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A 3rd pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed, the crest of the Prince Consort with scroll South Africa 1900-02 scroll. KK1424: Early 1950s Condition: Good to VGC
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(2nd) South Middlesex Rifle Volunteers A other ranks die-stamped blackened brass helmet plate with 3 loops to reverse. Circa 1878-1901 Condition: VGC
(The Queen's Own) Royal West Kent Regiment A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. On March 1st 1961, the regiment was amalgamated with the Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) to form the Queen's Own Buffs, The Royal Kent Regiment. KK668: Circa 1896-1954 Condition: Good to VGC
(The Queen's Own) Royal West Kent Regiment A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. On March 1st 1961, the regiment was amalgamated with the Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) to form the Queen's Own Buffs, The Royal Kent Regiment. KK668: Circa 1896-1954 Condition:GC
(The Queen's Own) Royal West Kent Regiment A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with letters on brass slider to reverse. On March 1st 1961, the regiment was amalgamated with the Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) to form the Queen's Own Buffs, The Royal Kent Regiment. KK668: Circa 1896-1954 Condition:GC
1 Artillery Group Royal Artillery A printed rams head in white with black markings on a square of red. Condition: Good to VGC
105th (Madras Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot A scarce Victorian other ranks die-stamped brass collar badge of the 105th Regiment of foot later to become the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, this example is fitted with a pin and clasp fixing. Churchill 1389: Circa 1876-1881 Condition: GC
107th Corps Engineer Regiment A blue felt rectangle with embroidered yellow design with markings and LANCASHIRE FORTRESS in black in centre a white arm with again yellow and black design. Condition: Good to VGC
10th (County of London) Bn The London Regt (Paddington Rifles) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with the Tower from the seal of the Borough Hackney with (High ground). Churchill 1947: Circa 1912-1937 Condition: GC
10th Anti-Aircraft Division A printed badge of a black lions head outlined and marked in white upon a black and white torse upon a khaki square. The unit was formed in November 1940 and was responsible for the defence of East Yorkshire and the Humber estuary, including Hull, disbanded in October. Condition: GC Removed from uniform
10th Armoured Division A embroidered example of the white rhino with white oval ring embroidered on black felt. Condition: GC
10th Armoured Division A printed example of the white rhino with white oval ring printed on black background. Condition: GC
10th County of London Battalion (Hackney) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with slider to reverse (Low Tide). The slider on this item has been replaced KK1832: Post 1908 Condition: GC
10th London Regiment (Hackney) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with the Tower from the seal of the Borough Hackney with (High Tide). Churchill 1947:KK1833: Circa 1912-1937 Condition: Good to VGC
10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles A other ranks die stamped white-metal example with two loops to reverse. Post 1949: Condition VGC
10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles A die-stamped chromed example with two loops to reverse. Condition: Pristine
10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles A die-cast silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM. KK2086 Condition: Pristine
10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own) A other ranks die-cast brass shoulder title with two lugs to reverse. Westlake 117: Pre 1969 Condition: GC
10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with 3 lug points to reverse, coronet and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK765: Post 1898 Condition: GC no lugs
10th Royal Hussars (Princes of Wales Own) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing hole to reverse of coronet, scroll and coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. The Regiment was first formed as Dragoons in 1715 being redesignated a Hussar Regiment in 1806. POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER KK765: Post 1902 Condition: Good to VGC
113th Assault Engineer Regiment A blue felt circle with a yellow embroidered wheat-sheaf with yellow letters below spelling CHESHIRE Condition: VGC Condition: GC
115th Construction Regiment Royal Engineers A red square with blue numerals Condition: GC
116th Engineer Regiment Royal Engineers A red felt rectangle with a white bridge embroidered across its length. Condition: Pristine
11th (Royal Militia Island of Jersey) Bn The Hampshire Regiment A scarce die-struck gilding-metal badge with slider to reverse. A Shield bearing the Arms of Jersey on a Saltire with a Imperial Crown above. KK2021: Pre 1946 Condition: Good to VGC
11th (Royal Militia Island of Jersey) Bn The Hampshire Regiment A scarce die-struck gilding-metal badge with slider to reverse. A Shield bearing the Arms of Jersey on a Saltire with a Imperial Crown above. KK2021: Pre 1946 Condition: GC Polishing to high points
11th Armoured Division A black bull with red horns front hoves and eyes on a yellow woven cloth. Formed 1941. Fought in Operations Market Garden, Overlord and the Battle of the Bulge. Circa: Post 1941 Condition: VGC
11th Armoured Division A black bull with red horns front hoves and eyes on a yellow felt. Formed 1941. Fought in Operations Market Garden, Overlord and the Battle of the Bulge. (This item has a regimental number on the back). Circa: Post 1941 Condition: VGC
11th County of London Battalion A other ranks die-stamped blackened-brass badge with a brass slider to reverse. KK1834: Post 1916 Condition: VGC
11th Engineer Group A embroidered red diamond with two blue diagonal bars and a white spearhead to centre. Condition: Removed from uniform Good to VGC
11th Hussars A scarce Victorian/Edwardian period other ranks die-struck gilding metal badge with three toned loops to reverse. KK766: Circa 1896-1908 Condition: VGC
11th Hussars (Prince Albert's Own) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge this example with brass slider to reverse. KK766 Condition: GC
11th Hussars (Prince Albert's Own) A other ranks gold-anodised cap badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.Gaunt London. KK766: Circa (Makers mark dates this) 1964-1970 Condition: Pristine
11th Hussars (Prince Albert's Own) A pair of collar badges die-struck in gilding-metal both with three toned loops to reverse. As KK766: Post 1896 Condition: VGC
11th Hussars (Prince Albert's Own)(Collars) A other ranks die-struck pair of gilding-metal collar badges complete with fixings to reverse. As KK766: Pre 1964 Condition: Good to VGC
11th Hussars (Prince Alberts Own) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The regiment amalgamated with the 10th Royal Hussars in 1969 forming The Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own) KK766: Pre 1969 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
11th Hussars (Prince Alberts Own) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge this example with brass slider to reverse. KK766 Condition: GC
12th County of London Battalion (Rangers) A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with home made fixing to reverse. KK2417 Condition: Slider removed GC
12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales) A other ranks die-cast bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON, the plumes, motto and lower portion of the lance-pennons in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK768: Circa 1930-1953 Condition: Service polishing GC
13th County of London Battalion (Kensington) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK1839: Post 1908 Condition: VGC
13th County of London Bn (Kensington) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK1839: Post 1908 Condition: GC
13th Hussars A other ranks die-struck bi-metal pair of matching collar dogs with two lugs to reverse of each, numerals in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. As KK770 Condition: Good to VGC
13th Hussars A Victorian other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with lug to reverse, the Roman numerals in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK769: Circa 1898-1901 Condition: Lug missing GC
13th Hussars A other ranks die-struck bi-metal pair of matching collar dogs with two loops to reverse of each, numerals in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. As KK770: Circa 1902-1920 Condition: Good to VGC
13th/18th Hussars A pair of other-ranks brass shoulder titles with lugs to reverse of each. Westlake 130: Post 1922 Condition: GC
13th/18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) A other ranks die-cast gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK1905: Pre 1955 Condition: VGC
13th/18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) A other ranks die-cast gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK1905: Pre 1955 Condition: Good to VGC
13th/18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) A Officers Gilt cap badge with two gilt lugs and makers name J.R.GAUNT to reverse. KK1906 Condition: VGC
13th/18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) A other ranks gold-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON KK1906: Post 1960s Condition: Pristine
13th/18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) A other ranks gold-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM KK1906: Post 1960s Condition: GC
13th/18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) A short lived other ranks die-cast gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM. The monogram QMO (Queen Mary) with a scroll shaped like a Z. KK1906: Circa 1955-1962 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
13th/18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) A Officers die-cast silver and gilt example with two loops and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON to reverse, the monogram QMO in silver-plate remainder in gilt. KK1904: Post 1929-1938 Condition: Gilt worn
13th/18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) A short lived other ranks die-cast gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The monogram QMO (Queen Mary) with a scroll shaped like a Z. KK1906: Circa 1955-1962 Condition: VGC
14th (King's) Hussars A scarce other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse, this small version has a voided centre. KK774: Pre 1922 Condition: GC
14th (King's) Hussars A scarce 2nd pattern die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, known as the Cartwheel. KK773: Circa 1915-1922 Condition: GC
14th (Kings) Hussars This scarce 2nd pattern badge was only in existence for a period of 7 years, a die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse known within the regiment as the Cartwheel. The unit was first raised as a British Army light cavalry regiment in Southern England in 1715. KK773: Circa 1915-1922 Condition: VGC
14th (Kings) Hussars This scarce 2nd pattern badge was only in existence for a period of 7 years, a die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse known within the regiment as the Cartwheel. The unit was first raised as a British Army light cavalry regiment in Southern England in 1715. KK773: Circa 1915-1922 Condition: GC
14th County of London Battalion (London Scottish) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with pin fitting to reverse, The Lion of Scotland on the Cross of St. Andrew. KK1840: Post 1908 Condition: Good to VGC
14th County of London Battalion (London Scottish) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with pin fitting to reverse, The Lion of Scotland on the Cross of St. Andrew. KK1840: Post 1908 Condition: GC
14th County of London Battalion (London Scottish) A scarce other ranks silver-anodised badge with 2 loops to reverse. The Lion of Scotland on the Cross of St. Andrew. KK1840: Circa 1964 Condition: VGC
14th County of London Battalion (London Scottish)(Collar) A other ranks gilding-metal collar badge this version worn on the soldiers best service dress with two lugs to reverse. Churchill1956: Circa 1930 Condition: VGC
14th County of London Battalion (London Scottish)(Sporran Badge) A other ranks die struck white-metal sporran badge with two long brass fixing loops north and south to reverse. Badge measures 44mm high x 49mm wide. As KK1840: Post 1908 Condition: GC
14th King's Hussars A scarce Victorian/Edwardian other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two loops to reverse, a white-metal Prussian eagle to centre with remainder of badge in gilt brass. KK772: Circa 1882-1908 Condition: VGC
14th King's Hussars A Victorian/Edwardian other ranks die-struck white-metal collar badge of a Prussian eagle with two toned loops to reverse. Circa 1882-1910 Condition: VGC
14th King's Hussars A scarce 1st pattern other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, a white-metal Prussian eagle to centre with remainder of badge in gilt brass. KK772: Pre 1915 Condition: Good to VGC
14th/20th King's Hussars A other ranks cast brass title with two flat brass hexagonal lugs to reverse. Westlake 144: Circa 1922-1936 Condition: GC..
14th/20th King's Hussars A other ranks gold-anodised collar badge with one flat hexagonal loop to reverse. Condition: GC
14th/20th King's Hussars A other ranks die-cast gilding-metal badge of The Prussian Eagle with a slider to reverse. KK1907: Circa 1932-1960 Condition: VGC
14th/20th King's Hussars A other ranks gold and black anodised badge of The Prussian Eagle with a slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM In 1992 the regiment amalgamated with The Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own) to become The Kings Royal Hussars KK1907: Circa 1984-1992 Condition: Pristine POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
15th (Scottish) Infantry Division A embroidery onto a black silk square, Scottish heraldic lion rampant in red, with black outline, on a yellow circle with a white border. A Territorial Division part of Home Force the Division defended the coastal area of Northumberland District. It was selected to become part of 21st Army Group for the invasion of Europe and landed in Normandy on 14 June 1944, where it was involved in the establishment of and subsequent break-out from the bridgehead. Condition: VGC
15th County of London Battalion (Prince of Wales's Own Civil Service Rifles) A scarce die-struck blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse. The 15th Battalion amalgamated with the 16th in 1922 to form the 16th London Regiment (Queen's Westminster & Civil Service Rifles. KK1843: Circa 1908-1922 Condition: GC
15th County of London Battalion (Prince of Wales's Own Civil Service Rifles) A scarce die-struck blackened-brass example with slider to reverse. The 15th Battalion amalgamated with the 16th in 1922 to form the 16th London Regiment (Queen's Westminster & Civil Service Rifles. KK1843: Circa 1908-1922 Condition: Good to VGC
15th The King's Hussars A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, Royal Crest in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. In 1922 under army order 520 the 15th and the 19th Royal Hussars amalgamated to form the 15th/19th Hussars. KK777: Circa 1896-1922 Condition: GC
15th The Kings Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, Royal Crest in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. In 1922 under army order 520 the 15th and the 19th Royal Hussars amalgamated to form the 15th/19th Hussars. KK777: Circa 1896-1922 Condition: Good to VGC
15th/19th Hussars (Officer) A Officers shoulder title version in Gilt/Brass to the15th/19th Hussars with two lugs to reverse. Westlake 157: Pre 1934 Condition: Gilt rubbed to front GC
15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, Royal crest in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK778: Circa 1954-1958 Condition Report: GC
15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. Royal crest and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal with red felt backing. KK778: Circa 1952-1958 Condition: VGC
15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars A facing pair of die-struck bi-metal collar badges with three lugs to reverse of each, scroll inscribed MEREBIMUR in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. Post 1934-1954 Condition: GC
15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. Royal crest in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal with red cloth backing . KK778: Circa 1929-1958 Condition: GC
15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars A facing pair of die-struck bi-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. Condition: GC
15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars A other ranks Gold and Silver anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN & SONS Royal Crest in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK1909: Post 1959 Condition: VGC
15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. Royal crest and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK778: Circa 1952-1958 Conditiont: GC
15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars A facing pair of die-struck bi-metal collar badges with three lugs to reverse of each, scroll inscribed MEREBIMUR in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. Post 1934-1954 Condition: Pristine
15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars A early other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with two lugs to reverse, Royal crest in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK778: Post 1929 Condition: GC
15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars (Collar) A other ranks right facing die-struck bi-metal collar badge with three loops to reverse, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. The Motto on the scroll 'Merebimur' (means 'We Shall Be Worthy') Condition: Good to VGC
15th/19th The Kings Royal Hussars A other ranks die-cast brass shoulder title with two flat hexagonal lugs to reverse. Condition: GC
16th (Queen's) Lancers A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal Lance Plate with two brass fixing posts to reverse. This plate has the three extra scrolls inscribed SOUTH AFRICA 1900-02, PAARDEBERG & RELIEF OF KIMBERLEY KK722(3): Post 1902 Condition: VGC
16th County of London Battalion (Queen's Westminster Rifles) A scarce Officers die-stamped blackened-white-metal badge with high-points polished. The Imperial crown above a Maltese cross with a voided portcullis to centre with ducal coronet above. KK1845: Circa 1908-1922 Condition: GC fixing as found
16th London Regiment (Queen's Westminster & Civil Service Rifles) A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse. KK1846: Post 1925 Condition: GC
16th London Regiment (Queen's Westminster & Civil Service Rifles) A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with brass slidetr and original red-cloth backing. KK1846: Post 1925 Condition: GC
16th London Regiment (Queen's Westminster & Civil Service Rifles) A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse. KK1846: Post 1925 Condition: GC
16th The Queen's Lancers A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brazing holes and brass slider to reverse, lower lance pennons, numerals and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK781: Post 1905 Condition: GC
16th The Queens Lancers A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, lower lance pennons, numerals and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK781: Post 1905 Condition: GC
16th/5th Queens Royal Lancers A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse, Lances, Crown and top section of Lance-pennons in gold-anodise remainder in silver-anodise. KK1911: Circa early 1980s Condition: Pristine
16th/5th The Queens Royal Lancers A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON. KK1911: Circa early 1980s Condition: Pristine
17th County of London Battalion (Poplar & Stepney Rifles) A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with slider to reverse. In 1926 the 17th became the Tower Hamlets Rifles. KK1847: Pre 1926 Condition: GC
17th Lancers (Duke of Cambridge's Own) A old other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with replacement slider to reverse. KK782: Post 1927 Condition: GC
17th/21st Lancers A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, known as the 'Motto' within the regiment. The Regiment was formed in 1759 by Colonel Hale after General Wolfe’s death at the Battle of Quebec, In memory of Wolfe’s death, their famous cap badge is a skull and crossed bones and their motto ‘Death or Glory’. KK782 Condition: GC
17th/21st Lancers A other ranks di-stamped white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. Known as the "MOTTO" within the Regiment. KK 782 Condition: GC
17th/21st Lancers A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, known as the 'Motto' within the regiment. The Regiment was formed in 1759 by Colonel Hale after General Wolfe’s death at the Battle of Quebec, he was commissioned to raise the 17th Light Dragoons. In memory of Wolfe’s death, their famous cap badge is a skull and crossed bones and their motto ‘Death or Glory’. KK782: Post 1927 Condition: GC
17th/21st Lancers A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, known as the 'Motto' within the regiment. The Regiment was formed in 1759 by Colonel Hale after General Wolfe’s death at the Battle of Quebec, he was commissioned to raise the 17th Light Dragoons. In memory of Wolfe’s death, their famous cap badge is a skull and crossed bones and their motto ‘Death or Glory’. KK782 Condition: GC
17th/21st Lancers A other ranks die-struck Chrome-metal badge with Chrome slider to reverse, known as the 'Motto' within the regiment. The Regiment was formed in 1759 by Colonel Hale after General Wolfe’s death at the Battle of Quebec, he was commissioned to raise the 17th Light Dragoons. In memory of Wolfe’s death, their famous cap badge is a skull and crossed bones and their motto ‘Death or Glory’. As KK782: Circa 1953 Condition: GC
17th/21st Lancers A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, known as the 'Motto' within the regiment. The Regiment was formed in 1759 by Colonel Hale after General Wolfe’s death at the Battle of Quebec, he was commissioned to raise the 17th Light Dragoons. In memory of Wolfe’s death, their famous cap badge is a skull and crossed bones and their motto ‘Death or Glory’. KK782: Post 1927 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
18th County of London Battalion (London Irish Rifles) A other ranks die-stamped blackened-brass badge of an Irish Harp with a brass slider to reverse. KK1848: Circa 1908-1952 Condition: VGC
18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse, was renamed in 1903 after Queen Mary, wife of George V. KK788: Circa 1903-1922 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) A scarce silver-plated die-stamped badge with two silvered lugs to reverse, was renamed in 1903 after Queen Mary, wife of George V. KK788: Circa 1903-1922 Condition: GC
18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the regiment was renamed in 1903 after Queen Mary, wife of George V. KK788: Circa 1903-1922 Condition: GC
18th Training Brigade Royal Artillery A 1st pattern embroidered yellow torch with white markings on a felt square top section in red and bottom in blue. Condition: GC
18th Training Brigade Royal Artillery A 2nd pattern printed yellow torch with white and brown markings on a square with top section in red and bottom in blue. Condition: GC
19th (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own) Hussars A Victorian/Edwardian period other ranks matching pair of die-struck white-metal collar badges with two toned loops to reverse of each. The cypher of Queen/Princess Alexandra with coronet above and interwoven with the Danebrog with the date 1885. As KK791: Pre 1908 Condition: Pristine
19th (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own) Hussars A scarce Victorian/Edwardian period other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with two loops to reverse. In 1862 the regiment was designated as the 19th Hussars.seeing service in the 1882 Egyptian expedition, fighting at Tel el Kebir, and on into the 1884-5 expedition to the Sudan at the Battle of Abu Klea. Also in the South African War they fought in the Siege of Ladysmith. The regiment was titled 19th (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own) Hussars after Alexandra, Princess of Wales. In 1908, when Alexandra became Queen Consort, the name changed to 19th (Queen Alexandra's Own Royal) Hussars. KK789: Circa 1882-1908 Condition: Pristine
19th County of London Battalion (St. Pancras) A scarce early Edwardian other ranks example with loop fittings to reverse of this die-struck gilding-metal example. This badge is showing the incorrect date at bottom of cross of 1899-02 it should read 1900-02. KK1851: Circa 1908 Condition: GC loops as found
19th Royal Hussars (Queen Alexandra's Own) A scarce other ranks die-struck white-metal badge of the Danebrog interwoven with the Cypher of Queen Alexandra with brass slider to reverse. KK791: Post 1910 Condition: VGC
1st (King's) Dragoon Guards A scarce other ranks cap badge die-stamped in gilding-metal with brass slider to reverse, this badge was not worn after 1915 due to WW1. KK734: Pre 1915 Condition: VGC
1st (Kings) Dragoon Guards A scarce 1st pattern other ranks cap badge die-stamped in gilding-metal with brass slider to reverse, this badge was not worn after 1915 due to WW1. KK734: Pre 1915 Condition: VGC Light verdigris to reverse. POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
1st (Royal) Dragoons A Victorian die-struck bi-metal badge with 3 lugs to reverse, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK750: 1896-1901 Condition:Good to VGC
1st Anti-Aircraft Division Royal Artillery A 1st pattern embroidery on felt of a red sword and black plane on khaki Condition: Removed from uniform
1st Anti-Aircraft Division Royal Artillery A second pattern embroidered on cotton of a red sword and black plane with black border on blue cotton Condition: Good to VGC...
1st Anti-Aircraft Division Royal Artillery A second pattern embroidered onto felt of a red sword and black plane with black border on blue/grey background. Condition: GC
1st Anti-Aircraft Division Royal Artillery A colour variation of embroidery onto felt of a red sword with black plane and black border on sand coloured background Condition: Removed from uniform
1st Army Group Royal Artillery A White head with black markings embroidered on to a red square of felt. Formed in September 1942, headquarters located at Glasgow Condition: GC
1st Battalion Glasgow Highlanders A scarce other ranks die-struck white-metal glengarry badge with top scroll inscribed The Glasgow Highlanders and bottom tri-part scroll inscribed Highland Light Infantry. KK2363: Post 1939 Condition: GC Loops as found
1st Cadet Battalion The King's Royal Rifle Corps A scarce other ranks die-struck blackened collar badge with two lugs to reverse. This is the only Cadet Unit to of been awarded a battle honour, South Africa 1900-02. Churchill 1474: Post 1901 Condition: VGC
1st Corps A red diamond with white printed spearhead to centre. Condition: GC
1st Corps Royal Artillery A felt diamond with embroidered white spear head to centre with red left section and blue right sections of diamond. Condition: VGC
1st Corps Royal Artillery A diamond with printed white spear head to centre with red left section and blue right sections of diamond.
1st Corps Royal Engineers A printed diamond in red with two blue bars running top right to bottom left with white printed spearhead to centre. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
1st County of London Yeomanry (Middlesex, Duke of Cambridge's Hussars) A other ranks bi-metal badge with a circlet to centre in gilding-metal and remainder in white-metal, the brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON KK2335: Post 1952 Condition: GC
1st Division Royal Artillery A printed white triangle on a diamond with the left half in red and the right half in blue. Condition: GC
1st Infantry Division (2nd pattern) A 2nd pattern badge of a white leather triangle on a red felt triangle. The 1st Infantry Division was a regular British Army division with a long and proud history dating back to its formation by Arthur Wellesley,1st Duke of Wellington in 1809. Condition: GC
1st King's Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the star and crown in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. In 1959 the regiment was merged with the 2nd Dragoon Guards to form the 1st Queen's Dragoon Guards. KK735: Pre 1938 Condition: Star point clipped otherwise GC
1st King's Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and 4 small brazing holes, the star and crown in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. In 1959 the regiment was merged with the 2nd Dragoon Guards to form the 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards. KK735: Pre 1938 Condition: GC
1st Queen's Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-cast chromed-metal badge of a double-headed eagle of the late Emperor of Austria with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name LONDON BADGE AND BUTTON Co Ltd to reverse. KK1887 Condition: VGC
1st Queen's Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge of a double-headed eagle of the late Emperor of Austria with two lugs to reverse. KK1887 Condition: GC
1st Queen's Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge of a double-headed eagle of the late Emperor of Austria with two lugs to reverse. KK1887: Pre 1965 Condition: GC
1st Queen's Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-cast white-metal badge of a double-headed eagle of the late Emperor of Austria with two loops to reverse inscribed with makers name L.B & B to reverse. KK1887 Condition: GC
1st Queen's Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-stramped white-metal badge of the double-headed eagle of the late Emperor of Austria with two loops to reverse. KK1887: Pre 1965 Condition: VGC
1st VB The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment (Collar) A scarce other ranks die-stamped white-metal collar badge with two toned loops to reverse. Churchill 1378: Pre 1908 Condition: GC...
1st/1st London Divisional Cyclist Company A extremely scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. This cyclist unit was only in existence for a very short period of time being formed in the February of 1916. The cap badge was only worn between February and May of 1916 this example being in wonderful condition. KK1873: Circa 1916 Condition: VGC
20th County of London Battalion (Blackheath and Woolwich) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The scroll with 'Invicta' in old English letters under the white horse of Kent. KK1852: Post 1917 Condition: GC
20th County of London Battalion (Blackheath and Woolwich) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The scroll with 'Invicta' in old English letters under the white horse of Kent. KK1852: Post 1917 Condition: VGC
20th County of London Battalion (Blackheath and Woolwich) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The scroll with 'Invicta' in old English letters under the white horse of Kent. KK1852: Post 1917 Condition: GC slider replaced
20th Hussars A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge. This had been mounted on a metal display and then removed. KK793 Condition: GC Slider missing (silver to reverse is solder)
20th Hussars A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. Initially formed in 1858 as The 2nd Bengal European Light Cavalry, then 3 years later transferred to the British Army being converted into a hussars regiment taking the vacant numeral 20 in the cavalry order of precedence. KK793: Circa 1908-1922 Condition: VGC
20th Hussars (Collar) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. Initially formed in 1858 as The 2nd Bengal European Light Cavalry, then 3 years later transferred to the British Army being converted into a hussars regiment taking the vacant numeral 20 in the cavalry order of precedence. As KK793: Circa 1908-1922 Condition: GC
20th Hussars (Victorian) A scarce Victorian other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. As KK792: Pre 1902 Condition: GC
20th Middlesex (Artist) Rifle Volunteers A scarce other ranks die-stamped Bronzed helmet plate with the heads of Mars and Minerva in centre three loops to reverse. Circa 1880-1908 Condition: VGC
21st (Empress of India's) Lancers A extremely scarce 1st pattern other ranks die-struck bi-metal cap badge with the lower half of lance-pennons in white-metal and remainder in gilding-metal. KK794: Circa 1898-1899 Condition: GC
21st (Empress of India's) Lancers A other ranks die-cast bi-metal cap badge with brass slider to reverse, lower section of lance pennons in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK797 Condition: GC
21st (Empress of India's) Lancers (Victorian) A scarce pair of other ranks die-cast bi-metal Victorian collar badge's with four loops to reverse of each, the lower sections of the lance pennons in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. As KK796: Circa 1900-1901 Condition: Good to VGC
21st (Empress of India's) Lancers (Victorian) A very scarce Victorian other ranks die-cast bi-metal badge with four toned loops to reverse, lower section of Lance Pennons in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal, this was the last issued Victorian example. KK796: Circa 1900-1901 Condition: Good to VGC
21st (Empress of India's) Lancers (Victorian) A scarce other ranks die-cast bi-metal Victorian collar badge with two lugs to reverse, the lower sections of the lance pennons in white-metal remainder of badge in gilding-metal. As KK796: Pre 1902 Condition: 2 of 4 lugs GC
21st County of London Battalion (First Surrey Rifles) A other ranks die-stamped blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse. The 21st Battalion had there HQ in Camberwell in the London borough of Southwark. KK1853: Post 1916 Condition: GC
21st County of London Battalion (First Surrey Rifles) A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse. The 21st Battalion had there HQ in Camberwell in the London borough of Southwark. KK1853: Post 1916 Condition: GC
21st County of London Battalion (First Surrey Rifles)(Officer) A Officers old die-cast blackened/white-metal example with home made pin to reverse. The 21st Battalion had there HQ in Camberwell in the London borough of Southwark. KK1853: Post 1916 Condition: Fixing as found high-points polished
21st London Regiment (First Surrey Rifles) A other ranks die-struck brass example with brass slider to reverse, with the incorrect date of 1903 on bottom arm. KK1853 Condition: GC
22nd Dragoons A scarce short lived other ranks die-struck white-metal cap badge with brass slider to reverse voided Roman numerals to centre. KK1912: Circa 1941-1945 Condition: VGC
22nd Engineer Group (1st Pattern) A 1st pattern example with blue felt square with a shield embroidered with vertical red and yellow strips and a yellow flaming grenade to centre with blue outline and scroll beneath IN BLUE with the motto UBIQUE in yellow. Condition: Removed from uniform but in VGC
22nd Engineer Group (2nd Pattern) A second pattern badge of a blue felt shield with the yellow embroidered lettering XXII. Conditon: VGC
23rd Armoured Brigade A white felt circle with embroidered black inner border and and black Liver Bird to centre. The Brigade was raised in Liverpool and given the Liverbird as its emblem seeing action in North Africa and Italy. Condition: GC
23rd County of London Battalion A scarce and unusual brass economy badge with two blade fixings to reverse. This version with the dates 1900-2 on circlet. KK1855: Circa 1916-1918 Condition: GC Home made fixing
23rd County of London Battalion A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse. Star, circlet and castle in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal, this version with the dates 1900-2 on circlet. KK1855: Post 1906 Condition: GC Highpoints polished
23rd Engineer Group A red felt shield with a broad blue embroidered bar from top right to left with either side two smaller blue bars and blue border to shield. Condition: VGC
23rd Hussars A short lived other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, H in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. Three brazing holes to scroll and two reinforcement bars to crown KK1913: Circa 1941-1946 Condition: VGC
23rd Hussars A short lived other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, H in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1913: Circa 1941-1946 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
23rd London Regiment (East Surrey)(TA) A scarce other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribe with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON The castle and star in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2425: Circa 1958-1967 Condition: GC
250th (Queens Own Dorset & West Somerset Yeomanry) RA (TA) A very scarce early silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse. Dragon in gold anodised remainder in silver-anodised. The only makers of this badge was FIRMIN & SONS being produced in the early 1960s KK2348: Post 1960s Condition: Slider weak otherwise VGC
254th Beach Brigade A embroidered badge with the unmistakable red anchor on a light blue circle with red border for the Beach Groups, a white Scottish Saltire on a blue shield. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
25th County of London (Cyclist) Battalion A scarce other ranks die-struck brass example with two loops to reverse. The 25th Bn was the first cyclist Bn formed in 1908 originally from the 26th Middlesex Cyclist Volunteers. KK1857/KK1860: Circa 1908-1920 Condition: GC
26th Engineering Group A large blue felt example with a embroidered white horse to centre. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
27th Engineer Group A printed design on a blue shield with a yellow flaming grenade and scroll with the word UBIQUE in blue. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
27th Lancers A short lived Officers die-cast bi-metal badge with two loops to reverse, the elephant head and lower lance pennons in silver-plate remainder in gilt. The regiment was disbanded in August 1945. Some personnel being transferred to the 12th Lancers KK1917: Circa 1941-1945 Condition: VGC
27th Lancers A short lived other ranks die-cast bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing hole to centre for elephants head to reverse, head in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. The regiment was disbanded in August 1945. Some personnel being transferred to the 12th Lancers KK1917: Circa 1941-1945 Condition: Good to VGC
28th County of London Battalion (Artists Rifles) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The heads of Mars and Minerva above the scroll Artists Rifles. KK1858 Condition: Good to VGC
28th County of London Battalion (Artists Rifles) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse, scroll inscribed Artists Rifles. KK1858: Post 1908 Condition: GC
28th County of London Battalion (Artists Rifles) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse, scroll inscribed Artist Rifles. KK1858: Circa 1908-1938 Condition: Good to VGC
28th London Regiment (Artists Rifles) A second pattern other ranks die-stamped white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK2426: Post 1938 Condition: GC
28th London Regiment (Artists Rifles) A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse. KK1858: Pre 1938 Condition: GC
28th London Regiment (Artists Rifles) A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK2426: Post 1938 Condition: VGC
29th Engineering Group A printed example with yellow lion with black markings on a red shield with two dark blue diagonal bars. Condition: VGC
2nd Infantry Division (Yorkshire) A printed formation badge of white crossed keys on a black square. The division was associated with the north of England. The Crossed Keys being of Saint Peter, originally from the coat of arms of the Diocese of York. Condition: GC
2nd Army Group Royal Artillery A Silk embroidered white sign on black square. Formed September 1942, HQ Darlington WWII Condition: GC
2nd County of London (Westminster Dragons) Imperial Yeomanry A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. The Arms of the City of Westminster with scrolls beneath inscribed WESTMINSTER DRAGOONS IY. KK1361: Circa 1901-1908 Condition: GC
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The regiments motto is 'Pro Rege et Patria' (meaning 'For King and Country') KK737: Circa 1911-1954 Condition: GC
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The regiments motto is 'Pro Rege et Patria' (meaning 'For King and Country') KK737: Circa 1911-1954 Condition: GC
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queens Bays) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with strengthening bar to crown and makers name FIRMIN LONDON on brass slider to reverse. The regiments motto is 'Pro Rege et Patria' (meaning 'For King and Country') KK737: Circa 1911-1954 Condition: GC
2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Grey's) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK752: Circa 1903-1962 Condition: GC
2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Grey's) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK752: Circa 1903-1962 Condition: Varnished VGC
2nd Infantry Division (Yorkshire) A embroidered onto felt formation badge of white crossed keys on a black square. The division was associated with the north of England. The Crossed Keys being of Saint Peter, originally from the coat of arms of the Diocese of York. Condition: GC
2nd King Edward VIIs Own Gurkha Rifles (The Sirmoor Rifles) A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass Prince of Wales's plumes, coronet and motto with slider to reverse, for wear on the beret. KK2074: Pre 1994 Condition: GC
2nd King Edward's Horse A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. Raised by private subscription under Sir John Norton-Griffiths on 24 August 1914. It served with XIV Corps in France but was disbanded in August 1917. KK1134: Circa 1914-17 Condition: GC
2nd Life Guards A die-cast gilding-metal badge of the Royal Cypher of King George V within the circlet inscribed SECOND LIFE GUARDS KK728 Condition: GC Blades replaced with homemade slider.
2nd Port Task Force Royal Engineers A embroidered onto felt design of a yellow whale on a light blue sky background with white waves and medium blue coloured sea. Condition: Removed from uniform
2nd VB Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's) A scarce other ranks die-stamped white-metal collar badge with two lugs north and south to reverse and 2 V.B within the strings of the bugle. Churchill 439: Post 1882 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
2nd VB Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's)(Officer) A scarce Officers die-stamped silver-plated collar badge with two silvered loops north and south to reverse and 2 V.B within the strings of the bugle. Churchill 439: Post 1882 Condition: GC Worn POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
30 Anti-Aircraft Brigade Royal Artillery This is a 1st pattern badge with printed yellow design outlined in dark blue on a red (top) and dark blue (bottom) square. Part of the 8th Army in North Africa in 1941 Condition: GC
31 Anti-Aircraft Brigade Royal Artyillery A 1st pattern felt badge with embroidered white eagle with black markings on red central bar of white shield, a black arrow in mouth of eagle with red lion (bottom left) and red cross (top right) of shield all on a khaki square. Took part in the fighting in Sicily and then into Italy in 1943 with the 8th Army. Condition: VGC
31 Anti-Aircraft Brigade Royal Artyillery A 2nd pattern printed badge with white eagle with black markings on red central bar of white shield, a black arrow in mouth of eagle with red lion (bottom left) and red cross (top right) of shield all on a khaki backing. Took part in the fighting in Sicily and then into Italy in 1943 with the 8th Army. Condition: GC
32nd Assault Regiment Royal Engineers A scarce red felt shoulder title with embroidered serifs in dark blue. Formed in Germany in 1947 by renumbering 42 Assault Regiment with 26 Assault Sqn from 42 Regt and 631 Assault Park Sqn. Circa 1947-1960 Condition: Pristine
33rd Anti-Aircraft Brigade A 1st pattern white lightning flash outlined in black on a red square with blue diagonal bar running from bottom left to top right. Operated in the western command group from 1939 until they moved to India in 1942 Condition: GC
33rd Anti-Aircraft Brigade A 2nd pattern embroidered white lightning flash on a red felt square with blue diagonal bar running from bottom left to top right. Operated in the western command group from 1939 until they moved to India in 1942 Condition: GC
34th Anti-Aircraft Brigade Royal Artillery A 1st pattern badge of a printed yellow grenade with green markings above a white W outlined in black on a green printed square. In North Africa with the 8th Army in 1942-3 and then into Italy in 1944. Condition: GC
34th Anti-Aircraft Brigade Royal Artillery A 2nd pattern badge of a embroidered yellow grenade with green markings above a white W outlined in black on a green felt square. The unit was in North Africa with the 8th Army in 1942-3 and then into Italy in 1944. Condition: VGC
36th Infantry Division WW II embroidery onto cotton backing the white and red interlocked circles on a black background. The 36th. was a mixed British / Indian unit the white circle of the British 29th.Brigade and the red circle of the Indian 72nd. In 1944 the 36th came under the command of General Stillwell's Chinese-American Army and took part in the battles to clear the enemy from Burma. Condition: Worn to one side
38th (Welsh) Infantry Division A printed onto cloth formation badge of a yellow cross on a black background. The Division formed part of Home Forces and on 1 December 1941 was placed on lower establishment. On 1 September 1944 Divisional HQ was redesignated HQ 38th Infantry (Reserve) Division Condition: GC
3rd (Prince of Wales's) Dragoon Guards A scarce 1st pattern Victorian/Edwardian die-stamped bi-metal badge with three loops and brazing hole to reverse, crown and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK738: Circa 1896-1922 Condition: Good to VGC
3rd Anti-Aircraft Division Royal Artillery A printed 1st pattern badge with white letters and thistle with blue markings upon a blue square. The unit was formed in 1941 Condition GC
3rd Anti-Aircraft Division Royal Artillery A painted 2nd pattern badge with white letters and thistle with blue markings upon a blue square. The unit was formed in 1941 Condition Good to VGC
3rd Anti-Aircraft Division Royal Artillery A printed on silkt pattern badge with white letters and thistle with blue markings upon a blue square. The unit was formed in 1941 Condition: Removed from uniform
3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wale's Dragoon Guards) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with three brazing holes and two lugs to reverse.Scroll and coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK1888: Post 1929 Condition: VGC
3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wale's Dragoon Guards) A matching pair of die-struck bi-metal collar badges with brazing holes and two lugs to reverse of each, coronet and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. As KK1888: Circa 1929-1963 Condition: Good to VGC
3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wale's Dragoon Guards) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two toned loops to reverse, two brazing holes to scroll and one brazing hole for coronet. The scroll and coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. (KK1888) Circa 1929-1963 Condition: GC
3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wale's Dragoon Guards) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The scroll and coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. (KK1888) Circa 1929-1963 Condition: GC
3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wale's Dragoon Guards) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with hairpin slider to reverse, two brazing holes to scroll and one brazing hole for coronet. The scroll and coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. (KK1888) Circa 1929-1963 Condition: Good to VGC
3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wale's Dragoon Guards) A other ranks gold and silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with a scarce makers name R.A.HUGHES LTD. The scroll and coronet in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised R.A.Hughes made anodised badges around 1957 but very little is known after that date. KK1888: Circa 1957-1960 Condition: GC worn at highpoints
3rd Infantry Division A red embroidered inverted triangle on a larger black felt triangle. The 3rd division lead the assault on Sword Beach on D-Day and fought as part of 21st Army Group across northern Europe and into Germany in 1945. Condition: VGC
3rd King's Own Hussars A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK753: Pre 1930 Condition: GC to VGC
3rd Port Task Force Royal Engineers A dark blue rectangle with a embroidered yellow dolphin with black markings entwined around a sword with white blade and yellow handle and hilt both with black markings. Condition: Good to VGC
3rd The King's Own Hussars A second world war version of this bi-metal badge scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal with brass slider to reverse. The regiment was amalgamated with the 7th Hussars to form The Queen’s Own Hussars in 1958. KK1894: Circa 1930 - 1958 Condition: VGC slider clipped
3rd The King's Own Hussars A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK753: Pre 1930 Condition: GC
3rd The King's Own Hussars A other ranks die-cast bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal, this is the smaller version of badge sealed in 1930. KK1894: Circa 1930-1958 Condition: Good to VGC
40th Infantry Division A pair of printed examples of the yellow and red cockerel on a black rectangled background, the unit was first formed in WW1 and disbanded after its conclusion but reformed in 1943 for a short period the unit was also in Korea around August 1950. Condition: VGC
41st Army Group Royal Artillery A red felt shield with a embroidered blue section at the bottom and white embroidered letters 'XLI' along centre line. Condition: GC
42nd (East Lancashire) Infantry Division A 2nd pattern embroidered badge of a white diamond with red felt border with red rose to centre with yellow centre and green sepals. Condition: GC
42nd (East Lancashire) Infantry Division A 2nd pattern embroidered badge of a white diamond with red felt border, within the centre a red rose with yellow centre and green sepals all outlined in black. Condition: Pristine
42nd Army Group Royal Artillery A printed dark blue square with the printed outline of a square and a cross passing from top corner through square to opposite bottom corner in red. Condition: Good to VGC
42nd Division A 1st pattern white embroidered diamond on red felt diamond. Condition: Good to VGC
43rd (Wessex) Infantry Division A unisued printed yellow Wyvern with black markings on a black cotton square. Originally raised in 1908 as part of the Territorial Force and served with distinction in WWII on the Western Front from June 1944 until May 1945. It suffered horrendous casualties but gained a exceptional reputation with the Germans who nicknamed them The Yellow Devils. Condition: VGC
43rd (Wessex) Infantry Division A embroidery of a yellow Wyvern on a black felt square. Originally raised in 1908 as part of the Territorial Force and served with distinction in WWII on the Western Front from June 1944 until May 1945. It suffered horrendous casualties but gained a exceptional reputation with the Germans who nicknamed them The Yellow Devils. Condition: GC Removed from uniform
43rd (Wessex) Infantry Division A printed yellow Wyvern with black markings on a black cotton square. Originally raised in 1908 as part of the Territorial Force and served with distinction in WWII on the Western Front from June 1944 until May 1945. It suffered horrendous casualties but gained a exceptional reputation with the Germans who nicknamed them The Yellow Devils. Condition: GC Removed from uniform
44th Infantry Division (Kent & Sussex) A 2nd pattern Printed red oval with white border with the home counties shield to centre of a black and white castle of Dover, white cliffs with black markings,green grass, blue sky and blue and black waves. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
44th Infantry Division (Kent & Sussex) A printed 3rd pattern of red oval background with a yellow trident to centre and yellow border. Condition: VGC
44th Infantry Division (Kent & Sussex) A red felt oval with a trident and inner border embroidered in yellow. Condition: VGC
45th Infantry Division (West Country) A black printed square with a yellow "Drake's Drum" to centre outlined in red top and bottom and white ropes outlined. The 45th served as a duplicate division for the 43th Infantry Division both being formed from the South-Western Counties. Condition: GC
46th (North Midland and West Riding) Infantry Division. A Printed 2nd pattern WW II example of a brown and green oak tree on a black backing with tree outlined in white. The 46th. landed with the Americans at Salerno and then into Italy joining the attack on the Gothic Line. Conditon: Removed from uniform GC
46th (North Midland and West Riding) Infantry Division. A Embroidery onto silk 2nd pattern WW II example of a brown and green oak tree on a black backing with tree outlined in white. The 46th. landed with the Americans at Salerno and then into Italy joining the attack on the Gothic Line. Conditon: Removed from uniform GC
47th Infantry Division (London) A 2nd Pattern badge of red Bow Bells with black marking embroidered onto a black silk rectangle. The 47th was a London Territorial Division part of the Home Force.
47th Infantry Division (London) A 2nd Pattern badge of red Bow Bells with black marking embroidered onto a black felt rectangle. The 47th was a London Territorial Division part of the Home Force.
47th Infantry Division (London) A 2nd Pattern badge of red Bow Bells with black marking printed onto a black fabric rectangle. The 47th was a London Territorial Division part of the Home Force.
47th Infantry Division (London) A 1st Pattern badge of a white star with blue centre on a black circle, to the centre of a blue diamond with black outer diamond. (Embroidered onto felt) The 47th was a London Territorial Division part of the Home Force.
48th Infantry Division (South Midlands) A embroidered first pattern badge of a black parrot onto red triangle in the centre of a black felt disc. Mostly made up of TA units from the counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire.
49th (West Riding) Infantry Division A facing pair of formation badges printed onto cotton of a white polar bear with black markings standing on a slab of ice on a black rectangle. The Division was formed on 1 April 1908 as the West Riding Division in the Territorial Force of the British Army. They saw action on 15–17 April 1940 when it took part in the ill-fated landings in Norway to retake the ports of Trondheim and Narvik. Condition: Pristine
4th (Queens Own) Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, numerals and scroll applied in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. The regiment amalgamating with the 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars in October 1958 to form The Queen’s Own Royal Irish Hussars. KK756: Circa 1907-1954 Condition: VGC
4th (Queens Own) Hussars A other ranks die-stramped bi-metal badge with brass slider and two brazing holes to reverse of scroll, numerals and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. The regiment amalgamating with the 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars in October 1958 to form The Queen’s Own Royal Irish Hussars. KK756: Circa 1907-1954 Condition: GC
4th (Queens Own) Hussars A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with homemade pin fastening to rear and two brazing holes to scroll, numerals and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. The regiment amalgamating with the 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars in October 1958 to form The Queen’s Own Royal Irish Hussars. KK756: Circa 1907-1954 Condition: GC
4th Anti-Aircraft Division A scarce red triangle with three printed blue buckles. Condition: VGC
4th Armoured Brigade A WWll black embroidered desert rat (right facing) on a white silk square. The 4th served with the Eighth Army in the Middle East and with the 21st Army Group in North West Europe. Condition: GC
4th Infantry Division (2nd pattern) A white cotton square with a printed red circle, the quarter (4th) segment displaced. The 4th was one of the the first units to be sent to France as part of the British Expeditionary Force at the outbreak of the First World War. It was involved with all the major offensives including the Battle of the Marne, Battle of Ypres, Battle of the Somme and the Battle of Passchendaele. Condition: GC Removed from uniform
4th Infantry Division (3rd pattern) A black silk square with a embroidered red circle, the quarter (4th) segment displaced with white separation line. The 4th was part of the British Expeditionary Force in the 1st and 2nd World War. In the WWII it was served between the French and Belgium borders. The division sustained heavy losses in the Battle of France in May–June 1940, and was evacuation at Dunkirk. Condition: Good to VGC
4th Queens Own Hussars A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll and numerals in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK756: Circa 1907-1954 Condition: GC
4th Queens Own Hussars (Officer) A scarce Officers 3 piece die-cast badge in silver and gilt with two gilt loops, the letter P and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON to reverse. The scroll and Roman numerals in silver plate remainder in gilt. KK756: Circa 1906 -1952 Condition: VGC
4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards A scarce early other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and two brazing holes to scroll to reverse. In 1921 the regiment was amalgamated with the 7th Dragoon Guards to form 4th/7th Dragoon Guards. KK740: Pre 1921 Condition: Slider clipped highpoints polished GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
4th Royal Irish Dragoons A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with three brazing holes and brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. (KK740) Circa 1896-1922 Condition: GC
4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. The regiments title was changed to include Royal in 1936 by Army Order 182/1936. KK742: Post 1930 Condition: GC
4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards A other ranks silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM. The Gaunt Birmingham mark will date this example post 1970. KK742: Post 1970 Condition: Pristine
4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. The regiments title was changed to include Royal in 1936 by Army Order 182/1936. KK742: Post 1930 Condition: GC
4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards An embroidered arm badge with yellow chevron to centre. Condition: VGC
4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The regiments title was changed to include Royal in 1936 by Army Order 182/1936. KK742: Post 1930 Condition: VGC
4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. The regiments title was changed to include Royal in 1936 by Army Order 182/1936. KK742: Circa 1930-1964 Condition: GC
4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards A other ranks silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name DOWLER BIRMINGHAM. KK742: Post 1960 Condition: VGC
51st Infantry Division (Highland Division) The red embroidered HD in a red circle on a dark blue felt square. The 51st where part of the Eighth Army in North Africa from 1941. After the defeat of the Axis forces they moved onto fight in Sicily and Italy. Condition: VGC
52nd Infantry Division A white Saltire onto blue shield embroidered onto a black felt backing. Trained and equipped as a mountain division the 52nd actually joined the 21st.Army Group in Northern Europe.
53rd (Welsh) Infantry Division A scarce 1st pattern red embroidered W onto a khaki felt rectangle. Raised in 1908 within the Territorial Force originally as the Welsh Division. The division was involved with fighting at Gallipoli around 1915 Condition: VGC
53rd (Welsh) Infantry Division A 2nd pattern red embroidered W onto a khaki cotton rectangle. Raised in 1908 as the Welsh division, in the early part of the WWII the division was sent to Northern Ireland coming under command of British Troops Northern Ireland. Condition: VGC
53rd (Welsh) Infantry Division A 3rd pattern red printed W onto a khaki cotton rectangle. Raised in 1908 as the Welsh division, in the early part of the WWII the division was sent to Northern Ireland coming under command of British Troops Northern Ireland. Condition: VGC
54th (East Anglian) Infantry Division A second pattern formation badge of a embroidered gold coronet with two gold arrows on a dark blue silk background. The 54 Division was formed in September 1939 as a 1st line Territorial formation with units formed from Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex and Herts. Condition: VGC
55th Division A scarce 1st World War embroidered on felt badge of an red rose with green leaves and stems on a disc of khaki. The 55th (West Lancashire) Infantry Division was raised in 1908 upon the creation of the Territorial Force originally as the West Lancashire Division, gaining its number in 1915. The division served with distinction on the Western Front during the Great War from 1915 to 1918, and was Disbanded after the war in 1919. Condition: GC
55th Infantry Division (2nd pattern) A 2nd pattern embroidery onto cotton with a rectangle khaki backing and red rose of Lancashire with green stems The 55th. was a Infantry Division composed of Territorials from the Liverpool and West Lancashire areas, and was used in a training capacity. Condition: GC Removed from uniform
56th Armoured Division (London) A 1st pattern embroidery onto felt of a blue helmet on red sword on a white felt rectangle. Condition: GC
56th Armoured Division (London) A 2nd pattern un-issued silk embroidered red sword (for London) to centre of a (Dick Wittington's) black cat sitting on a red rectangle. Condition: VGC to Pristine
573 Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery A red felt rectangle with a black and red embroidered rose and black strug bugle hanging beneath. Formed May 1943 and Reconstituted in 1947 into TA with HQ at Liverpool, Lancashire. Condition: VGC
59th Infantry Division A (2nd Pattern) embroidery onto felt of a red Pithead on a black coal tip with a blue rectangle felt background. The 59th (Staffordshire) Infantry Division, nicknamed the "Pithead Division" was part of the Territorial Army, that saw active duty during World War II. The division served as part of the 21st Army Group during the Battle of Normandy a few weeks after the D-Day landings. Circa 1939-1944 Condition: VGC
5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, centre in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. In 1922 the regiment amalgamated with the Inniskillings (6th Dragoons) to form 5th/6th Dragoons. KK744: Circa 1902-1922 Condition: GC
5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, centre in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. In 1922 the regiment amalgamated with the Inniskillings (6th Dragoons) to form 5th/6th Dragoons. KK744: Circa 1902-1922 Condition: Good to VGC
5th Anti-Aircraft Division A black aircraft with five red flames tailing to rear embroidered onto a silk khaki square. Condition: GC Removed from uniform
5th Anti-Aircraft Division A black aircraft with five red flames tailing to rear printed onto a khaki square. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
5th Anti-Aircraft Division A different design to the black aircraft (Junkers JU 52) with five red flames tailing to rear embroidered onto a felt khaki square. Condition: VGC...
5th Anti-Aircraft Division A black aircraft with five red flames tailing to rear embroidered onto a felt khaki square. Condition: VGC
5th Army Group Royal Artillery A printed blue square with a red 6 spoke wheel and arrow from bottom left to top right. Condition: Removed from uniform
5th City of London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) A other ranks die-struck white metal badge with brass slider to reverse this example having the solid centre. KK1821: Circa Post 1918 Condition: VGC
5th City of London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) A other ranks die-stamped white metal badge with brass slider to reverse this example with a non-voided centre. KK1820: Post 1908 Condition: GC
5th City of London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) A other ranks die-struck white metal badge with two lugs to reverse this example having the solid centre. KK1820: Circa Pre 1918 Condition: VGC
5th City of London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) A other ranks die-struck white metal badge with brass slider to reverse this example with a non-voided centre. KK1820: Post 1908 Condition: GC
5th City of London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) A other ranks die-stamped white metal badge with brass slider to reverse this example with a non-voided centre. KK1820: Post 1908 Condition: Needs a clean otherwise GC
5th Infantry Division A first pattern printed white Y on a brown printed cotton square. The 5th Infantry Division was a Regular Army formation based at Catterick North Yorkshire under Northern Command. The division went to France to join the rest of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) by early October 1939. Condition: GC
5th Infantry Division A 2nd pattern formation badge of a white embroidered Y on a black felt disc. Condition: Frayed on edges else GC
5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards A other ranks silver anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. KK1891: Early 1960s Condition: Pristine
5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards A other ranks white-metal badge of the VDG monogram below the St.Edwards crown with a brass slider to reverse. KK1891: Pre 1960 Condition: VGC
5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-cast white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. KK745: Post 1929 Condition: Good to VGC
5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-cast white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK745: Post 1929 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards (Collar) A other ranks left facing silver and gold anodised collar badge with single lug in the centre at reverse. Condition: VGC
6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons A Victorian/Edwardian example of this other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with three brazing holes to scroll, Castle in white-metal scroll in gilding-metal. KK758: Circa 1882-1908 Condition: GC
6th Anti-Aircraft Division A red arrow outlined in white with two white target rings painted onto a black square. Condition: VGC
6th Anti-Aircraft Division A red arrow outlined in white with two white target rings embroidered onto a black felt square. Condition: VGC
6th Armoured Division Embroidered example of the white mailed gauntlet on a black background. Part of First Army that fought in North Africa, and then joined the Eighth Army fighting up through Italy. WW11 Condition GC removed from uniform
6th Armoured Division Embroidered WWII example of the white mailed gauntlet on a black background. Part of First Army that fought in North Africa, and then joined the Eighth Army fighting up through Italy. Condition VGC
6th Army Group Royal Artillery A printed square in black with a white sign similar to the letter M. Form in March 1943 in Almaza, Egypt Removed from uniform
6th County of London Battalion (City of London Rifles) A scarce other ranks die-struck blackened-brass badge with brass slider to reverse. In 1935 the 6th battalion converted as 31st (City of London Rifles) search-light battalion of the Royal Engineers and adopted RE Insignia. KK1824: 1916-1935 Condition: GC
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with pin and clasp fixing to reverse, the scroll and centre in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. In 1921 the regiment was amalgamated with 3rd Dragoon Guards (Prince of Wale's) to form 3rd/6th Dragoon Guards. KK747: Circa 1902-1921 Condition: GC
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two brazing holes and brass slider to reverse, the scroll and centre in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. In 1921 the regiment was amalgamated with 3rd Dragoon Guards (Prince of Wale's) to form 3rd/6th Dragoon Guards. KK747: Circa 1902-1921 Condition: GC
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two brazing holes and brass slider to reverse, the scroll and centre in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. In 1921 the regiment was amalgamated with 3rd Dragoon Guards (Prince of Wale's) to form 3rd/6th Dragoon Guards. KK747: Circa 1902-1921 Condition: GC
7th (The Leeds Rifles) Battalion, The West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)(TA) A scarce other ranks silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM Post 1960s Condition: Pristine
7th Armoured Division A right facing desert rat embroidered in red and outlined in white on a black background. Condition: GC removed from uniform
7th Armoured Division The Jerboa or desert rat embroidered in red with white outline on black rectangle. Famous for its fighting against Rommels Africa Corps in the North Africa campaign but the unit was also engaged in operations in Italy and North West Europe.
7th Armoured Division A left facing desert rat embroidered in red and outlined in white on a black background. Condition: GC removed from uniform
7th Army Group Royal Artillery A dark blue silk square with a yellow embroidered Centaur drawing a bow and arrow facing to the right. Served in Africa in 1944 Condition: GC
7th Army Group Royal Artillery A dark blue silk square with a yellow embroidered Centaur drawing a bow and arrow facing to the left. Served in Africa in 1944 Condition: Good to VGC
7th Battalion The Hampshire Regiment A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge of a dog-gauge with two loops to reverse. The Battalion was first raised at Winchester in September 1914 shortly afterward it moved to Dublin, to join 16th (Irish) Division. KK1732: Circa 1914-1947 Condition: VGC...
7th City of London Battalion A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and two brazing holes to reverse, numeral 7 in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1826 Post 1908 Condition: Good to VGC
7th City of London Battalion A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, numeral 7 in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1826 Post 1908 Condition: VGC
7th City of London Battalion A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, numeral 7 in white-metal pinned to grenade in gilding-metal. KK1826 Post 1908 Condition: GC
7th Dragoon Guards (Princess Royal's) A other ranks 2nd pattern badge die-struck in gilding-metal of the Crest of Earl Ligonier with a brass slider to reverse. In 1922 the regiment was amalgamated with the 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards to form the 4th/7th Dragoon Guards. KK749: Circa 1906-1922 Condition: VGC
7th Queen's Own Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with brazing holes visible to reverse, monogram in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK760: Circa 1901-1954 Condition: GC shortened slider crudely soldered
7th Queen's Own Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with three brazing holes and brass slider to reverse, monogram in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK760: Circa 1901-1954 Condition: Good to VGC
7th Queens Own Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with brass slider to reverse, an applied monogram in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK760: Circa 1901-1954 Condition: GC
7th The Queen's Own Hussars A scarce Victorian other ranks bi-metal badge with two loops to reverse. The monogram QO in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK759: Circa 1896-1901 Condition: VGC
7th The Queen's Own Hussars A scarce Victorian matching pair of other ranks collar badges in bi-metal, the monogram QO in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal both with two loops and two brazing holes to reverse. As KK759: Circa 1896-1901 Condition: Pristine
87th Army Group Royal Artillery A 3rd pattern embroidered on felt badge of a black Phoenix with yellow markings rising out of a yellow fire with red base on a blue felt square. Condition: Good to VGC
88th Army Group Royal Artillery A felt diamond left half in blue and right half in red with yellow embroidered cannon facing right and numerals 88 above. Condition: GC
89th Army Group Royal Artillery A dark green square with white horse shoe and yellow flaming grenade within both with green markings. Condition: GC
8th (King's Royal Irish) Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, crown and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. This unit was first raised in 1693 as a Dragoon Regiment and did not become a Hussar Regiment until 1823. KK762: Circa 1904-1952 Condition: GC
8th (Kings Royal Irish) Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, crown and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK762 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
8th Anti-Aircraft Division A embroidery onto silk of a black twin engine plain with red 8 pointed star to centre of fuselage on sky blue background. Condition: GC
8th Anti-Aircraft Division A embroidery onto silk of a black twin engine plain with large red 8 pointed star to centre of fuselage on sky blue background. Condition: Dirty but in GC
8th Battalion The Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regt) (Leeds Rifles) A scarce other ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with two lugs to reverse. a scroll with 8th Bn PWO West Yorkshire Regt. KK1712: Post 1908 Condition: Good to VGC
8th City of London Battalion (Post Office Rifles) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. In 1922 the 8th and the 7th Battalions amalgamated to become the 7th City of London Regiment. KK1827: Pre 1922 Condition: GC
8th City of London Battalion (Post Office Rifles) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. In 1922 the 8th and the 7th Battalions amalgamated to become the 7th City of London Regiment. KK1827: Pre 1922 Condition: GC
8th King's (Royal Irish Hussars) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, crown and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal, a single brazing hole to reverse of crown. KK762 Condition: GC
90th Army Group Royal Artillery A printed white square with inner maroon border within border a maroon cross with smaller blue crosses between each quarter. Condition: VGC
92nd Army Group Royal Artillery A red top and blue bottom felt example with an embroidered white bird flying from a hand. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
9th (Cyclist) Battalion, The Hampshire Regiment A very scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1869: Raised 1911 disbanded 1920 Condition: VGC
9th (Queen's Royal) Lancers A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, surmounted by an Imperial Crown. (KK764) Circa: 1902-1952. Condition: VGC
9th (Queen's Royal) Lancers A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal lance-plate with two screw post's to reverse. KK720 Condition: Good to VGC
9th (Queen's Royal) Lancers A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, surmounted by an Imperial Crown. Initially raised as dragoons or mounted infantry, they became Light Dragoons in 1783 and Lancers in 1816. (KK764) Circa: 1902-1952. Condition: VGC
9th (Queens Royal) Lancers A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, surmounted by an Imperial Crown. (KK764) Circa: 1902-1952. Condition: GC
9th Armoured Division A 2nd pattern flash of a Pandas head in white felt with black embroidered markings, dispanded in 1944. Condition: GC
9th County of London Battalion (Queen Victoria's) A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse, St.George and the Dragoon to a voided centre. KK1828: Post 1908 Condition: GC slider as found
Aberdeen University O.T.C. A die-struck white-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. A shield with the Arms of the University with a scroll beneath. KK2436: Pre 1951 Condition: Good to VGC
Aberdeen University O.T.C. A scarce large heavy cast 2nd pattern badge with two lugs to reverse, a Wild Boars head within a displaced circlet. KK2437: Post 1951 Condition: GC
Adjutant General Corps (Officer) A Officers large die-cast Gilt and Silver-plated badge with two silver-gilt loops to reverse and makers name FIRMIN. KK2729: Post 1992 Condition: GC Highpoint's polished
Adjutant Generals Corps A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two lugs to reverse, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK2729(3) Post 1992 Condition: Pristine
Airborne Forces An Airborne Forces WW II printed example of the pale blue Bellerophon astride a Pegasus on maroon square. Condition: GC
Aldershot District A 2nd pattern flash of blue felt shield with white embroidered search lights green embroidered bottom half with red and yellow torch with flame. Removed from uniform Condition: GC
Alexandra Princes of Wales Own (Yorkshire Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK616: Post 1903 Condition: GC
Alexandra Princes of Wales Own (Yorkshire Regiment) A scarcer Imperial Crown variation of this other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK617: Pre 1950 Condition: Good to VGC
Alexandra Princes of Wales Own (Yorkshire Regiment) A scarcer Imperial Crown variation of this other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK617: Pre 1950 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Alexandra Princes of Wales Own Yorkshire Yeomanry (Hussars) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK1409 Condition: Slider replaced otherwise GC
Alexandra Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. The Regiment gained its nick name ‘The Green Howards’ in 1744, during the War of the Austrian Succession from 1740–48,when under the command of Lieutenant-General Thomas Howard. KK616: Post 1903 Condition: GC
Alexandra Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment) A 2nd pattern Officers Hallmarked Silver cap badge of the letter A 'Cypher of Queen Alexandra') with Dannebrog inscribed with the date 1875, with hallmark to reverse and two long silver loops. KK616: Birmingham 1930 Condition: GC
Ardingly College Sussex A die-struck bi-metal badge of the Royal Sussex Regiment badge of the Roussillion plume with the Star of the Order of the Garter but scroll inscribed ARDINGLY C.C.F. to the reverse two lugs and four brazing holes to scroll. KK2502(2) Condition: GC
Army Catering Corps A other-ranks 1st edition gold and silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B,HAM. Brazier in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2158: Early 1960s Condition: Pristine
Army Catering Corps A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, brazier in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK2157: Pre 1951 Condition: High-points polished
Army Cyclist Corps A very scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse 16 spoke version. As KK1871: Circa 1914-1919 Condition: GC
Army Cyclist Corps A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, this badge has only 12 spokes in the wheel not the more common sixteen. KK1872: Pre 1919
Army Education Corps A Officers die-cast bronze badges with two blades to reverse. KK1056: Circa 1920 Condition: VGC
Army Educational Corps A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1056: Circa 1927-1946 Condition: Good to VGC
Army Junior School of Music (Collar) A scarce silver anodied collar badge with single loop to reverse. As KK2734 Circa 1990-1992 Condition: Pristine
Army Ordnance Corps A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with slider to reverse. A shield bearing the Ordanance Arms for use with the Field service cap. KK1024: Circa 1896-1918 Condition: Good to VGC
Army Physical Training Corps A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK2154: Circa 1940-1954 Condition: GC
Army Physical Training Corps A other ranks silver-anodised crossed swords with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON. KK2155: Circa Mid 1990s Condition: GC
Army Physical Training Corps A pair of collar badges in white-metal and die-cast with lugs to reverse, crossed swords with Imperial crown above. As KK2152: Pre 1954 Condition: GC
Army Service Corps A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with pin fitting to reverse. KK990: Circa Pre 1918 Condition: GC
Army Service Corps A other ranks die-stamped brass economy badge with solid centre and brass slider to reverse. KK990: Circa 1916-1918 Condition: VGC
Army Veterinary Corps A scarce other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with the monogram AVC in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal and brass slider to reverse. The corps was granted the prefix Royal in 1918 for service in WW1. KK1043: Circa 1903-1918 Condition: GC
Auxiliary Territorial Service A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK2188: Post 1938 Condition: Good to GC
Auxiliary Territorial Service A scarce WWII chocolate-brown plastic economy badge with plastic slider to reverse inscribed with makers name JR & L Ltd BHAM KK2279: Circa 1943 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Auxiliary Territorial Service (Collar) A other ranks die-cast gilding-metal example with two brass lugs to reverse. Post 1938 Condition: GC
Auxillery Territorial Service A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK2188: Post 1938 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment A facing pair of Officers bronzed collar badges for the OSD with 2 lugs to reverse of each. Churchill 512: Condition: Godd to VGC
Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment A right facing Officers bronzed die-cast collar badge for the OSD with 2 lugs to reverse. Churchill 512: Condition: VGC
Bedfordshire Yeomanry (Lancers) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal cap/collar badge with two lugs to reverse. KK1488 Condition: VGC
Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry A scarce die-cast bronzed/brass badge with two toned loops to reverse, the white horse of Berkshire on a scroll with the letters I.Y below. KK1340: Circa 1901-1908 Condition: GC
Birmingham University O.T.C A die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The Arms of the University upon a ornamental escutcheon with scroll below. KK2440 Condition: GC
Bloxham School OTC (Oxon) A die-stamped badge with 2 loops to reverse. Three pheons and a chevron on a shield with scroll inscribed JUSTORAM SEMITA LUX SPLENDENS KK2509 Condition: GC
Bomb Disposal A large 70mm x 55mm red felt badge with a large embroidered yellow bomb with two blue lines towards nose. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
Bomb Disposal A 48mm x 43mm red felt badge with a embroidered yellow bomb with two blue lines towards nose. Condition: VGC
Brighton College (Sussex) A die-stamped bronzed badge with two loops to reverse, the arms of the college charged on a shield superimposed on crossed rifles. KK2515 Condition: GC loops strengthened
Bristol University OTC A very scarce die-struck gilding-metal badge bearing the coat of arms of the University with a brass slider to reverse. KK2443 Condition: Good to VGC
Cambridge University O.T.C. A die-stamped bronzed example with two bronzed blades to reverse. The arms of the university within a strap. KK2446 Condition: VGC
Campbell College Belfast OTC A scarce die-struck gilding-metal badge of an escutcheon bearing the arms of the college with a brass slider to reverse. KK2521 Condition: VGC
Catterick District A embroidery onto felt of a small white rose on larger red rose with yellow star to centre and yellow sepals. Condition: GC
Central Midland & East Central District Command A red vertical rectangle with white printed design and black markings. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
Chemical Warfare Group Royal Engineers A scarce formation flash in green, yellow and red felt bars from WWII WWII
Church Lads Brigade King's Royal Rifle Corps Cadets A die-struck blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse, and voided centre. Pre 1952 Condition: GC
Coldstream Guards A other ranks die-struck badge in gilding-metal with two lugs to reverse. KK901: Pre 1958 Condition: GC
Coldstream Guards (WO) A scarce Warrant Officers Forage cap star in silver plate and enamel with a pin holding brass plate at reverse and two silvered lugs. (KK899) Condition: VGC
Coopers’ Company and Coborn School (Upminster) A very scarce die-stamped white-metal badge with two loops to reverse this is possibly a livery badge. The arms granted in 1909 a 'Shield with a chevron between three annulets and three lilies argent, on either side a camel and the Motto beneath - Love as Brethren.' The motto was adopted by the school in the 16th century following the English Reformation. A total of 118 pupils and one master from Coopers School lost their lives during the Great War. Circa 1909-1945 Condition: GC
Corps of Military Police A die-struck gilding-metal badge with the cypher of King George VI within a laurel-wreath and brass slider to reverse. KK2130: Circa 1937-1946 Condition: GC
Corps of Military Police A die-struck gilding-metal badge with the cypher of King George V within a laurel-wreath and brass slider to reverse. KK1031: Circa 1926-1936 Condition: GC
Corps of Military Police A die-stamped gilding-metal badge with the cypher of King George VI within a laurel-wreath and brass slider to reverse. KK2130: Circa 1937-1946 Condition: GC
Corps of Royal Engineers A WWII chocolate-brown plastic economy badge with two brass blades and makers name A STANLEY & SONS WALSALL to reverse. KK2204: Circa 1943 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Corps of Royal Engineers (Economy) A other ranks chocolate-brown Bakelite economy badge with with the Cypher of King George VI within the Garter. A brass fixing strip to reverse and the makers name A.STANLEY & SONS WALSALL KK2204: Circa WW2 Condition: GC
Corps of Royal Military Police A matching pair of Officers silver-plated collar badges with two lugs to reverse. As KK2132: Post 1953 Condition: Pristine
Corps of Royal Military Police (Officer) A short lived matching pair of Officers King George VI silver-plated collar badges with two lugs to reverse. As KK2131: Circa 1948-1953 Condition: GC
Cranleigh School Surrey A die-struck blackened-brass Pashal Lamb with two lugs to reverse on a torse with the scroll inscribed CRANLEIGH C.C.F below. KK2532(4) Condition: GC
Cranleigh School Surrey OTC A die-struck blackened-brass Pashal Lamb carrying a square-ended flag with two lugs to reverse on a torse with the scroll inscribed CRANLEIGH O.T.C below. KK2532(4) Condition: Good to VGC
Crown (Economy) A large Imperial Crown in Light-bronze bacolite plastic with two loops and makers name A.STANLEY & SONS WALSALL to reverse. Circa: WW2 Condition: VGC
Dean Close School CCF Cheltenham A die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. KK2534 Condition: Good to VGC
Denstone College Staffordshire OTC A die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. KK2535 Condition: VGC
Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Rifle Volunteers (Collar) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. The 1st and 3rd Derbyshire RVC and 2nd Nottinghamshire RV all adopted the above collar badge. Churchill 1270: Post 1887 Condition: GC
Devonshire Regiment A die-cast Officers cap/lapel badge in bronze with two lugs to reverse. KK602 Post 1902 Condition: GC
Devonshire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal Helmet Plate Centre with four toned brass loops to reverse. (KK300) Circa 1881-1914 Condition: Good to VGC
Devonshire Regiment A scarce early pattern of the other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal Helmet Plate Centre, this example has the castle walls to show brickwork between the towers not the normal blank walls. As (KK300) Circa 1881-1914 Condition: GC Loops as found
Diver Royal Engineers A embroidered yellow helmet with light brown markings on a khaki felt background. Condition: Pristine
Downside School (Bath) A die-stamped blackened-metal badge of the Cross Moline with two scrolls inscribed DOWNSIDE SCHOOL, to reverse two loops. KK2541 Condition: GC
Duke of Cambridge's Middlesex Yeomanry (Hussars) A scarce other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the cypher of King George V in the centre of a circlet on a 8 point star. KK1451: Circa 1911-1936 Condition: VGC
Duke of Cambridge's Middlesex Yeomanry (Hussars) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the cypher of King George Vl in the centre of a circlet on a eight pointed star. KK1451: Circa 1936-1952 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Duke of Cambridge's Middlesex Yeomanry (Hussars) A scarce other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the cypher of King George V in the centre of a circlet on a eight point star. KK1451: Circa 1910-1936 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry A facing pair of Officers collar badges in bronze for the overseas service dress with 2 lugs to reverse of each and makers name FIRMIN LONDON. Churchill 907: Post 1932 Condition: VGC
Duke of Yorks Royal Military School A silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON. Marsh AAO02: Post 1990 Condition: GC
Dulwich College O.T.C. A scarce brass shoulder title to Dulwich OTC College with four loops to reverse. Many of these can be found in white-metal but brass is extremely scarce. Westlake 1695
Durham Light Infantry A other ranks die-stamped white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. In 1968 the regiment was merged with other light infantry regiments to form the Light Infantry Brigade. KK681: Post 1903 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Durham Light Infantry A short lived other ranks die-cast white-metal badge this example is the smaller beret badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON. KK2015: Circa 1950-1955 Condition: Good to VGC
Durham Light Infantry A other ranks die-cast white-metal beret example with the St. Edwards crown. KK2016: Circa 1955-1980s Condition: GC slider snapped off POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Durham Light Infantry (5th, 7th, 8th and 9th Bns) TF A scarce smaller version of the other ranks die-stamped blackened-brass badge for wear on the beret. As KK2015: 1950 Condition: VGC Slider missing
Durham Light Infantry (Collar) A scarce other ranks die-struck right facing blackened collar badge with three fixing lugs to reverse. Churchill 1611: Circa 1910-1950 Condition: GC
Durham Light Infantry (Victorian) A scarce other ranks die-stamped white-metal Victorian example with two loops to reverse. KK680: Circa 1896-1901 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Durham Light Infantry Volunteer Battalion A other ranks die-struck white-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Churchill 1624: Pre 1908 Condition: GC
East Anglian Brigade (Collar) A other ranks gold anodised collar badge with single central lug to reverse. Condition: GC Light coat of varnish
East Anglian Infantry Division Training Staff A red felt shield with white embroidered Viking head worn by members of the permanent staff at any of the East Anglian Regimental Depots, this badge was worn on the right arm and the blue Viking on the left. The red Viking was the East Anglian Divisional/District badge; with headquarters at Colchester, Essex. Condition: VGC
East Lancashire Regiment (Officer OSD) A Officers die-cast bronzed OSD cap badge with two bronzed blades to reverse. KK638: Post 1902 Condition: VGC...
East Lancashire Regiment (Officer) A Officers pair of bronzed collar badges both with two loops to reverse. Churchill 853/4: Post 1903 Condition: GC
East Surrey Regiment A scarce Victorian matching pair of other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with two loops to reverse of each. Churchill 872: Circa 1894-1903 Condition: Pristine
East Surrey Regiment A Officers Gilt and Silver-plated collar-badge with two lugs to reverse, shield and crown in gilt remainder in silver-plate. Churchill 879: Circa 1954-1959 Condition: Good to VGC
East Surrey Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider and seven brazing holes to reverse, the crown, shield and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK640: Post 1902 Condition: Good to VGC
Edinburgh University O.T.C A scarce large die-stamped white-metal badge with a long brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name GLADMAN & NORMAN SPENCER ST BIRMINGHAM 18 The shield bears the arms of the university with a scroll inscribed Edinburgh University Training Corps (T.A.). KK2453: Circa 1948-1952 Condition: VGC
Epsom College CCF A scarce gold anodised painted brown badge with two loops to reverse, only manufactured by Firmin & Sons. Rawlings 688 Condition: GC
Essex Imperial Yeomanry A scarce other ranks die-cast gilding-metal badge with pin and clasp to reverse, the circlet inscribed AUDACTER ET SINCERE. KK1369: Circa 1901-1908 Condition: GC
Essex Regiment 20 A scarce and unusual red felt flash with white embroidered serifs ESSEX 20 Condition: VGC
Fusiliers Universal Grenade Collar Badge A pair of brass universal other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each. Churchill 123: Post 1873 Condition: GC
General Service Corps A other ranks gold-anodised badge with two lugs North and South to reverse. KK2165 Condition: GC
General Service Corps A large other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge of the Royal Arms with brass slider to reverse. KK1084 Condition: GC
General Service Corps A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. As KK1084 But smaller Condition: Service Wear GC
General Service Corps (Economy) A Second World War Plastic Economy badge in chocolat-brown, with brass fixing blades and makers name A STANLEY & SON WALSALL to reverse. KK2278: Circa1943-45 Condition: VGC
General Service Corps (Junior Leaders Training Regt) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. KK2164: 1944-1954 Condition: GC
General Service Corps (Officers Collars) A pair of die-struck Gilt collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each. As KK2116: Post 1915 Condition: Gilt rubbed
Gibraltar Royal Artillery Units The Yellow key for Gibraltar embroidered onto a rectangle with top section in red and bottom section in blue. Condition: GC
Glasgow & Strathclyde University OTC A early 2nd pattern 1970s gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON KK2460: Post 1970 Condition: Pristine
Glasgow University OTC A scarce die-stamped chromed example of St. Mungo the (Patron Saint of Glasgow) with two chromed loops north and south. KK2458: Pre 1951 Condition: VGC
Grenadier Guards A other ranks die-stamped example in gilding-metal with two fixing lugs to the reverse. (KK891) Circa 1896-1962 Condition Report: GC
Grenadier Guards A other ranks die-stamped example in gilding-metal with two lugs to the reverse. (KK891) Circa 1896-1962 Condition: Used condition
Grenadier Guards A other ranks die-stamped example in gilding-metal with brass slider to the reverse. (KK891) Circa 1896-1962 Condition: GC
Grenadier Guards (Sgts and Bandsman) A other ranks gold-anodised badge with two lugs to reverse. The crown and cypher of Queen Elizabeth II upon the grenade. KK1953: Post 1963 Condition: Pristine
Guards Armoured Division A embroidered white eye on a dark-blue felt background and red embroidered border. The division landed in Normandy in June 1944 as part of the 21st.Army Group Condition: Removed from uniform
Gurkha Transport Regiment A two piece other ranks beret badge in gold and silver anodised with slider to reverse, star and kukri-blades in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2091(2): Circa 1985-1995 Condition: VGC
Haileybury & Imperial Service College Herts CCF A die-struck bi-metal badge with scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK2569(2) Condition: No slider & polishing to highpoints
Hampshire and Dorset District. A WWII printed white figure of "Victory"facing to the right and the "Needles" rocks on a blue square backing. Condition: GC
Hampshire and Dorset District. A WWII printed white figure of "Victory"facing to the left and the "Needles" rocks on a blue square backing. Condition: GC
Her Majesty's Reserve Regiment of Dragoon Guards A scarce die-struck brass shoulder title from the Boer War period with two toned loops to reverse. Westlake 1590: Circa 1990-1902 Condition: VGC
Her Majesty's Reserve Regiment of Dragoons A scarce die-struck brass shoulder title from the Boer War period with two toned loops to reverse. Westlake 1591: Circa 1990-1902 Condition: VGC
Her Majesty's Reserve Regiment of Hussars A scarce die-struck brass shoulder title from the Boer War period with two loops to reverse. Westlake 1592: Circa 1990-1902 Condition: VGC
Hertfordshire Yeomanry A die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. AHart trippant on a ford within a strap with St. Edwards crown above. KK2325: Circa 1952-1955 Condition: VGC
Home Guard A brass home guards shoulder title with two lugs to reverse. Westlake 1824 Condition: GC
Honourable Artillery Company (Artillery) A Officers scarce OSD die-struck bronze badge with two fixing blades to revese; top scroll "HAC" base scroll "ARMA PACIS FULCRA". The Headquarters of the unit was Armoury House in Finsbury London KK1761: Circa 1902-52 Condition: VGC
HQ British Troops Low Countries A embroidered blue cross on yellow shield Condition: GC
Hurstpierpoint College C.C.F (Sussex) A die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse, a left facing eagle standing on a torse. KK2578(2) Condition: Polished to high points GC
Inns of Court (O.T.C) A brass example with two fixing loops to reverse. Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Inns of Court (O.T.C) A die-stamped gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK1859: Pre 1932 Condition: GC
Inns of Court (OTC) A die-stamped blackened example with two fixing lugs to reverse. KK1859: Pre 1932 Condition: GC
Inns of Court (V.R.C)(Collar) A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse, South African honours and bottom scroll inscribed INNS OF COURT V.R.C. Has been blackened . Circa 1860-1881 Condition: Good to VGC
Inns of Court and City Yeomanry A die-cast white-metal/Chrome badge with two screw fixings to reverse. The arms of Lincoln's Inn the Inner Temple, the Middle Temple and Gray's Inn with the arms of the City of London over the centre. KK2317: Post 1961 Condition: Good to VGC
Inns of Court O.T.C. A scarce matching pair of die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each. As KK2318: Pre 1958 Condition: Good to VGC
Intelligence Corps A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK2152: Circa 1940-1954 Condition: GC
Intelligence Corps A matching pair of Queen Elizabeth II Officers silver-plated collar badges with two lugs to reverse and makers mark LB&B MADE IN ENGLAND for (London Badge & button Company). As KK2153: Post 1955 Condition: Pristine
Intelligence Corps A matching pair of Officers silver-plated collar badges with Imperial Crown and two lugs to reverse and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. As KK2152: 1940 -1955 Condition: VGC
Intelligence Corps (Officer) A Officers Silvered cap badge with two silvered lugs to reverse along with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON KK2153 Condition: VGC...
Irish Guards A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with two lug fixings to reverse. The Regiment was formed on 1st April 1900 by order of Queen Victoria. KK914: Post 1900 Condition: VGC
Irish Guards A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal Star of the Order of St. Patrick worn as part of the shoulder title with two flat lugs to reverse.. Churchill 715 Condition: VGC
Irish Guards A other ranks gold-anodised badge with two lugs to reverse. The Irish Guards Motto is "Quis Separabit' (Who shall separate us). KK914: Post 1953 Condition: GC
Irish Guards A other ranks die-stramped gilding-metal example with two loops to reverse. The Regiment was formed on 1st April 1900 by order of Queen Victoria. KK914: Post 1900 Condition: Shaped to fit head-dress VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Kent and County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) A gold anodised shoulder title with two hexagonal lugs to reverse. Westlake:265: Early 1960s Condition: GC
King Charles I School (Kidderminster) A scarce die-stamped white-metal example with the Royal Arms on an escutcheon, and two loops to reverse. KK2586 Condition: Good to VGC
King Edward's School Birmingham CCF A die-struck white-metal badge with two lugs to reverse, the escutcheon with King Edward VI coat of arms. KK2593 Condition: GC
King Edwards Horse (The King's Overseas Dominions Regiment) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with a brass slider to reverse, Imperial crown above the Royal Crest. KK1507 Condition:
King's College School, Wimbledon (OTC) A die-stamped blackened-brass badge of the Royal Arms of George IV with Royal Crest above, with two loops to reverse. KK2587: Condition: GC
King's College School, Wimbledon (OTC) A die-stamped blackened-brass badge of the Royal Arms of George IV with Royal Crest above, two lugs to reverse and original red-cloth backing. KK2587: Condition: GC
King's Shropshire Light Infantry A other ranks right facing die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Churchill 1419: Circa 1887-1951 Condition: VGC
Lancing College Sussex CCF A die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. KK2605(3) Condition: GC
Leys School Cambridge A gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. a solid disc with the school arms to centre. KK2607 Condition: GC
Lincolnshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. The regiment was first raised in 1685 as the Earl of Bath's Regt its first Colonel being John Granvill. (KK600) Pre 1948 Condition: GC
Lincolnshire Regiment A scarce other ranks die-stamped bi-metal HPC with four brass loops to reverse, the Sphinx to centre in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK299: Circva 1881-1914 Condition: VGC
London University OTC A Gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with the makers name FIRMIN LONDON KK2466: Late 1960s Condition: Pristine...
Machine Gun Corps A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal cap badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1154: Circa 1915-1922 Condition: GC
Maidstone Grammar School A scarce die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse, the Maidstone coat of arms on a shield with crown above and scroll below. KK2615 Condition: Good to VGC
Manchester University O.T.C. A die-struck gilding-metal badge with slider to reverse, The Lion is from the Arms of the University. KK2467: Pre 1950 Condition: GC
Maritime Anti-Aircraft Artillery This is a 1st pattern badge with embroidered red anchor and white letters (A A) and rope on dark blue silk. Condition: left bottom corner damaged
Maritime Anti-Aircraft Artillery This is a 2nd pattern badge with embroidered red anchor and white letters (R A) and rope on dark blue felt Waring 506 Condition: VGC
Marlborough College Wiltshire (OTC) A die-struck gilding-metal example with two lugs to reverse, the arms of the college on a shield with a pair of mitre's above. KK2619 Condition: GC
Merchants Taylors School OTC A die-struck blackened-brass example of The Arms, supporters and motto of the Merchant Taylor's Company, with two long fixing loops to reverse. KK2621 Condition: GC...
Middlesex Regiment (Officer) A die-cast unmarked silvered example with two lugs to reverse. As KK672 Condition: GC
Middlesex Volunteer Regiment A scarce die-struck bronzed badge with bronze slider to reverse inscribed with makers name THOMAS FATTORINI BOLTON. Part of the volunteer force of 1914-1919. To centre a shield with a Saxon crown and three seaxes beneath within an oval inscribed Middlesex Volunteer Regiment. KK1666: Circa 1914-1919 Condition: GC
Mobile Defence Corps A scarce other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. This badge is only made by J.R.Gaunt and the badge was only around for a short period of time. The Phoenix and flames in gold-anodise remainder in silver-anodise. KK2160: Circa 1955-1959 Condition: VGC
No 1 Port Task Force Royal Engineers A printed design of a yellow lion with black and light brown markings holding a white sword and anchor on a dark blue background. Condition: VGC
No 1 Port Task Force Royal Engineers A embroidered on felt example of a yellow lion with black markings holding a white sword and anchor on a dark blue background. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
No 3 Port Task Force Royal Engineers A pair of printed formation signs with yellow dolphin, white and black eye and black markings around a sword in yellow with white and black blade on a blue background. Condition: VGC
Norfolk and District A printed example on a shield bordered in black with black on white (top left bottom right) and white on black (top right bottom left) segments.This badge was worn when the unit was part of Eastern Command during WW II. Condition: GC
North Irish Horse A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with two lugs to reverse, this version with non-voided harp. In 1908 the regiment became a special reserve unit following the formation of the Territorial Force. KK1503: Post 1908 Condition: GC
North Midland District A green felt square with embrodiered archer facing to the right in red, green and black. Condition: GC
North West District formation flash A embroidery onto a green felt square, a red rose with green markings and yellow sepals and centre with yellow tristed ring around outside. Condition: VGC
Northern Ireland District A 3rd pattern example of the Irish Harp with the king's crown printed in yellow upon a green shield with yellow border. Condition: Removed from uniform
Orkney & Shetland Defences A WWII embroidery onto felt of a red fouled anchor onto a navy dark blue background. Condition: VGC
Oundle School OTC Peterborough Northants A scarce die-struck bronzed badge with two lugs to reverse. the arms, crest, helm and supporters of the Grocers Company who founded the school. KK2639(2) Condition: VGC
Pembroke Yeomanry (Collar) A other ranks anodised collar badge with single central loop to reverse, coronet and scroll in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. Post 1958 Condition: Pristine
Pembroke Yeomanry (Collar) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Pre 1958 Condition: GC
Pioneer Corps A chocolate-brown Bakelite economy badge with brass strip and makers name A STANLEY & SONS WALSALL to reverse. A central pick with crossing rifle and shovel and over the top a laurel-wreath. KK2274: WW2 Condition: Slight distortion
Pioneer Corps A WWII chocolate-brown Bakelite economy badge with brass blades and makers name A STANLEY & SONS WALSALL to reverse. A central pick with crossing rifle and shovel and over the top a laurel-wreath. KK2274: WW2 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Price's School Fareham A die-cast white-metal badge of a lion rampant standing on a wreath and below a solid ground with the dates 1721-1908 with two lugs to reverse. KK2645 Condition: GC
Princes Victorias (Royal Irish Fusiliers) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge, a fused grenade in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal with brass slider to reverse. KK694: Post 1914 Condition: GC
Princes Victorias (Royal Irish Fusiliers) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge, a fused grenade in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal with brass slider and brazing hole to reverse. KK694: Post 1914 Condition: Worn but GC
Princes Victorias (Royal Irish Fusiliers) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge, a fused grenade in gilding-metal and the coronet and Harp with Prince of Wales's Plumes in white-metal, brazing holes to reverse. KK694: Post 1914 Condition: GC
Princes Victorias (Royal Irish Fusiliers) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal two-part badge, a fused grenade in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal two brazing holes to reverse of grenade with brass slider, two lugs on coronet. KK694 Condition: VGC
Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Berkshire Regiment) A scarce 1st pattern die-stamped gilding-metal helmet plate centre of a Stag under an Oak Tree. The Regiment was grant the Royal title in 1885 after its conduct at the Battle of Tofrek. KK339: Circa 1881-1885 Condition: GC 1 loop only
Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Regiment) A 2nd pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal helmet plate centre with four toned loops to reverse. KK340: Circa 1885-1914 Condition: GC
Public School's Senior Cadet Association A die-stamped badge in gilding-metal with two loops to reverse, a Phoenix evolving from a fire with scroll inscribed P.S.S.C.A Rawlings 1525 Condition: Good to VGC
Public School's Senior Cadet Association A die-cast bronzed badge with two bronzed blades to reverse, a Phoenix evolving from a fire with scroll inscribed P.S.S.C.A Rawlings 1525 Condition: VGC
Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve A scarce die-cast white-metal collar badge with two lugs and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON to reverse. The Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Nursing Service was formed in 1902. It was soon realised in periods of conflict that a Reserve was needed and was formed from suitably qualified nurses in civilian hospitals. At the start of the 1st World War 1914 there were just under 300 nurses in the QAIMNS, but by the end of the war this had risen to 10,404 (including reservists). The Reserve were given their own cap and lapel badge featuring a large letter “R”. Condition: GC
Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps A matching pair of Officers silver and gilt collar badges with two lugs to reverse and makers mark J.R.GAUNT LONDON As KK2186: Post 1949 Condition: GC
Queen Mary's Surrey Yeomanry A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with two fixing loops to reverse. (KK2337) Circa 1908-1922 Condition: GC
Queen Mary's Surrey Yeomanry (Lancers) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with two fixing lugs to reverse. (KK2337) Circa 1908-1922 Condition: Good to VGC
Reconnaissance Corps A matching pair of die-cast Officers bronzed collar badges with two lugs to reverse As KK1925 Condition: Good to VGC
Rhine Army Troops A embroidered gold sword on red cross upon a blue shield. Condition: GC
Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own) A scarce officers silver/plated cast example with two silver loops to reverse. The word STERLING on the reverse at the bottom centre. (KK2019) Circa 1929-1956 Condition: GC
Royal Air Force A die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. Pre: 1952 Condition: GC
Royal Air Force A die-stamped gilding-metal badge with Imperial crown and two lugs to reverse. Pre: 1952 Condition: GC
Royal Air Force A die-stamped gilding-metal badge with Imperial crown and two lugs to reverse. Pre: 1952 Condition: GC
Royal Anglian Regiment (Facing Collars) A other ranks facing pair of gold-anodised collar dogs with singla central lug to reverse of each. Condition: GC
Royal Anglian Regiment (Officers Collar) A Officers two-piece collar badge with two silvered lugs to reverse, eagle in gilt remainder in silver-plate. Condition: GC
Royal Armoured Corps A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with two lugs north and south to reverse. KK1919: Circa 1942-1954 Condition: GC
Royal Armoured Corps A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with two lugs north and south to reverse. KK1919: Circa 1942-1954 Condition: GC
Royal Armoured Corps A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with a brass slider to reverse. KK1918: Pre 1942 Condition: GC
Royal Armoured Corps A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with a brass slider to reverse. KK1918: Pre 1942 Condition: GC
Royal Armoured Corps (Economy) A Plastic Light-bronze badge with two original brass fixing blades to reverse and the makers name A.Stanley & Sons Walsall. (KK2199) Circa 1943-45 Condition Report: VGC
Royal Armoured Corps (Economy) A Plastic Light-bronze badge with two original brass fixing blades to reverse and the makers name A.Stanley & Sons Walsall. (KK2199) Circa 1943-45 Condition Report: VGC
Royal Armoured Corps (Economy) A Plastic Light-bronze badge with two original brass fixing blades to reverse and the makers name A.Stanley & Sons Walsall. (KK2199) Circa 1943-45 Condition Report: VGC
Royal Army Dental Corps A Officers two-piece pair of facing collar badges in Gilt and Silver-plate, two lugs to reverse of each and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. Dragoons head and Swords blade in silver-plate remainder in gilt. As KK2147: Circa 1948-1954 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Dental Corps A matching pair of die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each. As KK1057: Circa 1921-1948 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Army Dental Corps A facing pair of Officers silver and gilt collar badges with two lugs to reverse, the dragons head and sword blade in silver-plate remainder in gilt. As KK2148: Post 1954 Condition: Pristine
Royal Army Dental Corps A facing pair of Officers silver and gilt collar badges with two lugs to reverse, the dragons head and sword blade in silver-plate remainder in gilt. Inscribed on reverse with letter P and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. As KK2147: Circa 1948-1954 Condition: GC
Royal Army Education Corps A Officers Gilt and silver-plated cap badge with two silvered lugs to reverse, crown and scroll in gilt remainder in silver-plate. The title of 'Royal' was granted just after the second world war in 1946. KK2146: Post 1955 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Education Corps A other ranks bi-metal collar badge with crown and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal, one flat brass lug to reverse. As KK2145: Circa 1951-55 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Education Corps A Officers silver and gilt badge with two silvered lugs to reverse. KK2146: Post 1955 Condition: GC
Royal Army Education Corps A short lived other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with crown and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal, brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT London. As KK2145: Circa 1951-55 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Education Corps (Officer) A Officers matching pair of Gilt and silver-plated collar badges with two silvered lugs to reverse, crown and scroll in gilt remainder in silver-plate. The title of 'Royal' was granted just after the second world war in 1946. As KK2146: Post 1955 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Education Corps (Officers Collars) A scarce short lived two piece pair of matching Officers collar badges in Gilt and Silver-plate with two loops to reverse of each. As KK2145: Circa 1951-1955 Condition: GC
Royal Army Medical Corps A early other ranks die-cast gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. The rod of Aesculapius with a serpent twined around it with the Imperial crown above. KK1007: Pre 1950 Condition: GC
Royal Army Medical Corps A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The rod of Aesculapius with a serpent twined around it with the Imperial crown above. KK1007: Pre 1950 Condition: GC
Royal Army Medical Corps A Officers cap badge with two lugs to reverse, serpent and scroll in silver-plate remainder in gilt. KK2123: Post 1954 Condition: VGC to Pristine
Royal Army Medical Corps A scarce short lived version of an other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal.The rod of Aesculapius with a serpent twined around it with the Imperial crown above. KK1007: Circa 1950-1954 Condition: GC
Royal Army Medical Corps A facing pair of Officers collar badges with two lugs to reverse and makers name FIRMIN, serpent and scroll in silver-plate remainder in gilt. KK2123: Post 1954 Condition: Pristine
Royal Army Medical Corps A short lived facing pair of Officers collar badges with Imperial Crown and two lugs to reverse , serpent and scroll in silver-plate remainder in gilt. As KK2122: Circa 1950-1954 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Medical Corps A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The rod of Aesculapius with a serpent twined around it with the Imperial crown above. KK1007: Pre 1950 Condition: GC
Royal Army Medical Corps (Collar) A earlier version of the other ranks silver and gold anodised collar badge with two lugs and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON to reverse. As KK2123: Circa Mid 1960 Condition: Pristine
Royal Army Medical Corps (Collar) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal collar badge with single flat central lug to reverse, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. Condition: GC
Royal Army Medical Corps (Malitia Officer ) A scarce Officers die-cast bronzed OSD badge for a Militia Officer with two fixing lugs to reverse and M fixed to bottom of laurel-wreath. Post 1902 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Medical Corps (Officer) A Officers die-cast bronzed OSD badge with two fixing lugs to reverse. KK1007 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Royal Army Medical Corps (Officer) A Officers cap badge with two lugs to reverse and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON to back of scroll, serpent and scroll in silver-plate remainder in gilt. KK2123: Post 1954 Condition: GC ,makers name faint
Royal Army Ordanance Corps A embroidered black onto Khaki shoulder title for wear on the battle dress with single loop to reverse. WW1 Condition: GC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1025: Post 1920 Condition: GC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps A other ranks brass shoulder title with two round lugs to reverse. Westlake 444: Circa 1950 Condition: GC...
Royal Army Ordanance Corps A other ranks brass shoulder title with two flat hexagonal lugs to reverse. Westlake 444: Circa 1950 Condition: GC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps A other ranks anodised collar badge with central flat lug and makers name J.R.GAUNT & Son LONDON. inscribed to reverse. Shield in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. As KK2126: Circa 1954- Condition: VGC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps A scarce other ranks right facing die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Post 1896 Condition: GC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, shield in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK2125: Post 1949 Condition: GC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps A pair of shoulder titles in red felt with embroidered black serifs. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, shield in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK2125: Post 1949 Condition: GC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1025: Post 1920 Condition: GC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps A other ranks anodised two-piece cap badge with slider inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON. Shield in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. As KK2126: Circa 1954- Condition: GC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps (Collar) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal collar badge with two copper lugs to reverse. As KK1025: Circa 1920 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps (Collar) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal collar badge with two copper lugs to reverse. As KK1025: Circa 1920 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps (Economy) A other ranks chocolate-brown Bakelite economy badge with brass strip to reverse. As KK2010: Post 1920 Condition: GC
Royal Army Ordanance Corps (Officer) A facing pair of Officers silver and Gilt collar badges with St. Edwards crown above and two gilt lugs to reverse. The shield in silver-plate remainder in gilt. As KK2126: Post 1954 Condition: Pristine
Royal Army Ordanance Corps (Officer)(Collars) A facing pair of Officers bronzed die-cast collar badges with two lugs to reverse. As KK2010: Post 1920 Condition: GC
Royal Army Ordnance Corps A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1025: Post 1920 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Royal Army Ordnance Corps (Economy) A chocolate-brown plastic economy issue badge with two brass bands to reverse along with the initials MMMC for the MentMore Manufacturing Co Ltd. KK2270: Circa 1942-1945 Condition: Pristine
Royal Army Pay Corps A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal KK2133: Pre 1953 Condition: VGC Slider clipped
Royal Army Pay Corps A scarce black embroidered serifs on Khaki battle dress shoulder title with single loop to reverse. Circa WW1 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Pay Corps A facing pair of other ranks die-struck bi-metal collar badges with single central fixing lug to reverse, Royal crest in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. As KK2137: Post 1954 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Army Pay Corps A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name BUTTONS Ltd BIRMINGHAM. This example is a small beret badge with scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK2138: Post 1954 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Army Pay Corps (Officer) A die-cast two piece badge in gilt and silver plated with two gilt fixing loops to reverse and makers name FIRMIN on rear of crown, Royal crest in gilt remainder in silver-plate. KK2137: Post 1954 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Pay Corps (Officer) A facing pair of die-cast gilt and silver plated Officers collar badges with two fixing lugs to reverse, Royal crest in gilt remainder in silver-plate. As KK2137: Post 1954 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Pay Corps(Collars) A facing pair of collar badges die-struck bi-metal with 3 lugs to each, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. As KK2133 Condition: GC
Royal Army Service Corps A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with King George Vl Cyper to centre and brass slider to reverse. KK2116: Circa 1936-1949 Condition: GC
Royal Army Service Corps A Officers two-piece badge in chrome, gilt and enamel with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON to reverse. KK2118: Post 1953 Condition: GC 1 lug
Royal Army Service Corps A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with King George Vl Cyper to centre and two lugs to reverse. As KK2116: Circa 1936-1949 Condition: GC
Royal Army Service Corps A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with King George Vl Cyper to centre and two lugs to reverse. As KK2116: Circa 1936-1949 Condition: GC
Royal Army Service Corps A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse with the cypher of Queen Elizabeth II to centre. KK2118: Post 1953 Condition: High points worn GC
Royal Army Service Corps A Officers die-cast bronzed service dress collar badge with two lugs to reverse, King George VI Cypher to centre. As KK2116: Pre 1952 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Service Corps (Economy) A other ranks chocolate-brown Bakelite economy badge with brass strip to reverse. KK2268: Circa WW2 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Service Corps (Officers Collar) A Officers die-cast bronzed badge with two fixing lugs to reverse and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON As KK2117: Post 1949 Condition: VGC
Royal Army Veterinary Corps A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the Centaur in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1044: Circa 1918 - 1952 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Artillery A Gilt die-cast Officers badge with two lugs to reverse and a London mark in right corner. KK1937 Condition: GC Gilt rubbed in areas
Royal Artillery A pair of shoulder titles in red embroidered serifs on navy blue-felt. Condition: VGC...
Royal Artillery A embroidered black onto khaki battle dress shoulder title with original loop to reverse. WW1 Condition: Frayed at edges...
Royal Artillery A left facing other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Condition: GC
Royal Artillery (Officer) A pair of Officers die struck bronzed collar badge with two lugs to reverse. KK1935 Condition: GC 1 with slight indentation to grenade
Royal Artillery (Officers collar) A Officers die struck bronzed collar badge with two lugs to reverse. KK1935 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Artillery School of Gunnery A scarce shoulder title with the letters S / OF / G in brass with two lugs to reverse. Westlake 601: Pre 1920 Condition: GC
Royal Berkshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK667: Circa 1896-1958 Condition: GC.
Royal Corps of Signals A two piece other ranks die-cast bi-metal cap badge with brass backing plate and loops to reverse. Mercury and globe in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1947: Post 1946 Condition: GC
Royal Corps of Signals A facing pair of die-cast Officers bronze collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each KK888: Circa 1920-1946 Condition: GC
Royal Corps of Signals (Collar) A other ranks die-cast bi-metal collar badge with single lug to reverse (right facing). As KK1947: Post 1946 Condition: GC
Royal Corps of Signals (Collar) A other ranks anodised collar badge with two loops to reverse (left facing). As KK1948: Post 1955 Condition: GC
Royal Corps of Signals (Collar) A other ranks die-cast bi-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse (left facing). As KK1947: Post 1946 Condition: GC
Royal Corps of Signals (Collar) A other ranks anodised collar badge with single lug to reverse (right facing). As KK1948: Post 1955 Condition: GC
Royal Corps of Signals (Economy) A other ranks chocolate-brown Bakelite economy badge of Mercury with brass strip to reverse and makers name A STANLEY & SONS WALSALL KK2205: Circa WW2 Condition: VGC
Royal Corps of Signals (Economy) A other ranks chocolate-brown plastic economy badge with brass fixing blades and makers name A STANLEY & SONS WALSALL to reverse. KK2205: WWll Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Royal Corps of Transport A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM Regiment Motto (Nil sine labore) which translates to "Nothing without labour". KK2119: Post 1965 Condition: VGC
Royal Corps of Transport (Officer) A die-cast pair of Officers silver, gilt and enamel collar badges with two silvered lugs to reverse. As KK2119: Post 1965 Condition: Pristine
Royal Dick Veterinary College O.T.C. An extremely scarce die-struck gilding-metal badge with the monogram OTC to a voided centre and a brass slider to reverse. KK2484 Condition: VGC
Royal Dragoon Guards A other ranks service cap badge in nickel silver with red and blue low bake enamel, fitted with a slider to reverse inscribed with the makers name LONDON BADGE AND BUTTON CO LTD. KK2720(3): Post 1995 Condition: VGC
Royal Dragoon Guards (Officer) A two piece Officers cap badge in Silver, Gilt and Enamel with two silvered lugs to reverse and makers name FIRMIN. KK2720: Post 1992 Condition VGC
Royal Dragoon Guards (Officer) A two piece die-cast gilt and silvered badge with red. white and blue enamel, two silvered lugs to reverse along with two screw nuts and makers name FIRMIN. KK2720: Post 1992 Condition: Pristine
Royal Dublin Fusiliers A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brazing holes to reverse. This is a good example but has lost its slider, it is mounted with a split pin so it can be worn or mounted. KK702: Pre 1922 Condition: GC
Royal Dublin Fusiliers A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with 4 brazing holes and brass slider to reverse, KK702: Pre 1922 Condition: GC
Royal Dublin Fusiliers A die-struck other ranks collar badge in gilding-metal and two old lugs to reverse, elephant facing left on top of tiger. Churchill 1884: Pre 1922 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Dublin Fusiliers (Edwardian) A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with five brazing holes and three lugs to reverse, flaming grenade in gilding metal remainder in white-metal. KK702: Circa 1902-1910 Condition: GC
Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers A other ranks anodised collar badge with single flat lug to centre reverse, horse and globe in silver-anodise remainder in gold-anodise. As KK2129 Post 1963 Condition: Pristine
Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (Collar) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. As KK2127: Circa 1942-1949 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (WWll Economy) A chocolate-brown bakelite economy badge with two brass blades to reverse. KK2271: Circa 1942-1945 Condition: Pristine
Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers A two piece facing pair of Officers die-cast silver and gilt collar badges with gilt lugs to reverse, lightning flash and crown in gilt remainder silver-plated. Post 1954 Condition: GC
Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with the chained horse and globe in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal, brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name BUTTONS Ltd B'HAM KK2128: Post 1947 Condition: GC
Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers A other ranks anodised badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM, horse and globe in silver anodised remainder in gold anodised. KK2129: Circa 1970 Condition: GC
Royal Engineers A shoulder title in embroidered blue lettering onto red felt. Condition: GC
Royal Engineers A pair of small other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal collar badges with two lugs north and south, badge 33mm in length. Condition: GC
Royal Engineers A pair of Officers die-cast nine flamed gilt collar badges with two lugs to reverse. Condition: VGC
Royal Engineers (Collar) A Other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Condition: GC
Royal Engineers (Officer) A Officers die-stamped nine flamed gilt collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Condition: VGC
Royal Engineers (Officer) A Officers die-struck silver and gilt badge with black felt backing and makers name LUDLOW LONDON to reverse. Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Engineers (Officer) A matching pair of Officers die-cast bronze collar badges with two lugs to reverse. Condition: VGC
Royal Engineers Army Emergency Reserve Movement control A Printed shield with blue and red sections to top with white letter M in blue square and C in Red with white arrowhead to centre of both. Below a red 8 spoked wheel on blue and white wavy lines. Condition: VGC
Royal Engineers Army Emergency Reserve Resources Units A printed formation flash with brown diamond in a white circle to centre of red top and blue bottomed rectangle. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
Royal Engineers Army Emergency Reserve Transportation Units A Printed shield with blue and white wavy lines to left half and dark blue section to right half, a winged combination of a ships wheel and vehicle wheel in red. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
Royal Engineers Army Emergency Reserve Transportation Units A right facing Printed shield with blue and white wavy lines to right half and dark blue section to left half, a winged combination of a ships wheel and vehicle wheel in red. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
Royal Engineers Training Brigade A red felt shield with two embroidered dark blue vertical bands. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
Royal Engineers Training Establishment BAOR A red embroidered shield with blue felt border and blue cross to centre with yellow embroidered flaming grenade and scroll to centre of cross. Condition: VGC
Royal Flying Corps A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with Imperial crown and two lugs to reverse. KK977: Circa 1912-1918 Condition: VGC
Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal grenade badge with two brass lug to reverse. KK947: Post 1902 Condition: GC
Royal Gloucestershire, Berks & Wiltshire Regiment A heavy two piece badge with the Sphinx on a tablet inscribed EGYPT in gilt on a white metal/chrome cross patee, and slider to reverse inscribed with makers name LONDON BADGE & BUTTON Co Ltd Circa 1994-2005 Condition: GC
Royal Green Jackets An all ranks die-stamped silvered example with two silvered lugs to reverse. As KK2053: Post 1966 Condition: VGC
Royal Guernsey Militia A scarce other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal helmet plate centre with one brass loop to reverse. KK355: Circa 1881-1914 Condition: GC
Royal Hampshire Regiment A other ranks brass shoulder title with two hexagonal lugs to reverse. Westlake 1100: Post 1946 Condition: GC...
Royal Hampshire Regiment A other ranks die stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and two brazing holes to reverse of scroll. KK1997: Circa 1949-1952 Condition: GC
Royal Horse Guards A die-struck bronzed-brass badge with King George V Cypher to centre. KK731: Circa 1914-1936 Condition: Blades missing
Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) A die-cast Bronzed-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name DOWLER BIRMINGHAM. KK1878: Post 1953 Condition: VGC
Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) A Officers die-cast badge with blade fixings and makers name A & W Ltd B'HAM to reverse, the Royal Cypher of King George VI to centre of circlet. KK1877 Condition: 1 blade missing
Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) A die-cast Bronzed-metal badge with bronzed slider to reverse. KK1878: Post 1953 Condition: VGC
Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) A die-struck blackened badge with King George V Cypher to centre and two blades to reverse. KK731: Circa 1914-1936 Condition: GC
Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) A die-cast Gilt badge with King George V Cypher to centre and two blades to reverse. KK731: Circa 1914-1936 Condition: GC Gilt rubbed
Royal Irish Rangers A other ranks anodised badge with two fixing lugs to reverse, crown and scroll in gold anodised remainder in silver anodised. KK2047 Circa 1968-1992 Condition: Pristine
Royal Irish Rangers A other ranks anodised badge with two fixing lugs to reverse, crown and scroll in gold anodised remainder in silver anodised. KK2047 Circa 1968-1992 Condition: Pristine
Royal Irish Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge of a Irish Harp with an Imperial crown above and brass slider to reverse. KK614: Circa 1902-1922 Condition: GC
Royal Irish Regiment A scarce Victorian other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal HPC with four toned loops to reverse. KK307: Circa 1881-1901 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Irish Regiment A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal HPC with a brass pagri slider to reverse. Circa 1902-1914 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Irish Regiment & Ulster Defence Regiment A other ranks silver-anodised badge with makers name inscribed on badge TOYE and slider to reverse also inscribed with same makers name but a different version TKS. Circa Mid 1990s Condition: Pristine
Royal Irish Regiment & Ulster Defence Regiment (Caubeen) A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. Circa Mid 1990 Conditiuon: Good to VGC
Royal Irish Regiment & Ulster Defence Regiment Pipers Badge A scarce large 80mm x 50mm die-cast white-Metal Pipers badge with 3 lugs to reverse, complete with a large brass backing plate and pin. Condition: Pristine
Royal Irish Rifles A other ranks die-stamped white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK691: Circa 1913-1921 Condition Report: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Royal Irish Rifles A very good scarce die-stamped blackened brass example of an other ranks helmet plate with three loops to reverse. The Regiment stopped wearing the helmet in 1890 and started to wear the rifle pattern busby. As KK280: Circa 1881-1890 Condition: VGC
Royal Irish Rifles A other ranks die-stamped white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK691: Circa 1913-1921 Condition: GC
Royal Logistic Corps A facing pair of other ranks die-struck collar badges and a single square lug for fixing to reverse. As KK2728(3): Post 1994 Condition: VGC
Royal Logistic Corps A 3 piece badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name LONDON BADGE & BUTTON CO Ltd. Silvered shield on red acrylic paint and Garter and motto in blue acrylic paint. KK2728(3): Post 1994 Condition: Pristine
Royal Logistic Corps A 2 piece badge with two long lugs, reverse inscribed with makers name TKS. Gilt/Gilding-metal badge with Silvered/White-metal shield on red acrylic paint. KK2728(3): Post 1994 Condition: GC
Royal Logistic Corps (Officer) A facing pair of Officers silver, gilt and enamel collar badges with a pair gilt lugs and makers stamp to the reverse . As KK2728: Post 1994 Condition: VGC
Royal Marines A other ranks gold-anodised badge with two lugs to reverse and makers name FIRMIN LONDON KK2101: Post 1960 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Marines A die-cast bronzed badge with makers name GAUNT LONDON and two lugs to reverse. KK2101 Condition: VGC
Royal Marines A other ranks gold-anodised badge with two lugs to reverse and makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM KK2101 Condition: GC
Royal Marines A die-cast bronzed badge to the centre the Globe with laurel and Royal crest above with two lugs to reverse. KK2101 Condition: GC
Royal Marines A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with two fixing lugs to reverse. KK2100: 1923-1954 Condition Report: GC
Royal Marines A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. KK2101: Post 1954 Condition: GC
Royal Marines A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with two fixing loops to reverse. KK2100: 1923-1954 Condition: GC...
Royal Marines (Collars) A matching pair of die-cast bronze-metal collar badges with two lugs and makers name BUTTONS LTD of BIRMINGHAM to reverse of each. Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Marines (Officers Collar) A die-struck Officers collar badge in gilt with two lugs to reverse. Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Marines Artillery A scarce other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal Brodrick cap badge with two loops to reverse. KK1108: Circa 1902-1921 Condition: GC
Royal Marines Light Infantry A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. The globe with strung bugle above and laurel-leaves around globe. KK1097: Circa 1898-1923 Condition: GC
Royal Marines Light Infantry A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. KK1097: Circa 1898-1923 Condition: VGC
Royal Marines Light Infantry A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. The globe with strung bugle above and laurel-leaves around globe. KK1097: Circa 1898-1923 Condition: VGC
Royal Military Academy A scarce Officer-cadets die-stamped bronzed badge with four bronzed blades to reverse. KK1068: Circa 1902-1947 Condition: VGC...
Royal Military Academy A scarce Officer-cadets die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two brass blades to reverse. KK1068: Circa 1902-1947 Condition: GC
Royal Military Academy Sandhurst A Officer cadets silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM KK2171: Post 1980 Condition: VGC
Royal Military College (Officer Cadet) A scarce King George V die-cast bronzed badge with blade to reverse and makers initials F&S KK1075: Circa 1911-1937 Condition: GC 1 blade missing
Royal Military Police (Collar) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with one central loop to reverse. Condition VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Royal Pioneer Corps A other ranks gold-anodised collar badge with single flat lug to centre reverse and inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON As KK2151 Condition:GC
Royal Pioneer Corps A pair of other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse As KK2150 Condition:GC
Royal Pioneer Corps (Officer) A Officers die-cast bronzed badge with single bronzed blade to reverse. KK2149: Post 1939 Condition: GC 1 blade missing
Royal Pioneer Corps (Officer) A pair of Officers die-cast bronzed collar badges with two toned loops to reverse, makers name on one J.R.GAUNT LONDON KK2149: Post 1939 Condition: GC
Royal Scots (Officer)(Glengary/Pagri) A Silver Officers Glengarry/Pagri badge with two Gilt Officers collars, headdress badge is of two piece construction and green enamel centre with two lugs to reverse. Gilt collars of thistles with scroll below inscribed ROYAL SCOTS two lugs to reverse of collars. Condition: VGC
Royal Scots Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-cast bi-metal example with brass slider to reverse, eagle in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1890 Condition: VGC
Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers and Greys) A other ranks anodised badge with eagle in silver-anodised and remainder in gold-anodised, with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name LONDON BADGE AND BUTTON Co Ltd. KK1890: Post 1965 Condition: VGC
Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (Piper) A scarce large Pipers badge being 65mm high by 54mm wide die-cast in Gilt with three fixing screw posts and nuts to reverse. Condition: This item is in Very good to Pristine condition.
Royal Scots Fusiliers A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge this example has been fitted with a brass slider to reverse. KK620 Condition: GC
Royal Scots Fusiliers (Collar) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal collar badge with two lugs and two pin points for attachment of white-metal thistle onto gilding-metal grenade. Condition: GC
Royal Sussex Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and four brazing holes, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK646: Cica 1898-1954 Condition: GC some service polishing
Royal Sussex Regiment A Officers die-stamped gilt and silver-plated cloth helmet plate, this is a earlier version with the spelling REGT on the universal scroll, three loops to reverse. KK248: Pre 1901 Condition: Service polishing gilt worn GC
Royal Sussex Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK646: Cica 1898-1954 Condition: GC
Royal Sussex Regiment A matching pair of other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with one central loop to reverse of each. Churchill 969: Circa 1938-1954 Condition: VGC
Royal Tank Corps A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge of a 1st WW tank with two pinched and toned lugs to reverse. KK1923: Circa 1942-1954 Condition: GC
Royal Tank Regiment A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge of a 1st WW tank with two lugs to reverse. KK1923: Circa 1942-1954 Condition: VGC
Royal Tank Regiment A facing pair of Officers gilt and silver plated collar dogs with two lugs to reverse of each, a letter P stamped just visible to rear. A WW1 Tank in silver-plate remainder in gilt. As KK1922: Post 1924 Condition: GC
Royal Tank Regiment A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge of a 1st WW tank with two lugs to reverse KK1923: Circa 1942-1954 Condition: GC Polishing
Royal Tank Regiment A facing pair of Officers die-cast bronzed collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each and the makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON As KK1921: Post 1924 Condition: VGC
Royal Tank Regiment A other ranks right facing silver-anodised collar badge with single lug to reverse. As KK1924 Condition: Pristine
Royal Tank Regiment A Officers die-cast bronze badge with two lugs to reverse the bottom scroll inscribed FEAR NAUGHT. As KK1921 but with St Edwards Crown Condition: VGC
Royal Tank Regiment A other ranks silver-anodised badge with two loops to reverse. KK1924: Post 1962 Condition: Pristine
Royal Tank Regiment A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with two loops to reverse and complete with brass backing plate. KK1924: Post 1952 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Ulster Constabulary A facing pair of Officers blackened collar badges with red plastic behind harp and two lugs to reverse of badge. Post 1954 Condition: GC
Royal Welch Fusiliers A other ranks anodised badge with two long fixing pins to reverse, grenade and coronet in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK623: Post 1962 Condition: Service wear plume holder missing. POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Royal Welch Fusiliers A other ranks die-struck bi-metal example with two lugs and brazing hole to reverse, grenade and coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. (KK624) Circa 1920-1962 Condition: Good to VGC
Royal Welch Fusiliers A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with brazing holes and brass slider to reverse. (KK623) Circa 1920-1962 Condition: GC
Royal Welsh Fusiliers A other ranks 1st pattern die-stamped bi-metal example grenade and coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. (KK624) Pre 1920 Condition: GC No slider
Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Economy) A scarce WW1 other ranks die-struck brass economy badge with brass slider to reverse. As KK622: Circa !916-1918 Condition: Good to VGC
Rpyal Army Medical Corps (Collar) A other ranks die-stamped gilding metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse, this example with non-voided crown. Condition: GC
Salisbury Plain district A embroidery on felt of the Great Cromlech at Stonehenge in red, with green grass, yellow sky and black outline and shadows on red felt disc. Condition: Removed from uniform
Scots Guards A other ranks die-struck white-metal shoulder title badge with two flat brass lugs to reverse. Churchill 714: Condition: VGC
Scots Guards (Sgt) A die-struck bi-metal badge with two lugs to reverse, motto-circlet and thistle centre in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal worn by Sgts, Colour-Sgts and Musicians. KK907: Post 1964 Condition: Good to VGC
Scottish Horse A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. This is the smaller non-voided example measuring 45mm x 32mm with Scottish Crown above the St Andrew's cross. KK1387: Post 1906 Condition: GC
Scottish Horse A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with Scottish Crown above the cross of St Andrew with two loops to reverse, this example is of the scarce larger badge measuring 50mm x 32mm and voided all round. KK1388 Condition: VGC
Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, Duke of Albanys) A scarce other ranks die-struck chromed cap-badge with two chromed lugs to reverse. Chromed badges where issued to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II coronation in 1953. As KK685: Circa 1953 Condition: VGC
Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) 5th (The Sutherland & Caithness Highland) Battalion A scarce other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with two loops to reverse. SANS PEUR inscribed on the circlet (a-cat-a-mountain). The battalion was stationed at Golspie in Scotland. KK1754: Post 1920 Condition: GC
Sebbergh School O.T.C. A die-stamped gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse, the school arms within the wreath. Condition: VGC
Sheffield University O.T.C. A die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the Arms of the University upon a shield with scroll beneath. KK2489: Pre 1950 Condition: VGC
Shrewsbury School OTC A early version in die-cast bronzed of a shield charged with the Royal Arms of King Edward VI with two lugs to reverse. KK2682 Condition: VGC
South East Asian Command White serifs embroidered onto a Navy-blue felt shoulder title. Item has been removed from uniform. Condition: Worn.
South Nottinghamshire (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-stramped white-metal example with brass slider to the reverse, a slip of oak with acorn. (KK1432) Circa 1908-1964 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
South Nottinghamshire (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-stramped white-metal example with brass slider to the reverse, a slip of oak with acorn. (KK1432) Circa 1908-1964 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
South Staffordshire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal helmet plate centre with the Sphinx in white-metal and remainder in gilding-metal, four loops to reverse. KK329: Circa 1881-1914 Condition: GC
South-West District (Southern Command) A early printed example removed from uniform of a golden yellow "Hind" on a green square. Condition: Colour faded GC
South-West District (Southern Command) A unwarn printed example of a golden yellow "Hind" on a green square. Condition: Light stains to bottom GC
Special Air Service Regiment A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with the makers name J.R.GAUNT B.HAM Dagger in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2061: Circa Late 1950s Condition: Pristine
St. Andrews University O.T.C. A good die-struck gilding-metal badge of the Arms of the university upon a shield and scroll below brass slider to reverse. KK2488: Pre 1951 Condition: VGC
St. Johns School Leatherhead (O.T.C) A scarce Offices Training College brass shoulder title with two central fixing loops to reverse.. Westlake 1778 Condition: GC
Suffolk Volunteer Training Corps A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse and a makers name plate inscribed J>R>GAUNT LONDON KK1678: Circa 1914-1919 Condition: Good to VGC
Sussex Volunteer Training Corps A scarce die-struck gilding-metal badge of a shield with six Martlets and scroll below brass slider to reverse. KK1681: Circa 1914-1919 Condition: Good to VGC
Sussex Yeomanry A scarce other ranks gold-anodised badge with Imperial Crown and slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON As KK1480: Circa 1952-1954 Condition: VGC
Sutton Vallance School (Maidstone)(OTC) A die-stamped gilding-metal example with two loops to reverse. The school first started training cadets in 1914 when it was given permission to form a platoon of infantry. KK2690: Post 1914 Condition: Polishing to highpoints GC
Sutton Vallance School (Maidstone)(OTC) A die-stamped gilding-metal example with two loops to reverse. The school first started training cadets in 1914 when it was given permission to form a platoon of infantry. KK2690: Post 1914 Condition: GC Blackened by user
Tank Corps A 1st pattern die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse of an early 1st pattern tank. KK1156: Pre 1924 Condition: VGC
Tayforth University OTC A anodised badge from Firmin & Sons with laurel-wreath in gold-anodised and remainder in silver-anodised. Two loops to reverse in copper one not attached. Marsh AAN25: Circa Mid 1960s Condition: GC
Territorial Royal Field Artillery London Division A scarce other ranks brass shoulder title with three lugs to reverse. Westlake 623 Condition: GC.
The 12th (Prince of Wales's Royal) Lancers A other ranks die-cast bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse the plumes, motto and lower portion of the lance-pennons in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK768: Circa 1930-1953 Condition: GC
The 12th (Prince of Wales's Royal) Lancers A other ranks die-cast bi-metal badge with brass slider and 1 brazing hole to to reverse the plumes, motto and lower portion of the lance-pennons in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK768: Pre 1953 Condition: VGC
The 3rd Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and single brazing hole to reverse of coronet. KK738 Condition: VGC
The 3rd King's Own Hussars A other ranks die-cast bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal, this is the smaller version of badge sealed in 1930. KK1894: Circa 1930-1958 Condition: Good to VGC
The 58th London Battalion (CIVIL SERVICE) Home Guard A scarce pair of home guard printed black on khaki drill arm badges removed from uniform with LON top and numerals 58 to bottom of square. WWII Condition: Good to VGC
The 5th (Princess Charlotte of Wale's) Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK745 Condition: GC
The 7th Queens Own Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with long slender brass slider and four brazing holes to reverse, monogram in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK760: Circa 1901-1954 Condition: Good to VGC
The 7th Queens Own Hussars (Edwardian) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with three brazing holes and two toned loops to reverse, monogram in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK760: Circa 1901-1910 Condition: GC
The 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales) A Officers die-cast three-piecel badge with two silver/gilt loops to reverse. The plumes, motto and lower portion of the lance-pennons in silver plate remainder in gilt. KK1902: Circa 1960-1970 Condition: GC
The 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince's of Wales) A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM. The plumes, motto and lower portion of the lance-pennons in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. The 9th & 12th Royal Lancers amalgamated on 11th Sep 1960 to form the above regiment. KK1902: Post 1960 Condition: Pristine
The 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince's of Wales) A two-piece other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse. The plumes, motto and lower portion of the lance-pennons in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. The 9th & 12th Royal Lancers amalgamated on 11th Sep 1960 to form the above regiment. KK1902: Post 1960 Condition: Pristine
The 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince's of Wales)(Officer) A Officers die-cast bi-metal badge with two silvered lugs to reverse and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON The plumes, motto and lower portion of the lance-pennons in silver plate remainder in gilt. KK1902: Circa 1960-1970 Condition: GC slight rubbing to high-points
The Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Yeomanry (Hussars) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK1409 Condition: Good to VGC
The Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Yeomanry (Hussars) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK1409 Condition: VGC
The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 5th (Renfrewshire) Battalion (TF) A scarce other ranks die-cast brass shoulder title with 3 lugs to reverse. T / 5 / A&SH Westlake 1413: Post 1908 Condition: GC
The Army Education Corps A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1056: Circa 1927-1946 Condition: GC
The Army Foundation College The college is in Harrogate and trains young people to become junior soldiers, the badge is die-struck with two lugs to reverse, and complete with brass back-plate and pin. Condition: VGC
The Ayrshire (Earl of Carricks Own) Yeomanry An other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK2299: Circa 1951-1965 Condition: Good to VGC
The Ayrshire (Earl of Carricks Own) Yeomanry A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse, this example with the word 'OF' smaller. KK2299: Circa 1951-1965 Condition: Good to VGC
The Ayrshire Imperial Yeomanry A scarce other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1310: Circa 1899-1908 Condition: GC
The Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment A scarce other ranks Queen's Coronation chrome example die-stamped with chrome slider to reverse. KK611: Circa 1953 Condition: GC
The Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK611: Circa 1924-1958 Condition: GC
The Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK611: Circa 1924-1958 Condition: GC
The Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment (TA) A other ranks anodised badge castle in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON Post Mid 1960s Condition: Pristine
The Bedfordshire Regiment A 1st pattern other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider and two brazing holes to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK610: Circa 1898-1918 Condition: GC
The Bedfordshire Regiment A other ranks die-stampe bi-metal helmet plate centre with four loops to reverse. The Hert crossing the river in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK305: Circa 1881-1914 Condition: VGC
The Bedfordshire Regiment A 1st pattern other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider and three brazing holes to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK610: Circa 1898-1918 Condition: VGC
The Bedfordshire Yeomanry (Lancers) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal cap badge of a castle superimposed onto a Eagle with two lugs to reverse. KK1488: Post 1916 Condition: VGC
The Bedfordshire Yeomanry (Lancers) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal cap badge of a castle superimposed onto a Eagle with two lugs to reverse. KK1488: Post 1916 Condition: Good to VGC
The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders Regiment) A matching pair of die-struck white-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse of St.Andrew behind and holding the cross. Churchill 1161: Pre 1963 Condition: VGC
The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) A other ranks die-struck white-metal Glengarry badge with two loops to reverse and the spelling LACESSET. KK657 Bloomer 127: Circa 1902-1937 Condition: VGC
The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with two loops to reverse with the spelling LACESSET KK657: Post 1934 Condition: VGC
The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal Glengarry badge with two loops to reverse this example with the spelling LACESSET. KK657 Bloomer 127: Circa 1902-1937 Condition: Good to VGC
The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) A other ranks die-struck white-metal glengarry badge with two loops to reverse and with the spelling LACESSIT on the oval. KK2002: Circa 1938-1955 Condition: GC
The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) A scarce Victorian other ranks die-struck white-metal glengarry badge with two brass loops to reverse with the spelling LACESSET on the oval. KK655: Circa 1896-1901 Condition: GC
The Blues and Royals A die-cast badge with two lugs and makers name FIRMIN to reverse. KK1879: Post 1953 Condition: VGC
The Blues and Royals A die-struck bronze badge with two fixing lugs to reverse. KK1879: Post 1969 Condition: GC...
The Border Regiment A other ranks die-struck white-metal collar badge with red cloth centre, two lugs and brass bar to hold red felt in place to reverse. Churchill: 943: Circa 1906-1959 Condition: GC
The Border Regiment A scarce 1st pattern die-stamped gilding-metal example with the China Dragon to centre of a laurel-wreath with a scroll inscribed CHINA above. KK325: Circa 1881-1883 Condition: GC Loops as found
The Border Regiment A scarce other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with red centre and brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. KK1996: Post 1996 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Border Regiment A other ranks die-stamped white-metal helmet plate centre with red backing cloth in centre, three brass loops and brass centre band to reverse. KK326: Circa 1884-1914 Condition: VGC
The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK591 Condition Report: GC
The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with shortened brass slider to reverse. KK591 Condition: GC
The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. In 1961 the regiment was amalgamated with the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment to form the Queen's Own Buffs, The Royal Kent Regiment. KK591 Condition Report: GC
The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) A scarce 2nd pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal helmet plate centre with four brass loops to reverse. KK362: Circa 1911-1914 Condition: VGC
The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)(Edwardian) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. In 1961 the regiment was amalgamated with the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment to form the Queen's Own Buffs, The Royal Kent Regiment. KK591: Circa 1902-1910 Condition Report: GC
The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) A scarce right facing other ranks die-stamped bi-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse, the White Horse of Kent in white-metal and scroll in gilding-metal. Churchill 78: Circa 1882-1894 Condition: VGC
The Cambridgeshire Regiment A die-stamped bi-metal badge for the Forage-cap with slider to reverse, an applied scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK1817: Post 1908 Condition: GC Slider shortened
The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. KK631: Post 1906 Condition: GC
The Cheshire regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, star in white-metal with remainder applied in gilding-metal. KK1987: Pre 1966 Condition: GC
The Cheshire Regiment A scarce Officers beret badge in gilt and silver plate with two silvered lugs to reverse, the diamond cut eight pointed star in silver-plate, circlet acorn with oak-leaves in gilt and green enamel backing. As KK1960: Pre 1960 Condition: VGC
The Cheshire Regiment A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUANT B'HAM The Regiments Motto was 'Ever Glorious'. KK1987: Circa Mid 1980 to 2007 Condition: Pristine
The Cheshire Regiment A 1st pattern other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and single brazing hole to centre. KK621: Circa 1896-1918 Condition: GC
The Cheshire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, star in white-metal with remainder in gilding-metal. KK1987: Pre 1966 Condition: Good to VGC
The Cheshire Regiment A old other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with two brass lugs to reverse. Churchill 617: Circa 1881-1898 Condition: Worn
The Cheshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse, acorn in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. Churchill 623: Circa 1924-1952 Condition: Good to VGC
The Cheshire Regiment A Officers die-cast bronzed collar badge of an acorn with two lugs to reverse and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. Churchill 625 : Circa 1934 Condition: GC
The Cheshire Regiment A other ranks two-piece die-struck bi-metal Helmet Plate Centre with 4 brass lugs to reverse, Prince of Wales's plumes and motto in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK309: Circa 1881-1914 Condition: VGC
The City of London Yeomanry (Rough Riders) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal example with two lugs to reverse, white-metal arms of London remainder in gilding-metal. KK1484 Condition: Good to VGC
The City of London Yeomanry (Rough Riders) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal example with two lugs to reverse and blue cloth centre backing to white-metal arms of London remainder in gilding-metal. KK1484 Condition: VGC
The Coldstream Guards A other ranks die-stamped badge in gilding-metal with two lugs to reverse. KK901: Pre 1958 Condition: GC
The Coldstream Guards A other ranks die-stamped badge in gilding-metal with two brass loops to reverse. KK901: Pre 1958 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Connaught Rangers A scarce 1st pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two toned loops to reverse, a Victorian crown above the Harp and scroll beneath. KK695: Circa 1898-1901 Condition: GC
The Connaught Rangers A scarce 1st pattern Victorian other ranks die-stamped HPC in gilding-metal with two of four toned loops to reverse, a slender tall harp to centre of circlet with scroll beneath. KK351: Pre 1890 Condition: GC
The Connaught Rangers A other ranks 2nd pattern die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, a Imperial crown above the Harp and scroll beneath. KK696: Circa 1902-1922 Condition: GC
The Corps of Royal Engineers A scarce Victorian other ranks die-struck gilding metal example with Victorian Crown above and Royal Cypher VR to centre. KK850: Circa 1898-1901 Condition: GC Fixing as found
The Corps of Royal Engineers A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with the Cypher of King George V to centre and makers name plate inscribed J.R.GAUNT LONDON. KK853 Condition: GC Replacement lugs
The Corps of Royal Engineers A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, Royal Cypher of King George VI to centre. KK1940: 1936-1941 Condition: GC
The Corps of Royal Engineers A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with the Cypher of King George V to centre and brass slider to reverse. KK853 Condition: Good to VGC
The Derbyshire Yeomanry A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK2342: Post 1940 Condition: GC
The Derbyshire Yeomanry A other ranks die-stamped white-metal cap badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. The corps was amalgamated in 1957 with The Leicestershire Yeomanry to form The Leicestershire and Derbyshire (Prince Albert's Own) Yeomanry. KK2342: Circa 1940-1957 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Derbyshire Yeomanry A other ranks die-struck white-metal cap badge with brass slider to reverse. The corps was amalgamated in 1957 with The Leicestershire Yeomanry to form The Leicestershire and Derbyshire (Prince Albert's Own) Yeomanry. KK2342: Circa 1940-1957 Condition: GC
The Derbyshire Yeomanry (Dragoons) A other ranks die-stamped brass badge with two toned loops to reverse. The Derbyshire Yeomanry was formed in 1794 under the name the Derbyshire Corps of Fencible Cavalry. In 1957, the regiment was amalgamated into The Leicestershire and Derbyshire (Prince Albert’s Own) Yeomanry. KK1442: Circa 1908-1922 Condition: Good to VGC
The Derbyshire Yeomanry (Dragoons) A small version of the badge in die-cast brass possible cast in theater with loops removed and a home made slider added. As KK1442 Condition: GC
The Devonshire & Dorset Regiment A other ranks gold and silver anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON KK2043 Condition: Pristine
The Devonshire & Dorset Regiment A Officers Gilt and Silver-plate cap badge with two silvered lugs to reverse, castle in silver-plate remainder in gilt. The Devonshire Regiment and The Dorset Regiment amalgamated on the 17th May 1958. KK2043: Circa 1958-2007 Condition: VGC
The Devonshire & Dorset Regiment A other ranks gold and silver anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON KK2043: Circa 1958-2007 Condition: Pristine
The Devonshire & Dorset Regiment A other ranks gold and silver anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM. The castle of Exeter in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2043: Circa 1970 -2007 Condition: Pristine
The Devonshire and Dorset Regiment A facing pair of other ranks collar badges in gold and silver anodised with single central lug to reverse of each along with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON As KK2043: Circa 1985-2007 Condition: GC
The Devonshire Regiment A Officers die-stamped gilt and silver-plated cloth helmet plate with the castle of Exeter in centre, this is a later version with the spelling REGT on the universal scroll. KK225: Pre 1901 Condition: GC
The Devonshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, star and castle in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK602: Circa 1908-1955 Condition: GC
The Devonshire Regiment (Economy) A other ranks light-bronze in colour Bakelite economy badge with brass strip and makers name A.STANLEY & SONS WALSALL to reverse. KK2216: WW2 Condition: Used
The Devonshire Regiment (Edwardian) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with four brazing holes and two loops to reverse, castle and star in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK602: Circa 1902-1910 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Devonshire Regiment (Pagri) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with long brass slider for pagri head-dress to the reverse. As (KK300) Circa 1881-1914 Condition: Good to VGC
The Devonshire Regiment (QVC) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal Victorian badge with four brazing holes to reverse, castle and star in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK601: Circa 1896-1901 Condition: GC
The Devonshire Regiment 4th Territorial Battalion A scarce other ranks die-cast brass shoulder title with 3 lugs to reverse. The 1st VB and 3rd VB amalgamated to form the 4th Bn (TF). Westlake 856: Post 1908 Condition: GC
The Devonshire Regiment 5th (Prince of Wales's) Battalion (TF) A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Churchill 357: Circa 1908-1918 Condition: Good to VGC
The Devonshire Regiment 5th Territorial Battalion A other ranks die-cast brass shoulder title with 3 lugs to reverse. The 2nd VB and 5th VB amalgamated to form the 5th (Prince of Wales's) Bn (TF). Westlake 858: Post 1908 Condition: GC
The Devonshire Territorials(Royal Devon Yeomanry/1st Rifle Volunteers)RAC(TA) A scarce other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J,R, GAUNT LONDON LTD. The castle and laurel-wreath in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK2378: Post 1970s Condition: Pristine
The Dorset Regiment A left facing other ranks die-struck white-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse.. Churchill 1078: Pre 1958 Condition: Good to VGC...
The Dorset Regiment (Collars) A facing pair of other ranks die-struck white-metal collar badges with two lugs on each. Churchill 1078: Pre 1958 Condition: VGC
The Dorset Regiment (Officers OSD Collar) A Officers die-cast bronze collar badge of a male Sphinx with asp on the mantle with two lugs to reverse and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON Churchill 1089: Pre 1947 Condition: GC
The Dorset Territorials A other ranks silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON KK2389
The Dorsetshire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with brass slider to reverse, the Castle of Gibraltar and Sphinx in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. (KK651) Circa 1906-1956 Condition: GC
The Dorsetshire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with brass slider and five brazing holes to reverse, the Castle of Gibraltar and Sphinx in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. (KK651) Circa 1906-1956 Condition: Good to VGC
The Dorsetshire Regiment A 2nd pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal helmet plate centre with four loops to reverse. KK395: Circa 1902-1914 Condition: GC
The Dorsetshire Regiment A Victorian other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal helmet plate centre with two loops to reverse. A 1st pattern twin tower with Castle and Key of Gibraltar and scroll above and below. KK330: Circa 1881-1901 Condition: 2 loops GC
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal helmet plate centre with four brass loops to reverse, Prince of Wales's feathers and motto in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK345: Circa 1881-1914 Condition: Good to VGC
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) A Officers die-cast bronze collar badge the same size as for cap badge but with two loops to reverse. Churchill 1451: Post 1903 Condition: GC
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped brass WW1 economy example with brass slider to reverse. As KK672: WW1 Condition: Good to VGC
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse, plumes, motto and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK672: 1896-1964 Condition: GC
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) A Officers Victorian helmet plate for wear on the cloth helmet. This is a later version so has the spelling of 'REGIMENT' in full' with 3 loops to reverse. KK267: Circa1881-1914
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) A other ranks die-struck brass economy example with brass slider to reverse. As KK672: Circa 1916-1918 Condition: Good to VGC
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse, plumes, motto and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK672: 1896-1964 Condition: Good to VGC
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, plumes, motto and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK672: 1896-1964 Condition: Good to VGC
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) 7th, 8th & 9th Battalions A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The plumes, motto and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1743: Circa 1908-1949 Condition: GC
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) 7th, 8th & 9th Bn A scarce other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The plumes, motto and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1743: Circa 1908-1949 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Duke of Connaught's Own Royal East Kent Yeomanry (Mounted Rifles) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse, the white horse of Kent to centre on a scroll inscribed INVICTA As KK1438: Condition: Good to VGC
The Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK641: Circa 1891-1959 Condition: GC
The Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry A very good striking of a other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. In 1959 the regiment merged with the Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's) to form the Somerset and Cornwall Light Infantry KK641: Circa 1891-1959 Condition: Numbers on slider GC
The Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry (Collar) A one piece right facing collar badge this brass version with three loops to reverse. Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK676: Pre 1956 Condition: GC
The Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK676: Pre 1956 Condition: GC
The Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK676: Pre 1956 Condition: GC
The Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire & Wiltshire) A other ranks anodised badge with a China Dragon within two coils of rope, a slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON LTD The Ducal Coronet and coils of rope in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK2051: Makers mark dates this to between 1960-1970 Condition: VGC
The Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire & Wiltshire) A other ranks anodised badge with a China Dragon within two coils of rope, a slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B,HAM The Ducal Coronet and coils of rope in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK2051: Late 1960s Condition: VGC
The Duke of Edinburghs (Wiltshire Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal helmet plate centre with four brass loops to reverse. To the centre of the circlet the cypher of The Duke of Ediburgh of a cross patee. KK346: Circa 1881-1914 Condition: VGC
The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON, Rose and laurel-wreath in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK2310: Circa 1951-1970 Condition: GC
The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry (Dragoons) A first pattern die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. A Coronet above a rose within a laurel wreath. KK1428: Pre 1950 Condition: Good to VGC
The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry (Dragoons) A first pattern die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. A Coronet above a rose within a laurel wreath. KK1428: Pre 1950 Condition: Good to VGC
The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry RAC (TA) A scarce other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON. The rose and laurel leaves in silver anodised remainder in gold anodised. Marsh AAG06: Circa Mid 1960 Condition: Pristine
The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry RAC (TA) A scarce other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM. The rose and laurel leaves in silver anodise remainder in gold anodised. Marsh AAG06: Circa Mid 1960 Condition: Pristine
The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry RAC (TA) A scarce other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name WM DOWLER B,HAM. The rose and laurel leaves in silver anodised remainder in gold anodised. Marsh AAG06: Circa Mid 1960 Condition: Pristine
The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry RAC (TA) A scarce other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM. The rose and laurel leaves in silver anodise remainder in gold anodised. Marsh AAG06: Circa Mid 1960 Condition: Pristine
The Duke of Lancasters Regiment A matching pair of collar badges constructed in three pieces, gilding metal with a red and green enamel rose to centre and two fixing loops to reverse of each. Condition: VGC
The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment (King’s, Lancashire and Border) A die-cast all ranks badge in gilt and red-enamel with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN On 1 July 2006 The King’s Own Royal Border Regt, The King’s Regiment, and The Queen’s Lancashire Regiment, along with their 23 respective companies of Volunteers and The King’s and Cheshire Regiment, merged to form The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment (King's, Lancashire and Border) Post 2006 Condition: Pristine
The Duke of Wellingtons (West Riding Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK642: Post 1897 Condition: VGC
The Duke of Wellingtons (West Riding Regiment) A scarce Officers bronzed die-cast OSD cap badge with three blades to reverse and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON KK642 Circa WW2 Condition: VGC
The Duke of Wellingtons (West Riding Regiment)(Officer) A scarce Officers Silver/Gilt Cast cap badge with two lugs to reverse. The scroll in Gilt remainder in Silver plate, a heavy example. As (KK642) Circa 1897-1970 Condition: Good to VGC
The Duke of Wellingtons Regiment (West Riding) A facing pair of other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse. Churchill 917: Pre 1958 Conditon: GC
The Duke of Wellingtons Regiment (West Riding) A facing pair of other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse. Churchill 918: Pre 1958 Conditon: GC
The Duke of York's Own Loyal Suffolk (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, castle and voided date 1793 in gilding-metal scroll in white-metal. KK1455: Pre 1967 Condition: VGC
The Duke of York's Own Loyal Suffolk (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, castle and date 1793 in gilding-metal scroll in white-metal. KK1455: Pre 1967 Condition: VGC
The Duke of York's Own Loyal Suffolk (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and two brazing holes to reverse, castle and voided date 1793 in gilding-metal scroll in white-metal. KK1455: Pre 1967 Condition: VGC
The Durham Light Infantry A other ranks die-struck white-metal cap badge with brass slider to reverse. Originally formed in 1758 but the name was not introduced until 1881 when the 68th Regiment of Foot was amalgamated with the 106th Regiment of Foot (Bombay Light Infantry) to form the DLI. KK681: Post 1903 Condition: GC
The Durham Light Infantry A other ranks silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON KK2016: Post 1980s Condition: Pristine
The Durham Light Infantry (Collar) A die-cast white-metal example left and right facing with two brass fixing lugs to reverse. Westlake: 1348/1349: Circa 1952-1957 Condition: VGC
The East Lancashire Regiment White embroidered serifs on red felt shoulder title that has been removed from uniform. Circa WW2 Condition: GC
The East Lancashire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, an applied rose in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK638: Condition: GC
The East Lancashire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, applied rose in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK638 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The East Lancashire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal helmet plate centre with four brass loops to reverse. the Sphinx sitting on EGYPT in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK320: Circa 1881-1914 Condition: Good to VGC
The East Lancashire Regiment A scarce other ranks die-struck yellow-brass example with two toned loops to reverse. Churchill843: Circa 1881-1897 Condition: VGC
The East Lancashire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, applied rose in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK638: Condition: GC
The East Riding Yeomanry A other ranks gold anodised left facing collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Condition: Pristine
The East Riding Yeomanry A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge of a fox in full cry with two lugs and three brazing holes to reverse, Scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1496: Circa 1920-1952 Condition: GC
The East Riding Yeomanry A facing pair of collar badges die-struck in bi-metal, the fox in full cry in gilding-metal scroll in white-metal, brazing holes to scroll and two toned loops to reverse of each. As KK1496: Pre 1952 Condition: GC
The East Surrey Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse, the crown, shield and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK640: Post 1902 Condition: Dirty but GC
The East Surrey Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider and seven brazing holes to reverse, the crown, shield and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK640: Post 1902 Condition: VGC
The East Surrey Regiment The scarce beret badge for other ranks die-stamped bi-metal with five brazing holes and brass slider to reverse, this was only in issue for a small amount of time due to the change of Monarchs and the introduction of the St. Edwards crown. KK1993: Circa 1951-1954 Condition: Polishing to highpoints POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The East Surrey Regiment (Victorian) A scarce Victorian other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with five brazing holes and two toned loops to revese, the Tudor Crown, shield and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK639: Circa 1896-1901 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The East Yorkshire Regiment A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal HPC with White Rose of York to centre in white-metal and remainder in gilding-metal with four brass loops to reverse. KK304: Post 1881 Condition: VGC
The East Yorkshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and single brazing hole to centre, all in gilding-metal except rose in white-metal. (KK609) Circa: 1898-1958 Condition Report: GC Service wear Slider replaced
The East Yorkshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and single brazing hole to centre, all in gilding-metal except rose in white-metal. (KK609) Circa: 1898-1958 Condition: Good to VGC
The Essex Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and 3 brazing holes to reverse. Sphinx and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK660: Pre 1965 Condition: VGC
The Essex Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider and 3 brazing holes to reverse. Sphinx and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK660: Pre 1965 Condition: GC Slider strengthened
The Essex Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. Sphinx and scroll applied in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK660: Pre 1965 Condition: GC
The Essex Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and 3 brazing holes to reverse Sphinx and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. As KK660: Pre 1965 Condition: Good to VGC
The Essex Regiment A matching pair of gilt/brass collar badges with two loops to reverse. The three seaxes fessway proper on the shield had been used by the old 56th Regiment of foot on their Glengarry and Essex Rifle Militia up to 1881. Churchill 1223: Circa 1899 - 1920 Condition: Pristine
The Essex Regiment 8th Battalion A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse Sphinx on blank tablet & scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1739: Post 1908 Condition: GC
The Essex Regiment HPC A 2nd pattern die-struck gilding-metal HPC with four brass loops to reverse, with redesiged three towers of the Castle of Gibraltar with Key and Sphinx on a tablet above. KK335: Circa 1896-1914 Condition: Good to VGC
The Essex Yeomanry A smaller other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge for wear on the beret with brass slider to reverse. Pre 1952 Condition: Good to VGC
The Essex Yeomanry A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, St. Edwards crown above. KK2333: Post 1952 Condition: VGC
The Essex Yeomanry (Dragoons) A scarce short lived 1st pattern other ranks die-cast gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse, the circlet inscribed AUDACTER ET SINCERE. KK1490: Circa 1905-1909 Condition: GC
The Essex Yeomanry (Dragoons) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, this example has an Imperial crown and the scroll inscribed DECUS ET TUTAMEN. KK1493: Circa 1916-1952 Condition: VGC
The Essex Yeomanry (Dragoons) A smaller other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge for wear on the beret with brass slider to reverse. As KK2331: Pre 1952 Condition: VGC
The Essex Yeomanry (Dragoons) A smaller other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge for wear on the beret with brass slider to reverse. As KK2331: Pre 1952 Condition: Good to VGC
The Essex Yeomanry (Dragoons) A smaller other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge for wear on the beret with brass slider to reverse. Pre 1952 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Essex Yeomanry (Officer) A Officers die-cast badge in Gil;t with two lugs to reverse and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON KK2333: Post 1954 Condition: VGC
The Fife and Forfar Yeomanry A other ranks die-struck white-metal Thane of Fife with a brass slider to reverse. KK1474: Post 1922 Condition: Helmet damaged
The Fife and Forfar Yeomanry A other ranks die-stramped white-metal badge of the Thane of Fife with a brass slider to reverse. KK1474: Post 1922 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Fifeshire & Forfarshire Yeomanry (Dragoons) A facing pair of die-struck collar badges with the Thane of Fife in white-metal and two lugs to reverse of each. Condition: VGC
The Fifeshire and Forfarshire Yeomanry (Dragoons) A other ranks die-struck chromed-metal Thane of Fife with a chrome slider to reverse. KK1474: Circa 1953 Condition: Good to VGC
The Foresters Brigade A scarce short lived Officers cap badge with two lugs and makers name J.R.GAUNT to reverse, The Garter and oak-chaplet in silver-plate remainder in gilt. KK2028: Circa 1948-1959 Condition: Good to VGC
The Fusilier Brigade A other ranks anodised badge with two lugs to reverse, grenade fired in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK2027: Post1958 Condition: GC
The Fusilier Brigade A other ranks anodised badge with two lugs to reverse, grenade fired in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK2027: Early 1960s Condition: GC
The Gibraltar Regiment A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name LONDON BADGE AND BUTTON Co Ltd. KK Circa early 1990s Condition: Pristine
The Gloucestershire Regiment A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The Sphinx on a tablet inscribed EGYPT. KK634: Circa 1896-1967 Condition: GC
The Gloucestershire Regiment A die-cast Officers bronze O.S.D collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Churchill: 783: Post 1929 Condition: Good to VGC
The Gloucestershire Regiment A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK634: Circa 1896-1967 Condition: Shaped GC
The Gloucestershire Regiment A other ranks silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with the makers name J.R.GAUNT B.HAM The regiment saw heavy fighting in the Korean. with their historic actions at Gloster Hill during the Battle of the Imjin River in 1951 for which the regiment was awarded the United States Distinguished Unit Citation for its heroic last stand against overwhelming Chinese forces. This entitled the 1st Battalion of the regiment to place a blue streamer on the regimental colour and to wear a dark blue watered ribbon in a gold frame on the shoulder of the uniform KK634: Circa 1960s-1994 Condition: Pristine
The Gloucestershire Regiment A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK634: Circa 1896-1967 Condition: GC
The Gloucestershire Regiment (Back Badge) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK635 Condition: GC
The Gloucestershire Regiment (Back Badge) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two lug fittings to reverse. KK635 Condition: GC
The Gloucestershire Regiment (Back Badge) A scarce Officers die-stamped bronze OSD badge with central replacement loop to reverse. KK635 Condition: GC
The Gloucestershire Regiment (Back Badge) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge for the reverse of the helmet when used with helmet plate centres, this example has a slider to reverse so may of been used in thepuggaree, laurel-wreath in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK316 Condition: GC
The Gloucestershire Regiment (Back Badge) A scarce other ranks plastic economy badge light-bronze in colour with two brass fixing blades to reverse and makers name R.STANLEY & SONS WALSALL KK2229: Circa 1943-45 Condition: VGC
The Gloucestershire Regiment (Back Badge) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. KK635 Condition: GC
The Gloucestershire Regiment (Collars) A other ranks matching pair of facing collar badges in silver-anodised with single central lug to reverse. Churchill 775: Circa 1961 Condition: Pristine
The Gloucestershire Regiment (Officer) A facing pair of large Officers bronzed die-cast collar badges with two lugs to reverse, Churchill 782: Pre 1927 Condition: VGC
The Gloucestershire Regiment Back Badge A scarce Officers die-stamped bronze OSD badge with two bronze blades to reverse. KK635 Condition: Good to VGC
The Gordon Highlanders A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with two loops to reverse BYDAND as one word. KK687 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Gordon Highlanders A Officers Hallmarked Silver badge Edinburgh 1954 made A&J Smith Aberdeen in relief with pin fixing to reverse, BYDAND all one word. As KK687 Condition: GC
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment A other ranks silver anodised badge with makers name FIRMIN LONDON inscribed to the slider. KK1985: Circa Early 1990s Condition: Pristine
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment) A scarce Officers frosted silver plated cap badge with two lugs to reverse. KK1984: Post 1950 Condition: Good to VGC
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt White embroidered serifs onto a Red-felt shoulder title. Condition: VGC...
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt White embroidered serifs on green-felt shoulder title removed from uniform Condition: Good to VGC
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK1984: Post 1950 Condition: VGC
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt A die-struck white-metal collar badge of The Cypher of HRH Alexandra, Princess of Wales and the Danish cross (Dannebrog). Churchill 561: Pre 1950 Condition; GC Pin fastening
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt A other ranks silver anodised badge with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM inscribed to the slider. KK1985: Circa Early 1990s Condition: Pristine
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1985: Circa 1951-Late 1950s Condition: GC
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt (5th Bn) Territorial Force A scarce other ranks brass shoulder tile with T 5 YORK and three lugs to reverse. Westlake 927: Circa 1908-1947 Condition: GC
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt) A other ranks silver anodised collar badge with two loops to reverse. Condition: VGC
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt) A other ranks die-cast white-metal example with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. KK1984: Post 1950 Condition: VGC
The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt) A other ranks die-cast white-metal/chrome badge with chrome slider to reverse. KK1985: Circa 1953 Condition: GC
The Grenadier Guards A other ranks die-stamped example in gilding-metal with two loops to the reverse. (KK891) Circa 1896-1962 Condition: GC
The Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry A short lived second pattern die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON Rose and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK2345: Circa 1951-1952 Condition: VGC
The Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry A scarce 1st pattern die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. KK1440: Circa 1907-1920 Condition: GC
The Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry A scarce 1st pattern die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1440: Pre 1951 Condition: VGC
The Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry A short lived second pattern die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON Rose and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK2345: Circa 1951-1952 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Hampshire Regiment A die-cast Officers bronzed Forage-cap badge with two loops to reverse. As KK1961: Pre 1952 Condition: VGC
The Hampshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal example with brass slider and three brazing holes two for scroll and one for rose to reverse, rose and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK647: Circa 1898-1946 Condition: GC
The Hampshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal example with brass slider and three brazing holes to reverse, the rose and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK647: Circa 1898-1946 Condition: GC
The Hampshire Regiment (Economy) A economy issue badge in light-bronze with two original brass blades and makers name A STANLEY & SONS WALSALL to reverse. KK2236: Circa 1943-1945 Condition: GC (very slight distortion)
The Hampshire Regiment 6th (Duke of Connaught's Own) Battalion A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and three brazing holes to scroll, rose and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK1730: Post 1908 Condition: Good to VGC
The Hampshire Regiment 8th (Isle of Wight Rifles, Princess Beatrice,s) Bn A scarce other ranks die-struck Chromed-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, within the badge centre the Tower of Carisbrooke Castle. KK1733: Condition: Polishing to highpoints, Replacement slider GC
The Hampshire Regiment 8th (Isle of Wight Rifles, Princess Beatrice,s) Bn A scarce other ranks die-struck brass badge with brass slider to reverse, within the badge centre the Tower of Carisbrooke Castle. KK1733: Circa 1916-18 Condition: Good to VGC
The Hampshire Regiment 9th (Cyclist) Territorial Bn A scarce other ranks cast brass title with 3 lugs to reverse, formed as the 9th (Cyclist) Bn (TF). Westlake 1113: Post 1911-1920 Condition: GC
The Herefordshire Light Infantry Embroidered yellow serifs on Dark Green (Light Infantry) felt shoulder title. Condition: GC...
The Herefordshire Light Infantry A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R GAUNT LONDON KK2394: Circa 1949-1960s Condition: VGC
The Herefordshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse,. The Lion from the crest of the City of Hereford in white-metal and scroll in gilding-metal. KK1794: Circa 1908-1949 Condition: VGC
The Herefordshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with slider to reverse,. The Lion from the crest of the City of Hereford in white-metal and scroll in gilding-metal. KK1793(4) Post 1908 Condition: GC
The Hertfordshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse this example has narrow antlers. Part of the Territorial Force later renamed The Territorial Army. KK1805: Circa 1908-1947 Condition: VGC
The Hertfordshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse this example has narrow antlers. Part of the Territorial Force later renamed The Territorial Army. KK1805: Circa 1908-1947 Condition: GC
The Hertfordshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse this example has narrow antlers. Part of the Territorial Force later renamed The Territorial Army. POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER KK1805: Circa 1908-1947 Condition: GC
The Hertfordshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse this example has narrow antlers. Part of the Territorial Force later renamed The Territorial Army. KK1805: Circa 1908-1947 Condition: GC
The Hertfordshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse this example has narrow antlers. Part of the Territorial Force later renamed The Territorial Army. KK1805: Circa 1908-1947 Condition: GC
The Highland Brigade A large other ranks silver-anodised badge with 3 lugs to reverse. Formally created on 14 July 1948 from the depots of six regiments The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) The Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment) The Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) The Gordon Highlanders The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's) In 1961 the Brigade was reduced to 4 Battalions KK2036: Post 1960 Condition: Pristine
The Highland District A square with yellow Lion to centre and green top with purple bottom embroidered onto felt. Condition GC
The Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment) A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with two fixing lugs to reverse. (KK684) Circa 1953 Condition Report: GC
The Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment) A other ranks die-struck white-metal short scroll example with two fixing loops to reverse. (KK684) Circa 1953 Condition Report: GC
The Highland Light Infantry (Officers QVC) A scarce 4 piece Victorian Officers die-stamped bi-metal example with two lugs to reverse, the crown, monogram, scroll and elephant in gilt remainder silver-plated. As KK682: Pre 1901 Condition: Tarnished but GC
The Highland Light Infantry 9th (Glasgow Highland) Battalion A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with two lugs to reverse this example has the spelling LACESSET KK1751 Condition: GC
The Highland Yeomanry A short lived other ranks die-stamped white metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The Thane of Fife superimposed on St. Andrews Cross. KK2315 Circa 1957-1960 Condition: VGC
The Home Counties Brigade A other ranks silver anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name SMITH & WRIGHT LTD KK2025: Circa 1958-1970 Condition: Pristine
The Honourable Artillery Company A scarce other ranks die-stamped chromed example with a chromed slider to reverse. Worn for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. KK2374: Circa 1953 Condition: GC
The Honourable Artillery Company A scarce other ranks brass shoulder title with two copper lugs to reverse. Westlake 1475 Condition: GC
The Honourable Artillery Company A scarce die-struck Coronation Chrome badge of a fused grenade and the letters HAC on the ball. As KK1765: Circa 1953 Condition: GC Home made fixing
The Household Cavalry A other ranks gold-anodised badge of The Royal Cypher of Queen Elizabeth II within the garter and two lugs to reverse. KK1881: Post 1962- Condition: Pristine
The Household Cavalry A other ranks gold-anodised badge of The Royal Cypher of Queen Elizabeth II within the garter and two lugs to reverse. KK1881: Post 1962- Condition: GC
The Inns of Court Regiment A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. KK2319 Condition: VGC
The Inns of Court Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. KK2318: Pre 1958 Condition: GC
The Inns of Court Regiment A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. KK2319 Condition: VGC
The Inns of Court Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. KK2318: Pre 1958 Condition: GC Polishing to highpoints
The Kent and County of London Yeomanry A other ranks die-cast bi-metal waist belt clasp badge with two fixing posts and nuts to reverse, invicta horse in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. As KK2288: Pre 1961 Condition: VGC
The Kent and County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) RAC (TA) A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON Invicta scroll and horse in silver anodised remainder in gold anodised. KK2288: Post 1960s Condition: Pristine POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Kent and County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) RAC (TA) A facing pair of anodised collar badges with single central loop to reverse Invicta scroll and horse in silver anodised remainder in gold anodised. KK2288: Post 1960s Condition: Pristine POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The King'g Royal Rifle Corps (Economy) A other ranks black Bakelite economy badge with red cloth and brass fixing strip to reverse. KK2251: Circa 1943 Condition: Pristine
The King's (Liverpool Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse. Scroll in gilding-metal inscribed in old English (King's) remainder in white-metal. Unlike most British Army infantry regiments, which were associated with a county, the King's represented the city of Liverpool, only four regiments in the British Army were ever affiliated to a city. KK1974: Circa 1926 pattern Condition: GC
The King's (Liverpool Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse. Scroll in gilding-metal inscribed in old English King's remainder in white-metal. Unlike most British Army infantry regiments, which were associated with a county, the King's represented the city of Liverpool, only four regiments in the British Army were ever affiliated to a city. KK1974: Circa 1926 pattern Condition: GC
The King's (Regiment Liverpool) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse. Scroll in gilding-metal inscribed in old English King's remainder in white-metal. KK1974: Circa 1926 pattern Condition: Good to VGC
The King's (Scropshire Light Infantry) A Officers gold wire right facing collar badge on black felt with backing cloth Condition: GC worn cloth
The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, letters in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK671 Condition: GC
The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, letters in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK671: Circa 1896-1960 Condition: Good to VGC
The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal HPC of a bugle with strings within the circlet and three of 4 original brass loops. KK344: Post 1881 Condition: GC
The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, letters in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK671: Circa 1896-1960 Condition: GC Light tarnishing
The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry) A other ranks die-struck gilding metal helmet plate centre with 4 toned loops to reverse, a bugle with strings to centre of circlet. KK344: Post 1881 Condition: GC
The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry) (Beret Badge) A scarce smaller beret example of the other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, letters in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK2010: Circa 1950-1962 Condition: VGC
The King's Division A all ranks No.1 dress badge for the Waterloo and Normandy bands with a combined union rose in white and red enamels with gilt and silver plate for scroll two lugs to reverse and makers name FIRMIN. KK2741: Post 2006 Condition: Pristine
The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal helmet plate centre with 4 lugs to reverse. KK295: Post 1881 Condition: GC
The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge of the Lion of England with brass slider to reverse, KK592: Circa 1897-1954 Condition: GC slider shortened
The King's Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry) A scarce Officers bronze and silver plated OSD cap badge with two fixing blades to reverse. KK670: Circa 1902-58 Condition: GC
The King's Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with rose in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal brass slider to reverse. KK670: Pre 1938 Condition: Good to VGC
The King's Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, rose in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal . KK670: Pre 1938 Condition: GC
The King's Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry) A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal HPC, circlet inscribed South Yorkshire with stringed bugle to centre and the motto of the 2nd Madras Light Infantry (Cede Nullis) inscribed on scroll. KK342: Circa 1881-1887 Condition: GC Loops as found
The King's Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry)(Officer) A scarce Officers two piece blackened/bronze and silver plated OSD cap badge with two fixing lugs to reverse, rose in silver plate remainder blackened. KK670: Circa 1902-58 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The King's Own Royal Border Regiment A other ranks gold and silver anodised badge with slider inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM to reverse, Lion of England in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2039: Post 1970 Condition: VGC
The King's Own Royal Border Regiment A other ranks gold and silver anodised badge with slider inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON to reverse, Lion insilver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2039: Post 1970 Condition: Pristine
The King's Own Royal Norfolk Yeomanry (Dragoons) A second pattern other ranks die-cast gilding-metal badge with the cypher of King George V and crown above with brass slider inscribed with makers name BP&Co Ld B.HAM (Bodill, Parker & Co. Ltd) to reverse, This is a scarce maker from the “Albion Works, Great Hampton Row, Birmingham”, and are believed to have been awarded contracts to produce metal badges for the War Office during the following months: December 1915 and January, February, March, May, August & September 1916, and January & August 1917. KK1477: Circa 1915-1917 (Makers Mark) Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The King's Own Royal Norfolk Yeomanry (Dragoons) A other ranks die-cast gilding-metal badge with the cypher of King George V and crown above with two fixing loops to reverse. KK1477: Circa 1910-1936 Condition: Small repair GC
The King's Own Scottish Borderers A other ranks die-stamped white-metal example with two fixing lugs to reverse. (KK629) Circa 1898-1954 Condition : GC
The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge this is a early version with loop fittings to reverse, rose in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK670: Pre 1930s Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge this is a early version with flat post fittings to reverse, rose in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK670: Pre 1930s Condition: VGC
The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry A other ranks silver-anodised badge of a French horn and the White Rose of York in the twist, a slider to reverse inscribed with the makers name SMITH & WRIGHT LTD KK2009: Post Late 1950s Condition: VGC
The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with rose in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal brass slider to reverse and single central brazing hole to rose. KK670: Pre 1938 Condition: GC
The King's Regiment A Officers gilt fleur-de-lys with the horse of Hanover in silver-plate, two gilt lugs to reverse. KK2041: Pre 1968 Condition: Pristine
The King's Regiment A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON LTD, White Horse of Hanover in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2041: Post 1970 Condition: Pristine
The King's Regiment (Liverpool) A early 1st pattern other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. Unlike most British Army infantry regiments, which were associated with a county, the King's represented the city of Liverpool, only four regiments in the British Army were ever affiliated to a city. KK598: Pre 1926 pattern Condition: GC
The King's Regiment (Liverpool) A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge that has been blackened with a slider and brazing holes to reverse. KK1974: Post 1926 Condition: GC
The King's Regiment (Liverpool) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal helmet plate centre with brass loops to reverse, The White Horse of Hanover in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK297: Post 1881 Condition. 1 replacement loop GC
The King's Royal Hussars A all-ranks die-struck metal service cap badge with two loops to reverse of a Prussian Eagle that has been painted black. KK2722: Post1993 Condition: GC
The King's Royal Hussars A Officers gilt service cap badge of the Prussian Eagle painted black with crown, orb, sceptre, letters to centre of chest and trefoils on wings remaining in gilt and two loops and makers name FIRMIN in three positions to reverse. KK2722: Post 1993 Condition: Pristine
The King's Royal Rifle Corps A other ranks die-struck blackened-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK2011: Circa 1905-1955 Condition: GC
The King's Royal Rifle Corps A other ranks die-struck blackened-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK2011: Circa 1905-1955 Condition: GC
The King's Royal Rifle Corps A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass badge with brass slider to reverse and original red felt backing, this example with the more common voided crown. KK2011: Circa 1905-1955 Condition: Good to VGC
The King's Royal Rifle Corps A other ranks die-stamped blackened-brass badge with brass slider to reverse. KK2011: Circa 1905-1955 Condition: GC
The King's Shropshire Light Infantry A large die-cast Officers bronzed badge for cap/collar with two lugs to reverse. These badges were considered to large for the collar and was replaced with smaller examples. Churchill 1427: Circa 1902-1914 Condition: GC
The King's Yorkshire Light Infantry A facing pair of die-struck bi-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each, rose in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. Churchill 1392: Pre 1951 Condition: GC
The Kings Own (Royal Lancashire Regt) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK592: Circa 1897-1954 Condition: VGC
The Kings Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge of the Lion of England with brass slider to reverse, KK592: Circa 1897-1954 Condition: GC slider shortened
The Kings Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal helmet plate centre with 4 brass loops to reverse. KK295: Post 1881 Condition: VGC
The Kings Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) A Officers right-facing die-cast bronzed OSD collar badge with two bronzed loops to reverse. Condition: Good to VGC
The Kings Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge of the Lion of England with brass slider to reverse. KK592: Circa 1897-1954 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Kings Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) (Victorian/Edwardian) A scarce Victorian/Edwardian other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with two toned loops to reverse. KK592: Circa 1882-1908 Condition: Good to VGC
The Kings Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal HPC with three of four loops to reverse, a White-metal Rose of York in the centre of a bugle in gilding-metal. KK343: Circa 1887-1914 Condition: GC
The Kings Own Scottish Borderers A pair of other ranks gold-anodised collar badges with central mounting lug to reverse. Condition: Pristine
The Kings Own Scottish Borderers A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Condition: Good to VGC
The Kings Own Scottish Borderers A scarce 1st pattern Victorian other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal helmet plate centre with two loops to reverse. The Castle of Edinburgh with scroll inscribed NISI DOMINUS FRUSTRA. KK311: Circa 1881-1884 Condition: GC two loops
The Kings Own Scottish Borderers (HPC) A scarce Victorian other ranks die-stamped white-metal helmet plate centre, with three brass loops to reverse. The St Andrew's Cross with the Castle of Edinburgh to the centre this example being 76mm in height. KK313: Circa 1887-1901 Condition: VGC
The Kings Own Scottish Borderers (HPC) A scarce Victorian other ranks die-stamped white-metal helmet plate centre, with two brass loops to reverse. The St Andrew's Cross with the Castle of Edinburgh to the centre this example being 72mm in height. KK314: Circa 1887-1901 Condition: VGC
The Kings Regiment A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM KK2041: Post 1970 Condition: Pristine
The Kings Royal Hussars An all-ranks service cap badge of a Prussian Eagle that has been painted black with the sceptre, orb, crown in gilding-metal with slider to reverse. KK2722: Post1993 Condition: VGC
The Kings Royal Rifle Corps A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and red backing cloth . KK2011: Circa 1905-1955 Condition: GC
The Kings Royal Rifle Corps A other ranks die-struck blackened-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and original red backing cloth . KK2011: Circa 1905-1955 Condition: GC
The Kings Royal Rifle Corps A other ranks die-stamped blackened-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and original red backing cloth . KK2011: Circa 1905-1955 Condition: GC
The Kings Royal Rifle Corps (Economy) A WWII other ranks black Bakelite economy cap badge. KK2251: Circa 1943 Condition: Fixings missing
The Kings Royal Rifle Corps (Economy) A WWII other ranks plastic (Bakelite) black economy cap badge with two brass blades and red felt backing. KK2251: Circa 1943 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Lancashire (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with two fixing loops to rear. KK1472 Condition Report: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Lancashire Fusiliers White embroidered serifs on red felt shoulder title. Condition: Removed from uniform GC.
The Lancashire Fusiliers A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. Scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. A little fact was JRR Tolkien the author served on the Western Front with the 13th Battalion in 1915-16. KK618: Circa 1908-1958 Condition: GC
The Lancashire Fusiliers A two piece die-cast Officers badge in bronze with blades to reverse for fixing. KK618: Circa WW1 Condition: 2 blades missing GC
The Lancashire Fusiliers A Officers die-struck two-piece bronze collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Churchill582: Circa 1902- 1934 Condition: Pristine
The Lancashire Fusiliers A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. An applied scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. A little fact was JRR Tolkien the author served on the Western Front with the 13th Battalion in 1915-16. KK618: Circa 1908-1958 Condition: GC
The Leeds Rifles (The Prince of Wale's Own Regiment of Yorkshire)(TA) A scarce other ranks silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON Post early 1960s Condition: Pristine
The Leicestershire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse, the Royal Tiger in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK612: 1896-1946 Condition: Good to VGC
The Leicestershire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the Royal Tiger in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK612: 1896-1946 Condition: Good to VGC
The Leicestershire Regiment (Economy) A other ranks plastic economy badge with brass fixing blade to reverse. Plastic badges were introduced early in 1942 to save metal for munitions. KK2221: Post 1942 Condition: GC
The Leicestershire Regiment (Economy) A other ranks light-bronze Bakelite badge of The Royal Tiger with the Hindoostan above and scroll below. KK2221: Circa WW2 Condition: Very slight distortion no strip
The Leinster Regiment A 1st pattern other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and five brazing holes to reverse. Coronet and scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK699: 1st Pattern Condition: GC
The Life Guards A die-cast badge with the Cypher of King George VI within the circlet which is inscribed THE LIFE GUARDS and an Imperial crown above, with a makers name to bottom for FIRMIN LONDON KK1875: Circa 1937-1952 Condition: GC one blades absent POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Life Guards A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. KK1876: Post 1954 Condition: GC
The Life Guards A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two llugs to reverse. KK1876: Post 1954 Condition: GC
The Life Guards A die-cast bronzed badge with the Cypher of King George VI within the circlet which is inscribed THE LIFE GUARDS and an Imperial crown above, and a makers name to bottom for FIRMIN LONDON KK1875: Circa 1937-1952 Condition: GC blades absent POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Life Guards A other ranks gold-anodised badge with two lugs to reverse. The Royal Cypher of Queen Elizabeth II within a circlet. KK1876: Post 1958 Condition: Pristine
The Life Guards The Die-struck Bronzed badge of the Cypher of King George VI within the circlet inscribed THE LIFE GUARDS with an Imperial crown above. KK1875: Circa 1937-1952 Condition: GC 1 fixing blade
The Life Guards (Shoulder Title) A other ranks gold-anodised shoulder-title with two lugs to reverse. Condition: GC
The Light Dragoons A other ranks service cap two piece 2nd pattern silver and gold-anodised badge with dark blue enamel, slider to reverse inscribed with makers name LONDON BADGE & BUTTON Co Ltd. KK2723(3): Post 1993 Condition: Pristine
The Light Infantry Brigade A other ranks silver-anodised badge of a stringed bugle-horn with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM KK2031: Post 1956 Condition: Pristine
The Lincolnshire Regiment A large die-cast two piece bronzed Officers badge for the White F.S. Helmet and Forage cap. KK1957: Condition: Lugs in place of blades GC
The Lincolnshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. The regiment was first raised in 1685 as the Earl of Bath's Regt its first Colonel being John Granvill. (KK600) Pre 1948 Condition: GC
The Lincolnshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck facing-pair of white-metal collar badges of a male Sphinx with two loops to reverse. Churchill 314/315: Pre 1948 Condition: GC
The Lincolnshire Regiment A scarce early other ranks die-struck right facing white-metal collar badge with two brass loops to reverse. Circa 1898-1902 Condition: GC
The Lincolnshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. The regiment was first raised in 1685 as the Earl of Bath's Regt its first Colonel being John Granvill. (KK600) Circa 1908-1948 Condition: GC
The Lincolnshire Regiment (Officer) A Officers/Warrant Offices die-struck silver-plated left facing collar badge with two silvered loops to reverse. Pre 1948 Condition: GC
The Lincolnshire Regiment 4th & 5th Battalions A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two blackened loops to reverse, the scroll in gilding-metal Sphinx on blank tablet in white-metal. KK1708: Post 1908 Condition: GC slider replaced by loops
The Lincolnshire Yeomanry (Lancers) A scarce WW1 die-struck bronzed cap badge to the Lincolnshire Yeomanry with a bronzed slider to reverse. The Imperial crown above the Arms of Lincoln. KK1484: Pre 1920 Condition: Good to VGC
The Lincolnshire Yeomanry (Lancers) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The Arms of Lincoln with Imperial crown above. KK1484: Pre 1920 Condition: VGC
The Lothian Regiment An extremely scarce short lived 1st pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal HPC with The Star of the Order of the Thistle and St. Andrew with Cross to centre and LOTHIAN on circlet. KK290: 1881-1882 Condition: GC loops as found
The Lothians & Borderer (Yeomanry) Horse A matching pair of other ranks collar badges die-stamped gilding-metal example with two lugs to the reverse of each. KK1467: Pre 1952 Condition: Good to VGC
The Lothians & Borderer (Yeomanry) Horse A matching pair of other ranks die-struck collar badges in gilding-metal with two lugs to the reverse of each. KK1467: Pre 1952 Condition: Good to VGC
The Lothians & Borderers (Yeomanry) Horse A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1467: Pre 1952 Condition: GC
The Lothians and Border (Yeomanry) Horse A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with two lugs to reverse. KK1467: Pre 1952 Condition: GC
The Lothians and Border (Yeomanry) Horse A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK1467: Pre 1952 Condition: GC
The Lothians and Border (Yeomanry) Horse A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with two lugs to reverse. KK1467: Pre 1952 Condition: GC
The Lovat (Yeomanry) Scouts A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with two long loops to reverse. First formed during the 2nd Boer War as a Scottish Highland yeomanry regiment. In 1916 these scouts became the British Army’s first sniper unit, known as sharpshooters and where the first unit to wear the famous snipers ghillie suit. KK1500: Pre 1950 Condition: Good to VGC
The Lovat (Yeomanry) Scouts A other ranks 1st pattern die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. A stags head within a circlet inscribed LOVAT SCOUTS Y, antlers extending onto circlet. KK1497 Condition: GC
The Lowland Brigade A other ranks silver-anodised badge with two lugs to reverse, a thistle within a circlet on the Saltire. KK2024: Post 1958 Condition: VGC
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment A scarce pair of other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badges both with two loops to reverse. The Lincoln Shield comes from the old badge of the 81st Regt of Foot. Churchill 1282: Post 1882 Condition: Pristine
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment A scarce Edwardian other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two toned loops to reverse, the Royal Crest and Imperial Crown in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK664: Circa 1902-1908 Condition: VGC
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment A other ranks early example of a die-stamped bi-metal badge with long brass slider to reverse, Royal Crest and crown in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK664: Circa 1902-1921 Condition: GC
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment A other ranks early example of a die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, Royal Crest and crown in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK664: Circa 1908-1921 Condition: GC
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment A 2nd pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal Pagri badge with long brass slider to reverse. KK403: Circa 1902-1914 Condition: VGC
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment A Officers early OSD example of a die-cast bronzed metal badge with two brass blades to reverse. KK664: Circa 1908-1921 Condition: GC
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment A early 1st World War economy example of a die-cast brass metal badge with two brass blades to reverse. KK664: Circa 1916-1918 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (Victorian) A scarce Victorian other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with two toned loops to reverse, The Royal Crest with Victorian Crown in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK663: Circa 1898-1902 Condition: VGC
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (Victorian) A scarce other ranks die-stamped 3 piece gilding-metal Glengarry with Helmet Plate Centre, backing plate and the Victorian Crown complete with loops and long split pin. KK288, KK289, KK337 Condition: Good to VGC
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) An old other ranks embroidered white onto red cloth shoulder title to the Loyal Regiment. Condition: GC Removed from uniform
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) A variation of the other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge, this example is only 40mm in height x 32mm across and has two loops to reverse. The scroll and rose in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER As KK665: Circa 1935-1956 Condition: GC
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) A old other ranks embroidered white onto red cloth shoulder title to the Loyal Regiment. Condition: GC
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scrol and rose in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK665: Circa 1935-1956 Condition: GC
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) A scarce die-stamped chrome badge with chrome slider to reverse made for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II KK665: Circa 1953 Condition VGC
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll and rose in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. The scroll was altered in 1921 when the title of the regiment changed to THE LOYAL REGIMENT. KK665: Circa 1921-1956 Condition: Good to VGC
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) A scarce short lived other ranks die-cast bi-metal badge with St.Edwards crown and brass slider to reverse, scroll and rose in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. The Regiment amalgamated with The Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Volunteers), to form The Queen’s Lancashire Regiment on 25th March 1970. The metal badges changed to anodised in the early 1960s. KK665: Circa 1956-1962 Condition: VGC
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire)(Officer) A scarce short lived Officers die-cast gilt, silver plated and enamel badge with St.Edwards crown and to loops and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON to reverse, scroll and rose in gilf-metal central rose in red enamel, green enamel sepals, Royal Crest and Crown in silver-plate. The Regiment amalgamated with The Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Volunteers), to form The Queen’s Lancashire Regiment on 25th March 1970. The metal badges changed to anodised in the early 1960s. KK665: Post 1956 Condition: GC silver-plate and gilt worn
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire)(Officer) A scarce Officers OSD die-cast bronzed badge with two blades to reverse. The scroll was altered in 1921 when the title of the regiment changed to THE LOYAL REGIMENT. KK665: Circa 1921-1956 Condition: Good to VGC
The Manchester Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK677: Pre 1949 Condition: Good to VGC
The Manchester Regiment A other ranks die-stamped fleur-de-lys in gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK2014: Circa 1949-1964 Condition: VGC
The Manchester Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK677: Pre 1949 Condition: Good to VGC
The Manchester Regiment A other ranks die-stamped badge of a fleur-de-lys in gilding-metal with brass slider to reverse. KK2014: Circa 1949-1964 Condition: VGC
The Manchester Regiment (Officer) A Officers die-cast bronze badge for service dress uniform with bronzed blades to reverse. KK2014: Circa 1949-1964 Condition: GC (One blade present but not attached)
The Manchester Regiment 7th (Ardwick) Battalion A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge of a floriated fleur-de-lys with a brass slider to reverse. Originally formed in 1860 as the 40th Lancashire Rifle Volunteers. KK1746: Post 1908 Condition: GC
The Mercian Brigade A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM the Saxon crown in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK2033 Condition: Pristine
The Mercian Brigade A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON the Saxon crown in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. The makers mark dates this item to pre 1970s. KK2033: Pre 1970 Condition: GC
The Mercian Brigade (Officer) A Officers die-cast silver and gilt badge with two gilt loops and makers name F&S (Firmin and Son) to reverse, Saxon crown, beak and claws in gilt remainder in silver-plate. KK2033 Condition: VGC
The Middlesex Regiment A shoulder title white serifs embroidered onto Red felt. Condition: Pristine
The Middlesex Regiment A Embroidered black onto Khaki shoulder title for use with the battle dress. Condition: GC
The Middlesex Regiment A small white on Red felt embroidered shoulder title with backing. Condition: GC removed from uniform.
The Middlesex Regiment (Officers Collar) A Officers burnished silver collar badge with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON and Sterling Silver markings to reverse. Churchill 1450: Post 1897 Condition: Lugs as found otherwise GC
The Middlesex Regt (The Duke of Cambridge's Own)(Economy) A other ranks chocolate-brown plastic cap badge with two brass fixing blades to reverse. KK2250: Post 1942 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Monmouthshire Regiment (1st Bn) A die struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the Welsh Dragon in the centre of a laurel wreath bearing various battle honours. KK1770: Post 1922 Condition: GC
The Monmouthshire Regiment (2nd Bn) A die-struck gilding-metal badge of a Welsh Dragon standing on ground in gilding-metal with brass slider to reverse. KK1769: Pre 1925 Condition: GC
The Norfolk Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge title scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal brass slider to reverse and three brazing holes to scroll. KK599: Circa 1898-1937 Condition: GC
The Norfolk Regiment A 3nd pattern other ranks die-stamped bi-metal HPC with four brass loops to reverse. Britainia remodeled within the centre of circlet in white-metal now with arm bent and carring a 7 leaf Olive branch instead of the old 5 leaf, circlet in gilding-metal. KK367: Pre 1914 Condition: GC
The Norfolk Yeomanry (The King's Own Royal Regiment) A 3rd version in die-stamped gilding-metal with the Imperial Crown above King George VI cypher and two loops to reverse. KK2328: Circa 1937-1953 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The North Irish Horse A scarce other ranks die-stamped chromed-metal example with chromed slider to reverse. In 1908 the regiment became a special reserve unit following the formation of the Territorial Force. POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER KK1503: Circa December 1952 Condition: VGC
The North Irish Horse A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with brass slider to reverse with voided harp strings and Queen Elizabeth II crown above. KK2292 Condition: VGC to Pristine
The North Somerset Yeomanry (Dragoons) A scarce other ranks die-struck white-metal collar badge with the cypher of King George V in a voided centre and two lugs to reverse. KK1426: Circa 1902-1937 Condition: GC Lugs replaced
The North Somerset Yeomanry (Dragoons) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with the cypher of King George V in a voided centre and brass slider to reverse. KK1426: Circa 1902-1937 Condition: GC Slider replaced
The North Somerset Yeomanry/44th Royal Tank Regt, RAC (TA) A scarce other ranks silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse. Firmin and Sons PLC are the only makers of this badge. KK2355. Circa 1958-1965 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Northamptonshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK2008: Circa 1920-1965 Condition: GC
The Northamptonshire Regiment A scarce 1st pattern other ranks die-struck gilding-metal HPC of the Castle and Key of Gibraltar within circlet and scroll below inscribed TALAVERA and scroll above castle inscribed GIBRALTAR KK338: Post 1881 Condition: GC Replacement lugs
The Northamptonshire Regiment A scarce 1st pattern die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, two long towers and long key scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK666: Circa 1898-1920 Condition: GC
The Northamptonshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK2008: Circa 1920-1965 Condition: GC
The Northamptonshire Yeomanry A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. The White horse of Hannover within a oval inscribed NORTHAMPTONSHIRE YEOMANRY. This badge was only worn by the 2nd Northamptonshire Yeomanry and only in WW2. KK2344: Post 1940 Condition: GC
The Northamptonshire Yeomanry A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. This badge was only worn by the 2nd Northamptonshire Yeomanry and only in WW2. KK2344: Post 1940 Condition: GC
The Northumberland (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. KK1431: Circa 1956-1962 Condition: GC
The Northumberland (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. A circlet with a Norman castle from the Arms of Newcastle-on-Tyne to a voided centre. KK1431: Circa 1914- Condition: Good to VGC
The Northumberland (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. A circlet with a Norman castle from the Arms of Newcastle-on-Tyne to a voided centre. KK1431: Circa 1914-1950 Condition: VGC
The Northumberland (Yeomanry) Hussars A scarce early Edwardian period other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with two long lugs to reverse. A circlet with a Norman castle from the Arms of Newcastle-on-Tyne to a voided centre. KK1431: Circa 1902-1910 Condition: GC Polishing to highpoints
The Northumberland (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. Norman castle from the Arms of Newcastle-on-Tyne to a voided centre. KK1431: Circa 1956-1962 Condition: GC
The Northumberland (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. A circlet with a Norman castle from the Arms of Newcastle-on-Tyne to a voided centre. KK1431: Circa 1914-1950 Condition: GC
The Northumberland District A 1st pattern example of an embroidered shield of 3 yellow and 3 red stripes on a blue felt square. Based on the shield of St.Oswald of Northumbria. Condition: VGC
The Northumberland Fusiliers 20th -23rd & 29th Bns (Tyneside Scottish) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with two loops to reverse. Formed during the Great War KK1137: Circa 1914-1918 Condition: GC
The Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (Buckinghamshire Bn) A other-ranks die-stamped blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse. KK1737 Condition: GC
The Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (Buckinghamshire Bn) A other-ranks die-stamped blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse. KK1737: Circa 1908-1970 Condition: GC
The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire LI (Buckinghamshire Bn) A other-ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse. KK1737 Condition: GC
The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry A other ranks die-struck white-metal bugle-horn with strings with brass slider to reverse. KK658: Circa 1898-1950s Condition: VGC
The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with three lugs to reverse. This is the universal corded pattern No. 10011sealed on 2nd Feb 1882. Churchill 1195: Post 1882 Condition: Top lug damaged
The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry A other ranks die-struck white-metal bugle-horn with strings with brass slider to reverse. KK658: Circa 1898-1950s Condition: VGC
The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (Beret Badge) A scarce smaller example for wear with the beret of the other ranks die-stamped white-metal bugle-horn with strings and brass slider to reverse. KK2005: Circa 1950-1958 Condition: Good to VGC
The Parachute Regiment A scarce other ranks blackened anodised badge with two lugs to reverse and inscribed with makers name LB&B MADE IN ENGLAND KK2060: Post 1980s Condition: Pristine
The Pembroke Yeomanry A scarce other ranks die-struck darkened/brass example with brass slider to reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes on the FISHGUARD scroll. Officially the only unit to be awarded the Fishguard Battle Honour from February 24th 1797. Post 1902 Condition: Good to VGC
The Prince Alberts Own Leicestershire Yeomanry (Hussars) A 2nd pattern other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse, the crest of the Prince Consort with scroll above and below. KK1423: Pre 1920 Condition: GC
The Prince of Wales (North Staffordshire Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with a brass slider to reverse, an applied Stafford Knot and coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK678: Circa Pre 1966 Condition: GC
The Prince of Wales (North Staffordshire Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with a brass slider to reverse, an applied gilding-metal Stafford Knot and coronet remainder in white-metal. KK678: Circa Pre 1966 Condition: GC
The Prince of Wales Own (West Yorkshire Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal helmet plate centre with four brass loops to reverse, The White Horse of Hanover in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK303: Post 1881 Condition: GC
The Prince of Wales Own Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry (Hussars) A Officers two piece silvered and gilt collar badge with two pins to reverse, coronet in gilt remainder in silver-plate. Condition: GC
The Prince of Wales Own Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry (Hussars) A two piece Officers matching pair of collar badges in with two pins to reverse, coronet in gilt remainder in frosted silver-plate. Condition: VGC
The Prince of Wales Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) A scarce matching pair of Victorian other ranks die-struck bi-metal collar badges with two toned loops to reverse. Churchill 1112: Circa 1881-1923 Condition: VGC
The Prince of Wales's (North Staffordshire Regt) HPC A other ranks die-struck bi-metal helmet plate centre with four brass loops to reverse, Prince of Wale's Feathers and motto in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK348: Circa 1881-1914 Condition: GC
The Prince of Wales's (North Staffordshire Regt) HPC A other ranks die-struck bi-metal helmet plate centre with four loops to reverse, Prince of Wale's Feathers and motto in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK348: Circa 1881-1914 Condition: GC
The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians) A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two brass loops and four brazing holes to reverse. KK699: Pre 1920 Condition: Very good detail and striking
The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians) A scarce 1st pattern Victorian/Edwardian other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with two toned loops and four brazing holes to reverse. KK699: Victorian/Edwardian Condition: Good to VGC
The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal helmet plate centre with four brass loopes to reverse, The Prince of Wales's plumes and motto in white-metal and remainder in gilding-metal. KK353: Circa 1881-1914 Condition
The Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal helmet plate centre with four lugs to reverse, The White Horse of Hanover in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK303: Post 1881 Condition: GC
The Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regt) 7th Bn (Leeds Rifles) A scarce other ranks die-struck blackened-brass badge with brass slider to reverse. In 1922 the 7th Battalion was merged with the 8th Battalion to form the 7/8th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own). KK1712: Circa 1908-1922 Condition: Polishing to high-points 7 polished out
The Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regt) 8th Bn (Leeds Rifles) A scarce other ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with two lugs to reverse. a scroll with 8th Bn PWO West Yorkshire Regt. KK1712: Post 1908 Condition: GC
The Prince of Wales's Own Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry (Hussars) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two loops and brazing hole to reverse, coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK1407 Post 1948 Condition: VGC
The Prince of Wales's Own Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry (Hussars) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two lugs and brazing hole to reverse, coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK1407 Post 1948 Condition: GC
The Prince of Wales's Own Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry (Hussars) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing hole to reverse, coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK1407 Post 1948 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal helmet plate centre with four brass lugs to reverse, The circlet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK331: Post 1881 Condition: Good to VGC
The Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal helmet plate centre with four brass loops to reverse, the circlet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK331: Post 1881 Condition: GC
The Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) A scarce other ranks die-stamped smaller beret badge in bi-metal with brass slider to reverse and four brazing holes. KK2001: Circa 1950-1965 Condition: GC
The Princes of Wales Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) A scarce Victorian/Edwardian other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two toned loops and five brazing holes to reverse . The Plumes, motto and Sphinx over Egypt in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK652: Circa 1896-1908 Condition: Pristine
The Princes of Wales Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing hole to reverse. The Plumes, motto and Sphinx over Egypt in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK652: 1898-1963 Condition: GC replacement slider
The Princes of Wales Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse . The Plumes, motto and Sphinx over Egypt applied in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK652: 1898-1963 Condition: GC
The Princes of Wales Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) A Officers die-stamped bronzed OSD badge with two fixing blades to reverse . KK652: Circa WW1 Condition: GC
The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (Queen's & Royal Hampshires) A all ranks 2 piece service cap badge with two lugs to reverse. A gilding-metal badge that has been chemically bronzed. KK2724(2): Sealed 1995 Condition: VGC
The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (Queen's & Royal Hampshires) A all ranks 2 piece service cap badge chemically bronzed with two lugs to reverse. KK2724(2): Post 1995 Condition: VGC
The Queen Marys Surrey Yeomanry (Lancers) A Officers large die-struck bronze badge with blade fixing to reverse. The cypher of Queen Mary within the Garter with crown above and scrolls below. KK1473: Circa 1902-1952 Condition: Good to VGC 1 blade missing
The Queen Own Cameron Highlanders (The Liverpool Scottish) A other ranks die-struck white-metal example of St.Andrew to centre holding the cross and scroll inscribed LIVERPOOL SCOTTISH to centre and to the base a further scroll inscribed CAMERON, makers name to reverse of cross J.R.GAUNT LONDON KK2364: Post 1938-1970 Condition: Good to VGC 1 lug missing
The Queen Own Cameron Highlanders (The Liverpool Scottish) A other ranks die-struck white-metal example of St.Andrew to centre holding the cross and scroll inscribed LIVERPOOL SCOTTISH to centre and to the base a further scroll inscribed CAMERON, two toned loops to reverse. KK2364: Post 1938-1970 Condition: Good to VGC
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider and two brazing holes to reverse, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK590: Circa 1910-1924 Condition: Good to VGC
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) A other ranks small example for use on the beret, die-stamped in gilding-metal slider in brass to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON KK1970: Circa 1949-1961 Condition: VGC
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) A Embroidered black onto Khaki shoulder title for the battle dress with two loops for fixing to reverse. Condition: Good to VGC
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) A Battle Dress shoulder title embroidered black on khaki with loop to the reverse. Condition: GC
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK590: Circa 1910-1924 Condition: GC
The Queen's Lancashire Regiment A other ranks gold-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON LTD KK2049: Circa Mid 1990s Condition: Pristine
The Queen's Own Buffs (Royal Kent Regiment) A scarce other ranks short lived shoulder title of brass with two lugs to reverse. The amalgamation of the Royal East Kent (Buffs) & Royal West Kent. Westlake 1441: Circa 1961-1966 Condition: Good to VGC
The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with two lugs on reverse. Within a wreath of thistles stands St.Andrew holding a Cross. (KK688) Circa: 1897-1965 Condition: GC
The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with two lugs on reverse. Within a wreath of thistles stands St.Andrew holding a Cross. (KK688) Circa: 1897-1965 Condition: GC
The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with two lugs on reverse. Within a wreath of thistles stands St.Andrew holding a Cross. (KK688) Circa: 1897-1965 Condition: GC
The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders A Victorian other ranks die-struck white-metal Glengarry Badge with two loops to reverse, this example has no scroll beneath St. Andrew the scroll was only added in 1900. Bloomer 225: KK278 Circa 1881-1900 Condition: GC loops replaced
The Queen's Own Hussars A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON, the scroll in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. The regiment was formed from the amalgamation of 3rd The King's Own Hussars with the 7th Hussars in 1958. KK1894: London mark dates this to Circa 1958-1970 Condition: Pristine
The Queen's Own Hussars (Officer) A Officers die-cast gilt and silver-plated cap badge with two lugs to reverse. the scroll in gilt remainder in silver-plate. KK1896: Circa 1958-1993 Condition: GC Slight tarnishing
The Queen's Own Oxfordshire (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with Queen Adelaides cypher to centre and a two loops to reverse. KK1463: Pre 1952 Condition: GC Loops replaced slider
The Queen's Own Oxfordshire (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with Queen Adelaides cypher to centre and a brass slider to reverse. KK1463: Pre 1952 Condition: Good to VGC
The Queen's Own Oxfordshire (Yeomanry) Hussars A 1st pattern other ranks die-stamped brass badge with two toned loops to reverse. KK1461: Circa 1914-1950 Condition: GC
The Queen's Own Oxfordshire (Yeomanry) Hussars A 1st pattern other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with two toned loops to reverse. KK1461: Pre 1950 Condition: GC
The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment A scarce other ranks plastic economy badge in silver-grey with two brass blades to reverse. KK2247: Circa 1943-1945 Condition: VGC
The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment A facing pair of die-cast bronze Officers collar badges with three loops to reverse of each. Churchill 1370: Circa 1902-1955 Condition: VGC
The Queen's Own Yeomanry A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name. Scroll in silver anodised remainder in gold anodised. KK2293: Post 1972 Condition: Slider shortened GC
The Queen's Own Yorkshire (Yeomanry) Dragoons A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. Regiment was amalgamated in 1956 with the Yorkshire Hussars and The East Riding Regiment to form The Queen's Own Yorkshire Yeomanry. KK1420: Circa 1908-1939 Condition: VGC
The Queen's Own Yorkshire (Yeomanry) Dragoons A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass badge with brass slider to reverse. Regiment was amalgamated in 1956 with the Yorkshire Hussars and The East Riding Regiment to form The Queen's Own Yorkshire Yeomanry. KK1420: Circa 1908-1939 Condition: VGC
The Queen's Regiment A other ranks anodised badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM, dragon, feathers and coronet in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2038: Post 1966-1992 Condition: Pristine
The Queen's Royal Irish Hussars A 2nd pattern other ranks anodised badge with slider to rear inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON Harp and scroll in silver anodised remainder in gold anodised. The 2nd pattern badge differs in that the crown is smaller and scroll is smaller, also unlike the 1st version this badge had 4 different manufactures. KK1899: Circa: late 1960s Condition Report: Good to VGC
The Queen's Royal Lancers A pair of other ranks white-metal collar badges with two lugs positioned north and south to the reverse of badge. Condition: VGC
The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) A facing pair of Officers die-cast bronzed collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each. This drawing design was taken from the College of Arms. Churchill 49: Circa 1924-1952 Condition: GC
The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey)(Economy) A other ranks light-bronze Bakelite economy badge of the Paschal Lamb with brass strip to reverse. KK2209: WW2 Condition: GC
The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey)(Economy) A other ranks light-bronze Bakelite economy badge of the Paschal Lamb with brass blades to reverse. KK2209: WW2 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment A other ranks two piece anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON, star in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. Circa Late 1950s - 1970 Condition: GC
The Queen's Royal West Kent Regiment 4th Territorial Battalion A other ranks scarce brass shoulder title with three lugs to reverse T 5 R.W.KENT The 5th was a Territorial Bn based at Bromley. Westlake1253: Circa 1908-1947 Condition: GC
The Queens (Royal West Surrey Regiment) A scarce other ranks die-stamped small example for use on the beret, in gilding-metal slider to reverse. KK1970: Circa 1949-1961 Condition: GC
The Queens (Royal West Surrey Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped in gilding-metal with brass slider slider to reverse. POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER KK1970: Circa 1924-1961 Condition: GC
The Queens (Royal West Surrey Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal helmet plate centre with Victorian Crown and brass Glengarry backing plate, four loops to reverse of centre and two to back of crown, circlet and crown in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK288, KK289 and KK293 Condition: VGC
The Queens Lancashire Regiment A all ranks badge in brass and red enamel with slider to reverse. The rose of Lancashire in red enamel remainder in a brass-metal. As KK2049 Condition: VGC
The Queens Lancashire Regiment A other ranks gold-anodised badge with slider to reverse with the makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON LTD KK2049: Post Mid 1990s Condition: Pristine
The Queens Lancashire Regiment A all ranks badge in brass and red enamel with two lugs to reverse, rose in red-enamel remainder in brass. As KK2049 Condition: Pristine
The Queens Own Dorset Yeomanry (Hussars) A Officers 2nd pattern die-stamped bronzed badge with two bronzed loops to reverse. KK1445: Circa 1902-1934 Condition: VGC
The Queens Own Hussars A other ranks die-cast brass shoulder title with two flat hexagonal brass lugs to reverse. Westlake 88: Post 1958 Condition: GC
The Queens Own Lowland Yeomanry RAC (TA) A other ranks anodised badge of the Scottish Royal Unicorn on a pair of crossed swords with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. Scroll in gold anodised remainder in silver anodised. KK2311: Circa Early 1960-1970 Condition: Pristine POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Queens Own Mercian Yeomanry RAC (TA) A scarce short lived other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN. LONDON, central eagle in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. Formed in 1971 It amalgamated into The Royal Mercian and Lancastrian Yeomanry in 1992. KK2305: Early 1990-1992 Condition: Pristine
The Queens Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the Scottish Crest over sprays of thistles and St. Edwards crown. KK2314: Post 1956 Condition: GC
The Queens Own Royal Staffordshire Yeomanry (Hussars) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. KK1413: Circa 1916-1951 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Queens Own Warwickshire and Worcestershire Yeomanry RAC (TA) A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with two lugs to reverse, the wreath of pear-blossom in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK2306: Circa early 1970s Condition: Pristine
The Queens Own Warwickshire and Worcestershire Yeomanry RAC (TA) A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with two lugs to reverse, the wreath of pear-blossom in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK2306: Circa early 1970s Condition: VGC
The Queens Own West Kent Yeomanry A scarce other ranks die stamped white-metal cap badge of the white horse of Kent on an INVICTA scroll with brass slider to reverse. KK1459: Circa 1910-1920 Condition: GC
The Queens Own West Kent Yeomanry (Hussars) A facing pair of di-struck bi-metal collar badges with two loops to reverse of each. White horse of Kent in white-metal INVICTA scroll in gilding-metal. As KK1459 Condition: GC
The Queens Own Yeomanry A other ranks bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse scroll in white-metal the running fox ingilding-metal KK2293: Circa 1972 Condition: VGC
The Queens Own Yeomanry A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM, running fox in gold-anodised scroll in silver-anodised. KK2293: Post 1973 Condition: Good to VGC
The Queens Own Yorkshire (Yeomanry) Dragoons A other ranks die-stamped blackened-brass example with brass slider to reverse KK1420: Pre 1951 Condition: GC
The Queens Own Yorkshire (Yeomanry) Dragoons A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge of the Yorkshire Rose below the Imperial Crown with brass slider to reverse KK1420: Pre 1951 Condition: VGC
The Queens Own Yorkshire Dragoons A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge of the Yorkshire Rose below the Imperial Crown with brass slider to reverse KK2296: Post 1951 Condition: VGC
The Queens Own Yorkshire Yeomanry A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON KK2295: Circa 1957 - 1960 Condition: VGC
The Queens Regiment A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM, dragon, feathers and coronet in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2038: Post 1966-1992 Condition: Pristine
The Queens Regiment A Dragoon with the Prince of Wales coronet and plumes in white-metal remainder in brass coloured-metal with two lugs to reverse. As KK2038 Condition: VGC
The Queens Royal Hussars A die-cast two piece example with the Irish Harp and Royal Crest in gilding-metal, bright gilt and monogram in silver plate, the scroll at base is in blue acrylic. A slider to reverse inscribed with makers name LONDON BADGE & BUTTON Co Ltd KK2721(2): Post 1994 Condition: Pristine
The Queens Royal Irish Hussars A other ranks die-cast bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse Harp and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1899: Pre 1993 Condition: VGC
The Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON, a cross based on the Order of Bath with a circlet inscribed Rifle Brigade. KK2019 Circa 1927-1956 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, a cross based on the Order of Bath with a circlet inscribed Rifle Brigade. KK2019 Circa 1927-1956 Condition: GC
The Rifle Brigade (Prince Consorts Own) A other ranks die-cast white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK705: Pre 1927 Condition: Slider in need of repair GC
The Rifle Brigade (Prince Consorts Own) A scarce short lived other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with a Guelphic crown above the Waterloo tablet. KK2020: Circa 1956-1958 Condition: GC
The Rifles A die-cast silver-plated cap badge with two silvered lugs to reverse. Condition: VGC
The Rifles A all ranks badge in silver plate with two silvered loops to reverse and makers mark F&S. The Regiment was formed in 2007 from Light Infantry, Green Jackets and Wessex Brigade successors. Post: 2007 Condition: GC
The Royal Anglian Regiment A other ranks two piece anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM star in silver anodised remainder in gold anodised. KK2042: Circa 1954-1970 Condition: Pristine
The Royal Armoured Corps A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1919: Circa 1942-1954 Condition: GC
The Royal Artillery A other ranks two-piece die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, this version has a revolving wheel. KK808: Pre 1952 Condition: GC
The Royal Artillery A printed shoulder title this example with red serifs onto dark navy-blue back. Condition: Removed from uniform GC...
The Royal Artillery The small version of the other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1936: Circa 1947-1954 Condition: GC
The Royal Artillery A facing pair of gilding-metal collar badges with 2 loops to reverse of each. Condition: GC
The Royal Berkshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK667: Circa 1896-1958 Condition: Good to VGC.
The Royal Berkshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and red metal backing. KK667: Circa 1896-1958 Condition: GC.
The Royal Berkshire Regiment (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) A White on Red embroidered shoulder title with backing to reverse. Condition: VGC
The Royal Berkshire Regiment (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) A Battle-dress slip on title black on khaki Royal Berks shoulder title. Condition: Missing tape Loops at reverse GC
The Royal Berkshire Regiment (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) A facing pair of other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each. Churchill 1340: Pre 1959 Condition: VGC
The Royal Berkshire Regiment (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The Regiment was nicknamed 'The Biscuit Boys' KK667: Circa 1896-1958 Condition: VGC.
The Royal Berkshire Regiment (Princess Charlotte of Wales) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal right facing collar badges with two lugs to reverse. Churchill 1340: Pre 1959 Condition:Good to VGC
The Royal Buckinghamshire Hussars A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON, to centre of circlet a swan with a coronet round its neck. KK1441: Pre 1952 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Royal Corps of Signals A other ranks embroidered white on dark-blue shoulder title removed from uniform. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
The Royal Devon Yeomanry A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. A circlet inscribed Royal Devon Yeomanry R F A and in the centre the crest of Lord Rolle. KK1454: Post 1920 Condition: Good to VGC
The Royal Dublin Fusiliers (Edwardian) A scarce Edwardian other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with five brazing holes and three toned loops to reverse, flaming grenade in gilding metal remainder in white-metal. KK702: Circa 1902-1910 Condition: Good to VGC
The Royal East Kent Yeomanry (The Duke of Connaught's Own Mounted Rifles) A scarce other ranks die-struck bronzed-brass example with brass slider to reverse. The Invicta horse on scroll in the centre of a Garter and Imperial crown above. KK1438 Condition: VGC
The Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. As KK2127: Circa 1942-1949 Condition: GC
The Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. As KK2127: Circa 1942-1949 Condition: GC
The Royal First Devonshire Yeomanry A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse As KK1453: Circa 1910-1920 Condition: GC
The Royal First Devonshire Yeomanry (Hussars) A die-stamped cap badge of the Royal Crest in white-metal with two loops to reverse. The regiment was first raised in 1794, it participated in the Second Boer War and World War I, in 1920 it amalgamated with the Royal North Devon Yeomanry to form the Royal Devon Yeomanry. KK1453: Circa 1902-1920 Condition: GC
The Royal First Devonshire Yeomanry (Hussars) A die-struck cap badge of the Royal Crest in bronze with two loops to reverse. The regiment was first raised in 1794, it participated in the Second Boer War and World War I, in 1920 it amalgamated with the Royal North Devon Yeomanry to form the Royal Devon Yeomanry. KK1453: Circa 1902-1920 Condition: Good to VGC
The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) A pair of other ranks collar badges die-struck in gilding-metal with Tudor Crown and two lugs to reverse of each. Churchill 187: Pre 1914 Condition: VGC
The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)(Collar) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge with two loops to reverse. Churchill 187: Post 1882 Condition: VGC
The Royal Fusiliers (City of London) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK597: Circa 1902-1955 Condition: GC
The Royal Fusiliers (City of London) A Officers die-struck bronzed badge with bronze blade to the reverse. (KK597) Circa: 1902-1955 Condition: One blade missing GC
The Royal Fusiliers (City of London) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK597: Circa 1902-1955 Condition: GC
The Royal Fusiliers (City of London) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK597: Circa 1902-1955 Condition: GC
The Royal Fusiliers (City of London) A WW I title for the battle-dress black embroidered serifs on khaki shoulder strap with loop to reverse. Circa WW1 Condition: GC..
The Royal Gloucestershire (Yeomanry) Hussar A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse with makers name inscribed J.R.GAUNT LONDON. The Regiment was first raised in 1795 following William Pitt's 1794 order to raise volunteer bodies of men to defend Great Britain KK1447: Post 1920s Condition: GC
The Royal Gloucestershire (Yeomanry) Hussars A matching pair of other ranks gilding-metal collar badges with two loops to reverse of each. The Regiment was first raised in 1795 following William Pitt's 1794 order to raise volunteer bodies of men to defend Great Britain. As KK1447: Post 1920s Condition: VGC
The Royal Gloucestershire (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The Regiment was first raised in 1795 following William Pitt's 1794 order to raise volunteer bodies of men to defend Great Britain KK1447: Post 1920s Condition: Good to VGC
The Royal Gloucestershire (Yeomanry) Hussars A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON.. The Regiment was first raised in 1795 following William Pitt's 1794 order to raise volunteer bodies of men to defend Great Britain KK1447: Post 1920s Condition: Good to VGC
The Royal Gloucestershire (Yeomanry) Hussars A matching pair of other ranks gilding-metal collar badges with two loops to reverse of each. The Regiment was first raised in 1795 following William Pitt's 1794 order to raise volunteer bodies of men to defend Great Britain. As KK1447: Post 1920s Condition: VGC
The Royal Gloucestershire Hussar (RAC) (TA) A other ranks gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON As KK1447: Circa 1960s Condition: Pristine
The Royal Gloucestershire Hussars (Imperial Yeomanry) A scarce other ranks die stamped badge in gilding-metal with two toned loops to reverse. The crest of The Duke of Beaufort with the letters I on left and Y to right of the portcullis. KK1338: Circa 1902-1908 Condition: Good to VGC
The Royal Grammar School Lancaster A die-stamped bronzed badge with two loops to reverse the Rose of Lancaster to centre of laurel-wreath, this example worn by the C.C.F. KK2655(2) Pre 1952 Condition: Good to VGC
The Royal Green Jackets A other ranks blackened anodised shoulder title with two lugs to reverse. Westlake 1467: Post 1966 Condition: GC
The Royal Green Jackets A Officers die-struck silvered example with two silvered lugs to reverse. As KK2053: Post 1966 Condition: VGC
The Royal Green Jackets A other ranks silver-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM KK2053: Post 1970 Condition: GC
The Royal Hampshire Regiment A short lived other ranks die stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and three brazing holes to reverse of scroll. KK1997: Circa 1949-1952 Condition: GC
The Royal Hampshire Regiment A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name DOWLER BIRMINGHAM, title scroll and rose in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK1998: Post 1971-1992 Condition:Pristine
The Royal Hampshire Regiment A Officers die-cast bronze cap badge with home made replacement blades to reverse. Post 1946 Condition: Badge VGC
The Royal Hampshire Regiment A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM, title scroll and rose in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK1998: Post 1971-1992 Condition: GC
The Royal Highland Fusiliers (Princess Margaret's Own Glasgow and Ayrshire Regiment) A other ranks silverand gold anodised badge with two long flat lugs to reverse, crown and monogram in silver anodised remainder in gold-anodised. Circa Mid 1990s Condition VGC
The Royal Highland Fusiliers (Princess Margaret's Own Glasgow and Ayrshire Regiment) A other ranks silver and gold anodised badge with two long flat lugs to reverse, crown and monogram in silver anodised remainder in gold-anodised. Circa Mid 1990s Condition: VGC
The Royal Hussars (The Prince of Wale's Own) A other ranks gold and silver anodised badge with short slider to reverse, The coronet and scroll in gold-anodise remainder in silver-anodise. KK1903: Late 1970s Condition: GC
The Royal Hussars (The Prince of Wales's Own) A other ranks gold and silver anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name DOWLER. BIRMINGHAM, The coronet and scroll in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. The regiment was amalgamated with the 14th/20th King's Hussars in 1992 to form The King's Royal Hussars KK1903: Late 1970s-1992 Condition: VGC
The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, grenade in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal flag to right. KK632: Circa 1921-1967 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, grenade in gilding-metal castle applied in white-metal. KK632: Circa 1921-1967 Condition: GC
The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers A scarce 1st pattern other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, grenade in gilding-metal castle and scroll in white-metal, flag flying to left. KK632: Circa 1921 Condition: GC
The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers A scarce 1st pattern other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with flag flying to left and brass slider with brazing hole to reverse, grenade in gilding-metal castle and scroll in white-metal. KK632: Pre 1921 Condition: GC
The Royal Irish Fusiliers A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badge left facing with two lugs to reverse. Churchhill 1769: Circa 1882-1888 Condition: GC
The Royal Irish Fusiliers A matching pair of other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badges left and right facing with two lugs to reverse of each. Post 1882 Condition: VGC
The Royal Lincolnshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with slider and three brazing holes to gilding-metal scroll remainder in white-metal. KK1978: Circa 1948-1965 Condition: Good to VGC
The Royal Lincolnshire Regiment (Collar) A other ranks die-struck white-metal collar badge of a male Sphinx with two loops to reverse. Churchill 314: Pre 1948 Condition: GC
The Royal Mercian & Lancastrian Yeomanry A very attractive badge of an enamel red Rose of Lancaster with green enamel petals, the Saxon crown and coronet in dead gilt with a double headed eagle in burnished silver. The slider to reverse inscribed with makers name LONDON BADGE AND BUTTON CO Ltd. KK2732: Post 1994 Condition: Pristine
The Royal Munster Fusiliers A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse, tiger and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK701: Circa 1896-1922 Condition: VGC
The Royal Munster Fusiliers A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and two brazing holes to reverse, tiger and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK701: Circa 1896-1922 Condition: Good to VGC
The Royal Munster Fusiliers A scarce other ranks two-piece 2nd version brass shoulder title with lugs to reverse, the flaming grenade above the initials RMF. Westlake 1424: Circa 1903-1918
The Royal Norfolk Regiment A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge of Britannia with a brass slider to reverse. KK1976: Post 1937 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Royal Norfolk Regiment A Black on Yellow felt embroidered shoulder title which has been removed from uniform. Circa 1950-1959 Condition: GC
The Royal Norfolk Regiment A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge of Britannia with two lugs to reverse. KK1976: Post 1937 Condition: Home made lugs GC
The Royal Norfolk Regiment A facing pair of die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse of both. Pre 1937 Condition: GC
The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers A scarce WWII light-bronze plastic economy badge with two brass blades to reverse. KK2212: Circa 1943 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers A matching pair of first pattern other ranks die-stuck gilding-metal collar badges left and right facing with two lugs to reverse of each. On St George’s Day in 1836 the regiment was granted the honour of the ‘fusiliers’ title. From then its badge was a flaming grenade, with St George in its centre. Churchill 124:: Circa 1895-1939 Condition: VGC
The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers The first title to be issued to other ranks was this brass example in two pieces the NF with a separate grenade above both with two fixings to reverse. Westlake: 759: Pre 1910 Condition: GC
The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers 14th, 17th, 18th & 19th Service Bn (TynesidePioneers) A scarce bronzed-brass collar badge with two lugs to reverse of the universal crossed rifle and pick collar badge. Churchill 147: Circa 1915-1921 Condition: GC
The Royal Observer Corps A nice die-struck chrome/white-metal badge with two lugs to reverse, forewarned is forearmed on scroll. Pre 1996 Condition: Pristine
The Royal Regiment of Artillery (WW2 Economy) A chocolate-brown Bakelite badge with brass strip and the makers name A.STANLEY & SONS WALSALL KK2203: Condition: VGC
The Royal Regiment of Artillery (WWll Economy) A chocolate-brown Bakelite badge with makers name A.STANLEY & SONS WALSALL and brass blades to reverse. KK2203: WWII Condition: Pristine
The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers A two piece die-struck badge in silver and gold effect metal with 2 long lugs to reverse and mounting point for plume. As KK2027 Condition: Pristine
The Royal Regiment of Gloucestershire and Hampshire A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON LTD crown and rose in gold-anodised remainder in white-anodised. Circa 1970s Condition: Pristine
The Royal Regiment of Scotland A large 60mm x 43mm five piece die-cast bi-metal badge in Silver, Gilt and Chrome with seven lugs to reverse, complete with large brass back plate and pins. The Lion and separate Scottish Crown in Gilt , scrolls in silver-plate and large St.Andrews cross in chrome. KK2733 Condition: Pristine
The Royal Regiment of Wales (24th/41st Foot) A other ranks Gold and Silver anodised badge with two lugs to reverse. Circa Mid 1990s Condition: Pristine
The Royal Regiment of Wales (24th/41st Foot) A other ranks Gold and Silver anodised badge with two loops to reverse. Circa Mid 1990s Condition: Pristine
The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metalbadge with two long replacement loops to reverse, title scroll and St Andrew with Cross in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK589 Condition: GC
The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with lugs to reverse and red cloth backing, star in white-metal St. Andrew scroll and cross in gilding-metal. KK589 Condition: GC
The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) A scarce 2nd pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal HPC with The Star of the Order of the Thistle and St. Andrew with Cross to centre and THE ROYAL SCOTS on circlet. KK291: 1882-1889 Condition: GC loops as found
The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) HPC A scarce 3rd pattern other ranks die-stamped bi-metal HPC with the Star of the Order of the Thistle in white-metal and St.Andrew with Cross in gilding-metal and two toned loops to reverse. KK292: Circa 1889-1914 Condition: GC
The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with two lugs to reverse and red cloth backing, star in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK589 Condition: GC
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards A other ranks die-cast bi-metal example with brass slider to reverse, eagle in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK1890: Post 1971 Condition: GC
The Royal Sussex Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and four brazing holes, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK646: Cica 1898-1954 Condition: GC
The Royal Sussex Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and four brazing holes, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK646: Cica 1898-1954 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Royal Sussex Regiment 5th (Cinque Ports) Battalion A scarce die-cast badge in bronze with two lugs and makers name plate inscribed J.R.GAUNT LONDON KK1728: Circa 1920-1947 Condition: VGC
The Royal Sussex Regiment 5th (Cinque Ports) Battalion A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. The Roussilion plume behind a Maltese cross with a shield to centre bearing the arms of the Cinque Ports KK1728: Circa 1908-1947 Condition: Good to VGC
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment A facing pair of large Officers die-struck bronzed collar badges with two lugs to reverse. the loose linked chain dates this version to pre 1934. Churchill 175/176: Pre 1934 Condition: VGC
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK594: Circa 1896-1963 Condition: GC
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK594: Circa 1896-1963 Condition: GC
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment A white on red embroidered shoulder title that has been removed from a uniform. Condition: GC Removed from uniform
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK594: Circa 1896-1963 Condition: GC
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment A scarce Victorian facing pair of other ranks die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with two brass lugs to reverse of each. The sitting bear (seajant) was not popular and was replaced by the regiment in 1890. CC 156/157: Circa 1881-1890 Condition: GC
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal helmet plate centre with four toned loops to reverse. TheThe Antelope in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK296: Circa 1881-1914 Condition: GC
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment (Officer) A right facing Officers die-cast bronze lapel/collar badge with three fixing lugs to reverse. Churchill 175: Post 1934 Condition: GC
The Royal Welch Fusiliers A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with three brazing holes and brass slider to reverse. (KK623) Circa 1920-1962 Condition: GC
The Royal Wiltshire Territorials A very scarce un-issued badge with The Prince of Wales plumes, motto & coronet in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. This badge was made but never issued see Anodised Aluminium reference book by Chris Marsh page 566 KK2395 Condition: GC
The Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry (Prince of Wales's Own) A scarce other ranks die-stamped bi-metal cap badge with brass slider to reverse inscibed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON this design as for the anodised version, crown in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK2284: Circa 1950-1970 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry (Prince of Wales's Own) A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM, ceown in gold anodised remainder in silver anodised. KK2284: Post 1960 Condition: Pristine POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Scots Guards A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two long loops to reverse. KK908 Condition: Good to VGC
The Scottish Horse A other ranks (cast in theater) gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. This is the smaller non-voided example measuring 45mm x 32mm with Scottish Crown above the St Andrew's cross. KK1387: Post 1906 Condition: Theater cast
The Scottish Yeomanry (Officer) A Officers two piece die-cast bi-metal badge in Silver and Gilt with two silvered lugs to reverse and makers name LB & B (London Badge & Button Company) KK2733 Condition: Pristine
The Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, Duke of Albanys) A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with three loops to reverse, scroll inscribed CUIDICH N RICH (KK685) Circa 1898-1964 Condition: VGC
The Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regiment) A scarce 3rd pattern with Imperial Crown other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal HPC with four loops to reverse. KK402: Pre 1914 Condition: GC
The Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regiment) Victorian A scarce Victorian other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal HPC with four brass loops to reverse. KK336: Circa 1881-1901 Condition: GC
The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbtshire Regiment) 7th (Robin Hood) Battalion A scarce other ranks die-struck white-metal example with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON KK1740: Circa 1920-1947 Condition: VGC
The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbtshire Regiment)( Economy) A scarce other ranks blackened silver-grey Bakelite economy badge with brass strip to reverse. KK2243: Circa WW2 Condition: GC
The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. With a voided crown. (KK662) Circa 1903-1955 Condition Report: GC
The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal example with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK662: Post 1902 Condition: GC
The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) A Officers bronze collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Pre 1955 Condition: GC
The Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry (Hussars) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge of a strung bugle-horn with brass slider to reverse. KK1410: Pre 1936 Condition: Good to VGC
The Shropshire Yeomanry A second pattern die-struck gilding-metal badge with 3 Loggerheads (Leopards faces) to a voided centre with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON. KK2308: Pre 1950s Condition: VGC
The Shropshire Yeomanry (Officer) A scarce unusual Officers die-cast Gilt badge with two lugs to reverse. Three Loggerheads (Leopards faces) within the voided centre of a strap. Wilkingson 103 Condition: GC
The Shropshire Yeomanry (Officer) A scarce Officers die-cast bronzed badge with three Loggerheads (Leopards faces) within the voided centre of a strap. Wilkingson 103 Condition: GC missing blades
The Somerset Light Infantry Embroidered yellow serifs onto dark-green shoulder title that has been removed from uniform and stitching still evident. Condition: GC
The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Alberts) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse inscribed with makers name (F. Narborough) F.N B'HAM KK607 Condition: GC
The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Alberts) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK607 Condition: GC
The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Alberts) The smaller example for use with the beret of a other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK1981 Condition: GC
The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Alberts) A other ranks smaller die-struck white-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK1981 Condition: GC
The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Alberts) (Officer) A scarce Officers solid silver badge with two silver lugs to reverse and a hallmark to reverse of scroll and also a markers mark LIM. KK607: HallMarked Birmingham 1985 Condition: GC
The Somerset Light Infantry(Prince Albert's) A scarce other ranks Indian made die-cast collar with two lugs North and South to reverse. Churchill 415: Circa 1930-1950 Condition: Good to VGC
The South Lancashire Regiment A white on red embroidered shoulder title that has been removed from a uniform. Condition: GC Removed from uniform
The South Lancashire regiment A Officers die-cast bronzed service dress badge with two lugs to reverse, tri-part scroll inscribed PRINCE OF WALES'S VOLS. Churchill 1125 Condition: VGC
The South Nottinghamshire (Yeomanry) Hussars A 1st pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge of a slip of oak and acorn, with a brass slider to reverse. KK1432: Circa 1908-1922 Condition: GC
The South Staffordshire Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK649: Circa 1902-1955 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The South Wales Borderers A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with an unbroken wreath of Immortelles in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal with brass slider to reverse. KK625: Circa 1896-1964 Condition: VGC
The South Wales Borderers A Officers die-cast bronzed O.S.D collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Churchill: 670: Pre 1955 Condition: VGC
The South Wales Borderers The Brecknockshire Battalion A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, a Welsh Dragoon above a scroll inscribed BRECKNOCKSHIRE. KK1717: Pre 1922 Condition: Good to VGC
The Staffordshire Regiment A small green rectangle with embroidered olive green border and black and olive knot to centre. Condition: VGC
The Suffolk and Cambridgeshire Regiment (TA) A other ranks anodised badge with crown, shield and scroll in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised, slider to reverse inscribed with makers name FIRMIN LONDON Post Mid 1960s Condition: Pristine
The Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON castle in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK2326: Circa 1961-1970 Condition: Pristine
The Suffolk Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and three brazing holes, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK605 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Suffolk Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll applied in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK605 Condition: VGC
The Suffolk Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and three brazing holes, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK605 Condition: GC Slight verdigris
The Suffolk Regiment A scarce 1st pattern Victorian other ranks die-stamped gilding metal HPC with four brass loops to reverse. KK301: 1881-1901 Condition: VGC
The Suffolk Regiment A scarce 2nd pattern bi-metal badge with three brazing holes and slider to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. The twin towers example was very short lived as the castle was redesigned in 1901 and issued shortly after. KK604: Circa 1901-1902 Condition: GC
The Suffolk Regiment (Victorian) A scarce Victorian other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with three brazing holes and two toned loops to reverse, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK603: 1898-1901 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Suffolk Regiment 4th, 5th & 6th Battalion A scarce other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and three brazing holes, scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal.m KK1710: Post 1908 Condition: VGC
The Surrey Yeomanry (Queen Mary's Own) A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the cypher of Queen Mary with St. Edwards crown above. KK2340: Circa 1952-1958 Condition: VGC
The Sussex Yeomanry A scarce short lived other ranks gold-anodised badge with Imperial Crown and slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON As KK1480: Circa 1952-1954 Condition: VGC
The Sussex Yeomanry (Dragoons) A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two lugs to reverse. A shield with the six martlets which portray the six cinque ports of Sussex, this is the smaller of the scrolled variations. KK1479: Circa Pre 1922 Condition: VGC
The Sussex Yeomanry (Dragoons) A scarce other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge. A shield with the six martlets which portray the six cinque ports of Sussex, this is the smaller of the scrolled variations. KK1479: Circa Pre 1922 Condition: GC missing slider
The Sussex Yeomanry (Dragoons) A scarce other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse. A shield with the six martlets which portray the six cinque ports of Sussex, this is the smaller of the scrolled variations. KK1479: Circa Pre 1922 Condition: VGC
The Ulster Defence Regiment A other ranks gold-anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM Post 1993 Condition: Pristine
The Welch Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with the scroll and coronet in gilding-metal and remainder in white-metal, brass slider to reverse and single brazing hole to reverse of coronet. KK653: Post 1920 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Welch Regiment A other ranks die-stramped bi-metal badge with the scroll and coronet in gilding-metal and remainder in white-metal, three brazing holes to reverse and brass slider. KK653: Post 1920 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Welsh Brigade A other ranks silver-anodised badge with two lugs to reverse and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON KK2034: Circa Late 1950s - 1970 Condition: GC
The Welsh Brigade A other ranks silver-anodised badge with two lugs to reverse and makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM KK2034: Post 1970 Condition: Pristine
The Welsh Guards A other ranks Forage-cap badge of a Welsh Leek in gilding-metal with a brass slider to the reverse. The Welsh Guards are the youngest of the brigade of Guards only being formed on 26th February 1915. KK920 Circa: Post 1915 Condition: GC
The Welsh Regiment A 1st pattern other ranks die-stamped bi-metal HPC this example with spelling NA CHYWILYDD on scroll. Prince of Wales's plumes and motto in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal with four loops to reverse. KK332: Circa 1881-1914 Condition: Good to VGC
The Welsh Regiment A first pattern other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll and coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK653: 1902-1922 Condition: GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The Welsh Regiment A other ranks die-struck white-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Churchill1136: Post 1909 Condition: VGC
The Wessex Brigade A other ranks gold anodised badge of the Wessex Wyvern on a plinth and a slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM KK2030: Circa Late 1950s Condition: Pristine
The West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wale's Own) A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the white horse of Hanover in white-metal with the West Yorkshire scroll in gilding-metal. In 1958 the regiment was amalgamated with the East Yorkshire Regiment (15th Foot) to form the Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Yorkshire. KK608: Circa 1896-1954 Condition: GC
The West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wale's Own) A Officers die-cast two-piece badge with two lugs to reverse and makers mark J.R.GAUNT LONDON, scroll in gilt remainder in silver-plate. As KK608 Condition: Good to VGC...
The West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wale's Own) A matching pair of other ranks die-struck bi-metal collar badges with the coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal and a single brazing hole and central lug to reverse of each. CC453: Circa 1921-1958 Condition: Good to VGC
The West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wale's Own) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with shortened brass slider to reverse, the white horse of Hanover in white-metal with the West Yorkshire scroll in gilding-metal. In 1958 the regiment was amalgamated with the East Yorkshire Regiment (15th Foot) to form the Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Yorkshire. KK608: Circa 1896-1954 Condition: GC
The West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales's Own) 7th & 8th Bn (Leeds Rifles) A other ranks die-struck blackened-brass example with blackened-brass slider to reverse. As KK2360: Pre 1947 Condition: Good to VGC
The West Yorkshire Regtiment (Prince of Wale's Own) A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the white horse of Hanover in white-metal with West Yorkshire scroll in gilding-metal. KK608: Circa 1896-1954 Condition: GC
The Westminster Dragoons (2nd Count of London Yeomanry) A scarce heavy die-struck chrome-plated example with two chromed lugs to reverse. KK2282: Post 1929 Condition: GC
The Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry (Hussars) A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. The unit was Originally raised in 1819 as a volunteer force in Penrith by Colonel Hugh Cecil Lowther Earl of Lonsdale KK1435: Circa 1908-1952 Condition: Good to VGC
The Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry (Hussars) A other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge. The unit was Originally raised in 1819 as a volunteer force in Penrith by Colonel Hugh Cecil Lowther Earl of Lonsdale KK1435: Circa 1908-1952 Condition: GC Lugs missing
The Wiltshire Regiment (Duke of Edinburgh's) A pair of die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse, with the letters AEA standing for Alfred Ernest Albert. Churchill 1501/2: Pre 1954 Condition: GC
The Worcestershire & Sherwood Foresters Regt (29th/45th Foot) A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM The Maltese Cross in gold-anodised remainder in silver-anodised. KK2048: Post 1970s Condition: VGC
The Worcestershire & Sherwood Foresters Regt (29th/45th Foot) A Officers two piece die-cast gilt and silver-plated badge with blue enamel centre and two long lugs to reverse. Star and Stag in silver-plate, Maltese Cross in gilt. As KK2048: Post 1970s Condition: GC
The Worcestershire Regiment A other-ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with 4 brazing holes and brass slider to reverse. Garter in gilding-metal the remainder in white-metal. KK1991: Circa 1923-1970 Condition Report: GC
The Worcestershire Regiment A other-ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, an applied Garter in gilding-metal the remainder in white-metal. KK1991 Condition Report: GC
The Worcestershire Regiment A scarce facing pair of die-struck gilding-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each. Churchill 806: Circa 1899-1923 Condition: GC
The Worcestershire Regiment A other-ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with 4 brazing holes and brass slider to reverse. Garter in gilding-metal the remainder in white-metal. KK1991: Condition Report: GC
The Worcestershire Regiment A first pattern other ranks die-struck gilding-metal example with brass slider to reverse. KK636: Circa 1898-1926 Condition: GC
The Worcestershire Regiment A 3rd pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal Helmet Plate Centre with 4 loops to reverse. A redesigned centre from the first two variations now with star elongated and the addition of a lion to centre the motto FIRM remains at the bottom of circlet. KK319: Post 1890 Condition: GC
The Worcestershire Regiment A first pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. KK636: Pre 1926 Condition: GC
The Worcestershire Regiment A Edwardian die-struck gilding-metal badge with two long lugs to reverse. As KK636: Circa 1901-1910 Condition: GC
The Worcestershire Regiment A scarce 2nd pattern other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal Helmet Plate Centre. A redesigned castle with one turret on a eight pointed star with one point at top and the motto FIRM a bottom of circlet. KK318: Circa 1885-1890 Condition: GC loops missing
The Worcestershire Regiment (Officer) A three piece Officers gilt and silver-plated badge made by J.R.GAUNT LONDON, garter in gilt remainder in silver-plate. KK1991: Circa 1923-1970 Condition: GC (gilt worn)
The York & Lancaster Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse, rose and coronet in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK679: Circa 1897-1963 Condition: GC
The York & Lancaster Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse, rose and coronet in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK679: Circa 1897-1963 Condition: VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
The York & Lancaster Regiment A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing hole to reverse, rose and coronet in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK679: Circa 1897-1963 Condition: GC
The York & Lancaster Regiment A other ranks die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider and brazing holes to reverse, rose and coronet in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK679: Circa 1897-1963 Condition: Good to VGC
The York & Lancaster Regiment (Economy) A other ranks chocolate-brown Bakelite economy badge of The Royal Tiger and Union Rose with brass strip and makers name A.STANLEY & SONS WALSALL to reverse. KK2255: Circa 1943 condition: VGC
The York & Lancaster Regiment (Victorian/Edwardian) A other ranks Victorian/Edwardian die-stamped bi-metal badge with two loops and brazing hole to reverse, rose and coronet in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. KK679: Circa 1897-1910 Condition: GC
The York and Lancaster Regiment A die-struck Officers collar badge of The Royal Tiger 'passant' and Union Rose standing on ground with pin fitting to reverse, the centre of rose in silver remainder in gilt. Circa 1896-1914 Condition: GC Pin missing
The Yorkshire Brigade A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers nmae J.R.GAUNT B'HAM the White Rose of York in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2032: Circa 1970s Condition: Pristine
The Yorkshire Regiment (14th/15th, 19th and 33rd/76th Foot) A die-cast two piece badge with the white Yorkshire rose in silver/chrome metal and remainder of badge in bronze with slider to reverse. Post 2006 Condition: VGC
Transport Training Centre Royal Engineers/AER A scarce printed diamond in red with dark blue border and to centre in black a section of railway line. Condition: Removed from uniform GC
University of London OTC A Officer training corps badge die-stamped in gilding-metal with brass slider to reverse. KK2465: Post 1950 Condition: Good to VGC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Volunteer Battalion Border Regiment (Collar) A other ranks die-stamped white-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse. Churchill 957: Post 1887 Condition: Verdigi GC
War Department Fleet (RASC) An embroidered red, white and blue Union flag in top corner with crossed white swords bottom corner with yellow hilts and handle with black markings on felt. The War Department Fleet was a Royal Army Service Corps organization comprising Water Transport Companies, Boat Stores Depots Motor Boat Companies. The Motor Boat were divided into Harbour, Ambulance and Fast Launch, Oil Barge, Coaster, Floating Workshops and Fire Boat. Elements of the Fleet saw action in Iceland, Spitzbergen, West and North Africa, Middle East, Far East and North West Europe. Condition: GC
Wellingborough School (Northants) A scarce die-stamped bronzed badge with bronzed-brass slider to reverse. blank scrolls above and below the castle of Gibraltar. KK2704(3) Condition: GC
Welsh Guards A other ranks Forage-cap badge of a Welsh Leek in gilding-metal with a brass slider to the reverse. The Welsh Guards were formed on 26th February 1915. KK920 Circa: Post 1915 Condition: Polished GC
West Lancashire District A printed WWII formation flash in red, green and yellow, the acorn of Cheshire above the red Lancashire rose and a yellow Staffordshire knot below outlined in black, used until 1944 when formation was disbanded. Condition: GC
West Riding District A WWll printed diamond yellow around outside with yellow (golden) fleece with black markings and black inner border around green background. This design was taken from the Arms of the City of Leeds the district being part of the Northern Command. Condition: VGC
West Scotland District A embroidery onto felt of a yellow Lion outlined in black with white saltire on red felt background. Condition: GC
Western Command A black felt square with embroidered red rose with black centre on a red rimmed wheel with 4 yellow spokes. Condition: GC
Westminster Dragoons (2nd County of London Yeomanry) A other ranks die-struck white-metal example of the Arms of The City of Westminster with two loops to reverse. KK2282: Post 1929 Condition: GC
Westminster Dragoons (2nd County of London Yeomanry) A Officers silver-plated cap badge of the Arms of The City of Westminster with two lugs to reverse. KK2282: Circa 1929-1961 Condition: VGC
Westminster Dragoons (2nd County of London Yeomanry) A other ranks die-struck white-metal example with two lugs to reverse. KK2282: Post 1929 Condition: GC
Westminster School (O,T,C) A scarce shoulder title in brass with four fixing loops to reverse. Westlake 1799
Whitgift Grammar School O.T.C. A very scarce brass shoulder title to Whitgift School O.T.C with four loops to reverse. Westlake 1801 Condition; GC POSTAL DISCOUNT IF PURCHASED BY BANK TRANSFER
Winchester College A die-stamped bronzed example of the Hampshire Rose within the laurel-wreath with Winchester scroll beneath, two loops to reverse. KK2714 Condition: GC
Women's Royal Army Corps A other ranks anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON lioness in silver anodised remainder in gold anodised. KK2190: Condition: GC
Womens Royal Army Corps A silver and gold anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R.GAUNT B'HAM Lion in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised. KK2190 Condition: GC
Womens Royal Army Corps (Officer) A pair of die-cast Officers gilt collar badges with two lugs and makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON to reverse. Pre 1952 Condition: VGC
Worksop College Nottinghamshire OTC A die-struck bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse scroll in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal. KK2718 Condition: GC