce toned example. Green rectangle with bullion embroidered crowned five pointed star with “14” to centre, “Punjab” below.
Indian Army. 14th Punjab Regiment Officer’s bullion pagri badge. A fine scarce toned example. Green rectangle with bullion embroidered crowned five pointed star with “14” to centre, “Punjab” below.
Indian Army. 15th Ludhianha Sikhs pouch badge. A good cast white metal example on screw posts.
Indian Army. 15th Punjab Regiment silver cap badge, a title and button circa 1922-47. Locally cast silver cap badge on slider. Crowned quoit with crescent interlinked. Reverse impressed "Silver", slider "BM". ,,, brass shoulder title on hexagonal loops ... small gilt brass button mounted with silver "15". All have slight service wear. (3 items)
Indian Army. 16th Light Cavalry Officer’s 1927 hallmarked silver cap badge by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company. A fine scarce die-cast silver example on loops, bearing London hallmarks to the reverse. Crowned crossed lances, “16” on the intersection”, “Light Cavalry” scroll across the base. Slight service wear.
Indian Army. 16th Punjab Regiment 1930 hallmarked silver pagri badge by ES&S (Edward Stillwell & Sons) A fine Birmingham hallmarked die-cast exampleon loops. Crowned Maltese cross bearing quoit with “16” to centre, all resting in a crescent resting on a scroll inscribed “Punjab Regt”.
Indian Army. 17th Dogra Regiment post 1922 Officer's cap badge. A fine well cast example in native silver. Crowned "17" on "Dogras" scroll. Two loops to reverse.
Indian Army. 17th Dogra Regiment post 1922 Officer’s silver cap badge. A fine die-cast example on loops, the reverse impressed “Sterling”. Crowned “17” resting on a scroll inscribed “Dogras”.
Indian Army. 18th (Prince of Wales’s Own) Tiwana Lancers headdress badge. British made die-cast gilt metal example on four loops. “18” set on crossed lances, Prince of Wales’s plumes in the upper angle; “Tiwana Lancers” scroll across the butts.
Indian Army. 18th King George’s Own Lancers cavalry Officer's cap badge circa 1910-22. Die cast gilt example on four loops. Crowned “18” on GRI cypher set on crossed lances with “King George’s Own Lancers” scroll across the butts.A little service wear (Cox 2332)
Indian Army. 19th Hyderabad Regiment pair of collar badges. Inferior native silver examples cast from a hallmarked silver pair.
Indian Army. 1st Brahmans 1912 hallmarked silver cap badge by JR Gaunt, London. A fine rare die-cast example bearing Birmingham hallmarks. “Fishes of Oudh” resting on a tablet inscribed “1776”, on loops which bear the Lion Passant. 3.5 cm high. (Cox 2381) The 1st Brahmans became the 4th Battalion of the 1st Punjab Regiment in 1922.
Indian Army. 1st Brahmans brass head-dress cap badge. A good locally made brass example on old brooch pin. Crowned "1" on "Brahmans" scroll. 1st Brahmans became the 4th Battalion of the 1st Punjab Regiment in 1922
Indian Army. 1st King George’s Own Gurkha Rifles Officer’s 1913 silver hallmarked pouch belt plate. A very fine and scarce example by J & Co. (Jennens) bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Silver laurel wreath surmounted by a separate Crown. Laurel wreath bearing honour scrolls “Bhurtpore” “Aliwal” “Sobraon” “Tirah” “Punjab Frontier” “Afghanistan 1878-80”. To the centre, silver crossed kukris surmounted by “GRI” cypher; below the kukris a strung bugle surmounted by the numeral “1”. Below the wreath a scroll inscribed “King George’s Own Own Gurkha Rifles”. All mounted on a seeded backplate. Four screw posts to reverse. VGC Became 1st Prince of Wales’s Own Gurkha Rifles in 1906 when he visited India, then 1st King George’s Own Gurkha Rifles when he ascended the throne upon Edward VII’s death in 1910.
Indian Army. 1st Madras Pioneers Officer’s 1926 hallmarked silver pagri badge by JRG&S (JR Gaunt and Sons). A fine Birmingham hallmarked die-cast frosted silver example on loops. Elephant on “Assaye” tablet atop circlet inscribed “Seetabuldee Seringapatam” resting on “Madras Pioneers” scroll; “1” to voided centre.
Indian Army. 24th Punjabis Officer’s 1917 hallmarked silver field service cap badge /collar badge A fine die-cast by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. 112 Regent St. London bearing London hallmarks. Five pointed star surmounted by a Crown, to the centre of the star “24” within a circlet inscribed “Punjabis”. Loops to reverse.
Indian Army. 26th Punjabis Officer's pouch badge circa 1903-22. A fine scarce die-cast example of native silver with two screw posts to reverse. Became 2nd Bn. 15th Punjab Regiment in 1922.
Indian Army. 26th Punjabis rare Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1903-22. A good silvered example. Within a laurel wreath surmounted by a crown on a blank tablet, a Maltese cross with ball finials to the tips and lions between the angles. To the centre, “26” within a circlet inscribed “Punjabis”. Four screw posts to reverse. Complete with backing plate. Good condition. Became 2nd Bn. 15th Punjab Regiment in 1922.
indian Army. 2nd Royal Lancers (Gardner’s Horse) post 1935 Officer’s silver plated cap badge. A fine die-cast example with “P” impressed to reverse on loops
Indian Army. 32nd Lancers cavalry Officer's gilt cap badge circa 1903-22 by J & Co. A fine die-cast British made example on loops. Crowned XXXII set on crossed lances
Indian Army. 40th Pathans Officer’s field service cap badge and collar badgecirca 1903-22. Well cast native silver examples on loops. “40” atop shield set on crossed knives with “Pathans” scroll between the grips. (as Cox 244) 40th Pathans (nicknamed “The Forty Thieves”) became 5th Bn 14th Punjab Regt. in 1922.
Indian Army. 4th Hazara Pioneers Officer’s 1927 Birmingham hallmarked silver cap badge. A fine die-cast example on loops. Crowned crossed axes resting on “Hazara Pioneers” scroll; “4” between the handles.
Indian Army. 4th Madras Pioneers Victorian Officer’s pagri badge circa 1883-1903. A fine scarce example of heavy gilt brass with applied brass flush back plate. A crown over a plinth, “Assaye” and an oval of laurel sprays embellished with six battle honours scrolls of which two are blank. At the base of the laurels a scroll, “Madras Pioneers”. In the voided centre are crossed axes above the Elephant over “IV”. Original stout pin back. Formerly the 4th Madras Native Infantry, became the 64th Pioneers in 1903.
Indian Army. 54th Sikhs FF Officer’s 1913 hallmarked silver cap badge. A good scarce die-cast example bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Crowned circlet “Frontier Force Sikhs” resting in laurel wreath; 54 to centre, strung bugle beneath circlet. All resting on scroll “Pegu” “Delhi” “Chitral”. (Cox 2461)
Indian Army. 56th Bengal Native Infantry Officer’s bell top shako circa 1829-35. A fine and exceedingly rare example. Black beaver body with patent leather crown and peak; two patent leather bands either side in the form of a V. To the front a large rich gilt eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown; mounted on the star, in silver, a star with square points; on the star, within a rich gilt laurel wreath, a strap inscribed “regiment”; to the centre, silver “56” on a rich green translucent ground. Circular gilt ear bosses mounted with the Royal Crest support the velvet backed chin scales. Wide soft leather sweatband topped with crimson silk; brown silk lining retains green paper label of Grindlays, East India Agency, 16 Cornhill and 8 St.Martin’s Place, Charing Cross. Complete with large white white wool ball tuft with plaited cord base. A little age and storage wear, some loss of pile to beaver, small spit to side near top not affecting appearance. GC for age.
Indian Army. 5th Mahratta Light Infantry pagri badge. Large Crowned strung bugle with “5” between the strings. Cast WM, KC, Retaining stout pagri pin. VGC Formed in 1923
Indian Army. 61st King George’s Own Pioneers pagri badge circa 1911-22. A good die-cast silver and gilt example by JR Gaunt, London. Within a laurel wreath, the Garter surmounted by POW plumes, Imperial Cypher to centre; all on scroll “KCO 61 Pioneers”.Stout pagri pin to reversewith "T" end and pair of blades above plumes indicatiing use as a place setting. (Cox 2472)
Indian Army. 6th Bombay Cavalry (Jacobs Horse) shoulder title circa 1885-1903 A good cast brass example on flat integral loops. "6" on pierced BOMBAY scroll set on crossed sabres.
Indian Army. 6th Bombay Cavalry (Jacobs Horse) Officer's shoulder title circa 1885-1903.. A fine gilt British made example on toned black loops. "6" on pierced BOMBAY scroll set on crossed sabres.
Indian Army. 75th Carnatic Infantry pagri badge circa 1903-22 Scarce cast brass crowned zigzag scroll example with stout pagri pin to reverse (hook AF)
Indian Army. 76th Punjabis Officer’s cap badge circa 1903-22. A fine scarce die-stamped example on loops. Gilt crowned laurel wreath; the centre mounted with silver circlet "Punjabis" with "76" to centre.
Indian Army. 7th Light Cavalry Officer’s 1924 hallmarked silver cap badge. A fine and scarce die-cast example bearing Birmingham hallmarks by JRG&S (JR Gaunt and Sons). Crowned “7” set crossed lances. Two loops to reverse. Very good condition.
Indian Army. 7th Light Cavalry post 1934 cap badge. Cast white metal example on loops. Crown set on crossed lances with “Light 7 Cavalry” tri-part scroll across the butts.
Indian Army. 7th Rajput Regiment post 1922 well cast white metal pagri badge. Stout pagri pin to reverse.
Indian Army. 8th Rajputs Officer's 1919 hallmarked silver helmet badge by JR Gaunt & Son A very fine scarce die-stamped silver example by JRGS bearing Birmingham hallmarks (badge discontinued in 1922). Resting in a laurel wreath, a crowned circlet "Rajputs" with "8" to voided centre.Stout pagri pin to reverse.
Indian Army. 90th Punjabis Officer’s 1906 hallmarked silver cap badge by J.R. Gaunt Ltd. A very fine Birmingham hallmarked die-cast example on loops (each bearing Lion Passant). Reverse impressed “JRG&S” and “J.R. Gaunt Ltd. Birm”. (as Cox 2511)
Indian Army. 98th Infantry Officer’s helmet plate circa 1903-22. A very fine and scarce unmarked silver example with single screw post to reverse.. Mounted on an eight pointed star, a crowned circlet inscribed “Indian Army Infantry” with “98” to centre. Single screw post to reverse. Became 4th Bn 19th Hyderabad Regt. in 1922.
Indian Army. 9th Madras Native Infantry Victorian brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops. Within a laurel wreath entwined with scroll “Carnatic Sholinghur Mysore Ava Pegu”, a crowned strap bearing Indian inscription, dhow in full sail to centre. Redesignated 69th Punjabis in 1903; became part of 2nd Bn. 2nd Punjab Regiment in 1922.
Indian Army. 9th Madras Native Infantry Victorian headdress badge. A good die-stamped British made example on loops. Dhow within crowned strap resting within a wreath bearing five battle honours. Redesignated 69th Punjabis in 1903; became part of 2nd Bn. 2nd Punjab Regiment in 1922.
Indian Army. Assam-Bengal Railway Battalion AFI die-stamped white metal cap badge. A fine British made example on loops.(Cox 2697)
Indian Army. Baluchistan District scarce WW2 formation sign. White embroidered horned head of a gnu embroidered on red cotton rectangle.Removed from uniform. A little faded, generally GC.
Indian Army. Bangalore Volunteer Rifles shoulder title. A fine scarce die-stamped British made white metal BVR cypher on loops. Redesignated 6th Bangalore Bn. in 1917
Indian Army. Bareilly Contingent scarce AFI cap badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on slider. Crossed SMLE rifles superimposed on a crowned oval laurel wreath which rests on a scroll inscribed “Bareilly”. The letters AFI in the lower three angles of the crossed rifles.
Indian Army. Bombay Volunteer Rifles Victorian Officer’s helmet plate. A good scarce die-stamped silver plated example. Guelphic crowned 10 pointed star bearing title circlet with strung bugle to centre.Two loops to the reverse. GC. Bombay Volunteer Rifle Corps raised 15th August 1877; redesignated 16th Bombay Battalion 1st April 1917. Honorary Colonel was The Governor of Bombay.
Indian Army. Chota Nagpur Light Horse AFI scarce cap badge, A good scarce short-lived well cast example on loops. 7th August 1891 formed as Chota Nagpur Mounted Rifles; 2nd March 1910 renamed Chota Nagpur Light Horse; 1st April 1917 Chota Nagpur Regiment. Governor of Bihar was Honorary Colonel.
Indian Army. East Coast Volunteer Rifles shoulder title. Good British made die-cast example. Bugle over ECRV on three loop Originally raised as Godavari Rifle Volunteers became East Coast Rifle Volunteers on 14th October 1890; redesignated East Coast Volunteer Rifles on 14th October 1903.
Indian Army. Great Indian Peninsula Railway Volunteer Rifle Corps pouch belt plate. A fine and scarce Officer’s example comprising a die-stamped silvered Crowned strap inscribed “Inimicus Inimico”. Within the strap, two conjoined shields with an elephant above and a railway engine below all on an ornate domed ground. Three screw posts to reverse. Very good condition. Great Indian Peninsula Railway was incorporated in 1849, the Great Indian Peninsula Railway Volunteer Rifle Corps being raised 29th December 1875; a second battalion was formed on 5th August 1908 by the amalgamation of the Midland Railway Volunteer Rifle Corps, raised 22nd August 1890. The Corps were redesignated Great Indian Peninsula Railway Battalion on 1st April 1917 and Great Indian Peninsula Railway Regiment 1st October 1920. Honorary Colonel was The Governor of Bombay.
Indian Army. North Western Railway Volunteer Rifles shoulder title. A good scarce post 1892 British made blackened brass example on flat loops.
Indian Army. OTS / MHOW pair of brass shoulder titles. A well cast pair with integral loops. Officer Training School, Mhow, India originally formed in 1885.
Indian Army. Punjab Light Horse cap badge. Good British made die-cast crowned PLH cypher on “De Bon Vouloir Servir Le Roi” scroll by Gaunt on replacement loops.
Indian Army. Queen Victoria’s Own Corps of Guides (Frontier Force)(Lumden’s) Cavalry Officer’s 1913 hallmarked silver pagri badge. A fine and scarce die-cast example bearing Birmingham hallmarks by JF (James Fenton & Co. Birmingham). Crowned Garter resting in four-part scroll “Queen’s Own Corps of Guides”, VR to centre. Stout pagri pin to reverse. Excellent
Indian Army. Queen Victoria’s Own Corps of Guides (Frontier Force)(Lumden’s) Cavalry Officer’s 1925 hallmarked silver cap badge by JR Gaunt & Sons. A fine scarce die-cast Birmingham hallmarked example on loops, Reverse impressed JRG&S.
Indian Army. Rajputana Rifles Officer’s 1927 silver hallmarked pouch belt plate. A fine scarce example by ES & S (Edward Stillwell & Sons) bearing Birmingham hallmarksLaurel wreath surmounted by a Crown resting on a tablet inscribed “Bourbon”; the wreath bearing numerous honour scrolls. Within the wreath, a Maltese cross with lions between the angles and RR cypher to centre; the arms of the cross ornamented with further battle honours. Retains backing plate and four screw posts to reverse. VGC
Indian Army. Rajputana Rifles pagri badge. A good cast example on pagri pin. Imperial crowned strung bugle with "RR" between the cords
Indian Army. Rajputana Rifles post 1922 Officer’s pouch belt plate. A finely detailed cast silvered example on four screw posts.. Laurel wreath surmounted by a Crown resting on a tablet inscribed “Bourbon”; the wreath bearing numerous honour scrolls. Within the wreath, a Maltese cross with lions between the angles and RR cypher to rope edged centre; the arms of the cross ornamented with further battle honours.
Indian Army. Rajputana Rifles Victorian Officer’s pouch badge. A fine cast native silver example on two screw posts. Guelphic crowned strung bugle with "RR" between the cords. Gilt backing plate to brown.
Indian Army. Rangoon Volunteer Rifle Corps white metal pagri badge. A fine die-stamped example. (Cox 2674). Complete with two loops to the reverse. GC
Indian Army. Scinde Horse pouch belt plate, whistle etc. A fine and scarce silver example. The plate heavily silver plated, the whistle and holder both silver by J & Co. (Jennens) bears Birmingham 1884 hallmarks. Reverse of plate now with broad slider, and supports four chain to whistle and holder in the style of a chatelaine. Good condition.
Indian Army. Sikh Pioneers Officers 1916 hallmarked silver cap badge by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. 112 Regent St. London.. A fine scarce die-cast example on loops with London hallmarks. Sphinx bearing “2/23” resting on “Sikh Pioneer” tablet superimposed on crossed SMLE rifle with pick between the butts.
Indian Army. Supply & Transport Corps brass cap badge circa 1903-23. A good die struck example with long slider. GC Indian Army Supply and Transport Corps was redesignated Indian Army Service Corps in 1923; title “Royal” bestowed on the occasion of the King Emperor’s Jubilee in 1935.
Indian Army. The Madras Reiment cap badge circa 1922-47. A fine die-stamped British made example on three loops. Brass circular shield set on white metal crowned crossed native swords resting on bi-part scroll "The Madras Regiment".
Indian Army. United Provinces Area WW2 formation sign. Blue “Fishes of Oudh” embroidered on red felt disc. Red cotton backing.
Indian Army: 10th Baluch Regiment Officer’s red cord boss mounted with badge. badge. A good scarce example mounted with silvered X secured by wires.
Indian Army: 6th Rajputan Rifles WW2 Captain's Rank Slide A good scarce kd example with black embroidered "6 R.R." and three red backed black cloth rank pips.
Indian Army: 7th Rajput Regiment Officers Field Service Cap Badge by Firmin London.. A good - unmarked silver example on loops
Indian Army: Bombay Baroda & Central India Railway Regiment AFI cap badge. A good locally cast period example on small loops.
Indian Army: RAJ .RIF WW2 Rajputana Rifles slip on title Embroidered onto jungle green material, the reverse with ink stamp 1945.
Indian Army: Scots Company. Bombay Volunteer Rifles glengarry badge circa 1914-22. A fine and scarce die-stamped silvered example with J.R. Gaunt, London tablet to reverse, on loops.
Indian Army: WW2 Period Frontier Force Regiment Captain Rank Slides. A good matching pair for the KD uniform.
Indian Artillery bronze cap badge. A good well cast example on slider; applied moving gun wheel. Title \"Royal\" bestowed in 1945.
Indian Artillery cast cap badge Slider fitting
Indian Beach Groups scarce WW2 formation sign. Red winged dagger above waves embroidered on white disc with red border. Glue marks to reverse otherwise fine.
Indian Cavalry. Hodson’s Horse (4th DCO’s Own Lancers) Officer’s 1923 hallmarked silver cap badge. A very fine large die-cast example by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company bearing London hallmarks for 1923. Retaining both loops. Formed in 1857 as irregular cavalry under the gallant and intrepid William Stephen Raikes Hodson (killed at Lucknow 13th March 1858).
Indian Medical Service Officers Gilt Collar Badges. A fine matching pair on loops.
Indian Medical Service Officers Gilt Collar Badges. A fine matching pair on loops.
Indian Medical Service Officers OSD Bronze Collar Badges. A good matching die-cast pair on loops.
Indian Medical Service Officer’s cap badge. A fine British made die-cast silver and gilt example on loops.(Cox 2590)
Indian Mutiny Medal Defence of Luknow Contemporary Miniature Medal A good unmarked silver example, with clasp and original ribbon. GC.
Indian Mutiny Period 31st Bengal Native Infantry Field Officer’s shako & Cotton Cover. A very fine and scarce 1855-61 example complete with white linen cover for hot climate. Black beaver skin with black patent leather crown, neck and front peaks; two rows of gold lace around top of the crown denote Colonel’s or Lieutenant Colonel’s rank. To the front a fine fire eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown; mounted on the star, a laurel wreath encircling a strap inscribed “Bengal Native Infantry”; “31” to centre on a burnished gilt ground. Woollen white over red tuft to crown. The interior retains original leather sweatband with crimson silk edging and waxed silk lining. Black patent leather chinstrap and blackened mask to reverse of shako on the top line of gold lace. To the inside of the crown, an original paper tailor’s label of Garden and Son, Army Cap and Helmet Makers of 200 Piccadilly, London. The shako is accompanied by its original white linen Foreign Service Cover with 3-button fastenings to each side; the linen now stained and with minor holes and tears. Shako and cover are housed in japanned carrying tin. Shako VGC The shako is attributed to Lt. Gen. Frederick George Lister. Born 1790, died 1870. Originally commissioned as ensign into the 26th Native Infantry in 1806. Lt. 1808. Capt. 1824. Maj. 1839. Lt. Col. 1845. Col. 1855. Maj. Gen. 1857. Lt. Gen 1869. Posted as Colonel to the 31st Bengal Native Infantry in 1855.
Indian Parachute Regiment rare WW2 beret badge. A rare Die-stamped nickel plated copper example. Retaining both loops Good Condition.
Indian Parachute Regiment very rare WW2 Officer’s beret badge. A very fine die-cast silver plated example on loops, the reverse impressed “P”, JR Gaunt's mark for silver plate.
Indian Pioneers cast brass badge Intergral flat loops.
Indian Pioneers cast brass badge Intergral flat loops.
Indian State Forces, HEH The Nizam's Dis. Police Special Reverve headdress badge. Well cast in brass, reverse with single stout pin
Indian WW2 Lahore District facing pair of formation signs. Black cannon embroidered on red rectangle. Aertex to reverse with press studs. Slight moth Cannon represents Zam-Zammah, the gun which stands outside the Lahore Museum referred to in Rudyard Kipling’s “Kim”.
Indian WW2 rare facing pair of Lahore District formation signs. Each a black cannon embroidered on red rectangle. Hessian type backing with two brass loops. Minor service wear Cannon represents Zam-Zammah, the gun which stands outside the Lahore Museum referred to in Rudyard Kipling’s “Kim”.
Indian. 101st (Bihar & Orissa) L of C Area WW2 formation signs. Facing pair of red rearing horses printed on yellow discs, each with Aertex type backing and three hooks . Minor service wear, small stain to top of one sign.
Indian. 101st (Bihar & Orissa) L of C Area WW2 formation signs. Facing pair of red rearing horses printed on yellow discs, each with Aertex type backing and three hooks . Minor service wear, small stain to top of one sign.
Indian. 404 (East Bengal) L of C Area WW2 formation sign. A good scarce bullion example. Paddy-bird (symbolic of East Bengal) embroidered on red cotton rectangle.
Indian. 4th Bn. Special Armed Constabulary scarce cap badge. Cast white metal upright crossed kukris; “IVTH BN” between the blades, “SAC” between the handles. Loops. Good condition
Indian. 505 Lines of Communication WW2 formation sign. A good scarce exampleRed shield, white edged, embroidered with two black arms holding a steering wheel with XIV above. Aertex backing.
Indian. Bengal & North Western Railway Volunteer Rifles cap badge. Scarce die-stamped white metal example on loops. Crowned shield diagonally charged with a railway engine, wheatsheaf top and bottom.
Indian. Calcutta Civil Guard Cap Badge. Cast brass Maltese cross superimposed on an eight pointed star; title strap mounted to the centre encircling a King’s Crown. Stout pagri style pin to reverse
Indian. Calcutta Light Horse Cap Badge A die cast example on loops. Silvered eight pointed star mounted with gilt metal crowned “CLH” cypher resting scroll “Defence not Defiance”. Loops (Cox 2659) Formed as Calcutta Volunteer Lancers 22nd August 1872; reconstituted as Calcutta Mounted Volunteer Rifles 07.10.81; designated Calcutta Mounted Rifles 01.10.86 and Calcutta Light Horse 20.05.87. Blue uniform with white facings. Hon. Colonel, the Viceroy of India. In March 1943, members of the Calcutta Light Horse set sale in a barge “Phoebe” on a daring mission to Goa where they sank the German ship “Ehrenfels”. In 1980 this remarkable mission was made into a film “The Sea Wolves. The Last Charge of the Calcutta Light Horse”.
Indian. Mysore Lancers brass cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped British made example on four loops. Sight service wear. (Cox 2603) Served in Egypt and Palestine during WW1.
INKERMANN clasp for the Crimea Medal. A good scarce silver example.
INNG.F brass Irish Boer War Inniskilling Fusiliers shoulder title circa 1898-1900. A good example on flat hexagonal loops.
Inniskilling Dragoon Guards facing pair of collar badges, A good die-stamped bi-metal fair, fags facing, on loops.
INNISKILLINGS pair of Irish Brass Shoulder Titles. A good locally cast matching pair with flat integral loops (one damaged).
INNISKILLINGS white metal piper’s shoulder title. Flat loops to reverse. Very good condition
Inns of Court OTC blackened cap badge A good WW1 era die-stamped example on slider Changed from OTC to Regiment in 1932
Inns of Court OTC blackened cap badge. A scarce crowned cast example on loops.
Inns of Court OTC Officer’s cap badge. Cast silvered example. with pin fitting. Pin absent hook present
Inns of Court Regiment NCO’s arm badge. A fine die-stamped white metal winged devil with trident on loops.
Inns of Court Regiment Officer’s pair of collar badges. A good die-cast silvered pair by J.R. Gaunt London n loops. Reverses impressed "P"
Inns of Court Rifle Volunteers Victorian Officer\'s shako plate. A fine and scarce blackened example. The highpoints of the mounted centre burnished to accentuate the highlights. retaining both sets of fixing wires. Raised as 23rd Middlesex in 1859 and renumbered 14th Middlesex in 1880.
Inns of Court Volunteer Rifle Corps cap badge circa 1905-08. A fine die-stamped blacked brass example on loops.
Inspector of Army Schools Edwardian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1901-10 A very fine and exceedingly scarce gilt example of universal crowned star pattern mounted with laurel wreath and Garter, the centre with EVIIR Cypher in silver all set on a duck egg blue enamel ground. Three loops to reverse. Minor chip to enamel at 5 o’clock, generally VGC. Inspectors of Army Schools and Corps of Army Schoolmasters (formed in 1846;) disbanded 1920 and reformed as the Army Educational Corps 15th June, 1920.
Inspectors of Yeomanry & Volunteers Georgian Officer’s openback coatee button. A rare silver on copper example with backmark of Firmin & Westall (backmark in use 1797-1811). Complete with shank to reverse. Good condition.
Inspectors Special Constabulary Medal. A good example awarded to Inspr Harold C Jenkins. GC.
Intelligence Corps Officer\'s Coloured Field Service Side Cap. A scarce post 1953 example, retaining bullion Cap Badge and regimental buttons. Cotton lining to the interior, with tailor\'s details of Hobson. Some service wear VGC.
Intelligence Corps Volunteers printed formation sign A fine example
Intelligence Corps Volunteers printed formation sign, Golden "V" printed on grey over green rectangle with central red bar. Light glue mark to reverse. Good condition.
INTELLIGENCE CORPS WW2 pair of black on green printed titles. Scarce pair removed from a uniform. (See previous two lots for other items to this unknown FS Intelligence soldier)
Intelligence Corps WW2 plastic economy cap badge A good example on blades. (KK 2275)
Inter War Early WW2 Royal Air Force RAF Pilot Wings. This pair retain a classical shape associated with the 1930's. Flat, retaining original black wax cotton backing. Removed from a uniform. GC
Inter War WW2 Period Officers Seaforth Highlanders Wolseley pattern foreign service helmet. A very good and scarce khaki cloth example with seven fold pagri , to the left side a tartan pagri badge. The interior is with leather sweatband and silver paper lining. Also with an ink name A.H. McKillop. No damage to cork body and no moth damage. VGC A.H. Mckillop was commissioned into the Seaforth Highlandersin 1941
Invasion of Sicily 1st Airborne Bn Border Regiment Casualty India General Service Medal. Awarded to “3594593 Pte C..J. Phillips Bord R”. India General Service Medal with the clasp ‘North West Frontier 1930-31”. GC Private Charles John Phillips is confirmed as serving with the 1st Airborne Battalion and was killed on the 9th July 1943. On this day the Allied Armies landed in Sicily, the 1st Borders were detailed to capture and hold the surrounding area of Ponte Grande Bridge. The Battalion 43 Officer’s and 753 Other Ranks embarked in 72 Waco Gliders. Due to stronger winds than expected, poor navigation and enemy flak, 44 gliders were released early and landed in the sea killing nearly all those onboard.
Irish / Indian. 101st (Royal Bengal Fusiliers), OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A fine and scarce die-stamped brass example. Flaming grenade, on the ball the stencilled numerals “101” enclosed by a strap, “Royal Bengal Fusiliers”. Two period copper loops North and South. (KK 577). VGC In 1861 the former HEIC regiment 1st European Bengal Fusiliers was transferred to the British Establishment as the 101st (Royal Bengal Fusiliers) becoming the 1st Bn. The Royal Munster Fusiliers in 1881.
Irish Army Air Corps brass collar badge. Fixing: Loops Condition: GC
Irish Army large die-stamped bronze badge. Two blades to reverse. Good condition. Approx 46 mm
Irish blackened brass shamrock cloak chain. Small size example, two loops to reverse of each shamrock. GC. Slight age wear
Irish Dublin Victorian Carte de Visite Photograph Circa 1880 This is an interesting photograph of an Officer possibly of an Irish Regiment or Volunteer Battalion. He is wearing the 1868 pattern tunic with shako and carries the 1822 pattern Infantry sword. Photographer details of Golden Palette 9 Westmooreland Street Dublin Image clear Approx size 2 1/2 x 4 inches.
Irish Guards Brass Duty Bed Plate. A good example, mounted with a Regimental Cap Badge. GC.
Irish Guards Colour Sergeant's Badge A good gold and silver wire EIIR example mounted on three gold lace chevrons. Minor service wear.
Irish Guards General Service Medal “Palestine 1945-48” Awarded to “2725489 Gdsm. G. Raw I.G.” GC
Irish Guards Officer’s peaked Forage cap A good example, black cloth body and crown with mohair cap band mounted with Silvered Regimental device. The peak is of black patent leather with gold bullion edging. Complete with regimental post 1902 buttons and patent leather chin strap. The interior is with leather sweatband, cotton lining and tailor’s stamp of Edward Smith, London. GC. Bullion dulled.
Irish Guards rare OR’s bronzed pagri badge. A fine die-stamped. Two loops to reverse. VGC (KK 917)
Irish Guards Service Dress Silver Cap Badge by L & Co. A silver, gilt and enamelled example on long loops. Toned, service wear especially to motto .
Irish Local Security Force post 1941 cap badge. A scarce example with original pin fixing to reverse. Black enamel shield charged with a Harp between the letters “C” and “A”. Good condition
Irish Local Security Force scarce post 1941 cap badge A good example with original pin fixing to reverse. Black enamel shield charged with a Harp between the letters “C” and “A”. GC
Irish Militia. Armagh Light Infantry OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A fine die-stamped white metal example. Crowned strung bugle. Two loops to reverse. (KK 1267) Raised 1793 Raised 1793 at Armagh, redesignated Light Infantry in 1855, became 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers on Friday 1st July 1881
Irish National Volunteers badge by P.Quinn & Co, Belfast Green enamel oval, central shamrock and Harp. Button hole fixing absent. Hole drilled to base. AF
Irish North Cork Militia attributed Victorian Officer’s pouch belt plate 1879-81 and his commission. A fine and rare die-stamped unmarked silver or heavily plated example. Laurel wreath surmounted by a Guelphic Crown resting on a blank tablet; within the wreath a Maltese cross with ball finials to the tips and lions between the arms. To the centre, within a circlet inscribed “North Cork Riflemen”, a strung bugle. Four screw posts to reverse and complete with backing plate. VGC Worn by Captain Frederick James William Davies, 104th Foot whilst serving as adjutant (gazetted 20.5.1879) ... together with Davies\' commission appointing him adjutant signed in ink \"George\" (Prince George, Field Marshal and CinC British Army, grandson of George III) ... accompanied by Davies\'s blue velvet wallet beautifully embroidered back and front with silk floral designs and bullion and silk \"FD\" monogram.
  • Raised 1793 at Fermoy as North Cork Militia; redesignated North Cork Rifles 1852; became 9th Bn. KRRC on Friday 1st July 1881
  • 104th Foot (Bengal Fusiliers) became 2nd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers in 1881
  • Irish Police (Garda Siochana) post 1922 helmet plate. Die-stamped blackened brass. Three loops (two replacements)
    Irish pre 1922 Royal Dublin Fusiliers OR’s collar badges. Brass flaming grenades, the ball of each embossed with a facing Elephant and Tiger. Loops to one crudely repaired
    Irish Royal Munster Fusiliers Victorian / Edwardian OR’s cap badge. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example on loops. Obverse with heavy patination.
    Irish Victorian 1st Bn. Connaught Rangers band pouch badge. A good rare post 1881 brass example comprising a Crowned Maid of Erin Harp with separate scroll “The Connaught Rangers” below. Possibly a marriage, screw post on Harp, loops on scroll.
    Irish WW1 Royal Munster Fusiliers Officer's OSD Bronze Cap Badge circa 1902-22.. A good die-cast example on blades. The ball of the grenade mounted with Tiger and scroll attached by wires.
    Irish, Royal Meath Militia Officer’s silver plated tunic button circa 1856-81. A good large example by Jennens & Co. LondonPlating slightly worn on highpoints. Headquarters at Limerick, became 5th Bn. Leinster Regiment 1st July 1881
    Irish, South Mayo Rifles Militia rare glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A fine die-stamped white metal example. Resting in a shamrock wreath, a Crowned oval inscribed “South Mayo Rifles 15”; Arms of the Marquis of Sligo to centre. Two original lead soldered loops to reverse. (KK 1293) Raised in 1793 at Westport as South Mayo Militia; redesignated as Rifles in 1855, became 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers 31st July 1881
    Irish. 100th (Prince of Wales’s Royal Canadian) Regiment, Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped brass example on brass loops North and South (North now absent). Prince of Wales’s crest and motto over a circular strap, “Prince of Wales’s”; “100” to voided centre. Raised in 1858 and became the 1st Battalion The Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians) in 1881.
    Irish. 100th (The Prince of Wales’s Royal Canadian) Regiment Officer’s waist belt clasp circa 1858-81. A very fine and exceedingly scarce silver and gilt example with matching benchmark numbers to both halves. Circlet ornamented with silver maple leaves; burnished gilt centre mounted with silver Prince of Wales’s plumes over “100”. Plain gilt ends, each corner ornamented with maple leaf.
    Irish. 27th (Inniskilling) Regiment, OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A fine and scarce die-stamped brass example. Three towered castle, with St. George’s flag flying, over a circular strap, “Inniskilling Regiment”, in the centre “27”. Two brass loops North and South (slight verdigris to base of each). VGC (KK 464)
    Irish. 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards Officer’s silver cap badge. A fine die-cast crowned VDG cypher. Reverse impressed “STERLING”. Complete with original green felt backing (worn through round the loops) .
    Irish. 6th Inniskilling Dragoons NCO’s arm badge. A very fine unmarked silver or heavily plated example on two replacement loops. The Castle of Inniskilling with St.George’s Colours flying, of hollow construction with flat backplate.
    Irish. 6th Inniskilling Dragoons regimental horse harness stirrup slide. A good example from the harness of an Officer’s charger. High points of the castle polished otherwise GC
    Irish. 83rd (County of Dublin) Regiment of Foot OR’s shako plate circa 1861-68. A good extremely scarce die-stamped brass example of crowned star pattern bearing Garter; seeded centre pierced with “83” Retains both original lead soldered iron loops to reverse. Generally VGC 83rd raised 29th September 1793 in Dublin by Colonel William Fitch, popularly known as "Fitch's Grenadiers"; in 1881 became 1st Bn. Royal Irish Rifles.
    Irish. 86th (Royal County Down) Foot Georgian Officer’s pre 1830 gilt open back coatee button This fine example made by C. Jennens, London with Prince of Wales\'s plumes backmark indicating pre 1830 manufacture. Crowned title strap, “86” below; Maid of Erin Harp to centre. See “Buttons of the Irish Militia 1793-1881” by J.McDonell, 7.3.
    Irish. 86th (Royal County Down) Regt Officer’s gilt open back coatee button A scarce example, complete with shank, made by C.Jennens London (with P of W backmark) VGC.
    Irish. 88th (Connaught Rangers) Regiment, OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A fine and scarce die-stamped brass example. Crowned Harp resting on corded numerals “88”. Two brass loops East and West. (KK 560). VGC The Harp and Crown was authorised for wear by 88th on 23rd December 1830
    Irish. 88th Foot (Connaught Rangers) small brass OR\'s tunic button circa 1855-71. A good example by Firmins Ld. London
    Irish. 94th Regiment of Foot, OR’s glengarry badge,circa 1874-1881. A good scarce die-stamped brass example. Crowned strap inscribed “Regiment”; “94” to voided centre. Reverse with brass loops North and South. (KK 569) 94th became the 2nd Battalion, The Connaught Rangers on Friday 1st July, 1881.
    Irish. Carlow Rifles Militia OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped brass (originally blackened) example on loops (one a good old replacement). Crowned strap “Erin go Bragh, Carlow Rifles” resting on shamrock spray; Maid of Erin Harp on central lined ground. Some service wear. (KK 1269) Raised 1793 at Carlow, became 8th Bn. KRRC on Friday 1st July 1881
    Irish. Connaught Rangers OR's brass cap badge circa 1902-22. A fine die stamped example on slider with maker's strengthener between crown and harp.
    Irish. Connaught Rangers OR’s brass cap badge circa 1902-22. A good WW1 vintage die-stamped example on slider with crease to top of slider. (KK 696)
    Irish. Connaught Rangers pre 1922 Officers Silvered Elephant Collar Badges. A good matched pair on loops.
    Irish. Connaught Rangers Victorian OR’s glengarry badge. A good scarce post 1881 example regimentally constructed by lead soldering crown to a helmet plate centre . Loops replaced with a crude slider. (KK 357)
    Irish. Connaught Rangers Victorian post 1881 brass helmet plate centre. A fine die-stamped example retaining two (East & West) of four loops. (KK 352)
    Irish. Down Volunteers late 18th century Georgian baldric or pouch badge. An extremely scarce OR’s example comprising a cast brass oval inscribed “Down Volunteers” with Crowned Maid of Erin Harp to centre; three integral loops to reverse. Some service wear GC
    Irish. Dublin Metropolitan Police rare EVIIR cap badge. Fine die-stamped white metal example circa 1902-10 comprising an elongated eight pointed star surmounted by a Crown. EVIIR Cypher to centre within oval inscribed “Quis Separabit”. Loops North and South. VGC The Royal Irish Constabulary was replaced by the Garda Siochana in 1922, however the Dublin Metropolitan Police, formed in 1836, remained in existence as a separate force until 1925 when it became part of the Garda Siochana.
    Irish. Dublin University OTC scarce bronze cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on slider. (KK 2449)
    Irish. Inniskilling Fusiliers Edwardian Cap Badge. A good bi-metal example retaining original loops. Some service wear
    Irish. Inniskilling Fusiliers WW1 cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal pre 1926 (flag left) example on slider.
    Irish. Leinster Regiment post 1896 cap badge on loops. A fine die-stamped bi-metal Victorian / Edwardian example.
    Irish. Leinster Regiment Victorian/Edwardian cap badge on loops. A good scarce die-stamped bi-metal example.
    Irish. Leinster Regiment WW1 curled scrolls OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example on slider. (KK 700)
    Irish. Leinster Regiment WW1 economy curled scrolls OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on slider. (KK 700)
    Irish. Leinster Regiment WW1 economy curled scrolls OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example on slider. (KK 700)
    Irish. Mid-Ulster Artillery Officer’s helmet plate circa 1889-1901. A good rare die-stamped example. Gilt Royal Arms, pierced around the shield, with scroll below overlaid with laurel spray. Below the scroll, a gun with mounted wheel resting on a scroll “Mid-Ulster Artillery”. Three loops to reverse. Wear to gilt otherwise GC. HQ at Dungannon.
    Irish. North of Ireland Imperial Yeomanry Edwardian head-dress badge. A fine rare die-stamped white metal example on loops. Crowned circlet inscribed “North of Ireland Imperial Yeomanry” and ornamented at the base with shamrocks. Mounted to the centre, a Maid of Erin Harp on a burnished ground. (KK 1393) Raised on 7th March 1900 as North Irish Horse for the Boer War, 7th January 1902 redesignated North of Ireland Imperial Yeomanry, 1908 reverted to North Irish Horse.
    Irish. Prince of Wales’s Own Donegal Militia Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A fine scarce die-stamped brass example on loops. Prince of Wales’ plumes resting in a curled scroll inscribed “Donegal Militia”. (KK 1275) Raised in April 1793, HQ in 1817 was Ballyshannon, redesignated Prince of Wales' Own Donegal Militia 1855 when four of its twelve companies converted to Artillery. In 1874 it moved HQ to Lifford; redesignated 3 Brigade North Irish Division Artillery in 1881.
    Irish. Queen’s County Rifles Militia scarce OR's glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped blackened brass crowned strung bugle resting on a large scroll inscribed “Queen’s County Rifles”. Two of three loops remain on reverse (one reaffixed with lead solder). GC (KK 1296) Raised 1793 at Montrath, became 4th Bn. Leinster Regiment on Friday 1st July 1881
    Irish. RDF Royal Dublin Fusiliers brass shoulder title. A good example complete with loops.
    Irish. Royal Dublin Fusiliers facing pair of pre 1922 OR’s collar badges. Brass flaming grenades, the ball of each embossed with a facing Elephant and Tiger. Loops to reverse.
    Irish. Royal Dublin Fusiliers Officer's Boer War Pair of Medals. A scarce pair awarded to "Lt. A. Brodhurst-Hill R. Dub Fus", who was wounded at Herts Hill. Comprising: Queen's South Africa Medal Five clasps "Cape Colony", "Tugela Heights", "Orange Free State", "Relief of Ladysmith", "Transvaal", "Lt R. Dub Fus" (correct engraved naming), King's South Africa Medal, two clasps "South Africa 1901", "South Africa 1902" "Lieut Rl Dublin Fus". Mounted as originally worn, with original ribbons. Captain Arthur Broadhurst-Hill was commissioned Second Lieutenant in the Royal Dublin Fusiliers in 1899 and was promoted to Lieutenant in February 1900. His clasp entitlement is confirmed and he was wounded at Harts Hill on the 24th February 1900. The 1922 War Service of Officers shows no WW1 Service and shows him as a retired Officer. Lt. A. Brodhurst-Hill's silver and gilt cap badge can be found in the military section
    Irish. Royal Dublin Fusiliers Officers Bullion Collar Badges. A scarce pair of gold bullion collar badges, mounted to the ball with a silvered Regimental device. Worn with the 1880 pattern scarlet tunic. GC Bullion remains bright.
    Irish. Royal Dublin Fusiliers Officers Bullion Collar Badges. A scarce pair of gold bullion collar badges, mounted to the ball with a silvered Regimental device. Worn with the 1880 pattern scarlet tunic. GC Bullion remains bright.
    Irish. Royal Dublin Fusiliers OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1922. A good WW1 vintage bi-metal example on slider. \"Blow holes\" to reverse which has a minor spot of verdigris. (KK 702)
    Irish. Royal Dublin Fusiliers post 1881 OR\'s pagri badge. A die-stamped brass example of glengarry grenade pattern on slider.
    Irish. Royal Dublin Fusiliers WW1 cap badge. Die-stamped bi-metal example on period lead soldered replacement slider. A little service wear
    Irish. Royal Dublin Fusiliers WW1 cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider
    Irish. Royal Hibernian Military School, Dublin scarce brass cap badge circa 1902-21 A fine die-stamped example on loops. VGC (KK 1082) Founded in Phoenix Park Dublin in 1769. Recognised by Royal Warrant in 1789. Staff and pupils transferred to Duke of York’s RMS at Dover upon the formation of the Irish Free State in 1921.
    Irish. Royal Hibernian Military School, Dublin scarce cap badge circa 1902-21. A good die-stamped brass brooched example. (KK 1082) Founded in Phoenix Park Dublin in 1769, Royal Warrant in 1789. Staff & pupils transferred to Duke of York’s RMS at Dover upon the formation of the Irish Free State in 1921.
    Irish. Royal Hibernian Military School, Dublin scarce cap badge circa 1902-21. A good die-stamped brass non-voided example on flat style loops. Slight verdigris. (KK 1082). Obtained together with 1020369 RMS badge which presumably was worn by the same pupil / cadet. Founded in Phoenix Park Dublin in 1769, Royal Warrant in 1789. Staff & pupils transferred to Duke of York’s RMS at Dover upon the formation of the Irish Free State in 1921.
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusilier pre 1926 Officer's cap badge. Gilt flaming grenade bearing silver Castle of Inniskilling to the ball (flag left). Loops replaced with stout brooch / pagri pin. AMinor service wear. Good condition.
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1926-34 OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers anodised badge. A good example on loops.
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers anodised badge. A good example on loops.
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers post 1881 Officer’s fur cap grenade. A fine example. Gilt flaming grenade; mounted on the ball, in silver, the Castle of Inniskilling. Loop and blade fittings to reverse. Slight wear to gilt. (KK 935)
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers post 1881 Officer’s waist belt clasp. An extremely fine Officer’s silvered and gilt example of special pattern. On a round burnished gilt plate, a deep laurel wreath of silver intertwined with a silver scroll bearing the battle honours of the Regiment. Within the wreath, in silver, the White Horse with gilt motto scroll “Nec aspera terrent”. Above the White Horse, a gilt grenade bearing the silver Castle of Inniskilling on the ball. Below the White Horse at the junction of the wreath, the Sphinx resting on a tablet inscribed “Egypt”. Fixed Universal pattern rococo end present, detachable one now absent. VGC (Ryan 191)
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers post 1934 cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example.
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers post 1934 OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers pre 1968 Piper’s caubeen badge. A fine die-cast silvered example on loops. Castle of Inniskilling on “Inniskilling” scroll.
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers scarce 1926-34 OR’s cap badge. A fine die-cast white metal example on slider.
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers scarce 1926-34 OR’s cap badge. A fine die-stamped white metal example on slider
    Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A good scarce example, retaining blades. Slight distortion. GC (KK 2227)
    Irish. Royal Limerick County Militia glengarry badge circa 1875-81 A good scarce OR’s die-stamped brass example. Flaming grenade set within a Union wreath all resting on a scroll inscribed “Royal Limerick County”. One of two loops remain to reverse. Good condition. (KK 1287) Raised 1793 at St. Francis Abbey, redesignated as Fusiliers 1st November 1875, became 5th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st July 1881
    Irish. Royal Munster Fusiliers Cap Badge circa 1896-1922. A good bi-metal example on loops (bent). (KK 701) Disbanded 31st July, 1922
    Irish. Royal Munster Fusiliers OR\'s cap badge circa 1898-1922. A good scarce die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. Following the establishment of the Irish Free State in 1922, the regimental Colours were received by King George V on 12th June at St. Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle; formal disbandment followed on 31st July, 1922.
    Irish. Royal Munster Fusiliers pair of Officer's Bullion Collar Badges. A scarce small facing pair, retaining silvered Royal Tigers to the ball. One badge weak at the joint between ball and flames.
    Irish. Royal Munster Fusiliers Victorian / Edwardian OR's cap badge. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example on loops. (KK 701)
    Irish. Royal Munster Fusiliers Victorian OR’s glengarry grenade circa 1881-96. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops., the ball bearing the Arms of the Province of Munster resting in a laurel wreath. (KK 971).
    Irish. Royal Munster Fusiliers WW1 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. Flames slightly flattened by wearer. (KK 701)
    Irish. Royal Ulster Rifles anodised cap badge by Smith & Wright Ltd. A fine example on slider. 1st July 1968, The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, The Royal Ulster Rifles and The Royal Irish Fusiliers amalgamated to form The Royal Irish Rangers who in turn amalgamated with The Ulster Defence Regiment on 1st July 1992 to from The Royal Irish Regiment.
    Irish. Royal Ulster Rifles Officer’s 1934 hallmarked silver pouch belt plate. A very fine example by JRG&S (JR Gaunt, London) bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Shamrock wreath bearing battle honours and surmounted by a Crown resting on a scroll inscribed “Quis Separabit”. Within the wreath, a Maid of Erin Harp over the Sphinx on a tablet inscribed “Egypt” with a scroll inscribed “South Africa 1899-1902” below. At the base of the wreath a strung bugle with a scroll resting on the strings inscribed “Royal Irish Rifles”. Four screw posts to reverse and complete with backing plate. VGC
    Irish. Royal Ulster Rifles Officer’s pouch belt plate circa 1953-68. An extremely fine example. Die-stamped silvered shamrock wreath bearing battle honours and surmounted by a crown resting on a scroll inscribed “Quis Separabit”. Within the wreath, a Maid of Erin Harp over the Sphinx on a tablet inscribed “Egypt” with a scroll inscribed “South Africa 1899-1902” below. At the base of the wreath a strung bugle with a scroll resting on the strings inscribed “Royal Ulster Rifles”. Four screw posts to reverse and complete with backing plate. 1st July 1968, The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, The Royal Ulster Rifles and The Royal Irish Fusiliers amalgamated to form The Royal Irish Rangers who in turn amalgamated with The Ulster Defence Regiment on 1st July 1992 to from The Royal Irish Regiment.
    Irish. Royal Ulster Rifles Pair of Cloth Shoulder Titles. A good embroidered matched pair
    Irish. South of Ireland Imperial Yeomanry pre 1908 OR’s cap badge. A very fine and scarce die-stamped brass shamrock bearing the letters SIY. Loops to reverse. (KK 1389)
    Irish. SURGEONS / OTC / IRELAND brass shoulder title. A good scarce example on loops (one absent)
    Irish. The Leinster Regiment (The Prince of Wales’s Royal Canadians), OR’s helmet plate centre 1881-1914. A good die-stamped bi-metal example. Within a circlet “Leinster”, the Prince of Wales’s crest and motto over crossed maple leaves with the battle honour, “Central India” below. Three replacement loops to reverse. (KK 353)
    Irish. The Leinster Regiment OSD Bronze Badge circa 1902-22 A good die-stamped example, retaining loops to the reverse.
    Irish. Ulster Defence Regiment Piper’s gilt metal headdress badge. A good Elizabeth II die-cast crowned Maid of Erin Harp retaining three screw posts to the reverse.
    Irish. Victorian / Edwardian 6th Inniskilling Dragoons OR's cap badge circa 1896-1922. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on loops (a little pinched)
    Irish. WW1 Royal Dublin Fusiliers Cap Badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. Verdigris to reverse \"blow holes\"
    Irish. WW2 Inniskilling Fusiliers Cap Badge & Shoulder Titles. A good matching set as worn.
    Irish: LEINSTER RC brass shoulder title circa 1905-22. A good example on flat hexagonal loops. (Westlake 1422)
    Irish: Royal Dublin Fusiliers Officer's Irish:Bullion Collar Badges. Two bullion facing examples, the ball of each bearing silver Royal Tiger over Elephant. One badge weak at the joint between ball and flames.
    Isle of Man interest. 515th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery formation sign A good scarce example; yellow Arms of the Isle of Man (three legged device) embroidered on red felt shield.
    Isle of Wight Constabulary cap badge. Chrome & enamel Fixing: Slider Condition: Enamel chipped
    Isle of Wight Rifles post 1908 OSD bronze cap badge. A good scarce cast example on blades.
    Isle of Wight Volunteer Training Corps scarce WW1 Hampshire VTC cap badge. Fine die-cast bronze example on clipped loops. Tower of Carisbrooke Castle within laurel wreath resting on scroll “Isle of Wight” intertwined with letters “VTC”. (KK 1683)
    Italian Air Force WW2 Bombadier\'s Badge of Merit. A fine scarce 2nd class / grade pinback example (awarded for 50 missions). Bronzed crowned oval laurel wreath with three silver falling bombs to voided centre. Introduced by Benito Mussolini in 1942 to be worn on the left breast pocket
    Italian Army pouch / pouch belt badge. Fixing: Screw posts Condition: VGC
    Italian Royal Air Force (Regia Aeronautica) Pilot's wing circa 1923-35. A good scarce die-stamped gilt metal pinback example. VGC In 1935 the fasces was added, clutched in the eagle's talons.
    Italy. MSVN Black Shirt's 11th Zone arm shield A god scarce die-stamped thin brass sew-on example with painted decoration. Minor service wear. Good condition.
    IV / GOVT CAMEL CORPS rare WW1 brass shoulder title A well cast example on flat integral loops.
    IY / NORTH OF IRELAND scarce brass Irish shoulder title. A good scarce example on loops. (Westlake 202)
    IY / WORCESTER scarce brass Imperial Yeomanry shoulder title. Complete with loops GC.
    Jamaica Local Forces pre 1938 OR’s cap badge by Firmin, London A good die-stamped chromed example on loops. Crowned title circlet with Coat of Arms to voided centre.
    Jamaica Militia Artillery cap badge. A scarce British made die-stamped brass example by Firmin London. Design as RA cap badge but with “Jamaica” in place of “Ubique” and tri-part scroll below reads “Militia”, a laurel spray and “Artillery”. Slider to reverse. Slight polish to highpoints. GC
    Jamaica Militia Officer’s rare gilt field service cap badge circa 1902-06. Die-cast crowned title circlet with Coat of Arms to voided centre. Loops altered for brooch pin.
    Jamaica Police white metal King’s Crown cap badge. Good die-stamped British made on slider.
    JAMAICA WW2 RAF Royal Air Force nationality title Remains in Very Good Condition.
    Japanese Cased Red Cross Silver Merit Medal with rosette A good example, retained in original black lacquer case. Near VGC.
    JERSEY brass Jersey Militia, Channel Islands shoulder title. A good example on flat hexagonal loops worn wit separate RA, RE or bugle.
    Jewish Battalions Royal Fusiliers scarce WW1 OR’s cap badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on slider. Menora (seven-branched candlestick) on a scroll inscribed in Hebrew “Kadimah”. (KK 1145) Worn 1917-18 only by 38th, 39th, 40th Bns.
    Jewish Brigade Group rare WW2 formation sign. Silk embroidered yellow Star of David set on light blue / white / light blue rectangle.Superb condition. Formed in Palestine. Served in Italy and NW Europe
    Jewish Chaplains rare WW1 cap badge. Die-cast blackened brass crowned Star of David on two loop fasteners (pinched). Wear to blacking otherwise GC (KK 975)
    Johore Volunteer Engineers rare bi-metal cap badge. Good British made die-stamped white metal example with overlaid brass title scroll. Loops
    Johore Volunteer Engineers scarce post 1928 bimetal cap badge. Die-stamped on replacement blades. Rhino head on torse resting on scroll “Johore Volunteer Engineers”. Raised 1914 as Johore Vol. Rifles; redesignated Johore Volunteer Engineers 1928.
    Jos (Nigeria) Native Administration Polive cap badge. A fine die-cast chromed circular example on loops.
    Junior Leaders Royal Armoured Corps scarce armband. A good red over yellow example (RAC colours) bearing embroidered tank and title scroll on crowned crossed lances.
    Junior Leaders Royal Armoured Corps scarce armband. A good red over yellow example (RAC colours) bearing embroidered tank and title scroll on crowned crossed lances.
    K.E. VI.G.S. / CADET CORPS / STOURBRIDGE scarce brass shoulder title. A good die-stamped example on loops.
    K.O.S.B. WW2 printed King\'s Own Scottish Borderers shoulder title. A fine white on red example.
    K.S.L.I. WW2 King's Shropshire Light Infantry Printed Shoulder Title Badge A fine unworn example
    Kaiser-I-Hind Bronze Medal. A good example, contained in original leather and velvet case. The medal is accompanied by a 1947 letter, giving details of the recipient Miss Sheila Beadon-Banks and was awarded to her for public service in India
    Katyn massacre Polish WW2 'In Memoriam 1940' lapel badge / brooch. A fine scarce die-cast silvered pinback example. In memory of the 22,000 Polish Officers and Intellectuals massacred by the Russians in April / May 1940 in the Katyn Forest
    KEEP as later one on listScottish. 1st Invernesshire Local Militia Georgian Officer\'s gilt coatee button circa 1808-16. A fine rare open back example by I.Nutting & Son, King St. Covent Garden Commanded by Lt.Col. Hon. Archibald Foster who\'s commission is dated 25th September, 1808.
    Keep Grenadier Guards Victorian OR’s brass pagri badge A very fine die-stamped example with two loops (toned black) to reverse. (KK 895)
    keep Welsh Guards scarce OR’s brass pagri badge. Die-stamped original example of this much copied badge. Long slider. Red felt backing retained by two tangs to reverse. (KK 921) Excellent
    KEEP WW1 Woolwich, London National Reserve enamelled lapel badge The right hand butt impressed “29”. Reverse impressed with number and “Woolwich”. Retaining buttonhole fitting.
    KEH / KODR brass shoulder title circa 1910-24. A good example on loops. King Edward’s Horse, King’s Overseas Dominions Regiment. Disbanded 1924.
    Kelvinside Academy scarce OTC cap / glengarry badge. A good example retaining both loops. GC.
    Kent and County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) Officer’s wire embroidered forage cap badge. A fine unworn example on red cloth ground. Formed 1st May, 1961. HQ Hill House, Bromley
    Kent Cyclist Battalion Officer's cap badge circa 1910-20. 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.
    Kent Cyclist Battalion Officer's cap badge circa 1910-20. 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.
    Kent Rifle Volunteers Victorian OR’s glengarry badge. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example on loops being the White Horse of Kent on “Invicta” scroll.
    Kent Volunteer Artillery Victorian Volunteer Long Service Medal. Awarded to “Sergt Major W. Arnott 2nd K.V.A”. Engraved naming VGC.
    Kent Volunteer Artillery Victorian Volunteer Long Service Medal. Awarded to “Sergt Major W. Arnott 2nd K.V.A”. Engraved naming VGC.
    Kent Volunteer Fencibles WW1 white metal VTC cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on slider. (KK 1629) Formed 1915. Commandant, Lord Harris of Throwley near Faversham. In 1916 formed four Vol Bns. R.W.Kent Regt. 1st at Tonbridge, 2nd at Maidstone, 3rd at Penge, 4th at Erith.
    Kenya Colony Prision Service Cap Badge A fine die-stamped example; loops replaced with slider.
    Kenya Defence Force / Administration brass cap badge. By Firmin London A good example retaining original slider with makers details of \"Firmin London\" GC. (Owen 3706)
    Kenya Police / Military whistle. Bearing the stamps "KP', "KC" each with a WD Arrow.
    Kenya Police gilt Officer's cap badge by Firmin, London A fine scarce die-cast example on loops.
    Kenya Regiment Territorial Force Cap Badge circa 1937-63. A fine die-cast brass example on loops.
    Khedive Star 1884-6 An unnamed example retaining original ribbon. Remains in good condition, please note knocks to the points.
    Khedive’s Star 1882. A good example GC
    Khyber Rifles cap badge. A good locally cast example in white metal on loops. Flat back. Disbanded following numerous desertions in 1919. Reconstituted from Afridi veterans of WW2 in 1946. Transferred to Pakistan on Partition.
    Kildare Rifles Irish Militia brass glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good die-stamped example retaining both loops. GC Raised circa 1780 at Naas as Kildare Militia, became 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers on Friday 1st July 1881
    Kilmarnock Police scarce Victorian white metal headdress badge. Die-stamped example on loops. Very good condition. 53mm high.
    King African Rifles Cap Badge A good die-stamped bronzed example on loops.
    King Edward’s Horse OR’s brass cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped example bearing incorrect “Ausumus” in place of “Adsumus”. Slider to reverse. (KK 1508)
    King George V Royal Household Faithful Service Medal. The suspender bearing the dates \"1910 1930\". Reconstituted and re-engraved to \"Annie Fraser\" otherwise GC.
    KING WILLIAM’S / OTC / COLLEGE brass Isle of Man shoulder title. Complete with all four loops.
    King William’s College, Isle of Man OTC cap badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on slider. (KK 2602)
    King's African Rifles pair of shoulder titles A good blackened brass pair on loops with coloured felt backing on their brass backing plates.
    King's Dragoon Guards General Service Medal A Good two clasp example awarded to "14474497 Tpr R. Sinclair K.D.G." bearing clasps "Palestine 1945-48", "Malaya" GC
    King's Dragoon Guards scarce General Service Medal, clasp MALAYA. A good EIIR example, mounted as single medal, awarded to 23228248 TPR. G. WOOLRI CH. K.D.G.
    King's Liverpool Regiment facing post 1926 Officer's collar badges Good silver examples by Gaunt. Each on three loops. Toned
    King's Liverpool Regiment facing post 1926 Officer's collar badges Belonged to same unknown Officer. Slightly smaller unmarked brighter par each on two loops
    King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment post 1881 helmet plate centre A good die-stamped brass example. Royal Lion within circlet inscribed "Royal Lancaster" and ornamented with laurel sprays at the base. Three of four loops to reverse.
    King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt helmet plate centre. Fixing: 4 loops Condition: VGC
    King's Own Scottish Borderer's post 1953 Officer's glengarry badge. A fine die-stamped silver plated pierced example on loops. Minor service wear.
    King's Own Scottish Borderers late Victorian glengarry badge circa 1900-01. A good die-stamped white metal example on three loops with JR Gaunt, London tablet to reverse. One loops slightly at fault otherwise "as new".
    King's Own Scottish Borderers post 1953 KOSB Office's glengarry badge. A fine die-stamped hand fretted silvered example on loops.
    King's Own Scottish Borderers WW1 Pair of Medals Awarded to 23182 Pte J. McCreadie K.O.Sco.Bord. Retaining original silk ribbons. GC
    KING'S OWN WW2 Printed Shoulder Title Badge A worn example, slight staining..
    King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Indian KOYLI Mess Servant's pagri badge. Rare cast low grade silver crowned KOYLI cypher. Pin fitting, hook absent
    King's Royal Rifle Corps Church Lads Brigade Cadets cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped blackened brass example on slider. Minor service wear 16th (Service) Battalion (Church Lads Brigade) KRRC was raised for the New Army
    King's School Canterbury OTC brass cap badge Die-stamped on slider. VGC (KK 2596)
    King's School, Worcester OTC cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped blackened brass example on loopd. Red felt backing. VGC (KK 2601)
    Kings Dragoon Guards WW2 Casualty Long Service & Good Conduct Medal. A George VI Regular Army Long Service & good Conduct Medal awarded to 536976 Cpl H. Purvis KDG. GC. Sergeant Harry Purvis died on the 18th September 1940 and is buried in Brookwood Military Cemetery
    Kings Liverpool Regiment Anodised Cap Badge by Firmin London A fine example with makers details to the slider.
    Kings Liverpool Regiment WW2 cap badge A finely die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
    Kings Liverpool Regiment WW2 cap badge A finely die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
    Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry ORs Smasher hatť badge. Die-stamped bi-metal. Slider (clipped) GC (KK 669)
    Kings Shropshire Light Infantry Africa General Service Medal. Clasp Kenya. A good example awarded to 23120972 Pte L Cook KSLI. GC.
    King\'s Dragoon Guards scarce 1938 cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on slider.
    King\'s Liverpool Regiment facing pair of post 1926 Officer\'s collar badges. A fine pair on loops. Each a silvered rearing Horse of Hanover on gilt Old English scroll \"King\'s\".
    King\'s Liverpool Regiment WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A good example on blades (some verdigris).
    King\'s Own Scottish Borderers GSM Medal A good example awarded to \"24400901 Pte W.D. Potter KOSB\" GC Mounted Court style as originally worn.
    King\'s Own Scottish Borderers post 1902 Officer\'s foreign service helmet pagri badge. Rare large die-cast silvered example, the lettering hand pierced. Reverse with triangular hinged pagri fitting (old replacement).
    King\'s Royal Rifle Corps Mounted Officer\'s horse harness bit boss. A scarce post 1902 die-cast nickle silver crowned strap inscribed “King’s Royal Rifle Corps”. Strung bugle horn to seeded centre. Two studs to reverse. VGC
    King\'s Royal Rifle Corps OR\'s glengarry badge circa 1881-96. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on loops.
    King\'s Royal Rifle Corps Oval Cord Boss circa 1902-52. Green oval boss mounted with small KRRC blackened brass badge.
    King\'s Shropshire Light Infantry OSD bronze cap badge. A fine die-cast example on blades.
    King\'s Shropshire Light Infantry Pre 1968 Officer\'s Silver & Gilt Beret Badge A very good example, retaining two loops
    King’s (Liverpool) Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on four loops. Rim slightly bent at 6 o’clock otherwise good condition. (KK 297)
    King’s (Liverpool) Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on four loops. White metal Horse of Hanover within brass circlet inscribed "Liverpool" and ornamented with laurel spray at the base. Two replacement loops to reverse. (KK 297)
    King’s College School Wimbledon OTC cap badge. A good die-stamped blackened brass example with slider to the reverse.
    King’s Colonials Boer War Officer’s badge. A very fine and scarce die-stamped gilt example comprising KC cypher surmounted by Prince of Wales’s plumes all resting on a tri-part scroll inscribed “Regi Adsumus coloni”. Three screw posts to reverse. (KK 1371) Eaised in 1901. (KK 1371)
    King’s Colonials gilt brass slouch hat badge. A fine die-stamped example on three loopps. Kings Crown cypher surmounted by Prince of Wales’s plumes all resting on a tri-part scroll inscribed “Regi Adsumus coloni”. (KK 1371)
    King’s Colonials rare Officer’s badge. Die-stamped gilt on copper example. Three screw posts to reverse. Traces of gilt only. (KK 1371)
    King’s Colonials scarce Boer War slouch hat badge. 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
    King’s Division, EIIR Band helmet plate. A good die-stamped example of crowned star pattern bearing laurel wreath and mounted with detachable circlet “King’s Division”; crowned cold enamelled red and white rose to centre. Two loops to centre, three to star (one AF). King’s Division Band formed 12th May 2006,
    King’s Dragoon Guards NCO’s arm badge. A good die-stamped white metal crowned KDG cypher on loops. VGC
    King’s Dragoon Guards OR’s brass cap badge circa 1896-1915. A fine die-stamped brass double headed eagle on loops. (KK 734) Eagle adopted when Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph appointed Colonel in Chief in March 1896; discontinued 1915 as
    King’s Dragoon Guards pre 1915 OR’s brass cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example complete with loop fittings. GC
    King’s Dragoon Guards pre 1915 OR’s brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider. (KK 734) Eagle adopted when Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph appointed Colonel in Chief in March 1896; discontinued 1915 as Austria was now an enemy of this country.
    King’s Dragoon Guards pre 1915 OR’s brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider. (KK 734) Eagle adopted when Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph appointed Colonel in Chief in March 1896; discontinued 1915 as Austria was now an enemy of this country.
    King’s Dragoon Guards pre 1915 OR’s cap badge. Die-stamped brass example on slider (clipped). Age patina otherwise GC (KK 734) This Austrian Eagle badge adopted was adopted in respect for HIM Emperor Franz Joseph was appointed Colonel in Chief of the Regiment in March 1896. The badge was discontinued in 1915 as Austria had became an enemy.
    King’s Dragoon Guards pre 1915 OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example, retaining loops. GC.
    King’s Dragoon Guards WW1 all brass economy cap badge circa 1916-18. A fine die-stamped example on slider. (as KK 735)
    King’s Home Service Messenger’s badge of office. A very fine and rare silver and enamel WW2 example by Garrard & Co., bearing London hallmarks for 1942. Within a green enamel oval inscribed “King’s Home Service Messenger”, HM King George VI’s Cypher on a domed silver ground. Stout pin to dished reverse which bears issue number “10”. Complete in its blue velvet and cream silk lined fitted case, the inside lid bearing details of Garrard & Co, Goldsmiths to The King. VGC King’s Messengers on overseas service wore the more familiar greyhound badge of office.
    King’s Liverpool Regiment anodised cap / beret badge circa 1953-58 by Firmin, London A good example on slider. Amalgamated with The Manchester Regiment in 1958.
    King’s Liverpool Regiment anodised cap badge circa 1953-58 by Dowler, Birmingham
    King’s Own 1st Staffordshire Militia Officer’s “Albert” shako plate circa 1844-55. A very fine and rare example. Silvered eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown. Mounted on the star, a circlet inscribed “Windsor 1798 to 1812”; within the circlet, Windsor Castle with scroll above inscribed “Georgio III Regnante” all in silver on a burnished silver ground. Beneath the circlet, a scroll inscribed “Kings Own Stafford Mila.” with the Stafford Knot below resting on the lowest point of the star. Retains both original horizontal loops to reverse and both pairs of securing wires behind the crown. Minor age patination. VGC (KK 1227)
    King’s Own anodised cap badge. A good example complete with slider. Made by J.R. Gaunt London VGC
    King’s Own Malta Regiment scarce WW2 plastic cap badge. A good scarce example by A.Stanley & Sons, Walsall. Blades to reverse. VGC The date MDCCC (1800) was permitted to be borne by the Royal Malta Militia by HM Queen Victoria in 1889 “...as a distinction in commemoration of the services of the Malta Militia during the Siege of Valetta.” This honour was once again authorised to the King’s Own Malta Regiment, the Militia’s successor, in 1924.
    King’s own Norfolk Imperial Yeomanry OR’s helmet. A fine Edward VII period example of the trooper’s helmet. Black patent leather skull, mounted with gilt metal laurel leaf band decoration. To the front, a regimental pattern helmet plate comprising a Crowned EVIIR cypher within a laurel wreath. A tri-part title scroll King’s Own Norfolk Impl Yeomy, to the base of the wreath. A fluted spike supports a saffron yellow horse hair plume, with rose head boss. Two rose head bosses support a interlinked brass chin chain with leather backing. The interior is with leather lining. A good clean example. GC
    King’s Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster) Silver Officer's Cap Badge. A good die-cast unmarked example on loops.
    King’s Own Royal Regiment cloth pagri badge. Red horizontal rectangle bearing white heavily embroidered Lion with “The King’s Own” above; white on scarlet rectangle. Some moth holes.
    King’s Own Royal Regiment WW2 plastic economy cap badge by Fraser and Glass Scarce example retains both brass blades. Some distortion. (KK 2211)
    King’s Own Scottish Borderers Officer’s shoulder belt plate A good post war King’s Crown silver and gilt example. Two hooks and two studs to the reverse GC
    King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry OR’s “Smasher hat” badge. A fine KOYLI die-stamped bi-metal example on loops. (KK 669)
    King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry scarce WW2 economy plastic KOYLI cap badge. A fine example on blades. (KK 2248)
    King’s Royal Rifle Corps Victorian OR\'s glengarry badge circa 1881-96. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on loops.
    King’s Royal Rifle Corps Militia cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good scarce die-stamped blackened brass example on loops. Worn by 5th Bn (late Huntingdon Militia Rifles), 6th (late Welsh R. Flint Rifles), 7th (late 2nd Middx R. Edmonton Militia), 8th (late Carlow Rifles Irish Militia) and 9th (late North Cork Militia Rifles) Battalions KRRC.
    King’s Royal Rifle Corps Officer’s 1918 hallmarked silver pouch belt plate. A fine die-stamped example by J & Co. (Jennens) bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Maltese cross surmounted by a Victorian Crown resting on a tablet inscribed “Peninsula”. To the centre, within a circlet inscribed “The King’s Royal Rifle Corps” a strung bugle with “60” between the strings. The arms of the cross each bear four battle honours, “Toulouse” being the last. Four screw posts to reverse. Complete with backing plate. Cross surmounting orb absent otherwise very good condition.
    King’s Royal Rifle Corps post 1881 OR’s glengarry badge. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on loops.
    King’s Royal Rifle Corps rare post 1953 plastic cap badge. Queen’s Crown example. GC fittings absent. (KK 2012)
    King’s Royal Rifle Corps Victorian glengarry badge circa 1881-96. A good die-stamped example of blackened brass. Red felt centre secured with blades Retaining both loops. GC.
    King’s Royal Rifle Corps Victorian KRRC OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good die-stamped blackened brass on loops; red felt backing cloth. (KK 673)
    King’s Royal Rifle Corps Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1881-96.. A good die-stamped blackened brass example on toned loops.
    King’s Royal Rifle Corps Victorian post 1881 glengarry badge. A good OR’s die-stamped blackened brass example. Maltese cross surmounted by a Crown resting on a scroll inscribed “Celer et Audax”. On the cross, a circlet inscribed “The King’s Royal Rifle Corps”, to the centre a strung bugle; the arms of the cross bearing battle honours. Two loops to reverse. VGC
    King’s School Canterbury OTC brass cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example complete with slider VGC
    King’s School, Bruton rare OTC cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example retaining slider. Good condition (KK 2595)
    Kitchener's Army Scottish WW1 2nd pattern glengarry badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on original stout brooch pin. Lion with both hind legs on the tower. Introduced early 1915.
    Kitchener’s Horse Boer War slouch hat badge circa 1900-02. A fine scarce sheet brass example on original wire loops. Coroneted KHK cypher. (see Owen 1696) Raised in January 1900 at the Cape for service in the Boer War throughout which they saw much action including Paardeberg. Disbanded January 1902
    Korean War Period Royal Marines Colour Sergeant’s Uniform A good post 1953 example, dark blue single breasted high collar tunic, with Royal Marine anodised collar badges and buttons. Gilt bullion Sergeant chevrons surmounted by a Queen's Crown bullion embroidery Colour Sergeant arm badge. The left breast with medal ribbons of the NGS, Queens Korea medal and UN Korea Medal. .... Accompanied by dark blue overall trousers with scarlet line. Near VGC.
    KOYLI (King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry) Officer's cap badge. A fine blackened French horn with silver rose to centre, on blades.
    KOYLI Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Cap Badge by Dowler Birmingham A fine scarce die-stamped white metal example on slider
    KOYLI Kings Own Yorkshire Light Interest / Shanghai Defence Force Interest. This being the uniform of Lt. Col James Arthur Jervois DSO MC, who in 1927 was appointed Deputy Assistant Provost Marshal of the Shanghai Defence Force. The tunic is the 1916 pattern shoulder rank, to the left breast medal ribbons of the DSO, MC, 1914/15 Star, BWM, VM, MID, GSM. Complete with Regimental collar badges and buttons. Both tunic and trousers with tailor's label with ink name, this with the rank of Captain. Both items in very good clean condition. Lt, Col James Arthur Jervois DSO MC landed in France with the 1st Bn on the 10th May 1916, with the rank of Captain. By the end of the war he had been appointed an Acting Lt Col and had been awarded the DSO and MC. Remaining with the REgiment after the war, he reverted to the rank of Captain and served in Cologne and gained the GSM for service in Iraq. In 1927 he was appointed Deputy Assistant Provost Marshal of the Shanghai Defence Force, his papers held by the Imperial War Museum. He remained with the Reeiment during WW2 once again attaining the rank of Lt, Col.
    KRRC rare small King's Crown cap badge circa 1901-05. Die-stamped blackened brass. Brooched otherwise GC (KK 674)
    KS / C (King’s School, Chester) scarce brass shoulder title.
    KT 21 pair of WW2 (Tonbridge) Kent Home Guard designations A good printed pair removed from uniform. Commanded by Lt. Col. E.K.B. Peck MC
    Lagos Town Council Hippo Cap Badge. A gilt brass die stamped example, with loops GC.
    Lanarkshire Yeomamry Officers ca bagde,
    Lanarkshire Yeomanry Officers cap badge A good well die-cast example on replacement blades
    Lancashire Fusiliers facing Officer's collar badges. Fine die-cast gilt flaming grenades with silver plated mounts, on loops. Have been worn as a pair hover one mount secured with screw post the other with wires.
    Lancashire Fusiliers Officer's silver and gilt cap badge. A good die-cast example with two loops to reverse. GC
    Lancashire Fusiliers rare anodised cap badge by H.W. Timings B’ham circa 1953-68.. Fine example on slider with minor service wear.
    Lancashire Fusiliers scarce WW2 plastic economy cap badge by F & G (Fraser & Glass) A good example retaining one of two blades.
    Lancashire Fusiliers scarce WW2 plastic economy cap badge by F & G (Fraser & Glass) A good example retaining one of two blades. Remains flat good shape
    Lancashire Hussars Other Ranks Cap badge A good example retaining original slider. GC
    Lancashire Hussars post 1908 Yeomanry cap badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on slider with crease line. Rose on title scroll. After the Great War converted to artillery as 106th (Lancashire Yeomanry) Army Field Brigade RA
    Lancashire Special Constabulary Group Leader Medal. A good George VI example awarded to \"Group Ldr Thomas Leeming\". Complete with Long Service 1948 Clasp and original named box of issue. The box with the additional inscription of \"36 Park Road Adlington\". The medal is believed to have been awarded to former Sergeant T. Leeming of the 1/5th Lancashire Fusiliers who was awarded the DCM for gallantry during the German Spring Offensive of March 1918. The London Gazette confirms his home town as Adlington.
    LANCASTER rare Boer War King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment brass shoulder title. An excellent curved example on loops.
    LANGEMARCK WW2 SS Cuff title removed from uniform. A rare BeVo example removed from uniform. Service wear, one end shortened for wear, the other with "BEVO-WUPPERTAL" logo. Provenance Soldiers war booty tin ...
    Late Victorian Cavalry Trumpeter\'s bullion arm badge. A fine example on black cloth ground. Some mothing to backing cloth.
    Late Victorian padded bullion chevrons. Four gold lace padded chevrons on scarlet ground as worn on the lower forearm by sergeant majors, quartermasters etc , some with additional device above. A little service wear
    Late WW2 Cold War Period Royal Air Force Aircrew Logs. Compiled by Flight Lieutenant G.R.Robson who flew over 3,250 hours. Compiled by Flight Lieutenant G.R.Robson who flew over 3,250 hours. The logs cover a period of January 1944 until February 1965. Originally trained as a Wireless Operator, he saw service on Sunderland Flying Boats, plus other types, before converting as a crewman on Whirlwind helicopters. The log records a number of Search & Rescue “Ops” with 202 Squadron, including 30/9/64 “Ops Ejected From JP (Jet Provest) Crailing 2 pilots rescued” The record is compiled in two logs. GC some service wear.
    Late WW2 Korean War Aircrew Silk Escape Map. A scarce double sided colour printed silk escape map of Korea Maps 44/s & 44R. Unissued condition. Printed September 1945.
    Late WW2 period 1st Glider Pilot wing / Army Flying Badge / Wing. Small embroidered example in excellent condition.
    Late WW2 period 1st Glider Pilot wing / Army Flying Badge. A fine and scarce small flat embroidered example. 102 mm wide. VGC
    Late WW2 period cloth parachute qualification wing. A good padded example, retaining with cloth backing. Removed from uniform. GC
    Late WW2 Period Parachute Regiment Sleeve Badges. This combination appears to have been worn together. Comprising: Embroidered shoulder title. .... Parachute Qualification Wings. .... Printed Pegasus formation sign. Overall GC matching wear. Have been worn
    Lawyers’ Artillery rare Georgian Irish Volunteer Officer’s gilt coatee button. Flat back by I. Lloyd, Dublin. Shank to reverse. A little wear to gilt, generally VGC Raised 1794
    LDV (Local Defence Volunteers) WW2 1940 slip-on shoulder title. Black embroidered on khaki complete with securing tape to reverse. The Local Defence Volunteers were in being from May to July 1940. On 31st July 1940 the name changed to the Home Guard.
    LDV attributed WW2 armband. A good clean worn example worn by Cpl. H. Willcock (Warrington HG), formerly Tank Corps. The Local Defence Volunteers were in being from May to July 1940. On 31st July 1940 the name changed to the Home Guard.
    LDV WW2 Local Defence Volunteers cloth armband A good white cotton example with black stenciled LDV. Some service wear. The Local Defence Volunteers were in being from May to July 1940. On 31st July 1940 the name changed to the Home Guard.
    LEEDS / W.YORK WW1 Kitchener\'s Army “Leeds Pals” brass title. A good example on loops. Worn by 15th (Service) Bn (1st Leeds) raised September 1914 and 17th (Service) Bn (2nd Leeds) raised December 1914.
    Leeds Pals WW1 Kitchener's Army brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops.
    Leeds Pals WW1 Kitchener’s Army brass cap badge. Die-stamped. Two loops to reverse. Very good condition. (KK 1147) 15th (1st Leeds) and 17th (2nd Leeds) Service Bns. of West Yorkshire raised in answer to Kitchener’s call in 1914
    Leeds Rifles Royal Ancient Order of Buffaloes Lodge Medal. This Buffalo medal depicts the badge of the Leeds Rifles and Lodge number 9287. The reverse is engraved Bro Eric Gorman. Minor age wear
    Leicestershire & Derbyshire EIIR bi-metal cap badge by JR Gaunt, London circa 1957-63.. A good die-stamped example on slider. (KK 2341)
    Leicestershire Militia Officer’s shako plate circa 1869-78. A very fine and scarce example. Within a silver Crowned wreath, a pierced circlet inscribed “Leicestershire Militia” with VR Cypher to centre. Reverse retains both original loops. VGC
    Leicestershire Regiment 1916 all brass economy cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider (clipped).
    Leicestershire Regiment 1916 all brass economy cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider (clipped).
    Leicestershire Regiment Bandsman’s card case badge. Brass Royal Tiger over “XVII” on old replacement loops
    Leicestershire Regiment OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A good scarce die-stamped brass example. Within a Crowned laurel edged circlet inscribed “Leicestershire Regiment”, The Royal Tiger surmounted by “Hindostan” scroll. Replacement loops East and West otherwise generally VGC.
    Leicestershire Regiment post 1881 Officer’s forage cap badge. A very fine and scarce large example. Die-cast gilt star mounted with silver “Hindoostan” scroll, Royal Tiger, Harp and “Leicestershire Regiment” scroll. Original stout brooch pin to reverse. VGC
    Leicestershire Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped brass example. Royal Tiger surmounted by “Hindostan” scroll within circlet inscribed “Leicestershire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. Good condition. (KK 306)
    Leicestershire Regiment WW1 / WW2 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
    Leicestershire Regiment WW1 all brass economy cap badge circa 1916-18. A good die-stamped example on slider.
    Leicestershire Regiment WW2 era cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider with a little verdigris.
    Leicestershire Regiment WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A good example with blades. GC. Slightly bent forward.
    LEICESTERSHIRE WW2 Liecestershire Regiment Printed Cloth Shoulder Title. A fine unissued example.
    LEICESTERSHIRE WW2 printed shoulder title. Slight service wear.
    Leicestershire Yeomanry (Prince Albert\'s Own) cap badge circa 1908-15. A fine die-stamped brass example on slider. (KK 1422)
    LEINSTER scarce pre 1922 Officer\'s brass Irish shoulder title. A good toned example on flat style loops. (See Westlake 1420)
    Lewis Gunner WW1 sleeve badge Good cloth embroidered example
    Lewisham Defence League WW1 VTC enamelled mufti badge by Vaughton Ltd. Birm A good blue enamel title circlet with enamel Borough Arms to centre. Buttonhole fitting. Light graze to blue ring
    Leys School (Cambridge) OTC bronze cap badge. A good scarce die-cast example on flat loops by Thomas Fattorini, Birmingham. (KK 2607)
    Liberian Frontier Force post 1908 die-stamped brass cap badge. A fine scare example on loops, red felt backing..
    Life Guard OR\'s 1871 pattern helmet. A good GVIR example, the nickel skull with bi-metal King’s Crown helmet plate to front. To each side, a brass rose-head boss supports the leather backed chinchain. A nickel plume holder (now with a slight dent) supports the white horsehair plume with silvered dome button pattern boss. Complete with its original leather lining. Usual service wear otherwise good condition
    Life Guards Officer's Pouch.
    Life Guards Victorian Officer’s waist belt plate A superb and very fine example comprising a seeded gilt rectangular plate, mounted with the Collar of the Order of the Garter, surmounted by a Crown. Mounted on the Collar, a silver Garter Star, the Garter pierced and set on a blue enamel ground, the central Cross of St.George in red translucent enamel. On either side of the collar the letters “L.G.” reversed and intertwined. Below the letters, a scroll upon a twig of laurel on one side inscribed “Peninsula”, on the other “Waterloo”. Fixed belt loop present, detachable belt loop now absent. Minor blemish to red enamel VGC
    Light Infantry Campaign Service Medal “Northern Ireland” A good example awarded to “24219693 Pte M. Keene LI” GC
    Light Infantry cord boss with plume boss with plume worn on rifles sealskin busby A fine black oval cord boss mounted with silvered strung bugle; fitted with black two tier plume.
    LINCOLN WW2 Lincolnshire Regiment Printed Cloth Shoulder Title. A fine unissued example
    Lincolnshire Constabulary King's crown police night helmet plate A good example on three loops.
    Lincolnshire Regiment Boer War Group of Three Medals. This is an interesting Regimental Group comprising: Queens South Africa Medal, three clasps Cape Coloney, Orange Free State, Transvaal, Kings South Africa Medal, clasps South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902. These two medals are RENAMED 6027 PTE J.H. FRANCE 2ND LINCOLNS. Accompanied by a St.John Ambulance Long Service Medal corretly named 14924 J.H. FRANCE BOTHAL DIV NO.6 DIS S.J.A.B 1936. Medals loose. 6027 Private Joseph Hamilton France did serve with the Lincolnshire Regiment, he enlisted on the 15th November 1901 and on the 13th October 1902 was posted with the Regiment to India, he did not see service in South Africa. He remained in India until 23rd March 1904 when he was found medically unfit for further service and was invalided home and discharged on the 26th April 1904. Bothal is a village in Northumberland,
    Lincolnshire Regiment cloth formation sign. Red X embroidered on navy felt disc. Remove from uniform , edges a little tatty. Prior to 1st July 1881, The Lincolnshire Regiment had been the 10th Foot, hence the use of the Roman numeral “X”
    Lincolnshire Regiment OSD bronze cap badge. A fine die-stamped superior quality example on blades. Star mounted with pierced title circlet and Sphinx on Egypt tablet.
    Lincolnshire Regiment pair of cloth formation signs. Red X embroidered on navy felt disc. Removed from uniform, service wear. Prior to 1st July 1881, The Lincolnshire Regiment had been the 10th Foot, hence the use of the Roman numeral “X”
    Lincolnshire Regiment post 1881 helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on two of four loops
    Lincolnshire Regiment WW1 / WW2 Officer's Bronze OSD cap badge. A good die-cast example with mounted centre, blades now absent.
    Lincolnshire Special Constabulary cap badge. Chrome & enamel Fixing: Slider Condition: GC
    Lincolnshire Yeomanry post 1908 brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on slider. (KK 1483)
    Lincolnshire Yeomanry post 1908 OR's bronze cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on slider. (KK 1483)
    Lion Div Badge
    Lion's head boss from Rifles / Light Infantry Officer's pouch belt plate. A good silver plated example. Circular boss with raised floral border mounted with lion's mask, a loose ring in his jaws from which to attach whistle chains. Two screww posts to the reverse.
    LIVERPOOL / 3 / VOLUNTEER GUARD WW1 VTC shoulder title. A rare die-stamped bronze example on loops following the design of the City Battalion titles. One loop bent, old varnish.
    LIVERPOOL / T / CAMERONS / SCOTTISH post 1937 brass shoulder title. A good example on four loops. (Westlake 1391)
    LIVERPOOL / T / CAMERONS / SCOTTISH post 1937 brass shoulder title. Good example on four loops
    Liverpool College CCF brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops.Minor spots of verdigris to reverse otherwise excellent
    Liverpool College CCF brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops.
    Liverpool Irish rare Victorian Sergeant’s pouch belt plate. A good die-stamped white metal example. Crowned shamrock wreath resting on a scroll inscribed “Erin go Bragh”. Within the wreath, a disc bearing IRV, below the disc, a harp. Two screw posts to reverse. Initially the 64th (Liverpool Irish) Rifle Volunteers based at 9 Everton Crescent, Liverpool. redesignated 18th (Liverpool Irish) Rifle Volunteer Corps in 1880, and the 5th (Irish) Volunteer Battalion, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment) in 1888. 450
    Liverpool Pals rare 1914 Chester hallmarked silver cap badge by Elkington & Co.. A splendid die-cast example being the crest of Lord Derby on loops with original silver / silver coloured split pin. Bears old parchment label with ink "Badge - his crest- given, by Lord Derby to the L'pool City Battalion (4) - 1914". (KK 1146) With the approval of HM The King, one of these (usually HM London) were presented by Lord Derby to each man who joined before 16th October 1914
    Liverpool Regiment Great War Pair of Medals. Awarded to "307067 Pte. W. Mullin L'Pool R.” Medal Index Card confirms not entitled to a Star. Also served with the South Lancashire Regiment. Condition: GC
    Liverpool Regiment India General Service Medal. Bearing the clasp “Afghanistan NWF 1919”. GC. Awarded to “64655 Pte. T.A. Cragg L’pool R.” Pte Thomas A Cragg served in India and received the BWM and IGS Only
    Liverpool Scottish fine rare Piper’s badge. Fine die-stamped white metal crowned thistle wreath superimposed on a saltire mounted with White Horse on a scroll inscribed “King’s”. Original stout pin replaced with loop, hook acts as other loop. (KK 1707)
    Liverpool Scottish, The Queen\'s Own Cameron Highlanders post 1937 glengarry badge by JR Gaunt, London. A good die-stamped white metal example on loops; faint maker\'s details to reverse.
    Liverpool Special Constabulary WW2 police lapel badge by Thomas Fattorini. A fine chrome and enamel example on buttonhole / lapel fitting.
    Liverpool Volunteer Infantry Brigade Bearer Company Edwardian helmet plate. A very fine and rare die-stamped white metal example of universal crowned star pattern bearing laurel wreath and circlet inscribed “ I.B. Bearer Company (Vol) Liverpool”; centre with voided Geneva Cross with red felt backing. Three loops to reverse. VGC (KK 1019) Commanded by Surgeon-Captain D. Smart. HQ 74 Hartingdon Road, Sefton Park, Liverpool.
    Local Companies of Militia Victorian glengarry badge. Fine die-stamped brass star bearing “Local Companies” circlet with crown to lined centre on loops. General pattern worn by several Australian, New Zealand etc. units without their own insignia.
    LON / 23 WW2 Home Guard London (Deptford) Printed Titles. A very good uncut pair. VGC.
    LON / 38 (County of London) WW2 Home Guard printed designation. A scarce two piece examplle sen togeher and removed from uniform. Minor service wear. Great Western Railway unit based at Paddington commanded by Lt.Col. GH Hemmen
    London Fire Brigade Cap Badge A good clean example. GC.
    LONDON IRISH embroidered shoulder title. Black on green Condition: VGC
    London Irish Rifles cap badge. A good die-stamped blackened brass example with solid strings on slider. Slight service wear
    LONDON IRISH RIFLES cloth shoulder title Golden yellow sans serif letters embroidered on dark green.
    London Irish Rifles post 1953 silver pouch belt plate. A fine example on three screw posts. Silver crowned shamrock wreath with Harp over ''South Africa 1900-02'' scroll centrally mounted to backing plate. Reverse impressed "silver"
    London Irish Rifles Victorian Officer’s pouch belt plate. A very fine and scarce silvered example. Within a Crowned shamrock wreath, an applied Harp on a green velvet ground. Three screw posts to reverse. VGC (velvet renewed at some point in its history) Designed by one of the founder members of the Corps, Samuel Lover, an Irish poet and author.
    London Irish Rifles Victorian Officer’s waist belt clasp. A very fine and rare silvered example. Circlet inscribed “Irish Volunteers” and ornamented with shamrock; seeded centre mounted with Crowned Harp. The belt loop ends ornamented with Shamrocks. Very good condition.
    London Rifle Brigade Cadets blackened brass cap badge. A good die-cast original example of this much reproduced badge. Please note voided between city shield and “Cadets” scroll. Two loops to reverse. Minor service wear. GC
    London Rifle Brigade Victorian Officer\'s shako plate. A fine die-stamped blackened brass example of crowned star pattern mounted with silvered oak wreath with crossed sword and sceptre. To the centre, within a strap inscribed “London Rifle Brigade”, the shield from the Royal Arms; below the wreath, a scroll inscribed “Ich Dien” with shield from the City of London Arms below. Two loops to reverse. VGC
    London Rifle Brigade Victorian Volunteer Long Service & Good Conduct Medal This example was awarded to “No1552 Col Sergt J. C Tilt G. Coy London Rifle Brigade”. Near VGC.
    London Rifle Brigade WW1 OR's cap badge. A fine die-stamped white metal example on slider.
    London Rifle Brigade WW2 OR's cap badge. A fine die-stamped white metal example on slider.
    London Rifle Brigade WW2 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
    London Rifle Brigade WW2 patterm Other Ranks Field Service Side Cap. A good example of green cloth retaining die-stamped white metal field service cap badge and two horn regimental pattern small size cap buttons Slightly at fault). The interior with part paper issue label. Minor minor service and age wear.
    London Scottish NCO’s plaid brooch. A fine silver plated example by Morton, 223 Oxford St. Plain burnished quoit mounted with thistle wreath secured with ornate wing nuts. To the centre, a Lion Rampant; across the base of the wreath a scroll inscribed “LSRV”. Stout pin to reverse. See “The Uniform of the London Scottish 1859-1959” by Robson, page 31
    London Scottish Officer’s 1886 Edinburgh hallmarked silver plaid brooch. A splendid and very scarce example by R & HB Kirkwood, 66 & 68 Thistle St. Edinburgh made the year of its inception. Plain burnished silver quoit mounted with thistle wreath and surmounted by a Crown with the Cross extending beyond the top of the quoit. To the centre, a Lion Rampant; below the wreath, a scroll inscribed “The London Scottish”. Stout pin to reverse. Very good condition
    London Scottish silver plaid brooch. A good example with plated mounts. Plain burnished quoit mounted with thistle wreath. To the centre, a Lion Rampant; across the base of the wreath a scroll inscribed “London Scottish”. Stout pin to reverse which is impressed “Sterling”. Old repair to hook. GC
    London Scottish Volunteers brown leather belt A good example of the Rifle pattern Slade Walace pattern belt, with slighty crude die-cast nickel interlocking buckle. Near VGC.
    London St. James Division Metropolitan Police constable’s helmet plate. A good scarce pre 1935 blackened example with white metal “C 570”. Three Loops to the reverse.
    London Transport Home Guard mufti badge A good rare example, retaining buttonhole fitting to the reverse. Makers stamp of "J.R. Gaunt London". GC As 225 in “In the space of a single day” Insignia and Uniforms of the LDV and Home Guard by Mills & Carney.
    LONDON WELSH rare 99th AA Regt. RA WW2 shoulder title. Good bullion embroidered on black example Worn by 99th AA Regt. RA raised in 1939 by Welshmen in London. HQ at Inverna Gardens, Kensington.
    London. Southfields Defence Force WW1 lapel badge. Crossed rifles surmounted by blue enamel horseshoe scroll “Southfields”. Enamel scrolls below “Defence Force” with oval tablet “1914” below. Buttonhole fixing to reverse. Good condition
    Long Range Desert Group scarce WW2 brass cap badge. A fine example on loops. Scorpion with dished reverse. Minor service wear. GC (KK 2067) Formed by Major Ralph Bagnold in June/July 1940. Its last operation finished on 12th May 1945 and shortly afterwards the LRDG was disbanded. See “Some Talk of Private Armies” by Len Whittaker, Item 4
    Long Range Desert Group scarce WW2 brass cap badge. A good and rare example, retaining loop fittings. GC. See “Some Talk of Private Armies” by Len Whittaker, Item 4. Formed by Major Ralph Bagnold in June/July 1940. Its last operation finished on 12th May 1945
    Longford Light Infantry Irish Militia pre 1881 glengarry badge. A good scarce OR’s die-stamped blackened brass Prince of Wales' plumes resting in a strung bugle. Two loops to reverse. Good condition (KK 1289) Raised in 1793 at Newtown Forbes as Prince of Wales' Royal Longford Militia; redesignated Rifles in 1854 and as Light Infantry in 1855; became 6th Bn. Rifle Brigade on Friday 1st July 1881.
    Lord Nelson Flagship Copper Medallion. This medallion is struck from copper of HMS Foudroyant Flag Ship of Lord Nelson, which was launched in 1798 and sank in 1897 of Blackpool. The reverse of the medallion shows the ship with embossed details. The front with a head and shoulder portrait of Lord Nelson wearing Naval uniform. Contained in original leather and velvet lined case Near VGC.
    Lord Nelson Portsmouth Navy Week Medallion. This alloy medallion is embossed with the head and shoulders of Lord Nelson to the obverse. The reverse embossed with his Flag Ship HMS Victory. Condition: GC
    Lord Nelson Royal Navy Davison’s Nile Medal in Bronze. A rare example of the medal that commemorates Lord Nelson’s victory on the mouth of the Nile on the 1st August 1798. The obverse is a portraite of Horatio Lord Nelson Rear Admiral The Red. The reverse depicts a seated figure watching the great sea battle, also with text describing the action. GC polished, with surface age marks. The Bronze Medal was presented to Ratings that had served at the great sea battle.
    Lothians & Berwick Yeomanry Cavalry Officer’s scarlet Frock Tunic. A scarce late Victorian Frock tunic tailored in the Norfolk jacket style. Scarlet woolen cloth, with dark blue facings to the shoulder straps and collar. The latter with gold bullion wheatsheaf regimental badges. Retaining regimental gilt buttons and Second Lieutenant rank stars. Cotton lining to the interior. Scarlet remains fresh and bright, one small area of moth to the collar. GC
    Lothians & Border Horse Officer's Bullion Cap Badge. A good scarce padded example retaining black cloth backing.
    Lovat Scouts Imperial Yeomanry brass badge. Non voided. Fixing: Loops Condition: GC
    Loyal Chelmsford Volunteers rare Georgian Officer’s shoulder belt plate circa 1798-1808. A good example comprising a burnished gilt oval plate inscribed with Crowned GR Cypher within the legend “Loyal Chelmsford Volunteers”. Reverse retains original fixings comprising single hook and two studs. Gilt worn otherwise GC The 1801 list shows this Essex unit to have only three Officers : Captain Thomas Frost Gepp, First Lieutenant John Oxley Parker and Second Lieutenant George Welsh. All were commissioned upon the unit’s formation on 26th April 1798. The unit’s agent was Mr.Dickson of Bateman’s Buildings, Soho.
    Loyal Newport Volunteers (Isle of Wight) Offiicer’s gilt open back coatee button circa 1803-08. A fine rare example. no backmark. Complete with shank to reverse. Good condition.
    Loyal North Lancashire Regiment Cap Badge. A good die-stamped bimetal example on loops. Provenance Soldiers war booty tin
    Loyal North Lancashire Regiment OR’s helmet plate centre circa 1902-14. A fine scarce die-stamped brass example, Rose surmounted by Royal Crest within circlet inscribed “Loyal North Lancashire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. Very good condition. (KK 403)
    Loyal North Lancashire Regiment OR’s helmet plate centre circa 1902-14. A fine scarce die-stamped brass example, Rose surmounted by Royal Crest within circlet inscribed “Loyal North Lancashire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. (KK 403)
    Loyal North Lancashire Regiment VB cap badge circa 1902-08. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example, retaining loops. GC.
    Loyal North Lancashire Regiment Victorian OR’s cap badge circa 1896-1901. A good die-stamped bi-metal example. Two loops to reverse. Light surface verdigris in places. GC (KK 663)
    Loyal Nottingham Volunteers Offiicer’s plated open back coatee button circa 1794-1808 Complete with shank GC
    Loyal Suffolk Hussars Cap Badge by J.R. Gaunt, London A fine die stamped example with maker's name to the slider.
    Loyal Suffolk Hussars Great War Officer’s cap. A good example, complete with OSD cap badge and correct thin leather chin strap. The chin strap secured by plain bronze buttons, typical to Yeomanry regiments at this time. The interior with leather sweatband. Good clean condition. Evidence of possibly another badge having been worn, however the Suffolk Cap badge appears to be contempory. GC.
    Luss Detachment, 1st Dumbarton Home Guard WW2 formation sign. A good printed example. Removed from uniform. GC See 173 in “In the space of a single day” Insignia and Uniforms of the LDV and Home Guard by Mills & Carney.
    M.C.S. / C / BRACKLEY scarce brass shoulder title. A good example on loops
    Machine Gun Corps 1917 hallmarked silver Officer’s cap badge by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, 112 Regent Street . A very fine and scarce Birmingham hallmarked half size example on three of four flat loops. Crowned crossed Vickers machine guns bent to shape of cap. An excellent example.
    Machine Gun Corps Officer’s 1917 hallmarked silver cap badge. A very fine small size example by B & P (Bent & Parker), retailed through the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. 112 Regent St. W and bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Four flat loops to reverse. Excellent condition. (32 mm high)
    Machine Gun Guards Officer’s 1916 hallmarked silver and enamel cap badge. A fine rare example by J & Co. (Jennens) bearing Birmingham hallmarks on both the reverse of the star and the backing plate. Cut silver five pointed star with pierced circlet inscribed “Quinque juncta in uno 1916” on a blue enamel ground. To the centre a crowned GMG cypher on a red translucent enamel ground. The principal points of the star in the form of a bullet, between the bullets, the grenade, Rose, Thistle, Shamrock and Leek. Two stout loops to reverse. (see KK 923) Redesignated 8th May 1918 as Guards Machine Gun Regiment
    Machine Gun Guards Officer’s 1917 hallmarked silver and enamel cap badge. A fine rare example by J & Co. (Jennens) bearing Birmingham hallmarks on both the reverse of the star and the backing plate. Cut silver five pointed star with pierced circlet inscribed “Quinque juncta in uno 1916” on a blue enamel ground. To the centre a crowned GMG cypher on a red translucent enamel ground. The principal points of the star in the form of a bullet, between the bullets, the grenade, Rose, Thistle, Shamrock and Leek. Brooched. Slight damage to blue enamel. (see KK 923) Redesignated 8th May 1918 as Guards Machine Gun Regiment
    Machine Gun Guards white metal OR’s cap star circa 1917-18. A good die stamped example on slider
    Machine Gun Guards WW1 OR's cap badge circa 1916-18. A good scarce die-stamped white metal example on slider. Five pointed star with circlet inscribed “Quinque juncta in uno 1916”. To the centre a crowned GMG cypher; the principal points of the star in the form of a bullet, between the bullets, the grenade, Rose, Thistle, Shamrock and Leek. (KK 923). Very slight service wear. Redesignated 8th May 1918 as Guards Machine Gun Regiment
    Machine Gunner WW1 sleeve badge Good cloth embroidered example
    Maidenhead Post Office Engineering Officers Imperial Service Medal & Case. A good example of a George V Imperial Service Medal, awarded to William James Veneer. Complete with original case GC. William James Veneer was awarded the Imperial Service Medal in 1937. He was a Skilled workman Class II Post Office Engineering Department Madenhead.
    Maidstone Grammar School OTC scarce brass cap badge. Die-stamped. Loops. Highpoints polished. Mentioned in KK but not shown.
    Major General’s pair of shoulder cords for scarlet uniform. A fine and scarce pair of plaited gold wire basket cord with small gold gimp down the centre. Each bearing silver bullion crossed sword and baton and Bath star. Red melton cloth underside, with brass attachment clip. GC.
    Malacca Volunteer Corps post 1922 Cap Badge by Firmin, London. A good scarce die-stamped brass example on slider which bears curved maker's details. (Cox 1028) Malacca Volunteer Rifles became Volunteer Corps in 1922.
    Malay Regiment post 1933 gilt Officer's cap badge. A fine die-cast gilt example on loops.
    Malay States Volunteer Rifles post 1915 OR’s white metal cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped British made example on slider. (Cox 1030)
    Malaya Federation Engineers brass cap badge. A good scarce example on loops
    Malaya. Kelantan Volunteer Force rare 1935 brass headdress badge. Locally cast example on loops (possibly replacements)
    Malaya. Penang Volunteers helmet badge circa 1902-21 A fine and scarce British made die-stamped brass example on long loops. Crowned rope edged strap “Penang Volunteers” with white metal Prince of Wales’s plumes to voided centre. Formed in 1861. Amalgamated with Province Wellesley Volunteer Rifles in 1921 to become Penang & Province Wellesley Volunteer Corps.
    Malayan Scouts / 22 Special Air Force SAS parachute wings. Fine scarce padded embroidered example with hessian backing.
    Malayan Scouts / 22 Special Air Force SAS parachute wings. Fine scarce padded embroidered example with hessian backing.
    Malayan Volunteer Infantry brass glengarry badge circa 1915-36. Well cast example on broad slider which has some verdigris.
    Malayan. Federation Armoured Car Regiment cap badge circa 1952-60 A fine scarce bi-metal example on loops. Formed 1st September 1952 and affiliated to 13th/18th Royal Hussars.Merged with Federation Regiment 1st January 1960 to form the Federation Reconnaissance Corps.
    Malaysian National Service Home Guard badge Scarce die-cast example on loops (one cracked). Laurel wreath enclosing strap inscribed “Jawatan Perkhidmatan”, within the strap the Malaysian flag. Above the strap, joining the tops of the wreath, a scroll inscribed “National Service”, below the wreath a scroll inscribed “Home Guard”. Service wear.
    Malta Artillery scarce WW2 plastic economy cap badge by A. Stanley & Sons, Walsall A rare example on original brass blades. Reverse in relief “This badge maybe hand bent in hot water”. Authorised 21st November 1942
    Malta Mobile Units Royal Artillery formation sign. Silver rimmed Maltese cross, half red, half blue printed on black square. Condition: Unissued, VGC
    Malta Police headdress badge. White metal. Malta Police originally founded in 1814. Fixing: Loops Condition: VGC
    Manchester Grammar School OTC scarce bronze brass cap badge. Good die-stamped owl on branch; on loops
    Manchester Regiment non-voided Cap Badge Scarce bi-metal example on slider
    Manchester Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A fine die-stamped brass example. Arms of Manchester within circlet inscribed “Manchester” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. Pristine. (KK 347)
    Manchester Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped brass example with four loops to reverse (one bent). Generally very good. (KK 347)
    Manchester Regiment post 1923 Regimental Police armband. A scarce example in good condition.
    Manchester Regiment rare Warrant Officer’s 1881-84 bi-metal cap badge. A fine die-stamped example. Sphinx on “Egypt” tablet resting on scroll inscribed “The Manchester Regiment”. Two loops to reverse. Very good condition. See "Military Badge Collecting" by John Gaylor.
    Manchester Regiment unusual post 1902 OSD bronze cap badge. A good die-cast example, smaller than usual, retaining one of two blades. Reverse appears to JR Gaunt plaque applied with text side applied to reverse !
    Manchester Regiment Warrant Officer’s rare 1881-84 cap badge. A fine good die-stamped bi-metal example, the loops replaced with a slider. (Please note lead filled pinhole each end of scroll.)
    Manchester Regiment WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A good scarce example by A. Stanley & Sons, Walsall with two blades to reverse.
    Manchester Regt pre 1923 White Metal cap badge Die-stamped, mint condition on slider
    Manchester University Air Squadron insignia. A pair of embroidered shoulder titles plus a pair of plain white gorget tabs. (4 items) Condition: VGC
    Manitoba Dragoons scarce OR’s cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on loops. VGC
    Maritime Regiment Royal Corps of Transport Ocean watchkeeper’s badge. Bullion embroidered on navy. Condition: VGC
    Maritime Regt. RCT Marine Engineers cloth badge. Condition: GC
    Marksman brass arm badge. Good die-stamped example. Crown over separate crossed rifles on loops complete with brass backing plate
    Marksman brass arm badge. Good die-stamped example. Five pointed star over separate crossed rifles on loops complete with brass backing plate
    Marksman proficienry badge Good scarce brass laurel wreath with crowned crossed rifles on two loops
    Marksman's cloth arm badge Five pointed star over crossed SMLE rifles heavily embroidered on khaki. One or two loose threads.
    Mauritius Special Mobile Force post 1960 white metal cap badge. Fine die-stamped British made example on loops. Formed from local police and WW2 veterans following the withdrawal of the British garrison on Mauritius in 1960.
    Mention in Despatches oakleaf emblem post WW1 Bronze with two holes to facilitate sewing to ribbon.
    Mention in Despatches post WW1 MID oakleaf emblem A fine example on blades
    Mercantile Fleet Auxiliary British War Medal Awarded to "A.W. Ansted MFA" GC.
    Merchant Taylors School OTC blackened brass cap badge. A good die-cast example. Two loops to reverse VGC (KK 2621)
    Mercian Brigade Officer’s cap badge circa 1958-70 A good silvered and gilt example on loops,
    Metropolitan Police Chrome Maker: Firmin London Fixing: Slider Condition: VGC
    Metropolitan Police 1921 Gold Road Walk medal
    The reverse engraved "R Wright 32nd C.O. Div.". Hallmarks for Birmingham 1921 Condition: GC
    Metropolitan Police 1935-36 constable’s helmet plate. A good scarce blackened example with white metal GvR Cypher. Two of three loops to reverse. VGC
    Metropolitan Police Edward VII Original Coronation Medal miniature medal. A good bronze period example, mounted as originally worn as a single entitlement. GC.
    Metropolitan Police Long Service Medal Pair 1938 Charing Cross Tube Crash Interest. Awarded to Sergeant Alfred J.R. Baston, who was one of the first Policemen at the Charing Cross Tube Crash, which killed six people were killed. Comprising: Defence Medal, Police Long Service Medal (GVIR), (SERGT. ALFRED J.R. BASTON). Both medals are complete with boxes and one registered envelope. Defence Medal label absent. ..... Also a number of original photographs of Sgt Baston including at the scene of the crash. A newspaper cutting plus National Registration card. Sergeant Alfred J.R. Baston, was born in 1901 and to young for war service joined the Metropolitan Police and in 1921 was put forward for his Sergeant exams. On the morning of the 17th May 1938 during the morning rush hour at Charing Cross station a Circle Line train ran into the rear of a District Line waiting at a signal, considerable damage was done resulting in six deaths and many injured. The newspaper cutting states along with PC Edwards Sgt Baston were the first Police at the scene. The press photographs from the scene also show Baston helping with injured. He served through WW2 with the Force and resigned in August 1952
    Metropolitan Police Special Constabulary 1914 Service Star Sleeve Badge. A good scarce example on loops. dDe-stamped five pointed silver star sleeve badge bearing “SC” monogram to centre within a circlet inscribed “Metropolitan Police 1914”. Awarded early 1918 by the Commissioner for wear on the forearm for Specials who attested before 31st December 1914 and had served continuously since then. Discontinued in the 1920’s.
    Metropolitan Police Special Constabulary 1914 service star. A good scarce die-stamped example on loops. Five pointed silver star bearing “SC” monogram to centre within a circlet inscribed “Metropolitan Police 1914”. Awarded early 1918 by the Commissioner for wear on the forearm for Specials who attested before 31st December 1914 and had served continuously since then. Discontinued in the 1920’s.
    MGC / C scarce Machine Gun Corps, Cavalry Branch WW1 brass shoulder title. A good cast example retaining two loops.
    MGC / C scarce Machine Gun Corps, Cavalry Branch WW1 brass shoulder title. A good rare cast example retaining two loops.
    MGS WW1 Canadian Machine Gun Service Bronze/Brass Shoulder Title. A good example on loops.
    MGS WW1 Canadian Machine Gun Service Bronze/Brass Shoulder Title. A good example on loops.
    Mid Lothian Constabulary Victorian Scottish Police collar badge. A rare die-stamped white metal example, number 87, on three loops. Several old fractures, most repaired with wire frame soldered to reverse.
    Mid WW2 RAF Coastal Command Personalized Irvin Flying Jacket. A rare personalized example of the "Hooded" Irvin Flying Jacket. This example is probably mid to late war with a four panel back. The lower section of the back is decorated with a yellow outline of a Lancaster Bomber and to the shoulder two yellow bombs. To the front left breast is painted the name "Bristol". Complete with all original working zips and original belt. Small amount of working wear and age wear. GC Leather supple.
    Middlesex Imperial Yeomanry Ed VII OR\'s cap badge A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
    Middlesex Regiment and 7th Hussars Boer War Pair of Medals. An interesting pair awarded to Corporal T Samuels who is confirmed as serving with both Regiments. Comprising: Queens South Africa medal one clasp Cape Colony (1143 Cpl T Samuels Middlesex Regt), Kings South Africa medal two clasps South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (6251 Cpl T Samuels 7th Hussars). Medals loose GC. Corporal Samuel is confirmed on the QSA Roll as serving with the 6th Bn Middlesex Regiment and the Middlesex KSA Roll confirms attached to the 7th Hussars. The 7th KSA Roll confirms his entitlement and number and states attached to the 4th Bn Middlesex Regiment.
    Middlesex Regiment All Brass Economy Cap Badge circa 1916-18 A good die-stamped example on slider.
    Middlesex Regiment Great War Pair of Medals. Awarded to "14626 Cpl. H. Hamilton Middx R".
    Middlesex Regiment ORs helmet plate. A post 1901 example, possibly post war bandsmans, comprising brass Universal backing plate/star (KK 358) mounted with regimental helmet plate centre (KK 410). Central loop on centre absent also one absent on backing plate. GC
    Middlesex Special Constabulary Inspectors Medal. A good high ranking example, with clasp \"The Great War 1914-18\" Awarded to \"Inspr Ardent G Moffrey\" GC. Inspector Ardent George Moffrey was born in 1852 and died at Edmonton Middlesex in 1922.
    Middlesex VAD WWI War Service Badge A good enamelled example. Pin back
    Middlesex Volunteer Regiment WWi VTC Bronzed Cap Badge. A good example on flat loops. (KK 1666)
    Middlesex Volunteer Regt VTC WW1 cap badge by Thomas Fattorini, Bolton Die-stamped bronze on slider
    MIDDLESEX WW1 cloth Middlesex Regiment slip-on shoulder title A fine scarce example with broad canvas loop to reverse
    Middlesex Yeomanry Edward VII Cap Badge. A fine scarce die-stamped white metal example worn 1908-10 only. Loops
    Middlesex Yeomanry GvR Officer's cap badge Die-cast gilt example by J & Co (Jennens). Some wear to gilt. Loops. GC (KK 1452)
    Middlesex Yeomanry GvR Officer’s gilt cap badge. A fine scarce die-cast example on blades,(KK 1452)
    Middlesex Yeomanry GvR OSD bronze cap badge. A fine scarce die-cast crowned example on loops. (KK 1452) HQ was at Duke of York’s, Chelsea
    Middlesex Yeomanry post 1910 OSD bronze cap badge. A fine scarce GvR die-cast example on loops. (KK 1452)
    Middlesex Yeomanry scarce formation sign. Vertically divided black and yellow felt diamond embroidered with red MYA. From 1st January 1947 to 1st October 1956 the unit title was 16th Airborne Divisional Signals, Royal Signals (Middlesex Yeomanry) (T.A.). MYA worn by band members.
    Middlesex Yeomanry scarce formation sign. Vertically divided black and yellow felt diamond embroidered with red MYA. From 1st January 1947 to 1st October 1956 the unit title was 16th Airborne Divisional Signals, Royal Signals (Middlesex Yeomanry) (T.A.). MYA worn by band members.
    Midlothian Coast Artillery Volunteers member's gilt and enamel mufti badge. A fine rare 1902-08 example on long pin. Formed at Leith 16th October, 1859. Sub title (Midlothian Coast) dropped in 1888 and 1889 HQ moved to Edinburgh.
    Military Accountants Department Indian Army India General Service Medal. Awarded to CLK H Torpy M.A.D.. Bearing the clasp Burma 1930-32. GC.
    Military Police cloth armband. Red felt letters on black cotton drill band. Fixing: Press studs Condition: VGC
    Military Police rare cloth pagri badge. Yellow serif M.P. embroidered on red over black diagonally halved rectangle.
    Military Police scarce Edward VII cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example. Loops absent. (KK 1030)
    Military Police scarce Edward VII OR’s brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on long slder. (KK 1030)
    Military Police WW2 Period Cap Badge. Good die-stamped brass example on slider.
    Military Provost Staff Corps EIIR brass cap badge by Firmin, London. A good die-cast example on named slider.
    Military Provost Staff Corps EIIR brass cap badge by Firmin, London.. A good die-cast example on named slider
    Military Provost Staff Corps GvR cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped brass example on slider. Crowned Royal Cypher set in a wreath of laurels. (KK 1054)
    Military Provost Staff Corps WW2 brass cap badge by Firmin London A good scarce die-cast GVIR example on slider. (KK 2142)
    Military Provost Staff Corps WW2 cap badge. A good scarce die-cast GVIR example on slider. (KK 2142)
    Military Staff, Ministry of Supply formation sign. Crest of the Board of Ordnance embroidered on blue disc. Introduced in 1943 Condition: Removed from uniform GC
    Military Staff, Ministry of Supply formation sign. Crest of the Board of Ordnance embroidered on blue circle. (emerging from a mural crown, a winged arm clutching lightening bolts) VGC Introduced in 1943
    Military Staff, Ministry of Supply formation sign. A fine example. Crest of the Board of Ordnance embroidered on blue disc. (emerging from a mural crown, a winged arm clutching lightening bolts) Introduced in 1943
    Mill Hill School OTC scarce blackened brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops.(as KK 2624 but with MHS monogram in wreath in place of usual book )
    Mill Hill School OTCbrass cap badge. Die-stamped on loops. (KK 2624). GC
    Miniature Fire Brigade Long Service Medal. Condition: VGC
    Ministry of Civil Aviation Constabulary chromed winged cap badge. Pristine die-stamped example on loops.
    Ministry of Munitions Women Police Service cap badge. A very scare WW1 die-cast white metal example. Complete with slider GC
    Ministry of Munitions Women Police Service WW1 cap badge. A very scare die-cast nickel example on loops by WO Lewis, Howard St. Birmm. Crowned “Ministry of Munitions Police” circlet; GvR Cypher to voided centre.
    MIY (Montgomeryshire Imperial Yeomanry) brass title. Fixing: Loops Condition: VGC
    MIY brass Middlesex Imperial Yeomanry shoulder title by F. Starr, Putney SW A good scarce pre 1908 example on loops.
    MMG WW1 Motor Machine Guns Brass Shoulder Title A good example retaining both flat hexagonal loop. GC.
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    MONMOUTHSHIRE Brass Welsh Shoulder Title A good example on flat hexagonal loops
    Monmouthshire Regiment Officer’s bullion beret badge. A good example of the Welsh Dragon in gold thread embroidered on olive green rectangle. Slight moth and service wear
    Montgomeryshire Imperial Yeomanry OR’s brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on slider. Dragon on scroll inscribed M.I.Y. (KK 1347)
    Montreal Garrison Artillery, Canada General Service Medal 1866-70, clasp "Fenian Raid 1866". A good example officially impressed “Gr. T.H. Bane, Montreal, G.A.”.
    Montserrat Defence Force white metal cap badge. Scarce die-stamped unissued example on loops. Central figure hugging the Cross whilst holding a harp.
    MORRISONS / OTC / ACADEMY brass Scottish shoulder title. A fine die-stamped example on loops.
    MOTOR MACHINE / GUNS scarce WW1 cloth shoulder title. Red letters embroidered on khaki. Slight age wear GC
    Motor Machine Gun Corps WW1 Officer’s field service cap / collar badge by J & Co (Jennens). A fine scarce die-cast bronze example on loops
    Motor Machine Gun Corps WW1 OR's cap badge. A good scarce bi-metal example on slider. MMG slightly crooked.
    Motor Machine Gun WW1 OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example on slider.
    Motor Machine Gun WW1 OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example on lacking slider
    Motor Machine Gun WW1 OR’s bi-metal cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider. Slight verdigris
    Motor Volunteer Corps scarce 1903-06 cap badge. A fine die-stamped white metal example with two loops to reverse. Very good condition. The Motor Volunteer Reserve was raised in 1903 and was disbanded in 1906 only to be reformed as the Army Motor Reserve.
    Mount St. Mary College OTC bi-metal cap badge. Die-stamped. Slider. GC (2633)
    MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY rare WW2 cloth shoulder title. Yellow embroidered on navy. Excellent
    MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY scarce WW2 cloth shoulder title. Yellow embroidered on navy. Removed from uniform. A little service wear
    NAAFI early bronze circular badge. A good example with pin fitting. GC
    Napoleonic Bone Prisoner of War Work A very rare pair of toothpicks / hair pins. One depicting the head and shoulders of Revolutionary wearing bicorn hat and with red and blue painted decoration. The other depicts a lady wearing a crown, again with red and white painted decoration. Good carved detail to the bone and colours remain fresh. Approx length 4 inches. This style of carving and painted decoration is typical of French Napoleonic POW carved decoration a similar style can often be found to the figureheads of larger POW sailing ships.
    Napoleonic War Georgian Aide-de-Camp Officer’s flat gilt coatee button A scare example with "Treble Gilt" backmark. Complete with shank. GC
    Natal Artilley Brass Cap Badge Die-stamped example with mounted wheel. Loops GC
    Natal Carbineers Green Beret. A good example, as worn, retaining King\'s Crown Cap Badge mounted onto regimental backing cloth. Leather trim to sweatband. GC.
    Natal Engineer Corps scarce brass cap badge circa 1910-13. A scarce example retaining loops to the reverse. VGC.
    Natal Mounted Rifles OR’s white metal cap badge. A good example retaining three loops. GC.
    Natal Mounted Rifles white metal slouch hat badge circa 1902-13. An excellent die-stamped example on three loops. (Owen 463)
    National Defence Company GVIR OSD bronze cap badge by JR Gaunt, London A good scarce die-cast example on blades.
    National Motor Volunteers WW1 VTC bi-metal cap badge with JR Gaunt, London tablet to reverse. A fine die-stamped example on loops. Mercury mounted on wheel resting on “Pro patria” scroll; the tyre inscribed “National Motor Volunteers”. (KK 1694)
    National Motor Volunteers WW1 VTC OSD (motor car) bronze cap badge. Die-cast with dished reverse bearing blades. Mercury mounted on wheel resting on ''Pro patria'' scroll; the tyre inscribed ''National Motor Volunteers''. (KK 1694)
    NATO Forces pocket fob badge. Fixing: Clutchback Condition: VGC
    NATO Service Medal. Mounted as originally worn VGC.
    Naval Police armlet / armband / brassard. A good white canvas example with embroidered blue edges and central crown flanked by NP. Brass buckle. Some service wear.
    Navy and Army Canteens Board WW1 cap badge A good die-stamped bronze example on flat style loops.
    NBMR scarce Northern Bengal Mounted Rifles white metal Indian shoulder title.n. A good cast example on flat integral loops. Formed as Northern Bengal Volunteer Rifle Corps 6th August 1873; absorbed the Darjeeling VRC 5th August 1881. Reorganised as Northern Bengal Mounted Rifles 15th February 1889.
    NCC Brass WW2 Shoulder Title A good example on loops. Non Combatant Labour Corps formed 1939, redesignated Non Combatant Corps in 1940.
    NELSON WW1 Royal Naval Division brass shoulder title. A scarce example with squared loops to the reverse GC
    Netherlands Army formation sign. Yellow Royal Lion of the House of Orange upon a scroll inscribed “Je Maintiendrai” embroidered on khaki. Removed from uniform. Cut from edge to hind leg of lion.
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    New Zealand 17th (Ruahine) Regiment brass cap badge. Fixing: Loops Condition: Unissued, VGC
    New Zealand 21st Reinforcements WW1 brass cap badge. A good scarce example on flat hexagonal loops.(Cox 2994)
    New Zealand 26th Reinforcements WW1 brass cap badge. A fine scarce die-stamped brass example on original wire loops. (Cox 2992)
    New Zealand 3rd Bn. Otago Rifle Volunteers OR’s helmet plate. A fine and scarce die-stamped brass example on three loops. Crowned star bearing fern wreath and circlet inscribed “3rd Batt. Otago Rifle Volunteers” with “Propatria” scroll across the base; shield bearing Southern Cross to voided centre. Minor verdigris to star points around 10 o’clock.
    New Zealand 5th Mounted Rifles (Otago Hussars) cap badge. Good die-stamped bi-metal example on loops
    New Zealand 9th (Hawke's Bay) Regiment WW1 brass hat badge, A good die-stamped example on loops (one a lead soldered replacement)
    New Zealand Army Cap Badge A general Pattern die-stamped brass example on slider. Overall service wear
    New Zealand Army Ordnance Corps Cap Badge A good die-stamped brass example on loops.
    New Zealand Artillery brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops
    New Zealand Hauraki Regiment cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on looks reminicent of the WW1 Worcestershire Regiment cap badge.
    New Zealand Hauraki Regiment cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on looks reminicent of the WW1 Worcestershire Regiment cap badge.
    New Zealand Machine Gun Corps WW1 brass cap badge with JR Gaunt, London tablet. Die-stamped brass example on three loops (two bent) toned with age
    New Zealand Medical Corps Cap Badge. A good die-stamped brass example on loops.
    New Zealand No.3 Coy. Field Hospital scarce WW1 brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped example. on loops. (Cox 3021)
    New Zealand Officer\'s Embroidered Shoulder Title
    New Zealand Pioneer Battalion pre 1917 cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on loops.(Cox 2948)
    New Zealand Rifle Brigade pair of collar badges. Fixing: Loops Condition: GC
    New Zealand Veterinary Corps OR’s WW1 brass cap badge with JR Gaunt, London tablet to reverse.. A good die-stamped brass example on loops. Formed 1907.
    New Zealand XI Taranaki Rifles Regiment cap badgewth oval JR Gaunt, London tablet to reverse, A fine die-stamped brass example on loops.
    New Zealand. 12th Taranaki Rifles Regiment WW1 cap badge with JR Gaunt, London tablet A good die-stamped brass example on loops.
    New Zealand. 12th Taranaki Rifles Regiment WW1 cap badge with JR Gaunt, London tablet A good die-stamped brass example on loops.
    New Zealand. 15th Northland Regiment Officer’s gilt cap badge by J.R. Gaunt London A very good bright gilt example on loops.
    New Zealand. 2nd North Canterbury Infantry helmet plate circa 1903. A fine scarce OR’s die-stamped brass example. Resting in a fern wreath, an oval strap inscribed “2nd North Canterbury Infantry” surmounted by the Royal Crest. To the centre, a crane on curved scroll “Akeakekiakaha”. Three loops to reverse. VGC Illustrated on front cover of “The Regimental Badges of New Zealand” by D.A. Corbett.
    New Zealand. North Canterbury Infantry OR’s helmet plate circa 1903. A fine scarce die-stamped brass example. Resting in a fern wreath, an oval strap inscribed “2nd North Canterbury Infantry” surmounted by the Royal Crest. To the centre, a white crane on a scroll “Akeakekiakaha”. Two of three loops to reverse otherwise very good condition As illustrated on front cover of “The Regimental Badges of New Zealand” by D.A. Corbett.
    Newcastle on Tyne & Durham Engineer Volunteers Victorian OR’s helmet plate. A good scarce post 1878 die-stamped white metal example. Royal Arms, a scroll below inscribed “Newcastle on Tyne” in place of the usual “Ubique”. Below the scroll, a tri-part scroll inscribed “& Durham Engineer Volunteers”. Three loops (pinched) to reverse. VGC
    Newcastle upon Tyne VTC scarce WW1 brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example with two loops to reverse. Very good condition.
    Newcastle-upon-Tyne WWI VTC white metal shoulder title. A good scarce example on loops. GC
    NFLD scarce WW1 Newfoundland brass shoulder title A good example on loops. Top \"gaps\" either side of \"F\" cut through
    NFS / 16 (Lyndhurst) WW2 red on navy printed breast badge. Very good condition. 16 was Lyndhurst (New Forest) NFS Fire Force Area
    Nigeria District printed formation sign. Yellow palm tree within a black circle set on green square. Slight staining.
    Nigeria. Federal Police printed cloth formation badge. Very good condition
    NIH scarce North Irish Horse brass shoulder title. A good example on flat hexagonal loops.
    Nizams Field Artillery Cap Badge. A cast brass example with square loops to the reverse. GC.
    NM / VOLUNTEERS (National Motor Vols.) WW1 brass VTC shoulder title. A good scarce example by JR Gaunt, London. Loops.
    NM / VOLUNTEERS (National Motor Vols.) WW1 VTC brass shoulder title by JR Gaunt, London A good example on loops.
    No badge
    No. 2 Commando rare WW2 Officer's bullion beret badge / formation sign.. A fine used example, silver wire embroidered Fairburn-Sykes Commando dagger flanked by “SS” on black cloth ground. (as KK 2065) No. 2 Commando formed on 5th March 1941 on the disbandment of 1 Special Service Battalion. OR's wore white metal beret badges, Officer's bullion examples as worn on the top of the sleeve on occasion.
    No. 21 Area MEF (Middle East Forces) WW2 rare pair of printed formation signs. Each a black shield charged with golden sword superimposed on red cross on white square. Removed from uniform. (2 items)
    No. 6 COMMANDO cloth WW2 shoulder title. Good red embroidered on Navy felt. Removed from battledress Formed in July 1940
    No.1 Armoured Replacement Group CMF WW2 cloth formation sign. Rare embroidered example removed from uniform
    No.1 Commando rare WW2 Salamander formation sign. A very rare fine example. Embroidered on khaki.Removed from uniform. Glue marks to reverse. Generally VGC Formed 13/6/40 with personnel from 6 & 8 Indep. Coys as No. 11 Independent Company, redesignated No.1 Commando the following day. Disbanded 27/6/40; reformed as No.1 Special Service Battalion 10/11/40, finally reorganised again as No.1 Commando on 5/3/41.
    No.4 Commando
    No.6 COMMANDO WW2 cloth shoulder title A good red embroidered on navy example
    No9 COMMANDO WW2 cloth embroidered shoulder title. A good example Formed from Scottish Command. Saw service predominately in the Mediterranean, Albania, Yugoslavia , Greece and Italy
    Norfolk & Cambridge District printed formation badge. Black and white quartered shield.Glue marks to reverse otherwise good condition.
    Norfolk & Cambridge District WW2 printed formation sign. A fine example. A shield, quartered white and black with counter-coloured designs of a castle, lion passant regardant, castle and a Tudor rose.
    Norfolk & Cambridge District WW2 printed formation sign. A fine example. A shield, quartered white and black with counter-coloured designs of a castle, lion passant regardant, castle and a Tudor rose.
    Norfolk Imperial Yeomanry Edward VII OSD bronze cap badge A fine rare bronze crowned Royal Cypher on blades. Minote spot of verdigris. By the command of His Majesty King Edward VII who had recently ascended the throne, the Norfolk Squadron of the Loyal Suffolk hussars was expanded and raised as the Norfolk Imperial Yeomanry on 24th May 1901 with the Royal Cypher as its badge. The King took a keen interest in “his” regiment and in 1905 it was accorded the additional title The King’s Own Royal Regiment.
    Norfolk Imperial Yeomanry OR’s cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped brass Crowned Edward VII Cypher on three loops. (KK 1476)
    Norfolk Police pinback badge Crown resting on “N.C.V.S.C.” Attributed to Norfolk County Volunteer Special Constable
    Norfolk Regiment India General Service Medal A good example awarded to \"7630 Pte H.A Steer Norf R.\" GC.
    Norfolk Regiment India General Service Medal Clasp Waziristan 1919-21 This example was awarded to 5764872 Pte W.H. Dooman Norf R. Small edge knocks GC.
    Norfolk Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped bi-metal example. Britannia within circlet inscribed “Norfolk” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. Very good condition. (KK 298)
    Norfolk Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped bi-metal later example. Britannia within circlet inscribed “Norfolk” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. Pristine. (KK 367)
    Norfolk Regiment scarce Sergeant's brass pagri badge. A good example with slider (tip clipped)
    Norfolk Yeomanry brass cap badge circa 1911-35. A good large die-cast crowned GvR cypher on slider. (KK 1477)
    Norfolk Yeomanry scarce NCO’s arm badge circa 1905-20. A good scarce die-cast brass example on loops. Royal Arms resting on scroll inscribed “The Kings Own Royal Regiment”.
    Norfolk Yeomanry scarce NCO’s arm badge. Die-cast brass Royal Arms resting on scroll inscribed “The Kings Own”. Two loops to reverse. Very good condition. (Cox 1351)
    Norfolk. City of Norwich Volunteers WWI VTC cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped bi-metal example. Reverse with two lead soldered replacement loops.
    NORGE white on khaki WW2 embroidered title. A good embroidered example. VGC
    North East Lancashire Volunteer Infantry Brigade Army Service Corps OR’s helmet plate. A fine and exceedingly rare white metal Edwardian example. Crowned star bearing laurel wreath and circlet inscribed “North East Lancashire Volr. Infty. Bde.”. To the centre, small representation of the Victorian cap badge. Three loops to reverse. VGC
    North Irish Brigade Piper�s headdress badge circa 1960-68. A very fine silvered and gilt 8 cm high example. Retaining four loops to the reverse. VGC Comprised the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, Royal Ulster Rifles and Toyal Irish Fusiliers.
    North Irish Brigade Piper’s badge circa 1958-68 Fine silvered Maid of Erin Harp surmounted by a gilt crown and resting on a gilt scroll inscribed “North Irish Brigade”. Three of four loops.
    North Irish Brigade Piper’s badge circa 1958-68. A fine die-cast example on four loops. Silvered Maid of Erin Harp surmounted by a gilt crown and resting on a gilt scroll inscribed “North Irish Brigade”. Complete with brass backing plate.
    North Irish Brigade Piper’s badge circa 1958-68/ Fine silvered Maid of Erin Harp surmounted by a gilt crown and resting on a gilt scroll inscribed “North Irish Brigade”. Three of four loops.
    North Irish Horse Officer’s post 1953 cap badge. A fine die-cast frosted silver plated example on loops. Crowned Maid or Erin Harp resting on “North Irish Horse” tri-part scroll. (as KK 2292)
    North Irish Horse OR\'s cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on slider. (KK 1503)
    North Irish Horse OR’s brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example with two loops to the reverse.
    North Lancashire Regiment Victorian helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped brass example. Two contemporary replaced loops to reverse.
    North Mayo Fusiliers Irish Militia OR’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A scarce die-stamped white metal example. A phoenix arising from a mural crown; the whole resting in a scroll inscribed “North Mayo”. Two loops to reverse. Good condition. (KK 1290) Raised 1763 at Castlebar; 1817 saw their HQ at Ballina; circa 1855 redesignated North Mayo Fusiliers Militia. Friday 1st July 1881 merged with the South Mayo Militia to become 3rd Battalion Connaught Rangers but swiftly re-emerged as a separate unit, the 6th Battalion. Once again, o
    North Riding Constabulary senior police Officer's silver and enamel cap badge. A good example stamped "STERLING SILVER". Loops removed
    North Riding Rifle Volunteers blackened brass WW1 Yorkshire VTC cap badge with J.R. Gaunt, London tablet to reverse.. A good die-stamped example on loops.
    North Somerset Imperial Yeomanry Brass Shoulder Title Badge A good example with unusual loop fittings. GC.
    North Somerset Imperial Yeomanry brass Shoulder Title. A good scarce example on loops.
    NORTH SOMERSET YEOMANRY / 44 R.T.R cloth shoulder title. White sans-serif letters embroidered on black.
    North Somerset Yeomanry Edward VIII silver collar badge. A rare die-cast example with two loops to reverse which is impressed “Sterling” and “JR Gaunt, London”. Very good condition.
    North Somerset Yeomanry NCO’s arm badge. A good scarce die-stamped white metal GvR example on loops with black cloth backing. Spot of verdigris on central crown otherwise excellent. Fought at Ypres, Frezenberg, Loos, Arras, Scarpe, Amiens, Beaurevoir, Cambrai etc.
    North Somerset Yeomanry Victorian Officer’s undress sabretache ornament. A good scarce example. Silver plated, die-cast crowned NSY cypher. Three loops to reverse. Very good condition.
    North Staffordshire Regiment post 1881 helmet plate centre. A good die-stamped bi-metal example. Prince of Wales's plumes within circlet inscribed "North Staffordshire" and ornamented with laurel sprays at the base. Two of four loops to reverse.
    North Staffordshire Regiment post 1896 white metal Cap Badge. Good example on loops.
    Northampton Citizen Corps WW1 bronze VTC cap badge Die-cast crowned title oval with town arms to centre. Original pin fitting VGC. (KK 1670)
    Northampton Yeomanry Troopers Coloured Field Service Side Cap. A scarce example, retaining General Service brass buttons and small size white metal badge (loop fitting). The interior with name J.M. Barford. Has been worn, now with some mothing.
    Northamptonshire Imperial Yeomanry horse harness bit boss A rare heavy brass example on copper rivets (clipped). Crowned title strap, EVIIR cypher to domed centre. Some service wear.
    Northamptonshire Regiment Anodised Cap Badge by Grove MFG of Birmingham. Good example on slider
    Northamptonshire Regiment Officers Field Service Side Cap. Dark blue melton cloth complete with Regimental pattern buttons. The interior with cotton lining. GC Badge absent.
    Northamptonshire Regiment Officer’s cap badge. A splendid die-cast silvered example with gilt scroll. Loops.
    Northamptonshire Regiment OR’s helmet plate centre circa 1900-14. A fine scarce die-stamped brass example, three tower Gibraltar Castle, Key and “Talavera” scroll within circlet inscribed “Northamptonshire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. (KK 405)
    Northamptonshire Regiment OR’s pagri circa 1900-14. A good die-stamped brass three tower example on long slider. Age patina. (as KK 405)
    Northamptonshire Regiment OSD bronze cap badge. A good scarce die-cast example on blades.
    Northamptonshire Regiment pair of Victorian Officer's collar badges circa 1881-1901. A fine silver, gilt and blue enamel pair on loops.
    Northamptonshire Regiment pre 1960 anodised cap badge by Grove MFG B'HAM. A good example on slider.
    Northamptonshire Regiment WW1 / WW2 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on slider.
    Northamptonshire Regiment WW1 brass economy cap badge circa 1916-18.. A good scarce die-stamped example on slider. A little service wear.
    Northamptonshire Yeomanry 19th century Officer’s coatee button. A fine gilt example by Williams & Son. London. (Crown over N.Y. within dotted circle). Shank to reverse. VGC
    Northamptonshire Yeomanry cap badge. A good scarce die-cast white metal White Horse of Hanover on slider. (KK 1494)
    Northamptonshire Yeomanry NCO’s arm badge. A good scarce white metal example comprising the White Horse of Hanover. Two loops to the reverse. With its origins in the Northamptonshire Yeomanry Cavalry which was formed on 3rd May 1874, disbanded 1828, reformed 1830 and disbanded again in 1873, the Northamptonshire Imperial Yeomanry was raised by Earl Spencer on 7th February 1902 with its HQ at Northampton. On 1st April 1908 it transferred to the Territorial Force as Northamptonshire Yeomanry.
    Northamptonshire Yeomanry OR's white metal cap badge. A good die-stamped rearing White Horse of Hanover on slider. (KK 1494)
    Northern Cyclist Battalion OR’s brass cap badge. A fine scare die-stamped example on slider. Formed in 1908 as 8th (Cyclist) Bn Northumberland Fusiliers and redesigned Northern Cyclist Battalion in 1910.
    Northern Cyclists OR’s brass cap badge. A good die-stamped brass example on slider. Non voided crown version. Verdigris to reverse of crown. Formed in 1908 as 8th (Cyclist) Bn Northumberland Fusiliers and redesigned Northern Cyclist Battalion in 1910.
    Northern Cyclists OR’s brass cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped brass example on slider (non-voided crown pattern). Formed in 1908 as 8th (Cyclist) Bn Northumberland Fusiliers and redesigned Northern Cyclist Battalion in 1910.
    Northern Ireland District first pattern WW2 formation sign. A good used example. Bird in nest embroidered on green rectangle. Removed from uniform
    Northern London Polytechnic VTC rare WWI bronze cap badge. Die-stamped, the reverse with two loops and JR Gaunt, London tablet. Very good condition (KK 1664)
    Northumberlan Fusiliers WW2 plastic economy cap badge A good example on blades
    Northumberland Constabulary Queen’s Crown night helmet plate. Crowned blackened brass star; chrome arms to centre. Retaining three loops to the reverse. GC
    Northumberland Constabulary Victorian kepi badge. A good die-stamped white metal example. Crowned strap inscribed "Northumberland”; Alnwick Castle to the centre. Loops. VGC
    Northumberland Constabulary Victorian Police kepi badge. Good die-stamped white metal example on loops
    Northumberland Fusiliers post 1881 OR's facing pair of brass collar badges. A good pair on loops, some verdigris to reverses.
    Northumberland Fusiliers post 1881 OR’s fur cap grenade. A good die-stamped brass example on loops. Flaming grenade, the ball bearing St. George and the Dragon within a strap inscribed “Quo fata vocant”. (KK 945)
    Northumberland Fusiliers Volunteer Battalion Cap Badge A good die-stamped white metal example on loops.
    Northumberland Fusiliers Volunteer Bn white metal cap badge & two collars. All die-stamped with original loop fittings. VGC (3 items)
    Northumberland Hussars anodised cap badge by FW Timmings Ltd. B’ham. A good scarce example on slider.
    Northumberland Hussars Imperial Yeomanry cap badge. A fine and scarce die-stamped white metal example. Alnwick Castle within crowned strap ‘Northumberland Hussars”. Two loops to reverse, Very good condition
    Northumberland Hussars NCO’s arm badge. A fine die-stamped white metal example of Alnwick Castle resting on “South Africa 1900-02” scroll. Loops. VGC
    Northumberland Hussars NCO’s white metal arm badge. A good example depicting the Alnwick Castle resting on “South Africa 1900-02” scroll. Retaining loops to the reverse VGC.
    Northumberland Hussars white metal cap badge by J.R. Gaunt, London. A fine die-stamped example on named slider.
    Northumberland Police Cap Badge, probaby Edwardian A good die stamped white metal example on loops
    NORWAY RAF Officer\'s WW2 nationality shoulder title. A good embroidered example removed from a uniform. Worn by Free Norwegian Officers serving in the RAF.
    Nottingham University TC (TA) scarce cap badge circa 1948-53. A good scarce die-stamped example on slider of Sherwood Foresters pattern. (KK 2469)
    Nottinghamshire Constabulary King's crown police night helmet plate A good example on three loops
    Nottinghamshire Constabulary wreath pattern helmet plate. A fine scarce die-stamped blackened brass example on three loops.
    Notts & Derby Regiment Officer\'s Bronze Collar Badges. A good pair as worn, retaining loops and makers details of J & Co. VGC.
    November 1918Tank Corps Military Cross and Trio with miniatures. A fine group awarded to Captain Joseph Alfred Edward May, 17th Armoured Car Bn. , comprising: Military Cross, 1914/15 Star “1865 Pte.15-Lond R”, British War Medal, Victory Medal “Capt”. GC mounted as worn ... together with corresponding set of miniature medals and various photocopies relating to May from “History of the 17th (Armoured Car) Tank Battalion”. The recommendation for the Military Cross. “For exceptional gallantry, determination and devotion to duty during the advance from Favril to Avesnes on the 7th November 1918 while commanding a section of Armoured cars. During the whole day his cars were constantly engaging enemy in closely intersected country along roads that were full of obstacles and were being blown up in numerous places by the enemy. His skill and determination in overcoming all difficulties were a fine example to his men”. Captain May was commanding two Armored Cars attached to the 32nd Division and on the 7th November were heavily engaged by the enemy at one point coming under trench mortar fire. Captain May is confirmed as serving in the ranks of the 15th Battalion London Regiment, landing in France on the 17th March 1915. Selected for Officer Training he was commissioned into the Machine Gun Corps in September 1915. The 17th Battalion was formed in March 1918 as a Tank Battalion and was converted to Armoured Cars in April 1918. An account of the Battalion’s operations can be found in the Gale & Polden publication of 1920
    NR / 1 / WAFF pre 1925 Nothern Rhodesia West African Frontier Force brass shoulder title by JR Gaunt, London A good scarce brass elliptical example on loops West African Frontier Force raised in 1897 by Frederick Lugard, British Commissioner for Northern Nigeria; “Royal” title bestowed in 1925.
    NWRVR scarce Auxiliary Forces India (AFI) brass shoulder title worn by North Western Railway Volunteer Rifles British made example on flat hexagonal loops. Became North Western Railway Regiment in 1920.
    NZMGC WW1 New Zealand Machine Gun Corps Brass Shoulder Title by J.R. Gaunt London A good example retaining both loops.
    NZMGS WW1 New Zealand Machine Gun Service Brass Shoulder Title by Stokes & Sons A good example retaining both loops.
    O.U.V.B. rare brass Oxford University Volunteer Battalion shoulder title. A good example on loops. A little service wear. Mentione but not illustrated in Westlake. Raised 8th August 1859 as 1st Oxfordshire (Oxford University) RVC redesignated 1st (Oxford University) VB in 1887
    Oakham School OTC scarce brass cap badge. A good example on loops. Die-stamped Leicestershire Royal Tiger on title scroll, laurel scroll above. (KK 2637)
    Officer's coloured field service / side cap by Jones, Chalk & Dawson, 6 Sackville Street, London W. A fine scarce pre war example with maroon crown, green curtain and peak, the curtain secured by two plain silvered domed buttons.The crown and curtain piped with gold braid. Badge absent. Tan silk interior with impressed gold maker's stamp.
    Officer\'s Busby / Lance Cap Gold Bullion Lines. A good clean set, terminating with acorn devices. GC. Clean condition.
    OFFICIAL / eagle / DUTIES RAF uncut facing pair of titles. A good scarce clean pair VGC
    Official US Army Photographer Cloth Badge
    Official US War Correspondant Cloth Badge
    Official US War Photographer Cloth shoulder title
    Old Boys Corps Volunteer Training Corps rare WW1 brass cap badge. Die-stamped example on loops. Brass disc with narrow laurel wreath border, circlet "Pro Patria: and "OBC" in Old English to seeded centre. (KK 1650)
    Oman Parachute Squadron beret badge circa 1980-83 A good scarce die-stamped silvered example on stout loops. Worn on grey beret. Badge altered in 1983 when redesignated Oman Parachute Regiment.
    Omani Officer's native silver cap badge. Well cast example on loops
    Omani pair of miniature medals by Spink. Mounted as worn, the first with slight corrosion to rim at 7 o’clock.
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    Order of St. Michael & St. George miniature medal pair. Order of St. Michael & St. George in gilt and enamels mounted with 1953 EIIR Coronation Medal. Enamel perfect
    Order of St.John Serving Brother Medal & Stick Pin. A good silver and enamel example, retaining original ribbon and pin fitting. GC. ... Accompanied by stick pin.
    Order of the British Empire Member’s Lady’s breast badge. A fine 2nd type Civil Division. Silvered cross patonce surmounted by a Crown; the centre bearing the conjoined busts of King George V and Queen Mary within a circlet inscribed “For God and the Empire”. Mounted on a bow ribbon for wear by a lady and complete in its Royal Mint case of issue.
    Order of the British Empire Member’s Lady’s breast badge. A fine 2nd type Civil Division. Silvered cross patonce surmounted by a Crown; the centre bearing the conjoined busts of King George V and Queen Mary within a circlet inscribed “For God and the Empire”. Mounted on a bow ribbon for wear by a lady and complete in its Royal Mint case of issue and card outer box. GC
    Original Mounted WW2 Period Miniature Medal Group. A good set mounted as originally worn. Comprising: General Service Medal, clasp Palestine, 1939/45 Star, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal, War Medal. GC.
    Original RAF Pilots Notes for the Mosquito PR34 & B35. A very good set of official issue notes these published in July 1947. Clean Condition.
    Original WW1 Silk Medal Ribbon and Medal Envelope. The ribbons are unused. Comprising: 1914/15 Star 11cm, British War Medal 13cm, Victory Medal 12.5cm.
    OTC / BRADFIELD Bradfield College OTC, Berkshire brass shoulder title40 A fine example on loops.
    OTC / GUERNSEY brass first pattern Channel Islands shoulder title A good first example on loops. (Westlake 1698)
    OTC / LEEDS brass shoulder title. A good example on loops
    OTC Badge Steady
    Other Rank\'s Post 1902 Home Service Blue Cloth Hemet Backing Plate. A good die-stamped brass example worn by Corps. Three loops to the reverse, one being a replacement.
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    Oxford University OTC Cavalry Section brass cap badge. A good scarce die-stamped example. Two loops to reverse. VGC (KK 2474)
    Oxford University OTC Cavalry Section brass cap badge. A good die-stamped example on loops. (KK 2474)
    Oxford University OTC Infantry Section OSD bronze cap badge. A good scarce die-cast example with two blades to reverse (one an old replacement). GC (as (KK 2478)
    Oxford University OTC-Royal Artillery Section scarce brass cap badge Die-stamped. Loops. Good condition (KK 2475)
    Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry anodised cap badge A good example made by J.R. Gaunt London. GC Complete with slider
    Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry OR's beret badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider. (KK 2005)
    Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry WW1 / WW2 OR's cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
    Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry WW1 Officer's 1917 hallmarked silver cap badge by Jennens. A fine die-cast Birmingham hallmarked J & Co example on one of two loops. Minor service wear.
    Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry WW1/WW2 cap badge. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider.
    Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infanttry WW1 Officers OSD Cap Badge by J & Co (Jennens) A fine scarce die-cast example on blades. Reverse impressed J & Co.
    Oxfordshire Light Infantry OR’s helmet plate centre circa 1881-1908.. A good die-stamped brass example. Strung bugle within circlet inscribed “Oxfordshire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining three of four loops to reverse. (KK 333) 16th October 1908 redesigned Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
    Oxfordshire Light Infantry post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A fine die-stamped brass example. Strung bugle within circlet inscribed “Oxfordshire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. Very good condition. (KK 333)
    Oxfordshire Militia Officer’s glengarry badge circa 1874-81. A fine and scarce silver plated example of an Ox crossing a ford all on a scroll inscribed “Oxfordshire”. Three loops to reverse. Professional strengthening repair to hooves otherwise very good condition. (KK 1203) Raised in 1697, regimented in 1759 and reorganised 31st July 1778. In 1794 500 men of the Oxford Militia mutinied over the poor conditions when barracked at East Blatchington, Seaford on the South Coast. Although provided for by the generous townsfolk, they were soon overpowered by regular troops from Fort Newhaven; 25 were arrested and the leaders executed. Oxfordshire Militia became 4th Battalion, The Oxfordshire Light Infantry on Friday 1st July 1881; redesignated 3rd Bn 14th June 1908.
    P Battery, 287th Medium Regiment Royal Artillery formation sign. Dark blue rectangle embroidered with circular yellow scroll “Lancashire Hussars” with “Y” between the ends; red rose with green sepals to centre. Removed from uniform but still in very good condition.
    P Battery, 524th Light AA/SL Regt. Royal Artillery formation sign. Fine scarce dark blue rectangle embroidered with red rose with green sepals within a yellow dog gauge. HQ at Bournemouth
    Pair of Boer War Pattern Slade Wallace 1888 Ammunition Pouches A scarce pair of white buff leather, with fold back opening top flap. Two rear belt loops riveted in place. External single round loops to each edge. Internal stitched loops to hold .303 ammunition. Various internal stamps. Pouches heavily blancoed Matched Pair GC
    Pair of British Army Warrant Officer Rank Badges. A good matching padded pair as worn
    Pair of Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry OR White Metal Collar Badges Complete with single loop fitting and back plates GC.
    Pair of Soviet Army Artillery shoulder boards. Condition: Piping on one a little loose, GC
    Pair of WW1 Guards Machine Gun Regiment OR's collar badges. Scarce die-stamped brass pair. Some verdigris and service wear. GC Machine Gun Corps OR's did not wear collar badges
    Pair of WW1 Territorial Officer's A good pair on loops. Worn below standard regimental collar badges on service dress
    Pair of WW2 59th (Staffordshire) Infantry Division formation signs Good felt embroidered pair
    Pair WW2 Sergeant's rank chevrons Good matching pair, examples removed from a uniform
    Paisley Renfrew & Bute Special Constabulary Medal & Box. A good George VI example awarded to \"Robert Hunter\". Complete with box of issue with original label. Also forwarding slip stamped Paisley10th Dec 1953. Near VGC.
    Palace of Westminster Home Guard rare cap badge. A fine die-cast chromed example on slider. (KK 2433)
    Palestine Police 1939 hallmarked silver cigarette case. An engine turned rectangular example bearing Birmingham hallmarks. A miniature cap badge ornamented with enamels is mounted on the bottom right corner of the lid; a diagonal band of enamel in the unit’s colours adorns the top left. The interior retains original gilt wash. Minor service wear, generally VGC
    Palestine Police button. Silver plate by Firmin London
    Palestine Police Cap Badge by Dowler, Birmingham circa 1920-48. A good die-stamped white metal example on slider. Maker's name on reverse of circlet.
    PALESTINE POLICE cloth embroidered shoulder title circa 1920-48. A fine scarce example.
    Palestine Regiment scarce OSD bronze headdress badge J.R. Gaunt London A fine die-cast example on stout pagri pin. Olive tree within a circlet inscribed “Palestine” in English, Hebrew and Arabic. Palestine Regiment was formed in September 1942, disbanded August 1948. Issue of this badge started in November 1943
    PAOC Vol. Artillery Cape of Good Hope Medal. A fine example bearing the “Transkei” clasp awarded to “Cpl. C.S. Eckard P.A.O.C.V. Arty”. GC.
    PARACHUTE / REGIMENT scarce pair of early Cold War Brass Shoulder Tiles. A fine unissued pair on loops, retaining brass backing plates.
    Parachute Qualification Wing A good padded example
    Parachute Regiment Beret Badge by Gaunt. A good early Queen Elizabeth II period example, white metal, complete with slider. This with makers details of \"Gaunt, London\" Accompanied by a single collar badge. Both VGC (2 items)
    Parachute Regiment Campaign Service Medal Clasp Northern Ireland. This good example was awarded to 24114964 Pte G.E. Bignell Para. GC.
    PARACHUTE REGIMENT cloth shoulder title. A good light blue on maroon embroidered example. Old glue marks to reverse.
    PARACHUTE REGIMENT Cloth Shoulder Title. A good light blue embroidered on maroon example removed from uniform.
    Parachute Regiment Cold War Period Pair of Cloth Shoulder Titles. A good unissued pair. VGC.
    Parachute Regiment EIIR Officer's beret badge A good die-stamped silver-plated example on long loops
    Parachute Regiment Northern Ireland black anodised beret badge. A good scarce example on slider by Dowler, Birmingham. Old crease to slider. GC
    Parachute Regiment Northern Ireland black beret badge. A good blackened example on loops.
    Parachute Regiment Old Comrades Association Pre-1953 OCA Lapel Badge by Gaunt. A scarce original Parachute Regiment Old Comrades Association silver plated lapel badge on buttonhole fitting. Winged parachute canopy surmounted by a Royal Crest with King's Crown, the O.C.A enhanced in blue enamel, the reverse with maker's details "J.R.Gaunt London".
    PARACHUTE REGIMENT oval brass shoulder title. A good example on loops complete with backing plate.
    Parachute Regiment rare WW2 Officer’s 1944 hallmarked silver beret badge by JR Gaunt and Sons. A very fine die-cast example on loops by JRG&S bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Winged parachute canopy surmounted by Royal Crest with voided crown. Originally formed as The Parachute Corps 22nd June, 1940 at The Central Landing School, Ringway, Manchester; redesignated The Parachute Regiment, Army Air Corps 1st August, 1942.
    Parachute Regiment Territorial Efficiency Medal. A George VI example awarded to “2930587 Pte C.A. Boyle Para Regt” GC edge knocks
    Parachute Regiment WW2 early beret badge. Good die-stamped issue on loops,service wear. Winged parachute surmounted by voided crown and Royal Crest. Originally formed as The Parachute Corps 22nd June, 1940 at The Central Landing School, Ringway, Manchester; redesignated The Parachute Regiment, Army Air Corps 1st August, 1942.
    Parachute Regiment WW2 era beret badge. A good die stamped white metal example on loops with original split pin. Winged parachute canopy surmounted by Royal Crest with solid crown. Originally formed as The Parachute Corps 22nd June, 1940 at The Central Landing School, Ringway, Manchester; redesignated The Parachute Regiment, Army Air Corps 1st August, 1942.
    Parachute Regiment WW2 Officer’s 1945 HM silver beret badge. A fine rare die-cast example on loops by JRG&S (JR Gaunt and Sons) bearing Birmingham hallmarks. Winged parachute surmounted by voided crown and Royal Crest. Originally formed as The Parachute Corps 22nd June, 1940 at The Central Landing School, Ringway, Manchester; redesignated The Parachute Regiment, Army Air Corps 1st August, 1942.
    Parachute Regiment WW2 plastic economy beret bade A good example retaining both blades.
    Parachute Reiment scarce WW2 printed shoulder title Black printed on light blue. Unworn condition. Excellent
    PARACHUTE scarce WW2 curved cloth shoulder title. Light blue embroidered on maroon felt. Excellent
    PARACHUTE scarce WW2 curved cloth shoulder title. Light blue on maroon. Removed from uniform. A little service wear. See CLOTH FORMATION SIGNS for same Para\'s Pegasus See MILITARY for same Para\'s nickel on brass beret badge
    Pembroke Yeomanry collar badge. Die-stamped white metal example on one of two loops
    Pembroke Yeomanry pair of anodised collar badges & shoulder titles. Collars by Firmin. (4 items)
    Penang & Province Wellesley Volunteer Corps post 1921 brass cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on loops.
    Penang Volunteers Brass Button by JR Gaunt & Son Ltd, London circa 1902-20. Good example displaying crowned Prince of Wales plumes within title circlet. Shank to reverse. Formed in 1861. Amalgamated with Province Wellesley Volunteer Rifles in 1921 to become Penang & Province Wellesley Volunteer Corps.
    Perth Highland Rifle Volunteers Officer’s silver glengarry badge circa 1874-80. A very fine and scarce example by TBW (T.B. Wilkins Ltd) bearing Victorian Birmingham hallmarks (date letter unclear). Crowned strap inscribed “Perth Highland Rifle Voluntrs.” Thistle to centre. Two loops to reverse.
    Pioneer Corps OSD bronze cap badge and pair of collar badges, A good die-cast set, cap on blades, collars on loops
    PLA (Port of London Authority) Police scarce helmet plate circa 1932-50. A fine die-stamped blackened brass example being the PLA Arms (granted in 1909) on large "PLA" scroll. Three loops to reverse. Minor wear, generally very good condition.
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    Plymouth Fire Brigade Long Service Medal. A good example awarded to \"Fireman Gordon H. Moss\". Mounted as originally worn. Complete with card box. This with Plymouth to the lid.
    PMS (Paget’s Massage Service) scarce WW1 brass title. A good example on loops. Almeric Paget Massage Corps founded in August 1914. Following the unit’s huge success it was greatly expanded and the title “Military” added by the War Office in December 1915. At the end of the War ,in January 1919 it was renamed “The Military Massage Service”.
    PMS (Paget’s Massage Service) scarce WW1 brass title. A good example on loops. Almeric Paget Massage Corps founded in August 1914. Following the unit’s huge success it was greatly expanded and the title “Military” added by the War Office in December 1915. At the end of the War ,in January 1919 it was renamed “The Military Massage Service”.
    POLAND bullion title Gold wire on red, worn
    POLAND WW2 pair of printed Polish nationality shoulder titles. A scarce unused pair of white on red.
    POLAND WW2 pair of printed Polish nationality shoulder titles. A scarce unused pair of screen printed white on red examples
    POLAND WW2 Polish Officer's nationality shoulder title Silver wire embroidered on red. Unused but slightly oxidised
    POLAND WW2 Polish Officer\'s nationality shoulder title Silver wire embroidered on red. Unused but slightly oxidised
    POLAND WW2 silk embroidered Polish nationality shoulder title. Excellent unworn example
    Police Special Constabulary Medal & George VI Coronation Medal Pair Plus Miniatures. This pair remain as originally worn. Awarded to \"Sergt Charles R. Daws\". GC. .... Accompanied by miniature medals again mounted as originally worn. GC.
    Police. East Sussex Constabulary King\'s Crown cap badge, collar and button. Chromed examples complete with fixings. (3 items) Founded in 1840.
    Polish 12th Ulans (Lancers) rare WW2 plastic economy cap badge by A Stanley & Sons, Walsall A fine scarce example on two brass blades.Crowned winged eagle atop an Amazon shield bearing "12" within the letter "U"....
    Polish 12th Ulans (Lancers) rare WW2 plastic economy cap badge. A fine example made by A. Stanley & Sons, Walsall. Two blades to reverse.
    Polish 14th Wielkopolski Independent Armoured Brigade WW2 formation sign. Fine scarce example bearing embroidered black panther on a yellow ground
    Polish 1st Grenadier Div of 4th Infantry Div WW2 brass formation badge. Flaming grenade, the ball being hatched. Two lead soldered screw posts to reverse. GC
    Polish 1st Grenadier Division of 4th Infantry Division WW2 formation badge circa 1943-45. A fine printed example, Khaki rectangle bearing flaming grenade, the ball being hatched
    Polish 2nd Artillery Group WW2 silver breast badge A fine example by Lorioli Fratelli of Milano, Roma. Mermaid and artillery shell within a laurel wreath all superimposed on a Monte Cassino cross. At the base the shell the 8th Army shield. Single screw post to reverse, the retaining nut with maker\'s details. Both reverse of cross and wreath impressed \"800\" indicating silver purity. Designed by Capt. J.Czwordon and Lt. A.Tass
    Polish 2nd Corps bullion formation sign A good unissued bullion example in cellophane packet
    Polish Air Force pre WW2 Officers’ Officers’ School breast badge by Jan Knedler. Warsaw. Die-cast silvered wing inset with light blue enamel “SPL” cypher. Complete with original domed ribbed securing nut inscribed "Fab. Graw. Emal. J. Knedler Warszawa Nowy Swiat 45"
    Polish Armoured Corps rare WW2 breast badge Local silver dragon complete with suspension chain. Reverse, stamped "1", with lead soldered hook.
    Polish Army Cap Badge circa 1919-22. A good scarce die-stamped example on blades. 17 nails to rim of Amazon shield
    Polish Army cap badge circa 1919-22. Fine die-stamped silvered crowned eagle with 17 nails around the Amazon shield which bears additional small shield. Screw post to reverse.
    Polish Army WW2 2nd Corps Exemplary Drivers numbered badge by F.M. Lorioli, Milano-Roma Fine scarce die-cast silver example, number 04346. on screw post with maker marked dished retaining nut. Crowned Polish eagle on steering whell. Designed by Pl. J. Brzoster.
    Polish Base Headquarters 2nd Polish Corps WW2 formation badge. Blue shield embroidered with silver wire Maid of Warsaw. A little service wear
    Polish Headquarters Command / Polish Troops in Middle East WW2 formation badge. A good scarce embroidered example. Blue shield embroidered with red castle turrets, white eagle etc..
    Polish Navy Officer’s rare WW2 bullion beret badge. A fine English made example. Safety pin sewn to reverse. Approx 3 cm high.
    Polish Repatriation Liaison Regiment 1945 formation sign. Fine scarce example, white embroidered on red felt shield.
    Polish WW2 1st Kadrowa Rifle Brigade by Collins, London Die-cast small size pinback example
    Polish WW2 4th "Scorpion" Armoured Regiment, 2nd Independent Armoured Brigade breast badge by Picchiani Barlacca, Roma. A fine rare black enamelled silver cross mounted with silvered Scorpion, numbered 570, on single screw post with dished retaining nut bearing maker's details. Raised in 1942 in the Middle East. Badge designed by Colonel J. Kowalczewski and Captain W. Kuzniarz.
    Polish WW2 4th "Scorpion" Armoured Regiment, 2nd Independent Armoured Brigade collar badges by S.A. Picchianie Barlacca, Firenze Rare white metal and painted enamel facing examples on screw posts complete with shaped backing plates and scallop edge retaining nuts. Some service wear and enamel loss.
    Polish WW2 5th Kresowy 2nd Corps Machine Gun Battalion breast badge. A fine scarce unmarked silvered example probably by Lorioli, Milano, Roma. Monte Cassino Cross mounted with wreath bearing “5” to the base; within the wreath, three bullets inscribed “CKM”. Single screw post to reverse retaining dished nut. Reverse impressed with issue number 699.
    Polish WW2 printed title & armbadge. Printed nationality title and Maid of Warsaw. Unissued
    Polish. 2nd Warsaw Armoured Division WW2 formation sign circa 1945. Fine scarce grey winged armed forearm grasping sword embroidered on light brown.
    Polish. 2nd Warsaw Armoured Division WW2 formation sign. Silver winged armoured arm grasping sword on khaki background. VGC Established in 1945.
    Polytechnic School Cadet Corps rare WW1 London cap badge. Die-stamped brass St. George and Dragon resting on title scroll. Slider to reverse Recognised in 1914 and affiliated to 12th London (Rangers).
    POPLAR. V.T.C scarce bronze WWI shoulder title. A fine die-stamped example on flat loops.
    Port Harcourt (Nigeria) Town Council Messenger Cap Badge. A gilt brass example with loops. GC.
    Port of London Authority Police scarce helmet plate. A good die stamped blackened example on three loops.
    Portsmouth Grammar School OTC brass cap badge. Die-stamped on loops. VGC (KK 2642)
    Portsmouth Grammar School OTC cap badge. A fine die-stamped brass example on loops. (KK 2642)
    Portsmouth Northern Grammar School OTC chromed cap badge. Die-stamped on loops. VGC (KK 2643)
    Portsmouth Police helmet plate A good scarce die-stamped white metal example on three loops. Crowned star mounted with laurel wreath and civic shield.
    Portugese Special Forces Commandos 1st type Beret Badge. A good brass and enamel example on single screw post fitting.
    Post 1953 British Army General's Cap. A good example tailored by Herbert Johnson of London. The scarlet cap band mounted with a bullion General's Cap Badge. The interior with leather sweatband and tailors stamp. Bullion dulled.
    Post Office Engineers 1915 Volunteer Training Corps rare bronze cap badge by JR Gaunt, London . A fine die-stamped example with die-cast title scroll, on loops. JR Gaunt, London tablet to reverse. (KK 1665)
    Pre 1914 British Army Colour Sergeants Crossed Union Flags Badge. A good example of coloured silks embroidered onto scarlet. Colours bright.
    Pre 1937 Royal Naval Pilot’s bullion Wings. A scarce pair of bullion pilot wings. GC
    Pre 1937 Royal Naval Pilot’s bullion Wings. A scarce pair of bullion pilot wings, of the pattern worn prior to the creation of the Fleet Air Arm. GC.
    Pre WW1 5 / RA / LANCASHIRE scarce white metal shoulder title. Retaining three loops to the reverse. GC. HQ was at Preston Lancashire.
    Pre WW2 Civil Air Guard lapel badge A good chrome & blue enamel example. Made by WO Lewis (Badges) Ltd., Birmingham. With buttonhole fitting. No damage to the enamel VGC Worn when in mufti. Formed in July 1938 by the Air Minister, Sir Kingsley Wood
    Pre WW2 Civil Air Guard Paper Badge. A scarce example, blue paper with maroon coloured letters C.A.G. Retaining original chrome "T" shaped pin. GC Formed in July 1938 by the Air Minister, Sir Kingsley Wood
    Pre WW2 Civil Air Guard Pilot's Wings An extremely rare pair of embroidered pilot's wings. Have been worn GC
    Pre WW2 Pattern RAF Pilots Wings Mess Kit. A King's Crown example gold bullion wire. Removed from uniform, little age wear GC
    Preston Constabulary silver bullion merit badge. A fine and scarce silver bullion on dark blue embroidered example. Within a laurel wreath, a padded strap inscribed “Preston Constabulary” encircling a Paschal Lamb. Beneath the wreath, a padded scroll inscribed “Merit”. Generally VGC
    Pretoria Highlanders die-stamped white metal glengarry badge. Retains both loops and remains in Good Condition. Ref: Owen 692
    Price’s School, Fareham OTC scarce Sussex white metal cap badge. Pristine die-cast example on loops. (KK 2645)
    Prince Albert\'s Own Leicestershire Yeomanry badge believed worn on the end of the valise behind the saddle. A fine rare die-stamped white metal hoop edged example with applied \"B 22\". Three loops to reverse.
    PRINCE ALFRED'S GUARD South African shoulder title. A good semi-circular brass example on three loops.
    Prince of Wales Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) OR’s helmet plate centre circa 1881-1914. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example retaining all four loops to reverse. (KK 331)
    Prince of Wales Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) OR’s helmet plate centre circa 1881-1914. A good die-stamped bi-metal example. White metal Sphinx on "Egypt" tablet within brass circlet inscribed “South Lancashire” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining three of four loops to reverse. (KK 331)
    Prince of Wales’s Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) WW1 all brass economy cap badge circa 1916-18. A fine die-stamped example on slider.
    Prince of Wale\' Volunteers South Lancashire Regiment Officer’s field service cap. A scarce example of regimental pattern by Conway Williams, London and Camberley. Dark blue curtain, body and peak. The front decorated with two gilt mounted regimental buttons, and a crimson cord boss mounted with a silvered Sphinx on “Egypt” tablet. To the left side, bullion embroidered Prince of Wales\' plumes. The crown of regimental facing colour, with bullion piping. The interior with cotton lining. Some moth damage to the edging and small moth holes. GC.
    Princess Mary Royal Air Force Nursing Service Officer’s Felt Hat. A rare Elizabeth II period Black felt hat example of regulation pattern. Four corners, complete with bullion cap badge. Cotton sweatband to the interior. GC service wear and one small repair, not effecting the appearance.
    Princess Mary’s Royal Air Force Nursing Service Armband. A scarce example of white cloth, with light blue embroidered device. Complete with brass studs.
    Punjab Light Horse rare die struck white metal cap badge. With original slider GC. (as Cox 2667)
    PWO Scinde Horse pair of Officer’s hallmarked silver collar badges by Gaunt A scarce facing pair on loops by JRG &S (Gaunt), one HM Birmingham 1935, the other 1945.
    PWO Yorkshire Regiment (Green Howards) Victorian / Edwardian OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1908.. A fine die-stamped example on loops. (KK 615)
    PWV South Lancashire Regiment pair of Officer’s collar badges. A fine silver and gilt pair on loops
    PWV South Lancashire Regiment OR’s beret badge. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example by JR Gaunt, London on slider.
    Qantas Airline Officer\'s Cap. A good example probably dating from the 1980\'s Has been worn clean condition. GC
    QO Dorset Yeomanry post 1920 OSD bronze cap badge. A fine die-cast example on blades with “The Great War” honour to base of wreath. (as KK 1446)
    QO Dorset Yeomanry post 1920 white metal cap badge. A fine die-stamped example on slider with “The Great War” honour to base of wreath. (as KK 1446)
    QO Royal West Kent Regiment Victorian valise badge. A good scarce large die-stamped brass example with four blades to reverse (one stamped 279).
    QO Worcestershire Yeomanry NCO’s arm badge. A good example being a die-stamped white metal sprig of pear blossom on loops (slightly pinched). Badge commemorates the giving of a sprig of pear blossom to every man of the Worcestershire IY on their departure for South Africa by the Countess of Dudley in 1900.
    QOOH Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars white metal shoulder title. A good example om loops. Winston Churchill served in this unit.
    QOR Staffordshire Yeomanry Cap Badge. A good die-stamped brass crowned Stafford Knot on slider. (KK 1412) Regiment used Victorian crown well into 20th century
    Quaker Friends War Victims Relief circular badge A rare example by T Fattorini, Bolton. Black and red compass rose superimposed on white enamel circlet “Friends War Victims Relief”. Buttonhole fitting to reverse. Good condition. From 1940 a new Friends War Victims Relief Committee, which, after 1943, became Friends Relief Service (FRS), operated in Great Britain, France, the Netherlands, Greece, Germany, Austria, and Poland. In 1945 it followed the Western Allies into war-torn Europe to bring relief to the suffering. The Friends Ambulance Unit, first founded in the First World War and revived in 1939, also joined in the relief program in the Middle East, India, China, and northwestern Europe, its work in China and India being continued later by Friends Service Units. The FAU operated independently of the Society of Friends and recruited both Quakers and non-Quakers - many pacifists and conscientious objectors of varied beliefs served in the units. (Courtesy of http://www.quaker.org.uk)
    Queen Alexandra’s Royal Naval Nursing Service cap badge. A fine scarce King's Crown bullion on white example for tropical wear.
    Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps WW1 OSD bronze collar badge by J.R. Gaunt London. A good die-cast example on loops. Formed as WAAC in March 1917, redesignated Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps when Her Majesty became Colonel-in-Chief on 9th April 1918.
    Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps WWI brass cap badge circa 1918 A good die-stamped brass example on slider. Formed as Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps in 1917, redesigned Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps when Her Majesty became Colonel-in-Chief in 1918, disbanded in 1919.
    Queen's & UN Korea War Medal Pair of Miniature Medals A good contemporary mounted pair as originally worn. Retaining pin fitting. GC.
    Queen's Bays (2nd Dragoon Guards) anodised cap badge circa 1953-59. A good scarce example on slider by JR Gaunt, London. VGC Amalgamated with King's Dragoon Guards in 1959 to form The Queen's Dragoon Guards
    Queen's Dragoon Guards Campaign Service Medal Clasp Northern Ireland. A good example awarded to 24192866 Tpr D. Raine QDG.
    Queen's Own Hussars Head-dress Badge by Firmin A fine silvered and gilt example on screw posts. Formed the 1st September 1993 from the amalgamation of The Queen’s Own Hussars and the Queen’s Royal Irish Hussars
    Queen's Own Hussars NCO's bullion arm badge A good example on blue cloth. Some service wear Formed 3rd November, 1958 at Candahar Barracks, Tidworth, Hampshire, from the amalgamation of 3rd The King's Own Hussars and 7th Queen's Own Hussars.
    Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment helmet plate centre circa 1881-1914. A good die-stamped bi-metal example. White Horse of Kent and motto scrolls within a circlet inscribed “West Kent” and ornamented with a laurel spray at the base. Three of four loops to reverse
    Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment helmet plate centre circa 1881-1914. A good die-stamped bi-metal example on four loops. White Horse of Kent and motto scrolls within a brass circlet inscribed “West Kent” and ornamented with a laurel spray at the base.
    Queen's Regiment Victorian Carte de Visite Photograph Circa 1880's A good clear example showing an Officer of the Regiment with forage cap with bullion cap badge. Photographer details of Johnson & Hoffmann Calcutta. Image clear Approx size 2 1/2 x 4 inches.
    Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment facing pair of OSD bronze collar badges. A good die-cast pair on loops.
    Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment WW2 Cap Badge Die-stamped brass Paschal Lamb on loops
    Queen's University, Belfast OTC Gold Anodised Cap Badge by Dowler Birmingham A good example on slider.
    Queen's University, Belfast OTC Silvered Anodised Cap Badge by Smith & Wright Ltd. A fine example on slider.
    Queens Bays Bullion Badge A good scarce bullion on black example
    Queens Own Buffs Campaign Service Medal Clasp Borneo Awarded to 23910626 Pte R Weekes Queens Own Buffs. GC remains mounted as worn The Queen’s Own Buffs was raised in March 1961 from the amalgamation of the two Kent Regiments. It was renamed in December 1966. The Regiment was deployed to Borneo for a six month tour of duty in June 1966
    Queens Own Oxfordshire Yeomanry Cavalry Tunic Button. A small size example by Prater & Son Charing Cross London. Complete with shank, wear to plating.
    Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment post 1881 Militia Bns. helmet plate. A good scarce ORs die-stamped example. White metal eight pointed star, the topmost point displaced by a Crown. On the star, within a laurel wreath, a circlet inscribed “West Surrey”, to the centre, the Paschal Lamb in gilt metal. Two of three loops to reverse. Crown reaffixed otherwise GC. HQ at Southport.
    Queen\'s Dragoon Guards NCO\'s wire embroidered arm badge. A very good unissued padded example. VGC.
    Queen\'s Own Dorset Yeomanry OR’s cap badge circa 1908-20. A fine die-stamped bronze example on slider. (KK 1445)
    Queen’s Division Band EIIR helmet plate. A good die-stamped anodised example of crowned star pattern bearing laurel wreath and mounted with detachable circlet “Queen’s Division”; crowned cold enamelled red and blue device to centre. Two loops to centre, three to star. Queen’s Division Band forrmed 1st August 1994.
    Queen’s Dragoon Guards anodised cap badge by Firmin,London A good example on slider
    Queen’s Own Buffs Campaign Service Medal, clasps “Borneo”, “Northern Ireland” A scarce example awarded to “24045334 Pte J.J. Brandon Queen’s Own Buffs”. Mounted as originally worn. With two heavy edge knocks. The Queen’s Own Buffs was raised in March 1961 from the amalgamation of the two Kent Regiments. It was renamed in December 1966. The Regiment was deployed to Borneo for a six month tour of duty in June 1966
    Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders OR’s glengarry badge. A good die-stamped white metal example o backing of regimental tartan. Loops to reverse. A good striking in fine condition.
    Queen’s Own Oxfordshire Hussars King\'s Crown Bronzed Cap Badge. A good die-stamped example, retaining loops. GC.
    Queen’s Own West Kent Yeomanry NCO’s arm badge. A very fine and scarce die-stamped white metal example on loops. The White Horse of Kent on “Invicta” scroll. (Cox 1332)
    Queen’s Own Worcestershire Yeomanry NCO’s arm badge. A fine die-stamped white metal example in the form of a pear blosso on loops. Badge commemorates the giving of a sprig of pear blossom to every man on their departure for South Africa by the Countess of Dudley in 1900
    Queen’s Regiment all brass WWI economy cap badge. A good example complete with slider GC.
    Queen’s Rifle Volunteer Brigade 1888-1901 glengarry badge. A good die-stamped blackened brass example. Two loops (one damaged) 1st Queen’s City of Edinburgh Rifle Volunteer Brigade redesignated Queen’s Rifle Volunteer Brigade in 1888.
    Queen’s Royal Surrey Regiment band pouch badge. A good scarce example comprising a cut silvered crowned star bearing gilt Paschal Lamb with red and white enamels to flag and torse. Replacement loops. Queen’s Royal Regt (West Surrey) amalgamated with the East Surrey Regt. on 14th October 1959.
    Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment All Brass Economy Cap Badge circa 1916-18. A good die-stamped brass example on slider. Spot of verdigris on scroll.
    Queen’s Royal West Surrey WW1 All Brass Economy Cap Badge. A fine die-stamped example on slider
    Queen’s West Surrey Regiment OR’s helmet plate centre circa 1881-1914.. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example on four loops. White metal Paschal Lamb within brass circlet inscribed “West Surrey” and ornamented with laurel spray at the base. (KK 293)
    Queen’s West Surrey Regiment pagri flash. A fine unissued example not yet finally trimed to shape. Black cloth diamond with small red felt rectangle to centre bearing white embroidered “QUEEN’S”.
    Queen’s West Surrey Regiment pagri flash. A good scarce example. Black cloth diamond with small red felt rectangle to centre bearing white embroidered “QUEEN’S”.
    Queen’s West Surrey Regiment post 1881 OR’s helmet plate centre. A fine die-stamped bi-metal example. White metal Paschal Lamb within circlet inscribed “West Surrey”and ornamented with laurel spray at the base; retaining all four loops to reverse. Very good condition. (KK 293)
    Queen’s Westminster & Civil Service Rifles post 1921 Officer’s OSD cap badge A fine scarce post die-cast blackened example on blades. Crowned Maltese cross, the arms inscribed with the Regiment’s honours, the centre bearing conjoined oval shields surmounted by a crown. One shield charged with portcullis and coronet, the other with Prince of Wales’ plumes. (as KK 1846)
    Queen’s Westminster Volunteers Victorian helmet plate. A good die-stamped blackened brass OR’s example with three loops to reverse. Very good condition.
    R Force scarce WW2 formation sign. White R embroidered on black shield. 21st Army Group deception unit. 125 See “Some Talk of Private Armies” by Len Whittaker, No. 49
    R. ANGLESEY brass Welsh Royal Militia Engineers shoulder title. A good example on flat hexagonal loops. Worn with separate RE above (not present).
    R. ANGLESEY scarce brass Welsh Royal Engineers shoulder title A good example retaining both flat loops. Worn with separate RE above. (Westlake 522)
    R. SUSSEX pair of WW2 shoulder titles. Black embroidered on khaki rectangles. Removed from uniform. Minor service wear
    R.A.D.C. pair of olive drab slip-on titles A good pair. Worn by Private Hitchcock, Army Dental Corps. ADC awarded the "Royal" prefix in November 1946 in recognition of its service in WW2
    R.A.D.C. Royal Army Dental Corps pair of olive drab Jungle Green slip-on titles A good pair as worn
    R.M.A. WW1 Period Royal Marine Artillery Brass Shoulder Titles. Each example on two loops and retaining backing plates.
    R.M.E. rare WWI Royal Marine Engineers slip-on shoulder title. White embroidered on khaki. Canvas tape to reverse. GC
    R.N.V.R. / A.A.C. very rare 1914-16 WW1 hand-cut brass shoulder title. A rare short-lived example retaining one of two loops. Control of the Anti-Aircraft Corps passed from the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve to the Royal Naval Air Service in January 1916
    R.T.C. "A" cloth badge dated 2nd May 1927 Rare white on black embroidered example.
    R1 / DIY (R. 1st Devon IY) scarce brass title. Minor pitting on one end. Two of three loops remain. GC
    RAChD Jewish Chaplain’s post 1953 dress cap badge. A fine quality die-cast gilt example with applied silvered Star of David and blue enamel centre. One of two loops to reverse otherwise excellent.
    RADIO SEAC rare WW2 embroidered shoulder title. A good bullion on black with red blanket stitching to edge. Removed from uniform.
    RADNOR / 1 cloth 2nd phase Welsh Home Guard designation circa 1952-57. . White embroidered on red.
    RAF / Army Air Corps Combat Flying Clothing Combination. A scarce set of combat aircrew clothing. Jacket with large issue label confirming issue period 1998. ... Flying combat trousers, with knee pad and braces. Near unissued condition. (2 items)
    RAF / Hong Kong Air Cadets Officer's Cap Badge. A good rare example, retaining original cap band.
    RAF 1918 Officer\'s Khaki Tunic Cuff Eagles and Crowns A rare pair of crowned gilt eagles, as worn as a pair with screwposts to reverse. Both are curved retaining backing plates. GC. Worn on the 1918 1st pattern RAF Khaki service dress tunic.
    RAF 1918Other Ranks red on black embroidered cap badge. A very clean padded example. Red embroidery, with original black wak paper backing. VGC. Introduced on the creation of the RAF in April 1918 and worn for a short time before the introduction of the metal RAF cap badge
    RAF 1920's Early 1930's Observer's Brevet A good scarce early interwar period flat example, that has been worn. Length 7cm VGC
    RAF 1920s Hendon Flying Display Tickets. A scarce selection of entry tickets for serving personal. Comprising: round tickets for 1927, 1928, 1929. Also a large ticket for 1926. GC.
    RAF 1930 Pattern Flying Helmet. A rare 1936 dated issued example, retaining original ear covering for gosport tubes. Brown leather outer with internal elasticated back strap. The inter with leather lining and clear AM Size 3 issue label. Slight wear, internal rubber padding crumbled.
    RAF 1930 Pattern, 1937 Dated Leather Flying Helmet. A very good scarce example of chrome brown leather, with elasticated rear panel with goggle strap. Padded ear sections and leather chinstrap, this with leather covered securing buckle. Chamois leather lining with brown velvet forehead panel. The crown with linen issue label dated 1937 Size 3. Ink stamped crowned “AM”. VGC.
    RAF 1930's Early WW2 Pilots Wings. A good padded pair, retaining orginal paper backing. GC Have been worn.
    RAF 1930’s / WW2 Indian Far East made Pilot’s Wings. An impressive large padded pair retaining original backing cloth and brass backing plate with pin. VGC
    RAF 1930’s Indian made Pilot’s Wings. An impressive large pair of Pilots Wing's, probably made during his service on the North west Frontier during the 1930's GC.
    RAF 1935 Hendon Flying Display Programme. An original programme with cover. Full of illustrations and adverts. Some wear. .... Accompanied by an example for the 1936 Air Display at Hendon. Cover absent (2 items)
    RAF 1946 Diary, This is an unused example. Giving details of RAF aircraft, RAF Badges, theory of flight etc. GC Clean condition.
    RAF 1947 Pattern Bullion Signaller's Brevet. A rare example. Padded with bullion embroidery. GC.
    RAF 1947 Pattern Uniform Navigator\'s Gold Bullion Brevet. A rare example of the short lived pattern (1947-1951). Flat gold bullion onto blue material, retaining original black wax paper backing. VGC.
    RAF 1947 Pattern Uniform Observer\'s Gold Bullion Brevet. A very rare example of the short lived pattern (1947-1951). Flat gold bullion onto blue material, retaining original black wax paper backing. VGC.
    RAF 1950\'s / 1960\'s Pilots Wings. A good padded pair, retaining original paper backing. GC.
    RAF 1960's / 1970's Padded Pilots Wings. A good padded pair retaining original backing cloth GC.
    RAF 1960's Period Pilot Wings. A good set of padded Elizabeth II period wings. Retaining black canvas backing. Have been worn GC
    RAF 1960's Period Pilots Wings. A Good Padded example, retaining black cloth backing GC
    RAF 1960\'s Period Pilot Wings. A good set of padded Elizabeth II period wings. Retaining black canvas backing. GC
    RAF 230 OCU Squadron Badge. This King's crown badge, now with moth nips to the edge. .... Accompanied by a Royal Air Force Coastal Command Blazer badge.
    RAF 603 City of Edinburgh Bomber Squadron piper’s headdress badge circa 1933-57. A rare die-stamped brass example with two loops to reverse. Very good condition. See “Scottish Regimental Badges 1793-1971” by W & K Bloomer No.343
    RAF 617 (Dambuster) Sqd Cold War Period Original Pilots Notes for the Canberra B2. A good example,the front with ink inscription for 617 Squadron. Complete with pull out illustrations etc. has been used 617 Squadron operated the Canberra B2 bomber from January 1952 until April 1955. This copy not to be confused with the RAF Museum Hendon reprints.
    RAF 617 (Dambuster) Sqd Cold War Period Original Pilots Notes for the Canberra B6. A good example,the front with ink inscription for 617 Squadron. Complete with pull out illustrations etc. has been used 617 Squadron operated the Canberra B6 bomber from February to December 1955 only. This copy not to be confused with the RAF Museum Hendon reprints.
    RAF 617 Dambuster Squadron Flying Suit Badge A good example, probably dating from the early post war period. Has been worn GC.
    RAF 627 Squadron Wire Embroidered Badge. A good large example, possibly for a blazer. the reverse with original tailor's label of British Embroidery Works Camp Karachi. GC. 627 Squadron was formed in November 1943 and disbanded in October 1945. During this time it operated the De Havilland Mosquito on low level Pathfinder missions. It flew from RAF Woodhall Spa, along with 617 Dambuster Squadron.
    RAF A Pattern Flying Helmet. A very good example of polished brown soft leather example. The interior with an AID ink stamp. Near unissued condition.
    RAF Air Electronics Aircrew Brevet. A scarce early example of the brevet Circa 1960\'s-70\'s. Padded retaining original blackl backing. VGC This brevet was introduced in 1963 and replaced the Signallers brevet. It continued to be used until 2003. The construction and style of this brevet indicates an early example of the type. smr
    RAF Air Gunner's 1923-39 winged bullet brass arm badge. A scarce example with three loops to the reverse GC. Superseded by AG brevet introduced in 1939, however it is common to see this badge worn by Air Gunners during the Battle of France and up to mid 1940
    RAF Air Gunners Mess Dress Bullion Brevet. A good early post war padded example. Gold bullion of blue backing. GC.
    RAF Air Gunner’s 1923-39 scarce winged bullet brass arm badge. Die-stamped. Three loops to reverse. GC Superseded by AG brevet introduced in 1939,
    RAF Air Gunner’s 1923-39 winged bullet brass arm badge. A scarce example with three loops to the reverse GC. Superseded by AG brevet introduced in 1939,
    RAF Air Gunner’s 1923-39 winged bullet brass arm badge. A good die-stamped example on three loops complete with backing plate.erse. Superseded by AG brevet introduced in 1939.
    RAF Air Gunner’s winged bullet arm badge circa 1923-39. A good die stamped brass example on three loops. Superseded by the AG brevet introduced in 1939.
    RAF Air Ministry Fire Service Lapel Badge. A gilt and enamel example. Please note crude repair to the pin.
    RAF Air Officers Cap. A good early Elizabeth II Period example tailored by Bates of London. Complete with bullion oak leaf decoration to the peak (small part frayed see photograph) and Air Officer Rank pattern cap badge. The interior with tailors stamp and retaining leather sweatband. This with minor stitching faults. GC.
    RAF Air Officer\'s post 1953 sword billet. A fine rare gilt example with dark blue leather. Gilt fresh Near VGC. This pattern worn only by Officers above the rank of Air Commodore.
    RAF Air Officer\'s sword billet circa 1920\'s-52. A fine rare gilt example with dark blue leather. Gilt fresh Near VGC. This pattern worn only by Officers above the rank of Air Commodore.
    RAF Air Quartermaster Aircrew Brevet. A padded example with original black cloth backing material VGC.
    RAF Air Quartermaster Aircrew Brevet. A scarce example of the aircrew brevet adopted by the RAF in 1950 and replaced by the Load Master brevet in 1970. This padded example is constructed in the earlier style, with black canvas backing VGC
    RAF Air Quartermaster Aircrew Brevet. A scarce example of the aircrew brevet adopted by the RAF in 1950 and replaced by the Load Master brevet in 1970. This padded example is constructed in the earlier style, with black canvas backing VGC smr
    RAF Air Training Corps 168 (City of Leeds) Squadron Badges A good matching pair of the early style. Have been worn GC.
    RAF Air Training Corps Cadet Forces Medal. A good example awarded to "Act Flt Lt R.J.H. Cox RAFVR(T). GC.
    RAF Air Training Corps Glider Pilot Wings. Two styles of the Glider pilot wings. GC
    RAF Air Training Corps Observer Corps Long Service Pair of Medals. A scarce combination, comprising: Cadet Forces Medal (EIIR) \"W.O. R.G.J. Wilson ATC\", Royal Observer Corps Medal (EIIR) \"Observer R.G.J. Wilson\". Mounted as originally worn GC. Unusual to find a Cadet Forces Medal awarded to a Warrant Officer as the majority of W.O\'s recieved commissions.
    RAF Aircrew 1 1947-1950 Rank Badge. A good and scarce example embroidered onto light blue backing. GC.
    RAF Aircrew 1 1947-1950 Rank Badge. A good and scarce example embroidered onto light blue backing. GC
    RAF Aircrew Cadet 1947-1950 Rank Badge. A good example embroidered onto light blue backing. Retaining original paper backing to the reverse. GC.
    RAF Aircrew Emergency Rations MK4. This tin is complete with original sweets and handle so the tin can be used as a cooking pot. Packed April 1999. VGC.
    RAF Aircrew Flying Gloves. An unissued pair of white soft leather flying gloves of current pattern. Complete with original plastic bag with issue details. VGC.
    RAF Aircrew II 1947-1950 Pair of Rank Badge. A good and scarce matching pair as worn. Embroidered onto light blue backing. Retaining original paper backing to the reverse GC.
    RAF Aircrew II 1947-1950 Rank Badge. A good example embroidered onto light blue backing. Retaining original paper backing to the reverse. GC.
    RAF Aircrew II 1947-1950 Rank Badge. A good example embroidered onto light blue backing. Retaining original paper backing to the reverse. GC. small moth nip
    RAF Aircrew Log Book Form 1767 Revised June 1977. An unused example. Condition: GC
    RAF Aircrew Oxygen Mask Tube A good post WW2 example, rubber remains supple. can be used with the G type Mask and later H type
    RAF Aircrew Oxygen Mask Tube A good post WW2 example, rubber remains supple. can be used with the G type Mask and later H type
    RAF Aircrew Radio Connector Type 3518. A post WW2 example, been adapter for the wireless headset. Complete with WW2 Jack Plug and socket to take post war smaller plug. Retaining original label
    RAF Apprentices Arm Badge. A good die-cast brass example.
    RAF Apprentices Brass Arm Badge. A good example, with no fittings as issued. GC.
    RAF Apprentices Brass Arm Badge. A good example, with no fittings as issued. GC.
    RAF Avro Anson Mk 19 & 21 Original Pilots Notes. This is a 3rd Edition published October 1959. Complete with fold out photographs GC.
    RAF Battle of Britain Fighter Pilots Outstanding Medal Ribbon Bar & Pilots Wings. The Pilot Wings and uniform medal bar of Air Vice Marshal H. Bird-Wilson CBE DSO DFC & Bar, AFC & Bar. The pilots wings are padded with pin fitting to the reverse. The medal group is mounted in a block with press stud fittings to the reverse. Accompanied by a original hand written letter dated January 1984 and states \"As promised I enclose a set of my medal ribbons and my wings\". Both wings and ribbons have been worn. Also a modern photograph in Air Officer uniform. Air Vice Marshal H. Bird-Wilson CBE DSO DFC & Bar, AFC & Bar joined the RAF in 1937. Posted to 17 Squadron he saw action during the Battle of France and Battle of Britain. On the day he was awarded the DFC he was shot down by Major Adolph Galland of JG26, bailing out with severe burns. He later returned to operational flying and was awarded the DSO in 1945. He died in 2000.
    RAF Brampton cloth badge. Yellow embroidered on black rectangle.
    RAF brass Royal Air Force shoulder title A good scarce cast inter-war years example on integral flat loops
    RAF British War Medal. A good example awarded to “219147 2AM G.E. Pitkin RAF”
    RAF Bullion PIlots Wings. A good padded pair, retaining black cotton backing cloth. Have been worn GC.
    RAF Campaign Service Medal Long Service Pair of Medals. Awarded to K5060048 Sgt T.G. Finlay RAF. Comprising: Campaign Service Medal, clasp South Arabia, (Cpl RAF), RAF Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (Sgt). GC.
    RAF Chaplains Rank Slide Fine scarce example representing a Wing Commander with embroidered Chaplains branch device.
    RAF Circa 1918 -Early 1920's Pair of Pillots Wings. A scarce early style pair of flat wings. This pair with some age wear.
    RAF Cold War 1960's NBC Aircrew Oxygen / Gas Mask. A rare early example of black rubber with full face cover and small patter mike to left side. Complete with hose and jack plug. Clear makers stamp and date 1965. VGC
    RAF Cold War MK2 Flying Suit. A superb example of the type. Heavy blue canvas material, complete with waistbelt. The interior with large label and issue date 1962. Some of the pockets retain notes etc from last used. Near unissued condition.
    RAF Cold War Officer's Cap. A good clean example tailored by Bates of London. Complete with bullion Cap Badge and leather sweatband to the interior. GC. Small moth hole to peak not effecting overall appearance.
    RAF Cold War Oxygen Mask. A good and scarce example of the A-13 A/2 Pressure Demand Oxygen Mask, green rubber, complete with electrics, hose and harness. Rubber remains in good supple condition. Please note damage to the hose. see photograph. GC
    RAF Cold War Oxygen Mask. A good and scarce example of the A-13 A/2 Pressure Demand Oxygen Mask, green rubber, complete with electrics, hose and harness. Rubber remains in good supple condition VGC.
    RAF Cold War Period 1948 War Service Battledress Blouse. A scarce example example of the post war pattern. This example worn by a Pilot Officer, black Kings crown buttons to the breast pockets. The interior with original 1948 date. Clean Condition.
    RAF Cold War Period Air Electronics Aircrew Brevet. A scarce early example of the brevet Circa 1960\'s-70\'s. Padded retaining original black backing. VGC This brevet was introduced in 1963 and replaced the Signallers brevet. It continued to be used until 2003. The construction and style of this brevet indicates an early example of the type.
    RAF Cold War Period Air Marshal Slip on Rank Slides. These slides are attributed to Air Marshal Sir Reginald E W Harland, KBE, CB, AE's. For use on the jumper. VGC. For biographical details see the uniform listing of Air Marshal Sir Reginald E W Harland, KBE, CB, AE's
    RAF Cold War Period Air Quartermaster Aircrew Brevet. A scarce early example of the aircrew brevet adopted by the RAF in 1950 and replaced by the Load Master brevet in 1970. This padded example is constructed in the earlier style, with black canvas backing VGC
    RAF Cold War Period Aircrew H Type Oxygen Mask. A very good example, complete with harness and fitted with the small size microphone. Makers date of January 1964 present. Rubber supple GC.
    RAF Cold War Period Aircrew Pilots Knee Board. This metal knee board retains original pad of RAF Form 433, which is designed to record flight details. Printed code date of December 1953. Various issue stamps and complete with web leg straps. GC.
    RAF Cold War Period Aircrew Wiring Adapter. A scarce adapter enabling the WW2 pattern jack plug to fit into the post war flying helmet wiring loom. Remains supple. GC Scarce.
    RAF Cold War Period Attributed Flying Helmet & Mask A very worn example of the post WW2 combination. Blue canvas flying helmet complete with electrics. Size 2. Complete with a H type oxygen mask, this being the WW2 pattern with large mike (4/61 April 1961) Both parts with the ink name W/O Wiliams. Rubber very supple and good.
    RAF Cold War Period Attributed Pilots Wings. These wings are attributed to Air Marshal Sir Reginald E W Harland, KBE, CB, AE's. for use on the Tropical uniform (Full size) and the smaller mess dress. ... Accompanied by his EIIR period RAF Officers Cap badge. GC For biographical details see the uniform listing of Air Marshal Sir Reginald E W Harland, KBE, CB, AE's
    RAF Cold War Period Bone Dome Flying helmet Bag. A good example of the soft material carrying bag complete with handles, probably 1970's early 80's period
    RAF Cold War Period British Silk Escape map. Double sided example titled Uralsk and Chkalov. Unused Condition VGC
    RAF Cold War Period Flying Helmet A good worn example of the post WW2 blue canvas flying helmet, complete with electrics. Size 2. Worn
    RAF Cold War Period Flying Helmet & Mask A good example of the post WW2 combination. Green canvas flying helmet complete with electrics. Size 2. Complete with a H type oxygen mask (2/67 February 1967). GC some wear to the chin strap and two paint splashes to the leather pads (see photograph) Has been worn VGC.
    RAF Cold War Period Flying Helmet & Mask A very good near unissued example of the post WW2 combination. Green canvas flying helmet complete with electrics. Size 3. Complete with a H type oxygen mask (4/72 April 1972). The interior with ink name S/L Owen. Near VGC near unissued condition
    RAF Cold War Period Flying Helmet & Throat Mike A good example of the post WW2 combination. Blue canvas flying helmet complete with electrics. Size 2. Complete with throat mike, lead and jack plug. GC. Has been worn
    RAF Cold War Period Flying Hemet and Oxygen Mask. RAF Cold War Period Attributed Flying Helmet & Mask A worn example of the post WW2 combination. Blue canvas flying helmet complete with electrics. Size 3. Complete with a H type oxygen mask, (2/65 February 1965) Helmet with the ink name F/Lt Marsh. Rubber very supple and good. Minor cracking to strap retainer of the mask, damage to screw post for tube.
    RAF Cold War Period G Type Flying Helmet & G Type Mask. A very good clean example of the post WW2 combination. Blue canvas flying helmet complete with electrics. Size 3. Complete with a H type oxygen mask (3/65 March 1965). This in very good, near unissued condition. Has been worn VGC.
    RAF Cold War Period H Type Blue cloth Flying Helmet. This is a used example complete with electrics and ear pads. Overall GC. some service wear.
    RAF Cold War Period H Type Oxygen Mask. A good example, dated January 1976, size small. Complete with harness, this fitted with hooks. Rubber remains soft and supple with no cracks.
    RAF Cold War Period H Type Oxygen Mask. A good example, dated April 1959, size Large. Complete with harness, this fitted with hooks. Rubber remains soft and supple with no cracks.
    RAF Cold War Period MK I Aircrew Bone Dome 24 Squadron. A good example with silver finish, this having painted N24 SQD to the side. Complete with tinted visor, this in running order and chin strap. The interior with original label and harness. Size 2. Has been worn GC.
    RAF Cold War Period Navigators Case. A good slightly used example of the blue canvas and black leather case. Overall GC.
    RAF Cold War Period Navigator\'s Group Captain Tunic. A good example of the standard RAF service dress tunic, as worn by a Group Captain during the early reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Complete with rank lace to the cuff, Navigator\'s brevet and medal ribbons of the Defence Medal and War Medal. Retaining anodised buttons. Good clean condition, some mothing to the back.
    RAF Cold War Period Officer\'s Cap. A good example tailored by Herbert Johnson of London Circa 1960\'s. Good size three small moth nips. GC.
    RAF Cold War Period Official Publication Silhouettes of Aircraft. This pocket folder was published in November 1953. Shows a large amount of outlines of aircraft. GC.
    RAF Cold War Period Original Pilots Notes for the Meteor IV. A good example, printed in October 1947. Complete with pull out illustrations etc. Near VGC This copy not to be confused with the RAF Museum Hendon reprints.
    RAF Cold War Period Original Pilots Notes for the Viking II A good example, printed in September 1947. Complete with pull out illustrations etc. Near VGC Have been used This copy not to be confused with the RAF Museum Hendon reprints.
    RAF Cold War Period Oxygen Mask Tube A good supple example, retaining attachments to both ends and spring clip. GC.
    RAF Cold War Period Rare Type H1/A Oxygen Mask A superb unissued example of the mask fitted with metal suspension bar, for use with the early marks of Bonedomes. Dated March 1967, size Large. VGC.
    RAF Cold War Period Rare Type H1/A Oxygen Mask A superb unissued example of the mask fitted with metal suspension bar, for use with the early marks of Bonedomes. Dated February 1962, This example of the mask is the WW2 pattern having provision for the large mike that has never been . VGC.
    RAF Cold War Period Survival Items. Comprising: Bright Yellow peaked cap, cotton material, with simulated leather sweatband. .... Jungle Survival paper book. (June 1951)... Desert Survival (May 1954). Some age wear. (3 items)
    RAF Cold War RAF Scampton 617 & 27 Vulcan Bomber Squadrons Flying Kit. This grouping of items are attributed to Group Captain Jack Fennell MBE AFC, who is believed to have served as Station Commander of RAF Scampton during the early 1970's. Comprising: Mk7 Flying Suit, retaining original insignia of: Pilots Wings, Group Captain rank, squadron badges of 617 Dambuster Squadron and 27 Squadron. Knee pad remains present, as well as the scabbard for the aircrew knife. GC few white marks to the lower legs of the suit. .... MK I Aircrew Bone Dome with silver finish and tinted visor. The interior with ink name Gp Capt Fennell. GC clean condition. In the early 1970s RAF Scampton based both these squadrons which operated the Avro Vulcan. As Station Commander Fennell would be able to wear both Squadron badges. He had also served with 203 Squadron between 1966 and 1968.
    RAF Cold WW2 / War Period Original Pilots Notes for the Airspeed Oxford A good example, printed in May 1951. Complete with pull out illustrations etc. Near VGC Minor use This edition not to be confused with the RAF Museum Hendon reprints.
    RAF De Havilland Airscrew Pilots Notes. A good clean example, retaining original covers and fold out illustrations. Near VGC.
    RAF Dental Branch Officers Gilt Collar Badges. A fine bright gilt pair on loops
    RAF Early WW2 Officer\'s Field Service Side Cap. A good early war example with light coloured thread stitching. Complete with original buttons and two piece cap badge. the interior with label and faint ink name. Overall GC small amount of wear.
    RAF Early WW2 Pattern Officers Cap by Alkit A very good example of the style associated with the early part of WW2. Light coloured stitching to the welt of the crown. Complete with bullion cap badge and leather chinstrap. The interior with leather sweatband and quilted cotton lining. Also with tailors label. Size 7 paper label. VGC clean condition no moth
    RAF Elizabeth II Period Officer\'s Cap Badge. A good bullion example. GC
    RAF Fire Service Steel Helmet. A rare issue example of the 1944 pattern steel helmet used during the 1970\'s by the RAF Fire Department. Original yellow painted finish, with transfer to the front. The interior with original strap and lining. This dated 1975 with MOD issue stamps. GC.
    RAF First Aid Pack for Aircraft and Life-Raft. A good example, has been opened and is empty. GC.
    RAF Flight Engineer Bullion Mess Brevet A good padded example, with gold bullion wire. Original black wax cotton backing. VGC
    RAF Flight Lieutenant KD Shoulder Straps. A good clean pair of the pattern worn with the KD tunic.
    RAF Flight Lieutenant KD Shoulder Straps. A good clean pair of the pattern worn with the KD tunic. Complete with King\'s Crown buttons. GC.
    RAF Flight Lieutenant Shoulder Straps. A good pair of the pattern worn with the tropical mess Kit. Clean condition.
    RAF Flight Lieutenant Shoulder Straps. Pre 1953 A good pair of the pattern worn with the tropical mess Kit. Clean condition, with bullion King Crown devices. Complete with buttons. GC.
    RAF Flying Helmet Oxygen Mask Attachment Clip. A good example used to attach the oxygen mask harness to the C type and cloth flying helmets
    RAF Form 4255 Pilot Navigation Log Card. Nine unused examples, printed to both sides. Good Clean condition.
    RAF General Service Medal Clasp Cyprus. A good example awarded to 4066223 SAC R.H. Brooks RAF. GC.
    RAF General Service Medal, clasp \"Palestine\". A good pre WW2 example awarded to \"541255 A.C.2 T. Potts RAF\" GC
    RAF Group Captain\'s Cap Hong Kong Tailor A good Elizabeth II period example, with a row of gold bullion oak leaves to the peak and complete with Officer\'s pattern Cap Badge. The interior with sweatband and Hong Kong tailor\'s details. GC clean condition.
    RAF Halton Apprentices 85th Entry 1957 Lapel Badge. A scarce gilt and enamel example, with pin fitting. The 85th Entry began in 1957 and passed out in 1959. From 410 Boys only 179 passed out.
    RAF HM Aircraft Apprentices cloth badge. Large embroidered example bearing eagle and "75" to centre. Worn but good condition.
    RAF India S.C. Club Badge. An unusual pre 1947 badge, possibly for the RAF India Comand Ski Club ?. GC.
    RAF Inter War Full Dress Observer\'s Gold Bullion Brevet. A rare example of the full dress pattern (1920-1939). Padded gold bullion onto blue material, retaining original black wax cotton backing. VGC.
    RAF Inter War North West Frontier India RAF Pilots Wings. A superb superior made pair of padded Pilots Wings, these with a leather backing. VGC.
    RAF Inter war North West Frontier Period Pilots Wings. A scarce pair of locally made padded pilots wings. Retaining original black cloth backing and pin fitting for KD shirt. Good Condition
    RAF Inter war North West Frontier Period Pilots Wings. A scarce pair of locally made flat pilots wings. Retaining original black cloth backing Good Condition
    RAF Inter War Period Full Dress Bullion Pilots Wings. A good worn pair embroidered in gold bullion and coloured silk threads. Worn on the RAF full dress uniform.
    RAF Inter War Period Pilots Wings. Condition: GC
    RAF Inter War Period Pilots Wings. A good early pair of the style associated with service on the North West Frontier during the 1920s 1930s. This pair of good quality, padded with original white cloth backing material. GC. Have been worn.
    RAF Inter War Period Pilots Wings. A good scarce flat pair, probably made in India during the 1930s. Evidence of press studs having being fitted to the reverse GC.
    RAF Inter War Pilots Wings North West Frontier. A good classic inter war India example, retaining pin fitting. Have been worn.
    RAF Interest 1969 Battle of Britain Film Cards. A selection of 13 cards (one of Heinkels in flight not shown). Printed by A&BC Chewing Gum Ltd and coincided with the release of the film. Some minor wear.
    RAF Interwar Embroidered Shoulder Eagle A very good example. Has been worn
    RAF Interwar Full Dress Gold Bullion Collar Embroidery. A pair of gold bullion oak leaf embroidered panels removed from the collar of the pre war uniform. GC.
    RAF Interwar Full Dress Uniform Bullion Pilots Wings. An elegant early style padded pair. Retaining black paper backing. Have been worn. GC.
    RAF Interwar Period Large RAF Crest Badge. An unusual large size sand cast RAF crest Badge, with three loops to the reverse. VGC. Height 2 1/2 inches. Possibly an Indian Mess Servant Badge or a Band Badge.
    RAF Interwar Pilots Wings. A good quality locally made pair of Pilots Wings Probably made on the North West Frontier during the late 1920's, 1930's. Padded retaining original black cloth backing and original pin fitting Moth nips to the edge of the wings GC
    RAF Issue 1907 Pattern Bayonet. A rare example. The blade with issue stamps, the hilt with two piece wooden grip, the pommel with clear RAF issue stamps. Complete with leather a steel mounted scabbard. GC Clean condition.
    RAF Issue Campaign Service Medal Northern Ireland This example was awarded to \"SAC M. Elsdon (F8414718) RAF\" Contained in original forwarding box. VGC
    RAF KD Middle East Pattern Rank Slides Badges. A good pair of Cold War period KD slip on rank slides worn by a Squadron Leader. GC.
    RAF Large PTI (Physical Training Instructor) arm badge A good die-stamped brass example on loops
    RAF Late WW1 Early 1920's Style Pilots Wings. A very good pair of the early style, probably worn by a Pilot on the North West Frontier of India. The back with a full brass backing plate with pin fitting. VGC.
    RAF Late WW2 / Cold War Period Beadon Flying Suit Escape Bag. A rare and very clean example of the escape bag issued with the Beadon Flying suit. Grey gabardine material complete with web straps. VGC.
    RAF Late WW2 / Cold War Period Beadon Flying Suit Escape Bag. A rare and very clean example of the escape bag issued with the Beadon Flying suit. Grey gabardine material complete with web straps. VGC.
    RAF Long Service GSM, CSM Long Service Group of Three. Awarded to “L3103594 Sgt C.J. Perry RAF” All medals with the rank Sgt. GC “Arabian Peninsula” clasp loose, to GSM
    RAF Mae West
    RAF Malcolm Clubs Bullion Beret Badge. A scarce example, with gold bullion eagle and red embroidered title "Malcolm Clubs" GC Service Wear. Malcolm clubs were opened on RAF Stations, originally in North Africa and were named after named after Wing Commander Hugh Malcolm VC.
    RAF Marksman Khaki Drill Badge. A rare example of red embroidered onto KD material GC has been worn.
    RAF Master Aircrew Brass Rank Badge. A good post 1953 example complete with loops.
    RAF MKVII Flying Goggles Flip S