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" Yorkshire " Four infantry cap badges worn by Yorkshire Infantry Regiments all with slider fittings to the revers. East Yorkshire,West Yorkshire,York & Lancaster Regiment and the Yorkshire Regiment [ Alexandra's Princess of Wales's Own ]
6th.Dragoons.[Inniskilling] Brass shoulder title,Inniskilling.
Canadian Militia- Haldimand Rifles. King's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 37 " within the strings of a bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Royal Canadian Militia Haldimand " on a crowned maltese cross.
Home Guard- Gloucestershire WW II printed shoulder designation, " Home Guard / GLS / 3 ". Worn by the 3rd. [Cirencester ] Battalion Gloucestershire Home Guard commanded by Lt.Col. B.W.Robinson MC.
Northern London Polytechnic - Volunteer Training Corps. Rare WW I king's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The "VTC " monogram and "1914" date backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above the title scroll.
Northumberland Fusiliers. Officers sil / gilt cap badge with small slider fitting to the reverse. St. George to the centre of a circlet bearing the title upon the ball of a fused grenade.
\" Infantry \" Five infantry badges all with slider fittings to the reverse. Leicestershire Regiment, Rifle Brigade, East Surrey Regiment, Northamptonshire Regiment, and Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment.
\" Lancashire \" Four bi / metal Infantry cap badges with slider fittings to the reverse. Lancashire Fusiliers, East Lancashire Regiment, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment and Manchester Regiment.
\" O \" Force- Jordan. Scarce printed example of the white swan with outspread wings on a yellow and green background.
1 Corps. WW II printed example of the white spearhead on a red diamond. 1 Corps landed in Normandy on the 6th. June 1944 and fought through France Belgium and Holland.
1 st. Oxfordshire [ Oxford University ] Rifle Volunteers. Scarce late 1800's silver [ not marked ] single collar badge. A strung bugle horn surmounted by the Prince of Wales's plumes.
100th. Regiment of Foot. Scarce brass P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 100 " to the voided centre of a strap bearing the title, " Prince of Wales's " surmounted by the Prince of Wales's plumes. { After 1881 became " The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment { Royal Canadians }
100th. Regiment of Foot. { Prince of Wales\'s Royal Canadian regiment } Superb quality officers silver and gilt 1869-1878 pattern shako plate with two loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes and the number " 100 " to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a crowned wreath of laurel. { Became " The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment { Royal Canadians } after 1881 }
101st. [Bihar & Orissa ] Lines of Communication Area. Printed WW II example of the red Unicorn on a yellow circle. This L of C. Area was based in Jhansi.
105 { Madras } Lines of Communication. WW II printed example of the yellow phoenix rising from the flames on a black square background. { Evidence of press-studs removed from the reverse }
105th. { Madras } Lines of Communication Area. WW II unusual bullion wire embroidered example of the Golden Phoenix rising from the flames on a black background. { Tear to lower edge not affecting the design.}
105th. Regiment of Foot.{ Madras Light Infantry } Pair of victorian other ranks brass collar badges. The number, \" 105 \" to the centre of a curled bugle horn surmounted by the crown. { Became 2nd. Battalion The King\'s Own Light Infantry { South Yorkshire Regiment } after 1881. { Not exact, but close match, one more polished.}
106th. Regiment of Foot.-Bombay Light Infantry [Durham Light Infantry] Superb and rare officers Victorian 1861-1869 gilt shako plate with two loops to the reverse. The number "106" to the centre of a curled bugle horn bearing the title,within a wreath of laurel and palm with battle honour scrolls above and below. All mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
106th. Regiment of Foot./ Durham Light Infantry. Victorian gilt officers 1869-1878 pattern helmet plate with two loops to the reverse. A curled bugle horn bearing \" Bombay Light Infty \" with the number \" 106 \" to the centre on a wreath of laurel and bay carrying battle honours, \" Persia, Reshire, Kooshab and Bushire \" all within a larger crowned wreath of laurel. In 1881 became 2nd. Battalion Durham Light Infantry. { The orb and cross appear to be oversized, and have been extremely well replaced, priced accordingly }
107th. Independent Infantry Brigade. Silk embroidered example of the black square bearing the Red Hand of Ulster on a green shamrock.
107th.Lines of Communication Area. WW II printed example of the black "Gateway to India" in Bombay on a red background.
10th. Armoured Division. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the red {faded to pink} fox's mask on a black circular background. Formed early in the war in the Middle-east mainly from mechanized cavalry and yeomanry units,this Division fought with the Eighth Army at El Alamein and the advance across Libya.
10th. Armoured Division. Printed example of the white rhinoceros within an oval on a black background. [Sign also worn later by 25th.Armoured Brigade ]
10th. Armoured Division. Embroidered example of the white rhinoceros within a white oval on a black background with four press-studs to the reverse. { Same design as worn by the 25th. Armoured Brigade.}
10th. County of London Battalion [ Hackney] Pair of king's crown officers bronze service dress collar badges. The Tower and motto circlet to the centre of a crowned star and laurel wreath above the title scroll. [Not quite an exact match]
10th. County of London Battalion {Hackney} Brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The tower from the Arms of Hackney to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto on a crowned multi-rayed star and laurel wreath above the tri-part title scroll " Tenth London Hackney" {More ground behind the tower pattern}
10th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the diagonal cross in red and blue on a black background. This Division fought in North Africa with the Eighth Army and from there to Ortona in Italy joining the heavy fighting in the Apennine Mountains and the final operations in the Po Valley.
10th. Regiment of Foot { North Lincoln Regt. } Scarce brass other ranks P / T glengarry badge with two brass loops to the reverse. The number \" 10 \" to the centre of a strap bearing the title surmounted by the sphinx.
10th. Royal Hussars. [ Prince of Wales's Own ] Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London [ Correct 11 mm pattern ] The Prince of Wales plumes above the title scroll.
10th. Royal Hussars. { Prince of Wales\'s Own } Bi /metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the title scroll.
10th. Royal Hussars. { Prince of Wales\'s Own } Scarce pair of officers full size service dress collar badges with three loops and makers details for \" J & Co.\" to the reverse. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the title scroll, \" 10th. Royal Hussars.\"
10th. Royal Hussars.[ Princess of Wales's Own ] Officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales plumes above the title scroll " 10th. Royal Hussars "
10th.[ County of London ] Battalion. Scarce brass shoulder title, C / 10 / London. Worn by the Cadet Corps affiliated to the 10th. [County of London ] Battalion London Regiment.
10th.Battalion London Regiment. Brass shoulder title,T / 10 / London,worn by the 10th.[County of London] Battalion.[Hackney]
10th.County of London Battalion-[Hackney] Superb quality officers king's crown sil / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Tower from the Arms of Hackney to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto, upon a crowned multi-rayed star within a wreath of laurel. To the lower edge a tri-part scroll carrying the title, "Tenth Hackney London"
10th.Royal Hussars. [ Prince of Wales's Own.] Victorian other ranks cap badge with three loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes above the title scroll. [See item 21844 for more information ]
10th.Royal Hussars.[Prince of Wales's Own] Scarce white on red embroidered foreign service helmet badge,the Prince of Wales's plumes.[Traces of paper to the reverse]
110th. { Poona } Lines of Communication Area. WW II printed example of the pair of crossed Mahratta swords below a circular shield in black on red square backing with pale tropical material to the reverse.
115th. Independent Infantry Brigade / Royal Berkshire Regiment. Scarce WW II combination sign consisting of the woven example of the black crossed swords on a red shield above a single red infantry arm of service strip above a red inverted triangle all still affixed to a section of battledress material. Worn by the Royal Berkshire Regiment in North-West Europe as part of 21st. Army Group. { Two small moth holes in the red triangle.}
115th. Independent Infantry Brigade. WW II woven example of the two crossed swords on a red shield . This Brigade was part of 21st. Army Group and fought in North-West Europe.
117th. Royal Marine Infantry Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the yellow fouled anchor on a red disc within a yellow eight-pointed star on a khaki backing. Formed from Royal Marine Boat Crews to meet the shortage of Infantry.
11th. { East African } Division. WW II printed example of the head of a rhinoceros in black within a black circle on a red background still affixed to a section of pale tropical khaki uniform. This Division served in 14th. Army and was mainly composed of troops from the King's African Rifles and the Northern Rhodesia Regiment.
11th. Armoured Division. WW II un-cut facing pair of stencil painted examples of the black charging bull on a pale-yellow background. As part of 21st. Army Group this Division landed in Normandy and were heavily involved in the fierce fighting all through France, Belgium and Holland right into Germany.
11th. Armoured Division. Uncut pair of heavily woven black charging bulls on a yellow backing. As part of the 21st. Army Group this Division landed in Normandy and were involved in much of the fierce fighting through France Belgium and Holland right on into Germany.
11th. Armoured Division. Pair of woven " Black Bulls " on a yellow backing As part of 21st. Army Group the 11th. Armoured landed in Normandy and were engaged in many of the fierce battles through France Belgium and Holland and into Germany.
11th. County of London Battalion { Finsbury Rifles } King's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross with the Regimental motto to the arms surmounted by the crown and " South Africa " honour tablet.
11th. East African Division / King's African Rifles. Printed example of the black head of a rhinoceros on a red background and an embroidered green- backed Major's crown above the title, " K.A.R. " on a tropical shoulder strap slip-on. This Division fought in the Far-East and was composed of troops from the King's African Rifles and the Northern Rhodesia Regiment. Items were removed from a British officers photo album
11th. Gurkha Rifles. Small pair of cast white metal field service cap or collar badges ? The roman numeral \" XI \" within a pair of crossed kukri\'s. { Approx 2 cms high }
11th. Gurkha Rifles. Brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. The roman numeral \" XI \" between a pair of crossed kukri\'s.
11th. Hussars. [Prince Albert's Own ] King's crown heavy bi / metal " Horse Furniture " with original leather backing to the reverse. A sphinx to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap. [ Leather backing seems to be of the earlier "Guelphic Crown " pattern obviously retained for use.] [Two of the backing blades absent.]
11th. Hussars. { Prince Albert\'s Own } Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Crest and Motto of the House of Saxe-Coburg- Gotha.
11th. Hussars. Prince Albert\'s Own Officers gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. the Crest and Motto of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
11th. Hussars. Prince Albert\'s Own Officers service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Crest and Motto of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
11th. Hussars.[Prince Albert's Own] NCO's silver plated sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The Crest and Motto of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
11th. Hussars.{Prince Albert\'s Own } Pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Crest and Motto of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
11th. Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. { St. George\'s } Victorian white metal two-piece headdress badge with loops to the reverse. St. George surmounted by the separate crown worn by the 11th. Middlesex Rifle Volunteers.
11th.Hussars. [Prince Albert's Own ] Hallmarked silver NCO's sleeve badge with two loops makers details for " JRG & S " and Birmingham hallmarks for 1954 to the reverse. The Crest and Motto of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
12 Corps. WW II stencil painted example of the three trees oak ash and thorn on an oval khaki backing. The design represented the areas in Kent and Surrey where the Corps was formed, becoming very apt when as part of 21st.Army Group fighting in the Bocage in Normandy.
12 Corps. WW II unusual painted example of the three trees, oak ash and thorn in green and white on a black background. The trees represented the home of the Corps in Kent and Surrey, and proving to be very apt when fighting in the \" Bacage Country \" in North West Europe as part of 21st. Army Group.
12 Corps. WW II woven example of the three trees, an Oak,an Ash and a Thorn, within a white oval on a black backing. The trees represented the areas in Kent and Surrey where the Corps originated, and after joining 21st. Army Group in North-West Europe seemed very apt in the Normandy " Bocage " country.
12th. Anti-Aircraft Division. WW II printed example of the black and white " Double-six " domino on a red diamond shaped backing. This Division was responsible for the Anti-Aircraft defence of South-West Scotland and Northern Ireland. { Sign has been stiffened around a piece of Religious card.
12th. Army. Fine quality gold wire embroidered chinthe and the roman numeral " XII " on a padded red / black / red backing.
12th. County of London Battalion { The Rangers } Brass shoulder title, " T / 12 / London."
12th. County of London Battalion {The Rangers} King's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " King's Royal Rifle Corps " on a crowned maltese cross bearing battle honours above the scroll, " The Rangers"
12th. County of London Battalion {The Rangers} Scarce first pattern black-brass ging\'s crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross with the South Africa honour to the top arm and the furled title scroll, \" The Rangers \" below surmounted by the crown and motto tablet, \" Excel \"
12th. Lancers [Prince of Wales's Royal] Victorian cap badge with three loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes above the title scroll, " XII Royal Lancers ".
12th. Lancers Prince of Wales\'s Royal Brass Armoured Car Crewman's sleeve badge with two loops and shaped black cloth backing to the reverse. A Rolls Royce armoured car. Also worn later by the 9th. / 12th.Lancers [Prince of Wales's]
12th. Lancers. { Prince of Wales\'s Royal } Brass Armoured Car crewman's sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. A depiction of a Rolls Royce Armoured car. { Also worn later by the 9th./ 12th. Royal Lancers }
12th. Lancers. { Prince of Wales\'s Royal } King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The crown Prince of Wales's plumes and the roman numeral, " XII " backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances.
12th. Lancers.{ Prince of Wales\'s Royal.} King\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes the roman numeral, \" XII \" and the crown within a pair of crossed cavalry lances.
13 Corps. WW II printed example of the red leaping gazelle on a white circle within a red diamond. This Corps fought in the Western Desert at Tobruk and El Alamein, before landing in Sicily and Italy.
13 th. County of London Battalion [ Kensington] Rare WW I embroidered red on khaki shoulder title, " London / 13 "
13th Infantry Division. Printed example of the black and white horseshoe on a red backing still affixed to a pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on. Raised in Greece in 1945 from British troops of the 4th. Indian Division. { Small hole between the horseshoe and glue stuck to the reverse. }
13th. / 18th. Royal Hussars. King's crown large size foreign service helmet ? sleeve ? pouch ? badge with two loops to the reverse. A crowned "Z" style scroll bearing the Regimental title upon the "QMO" cypher. [Approx 3 cms high.]
13th. Battalion County of London Regiment-Kensington. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Arms of Kensington upon a multi-rayed star.
13th. Hussars. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The roman numeral " XIII " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto within a wreath of laurel that carries the tablet, " Hussars ".
13th. Hussars. Very scarce king\'s crown officers bronze field service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A \" Z \" shaped scroll bearing the title, \" Hussars \" upon the number, \" 13 \" surmounted by the crown.
13th. Hussars. King's crown officers gilt single collar or field service dress cap badge. A crowned " Z - shaped " scroll bearing the title " Hussars " upon the number " 13 " [Gaunt Collection ]
13th. Hussars. Early pattern king's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The roman numeral " XII " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto within a wreath of laurel that carries the " Hussars " tablet. { Tip of crown pushed back slightly.}
13th. Middlesex { Queen\'s } Rifle Volunteer Corps. White metal victorian pouch-belt badge with two screw bolts to the reverse. St. George on a domed circle surmounted by the crown upon a portcullis carrying the scroll, " The Queen's ". { Became 16th. Battalion { Queen's Westminster Rifles } London Regiment in 1908 } { Approx 6 cms high }
13th. Regiment of Foot { Somersetshire } Brass other ranks P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 13 " within the strings of a bugle horn surmounted by a Mural crown and the Regiment's honour " Jellalabad "
13th./ 18th. Royal Hussars. Scarce king\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting and crown strengthening wire to the reverse. The \" QMO \" monogram and the roman numerals \" XIII XVIII \" within a crowned capital letter, \" H \"
13th./ 18th. Royal Hussars. King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting bearing makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A " Z " shaped scroll bearing the title " Royal Hussars " and the roman numerals " XIII " and " XVIII " upon the " QMO " cypher.
13th./ 18th. Royal Hussars. [Queen Mary's Own.] Rare unrecorded ? officers king's crown small gilt field service dress cap badge with slider fitting and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. A crowned " Z " shaped scroll bearing the title, "Royal Hussars " upon the " QMO " cypher. N.B. All other patterns carry the XIII / XVIII roman numerals.
13th.County of London Battalion {Kensington} Brass shoulder title complete with original shaped brass back-plate to the reverse, " T / 13 / London"
13th.County of London Battalion. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 13th.County of London Battalion [Kensington] . The Arms of Kensington upon a multi-rayed star.
13th.County of London Battalion.[Kensington] Embroidered red on grey shoulder title,Kensington. Worn between WW I and WW II .
14 / 20th. Hussars. Chromed sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse worn by NCO's,Sergeants,and Corporals from the 1950's. The Prussian Eagle on a seeded oval with polished rim.
14 / 20th. King's Hussars. Officers gold bullion wire embroidered headdress badge. The Prussian Eagle.
14 / 20th. King's Hussars. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A Prussian Eagle.[Slightly polished to eagle's breast ]
14 / 20th. King\'s Hussars. Scarce officers pattern brass shoulder title, XIV / XXKH.
14 /20th. Kings Hussars. Black on gilt Corporals sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. A black Prussian Eagle to the centre of a seeded oval with raised rim.
148th. Independent Infantry Brigade. WW II silk woven example of the conjoined letters, " NM " in black on a khaki background. This Brigade operated as a Training Centre in South-Eastern Command.
14th / 20th. Hussars. King's crown brass " Small Pattern " cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Royal Crest to the centre of a Garter Strap above the title scroll.
14th / 20th. Hussars. Brass NCO's arm badge with two loops to the reverse. The Prussian Eagle mounted upon an oval backing plate with raised edge. { Well polished example }
14th Army. WW II embroidered and slightly padded example of the red shield bearing a white sword and the roman numeral, \" XIV \" on a black central bar with press-stud fittings and a number stamped to the reverse. The exploits of 14th. Army are legendary, fighting in the Far-East in some of the worst conditions and terrains of the war.
14th County of London Battalion [ London Scottish ] Brass shoulder title, T / 14 / County of London complete with original shaped brass back-plate to the reverse. Worn by the 14th. [ London Scottish ] Battalion County of London Regiment.
14th Hussars.{ King\'s } Extremely scarce gilt and black metal NCO 's arm badge with two loops to the reverse. The Prussian Eagle. Probably only worn in India in the early 1900's. { See " Linaker & Dine- Cavalry Arm Badges " page 115. } { Photographed with to avoid confusion the modern King's Royal Hussars cap badge } { Left side badge }
14th. / 20th. King's Hussars. Pair of gilt officers queen's crown collar badges. The Royal Crest to the centre of a Garter Strap above the title scroll. [Staining to the reverse.]
14th. Army. WW II silver bullion wire embroidered example of the roman numerals " XIV " pierced by a sword on a red and black shield trimmed with silver bullion wire. The exploits of 14th. Army are legendary,fighting in the Far- East in some of the worst conditions and terrains of the war.
14th. Army. Pair of bullion wire embroidered formation signs. the roman numeral " XIV " on a black central bar pierced by a sword within the bullion wire borders of a pink shield. The exploits of the 14th are legendary, fighting in some of the worst conditions and terrain in the Far-East. { This pair is NOT faded appear to have been locally made as this rather than the usual red }
14th. County of London Battalion [London Scottish] Brass shoulder title,T / 14 / London complete with original shaped back-plate. [Slightly stained.]
14th. County of London Regiment [ London Scottish.] White metal glengarry badge with two loops and original Hodden-Grey tartan to the reverse. The Scottish Lion Saltire and title scrolls on a circlet bearing the motto and South Africa honour within a wreath of thistle. [ This is the smaller pattern badge approx. 5.5 x 5.5 cms.] [Loops bent downwards and one moth hole in backing.]
14th. Hussars. King\'s Scarce brass shoulder title, " XIV ". [ Not in Westlake's book ]
14th. Hussars. [ King's ] Early Victorian / Edwardian bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Prussian Eagle above the title on an oval with a roped pattern border.
14th. Hussars. { King\'s } Superb quality victorian officers Torin Cap. Black body with gold wire piping and yellow inset to the crown bearing the gold wire embroidered Prussian Eagle to the left front side. The interior is of soft black leather with brown quilted crown lining bearing gold tooled makers details for " Hawles & Co. Piccadilly London, Helmet Cap Sword & Accoutrement Makers " surmounted by a victorian crown. { Few very small moth nips to the yellow of the crown } { Crown is pale yellow, not white as seen in the picture, camera reaction. }
14th. Hussars. { King\'s } Scarce early pattern NCO's arm badge with two loops to the reverse. The Prussian Eagle on an oval back-plate that has been polished smooth by the original wearer. A common practice within the Regiment. { See Linaker & dine book page 113 }
14th. Hussars.{ King\'s } Pair of king\'s crown brass other ranks collar badges. The Royal Crest to the centre of a Garter Strap above the furled title scroll, \" 14th. King\'s Hussars.\"
14th. Hussars.{ King\'s } Scarce first pattern cast brass shoulder title, \" 14 H \" with two integral lugs to the reverse worn by the Regiment overseas.
14th. Hussars.{ King\'s } Scarce brass officers pattern shoulder title, \" X I V. H \"
14th. Hussars.{ King\'s } Brass king's crown small pattern cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Royal Crest to the centre of a Garter Strap above the furled title scroll, " 14th. King's Hussars."
14th. Hussars.{ King\'s } Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. the Royal Crest to the centre of a Garter Strap above the furled title scroll, \" 14th. King\'s Hussars \"
14th. Indian Infantry Division. Scarce WW II printed example of the large black letter " Q " with a mountain range to the centre on a red background with " Hooks and Eyes " to the reverse. This Division was originally part of the Eastern Army fighting in the Arakan before 14th. Army was formed. The letter " Q " represented Quetta were the Division was formed, overlooked by the mountain, " Takatu "
14th. Polish Armoured Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the black panther on a yellow arched background. Worn by the 14th Wielkopolska Armoured Brigade in Italy during the final stages of the war.
14th. Punjab Regiment. Embroidered in red on dark green shoulder title, " 14th. Punjab Regiment.
14th.Army. WW II printed example of the red shield bearing a white sword and the roman numerals, \" XIV \" on a black bar to the centre. The exploits of the 14th Army are legendary, fighting in the Far-East in some of the worst conditions and terrains of the war.
14th.County of London Battalion {London Scottish} White metal small size sporran badge with two loops to the reverse. The rampant lion on a saltire bearing the title scrolls to the centre of a thistle wreath and circlet carrying the motto. {Design as the glengarry badge}
14th.County of London Battalion {London Scottish} White metal glengarry badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Scottish lion upon a saltire bearing the title scrolls on a circlet carrying the motto and South Africa honour within a wreath of thistle. { This is the smaller patter badge approx 4.5 x 4.5 cms.}
14th.County of London Battalion {London Scottish} WW II example of the dark blue thistle on a Hodden Grey backing worn by the London Scottish.
15 / 19th. King's Royal Hussars. Pair of brass officers small pattern shoulder titles,15 / 19th.H.
15 / 19th.Hussars. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Crest to the centre of a Garter Strap above the roman numerals, " XV.XIX " and the motto scroll.
15th. { Scottish } Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the red rampant Scottish Lion within a white circle with yellow backing. Originally part of the Home Forces on Coastal defence duties before joining 21st. Army Group for the Normandy Landings in June 1944.{ Moth nip to left side.}
15th. / 19th.Royal Hussars. { King\'s } NCO's silver bullion wire embroidered sleeve badge. The Royal Crest on a scarlet backing.
15th. / 19th.Royal Hussars. { King\'s } King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Royal Crest to the centre of a Garter Strap above the roman numerals, " XV. XIX " and the motto scroll. { Slider has been marked by original owned and very slightly shortened.}
15th. / 19th.Royal Hussars. { King\'s } Embroidered in white on scarlet king's crown NCO's sleeve badge. The Royal Crest.
15th. County of London Battalion [ Civil Service Rifles.] Black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes.
15th. County of London Battalion { Civil service Rifles } Brass shoulder title, " T / 15 / London " complete with shaped brass backing plate to the reverse. { Originally blackened }
15th. County of London Battalion { Civil service Rifles } Scarce WW I embroidered in red on khaki shoulder title, " Civil Service Rifles "
15th. Hussars [King's] White metal Victorian NCO's sleeve badge with three loops to the reverse. The Royal Crest. [Pattern also worn by the 1st. Royal] Dragoons ]
15th. Hussars. [ King's ] King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Royal Crest to the centre of a Garter Strap above the " XV.KH " title and the motto scroll. [Royal Crest polished and slight twist to top of strap,priced accordingly ]
15th. Hussars.[King's] Brass officers pattern shoulder title, "XVKH".
15th. Hussars.{ King\'s } Brass other ranks first pattern shoulder title, \" 15 H \"
15th. Hussars.{ King\'s } Pair of king\'s officers bronze service dress collar badges with three loops to the reverse. The Royal Crest upon the scroll, \" Merebimur \" { Not an exact pair, good match from the front but different reverse, one bearing makers details for \" J & Co.\" }
15th. Indian Corps / Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. WW II embroidered example of the woven three black " V" 's on a red background affixed to a jungle green shoulder strap " hanger " complete with with " R.E.M.E. " slip-on title. [ Probably 1945 when the Corps moved the the Dutch East Indies ]
15th. Indian Corps. WW II uncommon first pattern printed circular example of the three white " V " s [ Roman Numeral 5 == 15 ] on a red background with " hooks and eyes " to the reverse. [See my item 20901 for later pattern ]
15th. Indian Corps. WW II woven example of the black three roman numeral " V " 's = 15 on a red backing. As part of 14th. Army during the second Arakan Campaign this Corps inflicted the first major defeat of the enemy forces. {blue-tac spot to reverse]
15th. Infantry Division.( Scottish ) WW II silk embroidered example of the red Scottish Lion within a yellow circle on a black square. Originally part of the Home Forces this Division landed in Normandy in June 1944 as part of 21st. Army Group.
15th. Infantry Division.( Scottish ) WW II embroidered example of the red Scottish Lion within a yellow backed white circle on a black square background. Originally part of the Home Forces on coastal defence duties before becoming part of 21st.Army Group for the Normandy landings in June 1944.
15th.County of London Battalion [Civil Service Rifles.] Gilt and enamel sweetheart brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes with red and white enamel above the title scroll "Civil Service Rifles" in blue enamel.
15th.Hussars [King's] Brass officers small pattern shoulder title,XVKH. [As Westlake number 151]
15th.Hussars. [King's] White metal king's crown NCO's sleeve badge with two loops and red backing cloth to the reverse. The Royal Crest.
16 / 5 th. Lancers. [ The Queen's ] King's crown officers silver / gilt beret badge with two long loops to the reverse. The crown the number " 16 " and the title scroll, " The Queen's Lancers " backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances. [ Some loss of silver plating ]
162nd. Independent Infantry Brigade. Printed example of the black castle and key within a yellow heart on a black background.
163 Officer Cadet Training Unit. WW II embroidered example of the heads of Mars and Minerva in white on a green background. This officer cadet training unit was formed in 1939 originally from officers of the Artist\'s Rifles.
16th. { Irish } Division. Scarce WWI embroidered example of the green shamrock on a khaki circular backing. This Division comprised the 47th,48th, and 49th, Infantry Brigades predominantly made up with Irish Regiments. { Mothed to left side, but a very scarce sign }
16th. / 5th. Lancers. Scarce WW II embroidered in green on red shoulder title, " 16th./ 6th. Lancers "
16th. County of London Battalion { Queen\'s Westminster Rifles } King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The portcullis to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross surmounted by the crown on a tablet carrying the South Africa honour.
16th. County of London Battalion { Queen\'s Westminster Rifles } White metal shoulder title, \" T / 16 / County of London }
16th. County of London Battalion { Queen\'s Westminster Rifles } King's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting and red shaped cloth backing to the reverse. A portcullis to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross surmounted by the crown upon a tablet carrying the South Africa honour.
16th. County of London Battalion {Queen\'s Westminster Rifles } Scarce WW I embroidered in red on khaki shoulder title, \" Q.W.R \"
16th. Lancers [Queen's] Pair of king's crown other ranks collar badges. The number "16" above the title scroll and surmounted by the crown upon a pair of crossed cavalry lances.
16th. Lancers [The Queen's ] Scarce king's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The number " 16 " and the crown between a pair of crossed cavalry lances above the title scroll.
16th. Lancers. {Queen\'s} Extremely scarce WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The number, \" 16 \" backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances surmounted by the crown above the furled title scroll, \" The queen\'s Lancers \" { Tips of the lances absent, priced accordingly }
16th. Lancers. {Queen\'s} Scarce pair of king\'s crown officers bronze service dress collar badges with makers details for \" J & Co. \" to the reverse. The number, \" 16 \" backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances surmounted by the crown above the furled title scroll, \" The Queen\'s Lancers \"
16th. Lancers. {Queen\'s} Victorian cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The number, \" 16 \" surmounted by the crown and backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances above the title scroll, \" Queen\'s Lancers \"
16th. Lancers. {Queen\'s} Rare bi / metal king's crown cap badge with long slider fitting to the reverse worn only from 1902-1905. The number, " 16 " backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances surmounted by the crown above the title scroll, " Queen's Lancers".
16th. London Regiment. { Queen\'s Westminster & Civil Service Rifle } King's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. Two crowned ovals bearing the portcullis and the Prince of Wales's plumes upon a maltese cross with honours to each of the arms surmounted by the crown. {Now with later shaped red cloth backing }
16th. Polish Armoured Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the black dragon on an orange oval backing. Raised in Scotland in 1940 with most of the trained personnel being transferred to the 1st. Polish Armoured Division.
16th. Regiment of Foot - Bedfordshire. Victorian brass other ranks P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The roman numeral, \" XVI \" to the centre of a strap bearing the title, \" Bedfordshire \" within a wreath of laurel and a maltese cross upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
16th./ 5th.Lancers [Royal Irish] / 8th.Hussars [King's Royal Irish] King's crown heavy solid construction hallmarked silver NCO's sleeve badge with two loops, makers details for "F & S " and Birmingham hallmarks for 1930 to the reverse. The crowned Angel Harp. [Item also bears hallmarks to the front,base of harp.]
16th.County of London Battalion [Queen's Westmster Rifles.] WW I embroidered red on khaki shoulder title, Q.W.R.
17th Lancers { Duke of Cambridge\'s Own } Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A Scull upon a pair of crossed bones bearing the furled motto scroll, \" Or Glory \". { Always know as the \" Motto \" within the Regiment. }
17th. [ Ruahine ] Regiment - New Zealand. Bronze helmet plate with two loops and Gaunt London makers plate to the reverse. A five-pointed star to the centre of a wreath of fern above the title scroll. [Approx 7 x 6 cms ] [From the Gaunt pattern Book ]
17th. [ Ruahine ] Regiment - New Zealand. Mint brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A five-pointed star and the title scroll, " Ruahine " within a wreath of palm fronds. [Gaunt Collection ]
17th. { Northern } Division. Scarce WWI embroidered example of the white \" DOT-DASH \" on a scarlet background, said the represent the number \" 17 \" when viewed from above. Mainly composed of Northern units, Manchesters, West Yorks, East Yorks etc., but also included the Dorsets and some from the Midlands.
17th. / 21st. Lancers. Scarce king's crown gold bullion wire embroidered Warrant Officers sleeve rank insignia. The crown with red velvet insert within a wreath of laurel on a padded white oval backing.
17th. County of London Battalion { Poplar & Stepney Rifles } Black-brass shoulder title, " T / 17 / London "
17th. County of London Battalion { Tower Hamlets Rifles } Scarce king's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A crowned bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title " Tower Hamlets Rifles the Rifle Brigade " on a maltese cross within a wreath of laurel both covered with numerous battle honours surmounted by the crown upon a tablet carrying the South Africa honour.
17th. County of London Battalion.{ Poplar & Stepney Rifles } King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A crowned bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, \" Rifle Brigade \" on a maltese cross carrying the South Africa honour to each arm within a wreath of laurel surmounted by the crown upon a blank tablet.
17th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the black cat on a pale khaki backing. This Division was heavily involved in the fighting in the Chin Hills and Imphal area. After crossing the Irrawaddy the Division took Meiktila even as the enemy radio reported twice that the Division had been annihilated !
17th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the black cat on a light khaki backing with highlighted eyes and whiskers. This Division endured much of the hard fighting in the Chin Hills and Imphal area and after crossing the Irrawaddy managed to capture Meiktila. The \" 17th. \" was twice reported on Japanese radio to have been annihilated !
17th. Lancers [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] Pair of brass small size other ranks collar badges. A skull upon a pair of crossed bones bearing the motto, " Or Glory ".
17th. Lancers [Duke of Cambridge's Own] White metal early pattern cap badge [ Always known as the " Motto " within the Regiment ] with two loops to the reverse. A skull and a pair of crossed bones bearing the motto " Or Glory ". [ Badge appears to have had red paint on parts of it at some time ? ]
17th. Lancers [Duke of Cambridge's Own] White metal NCO's arm badge with two loops to the reverse. A skull upon pair of crossed bones above the motto "Or Glory ". [Always known as a "Motto " within the Regiment.]
17th. Lancers [Duke of Cambridge's Own] Officers silver cap badge [ Always known as a " Motto " within the Regiment ] with two loops and an " S " stamp to the reverse. A skull upon a pair of crossed bones bearing the motto scroll, " Or Glory "
17th. Lancers. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] Scarce WW I all brass economy pattern cap badge [Always known as " The Motto " within the Regiment ] with slider fitting to the reverse. A skull upon a pair of crossed bones bearing the motto " Or Glory "
17th. Lancers. [Duke of Cambridge's Own] White metal cap badge [Always known as a motto within the Regiment] with slider fitting to the reverse. A skull upon a pair of crossed bones bearing the "Or Glory" motto.
17th. Lancers. { Duke of Cambridge\'s Own } Officers ? cap badge { Known as a motto within the Regiment } with two loops to the reverse. A scull upon a pair of crossed bones carrying the motto, " Or Glory "
17th. Lancers. { Duke of Cambridge\'s Own.} Pair of white metal other ranks collar badges. A scull upon a pair of crossed bone bearing the motto banner, \" Or Glory \" { Very close match }
17th. Lancers. { Duke of Cambridge\'s Own.} White metal early pattern cap badge { Always known as as a motto within the Regiment } with two loops to the reverse. A scull upon a pair of crossed bones carrying the motto, \" Or Glory \"
17th. Lancers. { Duke of Cambridge\'s Own.} Brass shoulder title, \" 17 L \"
17th. Regiment of Foot { Leicestershire } Scarce pattern brass other ranks P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Tiger above the number, \" 17 \" .
17th.( Gurkha ) Infantry Division. Printed example of the crossed Gurkha Kukris in white on a green backing.
17th.Lancers. { Duke of Cambridge\'s Own } Scarce pair of small pattern officers bronze service dress collar badges. A scull upon a pair of crossed bones bearing the motto banner, \" Or Glory \" { Cleaned down to brass.}
18th. County of London Battalion { London Irish Rifles } King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crowned Harp of Erin.
18th. County of London Battalion { London Irish Rifles } Brass shoulder title, T / 18 / County of London. { Slight staining }
18th. County of London Battalion { London Irish Rifles } Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crowned Harp of Erin.
18th. County of London Battalion. { London Irish Rifles. Scarce black-brass shoulder title complete with original shaped back-plate, " T / 18 / London " { Blacking mostly worn off.}
18th. County of London Battalion. { London Irish Rifles. Scarce embroidered in black on dark green shoulder title, " London Irish Rifles."
18th. Hussars { Princess of Wales\'s Own } Scarce early 1900\'s king\'s crown officers gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The roman numeral, \" XVIII \" and the capital letter, \" H \" to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the motto within a wreath of laurel carrying the Regiments two main battle honours above the tri-part subsidiary title scroll. { Gilt now dulled to brass }
18th. Hussars { Queen Mary\'s Own } Scarce king\'s crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The letter, \" H \" and roman numeral \" XVIII \" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a half wreath of laurel.
18th. Hussars { Queen Mary\'s Own } King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The roman numeral, " XVIII " and the letter," H " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the subsidiary title within a half wreath of laurel.
18th. Hussars { Queen Mary\'s Own } Brass shoulder title, \" 18 H \"
18th. Hussars { Queen Mary\'s Own } Fine quality heavy king's crown officers silver / gilt horse furniture with two brass studs to the reverse. The letter " H " backed by the roman numeral " XVIII " on a domed backing to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the Regiment's motto.
18th. Hussars. Victorian bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The number \" 18 \" above the capital letter, \" H \" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto within a wreath of laurel carrying the Regiments two main battle honours.
18th. Hussars. Rare king's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn only from 1902-1904. The number " 18 " and the capital letter, " H " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto within a wreath of laurel carrying the Regiment's main honours, " Peninsula " and " Waterloo. "
18th. Hussars. [ Princess of Wales's ] Two scarce other ranks early 1900's king's crown bi / metal collar badges. The " 18 / H " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto within a wreath of laurel carrying the Regiment's two main battle honours, " Waterloo " and " Peninsula " [ One collar has repaired loops ]
18th. Hussars.[Queen Mary's Own ] Brass shoulder title, " 18H".
18th. Infantry Brigade. Printed mint unissued example of the crossed bayonet and kukri in white on a red background.
18th. Infantry Division. Extremely rare WW II early embroidered example of the stylized black windmill on a yellow circle with khaki backing. This Division was made up of Territorial units from East Anglia.
18th.County of London Battalion { London Irish Rifles } Queen's crown white metal Warrant Officers large pattern caubeen badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The Harp of Erin surmounted by the crown.
18th.Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the stylized black windmill on orange / yellow backing. This was a Territorial Division made up from units from Essex,Suffolk,Norfolk,and Cambridgeshire,who were sent from Malaya to Singapore,unfortunately just as the City fell into Japanese hands,resulting in most of the Division going into captivity. [Staining to the front and glue to the reverse]
19th. [ County of London ] Battalion - St. Pancras. Scarce pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges. A shield bearing the Arms and Crest of the Borough of St. Pancras.
19th. County of London Battalion { St. Pancras } Brass shoulder title, T / 19 / London.
19th. County of London Battalion { St. Pancras } Brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The roman numeral, " XIX " to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross carrying the South Africa honour within a crowned wreath of laurel
19th. Hussars { Queen Alexandra\'s Own Royal } White metal cap badge with \" Hair-pin \" slider to the reverse. The Dannebrog.
19th. Hussars { Queen Alexandra\'s Own Royal } Rare NCO\'s hallmarked silver arm badge with three silver loops to the reverse. An Indian elephant standing on ground bearing makers details for \" S.M.L. \" { Samuel M. Levi } and Birmingham hallmarks for 1909.
19th. Hussars { Queen Alexandra\'s Own Royal } Rare hallmarked silver officers foreign service helmet pagri badge also worn on the coloured field service side cap. An Indian elephant standing on ground with two silver loops makers details for \" J & Co. \" and Birmingham hallmarks for 1938 to the reverse. { see Peter Seaman\'s book page-107, and Linaker & Dine\'s book page-122.}
19th. Hussars. [ Queen Alexandra's Own Royal ] Bronze collar or field service cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Dannebrog. [Gaunt Collection ]
19th. Hussars.{ Princess of Wales\'s Own.} White metal cap badge with two black loops to the reverse. An Indian elephant standing upon the title scroll, " 19th. P.W.O Hussars."
19th. Hussars.{ Princess of Wales\'s Own.} Brass shoulder title, \" 19 H \"
19th. Hussars.{ Princess of Wales\'s Own.} Very scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Dannebrog.
19th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II bullion wire embroidered example of the hand holding a dagger on a scarlet backing with \" Press-stud \" fittings to the reverse. It was this Division who after severe fighting established the Irrawaddy bridgehead to enable them push on to capture Mandalay.
19th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the yellow arm holding a knife on a red background. Known as the \" Dagger Division \" it was the 19th who after severe fighting established the Irrawaddy bridgehead and went on to liberate Mandalay.
19th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the yellow hand holding a dagger on red backing. Known as the " Dagger Division " it was the 19th. Division that established the Irrawaddy bridgehead to enable the liberation of Mandalay. Accompanied by a photograph of a uniformed Indian Army soldier of the Division giving his service details with signature to the reverse.
19th. Regiment of Foot. { Yorkshire Regiment } Victorian brass other ranks P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose surmounted by the crown with the number " 19 " to the voided centre.
19th.County of London Battalion -The London Regiment. Scarce blue on khaki embroidered unissued shoulder title,C / 19 London. Worn by the 19th.Battalion London Regiment Cadet Corps [St Pancras]
1st County of London Yeomanry.{Middlesex Duke of Cambridge\'s Hussars } Bronzed other ranks cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and motto on a multi-rayed eight-pointed star.
1st Infantry Division. White leatherette triangle on a red triangular backing example of the sign worn by the 1st. Infantry Division. This Division fought in Tunisia with the First Army and then moved on to join the Italian Campaign.
1st. [ King's] Dragoon Guards Scarce king's crown officers silver and bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The "KDG" monogram to the centre of a Garter Strap upon a multi-rayed crowned hob-nail star.
1st. { Royal } Dragoons. Scarce pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges. An eagle with outspread wings upon a plinth bearing the number, \" 105 \"
1st. { Royal } Dragoons. Scarce very short lived king\'s crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Royal Crest above the furled title scroll, \" The Royal Dragoons \"
1st. { Royal } Dragoons. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" 1 / R D \" with three flat lugs to the reverse. { Probably worn on the field service cap also.}
1st. Anti-Aircraft Corps. WW II embroidered example of the red eagle pierced by an arrow on a blue background. 1st. A / A Corps was composed of the 1st,5th,6th,8th, and 9th. A / Aircraft Divisions and along with numbers 10 and 11 Royal Air Force Groups were responsible for covering Southern England.
1st. Armoured Division. WW II embroidered example of the white charging rhinoceros on a black oval backing affixed to pale kd shirt material with " hooks and eyes " to the reverse.
1st. Armoured Division. WW II embroidered example of the white " Charging Rhino " on a black oval backing.
1st. Armoured Motor Battery. Scarce king\'s crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An armoured car and the title scroll, \" 1st. Armoured Motor Battery \" to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel.
1st. Assault Regiment Royal Armoured Corps / Royal Engineers. Rare woven example of the red scorpion on a yellow backing. Originally formed from the 41st. and 47th. Royal Tank Regiment but because of the heavy losses sustained by the 47th. at El Alamein they became 1st. Scorpion Regiment Royal Armoured Corps changing again to the above title when the Royal Engineers joined the unit in Italy.
1st. Assault Regiment- Royal Amoured Corps / Royal Engineers. Rare WW II embroidered example of the red scorpion on a yellow background. Originally formed from the 41st.and 47th. Royal Tank Regiments but because of the heavy losses suffered by the 47th. at El Alamein the title changed to 1st.Scorpion Regiment Royal Armoured Corps. The title changed again in Italy when Royal Engineers joined the unit.
1st. Bombay European Fusiliers. / Royal Munster Fusiliers. Superb officers silver / gilt two- piece shoulder belt plate overlay with small lugs to the reverse. The title \" 1 Bombay European Fusiliers \" surmounted by a victorian crown mounted upon the ball of a large fused grenade. Around this a separate wreath of laurel bearing ten battle honours. Worn from 1843-1858 when title changed to \" 103rd. Foot Royal Bombay Fusiliers \" and then \" Royal Dublin Fusiliers \" from 1881. { Approx 12cms high }
1st. Canadian Division. WW II printed example of the red rectangle worn by the 1st.Canadian Division who fought in Sicily and Italy, particularly distinguishing themselves at Orona and the breakthrough of the Gothic Line.
1st. Canadian Infantry Division. Green-khaki Korea period shoulder brassard with shoulder strap loop and elastic strap to the reverse, bearing embroidered white on blue shoulder title, Royal Canadian Signals, above the red 1st. Canadian Division rectangular formation sign and a single rank chevron.
1st. Chinese Regiment. Rare brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. Tientsin city gate and pagoda above the title scroll, "1st Chinese Regiment ". Raised and trained by British officers in 1896 the Regiment fought alongside the Allies to help supress the Boxer Rebellion but was disbanded in 1905. [See B.Renfrew's book on British Colonial Badges for more information on this obscure unit.] [See item 20235 for the collar badges]
1st. Chinese Regiment. Rare pair of brass collar badges. The Tientsin City gate and pagoda above the title scroll. [See item 20227 for matching cap badge and more information ]
1st. City of London Engineers. Scarce brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms Supporters and Motto of the City of London around a circlet bearing the title, " 1st. City of London Engineers."
1st. Commonwealth Division. Silk woven example of the light blue shield bearing a red and yellow king's crown and the yellow title, " Commonwealth ".
1st. Corps. Small enamel old comrades lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The white spearhead on a red diamond. { Design as the 1st. Corps formation sign.}
1st. Corps. WW II embroidered example of the white spearhead on a red diamond. 1st. Corps landed in Normandy in June 1944 and fought all the way through France Belgium and Holland.
1st. Division Royal Army Service Corps. WW II printed example of the white triangle on a blue and yellow diamond.
1st. Dragoon Guards [ King's ] Silver [Not marked ] officers cap badge with two long loops to the reverse. The eagle form the Arms of the Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria. [Possibly 1st. [Queen's ] Dragoon Guards.]
1st. Dragoon Guards [King's] King's crown WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The "KDG" cypher to the centre of a Garter Strap on a crowned multi-faceted star.
1st. Dragoon Guards { King\'s } White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Eagle from the Arms of the Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria.
1st. Dragoon Guards { The King\'s } Very rare early 1900\'s embroidered in blue on yellow shoulder title, \" 1 D.G.\"
1st. Dragoon Guards. [ King's ] Early pattern Victorian / Edwardian brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Eagle from the Arms of the Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria above the title scroll.
1st. Dragoons [Royals ] Mint pair of officers sil / gilt collar badges. The eagle upon a tablet bearing the number " 105 ".
1st. Dragoons [Royal ] Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The eagle upon a tablet bearing the number " 105".
1st. Dragoons { Royal } Small bronze officers service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The " Captured Eagle " upon a plinth bearing the number " 105 ".
1st. Dragoons { Royals } Fine quality near mint cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The \" Captured Eagle \" upon a plinth bearing the number, \" 105 \"
1st. Dragoons Guards. { King\'s } Superb quality scarce pair of officers silver and bronze collar badges. The \" KDG \" monogram to the centre of a Garter Strap mounted upon a crowned hob-nailed bronze star.
1st. Dragoons Guards. { King\'s } Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The double-headed eagle from the Arms of the Austrian Emperor Francis Joseph I.
1st. Fifeshire Rifle Volunteers. Victorian white metal other ranks home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. The "Thain of Fife" to the centre of a strap bearing the title within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate. [Became 6th.[Fifeshire ] Volunteer Battalion Black Watch] [Verdigris stains to the reverse ]
1st. Guards Infantry Brigade. Embroidered example of the white " Ever-open Eye " and the number " 1 " on a shield in Household Cavalry colours.
1st. Infantry Division / Reconnaissance Corps. WW II embroidered example of the white triangle worn by the 1st. Infantry Division above a yellow / green { Reconnaissance Corps } arm of service strip on a khaki backing. { Left side slightly ragged }
1st. Infantry Division / Royal Army Medical Corps. Embroidered example of the small white triangle of the 1st. Infantry Division upon the larger maroon triangle of the R.A.M.C. { Mothed to one edge }
1st. Infantry Division. Woven combination example of the white triangle of the First Infantry Division above two red arm of service strips on a pale khaki backing.
1st. Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Fine quality victorian officers silvered cross-belt plate with three screw-bolt fittings to the reverse St. George to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, \" 1st. Middsx. R.V. Victoria & St. George \" on a maltese cross surmounted by the crown.
1st.Commonwealth Division. Fine quality gold bullion wire example of the light blue shield bearing the king's crown and " Commonwealth " title.
1st.Dragoon Guards { King\'s } Scarce early pattern brass shoulder title, \" 1 D G \"
2 Army Selection & Training Unit. Scarce embroidered example of the white number "2" and acronym "ASTU" on a dark green background.
2 Corps. Scarce Woven example of the roman numeral " II " within a broken circle on a red and light blue striped backing. Worn in 1918 by 2 Corps as Army of Occupation troops in Germany.
20th. { Light } Division. Scarce WW I embroidered example of the dark blue cross with red central dot on a white background. Formed in 1914 as part of the Second New Army and comprised of the 59th.,60th.,and 61st. Infantry Brigades. { Sign worn with the cross vertically not as depicted in the photograph.}
20th. Armoured Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the white head of an armour clad knight's charger on a black background.
20th. Armoured Brigade. WW II white embroidered example of the armoured head of a knight's charger on a black background. As part of the Home Forces the 20th. was used in a training role until 1943 when its Regiments 1st. and 2nd. Northamptonshire Yeomanry and 1st.Royal Gloucestershire Hussars joined other Divisions.
20th. County of London Battalion { Blackheath & Woolwich } White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The White Horse of Kent above the motto and title scroll , " 20th. Batt The London Regt. "
20th. County of London Battalion { Blackheath & Woolwich } Brass shoulder title, " T / 20 / London " complete with original shaped brass back-plate.
20th. County of London Battalion.{ Blackheath & Woolwich } Pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges. The White Horse of Kent above the title scroll, \" 20th. Batn. The London Regt.\"
20th. Hussars. Brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The capital letter " H " flanked by the roman numerals " XX " surmounted by the crown.
20th. Hussars. Scarce pair of brass victorian other ranks collar badges. The letter, \" H \" flanked by two \" X\" \'s surmounted by the Imperial Crown.
20th. Hussars. Scarce pair of king\'s crown cap badge size officers bronze service dress collar badge with three loops to the reverse of each. The letter, \" H \" surmounted by the crown flanked by two \" X \" \'s. { Very close match }
20th. Hussars. Brass shoulder title, \" 20 H \" with makers details for Lambourne Birmingham to the reverse.
20th. Hussars. Two { Not an exact pair } king's crown gilt officers collar badges one of which bears makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The crowned capital letter " H " flanked by " XX ".
20th. Hussars. Scarce victorian brass cap badge with three loops to the reverse. An Imperial Crown above the capital letter, " H " flanked by the roman numerals, " X X ".
20th. Hussars. Scarce king\'s crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with three blades to the reverse. The letter, \" H \" surmounted by the crown and flanked by two \" X \" \'s.
20th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II unusual pattern embroidered example of the white arm holding a tulwar on a black background within a white circle. This Division distinguished itself in Burma during the defence of the Imphal Plain and again in breaking the Irrawaddy line. {Glued felt patches to the reverse,removed form display board}
20th.County of London Regiment-{ Blackheath & Woolwich } -Cadets. Scarce brass shoulder title, " C / 20 / London " Worn by the Lewisham Cadet Battalion.
20th.Indian Infantry Division. Silver bullion wire embroidered WW II example of the arm holding a tulwar on a black circular backing,with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. This Division was raised in Bangalore and fought in Assam,Burma and Indo-China. [Sign has been sewn around a piece of tin to strengthen it ]
218th. Independent Infantry Brigade. WW II printed example of the red and yellow torch on a black diamond.
219th. Independent Infantry Brigade. Stencil / painted example of the white phoenix holding a torch in its beak rising from the flames on a blue edged in white circular backing.
21st. Armoured Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the red devil behind a blue diablo on a yellow circular backing still affixed to a section of pale tropical k.d. material. This Brigade fought in North Africa and Italy.
21st. Armoured Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the red devil behind a blue diablo on a yellow circular background still affixed to a section of pale tropical k.d. material. This Brigade fought on North Africa and Italy.
21st. Armoured Brigade. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the red devil behind a blue diablo on a circular yellow backing still affixed to a section of tropical k.d.material. This Brigade fought in North Africa and Italy.
21st. Army Group / Royal Artillery. Scarce WW II combination sleeve insignia. The blue cross on a red shield of 21st.Army Group above the red / blue Royal Artillery arm of service strip above a black and buff coloured inverted triangle all still affixed to a section of battledress material. Worn by 21st. Army Group Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment { Royal Sussex } Royal Artillery. { Right side of A of S and triangle detached }
21st. County of London Battalion [ London Regiment ] Black-brass shoulder title,T / 21 / London, complete with the original shaped steel back-plate.
21st. County of London Battalion { First Surrey Rifles.} King's crown black brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing " First Surrey Rifles " on a maltese cross carrying the South Africa honour above the title scroll surmounted by the crown and motto scroll, " Concordia Victrix "
21st. County of London Regiment.{First Surrey Rifles} Scarce early 1920's embroidered in red on dark green shoulder title, " First Surrey Rifles"
21st. Indian Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the white buffalo's head with large red horns on a blue square background. Originally worn at the H.Q. of the 44th. Indian Armoured Division and subsequently worn by 268th.Lorried Infantry Brigade after the Armoured role ceased. {Glue spot to reverse}
21st. Lancers. [ Empress of India's ] Brass shoulder title, " 21L. " with partial makers details for Narborough Birmingham to the reverse.[ Pattern not in Westlake's book ]
21st. Lancers. [ Empress of India's ] Scarce large size pattern brass shoulder title, " 21L " with makers details for Narborough Birmingham to the reverse. [ Not in Westlake's book ]
21st. Lancers. [Empress of India's ] Rare officers silver / gilt king's crown cap badge with two long loops and makers details for " J & Co. " to the reverse. The " VRI " cypher and roman numerals " XXI " on a pair of crossed cavalry lances surmounted by the crown. [Gilt now dulled ]
21st. Lancers. [Empress of India's] Rare Victorian "Upright Lances " 1899-1901 pattern bi / metal cap badge with four loops to the reverse. The " VRI " cypher and the roman numerals "XXI " surmounted by an Imperial Crown to the centre of a pair of cavalry lances.
21st. Lancers. { Empress of India\'s } Scarce victorian bi / metal cap badge with four loops to the reverse. The \" VRI \" cypher the roman numeral, \" XXI \" and the Imperial Crown to the centre of a pair of crossed cavalry lances. { Slight verdigris to numeral }
21st. Lancers. { Empress of India\'s } King\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The \" VRI \" cypher the crown and roman numeral \" XXI \" backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances.
21st. Lancers. { Empress of India\'s } Scarce white metal NCO\'S sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. Queen Victoria\'s Imperial cypher surmounted the Crown.
21st. Lancers. Empress of India\'s King's crown bi / metal early pattern cap badge with two [ of four ] loops to the reverse. The " VRI " cypher the crown and roman numerals " XXI " to the centre of a pair of crossed cavalry lances.
21st. Lancers.[Empress of India's] Scarce pair of first pattern Victorian collar badges. The roman numeral "XXI" upon a pair of crossed cavalry lances surmounted by the Imperial crown. [Not an exact colour match and one item with replaced loops ]
22nd. Armoured Brigade. Second pattern of the 22nd 's formation sign,the outline of a stag's head in red on a green felt background. After service in the Western Desert the Brigade moved to North West Europe.
22nd. Armoured Brigade. WW II printed example of the red outline of a stag\'s head on a green background.
22nd. Armoured Brigade. Scarce printed unissued first pattern example of the red stag's head on a white background. [See item 18004 for 2nd.Pattern ]
22nd. Beach Brigade. WW II printed on oil-cloth example of the black and white Penguin on a khaki backing. Worn by some of the first troops ashore who's task was to secure the Beach-Head for the incoming landing forces.
22nd. County of London Battalion.{ Queen\'s } Brass shoulder title, T / 22 / London. ( Old solder repair to reverse,priced accordingly )
22nd. Dragoons. Scarce brass other ranks shoulder title,22D. [Raised in 1940 and disbanded in 1947]
22nd. Dragoons. WW II king\'s crown officers silver plated cap badge with two loops and later added green triangle for display to the reverse. The roman numeral, \" XXII \" to the centre of a crowned large letter, \" D \" above the scroll, \" Dragoons\" { Raised in 1940 and disbanded by 1948.}
22nd. Dragoons. Scarce officers pattern brass shoulder title, " XXIID " [ Raised in 1940 and disbanded by 1948 ]
22nd. Middlesex. { Central London Rangers } Scarce black-brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross that carries the South Africa honour to the upper arm surmounted by the crown and " Excel " motto tablet. Worn from 1905-1908.
231st.Independent Infantry Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the white maltese cross on a scarlet shield with three " press-studs" and a piece of leather affixed to the reverse. Originally based in Malta during the siege, this Division then joined the Sicily and Italy landings before being withdrawn for their third assault landing in Normandy in June 1944.
23rd. Armoured Brigade / 50th. Royal Tank Regiment. Scarce WW II example of the pale tropical shoulder strap slip-on bearing the embroidered black on white " Liver-Bird " above the black / green / black strip of 50th.Royal Tank Regiment. This Brigade saw considerable service in North Africa and then Sicily and Italy.
23rd. Armoured Brigade. WW II variant pattern of the black embroidered " Liver Bird " on a circular white background. The 23rd. Fought in the Western Desert at El Alamein with the 51st. Highland Division before taking part in the landings in Sicily and Italy. { Old glue to the reverse }
23rd. Armoured Brigade. WW II printed example of the black " Liver-bird " on a white circle. [Sign has been sewn around cardboard to stiffen it ] This Brigade saw service in North Africa from El Alamein to Tunisia,and then to Sicily and the Salerno and Anzio landings in Italy.
23rd. Battalion County of London Regiment. Rare king's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting still affixed to a 1916 dated British Army Clothing Department pattern card with original wax seals and various notations to the reverse. The Arms of Guildford to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the South Africa honour on a hob-nailed star above the title scroll.
23rd. County of London Battalion King\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of Guildford to the centre of a circlet carrying the South Africa honour on a crowned multi-faceted star above the title scroll, \" 23rd. Bn. The London Regt. \"
23rd. County of London Battalion King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of Guildford to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the South Africa honour on a hod-nailed star above the title scroll. Note this is the less common pattern with the 1900-02 honour.
23rd. County of London Battalion Queen\'s crown anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt Birmingham. The Arms of Guildford to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the South Africa honour on a hob-nailed star above the title scroll.
23rd. Hussars. Fine quality king\'s crown officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops and a \"P\" stamp to the reverse. The capital letter, \" H \" surmounted by the crown above the title scroll, \" 23rd. Hussars.\" { Raised in 1940 and disbanded by 1948.}
23rd. Hussars. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The capital letter " H " above the title scroll surmounted by the crown. Raised in 1940 and disbanded by 1948.
23rd. Indian Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the red fighting cock on am pale khaki circular backing. The 23rd. Division fought with distinction especially at Shenam and Tamu against the enemies offensive at Imphal { Rust ? stains to the reverse }
23rd. Indian Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the red " Fighting Cock " on a pale khaki circular backing with evidence of " Press-Studs " removed from the reverse. This Division fought with distinction at Shenam and Tamu against the enemies offensive at Imphal.
23rd. London Armoured Car Company. { Sharpshooters } Rare king's crown officers bullion wire embroidered small size field service cap badge. The roman numerals, " XXIII " backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a circlet bearing the title above the " Sharpshooters " scroll all surmounted by a red velvet inset crown.
23rd. London Armoured Car Company.{ County of London Yeomanry } Scarce king\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The \" CLY \" monogram backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the scroll, \" Sharpshooters \"
23rd. London Armoured Car Company.{ County of London Yeomanry } Extremely rare king\'s crown officers silver and bronze cap badge with two blades { Folded into loops } to the reverse. The roman numerals \" XXIII \" backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, above the scroll, \" Sharpshooters \"
23rd. London Armoured Car Company.{ County of London Yeomanry } Rare king\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The roman numeral, \" XXIII \" backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, \" London Armoured Car Company \" above the scroll, \" Sharpshooters \"
24 Engineer Group. Embroidered example of the Yorkshire Rose,Cheshire Wheatsheaf,and Staffordshire Knot in red,blue and black on a yellow shield. [Sign with some staining,and remains of paper backing to reverse]
24th. Lancers. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London. The roman numerals, " XXIV " backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " Lancers " { Raised in 1940 and disbanded by 1948.}
24th. Lancers. Scarce WW II king\'s crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The roman numeral \" XXIV \" backed by a pair of cavalry lances within a crowned circlet bearing the \" Lancers \" title. { Raised in 1940 and disbanded by 1948 }
24th. Lancers. Scarce WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " 24L " [ Canvas loop to reverse absent ] Raised in 1940 and disbanded by 1948.
24th. Lancers. Very fine quality officers gilt and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The \" XXIV \" roman numerals backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances with red and white enamel pennons to the centre of a crowned blue enamel circlet bearing the title, \" Lancers \". Raised in 1940 for the war and disbanded by 1948.
254th. Indian Tank Brigade. Scarce WW II printed example of the black \" Tank Tracks \" on a red inverted triangle with \" Hooks and Eyes \" to the reverse. this division assisted the 17th. Indian Division in destroying the Meiktila garrison with some of the fiercest fighting of the Burma Campaign. Advancing form there 300 miles in 30 days capturing Toungoo and Pegu en route.
25th. Army Tank Brigade. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the black diablo with small white metal maple leaf affixed to it on a pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap hanger. The maple leaf was awarded to the 25th. Tanks for their support given to the 1st.Canadian Infantry Division in Italy.
25th. Army Tank Brigade. Scarce WW II example of the black diablo with small white metal maple leaf applied still affixed to a pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on. The maple leaf was an honour awarded to the 25th Tanks for their support of the 1st.Canadian Infantry Division in Italy. [ Slightly grubby ]
25th. Battalion Imperial Yeomanry. Extremely rare white metal slouch hat badge with two loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes above the number " 25 " and the " Imperial Yeomanry " title scroll.
25th. County of London Battalion [ Cyclists] White metal shoulder title, T / 25 / County of London.
25th. County of London Battalion. {Cyclist.} King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The number \" 25 \" upon the spokes of a bicycle wheel to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a crowned wreath of laurel above a tablet carrying the motto.
25th. County of London Regiment.{Cyclist} Brass shoulder title, T / 25 / London.
25th. Dragoons. Scarce WW II pale k.d. tropical issue shoulder strap slip-on, \" 25-D \" with canvas loop to the reverse. The 25th.Dragoons were raised in 1940 and disbanded by 1948.}
25th. Dragoons. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crown above the roman numerals " XXV " and the title scroll backed by a pair of crossed swords. {Raised in India in 1941 and disbanded by 1948.}
25th. Dragoons. Very unusual and rare king's crown bronzed item with two large and two small loops to the reverse. The roman numerals, " XXV " and the furled title scroll surmounted by the crown and backed by a pair of cavalry swords. Incorrect fittings for a wooden notice board or similar possibly for leather belt ? or ?{ Approx 7 cms. high }
25th. Independent Infantry Brigade. Scarce embroidered example of the white " Japanese Tori " above a pair of crossed keys on a black background.
25th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the black " Ace of Spades " on a dark green background. Under the Command of the 15th. Indian Corps this Division fought with distinction at Kangaw which was one of the fiercest battles of the whole Arakan Campaign. {Old paper glue to the reverse.}
25th. Regiment of Foot { King\'s Own Borderers } Scarce victorian pre 1881 glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. Edinburgh Castle upon a saltire to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " King's Own Borderers " with double motto scrolls and " XXV " surmounted by the Royal Crest within a wreath of thistle.
25th. Regiment of Foot { King\'s Own Borderers } Scarce victorian pre 1881 other ranks P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 25 " to the centre of a strap bearing the title, " King's Own Borderers." surmounted by the Royal Crest.
25th. Tank Brigade. Scarce WW II khaki battledress shoulder strap bearing the black diablo complete with small white metal maple leaf above green and black designation tapes. Worn by the 25th. Tank Brigade 51st. Battalion Royal Tank Regiment in Italy who were awarded the maple leaf as an honour after supporting the 1st. Canadian Infantry Division at Pontecorvo trying to break the " Hitler Line "
25th.Dragoons. Scarce WW II embroidered shoulder strap slip-on,\"25.D.\",in yellow on black. The 25th.were raised in 1941 in India and disbanded by 1948.
264th. Beach Brigade [ Scottish ] Printed example of the red fouled anchor on a light blue circle upon the blue and white cross of St. Andrew.
26th Indian Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the Royal Bengal Tiger stepping through a light blue triangle with remains of a brooch pin fitting to the reverse. This was the Division that fought its way to relieve the 7th. Indian Division in the " box " at Sinzwya.
26th. Hussars. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A Prussian Eagle above the title scroll, " XXVI Hussars " War raised cavalry unit created in India in 1941 and disbanded by 1948
26th. Middlesex { Cyclist } Volunteer Corps. Rare white metal victorian glengarry badge with three loops to the reverse. A bicycle wheel to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " Middlesex Cyclist Vols. " Formed in 1881 as the first and only complete cyclist unit until 1908 when it became 25th.County of London Battalion { Cyclists }
26th.Hussars. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. A Prussian Eagle upon a scroll, "XXVI Hussars". Raised in India in 1941 and disbanded by 1948.
27th. Independent Infantry Brigade. Scarce printed example of the red inverted triangle on a blue triangle with a red number, " 9 " to each apex. {Evidence of press-studs removed from the reverse.}
27th. Lancers. WW II king\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London. The crown an elephant\'s head and the number, \" 27 \" backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances. Raised in 1940 and disbanded by 1948.
27th.Independent Infantry Brigade. Embroidered example of the red inverted triangle within a blue triangle with a yellow number " 9 " to each apex.
27th.Lancers. Scarce WW II white metal NCO's arm badge with three loops and later added red shaped backing cloth. An Indian elephant upon a scroll "Hindoostan" [Raised in 1940 for war service and disbanded in 1948]
28th. County of London Battalion - Artists Rifles White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The heads of Mars and Minerva above the furled title scroll, " Artists ". [ Slight verdigris to the reverse]
28th. County of London Battalion [ Artist' s Rifles.] Scarce early pattern brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The heads of Mars and Minerva above the angular title scroll, " Artists".
28th. County of London Battalion {Artists Rifles.} Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The heads of Mars and Minerva above the furled title scroll, \" Artists \"
28th. County of London Battalion {Artists\' Rifles} Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The heads of Mars and Minerva above the furled title scroll, \" Artists Rifles \"
28th. County of London Battalion {Artists\' Rifles} White metal shoulder title, \" T / 28 / London. \"
28th. County of London Battalion {Artists\' Rifles} Brass shoulder title complete with original shaped brass back-plate to the reverse, "T / 28 / County of London"
28th. County of London Regiment [Artists Rifles] Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The heads of Mars and Minerva,above a scroll, Artists Rifles
29th. Independent Brigade. WW II painted white circle on a black square backing. Whilst in India the Brigade formed part of 36th. Infantry Division linking its white circle with the 72nd, Division\'s red circle to form the \" 36th.\'s \" Insignia.
2nd Dragoon Guards. { Bays } Scarce WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, \" Bays \" in Old English script with canvas loop to the reverse.
2nd. Canadian Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the yellow letter " C " with the roman numeral " II " to the centre on a Royal Blue rectangle. This Division formed the main force for the ill-fated raid on Dieppe. The Canadians got their satisfaction by taking the port in 1944.
2nd. Dragoon Guards [ Bays ] King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting and strengthening bar to the reverse. The Title " BAYS " in old English script to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel.
2nd. Dragoon Guards [ Queen's Bays ] Scarce officers king's crown gilt cap badge with original ? brooch pin fitting and makers details for Gaunt London [ Twice ! ] to the reverse. The " Bays " title in old English script to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel. [ Fractured where the wreath meets the crown.]
2nd. Dragoon Guards [ Queen's Bays ] Victorian other ranks brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The title " Bays " in old English script to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel. [See item 21844 for more information]
2nd. Dragoon Guards [Queen's Bays.] Scarce brass Victorian pouch or pagri ? badge with two loops to the reverse. The title "Bays " in Old English script to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel.
2nd. Dragoon Guards. [ Queen's Bays ] King's crown white metal NCO's sleeve badge with three loops to the reverse. The title " BAYS " in old English script to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above the motto scroll.
2nd. Dragoon Guards. [ Queen's Bays ] Brass first pattern shoulder title, " 2 D G ."
2nd. Dragoons Royal Scots Greys White metal NCO\'s sleeve badge with three loops to the reverse. The \" Captured \" French Eagle upon a tablet bearing the Waterloo honour.
2nd. Dragoons { Royal Scots Greys.} BI / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An eagle with outspread wings upon the main honour tablet, \" Waterloo \" above the tri-part title scroll, \" Royal Scots Greys \"
2nd. Dragoons. [ Royal Scots Greys] Pair of white metal other ranks collar badges complete with original black cloth backing. The " Captured Eagle " upon a tablet bearing the honour " Waterloo ".
2nd. Dragoons. [Royal Scots Greys] Excellent quality officers sil / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The eagle upon a tablet bearing the "Waterloo " honour above the title scroll, "Royal Scots Greys".
2nd. Dragoons. { Royal Scots Greys } Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by Bandsmen of the Regiment. A small fused grenade.
2nd. Gurkha Rifles. { King Edward\'s Own } { Sirmoor Rifles.} Fine quality queen\'s crown officers blackened with polished high-lights cross-belt plate with three screw bolts retaining the original nuts to the reverse. A pair of crossed kukri\'s with the \" ERI \" and \" RSR \" cyphers and the main honour, \" Delhi \" above the title scroll, \" King Edward\'s Own \" within a crowned wreath of laurel that carries numerous battle honours.
2nd. Infantry Division. WW II silver bullion wire embroidered example of the "Crossed keys " on a black backing. This was a pre-war Regular Army Division and after training in India joined 14th. Army for the rest of the war in the fierce jungle fighting in Burma. [Paper spots glued to reverse.]
2nd. Infantry Division. WW I old comrades enamelled watch-chain memento with small loop fitting to the top and makers details for Stewart Dawson London to the reverse. A red star between two white stars on a black enamelled oval backing.
2nd. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the white crossed keys on a black square above three red Infantry arm of service strips still affixed tom a section of battledress material.
2nd. Infantry Division. Fine quality WW II silver bullion wire embroidered on a black background slouch hat or formation sign with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed keys. This Division arrived in the Far-East in 1942 to join 14th. Army and fought in the terrible conditions of the Burmese jungles. { Moth nips to lower edge.}
2nd. King Edward\'s Horse. { King\'s Overseas Dominions Regiment } Brass WW I shoulder title, \" 2 / K E H \" { Worn only from 1914-1917 when personnel transferred to the Tank Corps.}
2nd. King Edward\'s Horse. { King\'s Overseas Dominions Regiment } King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Royal Arms to the centre of a wreath of oak and laurel bearing the title the date . \" 1914 \" and the names of the Crown Colonies represented above the motto scroll, \" Empire and Liberty \" { Raised in 1914 and disbanded after the war }
2nd. King Edward\'s Own Gurkha Rifles { Sirmoor Rifles.} Officers silver headdress badge with two loops makers details for \" F & G \" an anchor and \" 925 \" silver stamp to the reverse. the Prince of Wales\'s plumes.
2nd. Polish [Warsaw ] Armoured Division. WW II example of the winged armoured arm holding a sword on a pale khaki arched background, above a light blue / red / light blue arm of service strip affixed to a section of battledress material. Worn by Supply and Transport Units of the 2nd.Armoured Division.
2nd. Polish Armoured Division { Warsaw } WW II embroidered example of the winged armoured arm holding a sword on a pale khaki arched backing. This Division fought in Italy with the 2nd. Polish Corps.
2nd. Polish Corps. WW II silver bullion wire embroidered example of the " Sirena " mermaid on a scarlet shield backing. 2nd. Polish Corps were part of the Allied Armies in the Middle-East and Italy.
2nd.Dragoon Guards. { Queen\'s Bays } Queen\'s crown officers 1950\'s gold bullion wire embroidered cap badge. The title , \" Bays \" in Old English script to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel on a shaped dark blue backing.
2nd.Dragoon Guards. { Queen\'s Bays } Scarce king\'s crown wire embroidered NCO\'s full dress sleeve badge on an off-white backing. The title, \" Bays \" in old English script to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above the furled motto scroll.
2nd.Dragoons [Royal Scots Greys] Pair of brass shoulder titles,Greys.
2nd.Dragoons. [Royal Scots Greys.] Scarce Victorian brass bear-skin cap grenade with slider fitting and the tube and holding clip to accommodate the white plume to the reverse. The Royal Arms above St.Andrew and the honour scroll, "Waterloo" to the ball of a fused grenade.
30 Corps. WW II printed example of the black charging boar within a white circle on a black background. Originally part of the Eighth Army in North Africa 30 Corps returned home in 1944 to take part in the Normandy Landings.
303rd. { Bengal } Lines of Communication. WW II printed example of the yellow and white .303 ammunition round on a red square backing with " press-stud " fittings and a safety pin to the reverse.
304th. Independent Infantry Brigade. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the three searchlight beams in red on a blue background. This Brigade was composed of three Infantry Battalions converted from Royal Artillery Searchlight Regiments.
30th. { Lowland } Independent Armoured Brigade. Scarce printed example of the head of a Clydesdale Horse and the roman numeral \" XXX \" on a white saltire with blue backing.
31st. Battalion Imperial Yeomanry {Fincastle\'s Horse} Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 31 " to the centre of a strap bearing the title upon a five-pointed hob-nailed star.
31st. Independent Infantry Brigade. Scarce woven example of the black jerboa { Desert Rat } on a red oval backing.
31st. Independent Infantry Brigade. Woven example of the black jerboa { Desert Rat } on a red oval background.
31st. Indian Armoured Division. WW II printed unissued example of the black elephant on a green background. This Division saw service in Iraq and North Africa.
33 Anti-Aircraft Brigade. Unusual cotton vehicle pennant with embroidered 33 A / A Brigade formation signs affixed to each side. A white flash of lightening across a blue diagonal on a red square,on a blue pennant with original metal fixing bar.[Approx 14x21cms]
33 Indian Corps. WW II woven example of the white sword trident and a pair of wings on a black background. Originally raised as an Amphibious Expeditionary Force the design representing the three services similar to the Combined Operations badge. From May 1944 to May 1945 this corps travelled over 1,200 miles liberating over 55,000 square miles of enemy held territory.
33rd. Guards Brigade. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the white bayonet on the colours of the Household Brigade,blue / red / blue.
34th. Armoured Brigade. WW II woven example of the mailed gauntlet holding a spiked mace on a shield in Royal Armoured Corps colours. The 34th. fought in North-West Europe as part of 21st. Army
34th. Indian Corps. Scarce WW II printed example of the leaping black panther on a red and white circular background with press-stud fittings to the reverse.
35th. Infantry Division. Scarce WW I embroidered example of the red configuration of 7 number 5 's on a black backing. Originally formed as a " Bantam " Division this sign was taken into use in 1916. Private Butler of the West Yorkshire Regiment, 2 / Lt. Parsons of the Gloucestershire Regiment and Lt. Col. Anderson of the Highland Light Infantry were all awarded Victoria Crosses whilst serving in the Division before the end of the war.
36th. Independent Infantry Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the green and yellow Kentish cob-nut on a khaki backing. The sign was aptly chosen as the Brigade was made up from The Buffs { East Kent Regiment } and the Royal West Kent Regiment early in the war. { One small moth hole above the cob-nut, priced accordingly }
36th. Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the entwined red and white circles on a black background. The 36th. fought in the Arakan with the 5th.Indian Infantry Division before moving to Ledo under the command of General Stillwell with his Chinese - American Army, and were involved in the heavy fighting at Myitkyina and Mogaung. [Glue spots to the reverse.]
36th. Ulster Division. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Sharman Neil Belfast to the reverse. The Hand of Ulster to the centre of an oval. Worn early in WW I by the Young Citizens Volunteers
37th. Independent Infantry Brigade. Mint unissued embroidered example of the black clock face [ the hands at 7 minutes past 3 ] on a grey diamond. The 37th. was part of the original B.E.F. in the 12th. [Eastern ] Division who were attempting to stop the German advance to the Channel Ports.
37th. Regiment of Foot { North Hampshire } Superb quality near mint victorian 1855-1861 pattern officers gilt shako plate with two loops to the reverse. The number, \" 37 \" on a ground of black leather to the centre of a voided Garter Strap mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
38th. { Welsh } Division. Scarce WW I embroidered example of the \" Red Dragon of Wales \" on a black rectangular backing. This Division was made up of entirely \" Welsh \" units, including the Artillery, Engineers and Medical personnel. and was also one of the few Divisions to be able to add the additional title \" Welsh \"
39th. Independent Infantry Brigade. Printed example of the leopard on a background depicting the jungles and mountains of Kenya.
3rd. [City of London Battalion ] Royal Fusiliers Scarce WWI red on khaki embroidered shoulder title, " 3rd.London ".
3rd. [ Polish ] Carpathian Division. Scarce WW II " Plastic " sew-on formation sign reputed to have been made in Italy from a disused accordion factory. A green fir tree on the Polish colours of white and red. This Division fought in Italy and were heavily involved in the battle for Cassino.
3rd. [ Polish ] Carpathian Division. WW II embroidered example of the green fir-tree on a most unusual background colouring of blue and red. This Division joined the Eighth Army in Italy were involved in much of the heavy fighting.
3rd. /4th. County of London Yeomanry. {Sharpshooters} Scarce fine quality queen's crown officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The " CLY " monogram backed by crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the scroll, " Sharpshooters" Worn only for a short time in the 1950's before the amalgamation with the Kent Yeomanry.
3rd. Carabiniers. { Prince of Wales\'s Dragoon Guards } Scarce overseas made larger sized bi / metal foreign service helmet pagri badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes backed by crossed rifles with the title scroll across the rifle butts. { Approx 5 cms. high }
3rd. Carabiniers. { Prince of Wales\'s Dragoon Guards } Bi / metal cap with " hairpin " slider to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes backed by a pair of crossed rifles bearing the title scroll.
3rd. Carabiniers.[ Prince of Wales's Dragoon Guards. Pair of officers silver / gilt collar badges. The Prince of Wales's plumes backed by a pair of crossed rifles with the title scroll across the rifle butts.
3rd. Carpathian Division. WW II unusual embroidered locally made example of the green fir-tree on a white over red ribbed material backing. This Division fought in North Africa before joining the Eighth Army in Italy.
3rd. Corps. WW II embroidered example of the green fig-leaf on an off white backing above a Royal Artillery / Royal Engineers arm of service strip still affixed to a pale tropical shoulder strap slip-on. Probably worn in Italy or Greece.
3rd. County of London Imperial Yeomanry. {Sharpshooters} Scarce king\'s crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The letters, \" S S \" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel.
3rd. County of London Yeomanry [ Sharpshooters ] WW II embroidered yellow on green shoulder title, "Sharpshooters "
3rd. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } Extremely rare white metal sleeve badge worn only from 1903-1909 by the members of " Cock Troop " 3rd. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } A cockerel upon the " Sharpshooters " title scroll.
3rd. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } Scarce king's crown white metal senior NCO's sleeve badge with two loops and very dark green shaped backing cloth to the reverse. A pair of crossed rifles surmounted by the crown above the scroll, " Sharpshooters "
3rd. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } Scarce brass shoulder title, " S S " worn only from 1902-1908.
3rd. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } Superb quality officers silver / gilt cap badge with two blades { folded over } to the reverse. The " CLY " monogram backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a circlet bearing the title above the scroll, " Sharpshooters "
3rd. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } Scarce brass shoulder title, " Y / R T C " Worn by the Regiment in the 1920's as " 23rd.{ London } Armoured Car Company { Sharpshooters } Royal Tank Corps.
3rd. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } Group of six medium and small sized buttons in gilt bronze and brass in two different patterns.
3rd. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } King's crown brass NCO's sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. A pair of crossed rifles above the " Sharpshooters " scroll surmounted by the crown. { Approx 5 cms high }
3rd. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } Rare king's crown officers bronze and silver cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The silver monogram " CLY " mounted upon a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above a scroll with the subsidiary title, " Sharpshooters "
3rd. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } Superb quality officers silver gilt cap and collar badge. A pair of crossed rifles above the scroll, " Sharpshooters " surmounted by the crown. { Officially worn on the officers collar, but many photographs show it also worn on the forage cap.} " Uniforms of the Yeomanry-by Barlow and Smith -page 2 and end pictures }
3rd. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } Rare brass semi-circular shoulder title, " Sharpshooters "
3rd. County of London Yeomanry {Sharpshooters} Scarce king\'s crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A pair of crossed rifles surmounted by the crown above the title scroll, \" Sharpshooters \"
3rd. County of London Yeomanry {Sharpshooters} Scarce king\'s crown silvered senior NCO\'s sleeve badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed rifles above the scroll, \" Sharpshooters \" surmounted by the crown.
3rd. County of London Yeomanry {Sharpshooters} King\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The \" CLY \" monogram backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the furled scroll, \" Sharpshooters.\"
3rd. County of London Yeomanry {Sharpshooters} Queen's crown officers gold bullion wire with green backing embroidered beret badge. The " CLY " monogram backed by crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the scroll, " Sharpshooters "
3rd. County of London Yeomanry {Sharpshooters} Scarce section of a WW II battledress bearing the yellow on dark green shoulder title, " Sharpshooters " and the green / gold / buff / green ribbon shoulder strap Regimental distinction slip-on.
3rd. County of London Yeomanry {Sharpshooters} Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The number, \" 3 \" backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the scroll, \" Sharpshooters \"
3rd. County of London Yeomanry. Sharpshooters Bronze king\'s crown officers service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The number \" 3 \" backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet beating the title above the South Africa honour scroll.
3rd. County of London Yeomanry. {Sharpshooters} Fine quality very scarce king's crown officers 1905-1909 silver / gilt mess dress collar badge with two loops to the reverse. A pair of crossed rifles above the number " 3 " and " County of London - Sharpshooters " scrolls surmounted by the crown upon the South Africa honour scroll.
3rd. Dragoon Guards. Scarce black on khaki embroidered shoulder strap slip-on, " 3.D.G " with canvas loop to the reverse.
3rd. Dragoon Guards.[ Prince of Wales's ] Other ranks bi / metal victorian full dress helmet plate with four screw bolts to the reverse. The number " 3 " on a black leather ground to the centre of a Garter Strap mounted upon a multi-rayed star pate. [ Plate is in uncleaned condition,removed from an old display frame.]
3rd. Dragoon Guards.[Prince of Wales's ] Rare officers sil / gilt field service cap badge with two long loops and makers details for Gaunt [Late Jennens] London to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes above the title scroll.
3rd. Dragoon Guards.[Prince of Wales's ] Scarce hallmarked silver NCO's arm badge with three silver loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes bearing Birmingham hallmarks for 1901,to the centre plume and the reverse. [ This pattern also worn by the 10th.Royal Hussars and the 12th.Lancers[Prince of Wales's Royal ]
3rd. Dragoon Guards.[Prince of Wales's ] Scarce embroidered black on "Jungle-green " shoulder strap slip-on, " 3 D.G" with loop to the reverse bearing indistinct issue stamps.
3rd. Dragoon Guards.{ Prince of Wales\'s } Scarce pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges with makers details for \" J & Co. \" to the reverse. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the furled title scroll, \" 3rd. Dragoon Guards \"
3rd. Dragoon Guards.{ Prince of Wales\'s } Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the furled title scroll.
3rd. Gurkha Rifles. Small black-brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. A pair of crossed kukri\'s surmounted by the number, \" 3 \" { Approx 2.5 cms high }
3rd. Hussars. [King's Own ] Bi / metal first pattern cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover above the title scroll.
3rd. Hussars. [King's Own] Victorian pattern bi / metal cap badge with three loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover above the title scroll. [See information in item 21844 ]
3rd. Hussars. [King's Own] Pair of officers silvered collar badge with indistinct makers mark to the reverse of one.
3rd. Hussars. [King's Own] Pair of white metal other ranks collar badges still retaining original light blue shaped backing material.
3rd. Hussars. { King\'s Own } Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover above the title scroll.
3rd. Indian Armoured Brigade. Scarce WW II printed example of the red and black " 14th Army " formation sign on a yellow backing as worn by the 3rd. Indian Armoured Brigade. [ Evidence of " Press-Studs " removed from the reverse.]
3rd. Indian Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the yellow " Chinthern " on a circular blue backing. This Division was better known as " Chindits " and as part of 14th. Army under the command of Major- General Orde Wingate made history with their long range jungle penetration exploits behind enemy lines.
3rd. Indian Infantry Division. { Chindits } Fine WW II embroidered and slightly padded example of the yellow \" Chinthern \" on a blue circular backing with two loops and a split-pin fitting to the reverse. This Division was better know as \" The Chindits \" and as part of the 14th.Army under the command of Major-General Ord Wingate D.S.O. became very well known for their long range penetration expeditions into enemy-held territory.
3rd. Infantry Division. WW II printed unissued example of the red inverted triangle within a black triangle. The 3rd. was a Regular Army Division and as the Assault Division of Second Army landed on the beaches of Normandy on the 6th. June 1944.
3rd. Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Officers multi-piece construction cross-belt plate with four screw bolts [ Two with original nuts ] and makers / retailers details for Silver London to the reverse. The number " 3 " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel mounted upon a maltese cross. [ Approx 7 x 7 cms ] [ See also my item 24074 ]
3rd. Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Victorian black-brass NCO\'S pouch belt plate with two screw bolts to the reverse. The floriated number, \" 3 \" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel.{ Approv 5.5 cms high } { See my item 24329 for officers example }
3rd. Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Scarce officers silvered pouch belt plate with two screw bolts and makers / retailers details for Silver & Co. London to the reverse. The floriated number " 3 " to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a crowned wreath of laurel. [ Approx 5.5 cms high] [ See my items 24074 and 24044 ]
3rd. Middlesex Royal Westminster [Light Infantry ] Militia. Rare officers Victorian white metal helmet plate with two [of three ] loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn and a shield bearing the Arms of Westminster and Middlesex on a ground of black velvet to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, "3rd.Or Royal Westminster Middlesex ". Around the centre a wreath of laurel carrying the unusual honour "Mediterranean" all mounted upon a multi-rayed star plate surmounted by the crown.
3rd./ 4th. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } Scarce queen's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The " CLY " monogram to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the scroll, " Sharpshooters ". Worn in the 1950's before the amalgamation with the Kent Yeomanry.
3rd.Anti-Aircraft Corps. Scarce mint condition silk woven example of the three red crescents on a red / white / red rectangle. This Corps originally covered Scotland and Northern Ireland and was made up of 3rd. 7th. and 12th. Anti-Aircraft Divisions,liasing with numbers 13 and 14 R.A.F. Groups.
3rd.Indian Infantry Division. { Chindits } WW II embroidered example of the yellow Chinthern on a circular blue backing with press-stud fittings to the reverse. This Division was better known as \" The Chindits \" and as part of 14th. Army under the command of Major-General Orde Wingate became famous for their long-range jungle penetration expeditions behind enemy lines
4 / 7th. Dragoon Guards. White metal NCO's sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The Coronet and roman numerals " IV-VII " to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto and " MCMXXII " on an eight-pointed star. { Early pattern with " Serrated edges to the star }
404th. { East Bengal } Lines of Communication. Very fine quality example of the silver bullion wire " Paddy-Bird " on a scarlet backing with " hooks and eyes " to the reverse.
404th.[East Bengal] Lines of Communication Area. WW II embroidered example of the white "paddy-bird " on a red background with original heavy brooch pin fitting to the reverse.
40th.Infantry Division. Printed example of the yellow and red cock bird on a black background,formed in the late 1940's.
42nd.Armoured Division. Embroidered example of the white square within a red square. [Sign worn on its point in diamond fashion,not as shown as a square] The 42nd. was formed in 1941 from the 42nd.[East Lancashire] Infantry Division who wore the same formation sign.
43rd. & 52nd. - Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Rare hallmarked silver cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Senior Bandmaster for the Regiment. The Regiments old pre 1881 " Foot " numbers, " 43 & 52 " to the centre of a strung and engraved bugle horn bearing London hallmarks for 1949 to the mouth of the bugle.
43rd. Indian Army Lorried Infantry Brigade. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the two white crossed Kukris on a dark green backing. Originally part of the 31st.Indian Armoured Division this Brigade was dispatched to Italy joining the 1st. Armoured Division to attack the Gothic Line before advancing with the Indian Polish British and New Zealand forces fighting in the Po Valley.
43rd. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the golden-yellow wyvern on a dark blue backing that has been over-embroidered. The 43rd. Division was composed mainly of Territorial units from the West-Country and formed part of the Home Forces until June 1944 when the Division landed on the beaches in Normandy as part of 21st. Army Group.
43rd. Infantry Division. Printed example of the golden-yellow Wessex Wyvern on a dark blue backing. This Division was composed of units from the West Country and after being part of the Home Forces joined 21st. Army Group for the Normandy landings in June 1944.
43rd. Infantry Division. { Wessex } WW II embroidered example of the golden yellow Wyvern on a dark blue backing. Composed mainly of units from the West Country the Division landed in Normandy in June 1944 as part of 21st.Army Group.
44th. Home Counties Infantry Division. Embroidered example of the shield bearing Dover Castle and the White Cliffs within a red oval with a white border.
44th. Indian Airborne Division. WW II printed example of the light blue Pegasus and "India " title on a maroon background.
44th. Indian Airborne Division. WW II Uncommon embroidered example of the light blue Pegasus and the title, " India " on a maroon backing.
44th. Infantry Division Home Counties Mint unissued example of the yellow trident and border on a red oval backing.
45 Signal Regiment [Essex] T.A. Embroidered example of the white seaxes within a black shield on a red background.[Mothed edge]
45th. Infantry Division. { West Country } WW II printed example of the yellow " Drake's Drum " on a khaki backing above a single red arm of service strip affixed to a section of battledress material. Formed from South-Western County Territorials to train and re-supply Infantry Divisions.
45th.Infantry Division. { West Country } WW II embroidered example of the red blue and yellow, \" Drake\'s Drum \" on a khaki background. Composed of Territorial units from the South-Western Counties Serving in the Home Forces as a Training and re-supplying Formation. { Old glue spots to reverse.}
46th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the " Sherwood Forest Oak " that has been overstitched in coloured woollen thread on a very faded backing. This Division fought in North Africa before being amongst the first troops to land at Salerno in Italy with the American Forces.
46th. Infantry Division. [ North Midlands ] WW II printed example of the green and brown " Sherwood Forest Oak " on a black square backing. This Division was part of 1st. Army in Tunisia and then landed in Italy with the American 5th Army at Salerno. [Paper stuck to the reverse ]
47th. Infantry Division / London Irish Rifles. Rare WW II example of the printed red " Bow Bells " on a black background above a single dark green arm-of-service strip above the dark green / black London Irish Rifles Battalion sign,all still affixed to a section of khaki battledress material.
47th. Infantry Division. { London } Printed example of the pair of bells { Bow Bells } in red on a black backing. Originally part of the Home Forces used in the defence of London the 47th. Division then became a training formation.
47th. Infantry Division. { London } Embroidered example of the white star within a blue border on a black background. { Dutch Tile } { Also worn later by the 47th. Signal Regiment.} { Paper stuck to the reverse.}
48th. Company Imperial Yeomanry- North Somerset. Superb and very rare headdress badge in gilt and egg-shell blue enamel with two loops to the reverse worn by the Commander--in-Chief's Yeomanry Escort. The Cypher of Lord Roberts on an egg-shell blue background to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " Commander in Chief's Yeomanry Escort South African Field Force " with small extensions to the side and base carrying the motto and " 1900 " date. Presented personally by Field -Marshal Lord Roberts to the men of the Escort.
48th. Infantry Division / Royal Ulster Rifles. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the blue Macaw on a red diamond within a blue circle above two dark green arm of service strips still affixed to a section of battledress material. Worn by the 7th. Battalion royal Ulster Rifles,144th. Infantry Brigade, 48th. Infantry Division.
48th. Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example off the blue Macaw on a red diamond above two red Infantry arm of service strips still affixed to a section of battledress material. The 48th.Division was composed of Territorial units from Gloucestershire,Berkshire,Buckinghamshire,Worcestershire,and Warwickshire. [Mothing to top left side.]
48th.Infantry Division [South Midland] Embroidered example of the red and blue \"Macaw\" worn by the 48th. who were a training unit for the Home Forces. The division was mostly made up of Territorial units from Berkshire,Gloucestershire,Buckinghamshire,Worcestershire,and Warwickshire.
49th. Independent Infantry Brigade. Printed example of the two yellow capital letter " K " 's on a green square within a khaki border. [ Incorrect ink notation to the reverse ] [ Thought to represent " Korea and Kenya " where the Brigade fought ]
49th. Infantry Division. Early printed example of the white polar bear on an ice-berg on a black background. Composed of mainly Yorkshire units the 49th. Division spent the early war years in Iceland before joining 21st. Army Group in June 1944 for the Normandy Landings by which time the polar bear had changed to a \" Head-up \" appearance.
49th. Infantry Division. White metal formation sign with original back-plate screw-bolt fitting and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose. Officially replaced by the " Polar-Bear " but still seem worn into WW II .
49th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the white polar bear on an ice-flow on a black background. Composed mainly of Yorkshire Units the 49th. spent the early years of the war in Iceland before joining 21st. Army Group for the Normandy landings,by which time the polar bear had assumed a " Heads-up " appearance. { Slight Staining }
49th. Infantry Division. WW II screen printed example of the white polar bear on an ice-floe on a black background. This Division composed mainly of units from Yorkshire spent the early years of the war in Iceland before joining 21st.Army Group for the Normandy landings in June 1944 ,by which time the bear had adopted a more aggressive \" Heads-up \" stance.
49th. Regiment of Foot { Hertfordshire Princess Charlotte of Wales\'s } Scarce 1875 pattern brass collar badge. The China Dragon.
49th. Regiment of Foot { Princess Charlotte of Wales\'s Hertfordshire Regiment } Victorian other ranks brass P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The " China Dragon " and the number " 49 " to the centre of crowned furled scrolls bearing the titles. { 1st. Battalion Berkshire Regiment { Princess Charlotte of Wales's } { See my item -25675 for this mans collar badges }
49th. Regiment of Foot { Princess Charlotte of Wales\'s Hertfordshire Regiment } Rare pair of 1880's brass collar badges. The " China Dragon " with two tails. { Belonged to the same soldier as the 49th Glengarry badge- My item-25670 } { Loops slightly squeezed in-removed from display board }
4th / 7th. Dragoon Guards. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A coronet and the Cross of St. George to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto and date upon a multi-rayed star.
4th. / 7th. Dragoon Guards. WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on," 4 / 7 DG" [Canvas tape to reverse absent.]
4th. Anti-Aircraft Division. WW II printed example of the three blue buckles on a red inverted triangle. Early in the war the 4th. A / A Division were responsible for the defence of Birmingham,later changing to Manchester and Liverpool.
4th. Armoured Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the black jerboa { Desert Rat } on an off-white backing. This Armoured Brigade fought with the Eighth Army in the Middle-East and then later joined 21st. Army Group in North-West Europe. { Well used with ragged top edge.}
4th. County of London Yeomanry { Sharpshooters } King\'s crown bi/ metal field service cap badge worn by the Regiment in WW II . The number \" 4 \" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title backed by a pair of crossed rifles above the scroll, \" Sharpshooters \"
4th. County of London Yeomanry. { Sharpshooters } Superb quality king's crown hallmarked silver and enamel sweetheart with brooch pin fitting makers details for " W.& H " and Birmingham hallmarks for 1940 to the reverse. The number " 4 " backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a green enamelled circlet bearing the title above the green enamel " Sharpshooters " scroll surmounted by the red enamel inset crown.
4th. County of London Yeomanry. { Sharpshooters } Scarce brass shoulder title, " 4 C L Y / Sharpshooters " with makers details for Walker & Hall Sheffield and original owners initials to the reverse.
4th. County of London Yeomanry. { Sharpshooters } Scarce cast brass shoulder title, " 4 C L Y "
4th. County of London Yeomanry. { Sharpshooters } King's crown bi / metal collar badge worn as a field service cap badge in WW II with two loops to the reverse. The number " 4 " backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the scroll, " Sharpshooters "
4th. Dragoon Guards { Royal Irish } Scarce white metal NCO's sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The Star of the Order of St. Patrick.
4th. Dragoon Guards { Royal Irish } Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Order of St. Patrick above the title scroll, \" 4th.Royal Irish D.Guards \"
4th. Dragoon Guards { Royal Irish } B i / metal other ranks full dress helmet plate with four screw bolts with original nuts to the reverse. The number, \" 4 \" on a black leather ground to the centre of a Garter Strap mounted upon a multi-rayed star plate { Lowest point of the star absent, priced accordingly }
4th. Dragoon Guards { Royal Irish } Brass shoulder title, \" 4 D G \"
4th. Dragoon Guards. Royal Irish Pair of other ranks white metal collar badges. The Star of the Order of St. Patrick.
4th. Guards Brigade. Silk woven example of the white " ever open eye " and the roman numeral " IV " on a shield of Household Brigade colours.
4th. Hussars [ Queen's Own ] King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The roman numeral " IV " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the motto scroll. [ Original owners identification marks to the slider ]
4th. Hussars [ Queen's Own ] Victorian other ranks bi / metal cap badge with two [ Slightly squeezed in ] loops to the reverse. The roman numeral " IV " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
4th. Hussars [Queen's Own] King's crown silvered NCO's sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The "QOH" cypher, the roman numeral "IV" and the motto scroll, "Mente Et Manu " surmounted by the crown.
4th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the red diving eagle on a black background. This was the first Indian Division to go into action in WW II being involved in the fierce fighting in North Africa from Sidi Barrani right through to El Alamein.
4th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the first pattern red eagle on a black background. This was the first Indian Division to see \" Action \" during the war, being involved in the fierce fighting in North Africa from Sidi Barrani right through to El Alamain.{Old glue spots to reverse}
4th. Infantry Division / Royal Fusiliers. WW II printed example of the red circle with one quadrant displaced on a white backing above a brass " R F " shoulder title still affixed to a tropical shoulder strap slip-on. Probably worn as part of the Central Mediterranean Force in Italy or Greece.
4th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the red circle with one quarter displaced on a white background still affixed to a pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on. Worn by the Division as part of the First Army in Italy or Greece.
4th.County of London Yeomanry {Sharpshooters} Rare bi /metal king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The number " 4 " backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a circlet bearing the title above the scroll, " Sharpshooters "
5 Corps. WW II embroidered example of the white Viking Longship on a black backing. 5 Corps formed part of N.W.E.F. in Norway in 1940 before joining First Army in North Africa until the surrender of the Axis Forces. After this 5 Corps joined Eighth Army for the Sicily and Italy landings.
50 / 51 / 52 Commando. Scarce cast brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A knuckleduster fighting knife.
50 / 51 / 52 Commando. Scarce locally made silver plated cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A knuckleduster knife.
50th {Northumbrian} Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the two red letter " T " 's on a black square backing. This much travelled Division fought in North Africa at El Alamein and Tripoli before landing in Sicily being heavily engaged in the fighting to secure the Island. Withdrawn back to England in 1944 to prepare for the Normandy landings in June.
50th. { Northumbrian } Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the two letter, \" T\'s \" on a black square. This much travelled division fought in the Western-Desert, and the landings in Sicily before being withdrawn to England to join 21st. Army Group for the Normandy landings in June 1944.
50th. Independent Infantry Brigade. Printed unissued example of the yellow lion and white book on a blue background. [Inked notation to reverse ]
50th. Infantry Division [ Northumbrian ] WW II embroidered example of the two letter " T " 's on a black square backing. This was a much-travelled Division being engaged in the fierce fighting in North Africa and the landings in Sicily before being brought back to England for the Normandy landings in June 1944. [ Paper spots to the reverse.]
51st.{ Highland } Division / Black Watch. WW II tropical pale k.d. shoulder strap bearing the printed red \" H D \" in a circle on a blue backing of the 51st. Highland Division below a section of Black Watch tartan.
51st.Independent Infantry Brigade. Printed example of the black swan in a white circle on a black square.
52nd. [ Lowland ] Infantry Division. Scarce WW I embroidered example of the large letter " L " and a shield bearing St. Andrew's cross and a thistle on a khaki backing.
52nd. Infantry Division.{ Lowland } WW II embroidered example of the white saltire on a blue shield worn above the white on blue title, " Mountain." This Division was originally trained for mountain warfare, but instead were destined to join 21st. Army Group for the Normandy Landings in June 1944.
52nd. Regiment of Foot [ Oxfordshire ] Victorian officers gilt 1869 - 1878 pattern shako plate with two loops to the reverse. The number " 52" between the strings of the bugle horn to the centre of a Garter Strap within a crowned wreath of laurel. [ Very little gilt remaining ]
52nd. Regiment of Foot [ Oxfordshire Light Infantry ] Brass other ranks P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 52 " between the strings of a bugle horn.
52nd. Regiment of Foot [Oxfordshire] Scarce Victorian officers gilt 1861-1869 "Quilted" pattern shako plate with two loops to the reverse. The number "52" and a strung bugle horn to the centre of a Garter Strap mounted upon a crowned,multi-rayed star plate. [Star plate slightly dulled to brass]
52nd. Regiment of Foot. [Oxfordshire ] Brass Victorian other ranks 1869 - 1871 pattern shako plate with two loops to the reverse. The voided numerals "52" to the centre of a Garter Strap within a crowned wreath of laurel.
52nd.Regiment of Foot { Oxfordshire } Scarce white metal officers headdress badge now with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The number " 52 " to the centre of a bugle horn with strings.
53rd. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the large red letter " W " on a khaki backing. As part of 21st. Army Group this Division landed in Normandy in June and were engaged in the fierce fighting at Caen and Falaise and from there to the Ardennes before crossing the Rhine into Germany.
53rd. Infantry Division. [ Welsh ] Late war woven example of the red letter " W " on a khaki backing. As part of 21st. Army Group the 53rd. fought in the fierce fighting through Normandy and Belgium right through to Germany.
53rd. Infantry Division. {Welsh } Pair of WW II embroidered examples of the red stylized letter " W " on a khaki rectangle As part of 21st. Army Group this Division landed in Normandy in June 1944 and were engaged in much of the hard fighting at Caen and Falaise. {One small moth hole}
54th. Infantry Division [ East Anglian ] WW II printed example of the blue " JP " monogram on a red circle. Also worn by the 162nd. Independent Infantry Brigade as part of the 21st.Army Group in North-West Europe.
55th. Infantry Division. Superb quality privately made embroidered 55th. Infantry Division formation sign. The red rose of Lancashire with green stem and leaves on a circular khaki backing.
55th. Infantry Division. WW I embroidered example of the red Rose of Lancashire on a green stem with seven leaves to each side on a circular khaki backing. { After WW I the sign changed to 5 leaves each side = 55 }
55th. Infantry Division. Embroidered "Paste-back " example of the red Lancashire Rose on a green stem with five petals each side { 5 and 5 = 55.} on a khaki rectangular backing. Composed of Territorial units from Liverpool and West Lancashire.
55th. Infantry Division. WW I well-used embroidered example of the red rose of Lancashire with a green stem with seven leaves to each side on a khaki backing with section of tunic still affixed to the reverse. { After WW I the sign changed to 5 leaves each side = 55 }
55th. Infantry Division. { West Lancashire } WW II circular embroidered example of the Red Lancashire Rose on a stem bearing five green leaves to each side. As part of the Home Forces the 55th. Division was used in a training role.
55th. Infantry Division. { West Lancashire } Embroidered example of the red rose of Lancashire with a green stem bearing five leaves each side { 5 and 5 = 55th. } on a pale tropical backing. Formed from Territorial units from Liverpool and West Lancashire.
56th. Armoured Division [ London ] Embroidered first pattern example of the red sword and blue knight's helmet on a white backing.
56th. Armoured Division. [ London ] Embroidered example of the black cat [ Dick Wittington's ] and the Sword of London on a red backing.
56th.Armoured Division [London] Printed un-issued example of the black cat [Dick Wittington's] and the sword of the City of London on a red square.
59th. Regiment of Foot. [ Nottinghamshire ] Victorian brass other ranks pre 1881 P / T glengarry badge with two brass loops to the reverse. The number " 59 " to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above the title scroll, " 2nd.Nottinghamshire ".
59th.Infantry Division.{ Staffordshire } WW II embroidered example of the blue rectangle bearing a red pit-head winding gear and a black " slag-heap" . Originally part of the Home Forces the 59th. Division composed mainly of Staffordshire Territorial units, joined 21st. Army Group in 1944 for the Normandy landings.
5th. City of London Battalion London Rifle Brigade White metal king's crown cap badge with slider fitting bearing makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Royal Arms to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and South Africa honour,backed by the Sword and Mace of the City of London within a crowned wreath of oak that carries multiple WW I battle honours,the Regiment's motto scroll and the shield of the City Arms.
5th. City of London Battalion { London rifle Brigade } Scarce locally made variant pattern officers shoulder title, " L R B "
5th. City of London Battalion { London rifle Brigade } Black-brass shoulder title, " T / 5 / City of London" complete with original shaped brass back-plate.
5th. City of London Battalion { London Rifle Brigade } King\'s crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Royal Arms to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title and South Africa honour backed by the Sword and Mace of the City of London within a wreath of oak above the motto scroll and a shield carrying the City Arms. { Unusual fully voided pattern.}
5th. City of London Battalion { London Rifle Brigade } King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Royal Arms to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and the South African honour backed by the Sword and Mace of the City of London within a crowned wreath of oak that carries multiple WW I battle honours,the motto scroll and the Arms of the City of London. { Non-Voided pattern of my item 24088 }
5th. City of London Battalion { London rifle Brigade } Fine quality king's crown officers sterling silver cap badge with two silver loops and a " Sterling " stamp to the reverse. The Royal Arms on a shield to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and South Africa honour backed by the crossed Sword and Mace of the City of London within a crowned wreath of oak that carries multiple honour scrolls the motto, and the shield of the City of London.
5th. City of London Battalion { London rifle Brigade } - Cadets. King's crown black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Arms to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of oak backed by the Sword and Mace with the motto scroll, City Arms and " Cadets " scroll below.
5th. Dragoon Guards Victorian bi / metal cap badge with two black loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover and " V / D G " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto.
5th. Dragoon Guards. Scarce pair of king\'s crown officers bronze service dress collar badges. The White Horse of Hanover and \" V D G \" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto.
5th. Dragoon Guards. King\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover and \" V D G \" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto.
5th. Dragoon Guards. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" 5 D G \"
5th. Dragoon Guards. Other ranks bi / metal full dress helmet plate with four screw bolts to the reverse. The number " 5 " to the centre of an oval Garter Strap mounted upo a multi-rayed star plate.
5th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the red " Ball of Fire " on a black backing still affixed to a jungle green k.d. shoulder strap " hanger " This Division fought in the Western Desert before joining 14th. Army in Burma and was the first Division ashore at Singapore.
5th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II embroidered example of the red " Ball of Fire " on a black background affixed to a pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on. This Division endured heavy fighting in North Africa at Tobruk and El Alamein before moving to the Far-East to join Fourteenth Army. { Red ball is not torn it is loose weave. }
5th. Infantry Division / Northamptonshire Regiment. Printed example of the white letter " Y" on a khaki square above three red Infantry arm of service strips and one black strip [Northamptonshire Regiment ] ,still affixed to a section of battledress material.
5th. Infantry Division. Embroidered example of the white letter " Y " on a circular black backing above a single green " Rifle Regiment " arm of service strip still affixed to a section of battledress material.
5th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the white letter, \" Y \" on a brown background still affixed to a pale tropical herringbone patterned shoulder strap hanger with two press-studs to the reverse. Almost certainly worn by this much-travelled Division in Sicily or Italy.
5th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the white letter " Y " on a light brown backing. This much-travelled Division fought a rear-guard action for the troops withdrawing to Dunkirk and then joined the Home Forces before being sent to North-Africa for the Sicily and Italy landings.{ Slight Staining.}
5th. Infantry Division. Embroidered example of the white letter "Y" on a black circular backing above a single red Infantry arm of service strip,still affixed to a section of battledress material.
5th. Inniskilling Dragoon Guards. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The " VDG " monogram surmounted by the crown.
5th. Lancers [ Royal Irish] Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The number " 5 " to the centre of a pair of crossed cavalry lances within a circlet bearing the motto," Quis Separabit ".
5th. Lancers { Royal Irish } / 8th. Hussars.{ King\'s Royal Irish.} King's crown white metal NCO's sleeve insignia with two loops and original shaped green cloth backing to the reverse. The crowned Angel Harp. This pattern was worn by both Regiments.
5th. Lancers, { Royal Irish } Fine quality early pattern bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 5 " backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto, " Quis Separabit "
5th. Lancers, { Royal Irish } Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The number, \" 5 \" backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto.
5th. Lancers, { Royal Irish } / 8th.Hussars { King\'s Royal Irish.} King\'s crown white metal NCO\'s sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The crowned Angel Harp. { Same badge worn by both Regiments}
5th. Lancers. [ Royal Irish ] Brass shoulder title, " 5L " with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse.
5th. Lancers. [ Royal Irish ] / 8th. Hussars [ King's Royal Irish ] Pair of king's crown brass collar badges. The Angel Harp surmounted by the crown.
5th. Lancers. [ Royal Irish ] / 8th. Hussars [ King's Royal Irish ] Scarce pair of victorian officers ? gilt collar badges. The Angel Harp surmounted by the crown.
5th. Regiment of Foot. [ Northumberland Fusiliers.] Brass other ranks P / T glengarry grenade with two brass loops to the reverse. The voided number " 5 " to the centre of a strap bearing the motto upon the ball of a fused grenade.
5th. Royal Gurkha Rifles. Unmarked silver field service cap badge or sweetheart brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. The number " 5 " surmounted by the Royal Crest within a pair of crossed kukris.
5th. West Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Officers victorian multi-piece construction pouch belt plate with two screw bolts and makers / retailers details for Silver & Co. London to the reverse. The number " 5 " to the centre of a pierced circlet bearing the title, " West Middlesex " mounted upon a multi-rayed crowned star. [ Approx 5.5 cms high ] [ See also item 24369 ]
5th. West Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Scarce king's crown officers multi-piece construction small pattern pouch-belt plate with two screw bolts to the reverse. The number " 5 " to the centre of a voided circlet bearing the title " West Middlesex Rifles " on a crowned multi-rayed star. [ Approx 5 cms high ] [ See item 24014 also ]
5th. West Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Scarce victorian NCO's blackened small pattern multi-piece pouch badge with two screw bolts to the reverse. The number " 5 " to the centre of a circlet bearing the " West Middlesex Rifles " title upon a crowned multi-rayed star. { See my item 24014 for officers pattern } { Approx 5 cms high }
5th./ 6th. Dragoons. Scarce cast brass shoulder title " V.VI / D " with three integral lugs to the reverse. Worn only from 1922-1927 when the Regiment was redesignated " 5th. Inniskilling Dragoon Guards "
5th.Dragoon Guards. Pair of other ranks victorian collar badges. The white horse and " V. D.G. " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto. [ Very slight colour difference]
5th.Inniskilling Dragoon Guards Scarce gold bullion wire embroidered king's crown officers cap badge. The " VDG " monogram surmounted by the crown on a scarlet backing.
60th. Regiment of Foot { King\'s Royal Rifle Corps } Scarce officers victorian silver plated helmet plate with broad tapering slider fitting to the reverse designed to be worn on the white foreign service helmet. The number " 60 " and a bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross with honours to each arm surmounted by the crown and a tablet carrying the main honour, " Peninsula ". { Now with red cloth backing for display }
62nd. Regiment of Foot. { Wiltshire } Scarce brass other ranks P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 62 " to the centre of a strap bearing " Wiltshire " on a large maltese cross bearing four of the Regiments main battle honours.{ very slight "nick " out of the reverse of the lower cross arm, not noticeable from the front }
66th. Regiment of Foot.{ Berkshire } Victorian officers gilt 1855-1861 pattern shako plate with two loops to the reverse. The number, \" 66 \" on a ground of black leather to the centre of a voided Garter Strap mounted upon a multi-rayed crowned star plate. { Gilt slightly dulled }
68th. Regiment of Foot { Durham Light Infantry } Scarce vicrorian officers 1855- silver / gilt shoulder belt plate with two hooks and studs to the reverse. Double scrolls bearing six of the Regiment's main honours with the number " 68 " to the centre of a strung bugle horn within a wreath of laurel and palm surmounted by the crown of a style unique to the Regiment. { See Parkyn's book item 463.} { Gilt to the edges dulled by cleaning }
6th. [ Inniskilling ] Dragoons. Pair of other ranks white metal collar badges. The castle of Enniskillen.
6th. [Inniskilling ] Dragoons. Superb and rare NCO's hallmarked silver arm badge with three loops and makers stamp for "WTM" to the reverse. The Castle of Enniskillen above the title scroll, "Inniskilling " with London hallmarks for 1878 and the makers stamp "WTM" to the centre of the castle's brickwork. [Slight dark stain to the reverse.]
6th. / 70th. Infantry Division. WW II example of the red four-pointed star \" let-into \" a pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on. This Division fought with distinction in the Western Desert especially at Mersa Matruh and at Tobruk where the Division was sent to relieve the Australians. It was here that the Division was re-designated \" 70th. \" as a security measure to confuse the enemy.
6th. Anti-Aircraft Division. Painted example of the "Target" sign worn by the 6th.,who were responsible for the defences of the Thames Estuary,Essex and North Kent.This meant that they were in action continually,as they were covering the approaches to London!
6th. Armoured Division. WW II uncommon printed example of the mailed gauntlet in white on a black square background. As part of the First Army 6th. Armoured served in North Africa before joining the Eighth Army's fierce fighting up through Italy.
6th. Battalion City of London Regiment. King\'s crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross carrying the South Africa honour to the upper arm surmounted by the crown upon the motto tablet, \" Domine Dirige Nos.\"
6th. City of London Battalion-London Regiment. Black-brass shoulder title complete with original shaped brass back-plate,T / 6 / City of London. Worn by the 6th.[City of London ] Battalion London Regiment [City of London Rifles] [Some blacking loss.]
6th. City of London Battalion. King's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross carrying the South Africa honour surmounted by the crown and motto tablet, " Domine Dirige Nos "
6th. Dragoon Guards Carabiniers Victorian bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The " VI / DG " to the centre of a crowned oval Garter Strap backed by a pair of crossed rifles with the " Carabiniers " scroll across the rifle butts.
6th. Dragoon Guards [ Carabineers ] King's crown brass other ranks undress sabretache badge with four screw bolt fittings to the reverse. A pair of crossed muskets upon a crowned oval bearing the title, " The Carabiners " within a continuous ribbon scroll bearing numerous battle honours. [ Approx 10 x 8 cms.]
6th. Dragoon Guards. [ Carabiniers ] Pair of king's crown bi / metal other ranks collar badges. A crowned Garter Strap backed by a pair of crossed rifles with " VI DG " to the centre above the " Carabiniers " scroll.
6th. Dragoon Guards. { Carabineers} Scarce officers king's crown silver / gilt foreign service helmet pagri badge with original brooch pin fitting and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A crowned oval Garter Strap backed by a pair of crossed rifles with " VI DG " to the centre and the title, " Carabineers " across the rifle butts
6th. Dragoon Guards. { Carabiniers} King\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A crowned oval Garter strap with, \" V I / D G \" to the centre backed by a pair of crossed rifles with the \" Carabiniers \" scroll across the rifle butts.
6th. Dragoons. [ Inniskilling ] Victorian / Edwardian pattern bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Castle of Enniskillen above the title scroll, " Iniskilling ".
6th. Dragoons. { Inniskilling } scarce pair of early pattern officers bronze service dress collar badges. Enniskillen Castle above the scroll, \" Inniskilling \" { Approx 3.5 x 3.5 cms }
6th. Guards Tank Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the golden sword and the colours of the Household Brigade on a white shield. Formed from the Guards Armoured Division the 6th. served as an Independent Tank Brigade in 21st. Army Group in North- West Europe.
6th. Guards Tank Brigade. WW II printed / painted example of the white shield bearing a golden yellow sword on a diagonal band of Household Brigade colours. Originally part of the Guards Armoured Division the " 6th. Guards " became an Independent Tank Brigade with 21st. Army Group in North-West Europe.
6th. Gurkha Rifles. { Queen Elizabeth\'s Own.} Fine quality officers silver-plated cross-belt plate with shaped back-plate and four screw bolts with original nuts to the reverse. A pair of crowned crossed kukri\'s and the number \" 6 \" to the centre of a maltese cross within a wreath of laurel bearing numerous battle honours surmounted by the crown upon the tablet, \" Sari Bair \"
6th. Inniskilling Dragoons. Fine quality small silver hallmarked sweetheart badge with brooch pin fitting makers details for \" M R \" and Birmingham hallmarks for 1898 to the reverse. The Castle of Enniskillen.
6th. South African Armoured Division. WW II embroidered example of the yellow triangle within a green triangle on pale kd backing with a brooch-pin fitting to the reverse. As part of the Allied Armies in Italy this Division fought at Cassino and the assaults on the Gothic Line.
6th. South African Armoured Division. WW II Pale tropical shoulder strap slip-on bearing the embroidered example of the yellow triangle on a green triangle above the orange / red strip of the South African Forces complete with brass " Rhodesia " shoulder title
70th. Regiment of Foot. { East Surrey Regiment } Scarce die-struck brass " Pork-Pie " cap numeral with two loops to the reverse. The roman numerals " LXX " { Some staining,mostly to the reverse.}
72nd. Indian Infantry Brigade. Scarce fine quality embroidered example of the wide red circle on a black background. Formed when the 43rd. Indian Armoured Brigade was broken up and composed of three British Battalion, 10th., Glosters, 9th. Royal Sussex and 6th. South Wales Borderers.
73rd. Independent Infantry Brigade. WW II printed example of the Arms of Cornwall and the sword " Excalibur " on a blue background above a single red infantry arm of service strip above a black bar. [ Torn between the bars and one moth hole below sign ]
73rd. Independent Infantry Brigade. WW II printed example of the gold shield bearing 15 Bezants from the Arms of Cornwall backed by the sword, \" Excalibur \" on a dark blue rectangular backing. This sign was previously used by the \" Devon and Cornwall County Division.\"
73rd.Independent Infantry Brigade. WW II printed example of the shield taken from the Arms of Cornwall backed by a sword { Excalibur } on a blue background above a single red arm of service strip still affixed to a section of battledress material. { Small white item in the picture is paper { removed } not a moth hole }
74th. [ Yeomanry ] Division. Scarce WW I embroidered white on red " Broken Spur " Chosen to denote that the Division consisted of dis-mounted Yeomanry units who fought in Palestine and on the Western Front.
74th. { Yeomanry } Division. Scarce WW I embroidered example of the white \" Broken Spur \" on a black diamond. This was chosen to represent the fact that the Division was made up from dismounted Yeomanry Regiments who fought in Palestine and on the Western Front.
75th. Regiment of Foot [ Gordon Highlanders] Two scarce silver items from an early officers shoulder belt plate. The tiger and roman numerals " LXXV " within a half wreath of thistle and the separate honour scroll, "Seringapatam ", with small loop fittings to the reverse. [The wire to the reverse has just been used to keep together for the photograph ]
75th. Regiment of Foot. [Gordon Highlanders ] Other ranks P / T glengarry with two brass loops to the reverse. the number " 75 " surmounted by the Royal Tiger within a wreath of Thistle.
75th. Regiment of Foot. { Gordon Highlanders } Brass numerals worn on the " Pork-Pie " cap, " 75 " with two loops to the reverse.
76th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the red " Norfolk wherry " on a black background. As part of the Home Forces this East Anglia based Division was used as a training and re-supplying role.
76th. Infantry Division. WW II silk woven example of the red Norfolk Wherry on a black background. This Division was part of the Home Forces and used in a training role.
77th. Infantry Division / Buffs ( East Kent regiment ) Scarce WW II combination sign consisting of the printed red sword ( Excalibur ) held aloft from the water above two red Infantry arm of service strips and a blue / buff / blue Regimental designation for the " Buffs " all still affixed to a section of battledress material.
77th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the red sword white arm and blue waves representing King Arthur's sword, "Excalibur". The 77th. Division was composed mainly of Battalions of West Country County Regiments. [Sign has been stiffened around cardboard.]
77th. Regiment of Foot.[ Middlesex Regiment-Duke of Cambridge's Own ] Scarce Victorian officers 1861-1869 " Quilted Pattern " gilt shako plate with two loops to the reverse. The voided numerals " 77 " to the centre of a Garter Strap mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
78th. [ Duke of Lancaster's Own ] Medium Artillery Regiment. Scarce WW II embroidered in off-white and brown on khaki backing small " Lancashire Rose " worn on the collar of the battledress.
78th. Infantry Division / Lancashire Fusiliers. WW II set of insignia belonging to a soldier from the 2nd. Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers. Printed white on red shoulder title, Lancashire Fusiliers above the golden yellow on black " Battle-axe " of 78th.Division above the white on red Lancashire Fusiliers grenade. [Title and grenade have been " blancoed "]
78th. Infantry Division / Northamptonshire Regiment. WW II printed example of the yellow battle-axe on a black square above a strip of black,buff and light blue affixed to a pale tropical k.d.shoulder strap slip-on Worn by the 5th. Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment with the 11th.Infantry Brigade in 78th.Division.
78th. Infantry Division / Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. WW II example of a combination sign consisting of the printed golden yellow battle-axe on a black backing above an embroidered green shamrock with red triangle to the centre above a single red Infantry Arm of service strip all still affixed to a section of battledress.
78th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the yellow Crusader's Battle-axe on a black square backing that has been stiffened around card and affixed to a tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on. As part of First Army the 78th. were heavily involved in North Africa especially at Longstop Hill and Fort MacGregor before landing in Sicily and then joining Eighth Army in the Italian Campaign.
78th. Infantry Division8 WW II printed example of the golden-yellow battle-axe on a black square background. After being involved in the fierce fighting in North Africa this Division landed in Sicily and from there joined the Allied Forces in Italy.
78th.Infantry Division / 16th./ 5th.Lancers. Scarce WW II pale tropical shoulder strap slip-on with printed 78th.Infantry Division yellow "Battle-axe" formation sign and metal 16 / 5 L. shoulder title affixed . This Division fought in North Africa,Sicilyand Italy before ending the war in Austria.
79th. Armoured Division. WW II printed example of the black and white bull\'s face on a yellow triangle. This Division\'s armour was equipped with \" Hobart\'s Funnies \" for the Normandy beach landings, Crocodiles, Flails and Kangaroos and Buffaloes.
79th. Armoured Division. WW II printed example of the black and white bull\'s face on a yellow triangle. This Division\'s tanks were equipped with \" Hobart\'s Funnies \" for the Normandy beach landings, Crocodiles, Flails and Kangaroos.
79th. Armoured Division. WW II embroidered example of the black and white bull's face on a yellow triangle. This Armoured Division's tanks were equipped with " Hobart's Funnies " for the Normandy landings in June 1944, " Kangaroo's " , " Crocodiles" , " Flails" , and " Buffaloes "
79th. Heavy Anti-Aircraft Rgt. R.A. Embroidered example of the red and yellow maltese cross on a black shield worn by the 79th.
79th. Regiment of Foot. [Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders] Silvered pre 1881 officers plaid broach with original heavy broach pin fitting to the reverse. The Sphinx on a tablet bearing the roman numerals " LXXIX" to the centre of honour scrolls, " Peninsula " and " Waterloo" within a complete wreath of thistle.
7th Armoured Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the green,now faded to a grey / black colour, jerboa {Desert Rat} within a red outlined circular backing. 7th. Armoured fought in the Western Desert as part of 7th. Armoured Division before being sent to the Far-East adopting this sign.
7th. { Duke of Edinburgh\'s Own } Gurkha Rifles. Fine quality queen\'s crown officers silvered cross-belt plate with original heavy brooch-pin fitting and backing plate to the reverse. The number \" 7 \" between crossed kukri\'s to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross within a wreath of laurel surmounted by the crown upon a blank tablet.
7th. Armoured Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the green jerboa { Desert Rat } on a white background within a red circle. This Brigade fought in the Wester-Desert as part of 7th. Armoured Division before being sent to the Far-East adopting this formation sign.
7th. Armoured Brigade. Scarce WW II locally made example of the green jerboa on a red edged white circle. The Brigade served in the Middle-East as part of 7th. Armoured Division before moving to the jungles of the Far-East before returning in 1944 to Italy.
7th. Armoured Division / Sherwood Foresters. WW II embroidered example of the red on black " Desert Rat " above the maroon and green diamond of the Sherwood Foresters { Notts & Derby Regiment } still affixed to a section of battledress.
7th. Armoured Division. WW II early embroidered example of the red jerboa { Desert Rat } on a khaki backing still affixed to a pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on. As part of the Eighth Army this Division endured much of the heavy fighting in North Africa earning themselves the nickname, \" Desert Rats \"
7th. Armoured Division. Rare first pattern locally made example of the red jerboa { Desert Rat } on a white and red circular backing with press-stud fittings to the reverse. Enduring much of the hard fighting in the Western Desert this Division earned themselves the nickname, \" Desert Rats \"
7th. Armoured Division. WW II embroidered facing pair of the red jerboa on a black backing. This very well known Division was the first one to go into action in the Western Desert and quickly earned itself the nick-name " Desert Rats " enduring the fierce fighting and desert conditions until the end in Tunisia.
7th. Armoured Division. Scarce early pattern embroidered example of the red jerboa on a khaki backing affixed to a pale kd tropical shoulder strap slip-on. As part of the Eighth Army in North Africa the 7th. Armoured Division became known as the " Desert Rats " enduring much of the fierce fighting in the Western Desert.
7th. Armoured Division. WWII embroidered example of the red jerboa on a black background. This Division was the first to go into action in the Western-Desert and very quickly earned themselves the nick-name " Desert-Rats" This example probably worn in Holland or Germany near the end of the war.
7th. Armoured Division. WW II embroidered example of the orange-red jerboa { Desert Rat } on a black background. This Division was the first one to go into action in the Western Desert, quickly earning themselves the nick-name, " Desert-Rats "
7th. Armoured Division. Scarce early pattern embroidered example of the red jerboa { desert rat } on a khaki backing. As part of the Eighth Army this Division endured much of the heavy fighting in North Africa, earning themselves the nickname, " Desert Rats "
7th. Armoured Division. Early WW II embroidered example of the red {Faded to pink} jerboa on a khaki backing. As part of the Eighth Army this Division endured much of the hard fighting in the Western Desert, earning themselves the nickname, " Desert Rats " {One moth hole}
7th. Armoured Division. Scarce early WW II locally made embroidered red jerboa { Desert Rat } on a white backing within a red circlet with \" press-stud \" fittings to the reverse. Enduring much of the fierce fighting in the Wester-Desert this Division earned itself the nick-name, \" Desert Rats \" { Slight edge loss to right side}
7th. City of London Battalion. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The number \" 7 \" upon the ball of a fused grenade. { Verdigris to the reverse and slider with scratch marks }
7th. City of London Battalion. Brass shoulder title, " T / 7 / City of London."
7th. Dragoon Guards [ Princess Royal's ] Victorian white metal cap badge with three loops to the reverse. The Crest of Earl Ligonier above the title scroll, " 7th. Dragoon Guards "
7th. Dragoon Guards. [Princess Royal's ] Pair of other ranks white metal collar badges. The Crest and motto scroll of the Earl Ligonier. [Good identical pair,one looks darker in the picture]
7th. Dragoon Guards. [Princess Royal's ] Early quality gold bullion wire embroidered side cap or collar badge. The Crest and motto of the Earl Ligonier. [ Mothed to top right.]
7th. Dragoon Guards. { Princess Royal\'s } Gilt pouch or sabretache badge with two integral lugs to the reverse. The cypher " P R D G " { approx 3.5 x 7 cms. }
7th. Dragoon Guards. { Princess Royal\'s } Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Crest and Motto of the Earl Ligonier.
7th. Gurkha Rifles. Small silvered headdress badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The number, \" 7 \" between a pair of crossed kukri\'s.
7th. Hussars. [Queen's Own ] Victorian bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The " QO " monogram to the centre of a circlet bearing the title surmounted by an Albert Crown.
7th. Hussars.{ Queen\'s Own } Scarce king's crown officers gold bullion wire embroidered cap badge. The " Q O " cypher surmounted by the crown on a scarlet backing.
7th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II example of the " Golden Arrow " embroidered in bullion wire on a black metal covered square backing with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. This Division was involved in the heavy fighting in the Arakan and became cut of for two weeks in the Ngakyedauk Pass were it formed the famous Sinzweya box preventing the enemy forces advance towards India. [ One moth hole above the arrow ]
7th. Indian Infantry Division. Fine quality example of the metal arrow on a black velvet backing with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse worn by the 7th. " Golden Arrow " Division. Involved in the heavy fighting in the Arakan this Division was cut of for over two weeks in the Ngakyeduak Pass where it formed the " Sinzweya Box " preventing the enemy forces advance into India.
7th. Queen's Own Hussars. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The "QO" cypher to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
7th. Queen\'s Own Hussars. Pair of other ranks victorian bi/metal collar badges,the \"QO\" monogram,surmounted by the \"Albert\" crown.
7th.City of London Battalion. Rare WW I embroidered red on khaki shoulder title, "7th.London"
7th.Hussars.]Queen's Own] Queen's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The QOH cypher to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
7th.Queen's Own Hussars. Victorian other ranks cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The " QO" monogram to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,surmounted by an "Albert" Crown.
7th.Queen's Own Hussars. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The "QO" cypher to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
8 Corps. WW II embroidered example of the white charging knight in armour on a red background. As part of 21st. Army Group 8 Corps landed in Normandy with the 7th.and 11th. Armoured under its command and fought from the landings all the way into Germany.
8 Corps. WW II printed example of the black Francolin Partridge on a { Grubby } white oval backing. Also worn later by South West District.
8 Corps. WW II printed example of the white charging knight in armour on a red background. As part of 21st. Army Group 8 Corps landed in Normandy with 7th. and 11th. Armoured Divisions under its command and fought all the way into Germany.
80th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the red liner steaming across the seas. This Division was used in a training and redrafting role,hence the choice of design.
80th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the red ship on the blue ocean with yellow background above three red Infantry arm-of-service strips, all still affixed to a section of battledress material.
80th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the red ship on a blue sea with a yellow background above three Infantry arm-of-service strips still affixed to a section of battledress material. { Opposite sleeve to my item-26045 }
82nd. West African Division. WW II printed example of the crossed spears and a native carrier's headband in black on a yellow shield. The 82nd. fought with the 81st. West African Division in Burma.
88th. Regiment of Foot. {Connaught Rangers} Scarce brass victorian P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 88 " surmounted by the harp within a crowned wreath of shamrock.
8th. Armoured Division. Printed WW II example of the black "GO" on a green circle on black. One of the Brigades in the Division fought in Eighth Army's hard fought withdrawal to El Alamein,before being broken-up and redistributed to other units,although the formation sign continued to be worn by the 23rd.Independant Armoured Brigade in Italy and Greece. [Design based on the early traffic lights.]
8th. Armoured Division. WW II embroidered example of the black letters, " GO " on a light green circle. One of the Division's Brigade fought with the Eighth Army at El.Alamein . The Division was broken up shortly afterwards but the sign continued to be worn by the R.A.S.C. Company in the 24th. Armoured Brigade in Sicily and Italy.{Glue spots to reverse.
8th. Army. Locally made example of the famous \"Crusader\'s Shield\" sign,worn by the Eighth,which consisted of British,Indian,Australian,Polish and New Zealand formations. The Eighth fought with distinction acoss North Africa,Sicily,and the hard fought battles in Italy.
8th. Battalion City of London Regiment. [ Post Office Rifles.] King's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A crowned bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross within a wreath of laurel that carries the South Africa and Egypt honours and the " City of London " scroll, surmounted by the crown upon a tablet " 8th. Battalion ".
8th. City of London Battalion {Post Office Rifles} Brass shoulder title, T / 8 / City of London complete with original shaped brass backing plate to the reverse. {Probably blackened originally}
8th. Hussars [ King's Royal Irish.] Victorian bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The crowned Angel Harp above a tri-part scroll bearing the full title.
8th. Hussars. [ King's Royal Irish ] Scarce king's crown officers silver / gilt field service cap badge with two long loops makers details for Gaunt London and an " S " stamp to the reverse. The Angel Harp and the roman numeral " VIII " within a furled motto scroll surmounted by the Royal Crest. [ Angel slightly polished ]
8th. Hussars. [King's Royal Irish ] Scarce queen's crown officers silver / gilt field service cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Angel Harp and roman numeral " VIII " above a furled scroll bearing the motto and surmounted by the Royal Crest.
8th. Hussars. { King\'s Royal Irish } King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crowned Angel Harp above the tri-part angular title scroll.
8th. Hussars. { King\'s Royal Irish } Scarce WW II black on khaki embroidered shoulder strap slip on, \" 8 H \" with canvas loop to the reverse.
8th. Indian Infantry Division. WW II printed example of the three stems of clover on a red backing still affixed to a section of battledress material. After the Division's heavy losses at El Alamein in the Western Desert the 8th. were re-formed for the invasion of Italy where they broke the enemy lines at the Trigno and Sangro rivers before heading to Cassino.
9 Corps. WW II printed example of the black \" Kilkenny \" cat on an orange background. 9 Corps District in Northern Command covered the counties of Durham Northumberland and North Yorkshire,but when the Corps was sent to North Africa in 1942 this sign was discarded.
94th. Regiment of Foot { Connaught Rangers } Scare brass victorian other ranks P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 94 " to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title, " Regiment "
97th. Regiment of Foot { Royal West Kent } Victorian brass P / T glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 97 " to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title, " The Earl of Ulster's " { Tip of the crown has been re-affixed with an excess of solder ! not really visible from the front. Priced accordingly }
9th { Scottish } Infantry Division. WW I example of the white metal thistle on a dark blue circular backing. { Sign has been stiffened around backing card }
9th. Armoured Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the white horse on a green dome-shaped backing. The 9th. Armoured fought in North Africa with the Eighth Army and was composed of Cavalry [ 3rd. Hussars ] and Yeomanry units. [ Wiltshire and Warwickshire ]
9th. Armoured Brigade. WW II printed unissued example of the white horse on a green semi-circular backing. This Brigade served in the Middle-East with the Eighth Army at El Alamein and later moved to Italy. It was composed of one cavalry and two yeomanry regiments so the horse was very appropriate.
9th. Armoured Division. WW II embroidered example of the black and white head of a Giant Panda. Originally part of the Home Forces until 1944 when the Division was disbanded and transferred to 21st. Army Group in Europe.
9th. County of London Battalion { Queen Victoria\'s Rifles } King's crown black brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. St. George to the voided centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross surmounted by the crown upon a tablet carrying the South Africa honour.
9th. County of London Battalion {Queen Victoria\'s Rifles } Black brass shoulder title, \" T / 9 / London.\"
9th. County of London Battalion {Queen Victoria\'s Rifles } Black-brass officers pattern shoulder title, " Q.V.R. "
9th. County of London Battalion. { Queen Victoria\'s Rifles } King's crown officers silver plated cross-belt plate with three screw bolts { two with original nuts } and makers / retailers plate for Hobson's London to the reverse. St. George to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Queen Victoria's " on a maltese cross surmounted by the crown upon the South Africa honour tablet.
9th. Lancers.[ Queen's Royal ] Cast brass overseas made shoulder title, " IXL " [ Westlake-109 ]
9th. Lancers.[Queen's Royal] Scarce king's crown hallmarked silver NCO's sleeve badge with three silver loops,makers details for "B & P " and Birmingham hallmarks for 1904 to the reverse. The crowned cypher of Queen Adelaide reversed and entwined. [Bent & Parker made only 57 hallmarked arm badges in 1904. See Linaker and Dine page 93.]
9th. Lancers.[Queen's Royal] White metal queen's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The number "9" to the centre of a pair of crossed cavalry lances above the scroll, "Lancers " surmounted by the crown.
9th. Lancers.[Queen's Royal] White metal king's crown NCO's sleeve badge with three loops and original circular back-plate to the reverse. The crowned cypher of Queen Adelaide reversed and entwined.
9th. Lancers.[Queen's Royal] Fine quality Victorian white metal cap badge with four black loops to the reverse. The number " 9 " and the scroll, " Lancers " on a pair of crossed cavalry lances surmounted by a Flat-Topped Crown.
9th. Lancers.{ Queen\'s Royal } King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The number " 9 " and the scroll, " Lancers " surmounted by the crown and backed by a pair of cavalry lances
9th. Lancers.{ Queen\'s Royal } King\'s crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with four blades to the reverse. The number \" 9 \" the crown and scroll, \" Lancers \" on a pair of crossed cavalry lances.
9th. Lancers.{ Queen\'s Royal } King\'s crown white metal cap badge with two loop fittings to the reverse. The crown the number \" 9 \" and \" Lancers \" title scroll backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances.
9th./ 12th. Royal Lancers. [ Prince of Wales's ] Queen's crown bullion wire officers cap badge. The Prince of Wales's plumes the crown and scroll bearing the roman numerals " IX-XII " backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances in various colours on a shaped scarlet backing.
Aberdeen University - O.T.C. Large white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. A wild boar's head within a circular furled scroll bearing the motto, " Non Confundar"
Aberdeen University - O.T.C. Heavy silver ? officers cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the University above the tri-part furled scroll, \" Aberdeen O.T.C. University \"
Aberdeen University- O.T.C. Scarce first pattern white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. the Arms of the University above the tri-part title scroll.
Abingdon School - Cadets. Embroidered in pink on black shoulder title, \" Abingdon School / C.C.F. \"
Abingdon School- O.T.C. Scarce brass shoulder title, " Abingdon / OTC "
Abyssinia Irregular Forces. Rare WW II cast brass cap badge with two integral lugs to the reverse worn by the First Abyssinia Battalion Irregular Forces. An Abyssinian sword to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " First Irregulars "
Abyssinian Irregulars. Scarce cast brass headdress badge with two integral lugs to the reverse. A native dagger. Often led by British Officers in WW II { Including Orde Wingate } these troops fought against the Italian invaders.
Adam\'s Grammar School- Newport. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. Three leopards on a shield above the motto scroll, " Serve & Obey "
Aden Garrison. Very scarce printed example of the red Arab dagger backed by a pair of crossed spears surmounted by the crown on a black backing. { Paper glue spots to reverse, removed from old album.}
Aden Government Guards. Brass cap badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. Crossed rifles and an Arab dagger to the centre of a crescent bearing Arabic inscription.
Aden Protectorate Levies. Brass shoulder title, " A P L "
Adisadel College. Scarce white on black embroidered shoulder title, " Adisadel College ". [ Cape Coast Ghana.]
Aeronautical Inspectorate Department. King's crown brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and individual issue number to the reverse. The letters, " AID " on a black enamel ground to the centre of a circlet bearing, " On H.M.Service " surmounted by the crown and a pair of wings. Formed in WW I the purpose of the " AID " was to inspect and report on the construction of aircraft for military service.
Air Defence Cadet Corps. White metal and enamel cap badge. The A.D.C.C. title on a circlet with blue enamel \"speedbird\" to the centre,and two loops to the reverse.
Air Defence Cadet Corps. White metal and enamel cap badge now with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The " Speedbird " in blue enamel to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. Formed in 1938 to encourage young men to join the RAF or civil aviation.
Air Defence Cadet Corps. Rare dark blue on light blue oval silk woven shoulder designation. The title, " Air Defence Cadet Corps " above " Harrow District Squadron " . The A.D.C.C. was formed in 1938 to provide preliminary aviation training.
Air Formation Signals Painted example of the white wing and triangle,with the number "2" to the apex on a blue backing,worn by No.2 Squadron Air Formation Signals.
Air Formation Signals. Printed unissued example of the red aeroplane on a background of light blue, dark blue and green. [ Royal Signals Colours ] [ Stores Collection ]
Air Formation Signals. Printed unissued example of the white wings inside blue and white triangles. [ Stores Collection ]
Air Ministry Constabulary. White metal king\'s crown cap badge. The AMC monogram with wings to each side,in a crowned circlet bearing the title,with two loops to the reverse.
Air Ministry Constabulary. Scarce king\'s crown officers chrome and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The \" AMC \" monogram flanked by a pair of wings within a circlet bearing the title, both backed with blue enamel, surmounted by a red enamel inset crown.
Air Ministry Constabulary. Rare king's WW II white plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades,makers details for Stanley Walsall and cleaning instructions to the reverse ! The "AMC" monogram flanked by a pair of wings to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title. [Slight curve to the badge]
Air Ministry Constabulary. Mint condition rare sealed pattern of the king's crown silver bullion wire embroidered cap badge. The " AMC " monogram flanked by a pair of wings to the centre of a circlet bearing the title surmounted by a red embroidered inset crown. Affixed to the badge is a section ob black material bearing an Ordnance Inspector's wax seal. { Seal slightly damaged }
Air Observation Pilot. [Royal Artillery ] Fine quality padded bullion wire embroidered Air Observation Pilot's qualification wings. A fused grenade in gold bullion wire above the Regimental motto flanked by a pair of silver bullion wire wings on a black backing.
Air Raid Precautions - Manchester. Scarce WW II enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and makers details for Bartlett Manchester to the reverse. The titles " Manchester " and " Messenger Service " backed with white enamel with the " ARP " monogram and a Bee on a ground of blue enamel.
Air Raid Precautions. Scarce WW II enamelled lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. The " ARP " monogram in red on a shield-shaped blue enamel background surmounted by the English Rose and a Scottish Thistle with the titles, " E & S " and " CWS " [ England and Scotland Co-Operative Society ? ]
Air Raid Precautions. Two WW II ladies issue A.R.P. brooches still contained in the original blue cardboard box and cellophane wrapper.The A.R.P. monogram surmounted by the king's crown. One white metal pattern and one in hallmarked silver bearing makers details for "RJ" and London hallmarks for 1937.
Air Raid Precautions. Unusual pattern WW II printed red on black tunic / overall badge. The " A.R.P. " monogram within a red border.
Air Raid Precautions. Scarce white metal lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse,worn by an A.R.P. member of the "Northampton Shoe Industry ". This title below the A.R.P. monogram surmounted by the king's crown.
Air Raid Precautions. Scarce WW II brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting makers details for Fattorini Birmingham and individual issue number to the reverse. The Arms of Cornwall and the titles " Tangye A.R.P " on a red enamel shield. Based at the Cornwall Works in Birmingham this company produced hydraulic pumps, steam engines and various other items of pneumatic machinery.
Air Raid Precautions. Scarce WW II brass lapel badge with brooch pin fitting { Slightly bent } to the reverse. The " A.R.P. " monogram and " First Aid " on a red background surmounted by the Company name, " Sperry " { Makers of Gyroscopic Compasses }
Air Raid Precautions. WW II gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Miller Birmingham to the reverse. The "ARP" monogram on a maroon enamel backing to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Geo. Wright [Kettering ] Ltd.
Air Raid Precautions. Scarce WW II " Welfare / Officer " printed in black on yellow cotton material A.R.P. or Civil Defence armband with canvas string ties.
Air Raid Precautions. WW II gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Miller Birmingham to the reverse. The " ARP" monogram backed with black enamel to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Perkins & Co. [ Wellingborough ] Ltd."
Air Raid Precautions. WW II white metal and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Miller Birmingham to the reverse. A shield bearing the "A.R.P." acronym above the letters " HTA ".
Air Raid Precautions. WW II Air Raid Warden's whistle complete with yellow lanyard. White metal whistle bearing the " A.R.P. " monogram and makers details for Hudson Birmingham.
Air Raid Precautions. Scarce WW II gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. The \" ARP \" monogram in white enamel on a light blue enamel ground within a roped border above the scroll, \" Siemens Bros \". This well known Company\'s factory in Woolwich suffered heavy bomb damage during the war where it produced electronic cables and some early Radar equipment. The companies \" piece de resistance \" was the production of \" Pluto \". The pipe line from England to France supplying a million gallons of petrol a day to the invasion forces in Northern France.
Air Raid Precautions. Small WW III white metal and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and makers details for Miller Birmingham to the reverse. A red enamel maltese cross to the centre of a circlet bearing , " Barwell Medical Services " above the scroll " Casualty Service " surmounted by the " A.R.P. " title.
Air Raid Precautions. Scarce WW II gilt and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the castle and a salamander from the Town Arms with scrolls above and below carrying the " Air Raid Precautions " and " Dudley " titles.
Air Raid Precautions. Scarce WW II chrome and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and makers details for Miller Birmingham to the reverse. The king's crown bearing the " A.R.P " monogram to the centre of the title, " Midland Regional Association of " with " Instructors " on the lower scroll.
Air Raid Precautions. WW II king's crown gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for " H.W.M. Ltd. " to the reverse. A crowned oval in red enamel bearing the title, " A.R.P.S. Civil Defence " with a central bar " Instructor ". Worn by Instructors who had qualified at an Air Raids Precautions School.
Air Raid Precautions. Scarce WW II hallmarked silver lapel badge with original brooch pin fitting makers details for Gaunt's and Birmingham hallmarks for 1940. The cypher " V A " surmounted by the " ARP " monogram. Worn at the Vickers-Armstrong factories.
Air Training Corps. Scarce qualification sleeve badge for "Advanced Training " in the Air Training Corps affixed to an Inspectorate of Clothing 1951 dated Pattern Card. The reverse retains the wax seal and various company notifications.
Air Training Corps. Silver / gilt A.T.C. Chaplain's scarf badge. A silver cross pattee with an eagle to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,above the motto,Venture,Adventure,with original brooch pin to the reverse. [Slight staining to the lower arm of the cross]
Air Training Corps. Early pattern printed in light blue on black squadron shoulder designation. The number " 308 " to the centre of the oval title, " Air Training Corps Squadron "
Air Training Corps. Early embroidered example of the light blue on dark blue oval shoulder designation. The titles, \" Air Training Corps\" and \" Squadron \" with the number,\" 1154 \" between.
Air Training Corps. Printed in light blue white and dark blue Instructor's armband. The " A.T.C. " eagle and title on a circlet to the centre of the titles, " Air Training Corps " and " Instructor "
Air Training Corps. WW II embroidered example of the light blue on black circular officers sleeve badge. The letters, \" A.T.C. \" within a circle. { Larger pattern approx 4.5 cms diameter.}
Air Training Corps. Early embroidered example of the light blue on blue / grey oval shoulder designation. The number, \" 1932 \" to the centre of the \" Air Training Corps / Squadron \" title.
Air Transport Auxiliary. Rare small silver and enamel ladies brooch with locking pin fitting and a " Sterling " stamp to the reverse. The " ATA" monogram on an oval ground of blue enamel flanked by a pair of finely detailed wings. [ Approx 3 cms wingspan ]
Air Transport Auxiliary. Scarce WW II white metal ATA members lapel badge for civilian clothes with original locking brooch pin fitting and individual issue number to the reverse. The " ATA " monogram within a wreath of oak above the motto scroll, " Aetheris Avidi " surmounted by an eagle. [ Locking catch missing from the pin ]
Airborne Forces. WW II embroidered light blue on maroon shoulder title," Airborne ".
Airborne Qualification Wings-Canada. Pair of post-war embroidered qualification wings worn by Canadian parachutists. An opened canopy above a yellow maple leaf flanked by a pair of wings,on a dark green backing.
Airfield Construction Groups. WW II printed example of the triangular outline of runways on a green, red and blue divided circular backing.The colours of the Pioneers and Engineers tasked with building runways for fighter planes in advanced areas.
Alan Cobham-Aviator. Scarce brass and enamel 1930\'s souvenir lapel badge with brooch pin fitting makers details for Miller Birmingham and a registration number to the reverse. A De Havilland Moth in brass with the title \" Cobham \" backed with red enamel to the wings. A souvenir from the days of his famous \" Flying Circus \"
Aldenham School- O.T.C. Brass shoulder tile " Aldenham / OTC / School " complete with circular shaped brass back-plate.
Alderham School - O.T.C. - Hertfordshire. Bronze cap badge with two replaced loops to the reverse. A trellised shield surmounted by a knight\'s helm with full mantling.
Alexandra Princess of Wales's Own [Yorkshire Regiment] Officers sil / gilt waist belt clasp with retailers details for Hobson London to the reverse. The Dannebrog on a seeded ground and the title "The Yorkshire Regiment" within rococo scrolled belt ends. [Slight polish to centre]
Alexandra Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment. Brass other ranks foreign service helmet pagri badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Dannebrog and coronet to the centre of an oval Garter Strap.
Alexandra Princess of Wales\'s Own {Yorkshire Regiment} White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The letter " A " and the Dannebrog surmounted by the Coronet above the roman numeral, " XIX " and the title scroll, " The Green Howards "
Alexandra Princess of Wales\'s Own Yorkshire Regiment WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The crown upon the Dannebrog bearing Alexandra's name above scrolls carrying the full titles and the Yorkshire Rose.
Alleyn's School-London. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the School above the scroll, "God's Gift"
Alleyn's School-London. Scarce first pattern black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the School above the scroll, "God's Gift".
Allied Control Commision Austria. Embroidered example of the yellow "Crusader's Cross " on a white shield and blue background,with scroll above bearing the letters "A C A ".
Allied Land Forces South East Asia. Scarce embroidered example of the white sword and shield bearing a red cross and flanked by yellow wings on a light blue background above the title " Malaya " in white on a dark blue tablet. The reverse bears "press-stud " fittings.
Ambulance Column- London District. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Geneva Cross to the centre of an oval bearing the title, \" Ambulance Column \" within a wreath of laurel carrying the scroll, \" London Dis. \" { well polished example. }
Ambulance Column- London. Scarce WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Geneva Cross on a shield to the centre of an oval title, " Ambulance Column " within a wreath of laurel bearing the scroll, " London Dist. "
American Ambulance- Great Britain. Rare officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Union flag of England and the Stars and Stripes of America crossed to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. Early in the war the AAGB was given a fleet of ambulances by the American Community in England, to be driven by members of the M.T.C. and the A.T.S. [See J.Mills book "Within the Island Fortress " number 4 for more information.]
American Friends Service Committee. [Quakers ] Rare celluloid on tin large size lapel badge with straight pin fitting to the reverse. The red and black " Quaker's Star " to the centre of a circlet bearing the title with Philadelphia makers details to the rim. The A.F.S.C. worked in Europe between the wars mainly with displaced and needy children and after the anti-Jewish Kristallnacht pogroms established a Refugee Division to assist families escape from Germany. [ Paperwork about the organisation will be supplied to the buyer ]
Ampleforth College- Cadets. Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A Grid-Iron to the centre of a wreath of palm carrying \" C.C.F. \" above the scroll, \" Ampleforth.\"
Anti- Aircraft Section. Small brass shoulder title, " A A S " Worn by elements of the Royal Garrison Artillery Anti-Aircraft Section during the First World War.
Anti-Aircraft Section. Rare WW I white on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " A.A.S. " with canvas loop to the reverse. Worn by the Anti-Aircraft Section of the Royal Garrison Artillery in the First World War.
Anti-Aircraft Signals. Scarce white embroidered shoulder title, " 1st. A.A. DIV.Signals / Cadets " on a black arch shaped backing. Based in London in 1938 and affiliated to " D " Company 1st. West London Cadet Corps.
Arab Legion. White metal headdress badge with two flat lugs to the reverse. Crossed scimitars with Arabic writing below a Middle-eastern crown within a wreath of laurel.
Ardingly Sussex-Cadets. Bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Star of the Order of the Garter backed by the Roussillon plume above the furled title scroll, \" Ardingly C.C.F. \"
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders [ Princess Louise's ] White metal glengarry badge with two long loops to the reverse. The cypher of Princess Louise flanked by a cat and a boar's head to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and a coronet within a wreath of thistle.
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders { Princess Louise\'s } - Volunteers. Scarce white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 3rd. { Renfrewshire } Volunteer Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. The cypher of Princess Louise flanked by a boar\'s head and a mountain cat to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a full wreath of thistle above the scroll, \" 3rd. Volunteer Battn.\"
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. Scarce WW II embroidered in black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " A & S.H " with canvas loop to the reverse.
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. Unusual pattern shoulder strap slip-on in grey material with black embroidered " A & SH " and a single rank " pip "
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. WW II embroidered example of the red and white dicing with green ends on a khaki backing. Worn as a Battalion sign and also later by Royal Artillery units converted from the " Argylls."
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. {Princess Louise\'s} White metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. Princess Louise's Cypher and Cornet flanked by a boar's head and a mountain cat within a circlet bearing the title enclosed by a wreath of thistle.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders - Canada. King's crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The face of a mountain lion to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title and motto scrolls within a wreath of thistle.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. WW II era white on red embroidered shoulder title, " A and S.H. ".
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. [ Princess Louise's ] WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The cypher of Princess Louise flanked by a cat and a boar's head to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and a coronet within a wreath of thistle.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. { Princess Louise\'s } White metal early pattern non-voided glengarry badge with two long loops to the reverse. Princess Louise's coronet and cypher with the boar's head and mountain cat to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a wreath of thistle.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. { Princess Louise\'s } Other ranks white metal " voided-pattern " glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. Princess Louise's Cypher and Coronet with a boar's head and the mountain cat to the centre of a voided circlet bearing the title within a wreath of thistle. { Loops very well replaced }
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. { Princess Louise\'s } Fine quality Officers hall-marked silver cap badge with two loops Edinburgh Hallmarks for 1923, Andersons of Edinburgh and Glasgow retailers plate and indistinct makers stamp to the reverse Princess Louise's Cypher and Coronet flanked by a boar's head and the cat to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a wreath of thistle.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. { Princess Louise\'s } Scarce brass shoulder title, " T / 9 / A&SH. " Worn by the 9th. { Dumbartonshire } Territorial Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. { Loops slightly bent }
Arm of Service. Good collection of 16 different embroidered arm of service strips, including, Armoured, R.Artillery, Infantry, Reconnaissance Corps, Dental Corps, etc.
Armband. Unknown armband with crossed rifles in yellow thread on a red / black / red formation sign affixed to a green armband with gold wire piping to the edges. Possibly Indian Army or Malaya ? [ Some moth nips ]
Armoured Fighting Vehicles. White on khaki sleeve badge worn by drivers of Armoured Vehicles. The letters "AFV" within a half wreath.
Army Air Corps. King\'s crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An eagle with out-spread wings upon the \" A.A.C \" monogram within a crowned wreath of laurel.
Army Air Corps. Pair of king's crown officers bronze service dress collar badges. The eagle and " AAC " scroll to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel. [ Not exact but very close matching pair ]
Army Air Corps. King's crown officers unmarked silver or silver plated cap badge with three loops to the reverse. The eagle upon the " AAC " monogram within a crowned wreath of laurel.
Army Air Corps. King's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The eagle upon the monogram " A.A.C. " within a crowned wreath of laurel.
Army Air Corps. WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. The eagle above the " AAC " monogram within a crowned wreath of laurel.
Army Air Corps. Dark blue on light blue embroidered shoulder title, " Army Air Corps"
Army Air Corps. Embroidered example of the A.A.C. sleeve insignia. A swooping eagle in light blue with black highlights on a black backing. { Paper spots to the reverse}
Army Cadet Force. Selection of four various patterns Cadet Force proficiency star sleeve badges. Gold bullion wire, red, white, and brown all on khaki backings.
Army Cadet Force. Rare early pattern embroidered Cadets proficiency sleeve badge. The letter " C " within a white diamond on a khaki diamond backing.
Army Cadet Force. Pair of embroidered shoulder titles, A.C.F. in Airborne colours,light blue on maroon.
Army Cadet Force. WW II king's crown plastic economy issue lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. A rampant lion to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
Army Canteens Board. Very scarce WW I bronze cap badge with individual issue number and slider fitting to the reverse. The title \" Army Canteens \" to the centre of a circlet bearing, \" Army Service 1916 \" within a wreath of laurel. { Slight abrasions to the front }
Army Canteens Board. Scarce WW I bronze cap badge with original brooch pin fitting individual issue number and makers details for Fattorini Bradford to the reverse. The title, \" Army Canteens Women \" to the centre of a circlet, \" Army service 1916 \" within a wreath of laurel.
Army Catering Corps. Scarce unissued printed example of the yellow " Flaming Urn " on a grey background. Worn by A.C.C. Army Emergency Reserve Units. [ This sign and others to be listed were obtained from an R.O.A.C. ex-storeman who kept one of each ]
Army Catering Corps. WW II printed shoulder title in yellow on grey, " A,C,C " { Paper and inked notation to the reverse.}
Army Catering Corps. Unusual " Continental Weave " yellow on grey shoulder title, " A.C.C. ". Glue spots to the reverse
Army Chaplains Department. Rare victorian gold bullion wire embroidered Chaplains cap badge accompanied by a single collar badge. A cross patee with deeply padded black velvet centre.
Army Cyclist Corps. King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A crowned bicycle wheel backed by a pair of crossed rifles above the tri-part title scroll, " Army Cyclist Corps ".
Army Cyclist Corps. Scarce king's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with three blades to the reverse. A bicycle wheel backed by crossed rifles surmounted by the crown above a tri-part title scroll.
Army Cyclist Corps. Good quality silver and tortoiseshell watch-chain fob or ladies locket bearing the Army Cyclist Corps cap badge and the photograph of a WWI soldier. [Soldier possibly Northumberland Fusiliers or Royal Welsh Fusiliers ]
Army Cyclist Corps. King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A crowned bicycle wheel backed by crossed rifles above the tri-part title scroll. { This is the scarcer, " 12 Spoke " pattern. }
Army Cyclists. Brass shoulder title, T / Cyclist. Worn by Territorial Divisional Cyclist Companies.
Army Cyclists. Brass shoulder title, \" Cyclist. \" , worn by the the Army Cyclist Corps.
Army Dental Corps. Unusual pale tropical kd shoulder strap slip-on with tape loop to the reverse bearing the black embroidered title, \" A.D.Corps \"
Army Dental Corps. King's crown officers service dress bronze cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The " ADC " monogram to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel.
Army Dental Corps. Silver and enamel king\'s crown tie-pin brooch with original pin and stamped \" Silver \" to the reverse. The \" ADC \" monogram in blue enamel to the centre of a red enamel inset crowned wreath of laurel.
Army Dental Corps. Brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The ADC monogram to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel.
Army Dental Corps. WW II printed in red on green shoulder title, \" A.D.Corps.\"
Army Dental Hygienist. Scarce grey metal badge / brooch with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Crest backed by a pair of crossed swords and the title within a circular laurel wreath. Worn by qualified Royal Army Dental Corps Hygienists on the working overall.
Army Depot Police. Silvered ? white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The "ADP " monogram to the centre of a wreath surmounted by native daggers above double scrolls bearing the title and FARELF acronym. [Far East Land Forces ]
Army Educational Corps. Scarce WW II printed light blue on dark blue shoulder title, " A.E.C. " [ Glue patches to reverse ]
Army Educational Corps. Scarce WW II printed in light blue on dark blue shoulder title, " A.E.C. " { Paper stuck to reverse }
Army Educational Corps. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. An opened book backed by crossed rifles and cavalry lances above a tri-part title scroll.
Army Flying Badge. Embroidered example of the post 1952 Army flying wing,that has been fitted with a plastic back-plate,and clutch-pin type fixings.
Army Flying Badge. Pair of queen\'s crown Army Pilot\'s embroidered qualification wings. The Royal Crest in golden yellow flanked by a pair of light blue wings on a shaped black backing.
Army Flying Badge. Silver and enamel old comrades or sweethearts badge with brooch pin fitting " 925 Silver " stamps and makers details for " E J ". The Royal Crest to the centre of a pair of light blue enamelled wings. [ Approx 5 cms wide ]
Army Flying Badge. Queen's crown bullion wire embroidered example of the Army Pilot's qualification wings. The Royal Crest in gold bullion wire flanked by a pair of pale blue wings. [ Approx 9 cms wide ]
Army Flying Wing. Bullion wire and embroidered deeply padded example of the queen's crown Army Pilot's qualification wings with small shaped metal plate holding the brooch pin to the reverse. The Royal Crest in gold bullion wire flanked by a pair of light blue wings on a dark blue backing. [Approx 10 cms wide]
Army Foundation College. Queen's crown new-metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Crest backed by a pair of crossed swords within a laurel wreath above the title scroll. Located in Yorkshire as a training college for young soldiers.
Army Legal Corps. Queen's crown frosted silver with red and black enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The figure of Justice upon the globe backed by crossed swords and surmounted by the Royal Crest within a circlet bearing the motto above the title scroll. Centre
Army Legal Services. Scarce embroidered in white on black shoulder title, " Army Legal Services."
Army Legal Services. Queen's crown Officers silvered cap badge with two loops and central backing clips to the reverse. The figure of Justice on a globe and crossed swords surmounted by the red enamel inset Royal Crest within a circlet bearing the title above the motto scroll. { Originally backed with black enamel,replaced now with material. Priced accordingly. }
Army Mechanized Demonstration Column. Very Scarce embroidered example of the yellow " AMDC " letters on a red over black background. Worn just after WW II by personnel touring England giving demonstrations as a recruitment drive for the post-war Army.
Army Medical Service. Canvas type material white armband bearing a red cloth Geneva Cross with six " Newey " marked adjustable press-stud fittings and the " Army Medical Service " stamp to the reverse.
Army Medical Services. Chrome and dark blue enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and makers details for Firmin to the reverse. The queen\'s crown crest of the British Army to the centre of the titles, \" Army Medical Services\" and \" Schools of Nursing \"
Army Medical Staff. Rare victorian 1880's officers field service cap in black melton cloth with gold wire piping to the sides and the crown. Bullion wire embroidered Staff Officer's cap badge to the left side and two gilt victorian " Army Medical Staff " buttons to the front. The black oil-cloth interior bears an early " Hawkes & Co Piccadilly " retailers gold embossed stamp. [ Moth holes around the cap badge and two small ones to the left side ]
Army Ordnance Corps. Scarce officers gilt foreign service helmet pagri badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the Board of Ordnance upon a shield,with the scroll,Army Ordnance Corps below. [Badge approx. 4x5cms] [Gilt finish mostly worn to brass]
Army Ordnance Corps. Scarce 1900\'s large size brass foreign service helmet pagri badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of Ordnance above the tri-part title scroll. { Approx 4 x 5 cms.}
Army Ordnance Corps. Silver and enamel sweetheart brooch with original pin makers details for " TLM " and a sterling stamp to the reverse. The Shield of the Board of Ordnance above the blue enamelled title scroll.
Army Ordnance Corps. Superb quality officers silver and gilt waist belt clasp. A shield bearing the Arms of the Board of Ordnance on a plain domed ground within a circlet carrying the " Ordnance " title and a spray of laurel. Plain belt loops with rococo swirls to each end and matching bench marks to each piece. [ Sticky tape residue to the reverse.]
Army Ordnance Corps. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of Ordnance above the tri-part title scroll.
Army Pay Corps. Large brass monogram badge,APC, worn in the field service cap in the Boer War. [Originally intended as a shoulder title]
Army Pay Corps. Other ranks brass Victorian cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The "APC" cypher surmounted by a Victorian crown.
Army Pay Corps. King's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The "APC " monogram surmounted by the crown.
Army Phsical Training Corps. Pair of king's crown white metal collar badges,with three loops to the reverse of each. The crown above a pair of crossed cavalry swords.
Army Physical Training Corps. Very Scarce WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed swords surmounted by the crown. [ One of the very few plastic badges issued with a metal slider fitting ]
Army Physical Training Corps. Small size king's crown silver old comrades lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and " Sterling Silver " stamp to the reverse. Crossed swords surmounted by the crown.
Army Physical Training Corps. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed swords surmounted by the crow.
Army Physical Training Corps. Pair of queen's crown officers silver / gilt collar badges A pair of crossed swords surmounted by the crown.
Army Physical Training Corps. Scarce king's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A pair of crossed swords surmounted by the crown.
Army Physical Training Corps. White on red embroidered shoulder title, " A.P.T.C." Old glue spots to reverse.
Army Physical Training Corps. Silver and enamel king's crown sweetheart brooch with original pin fitting and " Sterling England " stamps to the reverse. A pair of crossed sabres with blue enamel handles surmounted by the red enamel inset crown.
Army Physical Training Staff. King's crown brass large size first pattern cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed swords surmounted by the crown.
Army Physical Training Staff. King's crown early pattern large size cap badge with three loops to the reverse. A pair of crossed swords surmounted by the crown.
Army Recruiting Staff. Scarce gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. The Royal Arms to the centre of a circlet bearing the title in red white and blue enamel.
Army Remount Service. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A prancing horse to the centre of an oval strap bearing the title surmounted by the Royal Cypher of GvR.
Army Remount Service. Scarce WW I king's crown officers service dress bronze cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A prancing horse to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title.
Army Remount Service. Scarce pair of king's crown officers bronze service dress collar badges. A prancing horse to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title.
Army Remounts Service. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A horse backed by a pair of crossed riding whips to the centre of a horseshoe above the title scroll, \" Remounts \"
Army Remounts Service. Scarce king\'s crown bronzed second pattern cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A rearing horse to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title.
Army Scout. Brass Army Scout\'s sleeve qualification badge with two loops to the reverse. A fleur-dis-lys with cross-bar below. { This is the smaller pattern,approx 4.5 cms high}
Army Scout. Very scarce brass sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The letter \" S \" within a wreath of laurel. Worn by British and Indian Infantry and Indian Cavalry in India. { See Edwards & Langley, \" British Army Proficiency Badges \" page 60.}
Army Scripture Reader. Anodised aluminium cap badge with two loops and makers details for Firmin to the reverse. The \" A S R \" monogram on a bar within a wreath of laurel.
Army Scripture Reader. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The " ASR " monogram on a bar to the centre of a wreath of laurel.
Army Scripture Reader. Unusual pattern brass cap badge with double slider style fittings and makers details for Collins London to the reverse. The \" A S R \" monogram within a wreath of laurel.
Army Selection and Training Unit. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the white number " 3 " above the acronym, " ASTU " on a green backing. {Tear to right side and top,but number " 3 " is the scarcest of the three}
Army Service Corps - Volunteers. Scarce king\'s crown white metal other ranks Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. The \" ASC \" monogram in script form to the voided centre of a Garter Strap within a wreath of laurel upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Army Service Corps- Volunteers. King\'s crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The \" ASC\" monogram to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap and laurel wreath om a multi-rayed star.
Army Service Corps. Brass Victorian other ranks cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The "ASC" monogram to the centre of a Garter Strap and wreath on a crowned,multi-rayed star.
Army Service Corps. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The " ASC " monogram to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap and laurel wreath mounted upon a multi-rayed star.
Army Service Corps. Pair of brass shoulder titles, " M T ". Worn by mechanised Transport units in the Army Service Corps.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" T / ASC / E. Lancashire \" Worn by Territorial A.S.C. units of the East Lancashire Divisional Transport and Supply Columns.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, " T / ASC / Kent " Worn by Territorial Army Service Corps units of the Kent Brigade Company Divisional Transport and Supply Columns.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, " T / ASC / W.Riding " Worn by Territorial Army Service Corps Divisional Supply and Transport columns of the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, T / ASC / W.Riding. Worn by West Riding Divisional Transport and Supply Columns of the Army Service Corps.
Army Service Corps. Very scarce white metal shoulder title, " T / ASC / Highland " Worn by the 1st. { H.Q. Company { Seaforth & Cameron } Brigade Company Divisional Transport and Supply Column.
Army Service Corps. Rare brass shoulder title, " T / ASC / York & Durham ". Worn by the Northumbrian Divisional Company, Divisional Supply and Transport Column.
Army Service Corps. Scarce WW I brass shoulder title, T / ASC / East Anglian. Worn by East Anglian Divisional Transport and Supply Columns.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" T / ASC / London\" Worn by Territorial units of the 1st. and 2nd,. London Divisional Transport and Supply Columns Army Service Corps.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, " T / ASC / Wessex" Worn by the Territorial Army Service Corps of the Wessex Divisional Company Transport and Supply Columns.
Army Service Corps. King's crown WW I economy issue " Non-Voided " cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The " ASC " monogram to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap within a laurel wreath on a multi-rayed star.
Army Service Corps. WW I tortoiseshell and silver sweetheart brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. Design as for cap badge within a silver rim bearing London hallmarks for 1915,makers details for "CBrs." and another indistinct stamping.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, " T / ASC / Liverpool " Worn by Territorial A.S.C. units of the Liverpool Brigade Company Divisional Transport and Supply Columns.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, " T / ASC / South Eastern " Worn by the Territorial Army Service Corps of the South Eastern Divisional Brigade Transport and Supply Columns.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, T / ASC / S.Western. Worn by the 1st. and 2nd. South Western Mounted Brigade Transport and Supply Columns Territorial Army Service Corps.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, " T / ASC / Highland." Worn by Territorial Army Service Corps units of the Highland Divisional Transport and Supply Columns.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, T / ASC / Herefordshire. Worn by Herefordshire Territorial units in the Welsh Divisional Transport and Supply Columns Army Service Corps.
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, T / ASC / Hants. Worn by the Territorial Hampshire Brigade Company Divisional Transport and Supply Column Army Service Corps.
Army Service Corps. WW I embroidered in white on khaki shoulder strap slip on, " A.S.C. " with canvas loop to the reverse. {Slight loss of the khaki material}
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, T / ASC / Essex. Worn by Territorial units of the Essex Brigade Company Divisional Transport and Supply Columns Army Service Corps. {Slight stain to left side}
Army Service Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" T / ASC / W. Lancashire \" Worn by A.S.C. Territorials of the West Lancashire Divisional Transport and Supply Columns.
Army Veterinary Corps. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The " AVC " monogram to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel.
Army Veterinary Department. Scarce officers king\'s crown silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The \" AVD \" monogram to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel. Worn only from 1901-1905 upon the creation of the Army Veterinary Corps. { Gilt cleaned to brass, }
Arnold School - Cadets. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the letters, " A S " above three roses and a chevron. {Slight cleaning residue}
Artists Rifles. Silver and enamel small size sweetheart brooch with original pin fitting and " Sterling Silver " stamp to the reverse. The heads of Mars and Minerva above the title scroll.[ Slight enamel damage to the scroll. ] [ Approx 2.5 x 2.5 cms ]
Artists Rifles. Unusual Hallmarked silver and enamel small sized ladies powder compact still retaining traces of the powder inside. A small sized silver Artists Rifles cap badge mounted upon the enamel lid in the Regiment's Colours of Grey White and Black. London hallmarks to the rim for 1942 with indistinct ones to the reverse but clear makers details for " J W " and " Patent Applied for ". [Approx 5 cms diameter ] [ Very slight enamel damage at 2 o'clock ]
Association of Friends of the French Volunteers. Enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The cross of Lorraine and the letters "A.V.F." on a tricolour backing. Founded at the French Headquarters in London to provide rest and leave centres for the Free French troops. [A.V.F. -Amis des Voluntaires Francais] [See J.Mills excellent book on Lapel Badges for more information.]
Atholl Highlanders. Unusual brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse still affixed to a "Dalman & Narborough " sample card. Noted as "Atholl Highlanders-Wildman Badge" ! The Atholl Highlanders were and still are a "Private Army " of the Duke's of Atholl and regularly provide honour guards for visiting Royalty and Heads of State to Blair Castle.
Australia - Queensland Scottish. Mint condition white metal Victorian other ranks shako / helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. Queen Victoria's cypher to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of thistle.
Australia / New Zealand. Unusual heavy cast white metal shoulder title with two integral lugs to the reverse, " ANZAC / Hostel. "
Australia. Two very early king's crown collar badges,one in brass and one oxodised,worn by the Australian Commonwealth Horse. The crown and "Australia" title above a torse,backed by a sharp pointed stylized "Rising Sun".
Australian / New Zealand Forces. Brass king's crown lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The "Rising Sun " and an Emu to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern above the scroll, "Anzac".
Australian Army Chaplains Department - Jewish. Scarce king's crown gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Luke Melbourne to the reverse. A non-voided Star of David surmounted by the crown.
Australian Army Medical Corps. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Geneva Cross to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel on a crowned star backing that carries the motto scroll, " Paulatim " . Accompanied by an identical collar badge. [Gaunt Collection ]
Australian Army Service Corps. Pair of king's crown bronzed collar badges. The " ASC" cypher to the centre of a strap bearing the motto within a wreath and crowned star.
Australian Army Service Corps. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The " ASC " cypher to the centre of a strap bearing the motto within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star.
Australian Chaplains. Scarce WW I black-brass king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for Luke Melbourne to the reverse worn by Chaplains of the Jewish Faith. The Star of David surmounted by the crown.
Australian Chaplains. Embroidered in white on blue shoulder title, " Royal Australian Army / Chaplains' Department."
Australian Commonwealth Military Forces. Superb pair of officers king's crown gilt and enamel collar badges. The crown on a ground of red enamel to the centre of a stylized rising sun above the tri-part title scroll, " Australian Commonwealth Military Forces ".
Australian Field Artillery [Militia]. Brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. An old style field-gun and the stars of the Southern Cross to the centre of a fused grenade,within a wreath,above the title scroll, "Australia".
Australian Forces-Sleeve Badge. Black-brass "Best Shot" two piece sleeve badge complete with original brass shaped back-plate. Crossed rifles surmounted by a star.
Australian Forces. WW I brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham. A stylized sunrise and the king's crown above the tri-part title scroll, " Australian Commonwealth Military Forces. "
Australian Forces. Scarce white metal cap or sporran badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Victorian Scottish Regiment. A rampant lion upon the tri-part motto scroll, \" Nemo Me Impune Lacessit \" { Approx 5.2 cms high }
Australian Forces. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The crown to the centre of a stylized rising-sun above the tri-part title scroll, " Australian Commonwealth Military Forces ".
Australian Forces. Silver bullion wire embroidered shoulder title," Australia " on a black background.
Australian Infantry. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Adelaide Rifles. The roman numeral "X" on a six-pointed star to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel above the title scroll, "10th. Battalion A.M.F. "
Australian Infantry. White metal cap badge with two loops and indistinct makers details to the reverse worn by the 16th. Cameron Highlanders [Western Australia ] Infantry Battalion. This title below the figure of St. Andrew within a wreath of thistle.
Australian Infantry. King's crown brass and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 59th. Battalion The Hulme Regiment. This title in red enamel { Damaged } surmounted by the crown on a stylized sunburst with the number " 59 " on black enamel to the centre of a red enamel strap bearing the motto.
Australian Military Forces. Bronzed king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crown to the centre of a stylized rising sun above a tri-part scroll bearing the title," Australian Commonwealth Military Forces ". [One or two of the suns rays slightly buckled.]
Austrian Air Force. Fine quality early pair of silver wire and enamel Austrian 1st. Republic 1930's NCO's Branch of Service wing . A white inverted triangle on a red enamel ground flanked by silver wire wings on a black backing. [ Approx 11 cms wide ]
Auxiliary Air Force. King's crown white metal lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and individual issue number to the reverse. The letters "AAF" and the R.A.F. eagle surmounted by the crown.
Auxiliary Fire Service. WW II embroidered red on blue tunic / overall insignia worn by Peterborough firefighters. The "AFS " monogram above the title. [One or two paper spots stuck to reverse]
Auxiliary Fire Service. WW II embroidered red on black large size firefighters tunic / overall insignia. The "AFS " monogram above the title, "Worcester".
Auxiliary Fire Service. WW II embroidered example of the red on black tunic / overall insignia. The " AFS " monogram above the area title " Cheshunt " all within a red border. { Outer edges ragged }
Auxiliary Fire Service. WW II woven example of the firefighters tunic / overall insignia. The " AFS " monogram above the area title, " Sedgefield " in red within a shaped border on a dark blue ground.
Auxiliary Fire Service. Chrome and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The \" AFS \" monogram in red enamel to the centre of a circlet on an eight pointed nob-nailed star.
Auxiliary Fire Service. WW II unusual pattern black on red embroidered tunic / overall insignia. The " AFS " monogram on a diamond shaped backing.
Auxiliary Fire Service. WW II king's crown white metal and enamel Fireman's lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and individual issue number to the reverse to be worn when out of uniform. The " AFS " monogram in red enamel to the centre of a circlet surmounted by the red enamel inset crown.
Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps. First Pattern black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, AMPC, with canvas loop to the reverse. [ Title changed by 1940 to " Pioneer Corps ".
Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps. Pair of king's crown officers bronze collar badges. A rifle,shovel, pick-axe, and laurel wreath,with the crown above and the motto scroll below.
Auxiliary Territorial Service / Royal Signals. Small embroidered white over dark blue diamond with a black number \" 2 \" worn by A.T.S. personnel attached to the Royal Signals. { Edges trimmed down.}
Auxiliary Territorial Service / Royal Signals. Unusual WW II embroidered formation sign originally belonging to a lady in the A.T.S. The letter, \" D \" on a white over blue rectangle. Royal signals attached ?
Auxiliary Territorial service- Provost. WW II embroidered in black on scarlet shoulder title, " Provost " Worn by Military Police units of the A.T.S. { Moth nip to lower edge }
Auxiliary Territorial Service. Pair of king's crown officers bronze service dress collar badges. The crowned "ATS" monogram within a wreath of laurel.
Auxiliary Territorial Service. Fine quality WW II other ranks private purchase field service cap. Dark brown body with beech-brown crown and light green piping fitted with original king's crown brass cap badge and general service buttons. The interior has a velvet comfort band that bears the original owners name. {Small patch of mothing to the right side}
Auxiliary Territorial Service. Fine quality officers khaki king\'s crown soft doeskin type material peaked cap with turn-up to the rear and cloth cap band secured by bronze king\'s crown general service buttons. The interior has imitation silken material lining with tightening cord and bears a makers label for \" Scott & Co. Piccadilly \" {By Appointment to the Royal Family}. The cap has the original officers collar badge to the front {cleaned to brass} as was often the case.
Auxiliary Territorial Service. WW II plastic issue cap badge with the unusual slider fitting and makers details for J R & L Birmingham to the reverse. The " ATS " monogram to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel.
Auxiliary Territorial Service. WW II king\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse affixed to the scarce tear-drop shaped backing in the Corps colours of green and beech-brown. The \" ATS \" monogram within a crowned wreath of laurel.
Auxiliary Territorial Service. WW II embroidered example of the red sword on a khaki triangular backing, worn by A.T.S units in the London District.
Auxiliary Territorial Service. Pair of brass shoulder titles, " ATS "
Auxiliary Territorial service. King's crown uncommon white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The " ATS " monogram to the centre of a crowned laurel wreath. worn by A.T.S. personnel attached to Armoured units.
Ayrshire Imperial Yeomanry. { Earl of Carrick\'s Own. } Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A Lion-headed griffin with outspread eagle\'s wings. { This pattern was worn well into the early 1900\'s }
Ayrshire Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, Y / Ayrshire.
Ayrshire Yeomanry. [ Earl of Carrick's Own ] Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The lion-headed griffin with eagles wings on a torse above a scroll bearing the full title. [ Note pattern with the large " OF " ]
Ayrshire Yeomanry. { Earl of Carrick\'s Own } Scarce officers silver / gilt pouch badge with two screw bolts complete with original circular nuts to the reverse. The lion-headed griffin with eagle's wings upon a torse above the tri-part title scroll.
Ayrshire Yeomanry.[Earl of Carrick's Own] Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The lion-headed griffin upon a torse above a scroll bearing the full regimental title.
Ayrshire Yeomanry.{ Earl of Carrick\'s Own } Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A lion-headed griffin with eagles wings upon a torse above the tri-part title scroll, \" Earl of Ayrshire Yeomanry Carrick\'s.\" { Only worn from 1915-1923.}
Ayrshire Yeomanry.{ Earl of Carrick\'s Own } Scarce bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A lion-headed griffin with out-spread wings above the tri-part title scroll.
B.O.A.R. Training Centre. Woven example of the red and blue shield of 21st. Army Group,with a yellow torch of Learning to the centre,worn at Sennelager,British Army of the Rhine.
Bahamas Defence Force. Bi /metal cap badge with double prong type fittings to the reverse. The fouled anchor to the centre of a circlet bearing the title surmounted by a shield bearing the Arms of the Bahamas.
Bahamas Defence Force. Officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops and a " Crown Agents " lead seal to the reverse. A fouled anchor to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel surmounted by a shield carrying the Arms of the Bahamas.
Bancroft\'s School. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing three triple crowns upon a cloud issuing sun-rays
Bandmaster Badge. Queen's crown large size silver bullion wire embroidered sleeve badge worn by a Bandmaster. A musician's lyre in silver wire surmounted by a red velvet inset crown on a very dark green backing. [ Appro. 8.5 cms high.]
Bandsman Sleeve Badge. WW II era king's crown bandsman's white on khaki sleeve badge. A musician's lyre surmounted by the crown.
Bandsmen Badge. White metal king's crown sleeve badge worn by Bandsmen. A musician's lyre within a spray of oak and surmounted by the crow.
Barbados Cadet Corps. White metal cap badge with two loops { One resoldered } to the reverse, worn by the Cadets of Lodge Collage. The Arms of the Collage on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll.
Barbados Regiment. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A " Sea-Goddess " in a clam-shell pulled by two large sea-horses on a multi-rayed six-pointed star above the title scroll.
Barnard Castle School. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. Two side-by-side shields, one bearing a smaller shield and the other a saltire with four eagles.
Barnard Castle School. White on black embroidered shoulder title, Barnard Castle / School.
Barrack Department. Rare brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The large letters " B D " Barrack Department was a branch of the Royal Engineers Services. { Approx 4.5 cms wide }
Basutoland High Commission Territory. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The "HCT" monogram to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel,above the scroll,"Basutoland".
Basutoland Mounted Police. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The " BMP " cypher to the centre of a crowned wreath of oak and laurel.
Battersea Grammar School- Cadet Corps. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops { one repaired } to the reverse. A shield bearing a hawk with out-spread wings above the tri-part title scroll.
Batus- Training Centre. Scarce silk woven example of the head of a Native American medicine man on a red background. Worn by British troops at the Batus Training Centre in Suffield Canada.
Beaumont College-Windsor- O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the College. {No scroll pattern}
Beaumont College-Windsor- O.T.C. Black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing a horseshoe and three crosses surmounted by a wing and an arrow on a hob-nailed eight-pointed star above the title scroll, " Beaumont O.T.C. "
Bedford School - O.T.C. Brass shoulder title, Bedford / OTC / Modern School.
Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A Hart standing in water to the centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and hob-nailed star above the furled title scroll.
Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Dowler Birmingham. A hart standing in water to the centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and hob-nailed star above the furled title scroll.
Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment. Printed WW II white on red shoulder title,Bedfs.and Herts.
Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment. WW II plastic issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A stag in water to the centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and hob-nailed star above the title scroll. [ Badge slightly warped]
Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment. Fine quality officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { Folded into loops } and makers details for " J & Co. " to the reverse. A hart standing in water to the centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and hob-nailed star above the title scroll.
Bedfordshire Regiment { Hertfordshire Volunteers.} Scarce victorian black-brass NCO\'s cross-belt plate with three screw bolts retaining the original nuts and later added for display scarlet cloth backing to the reverse. A Hart to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, \" 1st. Hertfordshire Volr. Battn.\" within a crowned wreath of oak carrying the title scrolls, \" The Bedfordshire Regiment.\"
Bedfordshire Regiment - Territorials. Anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. A hart standing in water to the centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and star above the title scroll, \" Bedfordshire \"
Bedfordshire Regiment - Volunteers. Victorian white metal glengarry badge with three loops to the reverse worn by the 3rd. { Bedford } Volunteer Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment. The stag to the centre of a maltese cross and multi-rayed star to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
Bedfordshire Regiment-Volunteers. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. { Hertfordshire } Volunteer Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment. A hart standing in water to the centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and multi-rayed star bearing the scrolls, " 1st. Herts V.B " and " Bedfordshire "
Bedfordshire Regiment-Volunteers. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. Volunteer Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment. A Hart standing in water to the voided centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and multi-rayed star above the title scroll, " 1 V.B.Bedfordshire " [This is the Field-Service cap pattern}
Bedfordshire Regiment-Volunteers. Victorian other ranks white metal Home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. A hart standing in water to the voided centre of a maltese cross and star to the centre of a circlet bearing the \" Bedfordshire \" title within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi rayed star plate.
Bedfordshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 5 / Bedford. Worn by the 5th. [ Bedford ] Territorial Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment.
Bedfordshire Regiment. Scarce silver gilt and enamel victorian officers cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn on the \" Station Master\'s \" stye forage cap. A Hart standing in water on a dark blue enamel ground to the centre of a Garter Strap on a multi-rayed star and maltese cross that carries the title scroll, \" Bedfordshire \" { A piece of black felt has been stuck to the reverse centre }
Bedfordshire Regiment. Fine quality officers silver gilt and enamel victorian Home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. A Hart standing in water to the centre of a maltese cross and star backed by dark blue enamel within a Garter Strap and wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star back plate.
Bedfordshire Regiment. White metal shoulder title, T / 5 / Bedford. Worn by the 5th. [ Bedford ] Territorial Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment.
Bedfordshire Regiment. WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A hart standing in water to the centre of a voided Garter Strap on a maltese cross and multi-rayed star that carries the title scroll, " Bedfordshire "
Bedfordshire Regiment. Early pattern bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A Hart standing in water to the centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and multi-rayed star above the scroll, " Bedfordshire "
Bedfordshire Yeomanry. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. An eagle taken from the Arms of the Beauchamp family with the Old Bedford Castle upon its breast.
Bedfordshire Yeomanry. Brass cap badge with long slider fitting to the reverse. Bedford Castle to the breast of an eagle taken from the Arms of the Beauchamp Family.
Beja Battle Badge. Scarce WW II unofficial locally made badge awarded to units of the Royal Artillery and the Hampshire Regiment. An aluminium shield backed with red felt material bearing a German tank pierced by a sword and a small " BEJA " title plaque,complete with a brass brooch type pin fitting to the reverse. These badges were ordered by the Commanding Officer of 172 Field Regiment Royal Artillery to be produced in Tunis and awarded to members of 155 Battery Royal Artillery and men of the 5th. Hampshire Regiment to commemorate their heroic stand against an attack by German Armour.The badge was worn either pinned to the battledress pocket or on the sleeve below the formation sign.
Belfast C.C.F. Embroidered in gold on black cloth shoulder title, " Royal Belfast / Academical Institute / C.C.F. "
Belgian Air Force. Brass WW II era pilot's side-cap badge with long pin fitting to the reverse. The cypher of King Leopold III flanked by a pair of wings.
Belgian Forces -England. WW II printed example of the green shamrock and the letter "S" on a fused grenade on a black shield shaped background,still affixed to a section of battledress material. Worn by the 4th. [Steentraete ] Belgian Infantry Brigade.
Belgian Forces. Embroidered in red on khaki shoulder title, " Belgie " complete with a printed arm strip in the Belgian national colours, Black yellow and red. { Paper glued to reverse of title.}
Belgian Forces. Pair of white embroidered on khaki shoulder titles, " Belgium "
Belgian Forces. WW II embroidered red on khaki shoulder title, " Belgium ". Worn by the Free Belgian Forces. [ Old glue stuck t reverse ]
Belize Defence Force. Scarce gilt-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London. An axe and a rifle crossed upon a tree within a circle bearing the title and motto, " Shoulder To Shoulder ". { Originally British Honduras }
Berkshire and Westminster Dragoons. Pair of brass shoulder titles,B&WDGNS, complete with original shaped back-plates.
Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry. Brass cap badge with three loops to the reverse. The skeletal White Horse of Uffington above the scroll, " Berkshire " and the letters, " I.Y "
Berkshire Yeomanry. Excellent quality white faced enamel gilt sweetheart brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. A gilt "Uffington" style horse upon a blue enamel scroll,Berkshire,and a gilt letter"Y". Above the horse a red enamel king's crown.
Berkshire Yeomanry. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The skeletal White Horse of Uffington above the furled title scroll, " Berkshire "
Berkshire Yeomanry. Scarce brass small size beret badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The skeletal " White Horse of Uffington " above the scroll, Berkshire.
Berkshire Yeomanry. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The skeletal White Horse of Uffington above the title scroll, " Berkshire ".
Berkshire Yeomanry. Two { Not a pair } officers bronze service dress collar badges. A crescent surmounted by a star.
Bermuda Regiment. Queen's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A maltese cross upon the wheel and barrel of a field-gun above a half-wreath of laurel surmounted by the crown and " Bermuda " scroll.
Bermuda Rifle Volunteers. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London. A crowned bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, \" Volunteer Rifles \" on a maltese cross within a wreath of laurel surmounted by a Guelphic Crown and the tablet. \" Bermuda \"
Birkenhead School - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the School and the title scroll on an angular shield shape.
Birmingham Fund Raising Badge. Celluliod covered tin badge with pin fitting to the reverse,sold to collect funds during WW II. Red and white badge with a spitfire and the legend, "Birmingham's War Weapons Week,Oct.14 to 19 1940". [Slight rust patches to the reverse.]
Birmingham University - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the University above the tri-part title scroll.
Bishop's Stortford College. Embroidered maroon on light blue shoulder title, Bishop's Stortford College / C.C.F.
Black Watch [ Royal Highlanders ] Fine quality other ranks white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. St. Andrew upon the Star of the order of the Thistle with double scrolls bearing the full Regimental titles.
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } King\'s crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. St. Andrew upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle with double scrolls bearing the full titles.
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } Brass shoulder title, T /7 / R H " Worn by the 7th. { Fife } Territorial Battalion Black Watch.
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } King\'s crown officers silver / gilt glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. St. Andrew upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle with double scrolls bearing the full titles.
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } Brass shoulder title, \" T / 5 / R H \" Worn by the 5th. { Arbroath } Battalion the Black Watch.
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } Victorian white metal glengarry badge with two black loops to the reverse. St. Andrew to the centre of the Star of the Order of the Thistle with double scrolls bearing the full titles.
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } King\'s crown NCO\'s bi / metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. St. Andrew mounted upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle between double scrolls bearing the full titles.
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } King's crown NCO 's multi-piece construction bi / metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. St. Andrew upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle with the crown above and the sphinx below.
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } Scarce WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. St. Andrew upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle.
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } King's crown white metal glengarry badge with unusual four loop fittings to the reverse. St. Andrew to the centre of the crowned Order of the Thistle within a laurel wreath on a multi-faceted star.
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } - Volunteers. Scarce white metal victorian glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Angus } Volunteer Battalion Black Watch. St. Andrew on the Star of the Order of the Thistle with the victorian crown sphinx honour and double scrolls bearing the titles, " The Royal Highlanders " and " 2nd. Vol Battn ".
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } - Volunteers. Victorian white metal glengarry badge worn by the Perthshire Highland Rifle Volunteers. A thistle with leaves to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title.
Black Watch { Royal Highlanders } - Volunteers. Scarce white metal victorian glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. St. Andrew to the centre of the Star of the Order of the Thistle with the crown above and the sphinx below and double scrolls bearing the titles, " 3rd. Vol Batt. Royal High.rs." and " Black Watch." Worn by the 3rd. { Dundee Highland } Volunteer Battalion Black Watch { Royal Highlanders }
Black Watch {Royal Highlanders} - Volunteers. White metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 6th. {Fifeshire} Volunteer Battalion Black Watch. The Thain of Fife to the centre of a strap bearing the motto.
Black Watch. Royal Highlanders King's crown bi / metal NCO's glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. St. Andrew to the centre of the Order of the Thistle with double scrolls bearing the full titles.
Black Watch.{Royal Highlanders } -Volunteers. Scarce victorian white metal other ranks Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. St. Andrew upon the Order of the Thistle to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, \" 2nd. Midlothian & Peebles R.V. \" within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Black Watch.{Royal Highlanders } -Volunteers. White metal glengarry badge with two black loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. { Perthshire } Volunteer Battalion Black Watch. A shield bearing a Paschal Lamb upon the chest of a double-headed eagle above the tri-part motto scroll. { A later pattern of the badge was worn by Trinity College Glenalmond. }
Black Watch.{Royal Highlanders } -Volunteers. White metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 6th. { Fifeshire } Volunteer Battalion Black Watch. The Thain of Fife to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto, \" Virtute Et Opera \"
Bloxham School - Oxfordshire. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing a chevron and three arrowheads above the motto scroll, "Justorum Semita Lux Splendens "
Bloxham School. Brass shoulder title, Bloxham / O.T.C. / School.
Blundell\'s School - Devon - O.T.C. Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing a squirrel above the motto scroll.
Bomb Disposal. Embroidered example of the yellow aerial bomb on a red oval background worn on the sleeve of Royal Engineer qualified Bomb Disposal units.
Bombay Light Horse. Scarce white metal king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of Bombay to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto, "Urbis Prima In Indis" on a multi-rayed star with the title scroll to the lower points.
Bombay Light Patrol. King's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of Bombay to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll.
Border Regiment - Militia. Scarce white metal king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A crowned hob-nailed star bearing the title scroll a wreath of laurel and a maltese cross with the China Dragon to the centre of a half-voided circle with red backing and brass holding clip to the reverse.
Border Regiment - Militia. Rare officers bronze service dress king's crown cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A crowned hob-nailed star carrying the title scroll, " The Border Regt. " bearing a wreath and maltese cross with the " China " dragon to the centre of a blank circlet
Border Regiment - Territorials. King's crown white metal near mint condition cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse,worn by the 5th. [ Cumberland ] Territorial Battalion Border Regiment. The number " 5 " to the centre of a circlet bearing the South Africa honour on a crowned maltese cross and hob-nailed star that carries the title scroll , " Border Cumberland Regiment."
Border Regiment - Territorials. Scarce white metal king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 4th. {Cumberland & Westmorland} Battalion the Border regiment. A circlet bearing the South Africa honour with " 4th. " to the centre on a maltese cross and crowned multi-faceted star that carries the furled title scroll.
Border Regiment - Territorials. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 4th. [ Cumberland and Westmorland ] Territorial Battalion Border Regiment. The South Africa honour and " 4th " to the centre of a crowned maltese cross on a multi-faceted star carrying the title scroll " Border Cumberland & Westmorland Regiment." [For some reason the " & " in the title has been erased ? Priced accordingly.]
Border Regiment -Territorials. Rare WW I brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A dragon standing upon double "ribbon scrolls " bearing the title, "Eleventh Battalion Border Regiment." Worn by the 11th. [Lonsdale ] Battalion Border Regiment Kitchener's Army.
Border Regiment- Volunteers. Fine quality victorian officers silvered and enamel Home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the the 1st. Volunteer Battalion Border Regiment. The Dragon on a ground of red and white enamel to the centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and laurel wreath with double scrolls bearing \" The Border Regt. \" and \" 1st. Volunteer Battalion \" mounted upon the laurel wreath of a crowned multi-rayed star back-plate.
Border Regiment- Volunteers. White metal field service cap badge with two loops and red cloth central backing clip to the reverse worn by Volunteer Battalions of the Border Regiment. The China Dragon to the centre of a half-voided Garter Strap showing the red backing on a plain maltese cross within a wreath of laurel above the tri-part furled title scroll, \" The Border Regt.\" { Approx 4 cms high }
Border Regiment- Volunteers. Victorian white metal and enamel other ranks Home Service helmet plate with three loops and central backing clip to the reverse. A crowned multi-rayed star plate with laurel wreath carrying double scrolls, \" The Border Regt. \" and \" 1st. Volunteer Battn.\" with the China Dragon backed by red enamel to the half-voided centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and wreath of laurel.
Border Regiment- Volunteers. Scarce white metal other ranks glengarry badge with two loops and original central red backing cloth to the reverse. The dragon to the half-voided centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and wreath of laurel above double scrolls bearing the titles, \" The Border Regt.\" and \" 1st. Volunteer Battn.\"
Border Regiment-Militia Rare king's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the Militia Battalion. The China Dragon to the centre of a circlet bearing the Garter Motto within a crowned wreath and maltese cross with no honours to the arms above the title scroll, "The Border Regt.",mounted upon a very finely faceted,multi-rayed star.
Border Regiment-Volunteers. Scarce officers king's crown small pattern silver [not marked ] and enamel cap badge with two loops and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The China Dragon on red enamel to the centre of a circlet bearing the South Africa battle honour within a crowned maltese cross and laurel wreath,all mounted upon a very finely faceted star.
Border Regiment. King's crown silver and enamel sweetheart brooch with pin fitting makers details for " T.L.M " and a " Sterling " stamp to the reverse. Design as for the cap badge with red blue green and white enamel.
Border Regiment. Victorian white metal cap badge with two loops and red felt central backing clips to the reverse. The China Dragon to the centre of a circlet bearing the Regiment\'s unique battle honour within a laurel wreath and crowned maltese cross with honours to each of the arms above the title scroll on a multi-faceted star. { One backing clip absent
Border Regiment. Scarce WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. The China Dragon to the voided red centre of a circlet bearing the Regiment\'s unique battle honour within a wreath and maltese cross with honours to each arm on a crowned multi-faceted star that carries the title scroll.
Border Regiment. Officers bronze king's crown cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The "China Dragon " and the Regiment's unique battle honour to the centre of a wreath and maltese cross with honours to each the arms,upon on a hob-nailed star with the crown above and the title scroll below.
Border Regiment. Embroidered in yellow on green with purple backing shoulder title, " Border "
Border Regiment. Scarce early 1900's white on red embroidered shoulder title, "Border " [ Few moth nips ]
Border Regiment. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" Border \" on original blue /grey slip-on backing worn by the 2nd. Battalion Border Regiment.
Border Regiment. Embroidered in yellow on maroon shoulder title, depicting the title, " Border " above a glider on a shaped backing. worn in the early 1950's as an " Honour " title to commemorate the first Airborne operations by British troops.
Border Regiment. Scarce officers silvered and enamel glengarry badge with two loops and central backing plate to the reverse. The China Dragon on a ground of red and white enamel to the centre of a circlet bearing the Regiment\'s unique battle honour on a maltese cross with honours to each arm and lions at the intersections upon a wreath of laurel above the tri-part title scroll, \" The Border Regt. \"
Border Regiment. White metal other ranks foreign service helmet pagri badge with slider fitting [ Slightly shortened ] and centre brass backing clip to the reverse. The China Dragon to the voided centre of a circlet bearing the Regiment's unique honour within a wreath laurel and a maltese cross bearing honours to the arms above the tri-part title scroll.
Border Regiment. Scarce WW II embroidered Battalion shoulder strap slip -on with Infantry Major\'s rank crown still affixed to it. Worn by the 2nd. Battalion Border Regiment in the Far- East. { Faded to a grey colour, the reverse shows the original colour.} { See my item 27735 for this offiicers metal title.}
Border Regiment. Superb quality unmarked silver and enamel officers cap badge with flat back-plate and two loops to the reverse. The China Dragon on red enamel to the centre of a circlet bearing the Regiment's unique battle honour on a maltese cross and laurel wreath above the title scroll all mounted upon a multi-faceted star. [ Old label stain to the reverse ]
Border Regiment. WW II black on khaki embroidered shoulder strap slip-on, "Border " with double canvas tapes to the reverse.
Border Regiment. Scarce WW II printed white on red shoulder title, " Border ".
Border Regiment. Scarce king's crown white metal small size cap badge with long slider fitting and brass clip holding the red felt centre to the reverse. The china Dragon to the centre of a circlet bearing the Regiment's unique honour within a wreath and crowned maltese cross bearing honours to each of the arms on a multi-faceted hob-nailed star that carries the title, " The Border Regt. ".
Border Regiment. White metal and enamel sweetheart brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. A Border Regiment collar badge fitted within a blue enamel strap with star designs.
Border Regiment. Queens crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The China Dragon to the centre of a circlet bearing the Regiments unique honour on a crowned maltese cross wreath and multi-faceted star that carries the title scroll.
Border Regiment. King\'s crown unmarked silver cap badge with two silver loops to the reverse. The China Dragon to the centre of a circlet bearing the Regiment\'s unique honour on a crowned maltese cross with battle honours to each arm within a wreath of laurel above the title scroll on a multi-faceted star.
Bournemouth School. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of Bournemouth County Borough Council surmounted by a knight's helm with mantling above the title scroll. { Helmet plume very well re-fixed.}
Bradfield College - O.T.C. Bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The " China " Dragon above the floriated title scroll.
Bradford Home Guard. White metal and blue enamel proficiency sleeve badge,with two loops to the reverse and makers details for Fattorini Bradford. The lettering "Proficiency Badge" to the centre with Home Guard Bradford in the circlet around. [These units of the West Riding of Yorkshire Home Guard,appear to be the only ones to issue a metal proficiency badge]
Brasil Title. Rare WW II embroidered black on pale khaki shoulder title,"Brasil " within a border of the Brazilian colours of green and yellow. Volunteers from Brazil fought with the Allies in Italy.
Bren-Carrier. Embroidered in white on khaki sleeve trade badge worn by a " Bren-Carrier Driver " The letters " B.C " above a winged wheel. One of the many semi-official badges seen in wear.
Brentwood School - Essex -Cadets. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the School above the title scroll, " Brentwood School C.C.F. "
Brentwood School- Cadets. Scarce chromed white metal on brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the School above the tri-part scroll, \" School Brentwood Cadets \" { See Michael Wood\'s excellent book on Essex Cadet Units for more information} { Slight loss of finish to the front }
Bridlington School - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. { Converted from slider } Three letter " B" 's on a shield above the motto and title scroll, " Bridlington School / O.T.C. "
Bridlington School - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing three letter, \" B \" \'s above the motto scroll and title, \" Bridlington School O.T.C. \"
Bridlington School - O.T.C. Brass shoulder title Bridlington / OTC / School, complete with shaped brass back plate.
Brigade of Guards Employment Service. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The "BGES" monogram surmounted by the crown within an oval.
Brigadier / Staff Officer. King's crown gold bullion wire embroidered cap badge still affixed to the scarlet hat-band. The Royal Crest.
Brigadier / Staff Officer. King\'s crown gold bullion wire embroidered cap badge. The Royal Crest.
Brighton College. Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the College Arms and a Greek motto scroll within an oak spray backed by crossed rifles and surmounted by a flat-topped crown.
Brighton Grammar School. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Star of the Order of the Garter and the Roussillon Plume above the title scroll.
Brighton Grammar School. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Star of the Order of the Garter backed by the Roussillon plume above the furled title scroll.
Bristol Grammar School - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The head of a cockerel above a block tablet bearing the letters, \" B.G.S.O.T.C. \"
Bristol University - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the University above the tri-part title scroll. { Front slightly corroded, reverse very clean }
Bristol University- O.T.C. Anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London. The Arms of the University.
Bristol University- O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the University. { Slider probably shortened slightly }
British Columbia Dragoons. WW II embroidered example of the yellow on maroon shoulder title, British Columbia / Dragoons / Canada. [ Mothed to top edge backing ,not affecting the title.]
British Columbia Hussars. Excellent quality officers king's crown sil / gilt cap badge with two loops an makers details for Scully to the reverse. A representation of the sea and the title " BC Hussars " to the centre of a crowned stylized sunrise above a scroll bearing the motto.
British Columbia Regiment. Rare white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse,still affixed to a J.R.Gaunt & Son pre-production pattern card,with its lead seal. The card is dated 1971 and "Conditionally Approved" as a notation to the reverse states that the "cotter-pins must protrude 1/4 of an inch"
British Commonwealth Occupation Force- Japan Embroidered and printed examples of the two signs worn by the Occupation Forces. Golden-yellow king's crown and the title scroll, " British Commonwealth Forces " on a { faded } dark blue backing, worn above the small printed " Union Flag ". Worn by all personnel , British,Indian,Australian New Zealand and the R.A.F.
British Embassy. Scarce embroidered armband with elasticated clip fitting to the reverse. The title " British Embassy / Control Officer " surmounted by a red inset king's crown in yellow embroidery on a black armband.
British Guiana Battalion. Scarce king's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. An old style sailing ship to the centre of a strap bearing the title within a crowned wreath of laurel.
British Guiana Militia Artillery. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting bearing makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. An old style field-gun above the motto scroll, " Damus Petimusque Vicissim" surmounted by the crown and "B.G.M.A" title.
British Honduras Volunteers. Scarce bronze king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A tree to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title,British Honduras Volunteers.
British Honduras. Scarce king\'s crown bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A Mahogany tree to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the tile, \" British Honduras Defence Force.\"
British Military Mission - Lybia. Scarce embroidered example of the white Star and Crescent within Arabic script on a circular background of red black and green,with four " Press-Stud " fittings to the reverse.
British Military Mission- Greece. WW II embroidered stylized example of the Greek National Flag surmounted by a bullion Greek crown on a khaki backing. Worn by Allied Forces to let the local people know they were friendly forces. Backing slightly mothed.
British Red Cross / Order of St. John. WW I Bronze cap badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Geneva Cross and the Order of St. John to the centre of an oval bearing the title. Worn by uniformed members working in hospitals behind the front lines.
British Red Cross & Order of St. John. Scarce embroidered example of the WW II formation sign worn by the B.R.C. & O.St.J. Joint War Organisation based in India. The symbols of the two organisations on a black shield with a red border,above a gold wire embroidered,India,with press-stud fittings to the reverse.
British Red Cross. Scarce WW I enamelled cap badge with two loops individual issue number and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Geneva Cross on a white rectangular ground. Worn by uniformed Red Cross ambulance drivers
British Red Cross. Extremely scarce WW I embroidered in various shades of khaki sleeve badge worn by a Red Cross despatch rider. The red Geneva Cross to the centre of a motor-cycle wheel flanked by a pair of upswept wings surmounted by the letters, \" B.R.C \"
British Security Co-ordination. Rare yellow brass king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse. The tri-part title scroll across a crowned wreath of laurel. Set up in New York in 1941 ostensibly to protect British shipping and war supplies,although its real task was stealing codes and mail from foreign embassies and training Jugoslav-Canadians for clandestine work in Jugoslavia. After 1942 members attended the spy school in Oshawa Toronto along with their American counterparts from the O.S.S. [See L.Whittaker's Book - " Private Armies " for more information.]
British Troops Bahrain. Printed example of the white Arabic letters on a red square.[Slightly faded by the sun!]
British Troops Berlin. Woven example of the red title and circle on a black background.
British Troops- Berlin. Embroidered example of the first pattern formation sign. A scarlet circle on a black backing.
British West Indies Regiment. Pair of king\'s crown officers bronze service dress collar badges with makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. An old style sailing ship to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title within a wreath of laurel and palm.
British West Indies Regiment. King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. An old style sailing ship to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title within a wreath of laurel and palm.
British West Indies Regiment. Brass shoulder title, \" B W I \" accompanied by a Firmin made king\'s crown button to the Regiment with a 1915 date. { The year the New Regiment was formed by volunteers to serve with the British Forces.} { See Renfrew\'s book page 16.}
Bromsgrove School Worcestershire- O.T.C. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Lion to the centre of a Garter Strap on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll, \" Bromsgrove School O.T.C. \"
Bromsgrove School- C.C.F. Scarce " Bright-metal " cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of Bromsgrove School.
Buckinghamshire Battalion [Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry.] Black brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for "F.N " Birmingham. The Swan form the Arms of Aylesbury to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a crowned maltese cross.[Finish mostly now brass]
Buckinghamshire Battalion { Oxf. & Bucks. Light Infantry.} Scarce embroidered in yellow on dark green shoulder title, \" Buckinghamshire \"
Buckinghamshire Battalion { Oxf. & Bucks. Light Infantry.} Very scarce WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Swan from the County Arms to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a crowned maltese cross.
Buckinghamshire Battalion- Territorials. Scarce WW I black on khaki shoulder title, " Bucks ". { Originally issued with the letter " T " below these titles were often cut down to wear as this }
Buckinghamshire Battalion. Scarce king's crown officers black metal cross-belt plate with three screw bolts [two original nuts ] and centre back-plate to the reverse. The Swan from the County Arms on a scarlet backing to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a crowned maltese cross.
Buckinghamshire Battalion. Queen's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt Birmingham. The Swan from the County Arms to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a crowned maltese cross.
Buckinghamshire Battalion. Brass and enamel King's crown sweetheart brooch with original pin fitting to the reverse. Design as the Buckinghamshire Battalion cap badge in red and blue enamel on a white enamelled floriated background.[ Marks on the white enamel are " Dirt " not damage ! ]
Buckinghamshire Battalion. Scarce king\'s crown embroidered in black on red beret badge. The Swan from the County Arms to the centre of a crowned maltese cross. Probably worn by the T / A or Cadets.
Buckinghamshire Battalion. ( Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry ) Black-brass shoulder title, Buckinghamshire.
Buckinghamshire Battalion. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Officers king's crown silver plated cap badge with two loops and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The Swan from the County Arms to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a crowned maltese cross.
Buckinghamshire Battalion.[ Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry] Black-brass shoulder title, T / Buckinghamshire.
Buckinghamshire County Cadets. Scarce white metal victorian cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Swan from the County Arms surmounted by the crown.
Buckinghamshire Regiment - Territorials- { R.A. } Queen's crown anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Swan from the County Arms to the centre of crowned circlet bearing the title.
Buckinghamshire Regiment-Territorials.{ R. A. } Scarce embroidered in white on black queen\'s crown beret badge. The Swan from the County Arms to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
Buckinghamshire Rifle Volunteers. Victorian Black-brass other ranks helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. The Swan from the County Arms to the voided centre of a circlet bearing the title, "1st. Bucks Rifle Volunteer Corps on a crowned maltese cross.
Buckinghamshire Volunteer Defence Force. Scarce small bronze cap badge with two small wire loops to the reverse worn in WWI as part of the Volunteer Training Corps. The Swan from the County Arms above the title, " Bucks V.D.C. 1914 "
Buffs East Kent Regiment. WW II printed white on red shoulder title, " Buffs " that has been cut to shape. { Paper spots to reverse }
Buffs East Kent Regiment. WW II printed in white on red shoulder title, " Buffs ".
Buffs - { East Kent Regiment.} Fine quality pair of WW I officers khaki service dress shoulder straps bearing three embroidered " pips " and white embroidered " Buffs " title.
Buffs [ East Kent Regiment ] White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A Dragon standing on ground above the title scroll, " The Buffs ". [ Probably plated brass ]
Buffs [East Kent Regiment ] Early pair of officers unmarked silver collar badges. The Dragon standing on ground.
Buffs [East Kent Regiment.] Single officers silver [not marked ] collar badge with silver loops to the reverse. A dragon on ground.
Buffs { East Kent Regiment.} Brass other ranks home service helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. A dragon to the centre of a circlet bearing the full title. Designed to be worn with the universal pattern helmet plate. Now with black backing to the centre for display.
Buffs. East Kent Regiment Brass shoulder title, T / 5 / Buffs. Worn by the 5th. [ Weald of Kent ] Territorial Battalion The Buffs.
Buffs. { East Kent Regiment.} Scarce black-brass shoulder title, " Buffs / Palestinian " Worn by the " Buffs Palestinian Battalion " in 1940 and composed of Palestinian Jews and Arabs.
Buffs. { East Kent Regiment.} Fine quality victorian officers silver / gilt Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. The Dragon on a ground of black velvet to the centre of a Garter Strap within a wreath of laurel that carries both Regimental titles mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star back-plate. { The \" Buffs \" title scroll added in 1900.} { One or two light spots of green verdigris to the Garter Strap }
Buffs. { East Kent Regiment.} Fine quality officers silver plated heavy die-struck cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The China Dragon standing on ground above the title scroll, \" The Buffs \"
Buffs. { East Kent Regiment.} Pale tropical k.d. officers shoulder strap slip-on bearing rank insignia for a Lieutenant-Colonel and a white embroidered title, \" Buffs \" { Few slight areas of mothing.}
Buffs. { East Kent Regiment.} Scarce early pattern brass shoulder title, \" The / Buffs \" with two black loops to the reverse. { Scarce variation of Westlake number 743 ? }
Buffs. { East Kent Regiment.} Very scarce bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. Territorial Battalion The Buffs. A dragon on ground above the scroll, \" 4th.Bn. The Buffs.\"
Buffs. { East Kent Regiment.} Fine quality officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Dragon on ground above the furled title scroll, \" The Buffs \"
Burma Intelligence Corps. Scarce black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A Chinthe upon a torse above the title scroll. Raised after the fall of Burma to provide guides,interpreters and intelligence personnel to British and Indian Army officers.
Burma Military Police. Cast white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A crowned Chinthe on a torse above the motto tablet and a furled scroll bearing the title, " Reserve Bn. B.M.P. "
Burma Star Association. Fine quality gilt and enamel cap / beret badge with three loops to the reverse. The cypher of " G vi R I " on a yellow enamelled title and gilt star above the green enamel title, " Burma Star Assoc. " { Approx 4.5 cms high }
Burma. Scarce bi /metal collar badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Burma Army Signals. This title on an oval surmounted by a peacock with the figure of Mercury to the centre.
Cadet Company Imperial Yeomanry ? Unusual brass shoulder title, \" C C I Y \" Possibly worn by the Cadet Company of the King\'s Royal Rifle Corps who served with the City Imperial Volunteers in the Boer War and were the only Cadet unit to be awarded the \" South Africa \" honour.
Cadet Infantryman. Embroidered example of the white bayonet within a half wreath of laurel on a khaki backing. Worn by a Cadet trained in Infantry skills. { Now discontinued }
Caernarvon & Denbeigh Yeomanry. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with three loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes above the title scroll.
Calcutta Light Horse / Auxiliary. Rare embroidered in black on pale tropical kd shoulder strap slip-on, " C.L.H./ A "
Calcutta Scottish. Cast brass other ranks war-produced headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. the Arms of Calcutta mounted upon a crowned saltire above the title scroll within a spray of thistle.
Calcutta Scottish. Scarce brass shoulder title,Calcutta Scottish.
Calcutta Scottish. Scarce silver plated officers elliptical shaped shoulder title, \" Calcutta / Scottish \"
Calcutta Scottish. Scarce king's crown officers silver cap badge with two loops makers details for Hamilton Calcutta and a " Silver " stamp to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of Calcutta upon a crowned hob-nailed saltire within a half wreath of thistle carrying the title scroll. { Finish much brighter than picture shows }
Camaronians [ Scottish Rifles ] - Militia. Scarce officers 1881-1902 black leather cross-belt still retaining the silvered cross-belt plate and chained whistle with guard. The plate bears the Mullet and strung bugle horn above the title scroll within a wreath of thistle surmounted by a guelphic crown complete with backing plate and four screw posts with nuts to the reverse. The Guard consists of a dragon upon a ray of 13 thistle leaves with two screw bolts to the reverse linked to the whistle by a three strand chain. [ One nut Absent ] The Whistle bears the double headed sphinx whilst the body displays the sphinx above acanthus leaves both bearing Birmingham hallmarks for " J & Co. " 1881. [ Small back-pouch absent from the set.]
Cambridge & County School - O.T.C. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A castle and the titles, \" Camb & County / O.T.C. \" on a plain background within a wreath of laurel
Cambridge University - O.T.C. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms off the University to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title above the motto scroll.
Cambridge University - O.T.C. Brass shoulder title complete with shaped brass backing plate to the reverse, Cambridge / O.T.C. / University.
Cambridge University 0.T.C. King's crown bronze cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the University to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title above the motto scroll, " Discendo Duces "
Cambridgeshire Army Cadets. Very scarce early pattern formation sign. A diamond shape of light blue and black with central red and yellow stripe.
Cambridgeshire Regiment. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of Ely to the central tower of Cambridge Castle above double scrolls bearing the title and South Africa honour.
Cambridgeshire Regiment. Scarce WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. Cambridge Castle bearing the Arms of Ely above the scroll, \" The Cambridgeshire Regt. \" { Very slightly curved.}
Cambridgeshire Regiment. Scarce WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, \" Cambridgeshire \" with two canvas loops to the reverse.
Cambridgeshire Regiment. Very scarce WW II printed in white on red shoulder title, \" Cambridgeshire \". { One of the hardest WW II printed titles to find. }
Cambridgeshire Regiment. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Arms of Ely to the centre of Cambridge Castle above the title scroll.
Cambridgeshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, " Cambridgeshire ".
Cambridgeshire Regiment. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of Ely to the centre of Cambridge Castle above the title scroll, " The Cambridgshire Regt " { This is the pattern lacking the letter " E " in the title scroll. }
Cambridgeshire University Rifle Volunteers. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of Cambridge University.
Cameron Highlanders Queen\'s Own Brass elliptical shoulder title, Liverpool / T / Cameron / Scottish, worn by the Liverpool Scottish Territorial Battalion. [ Formerly the 10th. [Liverpool Scottish ] Battalion King's Liverpool Regiment transferred to the Cameron Highlanders in 1937.] [ Title slightly curved to fit the shoulder strap ]
Cameron Highlanders-Canada. WW II embroidered in yellow on black shoulder title, \" Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa / M G \"
Cameron Highlanders. [ Queen's Own ] Pair of WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-ons, " Camerons " with canvas tapes to the reverse.
Cameronians [ Scottish Rifles ] White metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The Mullet and strung bugle horn within a wreath of thistle.
Cameronians [ Scottish Rifles ] Pair of black-brass collar badges with single lug fitting to the reverse. The Mullet and bugle horn.
Cameronians [ Scottish Rifles ] Small size brass shoulder title, " SR " [ Inked notation to the reverse ]
Cameronians [Scottish Rifles ] Fine quality officers hallmarked silver glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The Mullet and strung bugle horn bearing makers details for " J & Co. " and Birmingham hallmarks for 1906 to the centre of a thistle wreath.
Cameronians [Scottish Rifles ] - Territorials. Scarce white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A Mullet and a bugle horn with the number " 5 " between the strings within a wreath of thistle. Worn by the 5th. [Glasgow ] Territorial Battalion Cameronians [Scottish Rifles ]
Cameronians { Scottish Rifles } White metal pagri badge with long slider fitting to the reverse. A Mullet upon the furled title scroll, " The Cameronians "
Cameronians { Scottish Rifles } White metal pipers badge with three loops to the reverse. A large mullet { star } above the title scroll, " The Cameronians." { approx 6 x 8 cms.}
Cameronians { Scottish Rifles } Fine quality silver sweetheart brooch with pin fitting and " Sterling Silver " plate to the reverse. A Mullet and strung bugle horn within a wreath of thistle. { Approx 3.5 cms wide }
Cameronians { Scottish Rifles } Victorian black-brass glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The Mullet and strung bugle horn within a wreath of thistle.
Cameronians { Scottish Rifles } - Volunteers. Scarce white metal cap badge with two black loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. { Glasgow } Volunteer Battalion Cameronians { Scottish Rifles } The Mullet and bugle horn surmounted by " 4 V " within a wreath of thistle.
Cameronians { Scottish Rifles.} Scarce WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on with canvas tapes to the reverse, " Cameronians "
Cameronians { Scottish Rifles.} Embroidered in black on dark green shoulder title, \" Cameronians.\"
Cameronians { Scottish Rifles.} White metal glengarry badge with two unusual white metal flat loops to the reverse. The Mullet and bugle horn to the centre of a wreath of thistle.
Cameronians { Scottish Rifles.} Black-brass first pattern larger sized shoulder title as worn on the greatcoat, \" S R \"
Cameronians { Scottish Rifles.} - Volunteers. White metal glengarry badge with two black loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Hamilton } Volunteer Battalion Cameronians.
Cameronians {Scottish Rifles} -Territorials. Very scarce white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 5th. Territorial Battalion Cameronians. the number " 5 " between the strings of a bugle horn surmounted by the mullet within a wreath of thistle.
Cameronians. [ Scottish Rifles ] Scarce white metal foreign service helmet pagri badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The letters, " SR " to the centre of a strung bugle horn. Worn by the 2nd. Battalion Cameronians in the late 1800's .
Campbell College - Belfast- O.T.C. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the College surmounted by a boar's head above the title scroll, " Campbell College O.T.C. ".
Canada- 48th. Highlanders. WW II printed red on dark blue shoulder title, " 48th. Highlanders / Of Canada "
Canada- C.E.F. Scarce WW I bronze shoulder title worn by the Divisional Supply Column Royal Canadian Army Service Corps. The " RCASC " cap badge on a solid "Canada " title with " Divl. Sup. Col. " on a furled scroll below.
Canada- New Brunswick Regiment - Tank. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing a WW I style tank and an old sailing galley to the centre of upper and lower scrolls carrying the title and motto connected by a row of maple leaves.
Canada. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the Canadian Legion Air Services Ex-Servicemen. The " CL " monogram and a pair of wings on a crowned shield within a furled circlet bearing the title.
Canada. King's crown silver and enamel sweethearts brooch with locking brooch pin fitting and " Birks - Sterling " to the reverse. A maple leaf bearing the title, " Royal Montreal Regt. " upon a crowned blue enamel Garter Strap above the scroll, " Canada ".
Canadain Infantry - C.E.F. Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Crichtons Moose Jaw to the reverse worn by the 229th. [ Moose Jaw Saskatchewan ] Battalion C.E.F. A crowned wreath of maple leaves bearing " Overseas Battalion " " South Saskatchewan " and " Canada " scrolls with the number " 229 " upon a sheaf of wheat to the centre.
Canadian - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the New Brunswick University Contingent C.O.T.C. The Arms of the University to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto and " C.O.T.C. " title.
Canadian Air Force. Scarce king's crown white metal example of the large size officers 1920's pattern cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The crowned " CAF " monogram upon a maple leaf flanked by a pair of wings above the tri-part motto scroll, " Sic Itur Ad Astra "
Canadian Armoured Corps. WW II printed red on green within a brown border shoulder title, Canadian / Armoured Corps.
Canadian Armoured. King's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn at the Canadian Armoured Vehicles Training Centre. A WW I style tank and the title scroll, " Canada " to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel.
Canadian Armoured. WW II embroidered example of the yellow " 14 RCAR " on a red bar to the centre of a black diamond. Worn by the 14th. Royal Canadian Armoured Regiment.
Canadian Armoured. WW II embroidered example of the yellow lettering, " 11RCAR " on the red central bar of a black diamond. Worn by the Ontario Regiment in the 1st. Canadian Armoured Brigade,
Canadian Armoured. WW II brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 12th. Manitoba Dragoons. A charging Bison on ground bearing the roman numeral " XII " above the title scroll.
Canadian Armoured. WW II embroidered in red on black shoulder title, " 12 C T R " worn by the 12th. Canadian Tank Regiment.
Canadian Army Corps - C.E.F. Scarce WW I king's crown " Manufacturer's Error " brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The title " Army Dental Corps [DS] " to the centre of a crowned arch bearing " Canadian " upon a maple leaf. [ Title should have read " OS " for Overseas Service, not " DS " for Dental Service.]
Canadian Army Service Corps. King's crown brass multi-piece construction officers pouch badge with two screw bolt fittings to the reverse. A beaver on a black leather ground to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title,"Canadian Army Service Corps" within a wreath of maple upon a multi-rayed star plate. [Evidence of other fittings to the reverse,but these were often changed. See M. Mc Henry's book on the Army Service Corps.] [Approx 6 x 6 cms.]
Canadian Army Veterinary Corps. Two bronzed-brass C.E.F. collar badges [not a pair] The "CVC " monogram surmounted by a beaver within a wreath of maple. [See item 19586 for cap badge]
Canadian Artillery- C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by Canadian Field Artillery Batteries. A maple leaf bearing an old style field-gun surmounted by the crown and the " Canada" scroll above the Artillery motto and " Overseas ".
Canadian Artillery. WW II printed example of the red \" Zig-Zag \" on a blue bar within a red diamond. Worn by Canadian Artillery units in the First Canadian Army.
Canadian Artillery. Embroidered red on blue shoulder title,1 svy RCA, worn by the 1st.Survey Battery Royal Canadian Artillery.
Canadian Artillery. WW II embroidered example of the red diamond shape bearing a red \" Zig-Zag \" on a blue bar to the centre. worn by Canadian Artillery unite in the First Canadian Army.
Canadian Cadets. Small bronzed-brass cap / collar badge with two loops and a shield bearing makers details, " CM " to the reverse worn by the Victoria University { British Columbia } Cadets. The University Arms on a shield to the centre of a circlet bearing " Schola Universitatis Victoriensis " above the title scroll, " 170th. Cadet Corps " { Approx 3 cms high }
Canadian Cadets. King's crown bronze cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The title scroll, " Cadets Canada " surmounted by the Royal Crest within a spray of maple. [Gaunt Collection ]
Canadian Cadets. Scarce white metal cap badge with two loops and makers details for " Birks-Ellis " to the reverse worn by the " 21st. Cadet Corps ". This title within a wreath of maple enclosing the figure of an archer the motto scroll and the title " Galt ".
Canadian Cadets. Brass shoulder title, " CC / LCC " Worn by the Cadet Company Lower Canada Cadets. [Gaunt Collection ]
Canadian Cavalry. Pair of king's crown bi / metal collar badges worn by the 4th.Hussars of Canada. The roman numeral "IV" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title,above the motto scroll,"Pro Aris Et Focis"
Canadian Cavalry. Two collar badges worn by the 6th.[Duke of Connaught's ] Royal Canadian Hussars. One officers ? example with makers details for Gaunt Montreal [Made in England ] and one other ranks made by Scully. The lion and coronet above a scroll, "6th Hussars" [See item 18772 for officers cap badge]
Canadian Cavalry. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse. The title scroll, " Second Tenth Dragoons " above a bow and arrows and the motto scroll, " Sagittarii" surmounted by the head of a Native American Indian Chief.
Canadian Cavalry. WW II embroidered shoulder strap slip-on with two canvas loops to the reverse worn by the Lord Strathcona's Horse. The letters " L.S.H. " in black on a khaki backing.
Canadian Cavalry. Gilt officers cap badge with two loops and Scully makers details to the reverse,worn by the 19th. Alberta Dragoons. A horse standing on ground above the number "19" and a furled scroll "Alberta Dragoons." [See item 18966 for matching collar badges]
Canadian Cavalry. Scarce officers 6th.[Duke of Connaught's ] Royal Canadian Hussars silver plated cap badge with two screw bolts and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse. A half-bird and an arm holding a dagger backed by crossed cavalry swords above the roman numeral "VI" and a scroll bearing "D.C.R.C.H" [Silver plating lifting in some areas] [See item 18792 for collar badges]
Canadian Cavalry. Pair of officers gilt collar badges worn by the 19th.Alberta Dragoons. A horse standing on ground above the number "19" and the title scroll. [See item 18959 for the matching cap badge.]
Canadian Cavalry. Yellow brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the 2nd./ 10th. Dragoons. A Native American Chief's head above the title scroll,a bow and arrows and the motto, " Sagittarii ".
Canadian Cavalry. Superb quality king's crown silver / gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt Montreal { Made in England } to the reverse worn by the " King's Canadian Hussars " A moose's head and the motto scroll on a maple leaf to the centre of a crowned wreath of flowers above the title scroll.
Canadian Cavalry. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops and indistinct makers details to the reverse worn by the 10th. Brandt Dragoons. The number " 10 " and the title scroll above a bow and arrows and the motto, " Sagittari " surmounted by the head of a Native American Indian Chief. { Appears to have been officially converted from slider to loops ? }
Canadian Cavalry. Scarce pair of officers silver / gilt collar badges with makers details for Gaunt Montreal { Made in England } to the reverse worn by the 2nd. Dragoons. A monument and spray of maple above a horse's head and the motto scroll within an oval bearing the title. { Not exact but very close match that came together with the next lot }
Canadian Cavalry. Scarce Militia officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt Birmingham to the reverse worn by the 19th. Alberta Mounted Rifles. A horse standing on ground above the furled title scroll with the number \" 19 \" between the two. { Gilt now mostly cleaned to brass }
Canadian Cavalry. Bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Fort Garry Horse. This title and a fort mounted upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Cavalry. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 14th. Canadian Light Horse. A prancing horse above double scrolls bearing the title and motto.
Canadian Cavalry. Yellow on dark green embroidered shoulder title, \" 19th. Alberta Dragoons / Canada \"
Canadian Cavalry. Superb quality mint silver / gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt Montreal made in England to the reverse worn by the Prince of Wales Rangers. { Peterborough Regiment } The Prince of Wales's plumes above the title scroll.
Canadian Cavalry. Superb quality officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt Montreal { Made in England } to the reverse worn by the 2nd. Dragoons. A monument and a spray of maple above a horse's head and the motto scroll within an oval bearing the title. { See previous lot for collar badges }
Canadian Corps of Military Staff Clerks. WW II embroidered example of the yellow, " C.M.S.C. " on the maroon rectangle of the 5th. Canadian Armoured Division.
Canadian Corps Troops- C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Canadian Ordnance Corps. A shield bearing the Arms of the Board of Ordnance above the title scroll and surmounted by a beaver.
Canadian Corps- C.E.F. Scare king's crown " Two-tone " brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the 7th. Canadian Railway Troops C.E.F. The number " 7 " to the centre of a voided circlet on a maple leaf above a section of railway track and the " Canada " scroll mounted upon a crowned circlet carrying the " Overseas " title.
Canadian Cyclist Battalion-C.E.F. Brass king's crown WW I cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A crowned bicycle wheel bearing the title, "Divisional Cyclists Overseas " within a wreath of maple that carries the "Canada " scroll.
Canadian Cyclists- C.E.F. Scarce WW I king's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the Canadian Divisional Cyclist Corps. A beaver on a maple leaf to the centre of a crowned bicycle wheel backed by a pair of crossed rifles above the tri-part furled scroll, " Canadian Divisional Cyclists "
Canadian Cyclists- C.E.F. WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. Divisional Cyclists Company C.E.F. This title on a bicycle wheel surmounted by a beaver with the maple leaf and the number " 2 " to the centre above the title scroll, " Canada "
Canadian Farm Service. Scarce WW II gilt and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and indistinct makers marks to the reverse. A " Horn of Plenty " on a blue enamel ground to the centre of an oval bearing the title, " Farmerette Brigade " surmounted by the red enamelled crown on a tablet, " O F S F ". Raised in 1941 by the Ontario Farm Service Force these women worked on the land planting and harvesting crops for the the Country's food production in a similar way to our " Women's Land Army ".
Canadian Farm Service. Scarce WW II printed " Work overall " insignia. The Arms of Ontario to the centre of blue and white circles bearing the title, " Farm service Force " and the motto, " We Lend a Hand ". Instituted in 1942 to increase food production in Canada and consisted of mostly pre-service young men and women.
Canadian Field Artillery. Scarce WWI king's crown bronzed cap badge with two [ of three ] blades to the reverse. The number " 63 " to the centre of an old style field-gun wheel that bears the title, " Overseas Field Battery " above the motto scroll and surmounted by the crown and " Canada ".
Canadian Forces - C.E.F. WW I king's crown brass cap badge with two loops makers details for Gaunt London and central backing plate to the reverse worn by the 8th. Battalion Railway Troops C.E.F. The crown the number " 8 " and a square within a voided square backed with red material on a maple leaf.
Canadian Forces - C.E.F. WW I bronzed king's crown collar badge with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse and brooch pin added worn by the Canadian Army Chaplain Service. This title and a crowned maltese cross upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Forces. King's crown WW I officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse { folded into loops } worn by the Canadian Army Service Corps. A beaver to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title within a maple wreath mounted upon a multi-rayed star.
Canadian Forces. Rare WW I collar badge now with { broken } pin fitting and makers details " Made in Vancouver - B.C Jacoby Bros. " to the reverse worn by Boyle's Yukon Motor Machine Gun Battery. A maple leaf bearing the crown,the letters, " M.G.D " and the " Boyle's Yukon " and " Canada " title scrolls.
Canadian Forces. Three WW I brass Canadian shoulder titles, C.F.A., C.A.M.C., and C.A.S.C. All with Ellis makers details and the date 1915 or 1916 to the reverse.
Canadian Forces. WW I king's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 11th. { British Columbia } Garrison Regiment. A maple leaf bearing the number " 11 " and the letters " B C " to the centre of a crowned strap carrying the title.
Canadian Forces. WW I bronzed shoulder title, \" 11th. C.M.R. / Canada\" Worn by the 11th. { Vancouver } Canadian Mounted Rifles.
Canadian Forces. Silver and tortoiseshell sweetheart brooch depicting a "General Service " style cap badge, with pin fitting and indistinct English maker and hallmarks to the reverse.
Canadian Forces. Unknown king\'s crown brass cap / collar badge ? with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse. A shield bearing a bison\'s head and a Gaelic motto above the scroll, \" 21st. A.H \" within a crowned wreath of maple. { Approx 3.5 cms high }
Canadian Forces. Scarce WW I C.E.F. king\'s crown cap badge with one loop and remains of the three \" tangs \" to the reverse worn by the 72st. { St Catharines Ontario } Overseas Field Battery. An old style field-gun with mounted wheel bearing the number, \" 71 \" and title , \" Overseas Field Battery \" within a wreath of maple above the motto scroll and surmounted by the crown and \" Canada \" title.
Canadian Forces. WW II embroidered in red on black shoulder title, " Canadian Provost / Corps "
Canadian Forces. Very scarce WW I king\'s crown officers brass with silver overlay cap badge with poorly repaired slider fitting to the reverse worn by the \" 1st. Canadian Tank Battalion \" The crown and \" 1st \" above a WW I style tank upon the tablet, \" Tank Battalion \" and the \" Canada \" scroll backed with maple leaves.
Canadian Forces. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the Canadian Provost Corps. Double scrolls bearing this title surmounted by the Royal Crest.
Canadian Forces. King\'s crown bullion wire officers embroidered beret badge worn at the Canadian Royal Military College. An armoured arm holding maple leaves surmounted by the crown above the tri-part scroll, \" Truth-Duty-Valour \", embroidered in various colours on a shaped dark blue backing.
Canadian Forces. Pair of WW II printed in off-white on khaki shoulder titles, " Canada ".
Canadian Forces. Pair of WW I king\'s crown bronzed collar badges worn by the \" 2nd.Canadian Mounted Rifles { British Columbia } { One slightly more cleaned }
Canadian Forces. WW II embroidered example of the black diamond with central red bar on a blue bar worn by the Royal Canadian Medical Corps in the 2nd. Canadian Armoured Brigade.
Canadian Forces. Scarce WW I sterling silver cap badge worn by officers at the Canadian Military Headquarters. The title \" Canadian Military H.Q. \" upon a maple leaf with original brooch pin fitting and a \" Sterling Silver \" stamp to the reverse.
Canadian Forces. WW I brass shoulder title, \" Cyclist \" { One loop well repaired }
Canadian Forces. WW I brass shoulder title with makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse, \" C.A.V.C. \" worn by the Canadian Army Veterinary Corps.
Canadian Forces. Brass cap badge with two loops makers details for Geo. Lees and the date \" 1915 \" to the reverse worn by the McGill University { Montreal } Officers Training Corps. A shield bearing the Arms of the University to the centre of a circlet carrying the title and furled motto scroll.
Canadian Forces. WW I king\'s crown bronzed-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Canadian Engineers. This title on a crowned circlet with a beaver to the voided centre within a wreath of maple.
Canadian Forces. Pair of WW II printed khaki shoulder titles, " Canada "
Canadian Forces. Three variant pattern brass shoulder titles. " Canada " in voided form on loops, Similar but small pattern with original brooch pin fitting, and solid tablet form with red backing with two flat loops and makers details for P.Wallis & Co ?1915 to the reverse.
Canadian Forces. WW II embroidered example of the red " Zig-Zag " on a blue diamond worn by the Royal Canadian Artillery.
Canadian Forces. WW I king's crown pair of collar badges worn by the Canadian Field Artillery. A maple leaf bearing an old style field gun with " Canada, Overseas" and the motto scroll. { Not an exact pair }
Canadian Forces. Light khaki-green shoulder brassard bearing shoulder strap loop and elastic strap to the reverse bearing embroidered red on green shoulder title, " Lord Strathcona's Horse / Royal Canadians " and the rectangular red formation sign of the 1st. Canadian Division. [ The reverse has very feint makers details and soldiers issue number ? ]
Canadian Forces. Excellent quality scarce WW I king's crown C.E.F. officers bronze service dress cap badge with four blades to the reverse worn by the Canadian Machine Gun Battalion. A pair of crossed Vickers Guns above the " Canada " title scroll and surmounted by the crown.
Canadian Forces. WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " C.A.D.C. " with canvas loop to the reverse worn by the Canadian Army Dental Corps.
Canadian Forces. WW II embroidered in black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " C.M.S.C. " with canvas loops to the reverse. Worn by the Canadian Corps of Military Staff Clerks.
Canadian Forces. WW II mint unissued white on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " C.A.C. " Worn by the Canadian Armoured Corps.
Canadian Forces. King's crown WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the No.2 Construction Unit C.E.F. A shield bearing Surveying and Bridging equipment two sprays of maple the crown and the titles, " Canada Overseas " " No.2 Construction"
Canadian Forces. Scarce WW I embroidered in blue on khaki shoulder title, " Canada ". Thought to have been worn by " Depot " troops { Slight moth to the centre }
Canadian Forces. Two WW I bronzed solid tablet form shoulder titles bearing Roden Bros. makers details and dates for 1915 / 1916 to the reverse.
Canadian Forces. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" M G / Canada \" within an ornamental circlet and frame worn by the Canadian Machine Gun Corps.
Canadian Forces. Scarce victorian cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 59th. { Stormont & Glengarry } Regiment. The roman numerals " L I X " upon a thistle spry above the motto scroll surmounted by the victorian crown.
Canadian Forces. WW I king's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the " Number 1 Construction Battalion Canadian Railway Troops." C.E.F. A beaver and construction tools to the centre of a circlet and all the various titles within a crowned wreath of maple.
Canadian Forces. WW II embroidered example of the yellow on dark blue shoulder title, " Fort Garry Horse / Canada "
Canadian Forces. WW II embroidered example of the yellow embroidered on black shoulder title, " South Alberta Regt. / Canada"
Canadian Forces. WW II embroidered shoulder title in red within a yellow border on a green background, \" Princess Louise / Fusiliers\"
Canadian Forestry Corps - C.E.F. WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 12th. Canadian Forestry Corps. A beaver and the number " 12 " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title flanked by a pair of trees above crossed axes and the " Overseas " Scroll.
Canadian Highlanders. Scarce king's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 91st. Regiment Canadian Highlanders before 1920. A mountain lion's face to the centre of a crowned wreath of thistle above the number " 91 " upon the Gaelic motto scroll.
Canadian Horse Artillery - C.E.F. WW I king's crown bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery C.E.F. An old style field-gun above the motto scroll of the Artillery surmounted by the crown and " Canada ".
Canadian Infanrty. Bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Prince Albert & Battleford Volunteers. A bison's head to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,within maple leaves,a bugle horn and a coronet.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 26th. [ New Brunswick ] Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the number and title scroll surmounted by the crown and " Canada "
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 56th. [ Calgary ] Battalion C.E.F. The number "56 " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing, " Overseas Battalion Calgary " above the " Canada " scroll on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I black-brass cap badge with two flat style loops to the reverse. The number " 2 " between the figure of the devil and the motto scroll. Worn by the 90th. [Winnipeg ] Battalion C.E.F. [ Little Black Devils ]
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 93rd. [ Peterboro ] Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown number " 93 " and the Coat of Arms with " Canada Overseas Battalion " and " Peterboro " title scrolls.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Scarce WW I king's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 171st. [ Quebec Rifles] Battalion C.E.F. The " Canada " and " Overseas Battalion " scrolls below the number " 171 " and the title within a crowned arch backed by a pair of crossed rifles on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I bi / metal cap badge with two loops and ?? London makers details for to the reverse worn by the the 7th. Battalion [ 1st. British Columbia ] C.E.F. A furled scroll bearing the title upon the number " 1 " mounted upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I bronzed king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 35th. [ Toronto ] Battalion C.E.F. The crown, number " 35 " and " Canada " title upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Scarce WW I king's crown brass cap badge with two flat style loops to the reverse worn by the 202nd. [ Edmonton ] Sportsmens' Battalion C.E.F. The crown upon the scroll, " Sportsmens' Battalion " above " Overseas " with a beaver and the number " 202 " on a maple leaf backed by crossed rifles and game birds above a tri-part title scroll, " Edmonton Alberta Canada "
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Brass WW I cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 161st. Ontario [ Huron County ] Battalion C.E.F. The number "161 " " Canada " title and a shield bearing the Coat of Arms flanked by the scrolls, " Overseas Battalion " surmounted by the crown and " Huron " title upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I bronzed cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the 31st. [ Calgary ] Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown the Arms of Alberta the roman numerals " XXXI " and the scroll, " Alberta Overseas Battn."
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 41st. [Montreal ] Battalion C.E.F. The number " 41 " the crown and a maple leaf bearing a beaver upon a fleur-dis-lys above the title scroll, " Battaillon Canadien Francais "
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 25th. [ Halifax ] Battalion C.E.F. A shield bearing the Arms and the number " 25 " to the centre of the title scrolls, " Overseas " " Canada " and " Nova Scotia " on a crowned maple leaf. [See item 24082 for shoulder titles.]
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 11th. [ Saskatchewan ] Battalion C.E.F. The roman numeral " XI " on a fused grenade above a bugle horn bearing " Battn " and the " Canada " scroll within a crowned wreath of maple.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Excellent group of WW I badges that belonged to one Canadian Soldier all mounted upon a piece of cardboard for display. Brass king's crown cap badge for the 43rd. [ Winnipeg ] Cameron Highlanders with matching pair of collar badges. General Service brass cap badge with matching collar badges. Four brass " Canada " shoulder titles. All loops present to the reverse but have not been removed from the card.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 156th. [ Leeds & Grenville ] [ Brockville ] Infantry Battalion C.E.F. The title on a crowned oval bearing the number " 156 " a beaver and " Canada " scroll on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I king's crown " Small Pattern " bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for D.E.Black to the reverse worn by the 113th. Lethbridge Highlanders Battalion C.E.F. The " Canada " title scroll and the number " 113 " on a maple leaf to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the titles. [ See my item 21503 for larger pattern ]
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 80th. [ Eastern Ontario ] Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf with the scroll " Canada " surmounted by the number " 80 " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto and " Overseas Battalion " flanked by a pair of beavers.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I pair of brass shoulder titles, C / 25. worn by the 25th. Battalion C.E.F. Exact colour matched pair but one with makers details for Tiptaft and the other marked Hemsley. [ See item 24065 for cap badge.]
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Pickled-brass king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for Dingwall Winnipeg to the reverse. The number " 184 " the crown and " Canada " title to the centre of a a bison standing upon ground with " Overseas Battalion " scrolls either end.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Scarce brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 218th. [Edmonton ] Battalion C.E.F. The title " Edmonton " above a maple leaf bearing the number " 218 " and an Angel Harp within a crowned circlet carrying the titles, " Overseas Battalion Alberta Canada "
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Brass WW I king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. Depot Battalion Nova Scotia Regiment of Canada. This title on a crowned circlet with a maple leaf bearing the Arms of Nova Scotia to the centre.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Roden Bros. Toronto to the reverse. Worn by the 256th. [ Railway Construction ] Battalion C.E.F. The number " 256 " surveying equipment and the title " Canada " flanked by maple sprays on railway tracks emerging from a tunnel within a crowned circlet bearing the titles. [Tip of crown bent backwards.]
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Very scarce WW I brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Kinnear & D'esterre ? to the reverse. A Victorian crown upon a strap bearing the title, " Queen's University Overseas Highland Battalion- Canada " above a half-spray of thistle with the Arms of the University and the number " 253" to the centre.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I kings crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 199th. [ Irish Rangers ] Battalion C.E.F. A shamrock and a maple leaf bearing the number " 199 " within a crowned circlet carrying the title, " Overseas Irish Canadian Rangers " above the motto scroll.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for Ellis Bros. to the reverse worn by the 95th. [Toronto ] Battalion C.E.F. The number " 95 " to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the motto and " Canada " " Overseas " scrolls on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WWI bronze cap badge with double blade fittings to the reverse worn by the 121st. [ Western Irish ] Battalion C.E.F. The number " 121 " to the ball of a fused grenade above the title scroll and " Canada " upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I bi / metal king's crown cap badge with two flat style loops to the reverse worn by the Royal Canadian Regiment. The cypher of GvR on a crowned circlet with roped border upon an eight pointed hob-nailed star.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I king's crown copper cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 224th. [ Ottawa ] Forestry Battalion C.E.F. This title and " 224 Overseas " on a square shaped scroll surmounted by a beaver with the crown and maple leaf to the centre backed by a pair of crossed axes.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for Lees and Co.-Ellis Bros. to the reverse worn by the 212th. [ Winnipeg Americans ] Battalion C.E.F. A shield bearing the number " 212 " and three stars flanked by the " Canada Overseas " titles surmounted by a bird and coronet upon a maple leaf above the motto scroll.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Brass collar badge worn by the 25th. [ Nova Scotia ] Battalion C.E.F. The Arms and title scrolls of Nova Scotia the number "25 " and " Overseas - Canada " scrolls on a maple leaf .[ Gaunt Collection ]
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 129th. [ Wentworth County ] Battalion C.E.F. The number " 129 " to the centre of a maple wreath bearing the titles, " Canada Overseas and Wentworth " surmounted by a shield carrying the County Arms.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I brass shoulder title, C / 16. Worn by the 16th. [ Canadian Scottish ] Battalion C.E.F. [ Gaunt Collection ]
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 235th. [ Durham County ] Battalion C.E.F. A lion holding an oval shield bearing the number " 235 " upon a tablet with " Canada " surmounted by a crowned arch carrying the " Overseas Battalion " titles.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Brass shoulder title, " C / 7 " Worn by the 7th. [ 1st. British Columbia ] Battalion C.E.F.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 109th. Victoria & Haliburton ] Battalion C.E.F. The title scroll with the number " 109 " " Overseas " and " Canada " on a maple leaf to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel carrying the motto, " Where Duty Leads "
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 10th.[ Calgary ] Battalion C.E.F. A beaver to the centre of a crowned wreath of maple that carries the title scroll, " 10th. Canadians ".
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 2nd. Battalion of the 30th. [ British Columbia ] Battalion C. E.F. The number " 2 " on a maple leaf above the title scroll. [ Number and scroll lettering polished to white metal ? ]
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 81st. [ Toronto ] Battalion C.E.F. The crown " Overseas " scroll and the number " 81 " on a maple leaf above the title " Canada "
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. WW I brass shoulder title, " C / 8 " bearing makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham to the reverse. Worn by the 8th. [Winnipeg ] Battalion Canadian Infantry - C.E.F.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Scarce WW I officers silvered on bronze cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 25th. [ Halifax ] Battalion C.E.F. A shield bearing the Arms and the number " 25 " to the centre of crowned scrolls, "Overseas Canada " and " Nova Scotia " mounted upon a maple leaf. [Officers pattern of my item 24065 ]
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F. Scarce WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 208th. [ Toronto-Canadian Irish ] Battalion C.E.F. A crowned harp flanked by shamrock and the number " 208 " on a maple leaf above double scrolls bearing the titles, " Overseas " " Canadian Irish Battn. "
Canadian Infantry C.E.F. WW I brass collar badge, " C / 1 " worn by the 1st [Western Ontario] Battalion. [Gaunt Collection ]
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Bronze king\'s crown collar badge with four blades to the reverse worn by the 221st. { Winnipeg } Battalion C.E.F. The number, \" 221 \" a bulldog\'s face and the \" Overseas Battn \" scroll on a maple leaf above the \" Canada \" title.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I king's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops and makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham to the reverse worn by the 1st. { Western Ontario } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the number " 1 " the crown and the title scrolls.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 166th. { Toronto } Battalion C.E.F. The number, \" 166 \" to the centre of a crowned oval strap bearing the title, \" Queen\'s Own Rifles of Canada \" and \" Overseas Battalion \" on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I bronzed cap badge with double blade fittings and makers details for Allan to the reverse worn by the 225th. Battalion { Kootenay B.C } C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing a stag\'s head the number, \" 225 \" \" C.E.F \" and the title scrolls.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. King\'s crown brass WW I cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 207th. Battalion { Ottawa } C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the number, \" 207 \" the \" Canada \" title scroll and a beaver to the centre of a crowned furled circlet carrying the title, \" Ottawa Carleton Battalion \".
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Bronzed WW I cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 55th. { New Brunswick & P.E.I. } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown a moose\'s head the arched title scroll and the number, \" 55 \" above the \" Overseas Battalion \" and \" Canada \" titles.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I bi-metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 6th. { Fort Garry Horse } Battalion C.E.F. A fortified gateway the number, \" 6 \" and title scroll, \" Western Canada \" mounted upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 90th. { Winnipeg Rifles } Battalion C.E.F. { Little Black Devils } The figure of the devil upon the furled motto and title scrolls. { Loss of blacking to the devil.}
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. king\'s crown bronzed WW I cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 123rd. { Toronto }Battalion C.E.F. The crowned star bearing a shield within a Garter Strap above the number, \" 123 \" with title, \" Royal Grenadiers \" and scrolls, \" Canada Overseas \" on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I king\'s crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 21st. { Kingston } Battalion C.E.F. The number, \" 21 \" crown and title scroll, \" Canada \" upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 136th.{Durham County} Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf with the number " 136" to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the titles above a beaver and the motto scroll.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. King's crown copper-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. Depot Battalion British Columbia. These titles on a crowned ornamental shield with the Arms of British Columbia to the centre.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Pair of king\'s crown brass collar badges worn by the 52nd. { New Ontario } Battalion C.E.F. The number title, crown and \" Canada \" scroll on a maple leaf. { Very slight colour difference.}
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I brass solid tablet style shoulder title, \" 29th. { Vancouver } Bat\'n. / Canada \"
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 68th. Regina} Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the number " 68 " to the centre of a crowned circlet carrying " Overseas Battalion " flanked by a pair of wheatsheaves above the " Regina " and " Canada " titles.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. White metal WW I cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 16th. { Canadian Scottish } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 16 " upon a crowned saltire above the Gaelic motto scroll.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Scarce WW I officers king\'s crown copper cap badge with silver overlay with two loops to the reverse worn by the 168th. { Oxford County } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf with the number, \" 168 \" to the centre of a crowned scroll bearing the titles, \" Overseas Battalion Canada \"
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Scarce WW I king\'s crown officers bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 25th. { Halifax Nova Scotia } Battalion C.E.F. A shield bearing the Arms of Nova Scotia and the number, \"25 \" to the centre of scrolls carrying, \" Overseas, Nova Scotia \" and \" Canada \" mounted upon a bronzed maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. King's crown bronzed WW I cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse worn by the 53rd. Saskatchewan} Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown number " 53 " and the " Canada Overseas Battalion " title scrolls.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I brass collar badge, \" C / 24 \" Worn by the 24th. { Victoria Rifles } { Montreal } Battalion C.E.F. { Appears to have been blackened at one time ? }
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Inglis to the reverse worn by the 44th.{ Brandon } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown a sheaf of wheat the number, \" 44 \" and the \" Overseas Battalion \" titles above the title scroll, \" Canada \"
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I Bronzed-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 193rd. { Nova Scotia Highlanders } Battalion C.E.F. The number \" 193 \" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title and \" Overseas \" above a shield bearing the Arms of Nova Scotia and the motto scroll upon a stylized thistle and maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Scarce king\'s crown brass glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 42nd. { Royal Highlanders of Canada } Battalion C.E.F. St. Andrew upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops and makers details for Tiptaft to the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Eastern Ontario } Battalion C.E.F. This title surmounted by the crown upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Scarce WW I officers blackened-brass cap badge with white metal overlay and two loops to the reverse worn by the 187th. { Central Alberta } Battalion C.E.F. A Red Deer and the number, \" 187 \" on a maple leaf between scrolls carrying the titles, \" Overseas Battalion Canada \" and \" Central Alberta \" surmounted by the crown.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I brass collar badge, \" C / 1 \" with makers details for Tiptaft to the reverse worn by the 1st. { Ontario } Battalion C.E.F.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 105th. { Prince Edward Island Highlanders } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf with this title on a circlet around the number " 105 " on a shield bearing the Arms surmounted by the crown and " Canada " title.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Scarce WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for Kinnear & Desterre to the reverse worn by the 253rd. { Queen\'s University Highlanders } Battalion C.E.F. A shield bearing the University Arms and the number, \" 253\" to the centre of a crowned strap carrying the title, \" Queen\'s University Overseas Highland Battalion Canada \" within a half-wreath of maple and thistle.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 137th. [ Calgary ] Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf above the " Canada " scroll bearing a crown a beaver, "Overseas " and " Calgary " titles with the number " 137 " flanked by sheaves of wheat.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I brass collar badge \" C / 5 \" with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the 5th. { Western Cavalry } Battalion C.E.F.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. King\'s crown WW I brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for \" G & S Co Regent Street \" worn by the 104th. { New Brunswick } Battalion C.E.F. A Coat of Arms to the centre of a crowned scroll bearing the motto and \" Overseas Battalion \" above the number, \" 104 \" and Canada title within a wreath of maple.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Officers single silver plated black collar badge with two loops and a \" P \" stamp to the reverse worn by the 8th. { Winnipeg Rifles } { Little Black Devils } Battalion C.E.F. The figure of the Devil above the furled motto scroll.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I king's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops and makers details for Hicks London to the reverse, worn by the 1st. { Ontario } Battalion C.E.F. The crown number. " 1 " and scrolls, " ONT. " " Canada " mounted upon a bronzed maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Brass WW I shoulder title, " C / 31 " worn by the 31st. [ Calgary ] Battalion C.E.F. [ Some Verdigris ]
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I blackened white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 12th. { Maritime Provinces } Battalion C.E.F. The number \" 12 \" and the \" Canada \" title upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I king\'s crown bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for Hemsley to the reverse worn by the 238th. { Forestry } Battalion C.E.F. A beaver and the number, \" 238 \" on a maple leaf above a pair of crossed axes to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title flanked by a pair of trees.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Probably the rarest of all Canadian C.E.F. shoulder titles, \" Malamutes / Canada \" in brass with two loops to the reverse. Worn by Instructors with the Canadian North Russian Expeditionary Force. These Canadians sailed from Leith in Scotland to Murmansk in October 1918 and were active within Syren Force training and leading White Russian Units into action against the Bolsheviks around Murmansk and Archangel. The force was evacuated back home in August 1919.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I bronzed king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham to the reverse. Worn by the 19th. {Toronto} Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the number " 19 " to the centre of a crowned double circle above the " Canada " title scroll.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham to the reverse worn by the 52nd. { Port Arthur } Battalion C.E.F. The number, \" 52 \" the crown and titles, \" New Ontario \" and \" Canada \" on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I king's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. {Central Ontario} Battalion C.E.F. The crowned " Central Ontario " titles on furled scrolls with the number " 4 " between mounted upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. King's crown WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 57th. {Quebec} Battalion C.E.F The number "57 " to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto and four fleur-dis-lys within a crowned wreath of maple that carries the title scroll, " Battalion Canadien Francais "
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I copper / brass cap badge with two {repaired} loops and makers details for Dingwall Winnipeg to the reverse worn by the 108th. {Manitoba} Battalion C.E.F. A fighting cock between maple leaves above the number " 108 " and the titles " Overseas Battalion " " Selkirk Manitoba" and " Canada "
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse worn by the 184th. { Manitoba } Battalion C.E.F. A bison standing on ground bearing a crowned shield with the number, " 184" and " Canada" tablet flanked by furled scrolls, " Overseas Battalion "
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Brass WW I cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse and makers details for Ellis Toronto to the reverse worn by the 124th. { Toronto } Battalion C.E.F. A unicorn to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title, " G.G.B.G. and M.H. Canada Overseas Bn. " above the number, " 124" upon a maple leaf. { Governor General's Body Guard and Mounted Horse }
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Bronzed king's crown cap badge with two loops and Tiptaft makers details to the reverse worn by the 31st. { Calgary } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown the Arms of Alberta, roman numerals, " XXXI " and the scroll, " Alberta Overseas Battn. "
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Scarce WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 43rd. { Winnipeg } Battalion Cameron Highlanders of Canada. This title on a crowned circlet with a rampant lion on a saltire and the number \" 43 \" to the centre within a wreath of thistle and maple above the tablet, \" Battn. C.E.F. Winnipeg \"
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. WW I brass king\'s crown cap badge with two lops to the reverse worn by the 32nd. { Manitoba & Saskatchewan } Battalion C.E.F. The crown number, \" 32 \" and \" Canada \" scroll on a maple leaf backed by a horseshoe shape bearing the title.
Canadian Infantry- C.E.F. Extremely scarce WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the \" No. 1 Jewish Independent Infantry Company \" A maple leaf with the monogram, \" JRDC \" upon the Star of David to the centre of crowned circlet bearing the motto and \" Overseas \" titles above a beaver and \" Canada \"
Canadian Infantry- Winnipeg. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A beaver upon a log to the centre of a crowned wreath of maple that carries the title scroll, " Winnipeg Light Infantry ".
Canadian Infantry-109th.Battalion-C.E.F. Brass "solid" style shoulder title,"Victoria " "Haliburton " / "Canada" with the number,"109" in a circle to the centre.
Canadian Infantry-19th. Regiment [St.Catharines] Scarce officers sil / gilt king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt Montreal to the reverse. The number "19" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title "St Catharines Regiment" upon a maple leaf with the tri-part motto scroll to the lower part.[Slightly tarnished from storage]
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I copper-bronze collar badge with four blades to the reverse worn by the 107th. { Winnipeg } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crowned number " 107 " a wolf's head and " Winnipeg Overseas Battalion " titles above the " Canada " scroll.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I brass glengarry badge with two loops and illegible makers details to the reverse worn by the 85th.{ Nova Scotia Highlanders } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 85 " to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and " Overseas " above the Arms of Nova Scotia and the motto scroll on a stylized thistle and a maple leaf surmounted by the crown carrying the " Canada " title.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. White metal cap badge with two loops and makers details for Hemsley Montreal to the reverse worn by the 72nd. [ Vancouver ] Battalion C.E.F. A stag's head between the number " 72 " and the Gaelic motto scroll within a wreath of thistle.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 34th. Western Ontario Battalion C.E.F. The number " 34 " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing , " Overseas Battn. Canada " on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Bronze cap badge with two loops and makers details for Hicks London to the reverse worn by the 8th. Winnipeg Little Black Devils Battalion C.E.F. The figure of the Devil above the tri-part motto scroll.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I king's crown brass cap badge with two { slightly squeezed in } loops and makers details for Lees - 1915 to the reverse worn by the 86th. { Hamilton } Battalion C.E.F. The crown number " 86 " and " Canada Overseas " titles on a maple leaf above the scroll, " Machine Gun Battalion "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops and indistinct makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham ? to the reverse worn by the 75th. { Toronto } Battalion C.E.F. A strap bearing the title, " Overseas Battalion " surmounted by a Unicorn's head with the number " 75 " to the centre upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 36th. { Hamilton } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown number " 36 " within a double circlet and the " Canada " title scroll.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the " 1st. Depot Battalion Nova Scotia Battalion " . This title and a " Canada " scroll on a crowned circlet with a maple leaf bearing the Arms of Nova Scotia to the centre.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Copper cap badge with two loops and makers details for Ellis Bros. to the reverse worn by the 182nd. { Ontario County } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 182 " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing, " Canada Overseas Ontario Battalion " on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 163rd. { Montreal } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 163 " two sets of motto scrolls a beaver backed by crossed rifles and a circlet bearing the title, " Canadien Francais " all within a crowned wreath of maple.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 127th. { York County } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf with a lion's face to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing " 12th. Regt. York Rangers " and the motto, above the number " 127 " with " Canada Overseas " scrolls either side.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass WW I cap badge with two loops and makers details for Ellis Toronto to the reverse worn by the 220th. [ York County ] Battalion C.E.F. A Maple leaf with the lion's face to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " 12th.Regt. York Rangers " and the motto above the number " 220 " flanked by the " Canada " and " Overseas " scrolls
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 145th. New Brunswick Battalion C.E.F. The number "145 " and a crowned shield bearing the Coat of Arms to the centre of scrolls, " Overseas Battalion, Canada and N.B. " on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Bronzed-brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 22nd. { Quebec } Battalion C.E.F. A large beaver upon a log that carries the motto with the Arms of Quebec to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title, " Regiment Canadien Francais " to its body.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Pair of bronzed collar badges worn by the 21st. { Kingston } Battalion C.E.F. The crown number " 21 " and " Canada " scroll on a maple leaf. { Very slight colour difference }
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. King's crown white metal cap badge with tw loops to the reverse worn by the 13th. { Montreal } { Royal Highlanders of Canada } Battalion C.E.F. St. Andrew upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle with double scrolls bearing the title and " 13th. Battn. 1st. Canadian Division ".
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. White metal glengarry badge with two loops and makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham to the reverse wor by the 72nd. { Vancouver } { Seaforth Highlanders } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 72 " a stag's head and the motto scroll within a wreath of thistle.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Copper cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 150th. { Montreal } Battalion C.E.F. The crown and " Canada " title on a maple leaf above the number " 150 " the motto and " Carabiniers Mont Royal " backed by a pair of crossed rifles.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Two brass WW I Canadian Infantry shoulder numbers, worn by the " 104 " { New Brunswick } and " 106 " { Nova Scotia } Battalions C.E.F. { " 106 " bearing makers details for Birks 1915 to the reverse.}
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Two { not a pair } brass shoulder titles, " 21 " the slightly larger example bearing makers details for Ellis 1915. Worn by the 21st. { Kingston } Battalion C.E.F.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass WW I cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham, worn by the 46th. { South Saskatchewan } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the title scroll and Arms of Saskatchewan above " XLVII Overseas " and " Canada "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I copper cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 144th. Battalion { Winnipeg Rifles } C.E.F. The figure of the Devil and the number " 3 " within a furled scroll bearing the motto.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 50th. { Calgary } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 50 " with mountains and wheat-fields on a crowned shield above the scroll, " Canadian Infantry "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I white metal glengarry badge worn by the 92nd. { Toronto Highlanders } Battalion C.E.F. A falcon's head the number " 92 " and " Canada Overseas " to the centre of a strap bearing the Gaelic motto.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 76th. { Barrie } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the king's crown number " 76 " and " Overseas Canada " titles.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass king's crown cap badge with two flat loops to the reverse worn by the 27th. { Winnipeg } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the City Arms and title scroll surmounted by a buffalo and the crown above tablets carrying " XXVII BATTN.. "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass WW I cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 49th. { Edmonton } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown, number " 49 " a beaver and the titles, " Edmonton Overseas Battalion Canada "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I brass king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the 3rd. { Toronto } Battalion C.E.F. The titles, " Toronto Regiment " a maple leaf, a beaver and the roman numeral " III " to the centre of a crowned wreath of maple leaves.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I king's own bronze cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. A cornflower to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Bronzed king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for Lees 1915 to the reverse worn by the 173rd. { Hamilton Highlanders } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing a lion's face the crown the number " 173 " " Overseas " and motto scrolls above the title, " Canadian Highlanders "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the 19th. {Toronto } Battalion C.E.F. The crown " Canada " scroll and the number " 19 " on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 88th. British Columbia Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the number " 88 " and " BATT - CEF " to the ball of a fused grenade above the title scroll, " Victoria Fusiliers " and flanked by the letters " B C " Centre slightly polished
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for Ellis Toronto to the reverse worn by the 134th. [ Toronto Highlanders ] Battalion C.E.F. A falcon's head the number " 134 " and " Overseas " scroll to the centre of a strap bearing the motto with upper and lower title scrolls, " 48th. Highlanders " and " Canada "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Copper cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 116th. { Ontario County } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 116 " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing " Canada Overseas Battalion " on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 18th. { London } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown number " 18 " a beaver and the furled scroll, " Western Ontario Canada "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 64th. { Halifax } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing a crowned " Overseas Battalion " circlet with the number " 64 " to the centre flanked by laurel sprays above the " Canada " title scroll.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Inglis Ltd. to the reverse worn by the 77th. { Ottawa } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 77" and the " Ottawa " scroll to the centre of a crowned maple wreath above two tablets bearing, " Overseas Battalion " and " CEF ".
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham worn by the 74th. { Toronto } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown, number " 74" a beaver and the " Overseas Canada " titles.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 110th. { Perth County } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing he crown the number " 110 " and " Perth " tablet flanked by the " Overseas Battalion " scrolls above the " Canada " title.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Copper cap badge with two loops and makers details for Inglis Ltd. to the reverse worn by the 61st. { Winnipeg } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 61 " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title " Winnipeg " and " Overseas Battalion " on a maple leaf with the " Canada " scroll to the lower edge.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 39th. { Eastern Ontario } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 39 " the crown and " Canada " title upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 29th. { Vancouver } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown " Vancouver " and " Canada " titles with the number " 29 " to the centre.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass and enamel sweetheart brooch with pin fitting to the reverse for the 7th. { 1st. British Columbia } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf and the number " 1 " with blue enamelled scrolls bearing " British Columbia "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 62nd. { British Columbia } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the number " 62 "" British Columbia " and " Canada " titles and the crown.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 168th. { Oxford County } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the number " 168 " to the centre of a circular scroll carrying " Overseas Battalion Canada "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I copper cap badge with two loops and makers details for D.E.Black & Co. to the reverse worn by the 192nd. { Alberta } Battalion C.E.F. A crowned maple leaf bearing a lion upon the " Crow's Nest Pass " tablet the number " 192 " and scrolls, " Overseas Alberta Battalion " " Canada ".
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with two flat lugs and makers details for " Birks 1916 " to the reverse worn by the 215th. { Brant County } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing a griffin { The Arms of the Cockshutt family } the number " 215 " and the " Overseas Battalion Canada " scrolls.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 169th. { Toronto } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the crown number " 169 " a beaver and " Canada " title within a circlet carrying the full title and motto.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 28th. { North West } Battalion C.E.F. This title on a crowned maple leaf with the number " 28 " and " Canada " scroll flanked by " Over " and " Seas " titles.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 97th. { Toronto Americans } Battalion C.E.F A maple leaf bearing the number " 97 " on the shield and crest of the Washington Family flanked by the " Overseas Battalion " titles above the tri-part scroll, " American Legion "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Scarce WW I king's crown " Pickled-silver " cap badge with two loops and makers details for " Birks 1916 " to the reverse worn by the 200th. { Winnipeg } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 200 " and " Winnipeg " above a maple leaf spray and the " Overseas Canada Battalion " scrolls flanked by a pair of lions with the crown between.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 24th. { Montreal } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the number " 24 " and the motto scrolls to the centre of a crowned maltese cross above the " Canada " and subsidiary title " Victoria Rifles ".
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Pickled copper cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 69th. { Montreal } Battalion C.E.F. A crowned shield bearing the Arms and motto the number " 69 " Canada and Service Overseas scrolls on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Scarce WW I bronzed " Leaf Pattern " cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 108th. { Manitoba } Battalion C.E.F. The crown number "108 " and " Canada " title on a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Two WW I brass shoulder numbers worn by the " 34 " { Western Ontario } and " 42 " worn by the { Montreal Highlanders } Battalions C.E.F. Both with makers details and the date 1915 to the reverse.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Brass WW I king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 54th. { Kootenay } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the number " 54 " the crown and scrolls, " Kootenay " " Overseas Battalion B.C " and " Canada "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Copper WW I cap badge with two loops and makers details for Lees 1915 and Ellis Bros. to the reverse worn by the 213th. " Toronto Americans " Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing a bird in a coronet above a shield carrying stars stripes and the number " 231 " flanked by the " Canada Overseas " scrolls with the tri-part motto scroll below.
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 100th. { Winnipeg } Battalion C.E.F. The number " 100 " upon the ball of a fused grenade above the title scroll, " Winnipeg Grenadiers "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for Ellis Toronto to the reverse worn by the 134th. { Toronto Highlanders } Battalion C.E.F. The Falcon's head number " 134 " and " Overseas " scroll to the centre of a strap bearing the Gaelic motto above the title, " Canada " and surmounted by the subsidiary title, " 48th. Highlanders ".
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Two brass shoulder numbers worn by the 69th. { Montreal } and the 81st. { Toronto } Battalions C.E.F. { 69th. has makers details for Ellis 1915 to the reverse.} { score mark to the " 9 " priced accordingly }
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for Reynolds Porthope to the reverse worn by the 136th. { Durham County } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf with the number " 136 " to the centre of a crowned strap bearing, " Durham Overseas Battn. Canada " above a small beaver and the motto scroll
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Scarce WW I officers bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 71st. { Woodstock- Ontario } Battalion C.E.F. A maple leaf with the silvered overlaid numbers " 71 " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing " Overseas Battalion " and the scroll, " Canada "
Canadian Infantry-C.E.F. Fine quality WW I king's crown officers silver / bronze cap badge with four blades to the reverse worn by the 160th. { Bruce County } Battalion C.E.F. A crowned tablet " Bruce " above the titles, " Canada -Overseas " and the number " 160 " upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Infantry. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Elgin Regiment. A beaver at work to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title,within a star and wreath of maple. Below the centre is the figure of St. George and the dragon,and the motto scroll.
Canadian Infantry. Scarce officers silver [not marked] helmet badge ? with two loops to the reverse worn by the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada. The number "2" to the centre of a Victorian crowned strap that bears the title and motto scrolls to the strap ends,upon a maple leaf. [Badge is approx. 6x6cms.] [Badge is brighter than picture shows.]
Canadian Infantry. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 7th.Canadian Fusiliers. A fused grenade with the number "7" to the ball,above the motto scroll,and crossed swords,within a wreath of maple.
Canadian Infantry. Brass elliptical shaped shoulder title. An acorn and leaf to the centre of voided titles, " Canadian Scottish " with original red felt backing material to the reverse. { Grubby condition }
Canadian Infantry. Bronzed king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Halifax Rifles. A curled bugle-horn with the Canadian maple leaf to the centre on a crowned hob-nailed star with the title and motto scrolls below the crown.
Canadian Infantry. Bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Carleton & York Regiment. The White Horse of Kent mounted upon a multi-rayed star above the title scroll.
Canadian Infantry. King's crown bi / metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Calgarry Highlanders. This title and a beaver on a saltire within an ornamental wreath of maple.
Canadian Infantry. Scarce officers silver ? and enamel small size cap badge with two long loops to the reverse worn by the Governor General's Foot Guards. A Garter Star to the centre of a voided strap backed with blue enamel bearing the title,"Govr.Genls.Foot Guards on a multi-rayed star.[Badge now heavily toned from storage ]
Canadian Infantry. White metal king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Sault Ste Marie and Sudbury Regiment [M.G.] This title on a circlet with a moose's head to the centre upon a multi-rayed star with the crown above and a maple spray below.
Canadian Infantry. Pair of king\'s crown bronzed collar badges worn by the Cameron Highlanders of Canada. This title on a crowned circlet with the rampant lion on a saltire and the number \"79 \" to the centre within a wreath of maple that carries the motto scroll, \" Ullamh \"
Canadian Infantry. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the New Brunswick Rangers. The head of a Moose to the centre of a crowned wreath of maple above the title scroll.
Canadian Infantry. Scarce WW II printed in yellow on blue with a red border shoulder title. " Canada / Three Rivers Regt " { Backing material absent }
Canadian Infantry. WW I solid tablet form brass shoulder title, " Seaforth Highlanders / Canada. "
Canadian Infantry. Superb quality officers silver gilt and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Three Rivers Regiment. The " T R R " monogram in red enamel to the centre of a blue enamel crowned oval bearing the motto and title above a beaver upon a log within a wreath of maple.
Canadian Infantry. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Kent Regiment. A crowned shield bearing a prancing horse to the centre of a circlet bearing the title upon a maple leaf. Below the leaf a scroll carries the motto,Usque Ad Aras.
Canadian Infantry. Unusual white metal king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Halifax Rifles. A curled bugle horn,maple leaf and motto on a hob-nailed star with the crown and title scroll above. [Usually found in brass.]
Canadian Infantry. WW II era embroider in white and yellow on blue shoulder title, " Regiment / Canada / de Maisonneuve "
Canadian Infantry. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Three Rivers Regiment. The " T R R " monogram to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title and motto within a wreath of maple carrying a beaver upon a log.
Canadian Infantry. White metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the North Nova Scotia Highlanders. A thistle upon a saltire to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and Gaelic motto.
Canadian Infantry. Fine quality mint unissued white metal large glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the " Lorne Rifles { Scottish } " A boar's head upon a torse above a bugle horn maple leaf and thistle spray and the title scroll. { Approx 7.5 cms high }
Canadian Infantry. Fine quality king's crown bi / metal glengarry badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the New Brunswick Scottish. This title and a fused grenade upon a saltire within a crowned wreath of maple.
Canadian Infantry. Brass shoulder title, Essex / Scottish.
Canadian Infantry. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Grenadier Guards of Canada. The " GR " cypher reversed and entwined above the title, " Canada ". { Slight damage to lower edge,priced accordingly }
Canadian Infantry. Bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the \" St. John Fusiliers.\" This title and the motto titles on an angular scroll surmounted by a fused grenade bearing the Coat of Arms. { One loop bent and Coat of Arms polished.}
Canadian Infantry. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 48th. Highlanders of Canada. A Falcon's head and the title to the centre of a strap bearing the Gaelic motto.
Canadian Infantry. Embroidered in yellow on red shoulder title, \" The Cape Breton / Highlanders / Canada \"
Canadian Infantry. King's crown black- brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Regina Rifle Regiment. This title on a circlet with the Arms to the centre on a maltese cross bearing WW I battle honours surmounted by the crown and " Canada " tablet.
Canadian Infantry. King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. This title on a crowned circlet with the Princess's cypher and coronet to the centre. [ Centre slightly polished ]
Canadian Infantry. White metal cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada. This title on three scrolls below St. Andrew within a thistle wreath.
Canadian Infantry. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Victoria Rifles of Canada. The " VRC" voided cypher to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto on a sharp pointed double star.
Canadian Infantry. Bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Lake Superior Regiment. This title on a circlet with the " LSR " monogram to the centre surmounted by a beaver within a wreath of maple above the motto scroll.
Canadian Infantry. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the Voltigeurs De Quebec. This title on a circlet with the coat of Arms to the centre on a crowned maltese cross with fleur-dis lys between each arm above the motto scroll and the date " 1885 ".
Canadian Infantry. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Irish Regiment of Canada. The crowned Angel Harp upon a multi-rayed star plate above the Gaelic motto scroll.
Canadian Infantry. Black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A maltese cross with a bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel carrying the motto scroll surmounted by a blank tablet and a Guelphic crown
Canadian Infantry. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry { Wentworth Regiment } A crowned bugle horn bearing the " RHLI " monogram above title and motto scrolls upon a maple leaf. { Verdigris to the reverse }
Canadian Infantry. WW II embroidered in white on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " 48th. / Highlanders " with canvas loop to the reverse.
Canadian Infantry. Embroidered example of the yellow on dark blue shoulder title, " Hastings & Prince Edward Regt. / Canada "
Canadian Infantry. King's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the " Lorne Scots " ( Peel , Dufferin & Halton Regiment ) This title on double scrolls below a crowned wreath of thistle bearing a " Demi- Lion " to the centre.
Canadian Infantry. WW II embroidered black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " P.A. / Volunteers " with two canvas loops to the reverse. Worn by the Prince Albert Volunteers.
Canadian Infantry. Brass shoulder title, " Canadian / Scottish "
Canadian Infantry. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Essex Scottish. The Essex Seaxes on a shield above the motto scroll and a spray of thistle within an arch bearing the title surmounted by a lion's head.
Canadian Infantry. Scarce bronzed-brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by Le Regiment De Levis. A multi-rayed star bearing the crown title and motto scrolls and a shield with the Arms of Levis,Quebec to the centre.
Canadian Infantry. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt Montreal to the reverse worn by the Royal Montreal Regiment. This title on a maple leaf to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap above the scroll, " Canada " { One loop well replaced }
Canadian Infantry. WW II embroidered " paste-back " shoulder title in light green and red on a blue background, " Calgary / Canada / Highlanders. "
Canadian Infantry. King's crown black-brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the Royal Winnipeg Rifles. The figure of the Devil to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross surmounted by the crown upon a tablet, " North West Canada 1885 " within a wreath of maple bearing numerous battle honours.
Canadian Infantry. Fine quality king\'s crown officers silver and gilt single collar badge worn by the \" Highland Light Infantry of Canada \". The \" HLI \" monogram on a maple leaf to the centre of a coiled bugle horn with the crown above and a beaver and the motto scroll below mounted upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle.
Canadian Infantry. - Lake Superior Regiment. Superb quality mint condition officers silver gilt cap badge with two loops and a " P " stamp to the reverse. The " LSR " monogram to the centre of a circlet bearing the title above the motto scroll within a wreath of maple all surmounted by a beaver.
Canadian Labour Corps - C.E.F. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. Canadian Labour Corps C.E.F. The figure of Samson above a shield bearing the title and motto mounted upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Light Horse. Excellent quality officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 16th.Canadian Light Horse. The head of a moose to the centre of a wreath of maple above a furled scroll, " For King and Empire".
Canadian Machine Gun Battalion. Brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. Crossed Vickers machine guns and a scroll, "Canada" surmounted by the crown.
Canadian Machine Gun Company. Rare white metal king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 3rd. Canadian Machine Gun Company,1st. Canadian Division. A Vickers Gun between the two titles within a wreath of maple and surmounted by the crown.
Canadian Machine Gun Company. Scarce WW I brass shoulder title, " 3 / CMGC " .
Canadian Machine Gun Corps. Scarce pair of WW I king's crown officers bronze service dress collar badges. Crossed Vickers Guns above the " Canada " scroll surmounted by the crown.
Canadian Machine Gun Corps. WW I brass shoulder title, " M-G " within an ornate circlet above the title " Canada ".
Canadian Military Headquarters. Scarce WW I king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of GvR above the title scroll, " Canada "
Canadian Military Headquarters. WW II printed example of the yellow maple leaf on a black background within a yellow circle. Worn by Canadian Forces in England who came under command of Canadian Military Headquarters.
Canadian Militia. Pair of bronzed collar badges with three loops to the reverse of each worn by the " 51st. Soo Rifles " A pair of crossed tomahawks the number " 51 " and a maple leaf above the title scroll. [ One with slight polishing and one with hairline fracture between the letters S and O ] [ Gaunt Collection ]
Canadian Militia. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the British Columbia Horse. A mountain lion on a rocky ledge in front of a forest to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto, within a crowned wreath of fern and thistle ? that carries the title scroll.
Canadian Militia. Fine quality officers white metal cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the Grenville Regiment { 56th. Lisgar Rifles.} A Demi-Lion on a torse holding a spray of maple between the title and motto scrolls.
Canadian Militia. Brass king's crown cap badge with two "flat" Canadian style loops to the reverse worn by the 44th.Canadian Militia. The number upon a sea-shell with a crown above and a torse below,within a half wreath of maple.
Canadian Militia. Scarce brass king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers plate for Hicks London to the reverse. A beaver and the roman numeral "LVII" to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,Peterborough Rangers,on a crowned wreath of maple and Union flowers,above the motto scroll,Quis Seperabit.
Canadian Militia. Scarce brass Victorian helmet / cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 29th.Waterloo Battalion Of Infantry. This title on a crowned strap above the motto scroll upon a large maple leaf. [Approx 6.5 x 5.5 cms.]
Canadian Militia. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with three loops to the reverse worn by the 25th. Elgin Infantry Regiment. A beaver beneath a tree to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title. [Gaunt Collection ]
Canadian Militia. King's crown bi / metal collar badge worn by the 102nd.Regiment [ Rocky Mountain Rangers ] This title on a crowned circlet with a Big Horn Sheep to the centre within a wreath of maple bearing the motto scroll. [ Gaunt Collection ]
Canadian Militia. Scarce king\'s crown officers gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt Montreal to the reverse worn by the 27th. Canadian Militia, \" St. Clair Borderers \" This title and number on a voided crowned circlet within a wreath of maple above a beaver and the furled motto scroll. { See also next lot }
Canadian Militia. Black-brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the 43rd. { Duke of Cornwall's Own Rifles } Regiment of Militia. A coronet upon a furled scroll bearing the title with the number " 43 " a shield bearing the 15 Bezants from the Arms of the Duchy of Cornwall backed by crossed rifles to the centre of a wreath of maple carrying the motto, " Advance ".
Canadian Militia. Scarce small white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 60th. Rifles Canadian Militia. A bugle horn with strings and the roman numeral " LX " within a wreath of maple.
Canadian Militia. White metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 50th { Canadian Scottish } Militia. A stag's head and the number " 50 " on a saltire and maple wreath to the centre of a strap bearing the Gaelic motto.
Canadian Militia. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt Montreal to the reverse worn by the 94th. Argyll Highlanders Regiment of Canadian Militia. The number " 94 " on a spray of thistle to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title and Gaelic motto.
Canadian Militia. King's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 91st. Regiment Canadian Highlanders. The face of a mountain lion to the centre of a crowned wreath of thistle above the Gaelic motto scroll with " 91 " to the centre.
Canadian Militia. Scarce pair of king\'s crown officers gilt collar badges, worn by the 27th. St. Clair Borderers, Canadian Militia. { See previous lot for this officers cap badge }
Canadian Mounted Rifles - C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 6th. [ Nova Scotia ] Regiment Mounted Rifles - C.E.F. The number " 6 " and " Overseas " above the head of a moose and the tri-part title scroll upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Mounted Rifles - C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham to the reverse worn by the 5th. [ Quebec ] Regiment Canadian Mounted Rifles. The king's crown a beaver and the number "5" with scrolls bearing " Overseas " " Mounted Rifles " and " Canada " upon a maple leaf.
Canadian Mounted Rifles - C.E.F. WW I bronzed king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 11th. [ Vancouver ] Battalion Canadian Mounted Rifles. The crown and " C.M.R. " " Canada " scrolls with the number " 11 " between on a maple leaf.
Canadian Mounted Rifles - C.E.F. WW I bronze cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham worn by the 8th. [ Ottawa ] Regiment Mounted Rifles. The number " 8 " and a pair of crossed snow-shoes ? to the centre of a wreath of maple bearing the " Canadian Mounted Rifles " title scroll.
Canadian Mounted Rifles- C.E.F. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 12th. [ Calgary ] Mounted Rifles C.E.F. The number and title, " 12 Mounted Rifles " to the centre of scrolls , " Overseas " and " Canada " on a crowned maple leaf.
Canadian Mounted Rifles- C.E.F. WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. Mounted Rifles Brigade. This title on a circlet with the Royal Crest " Overseas " scroll and the number " 2" on a maple leaf with the " Canada " title below.
Canadian Mounted Rifles- C.E.F. Bronze cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. [ Slightly Clipped ] Worn by the 2nd. [ Victoria - British Columbia ] Mounted Rifles C.E.F. A maple leaf bearing the king's crown and double scrolls , " 2nd.C.M.R.B.C.H. " and " Canada ".
Canadian Mounted Rifles. WW I bronzed shoulder title, " 11th.C.M.R. / Canada ". Worn by the 11th. [Victoria ] Regiment Canadian Mounted Rifles.
Canadian Mounted Rifles. WW I copper solid style shoulder title,11th.C.M.R. Canada. Worn by the 11th.Canadian Mounted Rifles. [Vancouver]
Canadian Mounted Rifles. Scarce officers bi /metal king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt Montreal to the reverse,worn by the 18th. Manitoba Mounted Rifles. A bulldog and the roman numerals "XVIII " to the centre of a crowned wreath of maple above the motto scroll.
Canadian Naval Air Service. Rare bronze king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A fouled anchor to the centre of a crowned maple leaf within a pair of stylized wings.
Canadian Naval Air Service. Scarce officers sil / gilt and black enamel single collar badge with two screw posts and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse. A fouled anchor upon a black enamel cross surmounted by the king's crown on a maple leaf.
Canadian O.T.C. Bronzed cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse,worn by the University of Toronto O.T.C. A shield bearing the Arms of the University surmounted by a tree and the letters,C.O.T.C.
Canadian Officers Training Corps. Bronze cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse worn by the Bishop's College Contingent. A maple leaf bearing the Arms and Motto of the school above " B.C.C.O.T.C. ".
Canadian Officers Training Corps. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the University of Manitoba Contingent. The Arms and title of the University and the letters, " COTC" to the centre of a crowned ornamental oval and half-wreath of laurel.
Canadian Officers Training Corps. King's crown bronze WW I cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by all contingents during the First World War. A maple leaf to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of maple.
Canadian Officers Training Corps. King's crown bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for Birks to the reverse worn by the University of Saskatchewan Contingent. A shield bearing the Arms of the University to the centre of a crowned double roped circlet bearing the Latin inscription.
Canadian Physical Training Instructor. Brass WW I king's crown C.E.F. cap badge with two loops and makers details for Tiptaft to the reverse. A furled scroll, "Canada " upon crossed swords surmounted by the crown.
Canadian Reconnaissance Regiment. Unusual workshop made bi / metal cap badge with two heavy loops to the reverse. Brass scrolls bearing the titles, \" VIII - Recce \" on a large white metal engraved maple leaf.
Canadian Reconnaissance Regiment. Rare heavy silver plated and brass officers ? cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 8th. Canadian Reconnaissance Regiment. A large maple leaf bearing \" VIII Recce \" in a continuous furled scroll.
Canadian Red Cross. Small red white and blue celluloid lapel badge with makers details for Trophy-Craft Toronto and a straight pin fitting to the reverse. The Geneva Cross to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Volunteer Worker C.R.C.S."
Canadian Scottish. Embroidered example of the blue on red shoulder title,The Canadian Scottish / acorn and oak leaf / Princess Mary's.
Canadian Tank Battalion. Scarce WW I brass C.E.F. cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. Canadian Tank Battalion. A WW I style tank maple leaves and the various titles on a crowned half circlet. [See Item 23954 for matching collar badges ]
Canadian Tank Battalion. Scarce pair of WW I king's crown brass collar badges worn by the " 1st. Canadian Tank Battalion " A WWI style tank surmounted by the crown above double scrolls bearing the titles. [ See Item 23874 for cap badge ]
Canadian Title. Scarce WW I brass shoulder title, 1 / DAP / Canada. Worn by Divisional Ammunition ? or Ambulance ? Parks. [ Gaunt Collection ] [ Note " Canada " slightly mis-struck ]
Canadian University Officers Training Corps. Bronze cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Alberta University Contingent. A maple leaf bearing the Arms of Alberta a book and the crown backed by a pair of crossed rifles and the title scroll, " Canadian Officers Training Corps ".
Canadian War Services. Extremely scarce copper and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Salvation Army Canadian War Service. This title to the centre of a red enamelled shield surmounted by a Saxon Crown upon a maple leaf.
Canal Zone - South. Printed example of the yellow square bisected by a blue bar [The Suez Canal ] with two small white triangles representing an Arab Felucca. [ See item 23827 for North ]
Canal Zone- North. A yellow square bisected by a blue diagonal strip [ The Suez Canal ] with two small white triangles representing an Arab Felluca. [ See item 20934 for South ]
Canford School - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. An oak tree and the motto scroll to the centre of a strap bearing the title.
Canterbury Police. Extremely scarce silver and enamel award of merit badge with two loops and \" Sterling Silver \" stamped to the reverse. The title, \" Merit \" with scroll work on a red enamel ground to the centre of a blue enamelled circlet bearing \" Canterbury Police \" on a twelve pointed star.
Catholic Boys Brigade. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Papal Arms to the centre of a circlet on a multi-rayed star bearing the motto and \" C B B \"
Catterick District. Printed unissued example of the red rose with white centre on a green square backing. [ Stores Collection ]
Cavalry Regiments. Selection of brass other ranks buttons all with shanks to the reverse as worn by the Cavalry Regiments in 1914. 25 examples including, 1st. Life Guards, Royal Horse Guards, 4th. Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, 16th. Lancers, 21st. Lancers etc. etc.
Ceylon - Army Service Corps. Scarce pair of white metal king's crown collar badges. The " ASC " cypher to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap within a wreath of laurel that bears the title, " Ceylon " on a multi-rayed star.
Ceylon Air Force. Cast brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An eagle to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above the title scroll, " Ceylon "
Ceylon Engineers. Scarce king's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title within a wreath of laurel.
Ceylon Garrison Rare short-lived embroidered example of the yellow Elephant's head on a black square.
Ceylon Medical Corps. Cast brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Rod and Serpent to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above the title scroll, " Ceylon Medical Corps ".
Ceylon Mounted Rifles. Scarce white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes above the title scroll. [ See Renfrew's " British Colonial Badges " for more information ]
Ceylon. Black-brass cap badge worn by the Ceylon Planters Rifle Corps. this title surmounted by a tri-part motto scroll and a sprig of a tea-bush.
Chard School - Somerset. Brass elliptical pattern shoulder title, Chard School / Somerset.
Chard School- Somerset. Embroidered in yellow on blue shoulder title, " Chard School Somerset / C.C.F. "
Charterhouse School - O.T.C. Bronzed-brass cap badge with three loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Paschal Lamb and Flag above the title scroll, \" Charterhouse O.T.C. \"
Cheetham School- Cadets ? Most unusual white metal wings badge with two loops to the reverse. The title " Cheetham / C / School " on a domed centre flanked by a pair of wings. Early School Flying club or ?? [ Gaunt Collection most of which date from WWI into the 1920's] [New Information received that the School trained British and Commonwealth pilots ] Thanks G.S.
Cheltenham College - O.T.C. Scarce black-brass shoulder title, \" Chelt / OTC / Coll.\"
Cheltenham College- O.T.C. Scarce black-brass semi-circular shoulder title, Cheltenham / OTC / College.
Cheltenham College- O.T.C. King's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The title, " O.T.C " to the centre of a curled bugle horn surmounted by the crown.
Cheltenham College-Cadets. Scarce victorian black-brass glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title, \" Cheltenham College \" within a wreath of laurel.
Cheshire - Cadets. Embroidered example of the white acorn with green leaves on a maroon and buff diamond.
Cheshire { Earl of Chester\'s } Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes above the title scroll, " Earl of Chester's I.Y "
Cheshire { Earl of Chester\'s } Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce first pattern white metal headdress badge with the early single loop and blade fitting to the reverse. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the title scroll, \" Earl of Chester\'s I.Y. \"
Cheshire Air Raid Wardens. Chrome and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Butt & Co. Chester. The prince of Wales's plumes to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Cheshire Corps of Air Raid Wardens".
Cheshire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce other ranks buff coloured leather belt complete with white metal waist-belt clasp worn by a member of the 4th. { Stockport } Volunteer Battalion Cheshire Regiment. The Prince of Wales's plumes on a multi-rayed star within a circlet bearing the title with square floriated belt loops each end. The belt is complete with all white metal fittings but rather grubby condition.
Cheshire Regiment - Volunteers. Victorian white metal home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes on a multi-rayed star to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " The Cheshire Regt. 3rd. Volr. Battn." within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate. { Now with black cloth centre for display annotating the Regiments linage.} { Plate is in uncleaned condition }
Cheshire Regiment- Volunteers. Victorian black-brass other ranks Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the 1st.Cheshire Rifle Volunteers. This title around the Arms of Cheshire within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Cheshire Regiment. Scarce WW I embroidered in white on pale khaki shoulder strap slip-on, \" Cheshire \" with canvas loop to the reverse. { Reverse with some glue stains.}
Cheshire Regiment. Scarce brass early pattern officers shoulder title,Cheshire.
Cheshire Regiment. Officers small size sil / gilt and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse still affixed to sealed pattern labels. Original sealing label dated 1980 with various makers details to the reverse,with re-sealing and cancelling label for 1994. An acorn with leaves on a ground of green enamel to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,upon a multi-rayed hob-nail star.
Cheshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, \" T / 5 / EC / Cheshire \". Worn by the 5th. { Earl of Chester\'s } Territorial Battalion Cheshire Regiment.
Cheshire Regiment. Brass and enamel king's crown Regimental Association lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details to the reverse. The old "Foot" number "22"and Cheshire Regiment to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the Association title. [Enamel with scratches]
Cheshire Regiment. Excellent quality officers silver / gilt and enamel f.s. cap badge with two long loops to the reverse. An acorn with oak leaves upon a ground of green enamel,to the centre of a circlet bearing the regimental title,all mounted upon a star backing.[Very slight polish to centre]
Cheshire Regiment. WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, \" Cheshire \" with khaki loop to the reverse.
Cheshire Regiment. Officers bronze two-piece construction service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. An acorn with leaves to the centre of a circlet bearing the title mounted upon a multi-faceted hob-nailed star.
Cheshire Regiment. WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. An acorn with leaves on a multi-rayed star above the scroll, " Cheshire "
Cheshire Regiment. Pair of officers sil /gilt collar badges. An acorn with leaves.
Cheshire Regiment. Other ranks bi / metal helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes upon a multi-rayed star to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. Designed to be worn with the universal home service pattern helmet plate. { With black backing cloth for display }
Cheshire Regiment. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Buttons Birmingham. A spray of oak to the centre of a circlet bearing the title upon a multi-rayed hob-nailed star.
Cheshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, " T / 4 / Cheshire." Worn by the 4th. { Territorial } Battalion Cheshire Regiment.
Cheshire Regiment. Embroidered example of the cerise and buff diamond worn as a Battalion sign by the Cheshire Regiment.
Cheshire Rifle Volunteers. Black-brass glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. A wheat-sheaf to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " 1st. Cheshire Rifle Volunteers " on a maltese cross surmounted by the Prince of Wales's plumes.
Cheshire Rifle Volunteers. Victorian white metal other ranks Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. A sheaf of wheat to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " 2nd. Cheshire Rifle Volunteers " within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate. { Upper section of the crown appears to have been very well re-affixed,just below the jewels, a long time ago }
Cheshire Rifle Volunteers. Other ranks white metal waist-belt clasp with matching bench marks to each half. A crowned bugle horn with " 5 Battn " between the strings to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Cheshire Rifle Volunteers " with square floriated belt loops each end. { 5th. { Congleton } Cheshire Rifle Volunteers.}
Cheshire Rifle Volunteers. White metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The tri-part furled title scroll, \" Chester Volunteer Rifles \" across a sheaf of wheat.
Cheshire Rifle Volunteers. Very scarce brass other ranks waist-belt clasp still affixed to the original leather equipment belt complete with tin-lined cartridge pouch. A shield bearing the Arms of Stockport surmounted by a Coronet within a circlet bearing the title, " Volunteer Rifles Stockport " with matching bench marks to each half and plain squared belt loops. The cartridge pouch bears the brass Prince of Wales plumes. {Leather work still soft and supple with no splits or tears}
Cheshire Volunteer Regiment. Scarce king's crown bronze officers pattern cap badge with two loops and makers details for Fattorini Bolton to the reverse. A crowned shield bearing three wheat sheaves above the double title scroll. Worn in WWI as part of the Volunteer Training Corps.
Cheshire Volunteer Regiment. WW I gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting registration number individual issue number and makers details for Fattorini Bolton to the reverse. A shield bearing three sheaves of wheat on a blue enamel ground to the centre of a circlet carrying the title. Worn by the Cheshire Volunteer Training Corps before the issue of uniforms.
Cheshire Yeomanry. { Earl of Chester\'s } Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Lambourne Birmingham. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the scroll carrying the full title.
Cheshire Yeomanry. { Earl of Chester\'s } Rare variant pattern bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the title scroll, \" Earl of Chester\'s Y \"
Cheshire Yeomanry. { Earl of Chester\'s } Scarce brass shoulder title, " E C I Y "
Cheshire Yeomanry. { Earl of Chester\'s } Brass shoulder title, \" Y / Cheshire \"
Chigwell School - Essex. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A Bishop's Mitre. [Staining to the reverse}
Chigwell School - Essex. Scarce first pattern black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A Bishop's Mitre.
China- Burma-India. Fine quality WW II example of the bullion wire embroidered " Sun and Star " on a black ground above red and bullion wire embroidered " stripes " . Worn by the Chinese Expeditionary Force. 1st. Air Commando Group the " Flying Tigers " and some units from the 14th. Army .
China- Burma-India. WW II example of the white " Sun and Star " on a blue background above red and white stripes. Worn by members of the Chinese Expeditionary Forces, the 1st. Air Commando Group the " Flying Tigers " and some British units of the 14th. Army.
Chindits. Scarce WW II embroidered in white on dark blue shoulder title, " Chindit "
Chinese Labour Corps. Scarce WW I brass cap badge that originally had four small blade fittings to the reverse now with two sew-on holes. The letters " C.L.C. " within an oval. Recruited by the British Government to meet the need for labourers to serve on the Western Front, to be used for digging fortifications, building roads and transporting munitions.
Christ College - Brecon. Embroidered in yellow on dark green shoulder title, Christ College Brecon / C.C.F.
Christ\'s College - Finchley. Scarce elliptical brass shoulder title, " Christ's College / Finchley."
Christ\'s Hospital School - Sussex. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The arms of the School in an ornamental surround.
Christ\'s Hospital School-Horsham. Anodised aluminium cap badge worn by the C.C.F. An ornamental shield bearing the Arms of the School.
Church Army. Very Scarce WW I silver wire embroidered on a black shield Church Army officers cap badge. This organisation worked behind the front lines providing various comforts for the troops and had to wear a uniform or run the risk of being shot as a spy.
Church Lads' Brigade. Brass small sized cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A cross to the centre of a roped circlet backed by a pair of crossed swords with a military helmet and the letters " CLB " between, within an oval bearing the title. During WWI many members of the CLB went on to join various Cadet Companies. [ Approx 3.5 cms high ]
Church Lads\' and Girls. Anodised aluminium cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing a cross backed by swords surmounted by an ancient military helmet to the centre of an oval carrying the title, \" The Church Lads\' & Church Girls\' Brigade.\"
Citizen\'s Volunteer Force. Scarce white metal headdress badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The monogram, \" CVF\" to the centre of a voided circlet within a laurel wreath above the tri-part scroll, \" Law and Order \" surmounted by St. George and the Dragon. Formed in 1911 for public spirited citizens to assist the Metropolitan Police in riots strikes or other acts of public disturbance.
City of London Cadets. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield from the Arms of the City of London upon the ball of a fused grenade. Cadet Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers { City of London } Regiment.
City of London Cadets. Scarce officers bronze cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A shield from the Arms of the City of London upon the ball of a fused grenade.Cadet Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers City of London Regiment.
City of London Cyclists. Scarce king\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the \" 1 / 1st. London Divisional Cyclist Company \". The Arms of the City of London to the centre of a bicycle wheel within a crowned wreath of laurel backed by a pair of crossed rifles above the tri-part furled scroll, \" City of London Cyclists \"
City of London Imperial Yeomanry { Rough Riders } King's crown bi / metal cap badge with period replaced ? brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the City of London to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a crowned wreath of laurel carrying the South Africa honour and " Rough Riders " scrolls. { Badge is in very grubby condition }
City of London Imperial Yeomanry { Rough Riders } Scarce elliptical shaped brass shoulder title, \" Rough / IY / Riders\"
City of London Imperial Yeomanry { Rough Riders } Scarce king\'s crown bi / metal slouch hat badge with three long screw bolts and central backing plate to the reverse. The Arms of the City of London on a pale blue backing to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel that carries the \" Rough Riders \" scroll. { South Africa honour scroll added in 1902. Pouch badge has much shorter bolts , these are 15 cms long.}
City of London Police Reserve, Brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting,individual issue number and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Arms of the City of London to the centre of a red enamel circlet bearing the title.
City of London School - O.T.C. Black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms Crest and Supporters of the City of London above the title scroll.
City of London School - O.T.C. Black-brass shoulder title complete with original shaped brass back-plate, City of London / OTC / School.
City of London Volunteer Regiment. WW I brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Arms and Motto of the City of London. { Raised as part of the Volunteer Training Corps.}
City of London Yeomanry - Royal Horse Artillery. Scarce brass shoulder title, " City of London / Y / RHA" Worn by officers of " C " Battery 11th. {Honourable Artillery Company and City of London Yeomanry Brigade} Royal Horse Artillery.
City of London Yeomanry { Rough Riders } King\'s crown bi /metal cap badge with two loops and central backing plate to the reverse. The Arms of the City of London backed with pale blue to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel carrying the South Africa honour and \" Rough Riders \" scrolls. { Old price inked to the reverse.}
City of London Yeomanry { Rough Riders } Superb quality queen's crown officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The City Arms to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the furled " Rough Riders " scroll.
City of London Yeomanry { Rough Riders } Scarce small bi /metal field service / beret cap badge with two long loops to the reverse. The letters " R R " upon a cavalry spur. {Correct field service cap badge,the collar badges had shorter loops}
City of London Yeomanry { Rough Riders } Scarce large size king's crown officers die-cast bronze service dress cap badge with two blades {folded into loops} to the reverse. The Arms of the City of London to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel carrying the " Rough Riders " title and the South Africa honour scroll.
City of London Yeomanry { Rough Riders } Selection of both patterns of the " Rough Riders " tunic buttons. Officers and other ranks in various sizes and metals. { 17,all with shanks to the reverse}
City of London Yeomanry { Rough Riders } king's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The Arms of the City of London to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the furled scroll, " Rough Riders "
City of London Yeomanry { Rough Riders } Superb quality king\'s crown officers silver / gilt headdress badge with two loops and central backing plate to the reverse. The Arms of the City of London to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel carrying the South Africa honour and \" Rough Riders \" scrolls.
City of London Yeomanry { Rough Riders } Fine quality king's crown officers small size service dress cap badge with two blades {folded into loops} and makers details for " J & Co. " to the reverse. The Arms of the City of London to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel that carries the South Africa honour and " Rough Riders " scrolls.
City of London Yeomanry { Rough Riders } Scarce brass elliptical shaped shoulder title " City of London / Yeomanry " worn in the early 1950's.
City of London Yeomanry { Rough Riders } Rare king's crown officers gold and silver wire embroidered cap badge. The Arms of the City to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the scrolls " Rough Riders " on a black backing. {Paper stuck to reverse}
City of London Yeomanry {Rough Riders} Scarce bi / metal NCO's sleeve badge with three loops to the reverse. The letters, " R R " in script form upon a cavalry spur.
City of London Yeomanry {Rough Riders} Queen's crown anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt Birmingham. The Arms of the City to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the furled scroll, " Rough Riders "
City of London Yeomanry {Rough Riders} Superb quality officers king's crown silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the City to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the furled scroll, " Rough Riders"
City of London Yeomanry. { Rough Riders } Brass shoulder title, T / Y / City of London.
City of London Yeomanry. { Rough Riders } Scarce WW II embroidered shoulder title in { faded } light blue on purple, " Rough Riders ".
City of London. Unusual embroidered in white on red shoulder title, " City of London / Drums "
City of Salford-Air Raids. WW II gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Caxton Plate Co. London to the reverse. The Arms of the City of Salford in yellow and blue enamel to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,"City of Salford Air Raids Wardens Corps".
Civil Air Guard. Chromed-white metal and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The blue enamel monogram,"CAG" to the centre of a crowned "RAF" style wreath.
Civil Air Guard. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the sleeve badge worn on the dark blue " Boiler-Suit " style uniform. A dark blue cross on a light blue rectangle with the Union Ensign to the top left corner. The " C.A.G." was formed in the late 1930's to promote and produce badly needed pilots.
Civil Air Guard. WW II chrome and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Lewis Birmingham to the reverse. The " CAG " to the centre of a circlet.
Civil Airlines. Superb quality very early British Overseas Aircraft Corporation pilot officer\'s gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. A griffin upon a torse to the centre of a wreath of oak surmounted by an Astral crown. { Crown of the badge slightly curved to fit the cap snuggly. }
Civil Defence Force - Egypt. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. Two snakes and a pyramid to the centre of a circlet bearing the title backed by another pyramid and the scroll, " Cairo ". { Slight stain to lower left }
Civil Defence. WW II printed example of the yellow on blue crowned \"CD\" badge worn on the beret.
Civil defence. WW II printed in yellow on black shoulder title, " Report and Control "
Civil Defence. WW II printed white on blue "Area / Fire Guard / Captain" uniform shoulder title.
Civil Defence. WW II printed in white on dark blue shoulder title, \" Fire Guard / Sector Captain \"
Civil Defence. WW II example of the yellow embroidered on denim material tunic / overall badge. The letters "CD" surmounted by the crown on a blue circle.
Civil Defence. Embroidered WW II king's crown yellow on black tunic / uniform badge. The CD monogram and crown on a black circle.
Civil Defence. WW II printed example of the sleeve rank badge worn by a Deputy Chief Warden. A yellow rectangle within a dark blue rectangle.
Civil Defence. WW II embroidered red on black early pattern uniform designation for "Beckenham"
Civil Defence. WW II printed in yellow on dark blue shoulder title, \" Warden \"
Civil Defence. WW II embroidered in orange on black shoulder title, \" Senior / Fire Guard \"
Civil Defence. WW II printed example of the yellow on black " Broad Bar " sleeve insignia worn by a " Deputy Chief Warden " Also worn in the the London County Council area by a " Group Rescue Officer "
Civil Defence. WW II printed example of the Civil Defence official issue beret badge. The crowned " CD " monogram in yellow on a blue background.
Civil Defence. WW II printed example of the two thin yellow bars on a black background. Worn by Officers in charge of Messengers.
Civil Defence. WW II printed example of the yellow star above three chevrons on a dark blue backing. Worn by " Rescue Foremen " of the Civil Defence.
Civil Defence. Rare WW II ? officers king's crown silver bullion wire cap badge. The "CD" monogram on a grey background surmounted by the crown on a shaped black backing.
Civil Defence. WW II red and blue enamel \" Fire Watcher\'s \" lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. The letters, \" FW \" surmounted by stylised flames within a circlet bearing the title, \" Fire Watcher \". Worn by civilians in offices or other business premises trained to deal with incendiary bombs as soon as they fell.
Civil Defence. WW II printed in yellow on dark blue shoulder title, " Decontamination "
Civil Defence. WW II embroidered example of the three chevrons below a star in yellow on a black backing. Worn by " Station Rescue Foreman, Stretcher Party Supervisors London Post Wardens " and other various Junior Supervisory Ranks.
Civil Defence. WW II dark blue armband with yellow printed " Rainbow " Civil Defence title surmounted by the king's crown. [ Few stains and old pin still affixed to make the armband smaller ]
Civil Defence. Gilt and enamel king's crown lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. A blue enamel half circle bearing the Civil Defence " Rainbow Pattern " title surmounted by the crown.
Civil Defence. WW II printed example of the Civil Defence Reserve yellow on dark blue beret badge. The " CDR " monogram to the centre of a crowned roped circlet.
Civil Defence. WW II yellow on blue printed shoulder title, " Rescue "
Clifton College-Bristol - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the College above the motto scroll.
Coldsream Guards. Scarce WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " C.G." with canvas loop to the reverse.
Coldsteam Guards. Scarce WW II embroidered Battalion Sign. A red roman numeral "III" , worn by the 3rd.Battalion.
Coldstream Guards. Fine quality NCO's silver and enamel cap star with two loops and central backing plate to the reverse. The Star of the Order of the Garter.
Coldstream Guards. Scarce king's crown gold bullion wire embroidered NCO's large size sleeve " Colour Badge " insignia. The Garter Star and sphinx on a maroon background above crossed swords and surmounted by a red velvet inset crown.
Coldstream Guards. Queen's crown gold bullion wire embroidered Warrant Officers large size sleeve " Colour " badge. The Garter Star and Egypt honour on a maroon backing above crossed swords and surmounted by the crown. [ Backing material absent.]
Coldstream Guards. Fine quality hallmarked silver and enamel officers cap star with two loops makers details for \" L.B.& B Co.\" and Birmingham hallmarks for 1954 to the reverse. The Star of the Order of the Garter.
Coldstream Guards. Scarce WW II embroidered in red on khaki Battalion shoulder designation, " VI " worn by the 6th. Battalion Coldstream Guards.{ Two small moth holes}
Coldstream Guards. Rare officers bronze small size service dress cap star with two blades to the reverse. The Star of the Order of the Garter.
Coldstream Guards. Officers silver / gilt and enamel waist-belt clasp with matching bench marks to each half. The Star of the Order of the Garter on a seeded ground to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and a spray of laurel with plain squared belt loops to each end. { Blue enamel behind the voided motto mostly absent and red enamel with slight damage, priced accordingly }
Coldstream Guards. Rare WW I era officers bronze service dress full size cap star with two blades to the reverse. The Star of the Order of the Garter. [ Blades folded into loops. ]
Combined Operations. WW II printed unissued example of the red RAF eagle, anchor and " Tommy-gun " on a black tombstone shaped backing. Worn in all theatres of the war by Commando and other specially trained units.
Combined Operations. WW II embroidered in red on a black \" Tombstone \" shaped backing example of the \" RAF \" eagle tommy-gun and anchor. Worn by Commandos and other specially trained units in all theatres of the war. { Paper spots to reverse, removed from old album.}
Combined Operations. WW II embroidered example of the red R.A.F. eagle tommy gun and anchor on a black circular backing. Worn by Commandos and other Specially Trained units in all theatres of the war. [ Tear above the eagles wing at approx 11 o'clock ]
Combined Operations. WW II embroidered example of the " RAF eagle anchor and Tommy-Gun " representing the three services, in { Faded } red on a black circular backing. Worn by Commando and other Special Forces in all theatres of the war.
Combined Operations. WW II printed example of the red \" RAF \" eagle tommy-gun and anchor on a circular black backing. Worn in all theatres of war by Commandos and other specially trained units.
Combined Operations. Embroidered WW II example of the yellow embroidered R.A.F. eagle tommy-gun and anchor on a tombstone shaped backing worn by Combined Operation units of the Royal Navy.
Combined Operations. WW II embroidered example of the R.A.F. eagle tommy gun and anchor in red on a circular black backing. Worn by Commando\'s and other specially trained units in all theatres of the war.
Combined Services Entertainments. Very scarce embroidered in white on black shoulder strap slip-on, " C.S.E. / MIL. REP " Worn by the uniformed military officers in Korea who accompanied the various artistes of the C.S.E. { The successor to ENSA} { This is the actual item photographed in Jon Mills book, " Badges on Battledress " -4938 }
Combined Services Entertainments. Scarce locally made embroidered in yellow on light blue silk shoulder strap slip-on, " CSE " Worn by Entertainers and the Military Representatives who accompanied them in Korea. {This is the actual item photographed in Jon Mills " Badges on Battledress" book-item 4936}
Commando Brigade. Embroidered example of the red dagger on a black background.
Commando title. WW II white on black embroidered shoulder title, "No.9 Commando." [Title has been trimmed around the edges]
Commando Title. WW II embroidered in red on black shoulder title, " No.6 Commando."
Commandos. Rare WW II embroidered in yellow on dark green shoulder title, " V. Commando " with " press-stud " fittings to the reverse. { Mothed to lower edge of the lettering.}
Commonwealth Forces. Woven example of the yellow and red king's crown above the tri-part scroll, " British Forces Commonwealth " on a blue background with press-stud fittings to the reverse. Worn by the British Indian, Australian and New Zealand Forces, { Including the R.A.F. } who made up the " Brindiv " occupation Force in Japan.
Company Sniper. Scarce embroidered example of the white fleur-de-lys on a khaki backing. Worn in WW II by Snipers of the 47th. London Division.
Comrades of the Great War-Womens Section. Scarce enamel and white metal lapel badge with brooch pin fitting,makers details for Gaunt London and individual issue number to the reverse. The figure of Britannia to the centre of a circlet of blue enamel bearing the above title. [Slight staining to the letters "ME" of "womens" and brooch pin fitting re-affixed.]
Comrades of the Great War. Scarce gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting,makers details for Gaunt London and individual issue number to the reverse. The Union Flag to the centre of a circlet bearing the title above a scroll denoting "Official".
Comrades of the Great War. Brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting,individual registration number and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Union Flag in coloured enamels to the centre of a circlet bearing the title.[This is the large size pattern]
Connaught Rangers. Scarce brass home service helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. The Harp of Erin and the motto scroll to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. Designed to be worn with the universal pattern home service helmet plate. [ Now with black felt centre backing for display ]
Connaught Rangers. King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting and crown strengthening loop to the reverse. The Harp of Erin surmounted by the crown above the furled title scroll.
Connaught Rangers. Rare victorian white metal foreign service helmet pagri badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Harp of Erin surmounted by the crown within a wreath of shamrock.
Connaught Rangers. Victorian cap badge with two loops to the reverse. the crowned Harp of Erin above the title scroll.
Connaught Rangers. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. the crowned Harp of Erin above the furled title scroll, " Connaught Rangers "
Control Commission Germany-Police. King\'s crown chromed officers cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of GviR mounted upon the plain domed centre of a crowned hob-nailed star.
Coopers Company Cadets. Rare black-brass shoulder title, " Coopers' Company / Cadet Corps / School. "
Cornwall - Cadets. Scarce early pattern embroidered Cadets formation sign. The yellow and black design the same as the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry's collar badge on a khaki backing. { Backing mothed, not affecting the design.}
Cornwall Air Raid Precautions. Scarce WW II embroidered black on yellow beret / tunic badge. The Arms of Cornwall above the letters "A.R.P. " on a circular backing. [Moth nip to top edge and old glue stains by the crown]
Cornwall Artillery - Volunteers. Victorian other ranks white metal Home Service helmet plate with two { of three } loops to the reverse. An old style field gun between the title scrolls, \" 1st. \" and \" Cornwall Artillery Vols. \" surmounted by the Royal Arms.
Cornwall Home Guard. WW II printed example of the pale green lizard on a black background worn by the 8th. [Lizard] Battalion Cornwall Home Guard.
Cornwall Rifle Volunteers. Scarce white metal waist-belt clasp with hook and plain loop fittings to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes and the Arms of the Duchy of Cornwall to the centre of furled scrolls bearing the title, " Cornwall Rifle Volunteers "
Corps of Military Accountants. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of an oval bearing the title.
Corps of Military Police [India] Scarce embroidered in black on jungle green khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " C.M.P. [I ].
Corps of Military Police. WW II printed in black on red shoulder title, " C.M.P. "
Corps of Military Police. WW II printed black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " CMP " Canvas loop to reverse absent
County of London Home Guard. Scarce WW II printed shoulder designation, Home Guard / LON / 102. Worn by [ 102 Battalion County of London ] Home Guard Anti-Aircraft Rocket Battery. The battery was based in Southwark Park and commanded by Major L.W. Bowron
Cranbrook School - O.T.C. Black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the School above the title scroll.
Cranleigh School - Surrey. Black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Paschal Lamb above the title scroll, "Cranleigh C.C.F. "
Crossed Swords Badge. Gold and silver bullion wire sleeve qualification badge worn by the Best Swordsman in a Cavalry Troop. Crossed swords with gold wire handles and silver wire blades on a scarlet backing.
Cumberland & Westmoreland -Cadets. Embroidered example of the golden yellow dragon on a light green backing.
Cumberland V.T.C. Scarce WW I white on khaki embroidered shoulder title,V / CUMB. worn by the Cumberland Volunteer Training Corps.
Cyprus Defence Force. Rare officers silver cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The lion above the title ? scroll.
Cyprus Regiment. King's crown WW II brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A crowned shield bearing the Arms of Cyprus above the title scroll, " Cyprus Regiment."
Cyprus Regiment. Scarce king's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Arms of Cyprus on a crowned shield above a furled scroll bearing the title.
Cyprus Regiment. Scarce brass shoulder title, " Cyprus ".
Cyrenaica District. WW II printed example of the black and white "Ruins of Ancient Carthage" affixed to a pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on. [Sun faded]
Czechoslovakian Forces. Bronzed WW II cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the Free Czechoslovakian Forces in England. The squared shape badge bearing the Bohemian Lion and title "Czechoslovakian Army " the date "28 ix 40 " and patriotic slogans.
Czechoslovakian Forces. WW II embroidered red on khaki " paste-back " shoulder title, " Czechoslovakia "
Czechoslovakian Forces. WW II printed shoulder title in red on brown, " Czechoslovakia "
Czechoslovakian Forces. Scarce WW II embroidered in red on black shoulder title, " Czechoslovakia "
Czechoslovakian Independent Armoured Brigade. WW II printed example of the white Bohemian Lion of Czechoslovakia on a red and blue shield. This Armoured Brigade was part of 21st.Army Group and landed in Normandy in June 1944.
Dean Close School - Cheltenham. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the School above double scrolls carrying the motto and title, " Dean Close School C.C.F. "
Dean Close School- O.T.C. Brass shoulder title complete with original shaped brass back-plate, \" Dean Close / O.T.C. / School. \"
Denbigh & Flint Cadets. Embroidered example of the red rampant Welsh dragon picked out in black on a blue diamond.
Denbighshire Hussars-Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass shoulder title, " D H I Y "
Denbighshire Hussars. Bronzed / brass other ranks cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse.
Denbighshire Hussars. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { Folded into loops } and makers details for \" J & Co. \" to the reverse. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the title scroll, \" Denbighshire Hussars.\" { Slight staining }
Denbighshire Rifle Volunteers. Scarce white metal other ranks Victorian helmet plate with two loops to the reverse.A Welsh Dragon to the centre of a circlet bearing the title.1st.A.B.Denbighshire Rifle Volunteers,within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Denbighshire Yeomanry [ Hussars.] Scarce brass shoulder title, Y / Denbigh.
Denstone Collage - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the college and title scroll surmounted by the Staffordshire Knot.
Derby School - O.T.C. First pattern bronze cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the School Arms to the centre of a scrolled circlet carrying the title surmounted by a Bishop\'s Mitre.
Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry. King\'s crown bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A large rose surmounted by the crown within a wreath of laurel bearing the South Africa honour above the tri-part title scroll, \" Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry \" { Approx 38 x 44 cms.}
Derbyshire [Sherwood Foresters ] Volunteers. Scarce officers silvered and enamel Victorian home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. A multi-rayed crowned star back-plate and a wreath of laurel that carries double title scrolls,"Sherwood Foresters " and " 2nd. Volunteer Battalion ", with a seated stag on a ground of deep blue enamel to the centre of a wreath and maltese cross,that bears the title scrolls,"The Derbyshire Regt." [One small loop that holds the laurel wreath absent.]
Derbyshire Air Raids. WW II enamel lapel badge for Derbyshire Air Raid Welfare. These were local authority staff,who helped people who had lost homes during air-raids,and needed food and shelter.
Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry. King\'s crown other ranks bronzed large sized cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The rose surmounted by the crown within a laurel wreath carrying the South Africa honour above the tri-part title scroll, \" Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry \" { Approx 5.5 x 6 cms.}
Derbyshire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce white metal victorian glengarry badge with three loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. Volunteer Battalion Derbyshire Regiment. This title on a crowned circlet with crowned maltese cross centre bearing the stag in an oak wreath and titles, " Sherwood Foresters Derbyshire " to the arms.{ The small crown inside the circlet has been mis-struck, hence price reduction }
Derbyshire Regiment. {Sherwood Foresters} Victorian bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A resting stag within a wreath of laurel flanked by the " Sherwood Foresters " titles on a crowned maltese cross above the scroll, " Derbyshire "
Derbyshire Regiment.[Sherwood Foresters] Brass first pattern officers shoulder title,Derby, worn before the reference to "Nottinghamshire " was added to the Regimental Title.
Derbyshire Rifle Volunteers. White metal cross-belt plate with two screw bolts with original nuts to the reverse. The Lion and a cap of Maintenance within a wreath of oak surmounted by a duke's Coronet. { Thought to be Glossop ? Rifle Volunteers, as the design is taken from the Arms of Duke of Norfolk who's family owned the Manor House and large tracts of land in Glossop }
Derbyshire Volunteer Training Corps. WW I bronzed cap badge with slider fitting bearing makers details for Fattorini Bolton to the reverse. A maltese cross with a stag within railings to the centre of a circlet carrying the title, \" Derbyshire Volunteer Regiment of Home Guards \".
Derbyshire Yeomanry. King's crown officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops an " S " for silver stamp and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The crowned rose within a laurel wreath bearing the South Africa honours above the tri-part title scroll with blank central section. { Gilt dull }
Derbyshire Yeomanry. Pair of king\'s crown small size officers bronze service dress collar badges. The crowned rose to the centre of a laurel wreath bearing the South Africa honour above the tri-part title scroll with blank centre section.
Derbyshire Yeomanry. Near mint fine quality pair of officers queen\'s crown collar badges. The Derbyshire Rose to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel bearing the South Africa honour above the tri-part title scroll with blank centre section. { See my item 28286 for matching cap badge.}
Derbyshire Yeomanry. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A rose to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel bearing the South Africa honours above the title scroll.
Derbyshire Yeomanry. Most unusual brass shoulder title, " T / Y / Derbyshire " with three original blades { Folded into loops } to the reverse. Possibly for wear on a slouch hat ? or Shoulder Chains ?
Derbyshire Yeomanry. Scarce king\'s crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { Folded into loops } to the reverse. The crowned rose to the centre of a wreath of laurel bearing the South Africa honour above the tri-part title scroll with blank centre section.
Derbyshire Yeomanry. Pair of white metal small size king's crown collar badges. The rose surmounted by the crown to the centre of a laurel wreath bearing the South Africa honour above the tri-part title scroll with blank centre section.
Derbyshire Yeomanry. Fine quality near mint queen\'s crown officers silver / gilt cap badge with two long loops to the reverse. The Derbyshire Rose to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel bearing the South Africa honours above the tri-part title scroll with blank centre section. { See my item 28287 for matching collar badges }
Derbyshire Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, Y / Derbyshire.
Derbyshire Yeomanry. King\'s crown early pattern brass cap badge with slider fitting bearing makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The crowned rose to the centre of a laurel wreath that carries the South Africa honour above the tri-part title scroll \" Derbyshire Yeomanry \" with laurel spray to the centre section. { Approx 5.5 x 5.5 cms }
Derbyshire Yeomanry. Pair of brass shoulder titles, \" D.Y.\"
Despatch Rider. WW II era embroidered in white on khaki example of the Despatch Rider's sleeve badge. A motor-cycle wheel flanked by a pair of wings surmounted by the letters, " D-R "
Despatch Rider. Early embroidered pattern sleeve qualification badge worn by a Despatch Rider. A motor-cycle wheel with upswept wings surmounted by the letters, " D.R " in oatmeal on a khaki backing.
Devonshire and Dorset Regiment. Officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Dorset's sphinx,battle honour and motto scroll upon the Devon's Exeter Castle and motto.
Devonshire Army Cadet Force. Scarce printed example of the white castle in a red rectangle on a green background,worn by the Devonshire A.C.F.
Devonshire Cadets. Brass shoulder title, \" Cadets / Devon \"
Devonshire Cadets. Scarce brass shoulder title, C / 5 / Devon. Worn by Cadet Companies affiliated to the 5th. Territorial Battalion Devonshire Regiment.
Devonshire Home Guard. WW II printed shoulder designation, Home Guard / DVN / 6. Worn by the 6th. Devon [Chumleigh ] Battalion,commanded by Lt. Col. R.D.Worrall MC.
Devonshire Regiment -Territorials. Scarce king's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 4th. { Exeter } Territorial Battalion Devonshire Regiment. Exeter Castle and the motto scroll to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title on a multi-rayed star.
Devonshire Regiment- Volunteers. White metal king\'s crown cap badge with two loops { squeezed in } to the reverse. The castle and motto scroll to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, \" 4th. V.B. The Devonshire Regiment.\" on a multi-rayed star. { H.Q. at Barnstaple }
Devonshire Regiment. Victorian brass glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. Exeter Castle and the motto scroll to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " Devonshire ". Officially made by converting the helmet plate centre.
Devonshire Regiment. WW II king's crown plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. Exeter Castle and the motto scroll to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a multi-rayed star.
Devonshire Regiment. King's crown officers gilt and silver plated cap badge with two long loops makers details for Gaunt London and the letter " P " stamped to the reverse. Exeter Castle to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title mounted upon a multi-rayed star.
Devonshire Regiment. King's crown all brass WW I economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. Exeter Castle to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title on a multi-rayed star.
Devonshire Regiment. Scarce WW II printed example of the red " sword and bowl " on a dark green background. Worn by the 4th. Battalion Devonshire Regiment. { Slight fading }
Devonshire Regiment. Scarce embroidered tropical issue shoulder strap slip-on, " Devon " in black on pale k.d.
Devonshire Regiment. King's crown WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The castle and motto to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title,upon a multi-rayed star.
Devonshire Regiment. Queen's crown anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London. Exeter Castle to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title on a multi-rayed star.
Devonshire Regiment. WW I embroidered white on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " Devon " with canvas loop to the reverse. [ One moth hole above the " N " ]
Devonshire Regiment. Victorian other ranks bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. Exeter Castle above the motto scroll to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title upon a multi-rayed star.
Devonshire Regiment. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. Exeter Castle to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title on a multi-rayed star.
Devonshire Regiment. [ 11th.Regiment of Foot ] Scarce embroidered foreign service helmet pagri flash. The roman numerals " XI " and two parallel bars in red on a green backing.
Devonshire Territorials. Queen's crown anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. Exeter Castle to the centre of a Garter Strap and laurel wreath above the title scroll and surmounted by the Royal Crest.
Diamond Fields Horse- South Africa. Scarce white metal Victorian cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the Cape to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and date "Diamond Fields Horse 1877". [See Owen's book item 186.] [See item 19864 for shoulder title]
Diamond Fields Horse- South Africa. Brass shoulder title,DFH. [See item 19743 for cap badge ] [Owen's book item 179]
Directorate of Operations- Borneo. Printed example of the black and white eagle with out-spread wings on the colours of the three Services, Navy Blue,Light Blue and Red. [ Slight staining to the left-centre]
Dollar Academy-Clackmannanshire -O.T.C. White metal glengarry badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The tri-part motto scroll upon a shield bearing an old style sailing ship with " OTC " in the waves flanked by an oil lamp, book and the letters " D A " { Stain mark to right side.}
Dollar Academy.- Clackmannanshire-Cadets. Scarce chromed-white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. A tri-part motto scroll above a shield bearing an old style ship with " C.C.F. " in the waves flanked by an oil-lamp and a book and the letters " D A ".
Dominica Defence Force. King's crown yellow brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A sunrise over the sea to the centre of crowned wreath of laurel above the title scroll.
Dorchester School - O.T.C. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the School above the title scroll surmounted by a knight's helm with mantling and a dragon's head.
Dorset County Division. WW II printed example of the three lions from the Arms of Dorchester on a yellow and white circle with a khaki backing.
Dorset Regiment. Scarce officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The castle and motto scroll surmounted by the sphinx and " Marabout " honour to the centre of a laurel wreath bearing the scroll, " Dorset " { Worn only after 1951-1958 }
Dorset Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 4 / Dorset. Worn by the 4th. { Dorchester } Territorial Battalion Dorset Regiment.
Dorset Territorials. Anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. A shield bearing Dorchester Castle Keep and the motto scroll.
Dorset Volunteer Regiment. WW I king\'s crown bronzed cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. three Lions from the County Arms to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing, \" Volunteer Regiment 1915 \" within a wreath of laurel carrying the \" Dorset \" title. Raised in WW I as part of the Volunteer Training Corps.
Dorset Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, Y / Dorset.
Dorset Yeomanry. Queen's crown " New Metal " cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A mailed fist to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto backed by a crossed sword and rifle above the title scroll.
Dorset Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, \" T / Y / Dorset \" with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse.
Dorset Yeomanry. { Queen\'s Own } King\'s crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The title and \" QOY \" monogram to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap within a wreath of laurel carrying the South Africa honour.
Dorsetshire Regiment - Territorials. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 4th.Territorial Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment. The castle and motto scroll surmounted by a sphinx upon a blank tablet within a wreath of laurel carrying the title scroll. {Officially erased honour pattern}
Dorsetshire Regiment - Volunteers. Small brass field-service cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A cap of maintenance and the precedence number " 16 " to the centre of a strap bearing the title, " 1.V.B. Dorset Regt."
Dorsetshire Regiment. Brass other ranks second pattern Home Service helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. The castle motto scroll and " Gibraltar " honour to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. Designed to be worn with the universal pattern helmet plate.
Dorsetshire Regiment. Cast brass king's crown pouch badge with three loops to the reverse worn by bandsmen of the regiment. The title "Dorset" in large script surmounted by the crown,above the motto scroll, "Primus In Indus"
Dorsetshire Regiment. Pair of other ranks brass shoulder titles,Dorset.
Dorsetshire Regiment. WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Smith & Wright Birmingham. The castle and " Primus In Indis " scroll to the centre of a wreath of laurel that carries the title surmounted by a sphinx upon the honour tablet, " Marabout "
Dorsetshire Regiment. Victorian bi / metal cap badge with two black loops to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour above the castle and motto scroll to the centre of an oval wreath of laurel and title scroll. {Slightly polished to high points}
Dorsetshire Regiment. Superb quality officers silver gilt and dark green enamel \" Station Master\'s \" peaked cap badge with three loops to the reverse. The two-towered castle between motto scrolls, \" Primus In Indus \" and \" Montis Insignia Calpe \" above the sphinx upon the Regiment\'s main honour, \" Marabout \"
Dorsetshire Regiment. WW II printed white on red shoulder title, " Dorset "
Dorsetshire Regiment. Scarce WW II embroidered maroon,yellow and green formation sign worn by the 8th. Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment.
Dorsetshire Regiment. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The castle and motto scroll surmounted by a sphinx and the " Marabout " honour tablet within a wreath of laurel carrying the title scroll.
Dorsetshire Regiment. Brass first pattern " Two-Tower " helmet plate centre with four loops { Two replacements } to the reverse. The Castle with " Gibraltar " honour and the motto scroll to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. Designed to be worn with the universal pattern Home Service helmet plate.
Dover College. Embroidered in white on black shoulder title, \" Dover College / J.T.C. \"
Downside School - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing a cross moline above the title scroll.
Downside School- Bath. King's crown gun-metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A cross moline surmounted by the crown bearing the titles, " Downside School "
Dragoon Guards. Two early pattern brass shoulder titles, " D G ". One of which has been curved and the centre twisted to give it a " Fancy " appearance.
Drivers Sleeve Badge. King's crown embroidered example of the " Driving Skills " qualification sleeve badge. A steering wheel surmounted by the crown in white and brown on khaki with the edges neatly sewn round.
Drummer. Embroidered in black and white on a grey backing drummer's sleeve badge. Worn by Drummer's of the London Scottish.
Dublin University - 0.T.C. Scarce king's crown bronzed cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the University and the motto scroll surmounted by the crown above the title, " Dublin University Officers Training Corps ".
Dublin University - O.T.C. Scarce bronze king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the University to the centre of a crowned scroll bearing the motto's and " D.U.O.T.C." [ Gaunt Collection ]
Dublin University. Scarce brass shoulder title, " Dublin / O.T.C. / University."
Duke of Cambridge's Own [Middlesex Regiment] Officers sil / gilt waist-belt clasp with matching bench marks to each half. The Arms of Middlesex,the Prince of Wales's plumes,and the "Albuhera" honour within a wreath of laurel to the centre of a circlet bearing the "Duke of Cambridge's " title. [Tip of wreath on the right side absent,so priced accordingly.]
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Officers silver plated cap badge with two silvered loops and a " P " stamp to the reverse. A strung bugle horn surmounted by a Ducal Coronet and the " Cornwall " title scroll.
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. King's crown brass valise badge with long "slider" type fitting to the reverse. The D.C.L.I. bugle,castle and feathers to the centre of a Garter Strap on a crowned wreath and star backing,with the regimental title scroll below.
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Superb quality Victorian officers silver / gilt two piece headdress badge with five loops to the reverse. The main Gateway of Launceston Castle backed by a pair of crossed feathers with red velvet inserts, to the centre of a strung bugle horn. Below this a tri-part title scroll, "The Duke of Cornwall's Lt. Infy." [Worn on the "Station Master " style peaked cap]
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Scarce WW II black embroidered shoulder title, " Cornwall " on a dark green backing. These were made up by the Regimental tailor from cut-down shoulder strap slip-ons and worn by the 5th. Territorial Battalion D.C.L.I. [ Moth nips above the letters.]
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry - Volunteers. Scarce officers silver plated cross-belt plate with plain backing plate and three screw bolts { one original nut } to the reverse, worn by the 1st. Administrative Battalion Cornwall Rifle Volunteers. An escutcheon bearing the Arms and Motto of Cornwall to the centre of a wreath of laurel surmounted by the Prince of Wales\'s plumes.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry - Volunteers. Scarce white metal officers cap badge with three loops and later added green backing cloth for display worn on the \" Station Master \" style forage cap by an officer of a Volunteer Battalion. The arched gateway of Launceston Castle backed by a pair of crossed feathers with red felt inserts within a strung bugle horn. { Worn with or without the separate Volunteers title scroll. } { Approx 5.5 cms high }
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry - Volunteers. Victorian white metal other ranks Home Service helmet plate with two { of three } loops and later added for display red cloth backing to the centre, worn by the 2nd. Battalion Cornwall Rifle Volunteers. This title on a strap around a furled escutcheon bearing the Arms and Motto of Cornwall within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry - Volunteers. White metal 1874- 1882 glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the \" 2nd, Battalion Cornwall Rifle Volunteers.\" This title on a strap with an escutcheon bearing the Arms and Motto of Cornwall to the centre. { Red centre backing cloth added for display }
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry- Cadets. Scarce brass shoulder title, " 1 / C / Cornwall " with original shaped brass back-plate to the reverse and retaining section of { torn } khaki material.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry- Volunteers. Scarce victorian cap badge with three loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. Volunteer Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. A bugle horn with strings surmounted by a Ducal Coronet.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Officers silver plated beret badge with two long loops and red felt added for display to the reverse. A strung bugle horn surmounted by the \" Cornwall \" title scroll and the Ducal Coronet.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. A strung bugle horn surmounted by the \" Cornwall \" title scroll and a Ducal Coronet.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Pair of post 1881 first pattern other ranks collar badges. A pair of crossed feathers and a castle upon a bugle horn. { Good match to the front but different colour and loop arrangement to the reverse. }
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. WW II printed in white on red shoulder title, " Cornwall. "
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. WW II black on khaki embroidered shoulder strap slip-on, \" Cornwall \" with two canvas loops to the reverse.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { folded into loops } and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. A strung bugle horn surmounted by a Ducal Coronet and the title scroll, " Cornwall "
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Extremely scarce foreign service helmet pagri flash worn by the 1st. Battalion D.C.L.I. in India in the 1920's. Silk woven horizontal stripes of green red and white. {Name of officer who's effects it came from given to buyer}
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Fine Quality officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades and red backing cloth for display to the reverse. A strung bugle horn surmounted by the title scroll, \" Cornwall \" and the Ducal Coronet.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. WW II printed in white on red shoulder title, \" D.C.L.I.\"
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Officers silver plated small sized beret badge with two long loops a " P " stamp and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A Ducal Coronet and the " Cornwall " scroll above a bugle horn.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Pair of officers bronze service dress " cap badge size " collar badges with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse still affixed to a section of khaki material. A bugle horn with strings surmounted by the title scroll and a Ducal Coronet.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Brass shoulder title, \" T4 / Bugle / Cornwall \" in three separate pieces on the original shaped brass back-plate. Worn by the 4th. Territorial Battalion Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Scarce 1881-1900 officers silver / gilt forage cap badge with three loops to the reverse. The arched gateway of Launceston Castle upon a pair of crossed feathers with red velvet inserts on a strung bugle horn. { Worn with or without the separate title scroll } { Approx 5.5 cms high with slight wear to the gilt }
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Scarce pair of white metal small size " Cap badge pattern " collar badges worn by NCO'S in the 1930's on the patrol tunic. A strung bugle horn surmounted by the title scroll and the Ducal Coronet.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Scarce pattern brass shoulder title, " D.C.L.I. " Officially issued in the 1920's.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Pair of small size officers bronze service dress collar badges. A strung bugle horn surmounted by the \" Cornwall \" title scroll and the Ducal Coronet.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Scarce early pattern brass shoulder title, " Bugle horn / Cornwall " Worn by officers on the tropical tunic.
Duke of Cornwall\'s Light Infantry. Victorian first pattern brass headdress badge with three loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn surmounted by a Ducal Coronet.
Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose to the centre of a wreath of oak and laurel the bears the title scrolls surmounted by a duke's coronet.
Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title,DLO.
Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry. Anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt Birmingham,still affixed to a "Stores and Clothing " pattern card with original wax seal to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose and wreath to the centre of a strap bearing the title,surmounted by a coronet. [Card is dated 1971 and re-stamped by the M.O.D.]
Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, " Y / DofL'sOwn "
Duke of Lancaster\'s Own Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A large Lancashire Rose above the title scroll, " The Duke of Lancaster's Own I.Y ."
Duke of Lancaster\'s Own Yeomanry. Fine quality officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades and central back-plate to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose within a wreath of laurel to the centre of a strap bearing the title surmounted by a coronet.
Duke of Lancaster\'s Own Yeomanry. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The Lancashire Rose and laurel wreath to the centre of a strap bearing the title surmounted by a coronet.
Duke of Lancaster\'s Own Yeomanry. Superb quality mint gilt officers cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose within a wreath of laurel to the centre of a strap bearing the title surmounted by a Ducal Coronet. { The coronet has the number " 7 " stamped into the reverse ? }
Duke of Lancaster\'s Own Yeomanry. Pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges, one of which bears makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose and laurel wreath to the centre of a strap bearing the title surmounted by a Ducal Coronet.
Duke of Wellington\'s Regiment { West Riding } Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Crest and Motto of the Duke of Wellington above the title scroll.
Duke of York\'s Royal Military School. Scarce early pattern brass cap badge with two loops and " F / 43 " to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes.
Duke of Yorks - Royal Military School. Embroidered blue on scarlet shoulder title, " Duke of Yorks / R.M.S. "
Dulwich College - Cadets. Small bronze cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the College Arms and the motto scroll on an ornamental ground surmounted by an arm emerging from flames.
Dulwich College-O.T.C. Scarce first pattern black-brass shoulder title, Dulwich / OTC / College.
Dulwich College-O.T.C. Small bronze cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An oval bearing a chevron and three flower heads flanked by the dates, " AD 1619 and AD 18532 on ornamental scroll work above the motto scroll and surmounted by an arm appearing from flames.
Dumbartonshire Rifle Volunteers. Scarce white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. An elephant standing on ground with a tower upon its back below the motto scroll to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Dumbartonshire Volunteers " within a wreath of thistles. Worn before 1908 as a Rifle Volunteer Battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.
Dumfries-shire Volunteer Training Corps. Very scarce WW I bronze cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A winged figure representing \" Victory \" standing upon a dragon within a wreath of oak above the four-part furled motto scroll.
Dumfriesshire Home Guard. Scarce WW II printed shoulder designation, " DFS / 4 ". Worn by the 4th. Dumfriesshire [ Kirkconnel ] Battalion commanded by Lt.Col. A.Wilson.
Dunlop Air Raid Precautions. Silver and enamel lapel badge for the famous rubber factory,the title \"Dunlop\" above the initials,\"ARP\",on a blue enamel background. Still contained in the original card-board box,on a card marked,Stirling Silver.
Dunstable School Cadet Corps. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the School above the title scroll, " Dunstable School C.C. " { In well-used condition }
Durham Light Infantry - Militia. Scarce victorian white metal glengarry badge with three loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, \" Durham.\"
Durham Light Infantry - Territorials. King's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 6th. Territorial Battalion Durham Light Infantry.
Durham Light Infantry- Territorials. Scarce king's crown large cast brass pouch badge with three loops and original shaped dark green cloth backing to the reverse worn by Bandsmen of the 7th. Territorial Battalion Durham Light Infantry. The " D.L.I. " monogram and " 7th. " within the strings of a crowned bugle horn { Green backing has been stuck to an old piece of cardboard to stiffen it } { Approx 6 x 6 cms }
Durham Light Infantry- Territorials. Scarce cast brass large pouch badge with three loops to the reverse worn by the band of the " 2 / 5th. Battalion Durham Light Infantry" A crowned bugle horn with " D.L.I " and "2/5th." between the strings. {Now with red cloth backing for display} { Approx 6.5 x 6.5 cms.}
Durham Light Infantry- Territorials. King\'s crown black-brass beret badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London worn by the 6th. Territorial Battalion Durham Light Infantry.
Durham Light Infantry- Territorials. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the 5th.,7th.,8th., and 9th. Territorial Battalions Durham Light Infantry.
Durham Light Infantry- Volunteers. Scarce king's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn surmounted by the crown with " 3 / VB / DLI " between the strings.
Durham Light Infantry- Volunteers. Victorian white metal other ranks home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. A bugle horn to the centre of a voided circlet bearing the title, " Durham 3rd. Volr. Battn. " within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate. { 3rd. Volunteer Battalion - Sunderland } { Now with black centre cloth backing for display }
Durham Light Infantry- Volunteers. Scarce king's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Bishop Auckland } Volunteer Battalion Durham Light Infantry. The number " 2 " and " V B D L I " between the strings of a crowned bugle horn.
Durham Light Infantry- Volunteers. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. {Stockton-on-Tees} Volunteer Battalion Durham Light Infantry. A crowned bugle horn with " 1 / VB / DLI " to the centre.
Durham Light Infantry- Volunteers. Fine quality victorian officers home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn on a black background to the centre of a Garter Strap within a wreath of laurel that carries double title scrolls, " The Durham Light Infantry " and " 3rd. Volunteer Battalion " all mounted upon a multi-rayed star plate. { 3rd. Volunteer Battalion - Sunderland }
Durham Light Infantry- Volunteers. Victorian white metal other ranks Home Service pattern helmet plate with two of three} loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Durham 1st. Volr. Battn. " within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Durham Light Infantry- Volunteers. Scarce victorian black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. Volunteer Battalion Durham Light Infantry. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a voided circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross surmounted by the crown upon a blank tablet.
Durham Light Infantry. Pair of WW II era white on red embroidered " Paste-back " shoulder titles, " Durham L.I. "
Durham Light Infantry. Embroidered example of the white on khaki WW I shoulder strap slip-on,Bugle / Durham,with two cloth loops to the reverse.
Durham Light Infantry. Pair of white metal shoulder titles,a strung bugle horn above the title Durham.
Durham Light Infantry. WW II printed in white on red shoulder title, " Durham L.I. "
Durham Light Infantry. WW II king\'s crown plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for \" MMMC \" to the reverse. The \" D.L.I. \" monogram between the cords of a bugle horn surmounted by the crown.
Durham Light Infantry. Pair of officers king's crown bronze service dresscollar badges. The " DLI " monogram to the centre of a crowned bugle horn. [ Loops slightly squeezed in ] [ N.B. cap badge size ]
Durham Light Infantry. Scarce embroidered in red on dark green foreign service helmet pagri badge, " D.L.I. "
Durham Light Infantry. King's crown white metal beret badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The " DLI " monogram to the centre of a crowned bugle horn.
Durham Light Infantry. Scarce WW II printed example of the red crowned bugle horn on a dark green backing D.L.I. Battalion Formation Sign.
Durham Light Infantry. Black-brass shoulder title, " T / 6 / Durham ". Worn by the 6th. Territorial Battalion Durham Light Infantry.
Durham Light Infantry. Pair of queen's crown officers bronze service dress collar badges. The " DLI " monogram to the centre of a crowned bugle horn.
Durham Light Infantry. Scarce brass victorian foreign service helmet pagri badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The " DLI " monogram to the centre of a strung bugle horn surmounted by the crown. {Approx 6cms high}
Durham Light Infantry. WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The " DLI" monogram to the centre of a crowned bugle horn with strings.
Durham Light Infantry. { Territorials } Scarce king's crown white metal officers pouch badge with three screw bolts to the reverse. A shield bearing a tree below a spray of oak to the centre of a crowned oval carrying the title, " 6th. Battalion Durham Light Infantry " {Bishop Auckland Battalion }
Durham Rifle Volunteers. Scarce victorian officers white metal pouch-belt plate with three screw bolts retaining original nuts to the reverse worn by the 3rd. { Sunderland } Durham Rifle Volunteers. The Arms of Sunderland to the voided centre of a crowned oval strap bearing the motto, " Nil Desperandum Auspice Deo. " Worn only from 1860-1887. { Slight staining }
Durham Rifle Volunteers. Victorian cast white metal NCO's ? pouch-belt plate with three screw bolts to the reverse. A shield bearing an oak ? tree surmounted by an acorn to the centre of a crowned oval carrying the title, " 2nd. Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps".
Durham Rifle Volunteers. Scarce near mint victorian black-brass helmet plate with two loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. { Chester-le-Street } Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps. A bugle horn with ribbon strings to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a crowned maltese cross.
Durham Rifle Volunteers. Scarce king's crown white metal NCO's pouch belt plate with two screw bolts to the reverse worn by the 3rd. { Sunderland } Durham Rifle Volunteers. The Arms of Sunderland to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the motto. { Became 3rd. Volunteer Battalion Durham Light Infantry }
Durham Rifle Volunteers. Very scarce white metal victorian other ranks home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the " 4th. Administrative Battalion Durham Rifle Volunteer Corps." This title on a strap with a bugle horn to the voided centre within a wreath of laurel on a multi-rayed star plate.
Durham University - O.T.C. Scarce gold bullion wire cap badge. A cross patee quadrant. Now known as Northumbrian University.
Durham University - O.T.C. Anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt Birmingham. A cross patee quadrant. Now known as Northumbrian University
Durham University - O.T.C. Bronzed cap badge with brooch pin fitting { replacing the loops or blades } and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A cross patee quadrant.
East Africa - Armoured Corps. Scarce WW II cast silver cap badge with brooch-pin fitting to the reverse.[Pin is a replacement] A rhinoceros upon a scroll and shield bearing "E.A.A.C. / IV " Worn by the 4th. Regiment - East Africa Armoured Corps. [See item 21629 for shoulder title.]
East Africa - Armoured Corps. Scarce small cast brass cap badge with two integral lugs to the reverse. A rhinoceros above the scroll, " E.A.A.C. " { See also following item }
East Africa Command. Fine quality embroidered example of the crossed \" Pangas \" within a black circle on a red backing with press-stud fittings to the reverse.
East Africa Command. Scarce early pattern embroidered example of the crossed panga's on a black outlined red shield.
East Africa Protectorate. Very fine quality officers king\'s crown gilt headdress badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A rampant lion the to centre of a crowned furled scroll bearing the title above \" E R & I \" { Approc 6.5 cms high.}
East Africa- Armoured Corps. Scarce { very polished ! } brass cap badge with two integral lugs to the reverse. A rhinoceros upon the scroll, \" E.A.A.C.\" { Priced accordingly.}
East Africa. King's crown bullion wire embroidered " East African Railways and Harbours" officers cap badge. The white metal fouled anchor and gold bullion wire "EAR&H" to the centre of a gold wire wreath surmounted by a red velvet inset crown.
East Africa. Scarce WW II printed red on khaki shoulder title, " East Africa ".
East Africa. Scarce embroidered in light blue on pale tropical k.d shoulder strap slip-on, " East Africa ".
East Africa. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the Nyasaland Police. This title on a scroll below a leopard on a mountain top backed by a stylized sunrise and the crown.
East Africa. Rare cast brass cap badge with two integral lugs to the reverse worn by East African Forces for a short while in WW II. A pair of crossed Panga's within a laurel wreath.
East African Armoured Corps. Pair of cast brass shoulder titles, " E.A.A.C. " with integral lugs and original red cloth backing bearing inked, " King's African Rifles " to the reverse.
East African Pioneers. [1st.Battalion] Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The number "1" a pair of crossed axes and the crown above the title scroll, "Pioneers".
East African Reconnaissance Squadron. Scarce WW II cast brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A leopard on rocky ground bearing the " E.A.R.S. " monogram above the motto scroll, " Semper Vigilans ".
East Anglian Brigade. Scarce officers small size silver / gilt cap badge with two long loops to the reverse. The Castle and Key mounted upon a multi-rayed star.
East Anglian Brigade. Large size bi / metal pouch badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 3rd. Battalion 16th / 44th East Anglian Brigade. The " Captured " eagle 44th to the centre of a Garter Strap 16th Approx 8.5 cms high
East Anglian District. Embroidered example of the white head of a Viking on a red shield shaped backing. { Lowest point of shield absent }
East Kent - Militia. Rare white metal Victorian glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Kent to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title. [ Appears to have been very well repaired between the " K and E " of Kent a long time ago ]
East Kent Regiment { The Buffs } Scarce brass first pattern shoulder title worn by the Regiment, " The Buffs "
East Kent Yeomanry Cavalry / Mounted Rifles. Selection of nine brass and black-brass buttons in three different sizes and formats all with shanks to the reverse.
East Lancashire Regiment King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 3rd. [Militia] Battalion East Lancashire Regiment. The sphinx and Egypt honour above the Lancashire Rose to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel with the title scroll to the lower part. [N.B. Reversed metals to the regular battalions]
East Lancashire Regiment - Territorials. King's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A sphinx upon a blank tablet and the Lancashire Rose to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above double scrolls bearing the title and the South Africa battle honour. Worn by the 4th and 5th. Territorial Battalions.
East Lancashire Regiment - Territorials. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with " hair-pin " slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 4th. and 5th. Battalions East Lancashire Regiment. The Lancashire Rose and the sphinx upon a blank tablet to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel carrying the title scroll. [Officially erased pattern}
East Lancashire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce king's crown white metal cap badge with two loops the the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Burnley } Volunteer Battalion East Lancashire Regiment. The sphinx upon a blank tablet and the Lancashire Rose to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above the title scroll.
East Lancashire Regiment. WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour above the Lancashire Rose within a crowned wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll { Very slightly curved.}
East Lancashire Regiment. Fine quality officers king\'s crown silver and gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour above the Lancashire Rose within a crowned wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll.
East Lancashire Regiment. Victorian bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour above the Lancashire Rose to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll. [See item 21844 for more information ]
East Lancashire Regiment. King's crown officers service dress bronze cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour above the Lancashire Rose within a crowned wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll.
East Lancashire Regiment. King's crown officers silver / gilt cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour above the Lancashire Rose within a crowned wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll. { Silver toned with age }
East Lothian Yeomanry Cavalry. Superb 1860's officers silvered and gilt full dress helmet plate with three { shortened } screw bolts to the reverse. The " VR " cypher and the Order of the Thistle to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap within a wreath of thistle above furled scrolls bearing the titles, " East Lothian Yeomanry Cavalry " { Approx 16 cms high.}
East Riding of Yorkshire Imperial Yeomanry. Five variant king's crown officers and other ranks buttons. Large size gilt bronze and brass and small size gilt and brass all with makers details to the reverse. The King's Crown and running fox to the centre of the title scroll and " I. Y. "
East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry. Rare pair of officers gilt first pattern collar badges. A running fox.
East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry. Bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A running Fox above the motto scroll, \" Forrard \"
East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, \" Y / E.Riding \"
East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry. Scarce brass first pattern 1902-1908 cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A running fox.
East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" E R Y \" worn for a short while in the 1950\'s .
East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry. Scarce brass sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. A running fox on ground bearing the motto, " Forrard " above the furled title, " Mounted Scouts " { Discontinued before the First World War }
East Riding Yeomanry. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { folded into loops } to the reverse. A running fox above the motto scroll, " Forrard ".
East Riding Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, " T / Y / E.Riding "
East Riding Yeomanry. Very scarce WW I economy pattern all brass issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A running fox above the motto scroll, " Forrard ".
East Riding Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title , " Y / E.Riding "
East Riding Yeomanry. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A running fox above the motto scroll, " Forrard " . { Note this scarce pattern has the short motto scroll }
East Riding Yeomanry. Scarce large size NCO's bi / metal arm badge with two loops to the reverse. A running fox above the motto scroll, " Forrard " { Approx 8 cms wide }
East Riding Yeomanry. Fine quality officers silver / gilt cap badge with two long loops to the reverse. A running fox above the motto scroll, " Forrard ". { Finish much brighter than picture shows }
East Riding Yeomanry. Rare brass shoulder title, " 26 / ACC ". After 1920 the Yeomanry was reduced to only the most senior 14 Regiments retaining horses, the rest converted to other roles. East Riding Yeomanry became, " 26 East Riding Yeomanry Armoured Car Company Tank Corps.".
East Riding Yeomanry. Scarce pair of small pattern white metal collar badges. A running fox. Best Blues or Mess Dress ?
East Riding Yeomanry. Rare pair of WW I produced bi / metal collar badges. A running fox above the motto scroll, " Forrard "
East Riding Yeomanry. Rare first pattern officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { Folded into loops } to the reverse. A running fox.
East Riding Yeomanry. Fine quality pair of officers silver / gilt collar badges. A running fox above the motto scroll, " Forrard " { Slight staining to the head of one }
East Surrey Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce red on black embroidered tunic shoulder strap. A black strap with red piping and the title, " 3 / V / E.Surrey " . [ Slight stitching loss to the letter " Y " and moth nips to piping ]
East Surrey Regiment- Territorials. Black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 6th. Territorial Battalion East Surrey Regiment. This title on a circlet with a star bearing the Arms of Guildford to the centre on a large maltese cross that carries the South Africa honour.
East Surrey Regiment- Territorials. King\'s crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 6th. { Kingston-upon-Thames } Territorial Battalion East Surrey Regiment. A shield bearing the Arms of Guildford on a crowned hob-nailed star above the title scroll, \" East Surrey \"
East Surrey Regiment- Volunteers. Scarce victorian white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The crowned shield bearing the Arms of Guildford and a small scroll, " 2nd. V.B. " on a hob-nailed star above the title " East Surrey " { 2nd. Volunteer Battalion headquarters - Wimbledon } { One loop well replaced }
East Surrey Regiment- Volunteers. Scarce king's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Wimbledon } Volunteer Battalion East Surrey Regiment. A crowned shield bearing the Arms of Guildford and the " 2nd. V.B " scroll upon a hob-nailed star above the title, " East Surrey "
East Surrey Regiment- Volunteers. Pair of victorian white metal collar badges worn by the Volunteer Battalion. A crowned shield bearing the Arms of Guildford on a hob-nailed star. {Very close match}
East Surrey Regiment. Victorian white metal other ranks glengarry badge,worn by the 4th. Volunteer Battalion,The East Surreys. The Arms of Guildford on a backing star,inside a crowned circlet bearing the title,East Surrey 4th. Volr. Battn.,with three black loops to the reverse.
East Surrey Regiment. WW II embroidered example of the sleeve insignia worn by Battalions of the East Surrey regiment. A small rectangle divided into black, buff and maroon. { Slight " nick " bottom right corner }
East Surrey Regiment. King\'s crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A crowned shield bearing the Arms of Guildford on a hob-nailed star above the title scroll, \" East Surrey \"
East Surrey Regiment. Other ranks bi /metal Victorian pattern cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of Guildford surmounted by an Imperial Crown on a hob-nailed star above the title scroll, "East Surrey". [Pattern worn well in the 1900's ]
East Surrey regiment. WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Arms of Guildford to the centre of a crowned hob-nailed star above the title scroll.
East Surrey Regiment. King's crown gilt brass pouch belt plate with two screw bolts to the reverse. The Arms of Guildford on a shield to the to the centre of a circlet bearing the title mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star. [ Approx 8 cms high ]
East Surrey Regiment. Scarce WW I king\'s crown bi /metal cap badge with slider fitting and makers details for Starr Putney S.W. to the reverse. The Arms of Wandsworth surmounted by the crown on a multi-faceted star above the \" East Surrey \" title scroll. Worn by the 13th. { Wandsworth } Battalion East Surrey Regiment as part of Kitchener\'s Army.
East Surrey Regiment. Pair of king's crown officers silver / gilt collar badges. The Arms of Guildford on a crowned shield mounted upon a hob-nailed star.
East Surrey Regiment. Queen's crown other ranks beret badge with slider to the reverse bearing makers details for Buttons Birmingham. The Arms of Guildford to the centre of a crowned shield,upon a hob-nailed star with the title scroll below. [Slight staining to side of crown]
East Surrey Regiment. Brass shoulder title, " T / 5 / E.Surrey " Worn by the 5th. { Wimbledon } Territorial Battalion East Surrey Regiment
East Surrey Regiment. Victorian brass pouch badge with two screw bolts to the reverse. { One original nut } A shield bearing the Arms of Guildford to the centre of a circlet carrying the title upon a multi-rayed star plate surmounted by the crown. { Approx 7.5 cms high }
East Surrey Regiment. WW II printed white on red shoulder title,East Surrey.
East Surrey Regiment. Victorian bi / metal cap badge with two loops and original mothed piece of red felt shaped backing to the reverse. The Arms of Guildford surmounted by an Imperial crown on a multi-faceted star above the title scroll. [Possibly for wear on a slouch hat as this badge came from South Africa ] [See item 21844 for more information ]
East Surrey Regiment. Scarce brass Victorian other ranks foreign service helmet pagri badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Arms of Guildford to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title on a hob-nailed star.
East Surrey Regiment. WW II printed white on red shoulder title, " East Surrey "
East Surrey Regiment. Brass shoulder title, " T / 6 / E.Surrey " Worn by the 6th. Territorial Battalion East Surrey Regiment.
East Surrey Regiment. - Territorials. Scarce king's crown bi / metal cross-belt or pouch badge with three loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of Guildford on a multi-faceted hob-nailed star above the title scroll, " 6th. Bn.The East Surrey Regt." [ Approx 6.5 x 6 cms.]
East Surrey Regiment.. WW II embroidered example of the yellow eight-pointed star on a black square background. Worn by the 1st. Battalion East Surrey Regiment.
East York Militia. Rare victorian officers silver / gilt waist belt clasp still affixed to the off-white buckskin sword belt complete with hanging straps. The crowned Yorkshire Rose to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " East York Militia " with squared floriated belt loops and matching bench marks to the reverse. The reverse of the waist belt also bears the original owners name " Baines - Bell Hall ". { Various stains from storage contact with patent leather }
East Yorkshire Regiment - Volunteers. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by Volunteer Battalions of the East Yorkshire Regiment. The Yorkshire Rose to the centre of a laurel wreath and multi-rayed star above the scroll, " East Yorkshire "
East Yorkshire Regiment- Volunteers. Scarce brass shoulder title with makers details for Gaunt London and original shaped brass back-plate to the reverse, \" V / E.York \" Worn by the WW I raised Volunteer Training Corps.
East Yorkshire Regiment- Volunteers. Rare white metal sleeve proficiency badge with two loops to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose and laurel wreath on a multi-rayed star mounted upon a bicycle wheel. The 1st. and 2nd. Volunteer Battalions both had a Cyclist Section later to become, \" 5th. { Cyclist } Territorial Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment.
East Yorkshire Regiment- Volunteers. White metal cap with two loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Beverly } Volunteer Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment. The Yorkshire Rose within a laurel wreath on a multi-rayed star that bears the furled scroll, \" 2nd. Volr.Battn.\" above the title, \" East Yorkshire \"
East Yorkshire Regiment-Territorials, Scarce black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 5th. { Cyclist } Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment. The Yorkshire Rose to the centre of a laurel wreath on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll, \" East Yorkshire\"
East Yorkshire Regiment. Officers sil / gilt Victorian forage cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose on a black leather backing to the centre of a wreath of laurel on a multi-rayed star. [Slight tear to leather,and gilt now down to brass.]
East Yorkshire Regiment. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for " FN Birmingham. The Yorkshire Rose within a laurel wreath on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll.
East Yorkshire Regiment. WW II printed in white on red shoulder title, " East Yorkshire"
East Yorkshire Regiment. WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose within a laurel wreath upon a multi-rayed star above the title scroll. {Reverse with staining}
East Yorkshire Regiment. Scarce WW II silk woven Battalion sign worn by the East Yorkshire Regiment. The White Yorkshire Rose on a red diamond.
East Yorkshire Regiment. Fine quality officers silver gilt and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose on a ground of black enamel within a wreath of laurel on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll.
East Yorkshire Regiment. WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose within a wreath of laurel to the centre of a multi-rayed star above the title scroll.
East Yorkshire Regiment. WW II printed white on red shoulder title, East Yorkshire.
Eastbourne College - C.C.F. Embroidered beret badge featuring a depiction of the Royal Sussex Regiment cap badge and the title on a black oval backing.
Eastbourne College - O.T.C. Scarce bronze cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the College on a multi-rayed star backed by the Roussillon Plume above the tri-part title scroll.
Eastern Command India. Fine quality deeply embroidered example of the heraldic white horse's head on a black background edged in white. This was the Headquarters responsible for operations in Arakan and other parts of Burma.
Eastern Command { India } WW II white on black { Faded } example of the horse's head with flowing mane. This Command was responsible for all operations in the Araakan and other parts of Burma.
Eastern Command. Printed example of the blue shield bearing a Viking\'s head a pair of crossed swords and a representation of the white cliffs of Dover.
Edinburgh Academy- C.C.F. Embroidered in white on black shoulder title, " The Edinburgh Academy / C.C.F. "
Edinburgh Academy. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The head of Homer to the centre of a Greek inscription and a laurel wreath on a circular background.
Edinburgh Garrison. Printed example of the yellow castle on a green square with blue central band. [ Paper stuck to reverse ]
Edinburgh Home Guard. Scarce WW II printed shoulder designation, EHG / 4. Worn by the 4th. City of Edinburgh [Portobello } Battalion,commanded by Lt.Col. B.H.Blyth.
Edinburgh University - O.T.C. Brass shoulder title, \" Edinburgh / OTC / University \".
Edinburgh University - O.T.C. Pair of king\'s crown white metal collar badges. A crowned shield bearing the Arms of the University.
Edinburgh University - O.T.C. King's crown white metal glengarry or sporran badge with two long loops to the reverse. A crowned shield bearing the Arms of the University above a furled scroll bearing the title. { Approx 4.5 cms high }
Efficiency Badge- Volunteers. Embroidered example of the white and scarlet diamond shaped sleeve badge worn to show efficiency in drill and rifle practice.
Efficiency Badge- Volunteers. Silver wire on black embroidered sleeve diamond worn by one of the Volunteer Corps.
Egyptian Air Force. Scarce metal and enamel 1950's pilot's qualification wing with brooch pin fitting and Arabic makers details to the reverse. Green and white enamel circles to the centre of a wreath topped with the crescent and three stars flanked by a pair of " gunmetal " coloured wings. [Approx 10.5 cms wide ]
Eighth Army. Fine quality example of the gold bullion wire embroidered Crusader's Cross on a white shield with black backing. Eighth Army became very well known for the heavy fighting in the Western Desert and Italy.
Eighth Army. Scarce WW II plastic sew-on formation sign of the pattern favoured by Polish Forces. A white shield bearing a gold cross on a black backing. Worn in Italy and reputedly made from parts of accordions from a dis-used factory.
Eighth Army. WW II locally made gold wire embroidered Crusader's Cross on a white shield with black background. The Eighth Army fought in the Western Desert most famously at El Alamein and then the landings in Sicily and Italy. [ Paper stuck to reverse removed from old album]
Eighth Army. Scarce plastic material sew-on Eighth Army formation sign as favoured by Polish Forces reputedly made from parts from a disused accordion factory in Italy. The gold Crusader's Cross on a white shield with black backing. [ Sign is slightly Twisted ]
Eighth Army. Scarce and unusual WW II embroidered early pattern locally produced black shoulder strap bearing the shield of the Crusader\'s Cross in red and white with two loops to the reverse. This was the original design for the Eighth Army, but considered that it might be confused with the signs for the Red Cross as on ambulances, and Field Hospitals so the well know Golden Yellow cross was adopted.
Ellesmere College - O.T.C. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The titles, " O.T.C. Ellesmere " to the centre of a strung bugle horn.
Emanuel School- Wandsworth - O.T.C. Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the School Arms surmounted by a coronet above double scrolls carrying the motto and title, " Emanuel School O.T.C. "
Emanuel School. Brass cap badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A portcullis with chains upon a torse and surmounted by a rose.
Emanuel School. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A portcullis with chains upon a torse and surmounted by a rose.
Emirate of Afghanistan. Heavy brass waist-belt clasp worn between 1919 and 1928 during the reign of King Amanulla II. The Afghanistan National Emblem to the centre of a wreath of laurel.
Entertainments National service Association. Scarce WW II bronze lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. An inverted triangle bearing the letters, \" E N S A \" This badge was also worn as a cap badge by \" E.N.S.A. \" members in uniform.
Entertainments National Service Association. Scarce WW II chromed white metal lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. Of triangular form with the letter "E" to the centre and "N,S, and A " to the points.
Entertainments National Service Association. Scarce WW II embroidered sign worn by uniformed members of E.N.S.A. A white triangle with the E.N.S.A. badge in various colours below the white on black title "Welfare".
Epsom College- Surrey. Brass shoulder title, \" Epsom / O.T.C. / College.\"
Epsom College. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An eagle's head and wings on a torse above the title scroll, " Epsom ".
Equatorial Corps - Sudan. Scarce silver officers cap badge with two silver loops and "Silver " stamp to the reverse. A water-buffalo upon a torse above the title scroll.
Equatorial Corps. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A Rhinoceros above the scroll, " Equatoria "
Essex Regiment - Volunteers. King's crown brass WW I cap badge with two loops and makers details for Meggy,Thompson and Creasey,Chelmford to the reverse. The Essex Seaxes to the centre of a crowned shield above the title scroll. Worn by the WW I raised Volunteer Training Corps. [ Slight Staining to front and reverse ]
Essex A.C.F. Modern " Bright - metal " gilt small size cap badge with two tangs to the reverse. The Essex seaxes above the scroll, " Essex A.C.F. " [ Colour is as the reverse,front picture has reacted to the flash ]
Essex and Suffolk Cyclist Battalion. Scarce brass shoulder title, T / Cyclists / Essex & Suffolk" Formed in Colchester in 1908 and redesignated as 8th. Essex {Cyclist } Battalion Essex Regiment in 1911.
Essex and Suffolk District. WW II printed example of the yellow "Suffolk" castle and black "Essex" seaxes with reverse colour backgrounds upon a shield.
Essex Army Cadet Force. Pair of white on red embroidered shoulder titles," Essex ACF "
Essex County Cadets. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Essex Seaxes within a wreath of laurel. { Fractured between top of shield and wreath. Priced accordingly }
Essex County Division. WW II embroidered example of the three white seaxes on a red background taken from the Arms of the County of Essex.
Essex Home Guard. White on red embroidered shoulder title,Essex / 12,intended to be worn by the Home Guard during the second phase of its raising in the 1950\'s.
Essex Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Essex Seaxes surmounted by the crown.
Essex Regiment - Cadets. Brass shoulder title, C / 2 / Essex with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by one of the Cadet Units affiliated to the Essex Regiment.
Essex Regiment - Militia. Superb victorian unmarked silver ? cross-belt plate with two original screw bolts and nuts to the reverse. The Essex Seaxes on plain domed background to the centre of a voided garter strap bearing the title, " Essex Rifles " surmounted by the large victorian crown. { Approx 10.5 cms high }
Essex Regiment - Territorials. Bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 8th. { Cyclist } Battalion Essex Regiment. The castle surmounted by the sphinx upon a blank tablet within a wreath of oak bearing the title scroll.
Essex Regiment - Territorials. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 4th.5th.6th.and 7th. Territorial Battalions the Essex Regiment. The castle to the centre of a wreath of oak bearing the title and a small \" South Africa \" honour scroll surmounted by the sphinx upon a blank tablet
Essex Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The castle surmounted by a sphinx upon a blank tablet within a wreath of oak that carries the title scroll, " 2nd. V.B. Essex Regt. "
Essex Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 3rd. Volunteer Battalion Essex Regiment. The castle surmounted by a sphinx upon a blank plinth within a wreath of oak bearing the title scroll, " 3rd. V.B. Essex Regt. " and " South Africa 1900-02 "
Essex Regiment - Volunteers. Victorian other ranks black-brass home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. The two-tower castle and motto scroll surmounted by a sphinx upon a blank tablet to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Essex 1st. Volr. Battn. " within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Essex Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce white metal cap badge with two blades [ Folded into loops ] to the reverse worn by the 3rd. Volunteer Battalion Essex Regiment. The castle surmounted by a sphinx upon a blank tablet within a wreath of oak that carries the title scroll " 3rd. VB. Essex Regt " and " South Africa 1900-02 " [ See item 22694 for example on loops ]
Essex Regiment - Volunteers. Rare black-brass slouch hat badge with two large loops to the reverse. The castle within a wreath of oak above a large scroll bearing the South Africa honour and surmounted by the Sphinx upon a tablet, " 1st. V.B " [Worn only from 1905-1908 ]
Essex Regiment - Volunteers. Victorian black-brass glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. A " two-tower " castle surmounted by a sphinx upon a blank tablet above the motto scroll to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " Essex 2nd. Volr. Battn. "
Essex Regiment - Volunteers. White metal other ranks cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the Volunteer Battalions ? The castle and Egypt honour to the centre of a wreath of oak that carries the title scroll.
Essex Regiment- Territorials. Scarce brass king's crown pouch / cross-belt badge with three screw bolts to the reverse. The Essex seaxes on a shield to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the scroll, " 4th. Battalion ". { Approx 9 cms high }
Essex Regiment- Volunteers. Scarce white metal cap badge with two blades {folded into loops} to the reverse worn by the 4th. {Leyton} Volunteer Battalion Essex Regiment. The castle surmounted by a sphinx upon a blank tablet within a wreath of oak bearing the title, " 4th. V.B. Essex Regt."
Essex Regiment. Gilt and enamel old comrades lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. The sphinx eagle and castle from the Regiment's insignia on a red enamel backing within a black enamel circlet bearing the title, " The Essex Regiment Association "
Essex Regiment. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { Folded into loops } to the reverse of the less common other ranks pattern. The castle surmounted by the sphinx and Egypt honour within a wreath of oak that carries the title scroll.
Essex Regiment. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades {folded into loops} and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The castle surmounted by the sphinx and Egypt honour within a wreath of oak carrying the title scroll.
Essex Regiment. Pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges. A shield bearing the Essex Seaxes above the tri-part title scroll.
Essex Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 4 / Essex. Worn by the 4th. { Brentwood } Battalion Essex Regiment.
Essex Regiment. Victorian unmarked silver officers cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Castle to the centre of a wreath of oak that carries the title scroll surmounted by the sphinx and Egypt honour.
Essex Regiment. Scarce embroidered in black on pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on, " Essex."
Essex Regiment. Pair of embroidered yellow on purple shoulder titles. " Essex".
Essex Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 8 / Essex. Worn by the 8th. [Cyclist ] Battalion Essex Regiment.
Essex Regiment. Pair of brass " Small Eagle " pattern collar badges with single lug fitting to the reverse.
Essex Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 8 / Essex. Worn by the 8th. [Cyclist ] Battalion Essex Regiment.
Essex Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 6 / Essex. Worn by the 6th. [West Ham ] Territorial Battalion. [Top loop absent]
Essex Regiment. Gilt and multi-coloured enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Phillips Aldershot to the reverse. A red and black triangle representing the Regiment's formation sign to the centre of a circlet bearing, " Comrades 5th. Bn. Essex Regt. "
Essex Regiment. WW II white on red printed shoulder title, \" Essex \"
Essex Regiment. Victorian bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The castle surmounted by the sphinx and Egypt honour within a wreath of oak that carries the title scroll. [Note variant pattern to my item 19637 ]
Essex Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 5 / Essex. Worn by the 5th. [Colchester ] Battalion Essex Regiment.
Essex Regiment. Brass Regimental pouch badge with four loops to the reverse. The Essex Seaxes upon a shield. [ Approx 5 x 4 cms.]
Essex Regiment. WW II economy plastic issue cap badge with two blades Folded into loops and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. The castle and Egypt honour within a wreath of oak bearing the title scroll.
Essex Regiment. Scarce early pattern officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The " Victorian " pattern castle surmounted by the Egypt honour within a wreath of oak that carries the title scroll.
Essex Regiment. Scarce officers small pattern unmarked silver cap badge with two silver loops to the reverse. The castle surmounted by the sphinx and Egypt honour to the centre of a wreath of oak that carries the title scroll.
Essex Regiment. WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The castle surmounted by the sphinx and Egypt honour to the centre of a wreath of oak that carries the title scroll. { Badge has been curved to fit the cap better }
Essex Regiment.- Cadets. Scarce brass shoulder title, " C / 5 / Essex " complete with original shaped brass back-plate. Worn by one of the Cadet Companies affiliated to the Essex Regiment.
Essex Rifle Volunteers. Scarce Victorian white metal officers shako plate with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of Essex to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " 6th.Essex Rifle Volunteers " mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star back plate.
Essex Yeomanry. Queen\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Essex Seaxes to the centre of a crowned circlet carrying the title above the motto scroll.
Essex Yeomanry. WW I pattern \" Flat-Topped Crown \" brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Essex Seaxes to the centre of a crowned circlet carrying the title above the furled motto scroll.
Eton College- O.T.C. White metal shoulder title with two blades to the reverse, \" Eton / OTC / College.\"
Eton College-O.T.C. White metal king's crown cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The School Arms on a shield to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the motto,Floreat Etona.
Exeter School - Cadets. King\'s crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. Exeter Castle to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title on a multi-rayed star. { Centre polished }
Exeter University - O.T.C. Anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A Wessex Wyvern upon Exeter Castle above the title scroll.
Expeditionary Forces Canteens. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The letters, \" E F C \" in script form. { Forerunner of the N.A.A.F.I. }
Factory First Aid Badge. Gilt and enamel cap badge ? with two loops and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. A lion holding the letters "ICI" on an orange enamel background,to the centre of a circlet bearing the titles,"First Aid " and "Imperial Chemiical Industries",in red and black enamel.
Faeroe Islands Force. WW II printed example of the " Oyster Catcher " bird perched on a rock on a light blue and dark blue background representing the sea and sky.
Falklands Island Defence Force. Scarce mint gilt officers cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing an old style sailing ship and a sea-lion to the centre of a roped scroll carrying the motto, \" Desire The Right \"
Falklands Islands Defence Force. Scarce bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An old style sailing-ship and a sea-lion on a shield to the centre of a roped scroll bearing the motto, \" Desire The Right.\"
Far East Command. Scarce printed example of the Combined Operations badge surmounted by the Queen's crown on the colours of the three services, dark blue red and light blue. Worn at the joint services headquarters to command the remaining British Forces in Singapore Malaya and Hong Kong.
Federated Malay Forces. Brass F.M.F. cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Coat of Arms above the bi-lingual motto scroll.
Federated Malay States. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the Light Battery of the Federated Malay States Volunteer Forces Artillery. An old style field-gun above the title scroll surmounted by the crown upon a spray of laurel.
Federated Malay States. Scarce brass shoulder title, " FMSVF ", with makers details for Dowler to the reverse. Worn by the Federated Malay States Volunteer Forces.
Federated Malay States. Brass shoulder title complete with original red felt backing cloth, " Federation / Artillery."
Federated Malay Volunteer Army Service Corps. Scarce embroidered yellow on dark blue shoulder title, " F.M.V.A.S.C. "
Federated Malay Volunteer Military Police. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The "FM" monogram to the centre of a wreath of laurel above the title scroll, "Volunteer Military Police" surmounted by a crossed native dagger and scabbard.
Federated Malay Volunteer Reconnaissance Corps. Scarce embroidered red on black shoulder title, " F.M.V.R.C. "
Federation of Malaya. Brass shoulder title, " Federation / Engineers ".
Felsted School - O.T.C. Brass shoulder title, OTC / Felsted.
Felsted School- Essex. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the School above the scroll, " Felsted ".
Fettes College- Edinburgh. White metal headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. The School Arms.
Fife & Forfar Imperial Yeomanry. Rare king's crown brass NCO's arm badge with two loops to the reverse. The Thane of Fife to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title.
Fife & Forfar Imperial Yeomanry. Fine quality scarce officers hallmarked silver headdress badge with two silver loops { one repaired } to the reverse. The Thain of Fife bearing Birmingham hallmarks for 1903 and makers details for " F & S ".
Fife & Forfar Imperial Yeomanry. Rare king\'s crown officers silver plated sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The Thain of Fife to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title, \" Fife & Forfar Imperial Yeomanry \" { See my item 26538 for NCO\'s example}
Fife & Forfar Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass shoulder title, " F & F I Y "
Fife & Forfar Imperial Yeomanry. Rare pair of officers hallmarked silver collar badges. The Thane of Fife bearing makers details for " F & S " and Birmingham hallmarks for 1903.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry / Imperial Yeomanry. Group of fifteen { 15 } Yeomanry / Imperial Yeomanry buttons in various sizes patterns and materials, silver plate, brass and white metal.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry / Scottish Horse. Queen's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The Thain of Fife to the centre of a crowned saltire bearing sprays of Bay and Juniper.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry / Scottish Horse. Queen's crown officers silver plated cap badge with two long loops to the reverse. The Thain of Fife upon a saltire surmounted by the crown.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, " T / Y / Fife & Forfar "
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Two { Not a pair } officers silver plated collar badges. The Thain of Fife.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, \" Y / Fife & Forfar \"
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Scarce large brass shoulder title, " F & F "
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Thain of Fife.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, " F & F Y " within a border.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Scarce brass headdress badge with two loops and makers details for Lambourne Birmingham to the reverse. The Thane of Fife to the centre of a circlet bearing the title.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Smith and Wright. The Thain of Fife.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Scarce pair of brass collar badges. The Thane of Fife.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Scarce officers unmarked silver small size headdress badge. The Thain of Fife.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Extremely scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { folded into loops } and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Thain of Fife.
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Extremely scarce officers bronze small size field service cap badge with two blades { folded } to the reverse. The Thane of Fife { Design as the collar badge }
Fife & Forfar Yeomanry. Very scarce officers bronze small size service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Thain of Fife.
Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, Y / Fife & Forfar.
Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. Fine quality officers unmarked silver cap with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Thane of Fife.
Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. Scarce white metal beret badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The Thane of Fife.
Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. An armoured knight-the Thain of Fife.
Fife Army Cadets. Printed example of the white " Thain of Fife " on a blue backing.
Fire Guard.- Civil Defence. WW II embroidered white on dark blue king's crown beret badge. The letters, " F G " and the crown within a circlet.
Fire Watcher Badge. WW II chrome and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin to the reverse. The title "Fire Watcher " in red enamel to the centre of a blue outlined circle surmounted by red enamel "flames". Worn by civilian volunteers trained to tackle incendiary bombs.
First Aid Nursing Yeomanry. Scarce first pattern bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A cross moline to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " First Aid Nursing Yeomanry "
First Allied Airborne Army. WW II embroidered British Made example of the large figure " 1" flanked by a pair of wings below the title, " Allied Airborne " above crossed swords on a light blue backing. Worn by the Allies Airborne Forces in Europe. [Moth nips to the edges and small hole below left side sword hilt.]
First Army. WW II printed example of the " Crusader's Sword " on the Cross of St. George on a white shield. First Army fought in North-Africa defeating the occupying forces in Algeria and Tunisia.
First Canadian Army. WW II printed example of the red diamond bearing a blue central bar. Worn by Headquarters Troops and other units in the First Canadian Army.
First Canadian Corps. WW II printed example of the scarlet horizontal diamond. This Canadian Corps included the 1st. Canadian Infantry Division and the 5th. Canadian Armoured Division and were involved in the hard fought advance through Italy including Cassino and breaking the Adolf Line.
First Division / Royal Artillery. WW II printed example of the white triangle of 1st. Division on a blue / red diamond of the Royal Artillery still affixed to a pale k.d. tropical shoulder strap slip-on.
First Gurkha Rifles. Small unmarked cast silver headdress ? badge with two loops to the reverse. The number, \" 1 \" upon a pair of crossed kukri\'s.
First Northamptonshire Yeomanry. Rare officers silver / gilt headdress badge with two loops makers details for Gaunt London and a \" P \" stamp to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover above the Union Spray of Rose Thistle and Shamrock to the centre of a furled title scroll, \" Northamptonshire First Yeomanry \". { Slight plating loss to the horse }
First Reserve Brigade-South Africa. Bronzed other ranks WW II cap badge with two loops and original ? yellow cloth backing to the reverse. The antelope's head to the centre of a wreath of thistle,above the title scrolls.
First Surrey Rifles. Very fine quality victorian officers silver / gilt cross-belt plate with two screw bolts to the reverse. A strung bugle horn on a plain domed centre within a circlet bearing the title mounted upon a crowned hob-nailed and multi-rayed backplate.
First World War French Badge. White metal WW I French badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A depiction of the Maginot Line showing gun emplacements and barbed wire posts below the title,"On Ne Passe Pas". A morale inspired badge to show the German Army that the Maginot Line would hold.
First World War- Celluloid covered tin lapel badge with pin fitting to the reverse, sold to raise money for the war-effort. Crossed Union and Russian flags to the centre of titles, "Russia To-day Society " and "Britain + Russia = Victory"
Fleet Air Arm Embroidered in red on a black " Tombstone " shaped backing Leading Rating's Air Fitter [ Engines] sleeve badge. A star above a four-bladed aircraft propeller and the letter " E "
Fleet Air Arm. Silk woven arm badge of a red two-bladed propeller above the letter " L " on a dark blue backing worn by Air Mechanics { Electrical }
Fleet Air Arm. Gold wire embroidered queens crown pilots qualification wing. A white metal fouled anchor to the centre of gold bullion wire wings with red velvet inset crown above,all on a black backing.
Fleet Air Arm. Fine quality king\'s crown bullion wire embroidered pilot\'s qualification wings. A white metal fouled anchor within a gold bullion wire wreath surmounted by the red velvet inset crown and flanked by a pair of bullion wire wings on a black shaped backing. { Approx 9 cms wide.}
Fleet Air Arm. Queen's crown bullion wire Navy pilot's qualification wing. White metal anchor to the centre of a wreath with a red velvet inset crown above and flanked by a pair of gold bullion wire wings.[Approx 9cms long]
Fleet Air Arm. Scarce brass and enamel 806 Squadron lapel badge with original brooch pin to the reverse and makers details for Emblems of London. A hand grasping a lightening bolt in the sea in coloured enamels,with the motto in a scroll below and the squadron number and a naval crown to the top.
Fleet Air Arm. WW II gold embroidered on black sleeve qualification badge worn by an Ordnance Air Fitter. A four-bladed propeller with a star above and the letter "O" below. [Paper spots to reverse,removed from old album]
Fleet Air Arm. Bullion wire embroidered \" Aircrewman\'s \" sleeve badge. A white metal fouled anchor to the centre of a silver bullion wire oval flanked by gold bullion wire up-swept wings on a shaped dark blue backing.
Fleet Air Arm. Embroidered red on black king's crown Air Mechanic's sleeve qualification insignia. The letter " O " surmounted by a two-bladed propeller and the crown. [Paper spots to the reverse]
Fleet Air Arm. Embroidered example of the red on black sleeve trade badge worn by an Air Mechanic { Engines } A two-bladed aircraft propeller with a star above and the letter " E " below on a semi-circular black backing.
Fleet Air Arm. Fine quality king\'s crown early pattern large size embroidered in red on black Fleet Air Arm Aircrewman\'s sleeve badge. A fouled anchor flanked by a pair of wings surmounted by the crown on a shaped black backing. { Approx 8 x 7 cms.}
Fleet Air Arm. Pair of small size mess-dress king's crown metal and gold bullion wire pilot's qualification wings. The fouled anchor within a wreath surmounted by a red velvet inset crown and flanked by gold wire wings. [Approx 5.5 cms wide.]
Fleet Air Arm. Early pattern gold bullion wire embroidered on a black backing example of the " Leading Rating " ? sleeve trade badge. Two stars with a two-bladed propeller between. [Old paper label giving description to the reverse.]
Fleet Air Arm. Pair of king's crown bullion wire embroidered pilot's qualification wings with applied brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The white metal fouled anchor within a wreath surmounted by the crown flanked by a pair of wings. [Approx 7.5 cms wide ]
Fleet Air Arm. King's crown silver ? and enamel sweetheart brooch with pin fitting to the reverse and safety chain loop to the crown. The fouled anchor in blue enamel to the centre of a wreath and pair of wings surmounted by the red enamel inset crown. [ Approx 5.5 cms wide ]
Fleet Air Arm. King's crown silver and enamel sweetheart brooch with original pin and a " Silver " stamp to the reverse. The fouled anchor to the centre of a green enamelled wreath of laurel surmounted by the red enamel inset crown and flanked by a pair of wings. { Approx 5.5 cms wide }
Fleet Air Arm. King's crown bullion wire embroidered example of the F.A.A. qualified Observer's sleeve badge. A white metal fouled anchor to the centre of a silver bullion wire letter " O " flanked by gold bullion wire wings and surmounted by the crown.
Food Leader. WW II enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A hand holding a basket of food with the titles, \" Food Leader \" on a light green enamel backing. These ladies worked with the Ministry of Food to advise housewives the best and most economical ways to use the food that was available.
Food Officer. WW II king\'s crown gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Miller Birmingham to the reverse. The title \" Emergency Food Officer \" on a blue enamel ground surmounted by the the red enamel inset crown. Worn by Ministry of Food staff to ensure the supply of food as quickly as possible in air-raid damaged areas.
Forage Corps. Rare bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The monogram, \" FC \" in script form to the voided entre of a laurel wreath and multi-rayed star. Raised in 1915 these ladies were employed in providing hay and other forage for the Army\'s many horses and mules to release men for other work.
Fordingbridge { Hampshire } Yeomanry Cavalry. Very rare early pattern bronze shako plate with two loops to the reverse. A New Forest \" Dog-Gauge \" to the centre of a strap bearing the title, \" Fordingbridge Y C \" on a multi-rayed eight-pointed star. { Approx 9 x 9 cms.}
Forest School - Cadets. Scarce embroidered example of the red on black sprig of oak with acorns.
Forest School-Cadets. Scarce gilt and enamel cap badge with two loops and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. A spray of oak backed with red enamel to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto and date, 1883, upon a multi-rayed star that carries the blue enamel backed title scroll.
Forester Brigade. Fine quality officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A stag to the centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross surmounted by a tiger within a wreath of oak that carries the title scroll.
Forester Brigade. Officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. An Antelope to the centre of a Garter Strap upon a maltese cross surmounted by a tiger within a wreath of laurel carrying the title scroll.
Formation Sign. Unknown ? green embroidered triangle on a jungle green khaki backing. { Paper and glue to reverse }
Fort Garry Horse. WW II embroidered example of the light green monogram " F G H " on a maroon backing worn by the Fort Garry Horse in the 5th. Canadian Armoured Division. [ Glue spot to the reverse.]
Framlingham College-O.T.C. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing a chevron and three Saxon Crowns above the scroll, " F.C.O.T.C. "
France- Title. Scarce WW II embroidered in white on khaki shoulder title, " France ". Worn by Free French Forces in WW II.
Free Belgian Army. WW II brass badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Belgian Lion and crown to the centre of a tri-part furled scroll bearing the title, " Belgian Army in United Kingdom "
Free Belgian Forces. Scarce WW II brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Belgian Lion.
Free Belgian Forces. WW II white metal cap badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Belgian Lion and Crown to the centre of a furled scroll bearing the title, " Belgian Army in the United Kingdom "
Free Belgian Forces. Scarce WWII bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Belgian Lion.
Free Czechoslovakian Forces. Scarce oxidized white metal cap / lapel badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse worn by the Czechoslovakian Artillery in England. A shield shape with the Czechoslovakian Lion upon crossed cannon barrels to the centre with the titles around the outer edge.
Free Czechoslovakian Forces. Scarce WW II cap / lapel badge with original brooch pin fitting and makers details for Miller London to the reverse. The Czechoslovakian Lion upon a Geneva Cross with title scrolls, " Czechoslovak Field Ambulance - England "
Free Czechoslovakian Forces. WW II embroidered in red on khaki shoulder title, " Czechoslovakia" within a red border.
Free Czechoslovakian Forces. Scarce pattern WW II oxidized metal cap / lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and makers details for Miller Birmingham to the reverse. A shield bearing the Czechoslovakian Lion upon the letters, " AGDE " backed by crossed flags surmounted by a tower and the date, " 1940 " and a scroll bearing, " 2 Pesi Pluk 2 "
Free Dutch Forces. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Royal Lion of the House of Orange above the title scroll, " Nederland "
Free Dutch Forces. WW II era embroidered in white on black nationality title, " Netherlands " that has been " Blancoed "
Free French Air Force. Gilt and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Cross of Lorraine to the centre of a shield bearing the colours of the French Flag flanked by a pair of wings surmounted by a star,above a scroll bearing "F.A.F.L."
Free Nederlands Brigade. WW II embroidered example of the Royal Lion of the House of Orange above the scroll, " Nederland " on a shaped khaki backing. This Brigade fought with 21st.Army Group in North-West Europe and took part in the liberation of Holland.
Free Netherlands Army. Brass WW II cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The Royal Lion of the House of Orange above a scroll,"Nederland"
Free Netherlands Army. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The Royal Lion of the House of Orange above the title scroll, " Nederland " [Slider slightly twisted ]
Free Netherlands Army. WW II officers gilt cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Royal Lion of the House of Orange above the title scroll, "Nederland".
Free Netherlands Army. Officers bronze cap badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Royal Lion of the House of Orange above the scroll, " Nederland".
Free Polish Forces. WW II embroidered in silver wire on a red backing shoulder title, \" Poland \"
Free Polish Forces. WW II brass cap badge with screw bolt fitting to the reverse. The Polish Eagle upon a shield shape.
Free Polish Forces. WW II embroidered sleeve badge worn by Free Polish Volunteers from France serving with the Royal Air Force. The French Tricolour to the centre of a wreath surmounted by the Polish Eagle,on "R.A.F. blue" backing.
Free Polish Forces. White metal cap badge with screw bolt fitting to the reverse. The Polish Eagle upon a shield shape. [ White metal finish cleaned to brass in places ]
Free Polish Forces. WW II white metal cap badge with one blade fitting to the reverse. The Polish Eagle upon a shield shape. [Originally double blade fittings.]
French ? Air Force. Three brass " propeller and wings " items of rank ? insignia with blade fittings to the reverse. { Largest one missing one blade }
French War Wounded. Scarce WW I gilt and enamel lapel badge with replaced brooch pin and makers details for Fattorini Bolton to the reverse. The Cockerel of France in red enamel upon a shield bearing the Geneva Cross and the letters " F.W.E.F." [French Wounded Emergency Fund]
French War Wounded. Unusual WW I enamelled medallion sold to raise funds in England for wounded French soldiers. The French Cockerel on a shield bearing the Geneva Cross and " F.W.E.F. " with makers details for Fattorini Bolton to the reverse. { Slight enamel damage to the top }
Friends War Victims Relief. Very scarce enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting registration number and makers details for Fattorini Bolton to the reverse. The " Quaker's Star " in red and black enamel to the centre of a white enamel circlet bearing the title. As Quakers the members of this organisation were opposed to violence and would not join the forces to be trained to kill. They did however assist in many ways the Emergency Services especially after air-raids helping the A.R.P. and the Red Cross.
Fuel Watcher. Scarce WW II light blue plastic lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A circlet bearing the title with a central bar reading, " Heat-Light-Power. " Worn in offices,shops,hospitals etc. by an appointed " Fuel Watcher " to conserve all types of power and stop wastage.
Fund Raising Badge. WW II celluloid covered tin lapel badge with pin fitting and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. A red circular backing bearing the titles , " Exeter's " " War Weapons Week " " Feb.15-22 1941 " with a white triangle to the centre depicting diving bombers ships and a crashed enemy plane.
Fund Raising Badge. Scarce WW II celluloid lapel badge with pin fitting and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. A blue circlet bearing the title, " Bomber Fund 1940 " with a British Bulldog below the letter " H " and an arrow [ Denoting Harrow ] to the centre.
Fund Raising Badge. Celluloid on tin WW II fund raising lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A Spitfire in blue above the individual issue number surmounted by the title, \" Spitfire Fund \" Organised in many places around the country to enable people to donate towards buying \" Their \" Spitfire.
Fund Raising Badge. WW II red white and blue celluloid on tin fund raising lapel badge with straight pin fitting to the reverse. A tank in action to the centre of a circlet bearing, " Shepton Mallet War Weapons Week June 7th-14th 1941 ".
Fund Raising Badge. WW II blue and white celluloid on tin lapel badge with straight pin fitting and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. A battleship at sea between the titles, \" Brighton & Hove \" and \" War Weapons Week \"
Fund Raising Badge. WW II celluloid on tin red white and blue lapel badge with straight pin fitting and makers details for Fattorini Bolton to the reverse. A Battleship at sea above, \" Brighton Warship Week \" and surmounted by the date, \" Feb.7th.-14th.1943.\"
Fund Raising Badge. WW II celluloid covered tin lapel badge with pin fitting to the reverse sold to raise funds for the War Effort. A khaki clad soldier holding a tommy-gun above the title " Sherbourne " within a red circlet , " Salute The Soldier "
Fund Raising Badge. WW II enamel and gilt lapel badge with brooch pin fitting \" British War Relief Society \" stamp and a U.S. patent number to the reverse. From 1940 onwards this American organisation collected and send numerous articles of knitted clothing, medicines and other hospital supplies to England under the title of \" Bundles for Britain \" A rampant lion upon a white shield flanked by red white and blue ribbon.
Fundraising Badge. Scarce celluloid and metal WW I fund raising lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A facsimile of a WWI period one pound note with the date of the start of the war ," August 4th.1914" below and " A Memento of the War " above.
G.H.Q Home Forces. WW II embroidered example of the heraldic winged lion within a border on a red and blue backing. G.H.Q Home Forces commanded all formations in the United Kingdom except Anti-Aircraft Units and War Office training establishments. [ Paper spots to reverse ]
Galloway Rifle Volunteers. King\'s crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Scottish Lion above the South Africa honour scroll and the motto, \" Albanich \" within a wreath of thistle surmounted by the letters, \" GRV \" and the crown. { Rifle Volunteer Battalion of the King\'s Own Scottish Borderers .}
General List. Fine quality officers gilt foreign service helmet badge with original pagri fitting to the reverse. The Royal Arms.
General List. Fine quality officers gilt foreign service helmet pagri badge with heavy brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Royal Arms. Probably for Colonial Service officer ?
General Officer. Superb quality king's crown General's silver and gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The crossed sword and baton to the centre of a wreath of laurel surmounted by the Royal Crest.
General Officer. Scarce King's crown gold bullion wire embroidered General's cap badge. The crossed sword and baton in silver wire on a black background within a wreath of laurel surmounted by the Royal Crest.
General Officer. Scarce pair of gold bullion wire embroidered on scarlet General's gorget insignia with small buttons bearing the crossed sword and baton within a wreath.
General Officer. Scarce gold bullion wire embroidered king's crown cap badge still affixed to the scarlet cap band. A crossed mameluke sword and scabbard on a black velvet backing to the centre of a wreath of laurel surmounted by the Royal Crest.
General Officer. Fine quality king\'s crown chocolate-bronze colour General\'s cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A crossed sword and baton to the centre of a laurel wreath surmounted by the Royal Crest.
General Officer. Bronze king's crown General's cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A crossed sword and baton to the centre of a wreath of laurel surmounted by the Royal Crest.
General Officers. Pair of General's rank insignia with four loops to the reverse of each. A crossed mameluke sword and baton.
General Service Corps. Pair of mint gilt queen's crown officers collar badges. The Royal Arms.
General Service Corps. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Crest motto scroll and spray of rose thistle and shamrock backed by a pair of crossed swords. Worn by Training Battalions mainly by officer cadets before going on to OCTU.
George Heriot\'s School- Edinburgh. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the School surmounted by a knight's helm with full mantling and the motto scroll.
George Watson\'s College - Edinburgh. White metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the college to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and the date year the College was founded on the Star of the Order of the Thistle.
George Watson\'s College- Edinburgh. King's crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the College to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and date " A.D.1870" within a thistle wreath surmounted by the crown and ribbon scrolls carrying the motto.
Gibraltar Garrison. Printer example of the yellow Key on a scarlet rectangle. [ Gibraltar always considered to be the " Key " to the Mediterranean ]
Girl Guides-War Service. Scarce black on green printed arm badge worn by Girl Guides assisting with the War Effort. The Guide's symbol to the centre of an oval bearing the tilte,"On War Service".
Girl Guides. Scarce king's crown embroidered in yellow on purple " Award " badge with blanket-stitched edges. The title " Coronation / 1937 " flanked by the letters " G G " and surmounted by the crown.
Girl's Venture Corps. Gilt and enamel " wings style " cap badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The angular title scrolls above the red white and blue enamelled " G V C " monogram. Formed in 1964 by the merger of the Women's Junior Air Corps and the Girls Training Corps. [See J.Mills excellent book " Within the Island Fortress " Number 3 for more information.] [ Flaking to the gilt of the title ]
Girls Training Corps. White metal cap badge with original brooch pin and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. The GTC monogram to the centre of a lozenge shaped surround.[Formed in 1941 from members of the M.T.C. to train girls for war service. See J.MILLS excellent book "Within the Island Fortress" for more information.]
Girls Training Corps. Very scarce WW II embroidered example of the red on black oval shaped area designation, \" Girls Training Corps / 764 / Northamptonshire \" Accompanied by the rare red on black embroidered \" Lyre \" badge worn by musicians of the G.T.C. Raised during the war originally by members of the M.T.C. to train young girls to assist with the war effort and to prepare them for military service.
Girls Training Corps. Very scarce WW II embroidered in red on black battledress sleeve designation. \" Girls Training Corps / 380 / Somerset.\" Raised during the war originally by members of the M.T.C. to train young girls of pre-service age to assist with the war effort and prepare for service. { See J.Mills excellent book, \" Within the Island Fortress, No.3 WJAC,GTC,and GNTC.}
Glamorgan Imperial Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, \" G I Y \"
Glamorgan Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes above the tri-part title scroll, " Glamorgan Imperial Yeomanry "
Glamorgan Volunteer Training Corps. Scarce WW I bronzed-brass cap badge with two flat loops to the reverse. A shield bearing three chevrons to the centre of a circlet carrying the title, " Glamorgan V.T.C."
Glamorgan Yeomanry / Imperial Yeomanry. Group of officers and other ranks tunic buttons in silver plate, gilt, bronze, brass and white metal of various sizes and manufacturer. { 15 }
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Scarce white metal shoulder title, \" T / Y / Glamorgan \"
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Scarce pair of officers silver plated collar badges with a \" P \" stamp to the reverse. The Welsh Dragon.
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, \" T / Y / Glamorgan \"
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Scarce pattern bi / metal cap badge. The Prince of Wales's plumes and coronet in white metal above the tri-part title scroll.
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Scarce officers gilt pagri badge with two blades { folded into loops } worn on the red white and blue pagri flash on the early slouch hat. A Welsh Leek.
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, " Y / Glamorgan ".
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Hallmarked silver old comrades lapel badge re-affixed to a tie-pin bar. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes to the centre of a circlet bearing the title above the \" Old Comrades Association \" scroll. Reverse bears makers details for \" T & S \" and Birmingham hallmarks for 1933.
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the tri-part title scroll.
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Rare gold bullion wire officers forage cap badge worn in the 1920's. The Welsh Dragon.
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Rare officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { folded into loops } to the reverse. The Welsh Dragon, worn from 1902-1930.
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Scarce officers black / white metal single service dress collar badge. A welsh leek.
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Pair of white metal other ranks collar badges with single lug fittings to the reverse. The Welsh Dragon.
Glamorgan Yeomanry. Scarce bi / metal cap badge worn after 1908 with the " Imperial " scroll erased. The Prince of Wales's plumes above the tri-part title scroll.
Glamorganshire Cadets. Embroidered example of the white Prince of Wales\'s plumes with brown detail, red coronet and scrolls on a dark green backing.
Glamorganshire Cadets. Embroidered example of the Red and White Prince of Wales's plumes on a green backing.
Glasgow and Strathclyde- U.O.T.C. Anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Dowler Birmingham. The Patron Saint of Glasgow to the centre of an oval bearing the title within thistles and St. Andrew's Cross.
Glasgow High School- O.T.C. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the City of Glasgow to the centre of a circlet carrying the title, \" High School of Glasgow O.T.C. \"
Glasgow Highlanders { Highland Light Infantry.} King's crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. St. Andrew to the centre of the Star of the Order of the Thistle with the crown above and the sphinx below. Double scrolls bear the titles, " The Glasgow Highlanders " and " Highland Light Infantry." This pattern with the " Blunt star " is said to have been worn by the 2nd. Battalion.
Glasgow University - O.T.C. Brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. St. Mungo to the centre of an oval bearing the title with thistle sprays backed by St. Andrew\'s saltire.
Glasgow University - O.T.C. Very scarce black-brass first pattern cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the University above the tri-part furled title scroll.
Glasgow Yeomanry.{ Queen\'s Own Royal } King\'s crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Crest of Scotland within a spray of thistle.
Glasgow Yeomanry.{ Queen\'s Own Royal } King's crown officers bronze field service cap badge with two long loops to the reverse. The Royal Crest of Scotland to the centre of a strap bearing the full title surmounted by the Royal Crest.
Glasgow Yeomanry.{ Queen\'s Own Royal } Scarce king's crown brass field service cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Scottish Royal crest to the centre of a strap bearing the title surmounted by the Royal Crest.
Glider Pilot Regiment. WW II " paste-back" embroidered in dark blue on light blue shoulder title, " Glider Pilot Regt. "
Glider Pilot Regiment. Pair of white metal king's crown collar badges with single lug fitting to the reverse. The eagle to the centre of a crowned circular title scroll.
Gloucestershire Cadets. Embroidered example of the yellow sphinx and Egypt honour within a red border on a black shield.
Gloucestershire Home Guard. WW II printed shoulder designation, " Home Guard / GLS / 7 ". Worn by the 7th. [Stroud ] Battalion Gloucestershire Home Guard commanded by Lt. Col. L.Dudbridge M.C.
Gloucestershire Regiment - Territorials. Scarce black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 5th.. Territorial Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment. The sphinx upon a blank tablet within a half wreath of laurel above the title scroll.
Gloucestershire Regiment - Territorials. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse,worn by the 5th.and 6th. Territorial Battalions. The sphinx upon a blank tablet within a half-wreath of laurel above the scroll, "Gloucestershire". [ Slider has been curled to secure the badge in a cap.]
Gloucestershire Regiment - Territorials. Scarce brass other ranks " Back-badge " with slider fitting to the reverse worn by Territorial Battalions before WW I . The sphinx resting upon a blank tablet within a wreath of laurel.
Gloucestershire Regiment - Territorials. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The sphinx upon a blank tablet a half wreath of laurel and the title scroll. Worn by Officers of the Territorial Battalions of the Gloucestershire Regiment.
Gloucestershire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce black-brass field service dress cap badge with two loops and original shaped red cloth backing to the reverse. The sphinx upon a blank tablet and a scroll bearing the South Africa honour. Worn by the 2nd. Volunteer Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment.
Gloucestershire Regiment- Volunteers. Scarce white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 3rd. { Bristol } Volunteer Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a spray of laurel bearing the Arms of Bristol on a shield to the centre above the title scroll, \" 3rd. Gloucestershire Vol. \"
Gloucestershire Regiment-5th.Territorial Battalion. Officers king's crown silvered cross-belt plate with four screw bolts [two original nuts] and shaped back-plate to the reverse. The sphinx upon a blank tablet above the number "5" to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel,that carries the title,surmounted by the crown that also sits upon a blank tablet.
Gloucestershire Regiment. Brass shoulder title,T / 4 / Gloster.Worn by the 4th.Territorial [City of Bristol ] Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment.
Gloucestershire Regiment. White metal late 1890's other ranks foreign service helmet pagri badge with two loops to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a half wreath of laurel. [ Badge has staining from storage ]
Gloucestershire Regiment. Bi / metal large pattern "back-badge" with slider fitting to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a wreath of laurel. [This unique honour commemorates the Regiment's stand at the Battle of Alexandria]
Gloucestershire Regiment. Other ranks bi / metal home service helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. Designed to be worn with the universal pattern helmet plate. [Now with black cloth backing for display ]
Gloucestershire Regiment. Scarce WW I embroidered red on dark green shoulder title, " Gloucester / T 5 " Worn by the 5th. [ Gloucester ] Territorial Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment.
Gloucestershire Regiment. Bi / metal other ranks Home Service helmet plate centre with four loops and old red cloth backing to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. Designed to be worn with the Universal Pattern helmet plate.
Gloucestershire Regiment. WW II printed in red on white abbreviated pattern shoulder title, \" Gloster \" { Ends trimmed }
Gloucestershire Regiment. Officers bronze service dress " Back Badge " with two very long blades to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a wreath of laurel. [Unique Regimental Distinction of wearing badges to the front and rear of their headdress ]
Gloucestershire Regiment. Gold bullion wire embroidered examples of the officers cap badges. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a half wreath of laurel above the title scroll worn on the front of the headdress and the unique to the Regiment small badge worn on the back. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a wreath of laurel.
Gloucestershire Regiment. Scarce officers bronze service dress large pattern " Back Badge " with two blades to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a wreath of laurel. { Approx 3 cms wide }
Gloucestershire Regiment. Officers large size gilt " Back-Badge " with two loops to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a wreath of laurel.
Gloucestershire Regiment. Scarce brass shoulder title, 2 / Gloster . Worn by the 2nd. Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment in the 1890's
Gloucestershire Regiment. Pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges with three " In line " loops to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a half laurel wreath above the title scroll.
Gloucestershire Regiment. Officers service dress bronze cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a half wreath of laurel above the scroll, " Gloucestershire ".
Gloucestershire Regiment. WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a half wreath of laurel above the title scroll. [ See item 24381 for "Back " badge ]
Gloucestershire Regiment. WW II plastic economy issue " Back Badge " with two blades and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour to the centre of a laurel wreath. [ See item 24355 for "Front " badge]
Gloucestershire Regiment. WW II khaki other ranks field service cap bearing both Gloucestershire Regiment front and back badges and brass king's crown general service buttons to the front. The interior has clear date stamp for 1940 and a size of 7 1/8.
Gloucestershire Regiment. Pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a half wreath of laurel.
Gloucestershire Regiment. Scarce larger pattern brass " Back-Badge " with slider fitting to the reverse Worn between 1881 and 1914 on the foreign service helmet. The sphinx and Egypt honour to the centre of a wreath of laurel. { Approx 3 x 3 cms }
Gold Coast Defence Force- Etc. Group of sixteen brass buttons that belonged to the same officer as my other Gold Coast items listed. Thirteen medium and small with the Kudu's head. one for the " W.A.F.F and two small polished Royal Engineers cap buttons.
Gold Coast Government Railway Volunteers. White metal king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The elephant and palm tree upon the "GCGR" acronym with in a crowned wreath of palm.
Gold Coast Local Forces. Scarce pair of brass shoulder titles that have been brown coated to be non-reflective, with makers details for " W.H.Gore and Co." to the reverse. Worn only from 1939-1945. { Belonged to the same officer as my item 26478.}
Gold Coast Rifle Volunteers. White metal king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The elephant and palm tree above the title to the centre of a crowned wreath of palm.
Gold Coast Territorial Force. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting, strengthening bar to the palm tree and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The elephant and palm tree above the title scroll, "G.C.T.F.".
Gordon Boys School. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An ornamental tablet bearing the title, " Gordon " surmounted by a knight's helm within a circular furled scroll carrying the motto.
Gordon Highlanders - Volunteers. Scarce white metal cap badge with the correct three loops to the reverse worn by the 6th. { Banffshire } Volunteer Battalion Gordon Highlanders. The stag and coronet form the Arms of the Marquess of Huntly to the centre of a strap bearing the motto, " Bydand "
Gordon Highlanders - Volunteers. Scarce white metal glengarry badge with the correct three loops to the reverse worn by the 6th. {Keith} Volunteer Battalion Gordon Highlanders. The Crest of the Marquess of Huntley to the centre osf a strap bearing the motto, " Bydand" {One loop well replaced,priced accordingly}
Gordon Highlanders - Volunteers. Scarce white metal glengarry badge with two loops { pinched in } to the reverse. St. Andrew ro the centre of an oval bearing the title, " 3rd. Aberdeenshire Rifle Vol. Corps " within a wreath of thistle.
Gordon Highlanders - Volunteers. Scarce white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. { Donside Highlanders } Battalion Gordon Highlanders. A cockerel upon a torse to the centre of an oval bearing the title and motto, " Watch " within a wreath of thistle.
Gordon Highlanders - Volunteers. Scarce white metal glengarry badge with two heavy brass loops and a small shield bearing makers / owners initials, " JC " to the reverse worn by the " 4th. Aberdeenshire Rifle Volunteer Corps." A cockerel on a torse to the centre of an oval bearing the title and the motto, " Watch " within a wreath of thistle.
Gordon Highlanders. White metal plaid brooch with brooch pin [replaced?] fitting to the reverse,and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham. The Gordon's Tiger and Sphinx upon St.Andrew's Cross within a wreath and title circlet,all held by four bolts onto the outer cirle.
Gordon Highlanders. Brass shoulder title, " T / 5 / Gordon " Worn by the 5th. {Buchan and Formartin} Battalion Gordon Highlanders.
Gordon Highlanders. Scarce brass shoulder title, " T / 7 / Gordon " Worn by the 7th. {Deeside Highland} Territorial Battalion Gordon Highlanders.
Gordon Highlanders. Fine quality officers hallmarked silver glengarry badge with two loops makers details for \" T.E \" and Edinburgh hallmarks for 1939 to the reverse. A stags head in high relief above the motto \" Bydand \" within a wreath of ivy.
Gordon Highlanders. Brass shoulder title, " T / 6 / Gordon". Worn by the 6th. {Banff and Donside } Battalion Gordon Highlanders.
Gordon Highlanders. White metal cap badge with two loops and original tartan backing to the reverse. A stag's head and coronet from the Arms of the Marquess of Huntly within a wreath of ivy above the motto scroll " Bydand ". [Moth nips to tartan]
Gordon Highlanders. Brass shoulder title, T / 4 / Gordon. Worn by the 4th. [Aberdeen] Territorial Battalion Gordon Highlanders.
Gordon Highlanders. Very heavy NCO's glengarry badge with original sturdy brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The stag's head and coronet from the Arms of the Marquess of Huntly in high relief above the " Bydand " motto within a wreath of ivy. [ Probably silver plated originally ]
Gordon Highlanders. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse bearing the less-common " split-motto " scroll. A stag's head and coronet from the Arms of the Marquess of Huntly within a wreath of ivy above the motto scroll, " BY DAND "
Gordon Highlanders. Bi / metal waist belt clasp with plain loop and hook fitting a " Thistle " stamp and makers / retailers details for Kirkwood Edinburgh to the reverse. The Egypt and India honours to the centre of an arched title and thistle wreath mounted upon a saltire all on a plain background.
Great Yarmouth Volunteer Training Corps. Scarce WW I gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Fattorini Bradford to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms and motto of Great Yarmouth in various coloured enamels to the centre of an oval carrying the title, \" Gt. Yarmouth Volunteer Training Corps 1914 \"
Green Cross / Women\'s Reserve Ambulance. Rare group of items that belonged to one lady who served in WW I with the Green Cross Association, Women\'s Reserve Ambulance. A large Geneva Cross on a white shield from her nurse\'s dress two dark green tunic cuff braids, dark green on khaki rank chevrons a silk woven \" W.R A \" shoulder title and a very rare dark green on khaki musicians sleeve badge. { Items removed from old album with glue spots to the reverse }
Green Cross. Extremely rare WW I embroidered in dark green on khaki sleeve badge worn by a member of the Green Cross Organisation. A dark green maltese cross within a circle on a khaki backing. The Green Cross was formed in WW I by uniformed ladies who helped with the war effort by running canteens, helping wounded returned soldiers and providing drivers.
Green Cross. Scarce black-brass shoulder title, \" Green Cross \" and the letter, \" A \" still affixed to a dark green shoulder strap. { Slightly mothed to right side.}
Green Howards. [ Alexandra Princess of Wales's Yorkshire Regiment ] Rare brass shoulder title, Green Howards. Worn for only one year from 1920-1921.
Green Howards. { Alexandra Princess of Wales\'s Own. { Yorkshire Regiment } Pair of white on green embroidered shoulder titles, \" Green Howards \" with squared ends. { See my item 28608 for variant pattern.}
Green Howards. { Alexandra Princess of Wales\'s Own. { Yorkshire Regiment } Pair of embroidered in white on green shoulder titles with rounded ends, \" Green Howards \"
Green Howards. { Alexandra Princess of Wales\'s Own. { Yorkshire Regiment } Pair of white metal other ranks collar badges. The Dannebrog and Coronet.
Green Howards. { Alexandra Princess of Wales\'s Own. { Yorkshire Regiment } Officers 1950\'s silver plated cap badge with two long loops to the reverse. The Dannebrog surmounted by a Coronet above the title scroll, \" The Green Howards \"
Green Howards. { Alexandra Princess of Wales\'s Own. { Yorkshire Regiment } Pair of officers silver plated collar badges. The Dannebrog surmounted by the flat-topped crown.
Green Howards. { Alexandra Princess of Wales\'s Own. { Yorkshire Regiment } White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn in the early 1950\'s. The letter, \" A \" and the Dannebrog above the title scroll surmounted by a flat-topped crown.
Green Jackets Brigade. Queen's crown officers hallmarked silver cap badge with two loops makers details for " J R G & s " and Birmingham hallmarks for 1958 to the reverse. A bugle horn with strings upon a maltese cross within a laurel wreath surmounted by the crown and " Peninsula " honour tablet.
Green Jackets Training Brigade. Printed example of the Rifle Green bar with red and brown strips to each end.
Gregory & Quilter Parachute Badge. Silver and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and stamped " GQ Parachutist " to the reverse still affixed to the original Gaunt sales card. An parachutist with an opened canopy flanked by the letters " GQ " and red enamelled wings. Given by the company to those who had completed a parachute training course using their parachutes.
Gregory & Quilter. Small silvered and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A parachutist with an opened canopy flanked by a pair of red enamelled wings and the letters, " G Q ". Presented by the Company to those who had completed a parachute training coarse using their parachutes.
Grenadier Guards. Scarce king's crown Warrant Officers cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of GviR reversed and entwined mounted upon the ball of a fused grenade.
Grenadier Guards. Scarce pair of the first pattern brass shoulder titles worn by the Regiment. The separate letters " G.G " below a fused grenade complete with original shaped brass back-plate. { Grubby condition }
Grenadier Guards. Small silver and enamel lapel badge with "Silver " stamp and re-affixed buttonhole fitting to the reverse. A fused grenade above the blue enamel title scroll.
Grenadier Guards. Gilding metal GviR king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by sergeants and musicians. The cypher of GviR reversed and entwined below the king's crown upon the ball of a fused grenade.
Grenadier Guards. Scarce Warrant Officers victorian cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of Queen Victoria interlaced and reversed upon the ball of a fused grenade.
Grenadier Guards. Victorian brass small pattern foreign service pagri badge with two loops to the reverse. The " VR " cypher reversed and entwined to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap.
Grenadier Guards. Scarce WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A fused grenade.
Grenadier Guards. Scarce Warrant Officers cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of EviiR to the ball of a fused grenade.
Grenadier Guards. Superb and rare mint condition Victorian officers large size gilt and enamel foreign service helmet pagri badge with two loops and back-plate to the reverse. The cypher of Queen Victoria on a ground of red enamel to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap voided to show the blue enamel backing. [Approx 7 cms high ]
Grenadier Guards. Queen's crown bullion wire embroidered Warrant Officers large size sleeve " Colour " badge. The " EiiR " cypher on a maroon background above a pair of crossed swords surmounted by a red velvet inset crown.
Grenadier Guards. Scarce brass NCO's cap badge with two loops to the reverse The cypher of EviiR reversed and entwined to the ball of a fused grenade. [ Cypher heavily polished ]
Grenadier Guards. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A fused grenade.
Grenadier Guards. Early pattern brass cap badge with two black loops to the reverse. A fused grenade.
Grenadier Guards. King's crown brass foreign service helmet pagri badge with correct long slider fitting bearing makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap.
Grenadier Guards. WW II embroidered white on red shoulder title, " Grenadier Guards " that has been affixed to a greatcoat fastening section. { some moth nips }
Grenadier Guards. Officers gold bullion wire cap badge. A fused grenade.
Guards Armoured Division. WW II embroidered example of the white " Ever Open Eye " on a shield in Household Cavalry Colours.
Guards Machine Gun Battalion. White metal king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crowned " GMG " monogram to the centre of a circlet bearing the Guards motto and the date " 1916" upon a hob-nailed star. At the points of the star .303 rifle bullets and between each one the emblems of the five foot guards.
Gurkha Rifles. Black-brass headdress badge with two long loops to the reverse worn by the 25th. Gurkha Rifles. A pair of crossed kukri\'s above the roman numeral, \" XXV \" { Blacking mostly worn of. }
Gurkha Rifles. Jungle green officers shoulder strap slip-on bearing three embroidered rank "pips " and the title, " 9 G R "
Gurkha Rifles. Fine quality blackened silver ? headdress badge with original brooch pin fitting and makers details in a tablet to the reverse. { Approx 4 cms high.}
Gurkha Rifles. Scarce embroidered in white on dark green shoulder title, " 7th. Gurkha Rifles"
Gurkha Rifles. Large white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A pair of crossed kukri\'s. { Approx 6 cms wide } { Possibly early pattern \" 5th.\" Gurkha Rifles with number missing ?} { Light staining to front }
Gurkha Rifles. King\'s crown white metal headdress badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 5th. Royal Gurkha Rifles. A pair of crossed kukri\'s surmounted by the number, \" 5 \" and the Royal Crest. { Approx 4.5 cms high }
Gurkha Signals. Scarce white on dark blue embroidered shoulder title, " Gurkha Signals ".
Gurkha\'s. White metal headdress ? pouch ? badge with four loops to the reverse. A pair of crossed kukri\'s. { Approx 5 cms high }
H.M.S. St.Vincent. Early gold wire embroidered full length cap tally,H.M.S.St.Vincent.[With full stop] [A dreadnaught battleship with the 1st.Battle Squadron of the Home Fleet,fought in the Battle of Jutland with the 5th.Division Battle Fleet,and sold for scrap in 1921.]
Haileybury and Imperial Service College - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An opened book backed by a sword and anchor flanked by a Mural and a Naval crown to the centre of a circlet surmounted by a lion. [ Centre polished.]
Haileybury College-O.T.C. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A hart standing in water to the centre of a Garter Strap on a maltese cross and multi-rayed star above the title scroll, " Haileybury O.T.C. "
Haileybury O.T.C. Bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A Hart standing in water to the centre of a Garter Strap on a multi-rayed star and maltese cross above the title scroll.
Hampshire and Dorset District. Printed WW II example of the white figure of "Victory" and the representation of the "Needles" rocks on a blue backing. It was in this district that a large proportion of the Invasion force for D-Day was assembled.
Hampshire and Isle of Wight - Territorials. Scarce queen's crown officers sil / gilt and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose in red enamel above the title scroll, "Hampshire & Isle of Wight " between crowned laurel sprays.
Hampshire Carabineers Yeomanry. Fine example of the king\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title backed by a pair of crossed rifles with the \" Carabiniers \" title scroll across the rifle butts. { This is the scarcer \" Small Rose \" pattern.}
Hampshire Carabineers Yeomanry. Scarce king\'s crown officers gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title backed by a pair of crossed rifles with the \" Carabiniers \" scroll across the rifle butts.
Hampshire Carabineers Yeomanry. Scarce victorian officers silvered headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose surmounted by the crown.
Hampshire Carabineers Yeomanry. Scarce brass first pattern shoulder title, \" H C Y \"
Hampshire Carabiniers - Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass victorian slouch hat badge with two loops to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title, " Hampshire Yeomanry " backed by crossed rifles with the " Carabiniers " scroll across the rifle butts.
Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry Scarce white metal NCO's sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose.
Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry Scarce king's crown bronze officers service dress cap badge with two blades { folded into loops } and makers details for " J & Co. " to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title backed by a pair of crossed rifles with the " Carabiniers " scroll across the rifle butts.
Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry Scarce large size brass shoulder title, " Hants / Carabiniers " worn only from 1901-1908.
Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry Brass and enamel king's crown sweetheart brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title backed by a pair of crossed rifles carrying the " Carabiniers " scroll.
Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, " Hants / T / Carabiniers."
Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry. Superb Quality officers king's crown silver / gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for " J & Co. " to the reverse. the Hampshire Rose to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title backed by a pair of crossed rifles with the scroll, " Carabiniers " across the rifle butts.
Hampshire Carabiniers Yeomanry. Scarce king's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades {Folded into loops } to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a crowned oval strap bearing the title backed by crossed rifles with the scroll, " Carabiniers " across the rifle butts. { This is the scarcer " Small Rose patter. See my item 26436 }
Hampshire Regiment Very scarce victorian brass glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title, " 1st. Hants Battalion " on a large maltese cross. { Approx 5 x 5 cms.}
Hampshire Regiment - Militia. Scarce pair of white metal 1870\'s victorian collar badges. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a crowned voided Garter Strap on a multi-rayed star. { See also previous lot }
Hampshire Regiment - Militia. Very scarce white metal victorian 1874-1881 glengarry badge with two loops { slightly squeezed in } to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose surmounted by the crown above the scroll, \" Hampshire \" { See also next lot.}
Hampshire Regiment - Territorials. Excellent quality 6th. Territorial Battalion officers silver and enamel cap badge with two loops and makers / Retailers details for Larcom & Veysey Portsea. The red and white enamelled Hampshire Rose to the centre of a voided blue enamelled backed title strap,"Duke of Connaught's Own " within a wreath of laurel and surmounted by a coronet.
Hampshire Regiment - Territorials. Officers silver and enamel single collar badge. The Hampshire Rose in red white and green enamels to the centre of a strap bearing the title within a laurel wreath surmounted by a Ducal Coronet. Worn by the 6th. [Duke of Connaught's Own ] Battalion Hampshire Regiment.
Hampshire Regiment - Volunteers. Victorian white metal other ranks Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the 3rd. { Portsmouth } Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment. This title on a circlet with the Royal Tiger to the centre within a wreath of laurel on a multi-rayed crowned star plate.
Hampshire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 7th. Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment. A New Forrest " Dog-gauge" to the centre of a wreath of laurel carrying the title, " 4th. V.B. Hants" {Became 7th. Territorial Battalion in 1908} {Verdigris to the reverse}
Hampshire Regiment - Volunteers. Fine quality victorian officers silver and gilt Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. { Winchester } Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment. The Royal Tiger within a laurel wreath on a black velvet ground to the centre of a Garter Strap and wreath of laurel that carries double title scrolls, \" The Hampshire Regt.\" and \" 1st. Volunteer Battalion\" mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate. { Loops slightly squeezed in removed froim old display board.}
Hampshire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce white metal shoulder title, \" 3 / V B / Hants \". Worn by the 3rd. { Portsmouth } Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment.
Hampshire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" 2 / V / Hants \" worn by the 2nd. { Southampton } Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment. { Note, two different type of fittings, but have not been altered.}
Hampshire Regiment - Volunteers. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 3rd. { Portsmouth } Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, \" Duke of Connaught\'s Own \" within a wreath of laurel surmounted by a Coronet above the title scroll, \" 3rd. Vol.Battn. Hampshire Regt.\"
Hampshire Regiment - Volunteers. Pair of other ranks white metal collar badges. The Hampshire Rose and laurel wreath. [ Very close match ]
Hampshire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" V / 2 / Hants.\" Worn by the 2nd. { Southampton } Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment.
Hampshire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" V / 3 / Hants \". Worn by the 3rd. { Portsmouth } Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment.
Hampshire Regiment - Volunteers. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. {Winchester} Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment. the Royal Tiger and the Hampshire Rose to the centre of a wreath of laurel that carries the title above a small scroll, " 1st. Volr.Battn"
Hampshire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce Victorian officers home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the " 1st. Administrative Battalion Hampshire Rifle Volunteers " . This title on a strap with a strung bugle horn to the voided centre within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Hampshire Regiment- Volunteers. White metal cap badge with long slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Southampton } Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment. The Tiger and Hampshire Rose above double scrolls bearing the titles within a wreath of laurel.
Hampshire Regiment- Volunteers. Victorian white metal glengarry badge with three loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. { Winchester } Volunteer Battalion. The Royal Tiger to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " Hampshire 1st. Volr.Battn."
Hampshire Regiment-Territorials. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 6th. { Duke of Connaught\'s Own } Territorial Battalion Hampshire Regiment. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a laurel wreath surmounted by a Coronet above the scroll, \" Hampshire \"
Hampshire Regiment-Territorials. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 7th. Territorial Battalion Hampshire Regiment. A New Forrest Dog-Gauge within a wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll.
Hampshire Regiment-Territorials. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London worn by the 6th. { Duke of Connaught\'s Own } Territorial Battalion Hampshire Regiment. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel surmounted by the Ducal Coronet.
Hampshire Regiment-Territorials. Very scarce king's crown officers service dress bronze cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the 7th. Territorial Battalion Hampshire Regiment. A New Forest dog-gauge to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel bearing the title, " 7th. Bn. Hampshire Regt. "
Hampshire Regiment-Territorials. Brass shoulder title,T / 5 / Hants. Worn by the 5th. Territorial [Southampton ] Battalion Hampshire Regiment.
Hampshire Regiment-Territorials. Scarce WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 6th. {Duke of Connaught's Own} Territorial Battalion Hampshire Regiment. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a circlet bearing the title surmounted by a coronet within a wreath of laurel above the title, " Hampshire "
Hampshire Regiment-Territorials. King\'s crown chromed white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 8th. { Isle of Wight Rifles } Territorial Battalion Hampshire Regiment. The tower of Carisbrooke Castle to the centre of a circlet bearing the title to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel carrying the subsidiary title and the South Africa honour scroll. { This pattern also worn by Hampshire Cadets }
Hampshire Regiment-Territorials. Brass king\'s crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 9th. { Cyclist } Battalion Hampshire Regiment. A crowned bicycle wheel with the Hampshire Rose to the centre above the tri-part furled title scroll.
Hampshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 9 / Hants. Worn by the 9th. [ Cyclist ] Battalion [ Southampton ] The Hampshire Regiment.
Hampshire Regiment. Fine quality victorian officers silver and gilt Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. The Royal Tiger within a wreath of laurel on a black velvet ground to the centre of a Garter Strap and laurel wreath that carries the title scroll, \" The Hampshire Regt \"mounted upon a multi-rayed crowned star plate.
Hampshire Regiment. Fine quality officers king's crown silver / gilt Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. The Royal Tiger within a laurel wreath circle on a black cloth ground to the centre of a Garter Strap and wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star back-plate. [ Title scroll bears makers details for " J & Co. " ]
Hampshire Regiment. Scarce officers silver gilt and enamel Victorian forage cap badge with brooch pin fitting and original backing plate bearing the engraving, \" M.L.V. 1892 \" to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose in red and green enamel to the centre of a voided Garter Strap mounted upon a multi-faceted rayed star surmounted by the flat-topped Victorian crown.
Hampshire Regiment. Rare WW I embroidered \" Royal Tiger \" in yellow on a khaki backing worn by the 1st. Battalion Hampshire Regiment.
Hampshire Regiment. WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. the Royal Tiger and the Hampshire Rose to the centre of a wreath of laurel bearing the title scroll, \" Hampshire \"
Hampshire Regiment. Scarce WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse in silver colour rather than the normal bronze. The Royal Tiger and the Hampshire Rose within a laurel wreath bearing the title scroll.
Hampshire Regiment. WW I white on khaki embroidered shoulder strap slip-on, " Hants " with canvas loop to the reverse. { Mothed to the edges,priced accordingly. }
Hampshire Regiment. Superb quality officers silver gilt and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose in red enamel to the centre of a voided Garter Strap backed with blue enamel above the " Hampshire " title scroll surmounted by a red velvet inset crown all mounted upon a multi-faceted star.{ Finish is much brighter that picture shows }
Hampshire Regiment. Rare victorian officers un-marked silver foreign service helmet pagri badge with original heavy brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The \" HR \" cypher above the Hampshire Rose surmounted by the victorian crown. { Approx 6.5 cms high.}
Hampshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 7 / Hants. Worn by the 7th. [Bournemouth ] Territorial Battalion Hampshire Regiment.
Hampshire Regiment. WW I embroidered white on khaki shoulder strap slip-on," Hants " with canvas tape to the reverse.
Hampshire Regiment. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades and makers details for " J & Co, " to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap on a multi-rayed star bearing the title scroll, " Hampshire "
Hampshire Regiment. Small brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn on the field-service cap. A Tiger on ground.
Hampshire Regiment. Brass other ranks Home Service helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. The Royal Tiger to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Hampshire " Designed to be worn with the universal pattern helmet plate.
Hampshire Regiment. Black- brass shoulder title, T / 8 / Hants. Worn by the 8th. { Isle of Wight Rifles } Territorial Battalion Hampshire Regiment. { Originally blackened - front now brass. }
Hampshire Regiment. Very scarce WW II embroidered in golden yellow on black shoulder title, " The Hampshire Regt. / Royal Jersey." Worn by the 11th. Battalion Hampshire Regiment.
Hampshire Regiment. Large brass foreign service helmet pagri badge with two black loops to the reverse. The Royal Tiger and the Hampshire Rose within a wreath of laurel bearing the \" Hampshire \" title surmounted by an Imperial Crown. { Technically incorrect, as the Regiment was not \" Royal \" until 1946 }
Hampshire Regiment. ( Territorials ) King's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 8th. { Isle of Wight Rifles } Territorial Battalion Hampshire Regiment. The Tower of Carisbrooke Castle to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a crowned laurel wreath that bears the South Africa honour scroll and subsidiary title, " Princess Beatrice's "
Hampshire Regiment. ( Territorials ) Fine quality gilt and enamel sweetheart or old comrades brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose in red and white enamel to the centre of a crowned bicycle wheel above the tri-part red white and blue title scroll, " Hampshire Cyclist Battalion "
Hampshire Regiment. ( Territorials ) Brass and enamel king's crown old comrades lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and patent number to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose in red enamel to the centre of a crowned bicycle wheel above the tri-part blue enamel scroll, " Hampshire Cyclist Battalion ".
Hampshire Rifle Volunteers. Scarce white metal victorian other ranks home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. Administration Battalion Hampshire Rifle Volunteers. A bugle horn with strings to the centre of a voided strap bearing the title within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate. { Formed at Winchester in 1860 and redesignated " 1st. Volunteer Battalion" in 1885}
Hampshire Rifle Volunteers. White metal Victorian other ranks helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. The Arms of Southampton to the centre of a strap bearing the title, " Hampshire Rifle Volunteers" within a wreath of laurel on a multi-rayed star plate surmounted by the crown.
Hampstead Volunteer Training Corps. Scarce WW I bronze cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of Hampstead to the centre of crossed rifles a circlet bearing the title, " Central Association V.T.C. " and the motto scrolls within a wreath of oak surmounted by the crown.
Hanover District. Woven example of the " White Horse of Hanover " on a red shield.
Harrow County School. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An upright sword bearing the \" H C S \" monogram and the furled motto scroll, \" Virtus Non Stemma \"
Harrow School. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. Crossed arrows with a loop of ribbon to the centre of a wreath of laurel bearing the titles, " Harrow Rifles " and " Decr.30 1859 "
Headquarters - Southern Command. Scarce WW II printed example of the red and white squares worn at the Southern Command Headquarters
Headquarters Middle East Land Forces. Printed example of the crowned yellow lion on a red and blue shield.
Heavy Cavalry & Cambrai Band. Queen's crown new metal bi / metal bandsman's badge with two loops to the reverse. A WWI style tank backed by a crossed sword and rifle upon a crowned musician's lyre with double scrolls bearing the titles.
Helmet Plate. Victorian other ranks brass home service helmet plate with two loops to the reverse. A wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star with voided centre designed to take the universal Infantry helmet plate centre.
Her Majesty's Reserve Regiment of Dragoon Guards. Scarce Victorian brass cap badge with three loops to the reverse. The letters " HMRR " above the title scroll, " Dragoon Guards " surmounted by the crown.
Her Majesty's Reserve Regiment of Lancers. Victorian bi / metal cap badge with four loops to the reverse. The letters " RR " a Victorian crown and the title scroll, " Lancers " between a pair of crossed cavalry lances
Her Majesty's Reserve Regiments. Brass Victorian cap badge with two loops to the reverse. Worn by the Royal Home Counties Reserve Regiment during the South African War. The Royal Arms.
Her Majesty's Reserve Regiments. Brass shoulder title worn by the Reserve Regiments raised for the Boer War. The letters " HMRR " in script form above the title " Hussars " [ One loop possibly replaced a long time ago ]
Her Majesty's Reserve Regiments. Brass shoulder title worn by the Reserve Regiments raised for the Boer War. The letters " HMRR " in script form above the title " Dragoon Guards ".
Her Majesty\'s Reserve Regiment of Hussars. Mint condition victorian brass cap badge with three loops to the reverse worn by the Boer War raised Cavalry Reserve Regiments. The crowned " H M R R " cypher above the title scroll, " Hussars "
Her Majesty\'s Reserve Regiment of Lancers. Victorian bi / metal cap badge with four loops to the reverse. The letters, " R R " and the title scroll, " Lancers " surmounted by the crown and backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances.
Her Majesty\'s Reserve Regiments-Dragoons. Victorian brass cap badge with three loops to the reverse worn by the Reserve Cavalry Regiments raised for the Boer War. The \" HMRR \" monogram in script style above the title, \" Dragoons \" surmounted by the crown.
Her Majesty\'s Reserve Regiments-Hussars. Scarce victorian brass cap badge with three loops to the reverse worn by the Boer War raised Reserve Cavalry Regiments. The \" HMRR \" cypher surmounted by the crown above the title scroll, \" Hussars \" { Appears to be an officers gilt example with the gilt cleaned down to brass.}
Her Majesty\'s Reserve Regiments. Scarce brass officers pattern shoulder title, " HMRR / Dragoon Guards " { Note difference in quality and scroll pattern from other ranks example - my item 24300 }
Her Majesty\'s Reserve Regiments. Brass shoulder title worn by the Reserve Regiments raised for the Boer War. " HMRR " in script form above the title, " Dragoons."
Herefordshire Cadets. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. [Stamped with the number "15" ] The lion upon a torse above the title scroll.
Herefordshire Light Infantry. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A lion holding a dagger upon the motto tablet " Manu Forti " and a bugle horn.
Herefordshire Militia. Rare victorian officers silvered home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. A lion holding a dagger on a black velvet ground to the centre of a strap bearing the title, " Herefordshire Militia " within a wreath of laurel mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate. { Finish much brighter than picture shows }
Herefordshire Regiment - Territorials. Pair of bronze officers service dress collar badges with three loops to the reverse of each. { One absent from one collar } A lion holding a dagger on a torse above the scroll, \" Herefordshire \"
Herefordshire Regiment - Territorials. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A lion on a torse holding a dagger above the scroll, " Herefordshire "
Herefordshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title,T / Herefordshire.
Herefordshire Regiment. Pair of officers silvered collar badges with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse of one of them. A lion upon a torse above the title scroll.
Herefordshire Regiment. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Arms of the City of Hereford above the title scroll, " Herefordshire ".
Herefordshire Regiment. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the pale green lion on a torse with a khaki backing. Worn by the 1st. Battalion in the 53rd. Infantry Division. { Paper spots to the reverse }
Hertfordshire Cadets. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A stag upon ground above the furled scroll, \" Herts Cadets \". Worn by the 6th. Hertfordshire Cadets. { Watford Grammar School.}
Hertfordshire Cadets. Embroidered example of the yellow stag in a stream within a red triangle on a blue triangular backing.
Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry. Rare brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. A Hart standing in water above the furled scroll, \" Hertfordshire \" and the letters, \" I Y \" within a large brass circlet.
Hertfordshire Militia. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A Hart standing in water to the centre of Garter Strap. on a maltese cross and multi-rayed star above the title scroll, " Hertfordshire ". [ One loop repaired ]
Hertfordshire Regiment. King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A seated stag to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.[ Item 23531 for variant pattern ]
Hertfordshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, " T / Herts "
Hertfordshire Regiment. Scarce WW II black on khaki embroidered shoulder strap slip-on, " Herts " with canvas loop to the reverse.
Hertfordshire Regiment. King's crown brass cap badge with " hairpin " slider tot the reverse. A Hart seated in water to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title. [ This is the " Wide-Antler " pattern.] [ Item 22281 for variant pattern]
Hertfordshire Regiment. King's crown bronze officers service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A Hart resting in water to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
Hertfordshire Rifle Volunteers. Fine quality victorian officers home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. A standing stag on a plain domed background to the centre of a strap bearing the title within a wreath of laurel mounted upon a multi-rayed crowned star back-plate. { Plate is in \" as found-uncleaned \" condition.}
Hertfordshire Volunteer Regiment. Bronze cap with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the WW I raised Hertfordshire Volunteer Regiment V.T.C. A resting stag above the scroll, "Herts V.R.".
Hertfordshire Volunteers. Brass shoulder title complete with original shaped backing plate,VR / Herts. Worn by the WW I raised Hertfordshire Volunteer Regiment. [Volunteer Training Corps]
Hertfordshire Yeomanry. Scarce pair of officers service dress bronze collar badges with three loops to the reverse of each. A Hart standing in water.
Highland Brigade. Scarce officers frosted silver plate cap badge with three loops to the reverse. A stag's head in relief above the motto scroll mounted upon a saltire
Highland Cyclist Battalion. Scarce brass shoulder title, " T / Highland / Cyclist." Originally designated 8th. {Cyclist} Battalion Black Watch in 1908 the title changed by 1909 to Highland Cyclist Battalion.
Highland Cyclist Battalion. Scarce WW I white metal glengarry badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Star of the Order of the Thistle bearing double scrolls carrying the titles, \" Highland Cyclist \" and \" Battalion T.F.\"
Highland Cyclist Battalion. Brass shoulder title, \" T / Highland / Cyclists \". Originally formed as 8th. { Cyclist } Battalion The Black Watch, but redesignated \" Highland Cyclist Battalion \" in 1909. { Title is detached on the right hand side where the \" D \" meets the \" S \" priced accordingly }
Highland Cyclist Battalion.. Scarce brass shoulder title, " T / HCB. " [ One loop absent ]
Highland Light Infantry - Volunteers. Victorian white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 10th. Lanarkshire { Glasgow Highlanders } Rifle Volunteers. St. Andrew on the Star of the Order of the Thistle with double scrolls bearing the titles.
Highland Light Infantry - Volunteers. Scarce white metal victorian glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 5th. { Glasgow Highlanders } Volunteer Battalion Highland Light Infantry. St. Andrew and the Star of the Order of the Thistle bearing double scrolls carrying the titles.
Highland Light Infantry- Volunteers. Scarce king\'s crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Glasgow } Volunteer Battalion Highland Light Infantry. The \" HLI \" monogram within a curled bugle horn above the South Africa honour the elephant and \" 2nd. Voln. Battn. \" scroll upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle
Highland Light Infantry- Volunteers. Scarce white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the First Volunteer Battalion { City of Glasgow } Highland Light Infantry. The \" HLI \" monogram to the centre of a curled bugle horn on the Star of the Order of the Thistle with the crown above and the elephant and scroll, \" 1.V.B. \" below.
Highland Light Infantry. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" T 9 / Bugle / HLI \" Worn by the 9th. { Glasgow Highland } Territorial Battalion Highland Light Infantry.
Highland Light Infantry. King's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The "HLI" monogram to the centre of a coiled bugle horn with the crown above and the elephant and "Long Motto " scroll below on the Star of the Order of the Thistle.
Highland Light Infantry. WW II plastic economy issue king's crown cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The "HLI " monogram to the centre of a curled bugle horn with the crown,elephant and "Assaye" honour upon the Star of the order of the Thistle.
Highland Light Infantry. Fine quality officers king's crown multi -piece construction silver / gilt glengarry badge with two loops makers / retailers details for Anderson Edinburgh and three original tartan cloth backings to the reverse. The "HLI " monogram within a curled bugle horn above the elephant and honour scroll surmounted by the crown all mounted upon the Order of the Thistle.
Highland Light Infantry. King\'s crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The \" HLI \" monogram within a curled bugle horn above the honour scroll and the elephant surmounted by the crown on the Star of the Order of the Thistle.
Highland Light Infantry. King's crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 9th. Glasgow Highlanders Territorial Battalion Highland Light Infantry. St. Andrew upon the Order of the Thistle with double scrolls bearing the titles. [ Large thistles pattern, variant to my item 23963 ]
Highland Light Infantry. Victorian officers / NCO's multi-piece construction glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The " HLI " monogram to the centre of a curled bugle horn above the elephant and motto scroll surmounted by the flat-topped crown all mounted upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle.
Highland Light Infantry. Superb set of hallmarked silver items worn on the Broderick belt of a H.L.I. piper. A curled bugle horn with the old " Foot " number " 71 " to the centre on the Star of the Order of the Thistle worn above a large silver buckle a " Belt-slide " and " Belt-tip " All four items bear Edinburgh hallmarks for the 1920's, " Wilson & Sharpe " makers details and " 1st. H.L.I. Regimental property " { Pictured on cardboard to show how worn }
Highland Light Infantry. Victorian white metal glengarry badge with two long loops to the reverse. The Star of the Order of the Thistle bearing the " HLI " monogram to the centre of a curled bugle horn above the elephant and " Assaye " honour scroll surmounted by an Imperial Crown.
Highland Light Infantry. Victorian officers / NCO's multi-piece construction glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The " HLI " monogram to the centre of a curled bugle horn above the elephant and " Assaye " honour scroll surmounted by an Imperial Crown all mounted upn the Star of the Order of the Thistle.
Highland Light Infantry.- Territorials, King\'s crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 5th.7th and 8th.Territorial Battalions Highland Light Infantry. The \" HLI \" monogram to the centre of a curled bugle horn surmounted by the crown with the elephant and long blank title scroll below all on the Star of the Order of the Thistle.
Highland Light Infantry.- Territorials, King\'s crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 9th. { Glasgow Highlanders } Territorial Battalion Highland Light Infantry. The Star of the Order of the Thistle with double scrolls bearing the titles, \" Glasgow Highlanders \" and \" 9th. Batn. H.L.I.\" { Staining to the reverse, removed from old leather belt.}
Highland Light Infantry.- Territorials. King's crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Glasgow Highlanders Battalion Highland Light Infantry. St. Andrew upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle bearing double scrolls carrying the full titles.
Highland Regiment. Scarce WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, "Highland " with two canvas loops to the reverse. Raised in 1942 as a Young Soldiers Training Battalion and disbanded within one year.
Highland Regiment. Rare WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. A saltire bearing a pair of crossed claymore\'s and a Highland Targe to the centre of a strap bearing the title.
Highland Regiment. Scarce white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. A pair of crossed broadswords and a targe upon a saltire within a strap bearing the title, " Highland Regiment." { Raised in 1942 and disbanded within two years. }
Highland Rifle Militia. Scarce white metal victorian 1868-1881 glengarry badge with two black loops { Top loop bent downwards } to the reverse worn by the \" Ross, Caithness, Sutherland, Cromarty, { Highland Rifle Militia.} A chevron and a bugle horn within a crowned heart shape. { Became 3rd. Battalion Seaforth Highlanders in 1881.}
His Majesty's Coast Guard. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The "CG" monogram to the centre of a roped oval surmounted by the crown.
HMS Cochrane. Hall-marked silver sweetheart badge with brooch pin fitting makers details for "F.H.M " and Birmingham hall-marks for 1913 to the reverse. A fouled anchor and rope bearing the ship's name. [HMS Cochrane was a Duke of Edinburgh class cruiser launched in 1905 and broken up after becoming stranded in 1918.]
Home Front. Scarce WW II chrome and enamel lapel badge with pin fitting individual issue number and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. The company monogram, \" T M C \" { Or combination thereof } in red enamel on a blue enamel circlet bearing the title, \" For Continuing Production During Air Raids \"
Home Guard - Berkshire. WW II embroidered and printed shoulder designation, Home Guard / BRX / 11. Worn by the 11th. [ Crowthorne ] Battalion Berkshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. F.B.Abbot DSO. [ Paper stuck to reverse,removed from old album ]
Home Guard - Buckinghamshire. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the white number " 7 " on a black circular backing. Worn by " E " Company {High Wycombe} Buckinghamshire Home Guard below the normal " BUX " shoulder designation.
Home Guard - Cambridgeshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, " CAM / 6 ". Worn by the 6th. [ 34 GPO Cambridge ] Battalion Cambridgeshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. W.E.T.Andrews
Home Guard - Cambridgeshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, Home Guard / CAM / 7. Worn by the 7th. [Mobile Battalion ] Cambridge,commanded by Lt.Col. D.Mackenzie.
Home Guard - Carmarthenshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, " 4 / CRM ". Worn by the 4th. { Llandilo } Battalion Carmarthenshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. C.Joynson. { Paper stuck to reverse.}
Home Guard - Cheshire. WW II printed shoulder designation " CH / 20 " . Worn by the 20th. { Great Sutton } Battalion Cheshire Home Guard, commanded by Lt.Col. A.O.Roberts.
Home Guard - Cornwall. Scarce WW II printed example of the red number " 13 " within a horseshoe on a dark green backing. Worn by the 13th. { Bodmin } Battalion Cornwall Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. G.C.Wycisk OBE TD.{ Paper stuck to reverse, removed from old album }
Home Guard - Cornwall. WW II embroidered example of the black Cornish Chough on a yellow background, worn by the 11th. { Newquay } Battalion Cornwall Home Guard . Commanded by Lt.Col. Holman OBE. { Sign in grubby condition with moth holes, priced accordingly .}
Home Guard - Cornwall. WW II printed example of the black double-headed eagle above the number " 7 " on a yellow triangular background. Worn by the 7th. { Falmouth } Battalion Cornwall Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. L.C Thuillier. { Old glue spots and inked notation to the reverse }
Home Guard - Cornwall. Scarce WW II printed example of the black depiction of " Land's End " on a red background. Worn by the 12th. { Land's End -Penzance } Battalion Cornwall Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col, The Lord St. Levan. { Edges cut close and glue marks to the reverse. }
Home Guard - Cornwall. Scarce WW II printed unissued example of the light blue knight's helm surmounted by a yellow coronet on a black background. Worn by the 2nd. { Delabole } { Coastal } Battalion Cornwall Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. W.J.Williams OBE.
Home Guard - Cornwall. Scarce WW II printed in white on green designation worn by the 9th. { Camborne } Battalion Cornwall Home Guard. The number " 9 " on a shield bearing 15 Bezants. Commanded by Lt.Col. C.A.Whitworth O.B.E. { Fold line to the centre }
Home Guard - Devonshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, " Home Guard / DVN / 7 " Worn by the 7th. [Okehampton ] Battalion Devonshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. H.S.Blockey.
Home Guard - Dumbarton. WW II printed example of the stag's head and motto scroll on a yellow backing. Worn by the Luss Detachment 1st. Battalion Dumbarton Home Guard.
Home Guard - Essex. WW II printed shoulder designation, " Home Guard / ESX / 19 " Worn by the 19th. [Grays ] Battalion Essex Home Guard commanded by Lt. Col. W.R.McLaughlin OBE.
Home Guard - Gloucestershire. WW II printed shoulder designation, " Home Guard / GLS / 13 " Worn by the 13th. [City of Bristol ] Battalion Gloucestershire Home Guard commanded by Lt.Col. G.Simpson OBE.
Home Guard - Gloucestershire. WW II printed shoulder designation, " Home Guard / GLS / 8 " Worn by the 8th. { Dursley } Battalion Gloucestershire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. J.D.Davidson.
Home Guard - Gloucestershire. Scarce set of WW II insignia worn by the " 103 Gloucestershire Home Guard Anti-Aircraft Rocket Battery ", based in Bristol and commanded by Major C.W.B.Colling. The designation " GLS / 103 " above the black on red "bow and arrow " Anti-Aircraft sign above Corporal's chevrons.
Home Guard - Gloucestershire. WW II printed shoulder designation " GLS / 1 " . Worn by the 1st. Gloucestershire [Cheltenham ] Battalion Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. E.F.Eager.
Home Guard - Huntingdonshire. Scarce WW II printed shoulder designation," Home Guard / HDS / 2 " Worn by the 2nd. Battalion [ St. Ives ] Huntingdonshire Home Guard commanded by Lt.Col. W.E.Wilson DSO.
Home Guard - Isle of Man. Very scarce WW II printed shoulder designation, " IOM / 2. ". Worn by the 2nd. [Douglas ] Battalion Isle of Man Home Guard,commanded by Lt. Col. G.W.Howie.
Home Guard - Kent. Embroidered in white on red backing second phase shoulder designation, " Kent / 12 ".
Home Guard - Lancashire. WW II embroidered in black on khaki shoulder title, " Home Guard " Worn by Lancashire Home Guard units who wore different coloured titles depending on the units location.
Home Guard - Lancashire. WW II embroidered in green on khaki shoulder title, " Home Guard " Worn by Lancashire Home Guard units who wore different coloured titles depending on location.
Home Guard - Leicestershire. WW II printed shoulder designation " Home Guard / LEI / 2 " Worn by the South Leicester Battalion Leicestershire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. T.W.Pares MC.
Home Guard - Malaya. White metal and enamel cap badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Malaysian Flag to the centre of a strap bearing " Jawatan Perkhidmatan " within a wreath of laurel carrying the " National Service " and " Home Guard " scrolls. [ Flag with slight enamel damage ]
Home Guard - Middlesex. WW II printed shoulder designation, Home Guard / MX / 7. Worn by the 7th. Middlesex [ Acton ] Battalion Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. A.B.Walters.
Home Guard - Northamptonshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, Home Guard / NN / 11. Worn by the 11th. [ Hardingstone ] Battalion Northamptonshire Home Guard,commanded by Lt. Col. W.J.Penn.
Home Guard - Northern Ireland. Scarce WW II shoulder designation, \" Home Guard / Belfast \" Worn by one of the four Belfast Battalion of the Ulster Home Guard.
Home Guard - Northern Ireland. Rare WW II embroidered in orange / yellow on khaki shoulder designation, \" Ulster Home Guard / Armagh \". Worn by one of the four Ulster Battalions raised in Armagh.
Home Guard - Northern Ireland. Scarce WW II embroidered in orange / yellow on khaki shoulder designation, \" Ulster Home Guard / Down \". Worn by one of the four Battalions in County Down. { Slight staining to the letters, \" DO \" }
Home Guard - Northern Ireland. Scarce WW II embroidered in yellow on khaki shoulder title, " Ulster Home Guard "
Home Guard - Northern Ireland. Scarce WW II embroidered in orange/yellow on khaki shoulder designation, \" Home Guard / L\' Derry County \" County Londonderry had three Home Guard Battalions, Limavady, Garvagh, and Magherafelt.
Home Guard - Northumberland. WW II printed shoulder designation,ND / 11. Worn by the 11th. Northumberland [West Newcastle ] Battalion Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. E.K.Clifford.
Home Guard - Oxfordshire. Extremely scarce embroidered in white on red \" Second Phase \" shoulder title, \" Oxfordshire / 5 .\" { Paper spots to the reverse.}
Home Guard - Oxfordshire. WW II printed shoulder designation Home Guard / OXF / 2. Worn by the 2nd. Oxfordshire [ Bicester ] Battalion Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. Sir Algernon T. Peyton Bt.
Home Guard - Oxfordshire. Scarce WW II printed designation, \" Home Guard / OXF / 4 \" Worn by the 4th. { Bullingdon } Battalion Oxfordshire Home Guard, commanded by Lt.Col. A.V.Spencer D.S.O.
Home Guard - Oxfordshire. Scarce WW II printed shoulder designation, \" Home Guard / OXF/ 1 \" Worn by the First { Banbury } Battalion Oxfordshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. H.T.Lefreaux OBE MC.
Home Guard - Somerset. Very scarce WW II printed shoulder designation still affixed to a section of battledress material, " Home Guard / 7 / SOM. " Worn by the 7th. { Long Ashton } Battalion Somerset Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. Sir Hugh J. Tweedie KCB.
Home Guard - Surrey. WW II printed shoulder designation, " S Y / 5 1 ". Worn by the 51st. { Malden } Battalion Surrey Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. N.H.H.Ralston OBE.
Home Guard - Ulster. Scarce WW II brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and individual issue number to the reverse. The " U.H.G. " monogram on a green enamel ground surmounted by a red enamel inset crown. [ Blu-tac stains to reverse of crown ]
Home Guard - Ulster. King's crown black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The crowned harp of Erin. { Same badge as worn by the Royal Ulster Constabulary.}
Home Guard - Warwickshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, " WAR / 47 ". Worn by the 47th. [Birmingham ] [ 24th. G.P.O ] Battalion Warwickshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. W.C.Jacobs DCM.
Home Guard - Wiltshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, " Home Guard / WTS / 7 " Worn by the 7th. {Salisbury} Battalion Wiltshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. G.F.H.Brooke CB DSO MC.
Home Guard - Yorkshire WW II printed example of the shoulder designation, " ER / 102." Worn by the East Riding Home Guard [ 102 Anti-Aircraft Rocket Battery ] stationed in Hull and commanded by Maj. L.Harvey MBE MM.
Home Guard - Yorkshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, " Home Guard / NRY / 1 " Worn by the 1st. North Riding { Northallerton } Battalion North Riding of Yorkshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. H.Green OBE MC.
Home Guard - Yorkshire. WW II printed example of the shoulder designation, NRY / 7. Worn by the 7th.North Riding [ Malton ] Battalion Yorkshire Home Guard, commanded by Lt.Col. V.H.Holt MC.
Home Guard - Yorkshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, NRY / 12. Worn by the 12th. Battalion [Gilling ] North Riding of Yorkshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. Sir Richard A, Pease Bt.
Home Guard- 1st. American Squadron. WW II gilt cap badge with screw bolt and two small spike fittings, indistinct makers details and original owners scratched name { Feltman } to the reverse. The normal American Army officers cap badge lacking the constellation usually found above the eagle\'s head. 1st. American Squadron { St. James\'s } Commanded by Lt. Col. Wade H. Haynes OBE.
Home Guard- Angus. Scarce WW II set of printed shoulder designations, " Home Guard / ANG / 1 " worn above a single rank chevron by the 1st. Battalion Brechin Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. The Earl of Dalhousie.
Home Guard- Auxiliaries. WW II plastic economy issue cap / lapel badge with original brooch pin fitting and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. The letters " HG " to the centre of a circlet bearing a laurel wreath. Worn by Women Home Guard Auxiliaries on the beret forage cap or lapel of a jacket or blouse.
Home Guard- Carmarthenshire. WW II mint unissued printed shoulder designation, " CRM / 1 ". Worn by the 1st. {Carmarthen} Battalion Carmarthenshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. D.M.David.
Home Guard- Durham. Scarce WW II shoulder designation, \" Home Guard / DHM / 101 \". Worn by { 101 County of Durham } Home Guard Anti-Aircraft Rocket Battery South Shields. Commanded by Maj. W.M Patterson MBE.
Home Guard- Gloucestershire. WW II printed shoulder designation, GLS / 5. Worn by the 5th. Gloucester Battalion Gloucestershire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. W.A.Devenport DSO OBE MC.
Home Guard- Hampshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, " H / 25 ". Worn by the 25th. [ Rotherwick ] Battalion Hampshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. W.T.Brooks. MC.
Home Guard- Hampshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, " Home Guard / H / 25 " Worn by the 25th. { Rotherwick } Battalion Hampshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. W.T.Brookes MC.
Home Guard- Herefordshire. WW II printed shoulder designation, " HFD / 5 " still affixed to a section of battledress material worn by the 5th. { Ledbury } Battalion Herefordshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col..J.W.H.Toynbee M.C.
Home Guard- Hertfordshire WW II printed shoulder designation, " H T S / 1 ". Worn by the 1st. { Much Hadham } Battalion Hertfordshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. J.V.Hughes-Hallett.
Home Guard- Scottish Border. Very Scarce WW II printed shoulder designation, \" Home Guard / SB / 1 \" Worn by the 1st. Battalion { Roxburghshire } Scottish Border Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. B. Montgomery.
Home Guard- Somerset. WW II printed shoulder designation, " Home Guard / SOM / 3 " . Worn by the 3rd. [ Yeovil ] Battalion Somerset Home Guard commanded by Lt. Col. G.H.A.Ing.CMG DSO. [ Removed from a display frame the items have paper stuck to reverse and the number " 3 " has been trimmed around the edges ]
Home Guard- Staffordshire. WW II printed sleeve designation, " Home Guard / NS / 3 " Worn by the 3rd. [ Longton ] Battalion North Staffordshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. V.B.Shelly.
Home Guard- West Riding of Yorkshire. WW II printed and embroidered sleeve designation consisting of, \" Home Guard / WR / 6 \" above Corporals chevrons, above a red proficiency diamond. Worn by the 6th. { Harrogate } Battalion West Riding Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. H.H Aykroyd. OBE MC TD. { Proficiency badge with moth nips }
Home Guard- Yorkshire. WW II printed example of the shoulder designation, " W R / 17 " Worn by the 17th.Battalion { 18 GPO } { Leeds } West Riding of Yorkshire Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. A.J.Bayly.
Home Guard-City of London. WW II printed shoulder designation, \" Home Guard / COL / 11.\" Worn by the 11th. { Dagenham } Battalion City of London Home Guard . Commanded by Lt.Col. F.S.Thirsk. MC.
Home Guard-Essex. WW II printed shoulder designation, \" Home Guard / ESX / 12 \" Worn by the 12th. { Stanstead } Battalion Essex Home Guard. Commanded by Lt. Col. T, Slingsby MC.
Home Guard-Manchester. Scarce WW II embroidered and printed shoulder designation, " Home Guard / MAN / 71." Worn by the 71st. {Eccles} Heavy Anti-Aircraft Battalion Manchester Home Guard. Commanded by Major C.F.Morgan MBE MC TD. {Different coloured shoulder titles were worn by Lancashire Home Guard Units} {Slight stain to the number}
Home Guard. WW II embroidered shoulder title, Home Guard, in red on khaki. [ Home Guard units in Lancashire wore different coloured titles depending on location ] [ Paper spots to reverse ]
Home Guard. WW II printed black on khaki, " Home / Guard " identification armlet issued to be over-stitched to the earlier " L.D.V. " armbands [ To save material ] after the name change to " Home Guard ".
Home Guard. WW II black printed on khaki armband, " Home / Guard". Worn after 1940 when the name was changed from, " Local defence Volunteers" {Grubby condition with sticky tape residue to the reverse}
Home Guard. Two WW II king's crown lapel badges both with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. " HG " on blue enamel surmounted by a red enamel inset crown, and "HG" to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap. Worn by serving members whilst not in uniform.
Home Guard. Scarce WW II gilt and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse, worn by members the Women\'s Home Defence League. It was decided in 1941 to admit women into the Home Guard to be taught basic weapon training and various military skills. A shield outlined in yellow enamel bearing the \" W H D \" monogram and a pair of crossed rifles and a pistol on a brown enamel backing.
Home Guard. Pair of WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-ons with canvas loop to the reverse, \" H.G. \"
Home Guard. Two [ not a pair ] variations of the WW II black embroidered on khaki shoulder strap slip-ons, " H.G " with canvas loops to the reverse. [ One with paper stuck to it ]
Home Guard. Brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. The full title, " Home Guard " on a ground of blue enamel surmounted by a red enamel inset king's crown.
Home Guard. Rare chromed king's crown cap badge with long slider fitting to the reverse worn by the Palace of Westminster Home Guard during the Second 1950's Phase. The crowned portcullis from the Arms of Westminster above double scrolls bearing the titles, " Home Guard " and " Palace of Westminster "
Home Guard. Scarce WW II printed sleeve badge worn by Home Guard members qualified in Bomb Disposal. A pair of crossed aerial bombs in yellow on a red circular backing.
Home Guard. WW II embroidered in blue on khaki shoulder title, " Home Guard " Worn by Home Guard units in Lancashire who wore different coloured titles depending on location.
Home Guard. Pair of WW II printed pale yellow on khaki shoulder titles, " Home Guard "
Home Guard. Pair of WW II printed in white on khaki shoulder titles, " Home Guard "
Hong Kong - Volunteer Corps. Rare white metal king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Royal Arms to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel above the motto scroll, "Nulli Secundus In Oriente ".
Hong Kong - Volunteer Defence Corps. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. A pair of Chinese Dragons upon the tri-part motto scroll surmounted by the crown.
Hong Kong - Volunteer Defence Force. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. A pair of Chinese Dragons standing upon the motto scroll and surmounted by the crown.
Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The " HKAAF " cypher to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel.
Hong Kong Regiment. Rare bi /metal shoulder title, "HKR" on a crescent shaped backing. Worn only from 1891-1902. [See B.Renfrew's book on Colonial Badges for more information ]
Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps. Rare king's crown officers bronze helmet badge with original brooch pin fitting and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. Two entwined "Chinese " Dragons surmounted by the crown. [Worn only from 1920-1929.See Renfrew's book on "British Colonial Badges " for more information.]
Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps. Excellent quality white metal king's crown officers helmet badge with original brooch pin fitting and full makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. Two entwined " China Dragons " surmounted by the crown.
Honorary Chaplain to the King. Scarce hallmarked silver and enamel scarf badge with original brooch pin fitting indistinct makers mark and Birmingham hallmarks for 1947 to the reverse. The red and blue enamel cypher of GviR to the centre of a wreath on laurel.
Honorary Chaplain to the King. Scarce king's crown unmarked silver-plated scarf badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a wreath of laurel and oak.
Honourable Artillery Company. Brass queen's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. An old style field-gun with mounted wheel,with the crown upon the "H.A.C." scroll above and the motto scroll "Arma Pacis Fulcra" below.
Honourable Artillery Company. Brass other ranks cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse,worn by the Infantry section of the H.A.C. Fused grenade with the HAC monogram in script on the ball.
Honourable Artillery Company. Brass other ranks 1879 pattern large busby grenade with two loops to the reverse. The HAC cypher to the centre of a rope circle upon the ball of a fused grenade. [Approx 9cms in height]
Honourable Artillery Company. Pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges. A fused grenade above the title scroll, " H.A.C. ".
Honourable Artillery Company. WW II embroidered example of the red on blue shoulder title, " H.A.C " worn by the Artillery Section.
Honourable Artillery Company. Victorian officers silver / gilt waist-belt clasp. A fused grenade bearing the cypher of Queen Victoria to the centre of a circlet carrying the title with floriated rococo work and squared belt loops to each end.
Honourable Artillery Company. King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. An old style field-gun with mounted wheel above the motto scroll surmounted by the crown and " H.A.C. " title.
Honourable Artillery Company. Brass sweetheart / old comrades badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The HAC cypher to the ball of a fused grenade,above the title scroll.
Honourable Artillery Company. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The " HAC " monogram mounted upon the ball of a fused grenade. Worn by sergeants of the Infantry Section.
Honourable Artillery Company. Brass shoulder title, B / H.A.C., worn by " B " Battery Honourable Artillery Company.
Honourable Artillery Company. Scarce WW II printed white on red shoulder title, H.A.C.
Honourable Artillery Company. WW II ers white on red embroidered large size shoulder title, " Honourable Artillery Company."
Honourable Artillery Company. Bi / metal Infantry Section sergeants cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London. The " HAC " monogram mounted upon the ball of a fused grenade.
Honourable Artillery Company. Scarce WW II embroidered in black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " HAC" with canvas loop bearing original owners Regimental number to the reverse.
Honourable Artillery Company. { Infantry } Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The \" HAC \" monogram mounted upon the ball of a fused grenade.
Honourable Artillery Company.[Artillery] Small white metal beret badge with two loops and original shaped red backing to the reverse. The Crest from the Arms of the Company.
Horse's Bit Badge. Brass sleeve trade badge with four loops and original shaped brass back-plate to the reverse. Worn by Saddlers,and Harness Makers in mounted units.
Hotchkiss Gunner. Scarce white on khaki embroidered sleeve qualification badge. The letters " HG " within a half wreath of laurel. Introduced to be worn by cavalry of the British and Indian Army and officially discontinued in 1921`.
Household Battalion. Very scarce kings crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned oval Garter Strap. Worn in WW I by reservists of the Household Cavalry.
Household Battalion. WW I king\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse, The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned oval Garter Strap. Worn by reservists of the Household Cavalry.
Household Battalion. Extremely rare king\'s crown officers gilt cap badge with two blades and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned oval Garter Strap.
Household Battalion. Brass WW I shoulder title, \" HB \" worn by reservists of the Household Cavalry.
Household Brigade. Fine quality early queen\'s crown large embroidered padded example of the Guards Regimental Sergeant Major\'s sleeve rank insignia. The Royal Arms in various colours on a khaki backing. { approx 14 x 15 cms.}
Household Brigade. Embroidered white on khaki example of the sleeve badge worn at the Guards Depot. The queen's crown to the centre of a Bath Star above the title, " Trained Soldier ".
Household Cavalry. King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, \" The Life Guards \"
Household Cavalry. Fine quality king\'s crown officers service dress cap badge with two blades and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, \" First Life Guards \"
Household Cavalry. King's crown officers gilt cap badge with two blades and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " The Life Guards "
Household Cavalry. King\'s crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap.
Household Cavalry. King's crown officers gilt and enamel cap badge with two loops and backing plate to the reverse. The cypher of GviR on a ground of red enamel to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap, voided to show the blue enamel backing.
Household Cavalry. King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, \" First Life Guards \"
Household Cavalry. Queen's crown red blue and gold bullion wire embroidered officers cap badge. The EiiR cypher to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title " The Blues and Royals ".
Household Cavalry. King's crown officers gilt and enamel cap badge with brooch pin fitting and a Gaunt London backing plate to the reverse, possibly adapted for a lady to wear ? The cypher of GvR to the red enamelled centre of a crowned, voided Garter Strap.
Household Cavalry. Fine quality king\'s crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, \" Second Life Guards \"
Household Cavalry. Officers king\'s crown gilt pouch badge with six loops to the reverse. The Royal Arms.
Household Cavalry. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap.
Household Cavalry. Bronzed king\'s crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the Second Life Guards. This title on a crowned circlet with the cypher of GvR to the centre.
Household Cavalry. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades and makers details for Marples & Beasley Birmingham to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " The Life Guards "
Household Cavalry. King\'s crown officers bronze cap badge with two blades and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, \" Royal Horse Guards \"
Hulme Grammar School - Cadets. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" H.G.S. / Cadet Corps.\" { Affiliated to the 6th. Battalion Manchester Regiment.}
Hulme Grammar School. Embroidered white on red shoulder title, " Hulme Grammar School C.C.F. "
Huntingdon Rifle Regiment of Militia. Very scarce officers silvered victorian cross-belt plate with four screw-blots retaining the original nuts and later added copper back-plate holding the central cloth backing in place. A scene depicting a hunter in a forest to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title. { Became 5th. Militia Battalion King\'s Royal Rifle Corps in 1881.} { Approx 11 cms high }
Huntingdonshire - Home Guard. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. A leaping stag upon the title scroll, \" Huntingdonshire \" { Same badge as worn by the Huntingdonshire Cyclist\'s in WW I , but this is the later issued example } { See my item 27592 for Cyclist example.}
Huntingdonshire Cyclist Battalion. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Lambourne Birmingham. A leaping stag upon ground above the title scroll, \" Huntingdonshire \"
Hurstpierpoint College - O.T.C. Brass shoulder title complete with original shaped brass back-plate, Hurstpierpoint / OTC / College.
Hurstpierpoint College { Sussex } - Cadets. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An eagle with outspread wings upon a torse above the title scroll.
Hyderabad Volunteer Rifles. Scarce white metal Victorian helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. The HVR cypher to the centre of a strung bugle horn with an "Albert" crown above.[Approx 9x7cms]
Imperial Airways. Very rare gold bullion wire pilot\'s cap badge. The \" IA \" monogram within a wreath of laurel surmounted by a lion upon a torse on a black deeply padded shaped backing. Imperial Airways were formed in the 1920\'s and became British Overseas Aircraft Corporation in 1939.
Imperial Airways. Scarce gilt pilot's qualification wings with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The " I A " monogram on a shield within a laurel wreath flanked by a pair of wings and surmounted by the English Lion.[Approx 6.5 cms wingspan ]
Imperial Camel Corps Brigade. Scarce cast brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A camel upon the tablet, \" Imperial Camel Corps.\" This Brigade was raised in 1916 to fight in the deserts of the Middle-East. It consisted of one British one Australian and two New Zealand Battalions.
Imperial Camel Corps Brigade./ Lincolnshire Yeomanry. Scarce cast brass small size headdress / collar ? badge with two loops to the reverse. A camel upon a tablet bearing " I.C.C ". Accompanied by a cast brass locally made " Lincolnshire Yeomanry " cap badge. these two items and the previous lot all belonged to this Yeomanry Trooper.
Imperial Service. King\'s crown white metal brooch / badge with original pin fitting to the reverse. A crowned tablet bearing the title, \" Imperial service \" Worn on the right side of the tunic by Territorials who were willing to serve overseas if required.
Imperial Yeomanry Cadets. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Crest above the furled title scroll, \" Cadets \" The Imperial Yeomanry Cadets { City of London Squadron } became affiliated to the Honourable Artillery Company in the 1920\'s.
Imperial Yeomanry Hospital. Bi / metal headdress badge with three loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes above the tri-part scroll, " Imperial Yeomanry Hospital "
Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce Boer War sheet brass slouch hat badge with two wire loops to the reverse, \" 12 IY \" Worn by the 12th. Company {South Nottinghamshire } Imperial Yeomanry.
Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass slouch hat badge with two loops to the reverse, \" XVIY \" Worn by the 15th. Company { Northumberland } Imperial Yeomanry.
Imperial Yeomanry. Rare brass large size slouch hat badge worn by the 20th. Battalion { Rough Riders } Imperial Yeomanry. The letters, \" R R \" in script form upon a spur. Lead filled brass with four wire loops to the reverse.
Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce Boer War slouch hat badge \" I.Y./ 14 \" with two loops to the reverse. Worn by the 14th. Company { Northumberland Imperial Yeomanry.
Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce Boer War period embroidered foreign service helmet pagri badge. A blue triangle bearing \" 4 / I.Y. \" in red. Worn by the 4th. Company { Glamorgan } Imperial Yeomanry.
Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce slouch hat badge. The bronze Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the letters, \" I Y \" upon a maroon and scarlet rosette. Worn as a \" General Pattern \" by Imperial Yeomanry Companies.
Imperial Yeomanry. Rare brass slouch hat badge with two loops to the reverse, \" 1 3 I Y \" Worn by the 13th. Company { Shropshire } Imperial Yeomanry.
Imperial Yeomanry. Rare sheet brass slouch hat badge with two wire loops to the reverse, \" 10IY \". Worn by the 10th. Company { Nottinghamshire-Sherwood Rangers } Imperial Yeomanry.
Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass slouch hat badge with two flat lugs to the reverse probably worn on the red and purple slouch hat rosette. The roman numeral \" X \" worn by the 10th. Nottinghamshire { Sherwood Rangers } Company Imperial Yeomanry.
Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce sheet brass slouch hat badge, \" I Y \" with two wire loops to the reverse.
Imperial Yeomanry. Rare sheet brass elliptical shaped slouch hat badge with two wire loops and original scarlet \" pinked \" backing cloth to the reverse, \" Comptons Horse \" Lord Alwyne Compton D.S.O. the M.P for Bedford raised this troop for the Boer War as the 28th. Company, 4th.Battalion Imperial Yeomanry who were later to become the Bedfordshire Yeomanry.
India - Regiment of Artillery. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. An old style field gun above the motto scroll, " Izzat O Iqbal " surmounted by the Star of India and the title scroll.
India Command. WW II embroidered white on red shoulder title,India Command.
India Command. Embroidered WW II silver wire on blue backing shoulder title,India Command.
India Command. WW II silver bullion wire on a black backing shoulder title, " India Command "
India- Lahore District. WW II embroidered example of the old style black field-gun { Zam-Zammah } on a red background with "Hooks and Eyes " to the reverse.
India- Regiment of Artillery. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. An old style field-gun with mounted wheel above the motto, "Izzat O Iqbal " surmounted by the "Star of India " and the title scroll.
Indian Air Formation Signals. WW II fine quality embroidered and padded formation sign with " press-stud " fittings to the reverse. The Star of India and an aeroplane in red on a blue and white diamond. This unit fought with the 14th. Army in Burma. [ Blue slightly faded ]
Indian Army Bi /metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Indian Signal Corps. This title on an oval surmounted by the Star of India with the figure of Mercury to the centre.
Indian Army - Pioneers. Scarce king's crown bi / metal helmet / pagri badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed axes to the centre of a crowned strap with ribbon ends bearing the title, " 128 Pioneers "
Indian Army -Ordnance Corps. King's crown gilt officers cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The shield of the Board of Ordnance above the title scroll, "Ordnance India" surmounted by the crown.
Indian Army Ordnance Corps. Brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A crowned shield bearing the Arms of the Board of Ordnance above a furled tri-part scroll,Indian Army Ordnance Corps.
Indian Army Ordnance Corps. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the Board of Ordnance above the title scroll surmounted by the crown.
Indian Army Ordnance Corps. WW II embroidered in black on pale tropical k.d shoulder strap slip-on, \" IOAC \" with canvas loop to the reverse.
Indian Army- 24th.Madras. Scarce gilt / brass pagri badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The number "24" and an Indian elephant upon the "Assaye " honour to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel that carries the title, "Madras".[Approx 7 cms high.]
Indian Army- Palitana Lancers. Rare white metal Victorian officers large size helmet or pagri badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the Princely State of Palitana,cavalry lances,and the monogram "MSC" to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title and motto, "Palitana Rejoice In God ". [Approx 8 cms high.]
Indian Army. Brass cap badge with four loops to the reverse worn by the Mysore Lancers Imperial Service Troops. A double-headed eagle backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances above the furled scroll, \" Mysore \"
Indian Army. Scarce white metal victorian pagri badge with original pin fitting to the reverse. A bugle horn with stings to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " Poona Volunteers " on a multi-rayed star.
Indian Army. Pair of white metal " Quoit " collar badges with integral lugs to the reverse worn by one of the Sikh Regiments.
Indian Army. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the Third Skinner's Horse. The number " 3 " and the king's crown backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances above the scroll, " Skinner's Horse "
Indian Army. Pair of officers silver-plated shoulder titles, \" A V L H \" Worn by the Assam Valley Light Horse.
Indian Army. Scarce WW II embroidered in black on pale kd. shoulder title, " Mahrattas " with paper backing covered in script.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, " Sikh Pioneers. "
Indian Army. Scarce victorian white metal helmet / pagri badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed muskets surmounted by the crown to the centre of a strap bearing the title, " East Indian Railway Volunteer Rifle Corps " within a wreath of laurel. { Approx 5.5 cms diam. }
Indian Army. Scarce king\'s crown officers die-cast silvered pagri badge with pointed slider fitting to the reverse worn by the Northern Bengal Mounted Rifles. This title within and below a strung bugle horn surmounted by the crown.
Indian Army. Cast white metal headdress badge ? with three loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes upon a pair of crossed cavalry lances . \" Probyn\'s Horse ? }
Indian Army. Scarce king's crown officers cast silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Calcutta Light Horse. The crowned " CLH " monogram above the motto scroll mounted upon a multi-rayed star. {Gilt now brass } { In 1943 some men from this Regiment set out on a daring raid to sink the German ship " Ehrenfels ". In 1980 this was made into a film " The Sea Wolves, The last Charge of the Calcutta Light Horse "
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title with integral lugs to the reverse, " 2 / Pioneers ".
Indian Army. Scarce pair of WW II jungle green tropical shoulder strap slip-ons bearing two rank " pips " and the title, " 2-R.L. " Worn by the 2nd. Royal Lancers. { Gardner's Horse }
Indian Army. White metal king\'s crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the Northern Bengal Mounted Rifles. This title within and below a strung bugle horn surmounted by the crown. { See also my item 28175 }
Indian Army. Hallmarked silver Pioneer Battalion field service cap badge with two loops makers details for \" J R G & S \" and Birmingham hallmarks for 1910 to the reverse. A pair of crossed axes. { Approx 3 x 3.5 cms.}
Indian Army. Superb hallmarked silver " J & Co. " king's crown officers cross-belt plate with original back-plate and nuts to the reverse all bearing hallmarks for Birmingham 1913 A wreath of laurel surmounted by the crown upon the title scroll " Queen Mary's Own " and a ribboned honour scroll for " British East Africa 1897-1899 " with the number " 127 " to the centre of a crescent bearing the title, " Baluch Light Infantry " on a maltese cross with Victorian battle honours to each arm.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title,Pioneer Corps.
Indian Army. Scarce brass shoulder title, " I B C " . Worn by the Indian Bearer Company.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, 10 / Lancers. Worn by the 10th. Duke of Cambridge's Own Lancers.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, 71 / Punjabis.
Indian Army. Embroidered in green on red shoulder title, \" 1st. Punjab Regiment.\" { Paper stuck to reverse.}
Indian Army. Scarce British made early pattern white metal shoulder title, " Bugle horn / E C R V " Worn by the East Coast Rifle Volunteers.
Indian Army. Scarce brass shoulder title, " Sappers / 3 / & Miners " with two integral lugs to the reverse.
Indian Army. Black-brass shoulder title, 15 / Sikhs. [ Ludhiana ]
Indian Army. Scarce small pattern white metal officers ? shoulder title, \" K G F V \" worn by the Kolar Gold Fields Volunteers.
Indian Army. King's crown " General Service " pattern officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The " GRI " cypher surmounted by the crown.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, "124 / Baluchistan"
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, XI / Rajputs.
Indian Army. Scarce brass shoulder title with two integral lugs to the reverse, " XII B.C. " Worn by the 12th. Bengal Cavalry.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title worn by the 103rd. Maharatta Light Infantry. The number \" 103 \" to the centre of a bugle horn above the title scroll.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, " XVI / Rajputs."
Indian Army. Scarce king's crown gold bullion wire embroidered pagri badge worn by the Indian Army Corps of Guides. The " CG " monogram surmounted by the crown on a scarlet backing.
Indian Army. Scarce white metal shoulder title, U.B.V.R. Worn by the Upper Burma Volunteer Rifles.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, 40 / Pathans. [ Originally blackened ? with one loop squeezed in ]
Indian Army. Bi / metal shoulder title with two lugs and makers details for Jonnson Aligarh to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes between the titles, " 130 Baluchis "
Indian Army. King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for " G.K. & S.A. " worn by the Indian Military Police. The " GRI " cypher and " India " title to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above the title scroll..
Indian Army. WW II embroidered black on pale tropical k.d. " Baluch " shoulder strap slip-on.
Indian Army. Brass General Pattern pouch badge with two screw bolt fittings to the reverse. The cypher of EviiR India in script form. { Approx 5 x 3,5 cms.}
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, " O.T.S. / MHOW " still affixed to a white shoulder strap slip-on. Worn by Officers Cadets at the Mhow Training School. { Slip-on now stained }
Indian Army. Cast brass shoulder title, \" VII \" with two integral lugs to the reverse worn by the 7th. Hariana Lancers ?
Indian Army. Fine quality king\'s crown officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Central India Horse. The \" CIH \" monogram surmounted by the crown and backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, \" XXIX \" worn by the 29th. Lancers { Deccan Horse }
Indian Army. Brass king's crown pagri badge with original heavy brooch pin fitting and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse worn by the 7th. Rajput Regiment. The roman numeral " VII " surmounted by the Royal Crest between a spray of laurel and oak above the title scroll.
Indian Army. WW II black on pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on, \" I.E.M.E. \" with canvas loop to the reverse worn by the Indian Electrical & Mechanical Engineers.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, " S & T " Worn by the Supply and Transport units of the Royal Indian Army Service Corps.
Indian Army. Scarce WW II embroidered shoulder title in black on off-white with press stud fittings to the reverse, " Indian Army / H.D. " Worn by " Holding detachments ".
Indian Army. Scarce officers gilt headdress badge with the early " Loop and blade " fitting to the reverse. The number " 15 " on a star above a crescent bearing the title, " Cureton's Multanis " backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances. { Gilt remaining to the reverse only }
Indian Army. Officers brown leather pouch with internal metal box still intact loop and stud closer and circular belt loops to each end. Mounted upon the pouch is an unknown unit badge. The letters " SMVR " to the centre of a bugle horn with a three-looped knot above. { one tassel absent } { ? Mounted Volunteer Rifles ?? }
Indian Army. Scarce king's crown officers bronze cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the 29th. Lancers { Deccan Horse } The roman numerals " XXIX " and the title scroll backed by a pair of cavalry lances surmounted by the crown.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, 41 / Dogras.
Indian Army. Pair of officers white metal shoulder titles with brass overlay, \" N B M R \" worn by the Northern Bengal Mounted Rifles. { See my item 28175 for this officers cap badge }
Indian Army. Scarce brass shoulder title, " XIX " worn by the 19th.Punjabis.
Indian Army. Early pattern heavy brass shoulder title, " 18 BI " Worn by the 18th. Bengal or Bombay Infantry.
Indian Army. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 9th. Madras Native Infantry. A native sailing craft to the centre of a crowned strap within a wreath of laurel bearing five early battle honours.
Indian Army. Early pattern heavy brass shoulder title, " 58 / Rifles." [ 58th. Vaughan's Rifles ]
Indian Army. Scarce brass shoulder title with three loops to the reverse, 117 / Mahrattas.
Indian Army. Scarce early pattern thin brass shoulder title, " 125 ". Worn by the 125th. Napier's Rifles.
Indian Army. Heavy brass early pattern shoulder title with two long integral lugs to the reverse, worn by the 16th. Rajputs.
Indian Army. Small brass shoulder title, 108 / Infantry.
Indian Army. WW II black on pale khaki tropical k.d. shoulder title, " 15 / Punjab" {Probably cut from a shoulder strap}
Indian Army. Scarce early pattern black-brass shoulder title, N.W.R.V.R. Worn before 1917 by the North-Western Railway Volunteer Rifles.
Indian Army. Scarce king's crown heavy white metal officers ? headdress badge with three loops to the reverse. A quoit and a crescent surmounted by the crown and backed by crossed Union Flags above the title scroll, " 89th. Punjabis " [ Approx 7.5 x 7.5 cms ]
Indian Army. Scarce king's crown white metal pagri badge with original heavy broach pin fitting to the reverse. The crown above the number " 41 " upon a torse and the title, " Dogras " { Approx 5.5 cms high }
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, " W.A.C. {I} " Worn by the Women's Auxiliary Corps {India}
Indian Army. Small white metal cap badge with two integral lugs to the reverse worn by the Southern Provinces Mounted Rifles. A bugle horn with strings above the " S.P.M.R. " title.
Indian Army. Scarce brass shoulder title with integral lugs to the reverse, \" 7 M. C. \". Worn by the \" Seventh Mule Corps \" Company of the Indian Army Service Corps. See the book \" Badges of the Empire\'s Waggoners \" by McHenry & Kellock for more information
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, 16 / Punjab.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title with two integral lugs to the reverse, 116 / Maharattas.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, 11 / Sikhs.
Indian Army. Scarce WW II brass shoulder title, " 11.T.C " Worn by the 11th. Transport Company Royal Indian Army Service Corps.
Indian Army. Brass shou8lder title, 12 / Pioneers.
Indian Army. Scarce brass shoulder title, " 1 / Brahmans " with integral lugs to the reverse.
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title with two integral lugs to the reverse, " 75 / Carnatic "
Indian Army. King\'s crown brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. The crowned number, \" 17 \" above the title, \" Dogras \". Accompanied by a \" 17 Dogras \" brass shoulder title. { Headdress badge approx 5 cms high.}
Indian Army. Cast bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Indian Army Signal Corps. The figure of Mercury on the globe and motto scrolls surmounted by the Star of India.
Indian Army. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 13th. Frontier Force Rifles. " 13 / FFR " between the strings of a crowned bugle horn. { Slightly polished.}
Indian Army. Large brass arm badge with three integral lugs to the reverse worn by the 1st. and 2nd. Jodhpur Lancers. A hawk upon the scroll, \" Marwar \" { Approx 7.5 cms high }
Indian Army. King's crown cast silvered cap badge with two loops and red felt backing to the voided centre worn by the 57th. Wilde's Rifles. The number " 57 " to the voided centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title. { One centre backing clip absent }
Indian Army. Pair of brass shoulder titles, " I,M.S. " Worn by the Indian Medical Service. { Note- small size pattern }
Indian Army. Scarce victorian brass pagri badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse worn by the 21st. Madras Pioneers. The number " 21 " on the domed centre of a crowned circlet bearing a spray of laurel and the title, " Pioneers " within a wreath of laurel.
Indian Army. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Calcutta Battalion Auxiliary Force India. The Arms of Calcutta surmounted by the crown and backed by a pair of crossed rifles above double scrolls bearing the motto and title.
Indian Army. WW II officers pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on with two rank " pips " and the black embroidered title, " 14 Punjab " {Paper spots to the reverse}
Indian Army. Brass shoulder title, " 15.L " worn by the 15th. Lancers {Cureton's Multanis}
Indian Army. Large pair of locally made heavy brass shoulder titles with soldered loops to the reverse, " H A " Worn by " Heavy Artillery " ? " Hyderabad Artillary" ? or ??
Indian Army. Large brass shoulder title with two integral lugs and now with black leatherette backing for display worn by the 20th. Deccan Horse. The \" D H \" monogram flanked by \" X \'s\" { Roman numeral,20th. }
Indian Army. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Bihari Aligarh to the reverse worn by the Indian Engineers. This title on a wreath of laurel with the Star of India to the centre.
Indian Army. King\'s crown bronze \" General Service \" pattern officers service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The crowned \" GRI \" cypher.
Indian Artillery. Pair of embroidered faded jungle-green tropical k.d shoulder strap slip-ons worn by a Captain in the Indian Artillery. Three rank " pips " above the title, " I.ARTY " { Some staining to one }
Indian Beach Group. Scarce WW II example of the printed winged red sword above blue waves on a white background. Raised in 1943 and designated 41-45 Indian Beach Groups. 41 Beach Group landed on Ramree Island in 1945 and took part in the capture of Rangoon.
Indian Red Cross. Small gilt and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting makers details for Gaunt London date or issue number and \" Annual Associate \" to the reverse. The Geneva Cross to the centre of a bleu enamelled oval bearing the title, \" The Indian Red Cross Society \"
Infantry Bomber. Scarce WW I embroidered sleeve qualification badge worn by Infantry Bombers. A fused grenade in light khaki with red flames on a khaki backing.
Infantry Bomber. WW I scarce embroidered example of the Infantry Bomber\'s sleeve qualification badge. A fused grenade in light khaki with red flames on a shaped khaki backing. { Loss of embroidery to the flames,priced accordingly }
Inns of Court - Rifle Volunteers. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The four shields of the "Inns " within a wreath of laurel bearing the South African honour above the title scroll, " Inns of Court V.R.C. "
Inns of Court and City Yeomanry. Superb quality mint condition officers Queen's crown silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the City of London upon the four shields of the Inns within a crowned laurel wreath carrying the title scroll, " I.C.& C.Y. "
Inns of Court O.T.C. King\'s crown black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The four shields of the Inns to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel that carries the South Africa honours and the title scroll.
Inns of Court O.T.C. Scarce king\'s crown officers black-brass pouch badge with three screw bolt fittings to the reverse. The four shields of the Inns to the centre of a crowned laurel wreath bearing the South Africa honour above the title scroll. { Approx 7.5 x 6.5 cms.}
Inns of Court O.T.C. Black-brass shoulder title, \" T / OTC / Inns of Court \"
Inns of Court Regiment. Pair of king's crown collar badges. The shields of the four Inns to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel carrying the South Africa honour and the title scroll.
Inns of Court Regiment. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The shields of the Four Inns to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll and the South Africa honours.
Inspectorate of Fighting Vehicles. WW II chrome and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and individual issue number to the reverse. A WW I style tank on a red enamel ground to the centre of a yellow enamel circlet bearing the title. Red and yellow being the colours of the Royal Armoured Corps. Worn by officials overseeing the manufacture of fighting vehicles in various factories.
Intelligence Corps. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A crowned rose within a spray of laurel above the title scroll.
Intelligence Corps. Pair of king's crown officers bronze service dress collar badges.The crowned rose within a laurel spray above the title scroll. [Not exact but very close match]
Intelligence Corps. Pair of officers queen's crown silver plated collar badges with makers details for Gaunt Birmingham to the reverse. A crowned rose between a laurel spray above a scroll bearing the title.[Slight colour difference].
Intelligence Corps. King's crown silver and enamel tie-pin. The rose in red enamel within a wreath of laurel surmounted by the crown above the blue enamelled title, " Intelligence "
Interpreters Badge. Unusual smaller size variation of the Interpreters sleeve trade badge. The Pharaoh's head in black-brass with a " stick-pin " fitting to the reverse. [ Head approx. 2 x 2 cms.]
Ipswich School - O.T.C. Scarce brass king\'s crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crowned Royal arms of the Tudors flanked by a greyhound and a dragon above the title scroll, \" Ipswich School O.T.C. \"
Iraq Levies. Silver [not marked] cap badge with replaced pin fitting to the reverse. A pair of finely engraved crossed native daggers. Formed in 1919 along with Eady's Arab Scouts and other irregular forces to assist the British to control the area.
Iraq Levies. Scarce silvered white metal headdress badge with long pointed slider fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed finely engraved native daggers. Formed by the British in 1919 along with Eady's Arab Scouts and other local Irregular Forces to keep control in the area.
Iraq Levies. Scarce well polished cast brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse A pair of crossed native daggers. Formed by the British in 1919 from Eady's Arab Scouts along with other irregular forces to maintain control of the area.
Irish Forces. Very unusual and well worn embroidered shoulder title, " Ireland " in red on a light green backing.
Irish Guards. Brass other ranks cap star with two loops to the reverse. The Star of the Order of St.Patrick.
Irish Guards. Brass cap star with two north / south loops to the reverse. The Star of the Order of St. Patrick.
Irish Guards. Scarce large sized bronzed other ranks foreign service helmet pagri star with two loops to the reverse. The Star of the Order of St. Patrick. [Approx 8 x 8 cms.]
Irish Guards. Pair of WW II embroidered in white on dark green shoulder titles, Irish Guards.
Irish Guards. Officers silver and enamel cap star with two loops makers details for Gaunt London and an " S " stamp to the reverse. The Star of the Order of St. Patrick.
Irish Guards. Queen's crown large size gold bullion wire embroidered Warrant Officers sleeve " Colour " badge. A maroon Standard bearing the Star of the Order of St. Patrick above crossed swords and surmounted by the red velvet inset crown. { Backing material absent }
Irish Horse. Scarce Boer War brass shoulder title / slouch hat badge ? \" I H \". Worn by the 131,132, 133, 134,175, and 176 Companies Irish Horse Imperial Yeomanry.
Irish Militia. Scarce Victorian black-brass glengarry badge with three loops { well replaced } to the reverse worn by the Royal Queen's County Rifles. A bugle horn with strings surmounted by the crown above the furled scroll, " Queen's County Rifles " After 1881 they became a Battalion of The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment { Royal Canadians }
Irish Militia. Rare victorian black-brass glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Antrim Militia { Queen's Royal Rifles " The Red Hand of Ulster to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Antrim Rifle Corps " on a maltese cross carrying Gaelic characters and the title " Royal " surmounted by the crown upon a furled scroll, " Queen's " { After 1881 became Royal Irish Rifles }
Irish Militia. Rare white metal victorian glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Roscommon Militia. The Angel Harp above the \" Roscommon \" scroll surmounted by the crown within a wreath of shamrock.
Irish Militia. Scarce victorian white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the South Mayo Rifles. This title with the number, \" 15 \" on a crowned oval with the eagle from the Arms of the Marquis of Sligo to the centre within a wreath of shamrock. { Became 3rd. Battalion Connaught Rangers in 1881.}
Isle of Man -Home Guard. Scarce WW II king's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The three legs from the Arms of the Isle of Man to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the motto.
Isle of Man. Rare WW I white metal shoulder title, " LMVC ". Worn by the Isle of Man Volunteer Training Corps, the " Loyal Manx Volunteer Corps ".
J.R.Gaunt Collection. This latest upload will feature items from the third part of the J.R.Gaunt Collection. [ See item 22554 ]
J.R.Gaunt Collection. Featured in this upload will be Part 1 of a collection of Gaunt London made British and Colonial badges still affixed to card that has been cut from a Gaunt's sample book. Most have not been removed from the card and still retain their split-pin fixings,whilst a few have been detached and the majority of these bear Gaunt London stamps or plates to the reverse.
J.R.Gaunt Collection. This latest upload will feature items from the second part of the Gaunt Collection. [ See item 22554 ]
Jamaica Engineer Corps. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The "GRI" cypher to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title within a wreath of laurel.
Jamaica Engineer Corps. Scarce set of items consisting of a brass shoulder title and a pair of bronze collar badges. The title, " J E C " and fused grenades above the title, " Jamaica ". Raised in 1927 with a strength of 4 officers and 27 other ranks. { See Renfrew and Cranston book for more information }
Jamaica Militia Artillery. Scarce brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London. An old style field-gun above the " Militia Artillery " scroll surmounted by the crown upon the title, " Jamaica ".
Jersey C.I. - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by Victoria College Jersey O.T.C. A shield bearing the three leopards from the Arms of Jersey surmounted by the crown.
Jersey Militia. Brass shoulder title, \" Jersey \". Worn with a separate \" R.A., RE or Bugle horn \" above.
Jewish Brigade Group. Rare WW II silk woven example of the golden Star of David on a blue / white / blue backing. Raised in the Middle-East from Jewish Palestinian and British units the Brigade fought in Italy and then later in Germany.
Joint Arms Control Implementation Group. Embroidered example of the Union Flag above the letters,"JACIG" on a purple backing. Worn by units tasked with implementing the United Kingdom's arms control commitments.[Fold mark to the centre.]
Joint Services Staff College. Scarce third pattern queen's crown printed example of the "Albatross standing on rocks" above the motto,Unity Is Strength. [Sign has been folded and worn over part of the design!]
Jungle Hat. Jungle-Green kd "floppy " style Jungle Hat. A multi-stitched brim with plain body bearing four metal ventilation grommets { Two of these with verdigris } and multiple loops to hold camouflage fitted with a white recognition / battalion ? canvas band.
Junior Girls Training Corps. WW II chromed cap and lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The entwined letters, " JGTC" on a triangular shield shape. Raised in WW II as a uniformed organisation for pre-service training for young girls. See J.Mills excellent book " Within The Island Fortress " No.3 - WJAC,GTC,and GNTC
Junior Salvage Steward. Very scarce WW II red plastic lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and makers details for "F & G" to the reverse. A cog wheel to the centre of a circlet bearing the titles, " Junior Salvage Steward " - " A Cog in the Wheel". Originally started in London as a scheme to get schoolchildren to become involved in the collecting of items for salvage, paper, cardboard, metal, etc. The most successful being awarded this badge.
Junior Soldier's Badge. Embroidered example of the yellow letter " A " within a green wreath of laurel bearing the title " Army Outward Bound School " on an oval khaki backing. This denotes a " gold " award for passing the school course.
Junior Soldier's Badge. Embroidered example of the yellow letter " C " within a green wreath of laurel bearing the title, " Army Outward Bound School " on an oval khaki backing. This denotes a " Bronze " award for passing the school course.
Kaffarian Rifles. Scarce sheet brass Boer War slouch hat badge, \" K R \" with two wire loops to the reverse.
Kaffarian Rifles. Scarce white metal victorian headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. A lion to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title and the motto, Nunc Animis.[See Owen's book item 108]
Kedah Volunteer Force-Malay States. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn only from 1933-1942. A sheaf of rice to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,above a scroll in the local dialect,surmounted by the State Arms of a Crescent and Shield. [See B.Renfrew's book for more information.]
Kelly College-O.T.C.{ Tavistock } Scarce brass shoulder title, \" Kelly / O.T.C. / College\" { One loop absent }
Kensington Regiment. [ Princess Louise's ] Scarce WW II printed white on red shoulder title, " Kensington ".
Kent & County of London Yeomanry. King\'s crown bi / metal NCO\'s sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Kent mounted upon a pair of crossed rifles and the crown above the scroll, \" Sharpshooters \"
Kent & County of London Yeomanry. { Sharpshooters } Scarce queen\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. the White Horse of Kent backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the scroll, \" Sharpshooters \"
Kent and County of London Yeomanry. Scarce pair of officers full dress white metal shoulder chains bearing a gilt Major's crown and the title, " KCLY " with blue material backing and " press-studs " fittings to the reverse. [See item 22938-same officers collar badges,22943 cap badge.]
Kent and County of London Yeomanry. Queen's crown silver bullion wire on a yellow backing embroidered officers beret badge. The White Horse of Kent backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the " Sharpshooters " scroll.
Kent and County of London Yeomanry. Pair of queens crown anodised aluminium collar badges. The White Horse of Kent backed by crossed rifles above the " Sharpshooters " scroll surmounted by the crown.
Kent and County of London Yeomanry. Fine pair of queen's crown officers silver / gilt collar badges. The White Horse of Kent mounted upon a pair of crossed rifles and the " Sharpshooters " scroll surmounted by the crown.
Kent and County of London Yeomanry. Other ranks queen's crown bi / metal waist belt clasp. The White Horse of Kent backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the " Sharpshooters " scroll mounted upon a plain brass rectangular plate with plain brass looped belt ends.
Kent and County of London Yeomanry. Queen's crown NCO's gold and silver bullion wire embroidered full dress sleeve badge. The White Horse of Hanover backed by crossed rifles above the scroll " Sharpshooters " surmounted by the crown.
Kent and County of London Yeomanry. Queen's crown officers bullion wire embroidered Forage cap badge. The White Horse of Kent backed by a pair of crossed rifles within a crowned circlet bearing the title above the scroll, " Sharpshooters " on a scarlet backing.
Kent and County of London Yeomanry.{ Sharpshooters } Brass shoulder title, " K.C.L.Y "
Kent and County of London Yeomanry.{ Sharpshooters } Queen's crown bi/metal NCO's sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Kent backed by crossed rifles surmounted by the crown above the scroll, " Sharpshooters "
Kent and County of London Yeomanry.{ Sharpshooters } Superb quality queen\'s crown officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Kent backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title above the furled scroll, \" Sharpshooters \"
Kent Artillery Volunteers. Scarce white metal other ranks fur-busby grenade with long slider fitting and tube to accommodate the hackle to the reverse. The White Horse of Kent to the centre of a laurel wreath upon the ball of a fused grenade.
Kent Cyclist Battalion. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Lambourne Birmingham. The White Horse of Kent above the motto scroll.
Kent Cyclist Battalion. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" T / Kent / Cyclist \"
Kent Police. Brass and enamel king's crown lapel badge with buttonhole fitting registration number and makers details for Fattorini Medalist to the reverse. The White Horse of Kent to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title, " Special Police K C C "
Kent Rifle Volunteers. White metal N.C.O.\'s cross-belt plate worn by the 33rd.[Sevenoaks] Kent Rifle Volunteers. The White Horse of Kent on a scroll,Invicta, inside a multi-rayed star. Two screw bolts to the reverse,and with black leather backing for display.
Kent Rifle Volunteers. Rare blackened with white metal highlights NCO's cross-belt plate with two screw bolts retaining original nuts to the reverse. The White Horse and Motto of Kent to the centre of a shield and laurel sprays within an oval strap bearing the title, "8th. Company of Kent "Sydenham " Rifle Volunteers."
Kent Volunteer Fencibles. White metal WW I Volunteer Training Corps cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. [Very slightly shortened] The White Horse of Kent to the centre of an oval with the title scroll, "K.V.F" above and the Kent motto scroll, "Invicta" below.
Kenya Defence Force-Nairobi Battalion. Cast brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A rampant lion upon a tri-part title scroll, "KDF 1st.Nairobi Battalion."
Kenya Defence Force. Brass shoulder title, " KDF " with makers details for Dowler & Sons to the reverse.
Kenya Defence Force. Brass shoulder title with two integral loops to the reverse, \" K D F \"
Kenya Defence Force. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A rampant male lion.
Kenya Independent Squadron. Rare WW II cast black-brass Special Forces cap badge with two integral lugs to the reverse. A compass pointing to the " K.I.S. " title scroll to the centre of a wreath of laurel above tri-part angular scrolls bearing the motto. To the top of the wreath is a small letter " D" in recognition of the Units founder Major J.J.Drought. [ It is thought that less than 100 of these badges were produced.]
Kenya Regiment. [ Territorial Force ] Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A water buffalo upon an angular scroll, " Kenya Regiment T.F. "
Kenya. White on khaki WW II "paste-back" overseas volunteers designation embroidered shoulder title,Kenya.
Khartoum Province. Fine quality officers silver and enamel headdress badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. An elephant's head bearing a local silver stamp to the tip of the ear above the blue enamel title scroll, " Khartoum ".
Kimbolton School - C.C.F. Brass " new-metal " cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A leaping stag above the scroll, " Huntingdonshire ". { Modern example of the old badge previously worn by the Huntingdonshire Cyclist Battalion in WW I }
King Alfred\'s School - Wantage - Cadets. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the School on an ornamental ground above the motto tablet and tri-part title scroll surmounted by a Saxon Crown.
King Alfred\'s School - Wantage - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the School on an ornamental ground above a tablet bearing the Founder\'s name and the furled title scroll surmounted by a Saxon Crown.
King Alfred\'s School - Wantage-Cadets. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing a cross and four martlets with a tablet carrying the motto on an ornamental circlet above double scrolls bearing the titles, surmounted by a Saxon Crown.
King Alfred\'s School- O.T.C. - Wantage. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing a cross and four martlets with a tablet bearing the motto to the centre of a floriated circlet above a five-part title scroll and surmounted by an Anglo-Saxon crown.
King Christian X of Denmark. Small silver and enamel ladies lapel badge with brooch pin fitting makers mark and 995 silver stamp to the reverse. The monogram of King Christian X on a crowned red enamel pendant bearing the dates " 1870 1940" . These badges were worn during the war by the people of Denmark to show solidarity with their king.
King Edward VI Grammar School-Bury St. Edmunds. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A crowned horseshoe bearing the title, \" Bury School \" with a Tudor Rose on a pair of crossed arrows resting upon a torse to the centre.
King Edward VI School- Chelmsford. Scarce embroidered in red on purple Cadets beret badge. A shield bearing the Royal Arms surmounted by the crown and the letters, " E R " above the motto scroll.
King Edward VI School- Chelmsford. Scarce white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Royal Arms above the motto scroll surmounted by the crown flanked by the letters, " E R "
King Edward VI School. Embroidered red on black arched shaped shoulder title, " King Edward VI School / Chelmsford ".
King Edward's Horse. Brass shoulder title, " KEH ".
King Edward\'s Five Ways School- Birmingham. Heavy chromed cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A Phoenix rising from the flames above the title scroll, \" K.E. Five Ways School.\"
King Edward\'s Horse. { King\'s Overseas Dominions Regiment } Rare king\'s crown small size officers service dress bronze cap badge with two blades and makers details for \" J & Co. \" to the reverse. The \" KEH \" monogram to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto, \" Regi Adsumus Coloni \"
King Edward\'s Horse. { King\'s Overseas Dominions Regiment } King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Royal Arms surmounted by the Royal Crest within a wreath of oak and laurel carrying the title scroll, the motto scroll and the names of the various Commonwealth Countries involved.
King Edward\'s Horse. { King\'s Overseas Dominions Regiment } Scarce brass shoulder title, \" K E H / K O D R \" { With Staining }
King Edward\'s Horse. { King\'s Overseas Dominions Regiment } Scarce brass early \" Spikey Crown \" pattern cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Arms to the centre of a wreath of oak and laurel surmounted by the Royal Crest and title scroll. Upon the wreath the titles of the various Commonwealth Countries involved above the \" KODR \" tablet and motto scroll. { Crown slightly bent and both loops squeezed in, priced accordingly }
King Edward\'s School - Bath. Small white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of EviR surmounted by the Royal Crest to the centre of a Garter strap above the scroll, " Edv VI Schol Regal Bathon. "
King Edward\'s School - Bath. Unmarked silver officers small cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of EviR to the centre of a Garter Strap surmounted by the Victorian Royal Crest above the scroll, " Edv. VI Schol Regal Bathon "
King Edward\'s School - Birmingham- Cadets. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of King Edward VI above the title scroll, " K.E.S. Birmingham C.C.F. "
King William's School Thame. Extremely rare brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A knight's helm upon a shield bearing the School Arms,above double motto scrolls,"Sic Itur Ad Astra" and "Schola Tamensis"
King William\'s College - Isle of Man. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the College above the motto scroll surmounted by a Bishop's Mitre.
King William\'s College- Isle of Man. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Great Seal of the College.
King's African Rifles. Brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 1st. [ Nyasaland ] Battalion King's African Rifles. The number " 1 " to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the title scroll.
King's African Rifles. King's crown black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The number "7" to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the title scroll. Formed in 1917 from men of the Zanzibar African Rifles.
King's African Rifles. Scarce WW II green on black embroidered shoulder title,King's African Rifles. [Paper spots glued to reverse,removed from old album.]
King's African Rifles. Brass queen's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 1 " to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the title scroll. Worn by the 1st. [Nyasaland ] Battalion.
King's African Rifles. Queen's crown officers gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A heart shape [Representing the Arabic number 5 ] to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the title scroll. Worn by the 5th. [Uganda ] Battalion K.A.R.
King's African Rifles. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse worn by the 4th. [Uganda ] Battalion K.A.R. The number "4" to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the title scroll.
King's African Rifles. King's crown gilt cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 3rd. [Kenya ] Battalion K.A.R. The Arabic number "3" to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the title scroll.
King's African Rifles. Queen's crown officers gilt cap badge with two loops and later applied green backing material to the reverse,worn by the 4th. [Uganda ] Battalion K.A.R. The Arabic number " 4" to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the title scroll.
King's African Rifles. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse the Arabic numeral " 6" . Worn by the 6th. Battalion [British Somaliland ] King's African Rifles.
King's African Rifles. Brass shoulder title, 4 / K.A.R. Worn by the 4th. [ Uganda ] Battalion King's African Rifles.
King's African Rifles. Queen's crown hallmarked silver officers small sized cap badge with two loops makers details for Gaunt and Birmingham Hallmarks for 1959. The number " 1 " to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the title scroll. Worn by an officer of the 1st. [ Nyasaland ] Battalion King's African Rifles. [ Finish brighter than picture shows ]
King's Colonials Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce pair of brass collar badges worn by the New Zealand Squadron King's Colonials. The letters " N.Z. " on a fern leaf.
King's Colonials Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce pair of " Regimental Pattern " collar badges. The Prince of Wales's plumes above the " KC " monogram and tri-part motto scroll. [ Very close match, one being voided below the plumes.]
King's Colonials. Scarce yellow brass slouch hat badge with three loops to the reverse. The letters " KC" surmounted by the Prince of Wale's plumes above the scroll," Regi Adsumus Coloni"
King's Own [Royal Lancaster Regiment.] Rare WW II blue on orange shoulder title, "King's Own" Worn only by the 8th.Battalion of the Regiment in Malta. [Old identification label to the reverse]
King's Own Border Regiment. Pair of yellow on green with a black border embroidered shoulder titles." King's Own Border / Glider. "
King's Own Light Infantry [ South Yorkshire Regiment ] Scarce brass first pattern home service helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose between the strings of a bugle horn above the motto scroll " Cede Nullis " to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " South Yorkshire " Designed to be worn with the universal pattern helmet plate.
King's Own Malta Regiment. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A maltese cross to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title,within a wreath of oak that also bears a tablet "MDCCC"
King's Own Malta Regiment. Rare WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. The Maltese Cross to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of oak carrying the date " MDCCC "
King's Own Regiment.[ Royal Lancaster ] WW II printed white on red shoulder title, King's Own. [ Slightly Grubby ]
King's Own Rifles of Canada. Black-brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,within a maltese cross carrying WWI battle honours on each arm. Below the crown a tablet with the motto,Celer Et Audax.
King's Own Scottish Borderers. Excellent quality pair of gold and silver wire with blue highlights large size embroidered officers collar badges. Edinburgh Castle above a scroll bearing the title. [Approx 7 x 4.5 cms.]
King's Own Scottish Borderers. Brass shoulder title,T / 5 / KOSB. Worn by the 5th. Territorial [Dumfries] Battalion.
King's Own Scottish Borderers. Scarce early pattern curved brass shoulder title, " KOSB "
King's Own Scottish Borderers. White metal Victorian other ranks home service helmet plate centre with three loops to the reverse. Edinburgh Castle to the centre of a saltire and circlet bearing the title with double motto scrolls and a wreath of thistle surmounted by the Royal Crest. Designed to be worn with the universal pattern helmet back. [ Red cloth to centre for display ]
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Scarce black embroidered on pale khaki tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on, "KOYLI".
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Unusual pattern small size pair of locally made white on dark green shoulder titles, " K.O.Y.L.I. "
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Mint unissued WW I embroidered white on khaki shoulder strap slip-on with canvas loop to the reverse. A curled bugle horn above " K.O.Y.L.I. "
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Large size [ Approx 6 x 3.5 cms ] bi / metal slouch hat badge with two loops to the reverse. A coiled bugle horn. [See item 21844 for more information ]
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Scarce brass shoulder title worn on the tropical uniform overseas. A curled bugle horn bearing the title, " Yorkshire " [ Loops squeezed in ] [ See item 21844 for more information ]
King's Own Yorkshire Yeomanry [Light Infantry] Queen's crown "new-metal" cap badge with two loops and original back-plate to the reverse. The bugle horn to the centre of a pair of crossed cavalry lances with the crown above and the title scroll,KOYY[LI] below.
King's Regiment [ Liverpool ] Bi / metal home service helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Liverpool ". Designed to be worn with the universal pattern helmet plate. [Now with black cloth backing for display ]
King's Regiment [ Liverpool ] Black-brass shoulder title, " King's ". Probably worn on the greatcoat alone, or as part of a two piece Territorial Battalion Title.
King's Regiment [ Liverpool ] Scarce WW II printed white on red shoulder title " The King's Regiment " still affixed to a Chief Inspectorate of Clothing pattern card. The card is dated 1943 with manufacturers details and wax seals to the reverse.
King's Regiment [ Liverpool ] Scarce brass shoulder title " King's " in old English script worn by Officers of the 1st. Battalion in India in the early 1900's.
King's Regiment [ Liverpool ] - Territorials. Scarce king's crown white metal pipers ? badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse worn by the 10th. [ Scottish ] Territorial Battalion King's Liverpool Regiment. The White Horse of Hanover and " Kings " scroll mounted upon the Cross of St. Andrew within a crowned thistle wreath. [ See my item 21390 for earlier hallmarked pouch badge for the Volunteers ]
King's Regiment [ Liverpool ]- [ Liverpool Scottish ] Scarce brass sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover and the title scroll " The King's " within a half wreath of laurel and the title, " Liverpool Scottish " upon the ball of a fused grenade. Worn by " Trench Bombers " of the 10th. Battalion [ Liverpool Scottish ] King's [ Liverpool ] Regiment. Ordered to be supplied by Gaunt's these badges were thought to have been paid for by the Regiment's Commanding Officer. [ Gaunt Collection with slight staining from storage ]
King's Regiment [Liverpool ] Pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges. The White Horse of Hanover upon a torse above the title scroll, " King's " in old English script. [Cleaned to brass as often found on tropical k.d. ]
King's Regiment [Liverpool] Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover upon a torse,above the title scroll "King's" in Old English script.
King's Regiment [Liverpool] -Volunteers. Rare hallmarked silver king's crown officers pouch badge with three screw bolts [Two original nuts] and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover and title scroll, "Kings" upon a saltire within a crowned wreath of thistle that bears makers details,"F & S" and Birmingham hallmarks for 1901. Worn by the 10th. [Scottish ] Volunteer Battalion King's Regiment [Liverpool]
King's Regiment [Liverpool] -Volunteers. Scarce Victorian officers Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse,worn by the 5th.[Irish] Volunteer Battalion King's Liverpool Regiment. The Angel Harp in a wreath of shamrock on a scarlet backing to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,within a wreath of laurel,mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
King's Regiment [Liverpool]- [Liverpool Scottish] Scarce WW I brass sleeve badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover and the title scroll, "The King's" within a half wreath of laurel and the title, "Liverpool Scottish" on the ball of a fused grenade. Worn by "Trench Bombers " of the 10th.Territorial Battalion [Liverpool Scottish] The King's Regiment. [Thought to have been paid for by the Commanding Officer of the Regiment.]
King's Regiment [Liverpool]-Territorials. Rare officers king's crown unmarked silver caubeen badge with slider fitting bearing makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Crowned Angel Harp and motto within a wreath of shamrock above a strung bugle horn. Below the wreath scrolls bear the titles, "8th.Irish Batt.King's Regt. L'pool" and "South Africa 1900-1902". Worn after the Regiment was re-raised in 1939. [See Peter Brydon's excellent book on the Regiment for more details.]
King's Regiment- Liverpool. Scarce WWI brass elliptical shoulder title, " City Batn. / 1 / The Kings." Worn by the 17th. [1st. City ] Battalion King's Regiment [ Liverpool ] [ Known as the " Liverpool Pals "]
King's Royal Rifle Corps. Scarce officers blackened with polished high-lights "Astrakhan " busby badge with two loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross,with battle honours to each of the arms.
King's Royal Rifle Corps. Scarce WW I embroidered example of the red on green foreign service helmet pagri flash. The number " 60 " below the strings of a bugle horn. [ Edges probably trimmed down ] [ 60 being the Regiment's old " Foot " number] [Backing is green - reacted to picture backing colour.]
King's Shropshire Light Infantry-Volunteers. Scarce black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn with " 2nd. V.B. " between the strings above the scroll, " Shropshire ".
King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Scarce Victorian first pattern brass shoulder title, " S.L.I." [ As Westlake item 1263]
King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Scarce WW II embroidered yellow on green shoulder title,King's Shropshire L.I. [Right side cut off close to the lettering.]
King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Pair of officers small size silver / gilt collar badges. The " KSLI " monogram within a strung bugle horn.
King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Scarce woven ribbon cockade " cap badge " with rusted pin fitting to the reverse. The cockade formed from the ribbon of the French Croix De Guerre worn on the service dress cap by the 4th. Battalion K.S.L.I. [ Also by the Leeds Rifles ] Awarded to certain British Units by the French Army in WW I for their support, most units wear it as a strip of ribbon on the arm.
King's Shropshire Light Infantry. WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. The " KSLI " acronym to the centre of a strung bugle horn.
King\'s African Rifles. Scarce king's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The number " 1 " to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the furled title scroll. Worn by the 1st { Nyasaland } Battalion King's African Rifles.
King\'s African Rifles. Scarce locally made embroidered in black on pale k.d shoulder title, " Kings African Rifles.
King\'s African Rifles. Scarce WW I headdress badge worn by the 7th. { Zanzibar } Battalion King\'s African Rifles. The Arabic numeral \" 7 \" in brass mounted upon the original green and maroon backing flash.
King\'s African Rifles. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse worn by the 2nd {Nyasaland} Battalion K.A.R. The number " 2 " to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the title scroll.
King\'s African Rifles. King's crown officers bronze cap badge with two loops and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The number " 2 " to the centre of a crowned bugle horn above the title scroll. Worn by the 2nd. { Nyasaland } Battalion King's African Rifles.
King\'s Colonials - Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce yellow brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A large fern leaf bearing the letters, " N.Z. " worn by the New Zealand Squadron King's Colonials.
King\'s Colonials - Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass collar badge worn by " D Squadron-South African " An ostrich above the title scroll, " British African " with a background depicting a mountain range.
King\'s Colonials, Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce yellow brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse worn by \" C Squadron \" King\'s Colonials. A kangaroo above the title scroll, \" Australia.\" { This was the second pattern badge after the New Zealand squadron took into use the Fern Leaf badge }
King\'s Colonials, Imperial Yeomanry. scarce yellow brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse worn by \" C Squadron \" King\'s Colonials. A kangaroo and a fern leaf against a stylized rising sun above the title scroll, \" Australasian \"
King\'s Colonials, Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce yellow brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse worn by \" D Squadron - British African \" King\'s Colonials. An ostrich in front of a mountain range and a stylized sunrise above the furled title scroll.
King\'s Colonials, Imperial Yeomanry. Rare officers gilt headdress badge with two loops to the reverse worn by \" B Squadron- British American \" King\'s Colonials. A beaver chewing a log backed by a maple leaf above the title scroll, \" British American \"
King\'s Commendation for Bravery. Rare WW II grey plastic lapel badge with brooch pin fitting registration and patent numbers to the red plastic reverse. A tablet bearing " For Brave Conduct " upon an upright sword within a crowned laurel wreath. Instituted in 1942 by order of the King to be awarded to civilians for acts of bravery in wartime. [ Slightly warped around the middle.]
King\'s Own { Royal Lancaster Regiment } Scarce early 1900's brass shoulder title, " King's Own "
King\'s Own Borderers. Scarce victorian white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. Edinburgh Castle on a saltire to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " The King's Own Borderers " within a wreath of thistle carrying double motto scrolls surmounted by the Royal Crest. { Worn from 1881-1887 before the addition of the word " Scottish " added to the title }
King\'s Own Malta Regiment. Scarce two-piece construction king\'s crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A maltese cross to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of oak carrying a tablet with the date, \" MDCCC\"
King\'s Own Regiment Lancaster Silver plated officers cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Lion of England above the title scroll.
King\'s Own Regiment { Royal Lancaster } - Volunteers. Scarce Victorian officers Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. Volunteer Battalion Royal Lancaster Regiment. The Lion of England on a { faded } scarlet backing to the centre of a Garter Strap within a wreath of laurel bearing double scrolls carrying the titles mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star back-plate.
King\'s Own Regiment. {Royal Lancaster} WW II printed in white on red shoulder title, " King's Own " still affixed to a 1943 dated Chief Inspectorate of Clothing Pattern Card with original wax seals to the reverse.
King\'s Own Regiment. {Royal Lancaster} Fine quality large sized pair of silver officers collar badges with " Sterling " stamp to the reverse. The Lion of England.
King\'s Own Regiment. {Royal Lancaster} Scarce embroidered in blue on scarlet foreign service helmet pagri flash, " King's Own."
King\'s Own Regiment. {Royal Lancaster} Very scarce fine quality officers heavy white metal overseas foreign service helmet pagri badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Lion of England above the furled title scroll, \" The King\'s Own \" { Approx 7 cms wide }
King\'s Own Regiment. {Royal Lancaster} WW II embroidered in black on pale tropical k.d. shoulder strap slip-on, " King's Own" {Has been made and worn on a narrow shoulder strap so the lettering does not show completely}
King\'s Own Regiment. {Royal Lancaster} Scarce WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for \" F & G \" to the reverse. The Lion of England above the voided title \" The King\'s Own \"
King\'s Own Scottish Borderers- Volunteers. Scarce victorian white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Berwickshire } Volunteer Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers. The Royal Crest upon a wreath of thistle with double motto scrolls a circlet bearing the title and Edinburgh Castle upon a saltire. To the lower edge of the badge a small scroll, " 2nd. Volunteer Battn."
King\'s Own Scottish Borderers- Volunteers. Victorian other ranks white metal home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Berwickshire }Volunteer Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers. Edinburgh Castle upon a saltire to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a wreath of thistle carrying the two motto scrolls surmounted by the Royal Crest. To the lower part of the saltire a small scroll bearing " 2nd. Volunteer Battln. "
King\'s Own Scottish Borderers. King\'s crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. Edinburgh Castle on a saltire to the centre of a circlet bearing the title between the double motto scrolls within a wreath of thistle surmounted by the Royal Crest.
King\'s Own Scottish Borderers. Victorian white metal other ranks glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. Edinburgh Castle upon a saltire to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a wreath of thistle that carries the two motto scrolls surmounted by the Royal crest.
King\'s Own Scottish Borderers. Fine quality officers king's crown " Fully Voided " silvered glengarry badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. Edinburgh Castle upon a saltire to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a wreath of thistle with double motto scrolls above and below.
King\'s Own Scottish Borderers. Queen\'s crown white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. Edinburgh Castle on a saltire to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a wreath of thistle carrying double motto scrolls surmounted by the Royal Crest.
King\'s Own Scottish Borderers. Victorian white metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. A circlet bearing the title with Edinburgh Castle on a saltire to the centre with double motto scrolls above and below within a wreath of thistle and surmounted by the Royal Crest.
King\'s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Scarce WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A curled bugle horn.
King\'s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Officers single gold bullion wire and gilt metal collar badge. The Yorkshire Rose to the centre of a curled bugle horn.
King\'s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. WW II printed in white on red shoulder title, " K.O.Y.L.I. "
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool } WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades { Folded into loops } to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover upon a torse above the title scroll " King's " in old English script. { More unusual Silver colour - see my item 24692 for normal light bronze example.}
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool } Officers silver / gilt beret badge with two long loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover above the title scroll, " King's " in old English script.
King\'s Regiment Liverpool Brass shoulder title, T / 7 / King's . Worn by the 7th. { Liverpool } Territorial Battalion King's Regiment { Liverpool }
King\'s Regiment Liverpool Scarce WW I elliptical brass shoulder title, " City Batn. / 4 / The Kings " Worn by the { 4th. City } 20th. Service Battalion King's Regiment { Liverpool } as part of Kitchener's Army.
King\'s Regiment Liverpool Bi / metal early pattern cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover above the title scroll, " The Kings "
King\'s Regiment Liverpool Brass shoulder title, " T / 9 / King's " worn by the 9th. { Liverpool } Territorial Battalion King's Regiment { Liverpool }
King\'s Regiment Liverpool Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { Folded into loops } and makers detail for Gaunt London to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover upon a torse above the title scroll, " King's " in Old English script.
King\'s Regiment Liverpool - {Territorials.} Scarce officers service dress boss badge with wire fittings to the reverse. The crowned Angel Harp above the title scroll, " 8th. { Irish } Bn. The King's L'pool Reg. " in silver plate ? on a dark green boss.
King\'s Regiment Liverpool - Territorials. King's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 8th. { Irish } Territorial Battalion King's Regiment { Liverpool } The crowned Angel Harp within a wreath of shamrock above the tri-part title scroll.
King\'s Regiment Liverpool - Territorials. Scarce white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 7th. Territorial Battalion King's Regiment [ Liverpool ] The Horse of Hanover above the title scroll, The " Kings "
King\'s Regiment Liverpool - Territorials. Fine quality white metal sporran badge with two screw bolts and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover above the scroll, " The " Kings" upon a saltire within a circlet bearing the title, " Liverpool Scottish " and a spray of thistle. Worn by the 10th. { Scottish } Territorial Battalion King's Liverpool Regiment. { Designed for the sporran but often worn as a glengarry badge }
King\'s Regiment Liverpool - Territorials. WW I hallmarked silver cap badge converted to brooch pin fitting bearing makers details for Elkington's and London hallmarks for 1914 to the reverse. Worn by the 17th- 20th. Battalions King's { Liverpool } Regiment { Liverpool Pals } The Crest and Motto of Lord Derby who presented all early volunteers with the silver badge.
King\'s Regiment Liverpool - Territorials. Scarce king's crown officers cross-belt plate with four screw bolts and original back-plate bearing makers details for Hobsons London to the reverse worn by the 5th. Territorial Battalion King's regiment { Liverpool } A crowned bugle horn to the centre of a blank circlet and maltese cross within a wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll, " 5th. Battn. The King's Liverpool Regt." surmounted by the crown upon a blank tablet.
King\'s Regiment Liverpool - Territorials. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 17th-20th. { Liverpool Pals } Battalions King\'s { Liverpool } Regiment as part of Kitchener\'s Army. The Crest and Motto of Lord Derby.
King\'s Regiment Liverpool - Volunteers. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. Volunteer Battalion King's { Liverpool } Regiment. The White Horse of Hanover above " 1st. V.B. " and the title scroll, " The Kings "
King\'s Regiment Liverpool - Volunteers. Victorian white metal glengarry badge with three loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Liverpool 6th. Voln. Battn. "
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool } Brass two-piece shoulder title, T / 5 / King's complete with original shaped brass back-plate. Worn by the 5th. { Liverpool } Territorial Battalion King's Regiment { Liverpool } { Both sections are identical in colour,and have always been together.}
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool } Black-brass shoulder title, " T / 6 / Liverpool " Worn by the 6th. { Rifle }Territorial Battalion King's Regiment { Liverpool } { Blacking to the front worn }
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool } Fine quality silver sweetheart brooch with pin fitting makers details for " T.L.M " and a " Sterling " stamp to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover and " The King's " mounted upon a saltire within an oval bearing a thistle spray and the title, " Liverpool Scottish. { 10th. { Liverpool Scottish } Territorial Battalion King's Regiment { Liverpool } { Approx 3 x 3 cms }
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool } - Territorials. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 8th. { Irish } Battalion King's Regiment { Liverpool } The crowned Angel Harp within a wreath of shamrock above the furled title scroll.
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool } Volunteers. Scarce white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 6th. Volunteer Battalion King's Regiment { Liverpool } The White Horse of Hanover above " 6th. V.B. " and the title scroll, " The Kings "
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool }-Territorials. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover upon a torse above the scroll, " King's " in old English script. Worn by the 7th. Territorial Battalion King's { Liverpool } Regiment.
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool }-Territorials. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" T / 10 / Scottish / Liverpool.\". Worn by the 10th. { Scottish } Battalion King\'s Regiment. { Liverpool.}
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool }-Territorials. White metal glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 10th. { Liverpool Scottish } Territorial Battalion King\'s Regiment { Liverpool } The White Horse of Hanover upon the title scroll, \" The Kings \" mounted upon a saltire within a half wreath of laurel and the arched title, \" Liverpool Scottish.\"
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool }-Territorials. Black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 6th. Territorial Battalion King\'s Regiment. { Liverpool } A strung bugle horn surmounted by a rose.
King\'s Regiment { Liverpool }-Territorials. Black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 5th.Territorial Battalion King\'s { Liverpool } Regiment. The White Horse of Hanover above the furled title scroll, \" The \" Kings.\" { The horse\'s forelegs do not touch the scroll, they have been pushed down slightly in the photograph.}
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps - Cadets. King's crown black-brass small field service cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " 1st. C.B. King's Royal Rifles. " on a maltese cross bearing the South Africa honour to the arms surmounted by the crown upon the motto tablet, " Celer Et Audax " Formed in 1894 this Cadet Battalion has the distinction of being the only one to be awarded the South Africa honour after serving in South Africa with the " City Imperial Volunteers "
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps - Cadets. King's crown black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the " K.R.R.C. " title on a maltese cross with " C.L.B. " and " Cadets" to the arms surmounted by the crown upon a tablet, " Fight the Good Fight" {One of the WW I raised cadet companies formed by the Church Lads Brigade affiliated to the King's Royal Rifle Corps}
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. Victorian black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross carrying multiple battle honours to each arm surmounted by the crown upon the motto tablet, \" Celer Et Audax \"
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. Scarce king\'s crown black-brass cap badge with two loops and original scarlet backing material to the reverse worn only for a short while in the early 1900\'s. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross covered with battle honours and surmounted by the crown and motto tablet, \" Celer Et Audax \"
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. WW II printed in red on dark green shoulder title, " K.R.R.C. " { Glued paper spots to the reverse }
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and original shaped red cloth backing to the reverse. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross with numerous battle honours to each arm surmounted by the king's crown upon a tablet carrying the Regiment's motto, " Celer Et Audax "
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. King's crown black on scarlet embroidered Warrant Officer's sleeve rank insignia. The Royal Crest.
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. Victorian black-brass glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. A bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross with battle honours to each arm surmounted by the victorian crown upon the motto tablet, " Celer Et Audax " { Approx 6.5 cms high }
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. Scarce king\'s crown black brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn only for a short time in the early 1900\'s. A bugle horn to the centre of a voided circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross with arms covered with battle honours surmounted by the crown upon the motto tablet, \" Celer Et Audax \" { Approx 4.5 cms high.} { See my item 27309 for slightly larger pattern. }
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. Victorian black-brass cap badge with two loops squeezed in to the reverse. A bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross with battle honours to each arm, surmounted by the crown upon a tablet bearing the Regiment's motto.
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. Very scarce queen\'s crown plastic economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross with numerous battle honours to each arm surmounted by the crown upon the motto tablet, \" Celer Et Audax \"
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. Early pattern king's crown embroidered in black on red Warrant Officers sleeve rank insignia. The Royal Arms.
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. Scarce Officers king's crown black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn only for a short time in the early 1900's.. A bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross bearing honours to each arm surmounted by the crown on the motto tablet, " Celer Et Auadax "
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. Victorian black-brass other ranks home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a maltese cross with battle honours to each of the arms surmounted by the victorian crown upon the motto tablet, " Celer Et Audax " { Now with red backing material for display. }
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. Victorian black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the titles on a maltese cross with battle honours to each arm surmounted by the crown on a tablet carrying the motto, " Celer Et Audax "
King\'s Royal Rifle Corps. Early pattern deeply padded embroidered in black on scarlet Warrant Officers sleeve rank insignia. A king's crown within a wreath of laurel.
King\'s Royal Rifles. Scarce WW I red on khaki shoulder title, \" K.R.R. \" that has been cut down slightly.
King\'s School - Canterbury-O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. { Original owner Cadet's name to the slider }
King\'s School -Bruton - O.T.C. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" King\'s School / O.T.C / Bruton.\"
King\'s School- Ely. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops { one repaired } to the reverse. Three keys to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star that carries the title scroll.
King\'s School- Worcestershire - O.T.C. Scarce black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The English Lion to the centre of a Garter Strap on a multi-rayed star above the furled title scroll, \" King\'s School O.T.C. \"
King\'s School-Rochester - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of Rochester above the title scroll surmounted by a Bishop's Mitre.
King\'s Shropshire Light Infantry. Hallmarked silver sweetheart brooch with pin fitting Birmingham hallmarks for 1915 and indistinct makers marks to the reverse. The representation of the " K.S.L.I. " cap badge in silver-gilt upon a Lee Enfield rifle with fixed bayonet.
King\'s Shropshire Light Infantry. Officers silver / gilt small size beret badge with two long loops { slightly squeezed in } to the reverse. The " KSLI" monogram to the centre of a strung bugle horn.
Kings Shropshire Light Infantry. Pair of brass shoulder titles,KSLI,worn by the 1st.Battalion in India.
Kings Shropshire Light Infantry. Pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges. The " KSLI " monogram below the strings of a bugle horn.
Kingston Grammar School - Cadets. Brass shoulder title, Kingston / C / Grammar School. Worn by the 1st. Cadet Battalion during WW I who were affiliated to the 6th. [Territorial ] Battalion East Surrey Regiment.
Kordofan Province. White metal cap badge with two loops and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The head of an antelope.
Labour Battalion. Most unusual king's crown enamelled sweetheart badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Royal Arms in various coloured enamels above the title scroll, " Labour Battalion " on a circular disc of mother of pearl.
Labour Corps / Pioneer Corps. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A wreath of laurel enclosing a rifle,shovel and pick-axe,above the motto scroll,Labor Omnia Vincit,surmounted by the crown.
Labour Corps. Scarce WW I white on khaki embroidered shoulder strap slip-on, " L.C. " with canvas loop to the reverse. [ Paper spot to the reverse.]
Lahore District. WW II embroidered example of the black field-gun { Zam-Zammah } on a scarlet backing with pale k.d. tropical material affixed to the reverse bearing four press-stud fittings to form a shoulder strap slip-on.
Lanarkshire Imperial Yeomanry. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The double-headed eagle from the Arms of the Royal Burgh of Lanark to the centre of a wreath of thistle above the tri-part title scroll.
Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers. Near mint white metal victorian glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The number "3 " to the centre of a strap bearing the title upon the Star of the Order of the Thistle surmounted by the crown. 3rd. Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers { Glasgow } became a Volunteer Battalion of the Cameronians { Scottish Rifles }
Lanarkshire Yeomanry. Scarce WW II embroidered red on black shoulder title, "Lanarkshire Yeomanry."
Lanarkshire Yeomanry. Brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting and strengthening bar to the reverse. The double-headed eagle from the Arms of the Royal Burgh of Lanark above the title scroll.
Lanarkshire Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, Y / Lanarkshire.
Lancashire - Home Guard. WW II printed shoulder designation, " EL / 4 ". Worn by the 4th. Lancashire [South Lonsdale ] Battalion [Morecambe ] Home Guard. Commanded by Lt.Col. W.A.Wolfendale MC.
Lancashire Division. Scarce embroidered example of the Red Lancashire Rose upon four green \" Eight\'s \" as the petals on a circular khaki backing. Worn by Lancashire units in the Rhineland in 1919 as the Army of Occupation. Sign taken from the WW I 32nd. Division = \" Four Eights\"
Lancashire Fusiliers - Territorials. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 5th.,6th., 7th., and 8th., [Territorial ] Battalions Lancashire Fusiliers. A sphinx upon a blank tablet on the ball of a fused grenade above a tri-part angular title scroll.
Lancashire Fusiliers { Territorials } Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with three blades to the reverse. The sphinx upon a blank tablet within a wreath of laurel mounted upon the ball of a fused grenade above the tri-part angular title scroll, " The Lancashire Fusiliers "
Lancashire Fusiliers. WW II white on red printed shoulder title, " Lancashire Fusiliers "
Lancashire Fusiliers. Scarce WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for " F & G " to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour to the ball of a fused grenade above the tri-part angular title scroll.
Lancashire Fusiliers. Unusual silver plated officers shoulder title. The sphinx within a wreath mounted upon the ball of a fused grenade flanked by the letters, " L F "
Lancashire Fusiliers. Superb quality mint officers gilt and silver plated cap badge with two loops makers details for Gaunt London and a \" P \" stamp to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour mounted upon the ball of a fused grenade above the angular title scroll, \" The Lancashire Fusiliers \"
Lancashire Fusiliers. Brass first pattern two-piece shoulder title, " Grenade / LF "
Lancashire Fusiliers. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with three blades and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour within a laurel wreath mounted upon the ball of a fused grenade above the tri-part angular title scroll.
Lancashire Fusiliers. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the white fused grenade on a Primrose Yellow backing. Worn by the 9th. Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers as part of the 10th. Armoured Brigade.
Lancashire Fusiliers. WW II white on red shoulder " Lancashire Fusiliers " title still affixed to a 1943 dated " Chief Inspectorate of Clothing " pattern card. The reverse has the original wax seals and manufacturers notations.
Lancashire Fusiliers. Scarce brass shoulder title, T / 8 / grenade / LF. Worn by the 8th. [ Salford ] Territorial Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers.
Lancashire Fusiliers. Group of items to an officer in the Lancashire Fusiliers. Fine quality officers maroon and primrose field service cap with bullion wire embroidered cap badge, gilt \" XX \" buttons to the front and Piccadilly London tailors label bearing owners name to the interior. Accompanied by an embroidered WWI 55th. Infantry Division formation sign, a life members card for the 55th. Division, a khaki pen / map case some original paperwork and some later added research paperwork.
Lancashire Fusiliers. Pale tropical k.d. embroidered officers shoulder strap slip-on bearing the brown and off-white insignia of two " Pips " and " L grenade F ".
Lancashire Fusiliers. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the small white fused grenade on a scarlet backing worn by the 2nd. Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers.
Lancashire Fusiliers. Scarce brass shoulder title, " L grenade F / Salford " with one of the three loops to the reverse absent. Worn by the WW I raised " Salford Service Battalions " Lancashire Fusiliers.
Lancashire Fusiliers. Officers field service cap " Boss " badge with long screw bolt fitting to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour mounted upon a maroon corded boss.
Lancashire Fusiliers. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the white fused grenade on a black background. Worn by the Lancashire Fusiliers as 108th. Regiment Royal Armoured Corps.
Lancashire Fusiliers. Embroidered in white on scarlet foreign service helmet or slouch hat badge. The letters, " L F " below a fused grenade. {Approx 9 cms high.}
Lancashire Hussars Imperial Yeomanry. Near mint yellow brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose above the furled title scroll, \" Lancashire Hussars I.Y. \"
Lancashire Hussars Imperial Yeomanry. Rare officers die-cast silver gilt slouch hat badge with two loops to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose above the title scroll, " Lancashire Hussars I.Y. "
Lancashire Hussars Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { Folded into loops } to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose above the title scroll, " Lancashire Hussars I.Y. "
Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose above the furled title scroll, \" Lancashire Hussars \"
Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry. Fine quality mint gilt officers slouch hat badge with two loops and original maroon backing cloth to the reverse The Lancashire Rose. {Approx 5 x 5 cms.}
Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry. Two king's crown officers collar badges, one silver plated and one in bronze. The crowned Lancashire Rose above the furled title scroll, " Lancashire Hussars."
Lancashire Hussars. Brass shoulder title, " L H Y "
Lancashire Hussars. Scarce large pattern brass shoulder title, " L H " { Slight stain to upper edge }
Lancashire Hussars. Scarce white metal shoulder title, " T / Y / Lancashire Hussars " with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse.
Lancashire Hussars. Rare king's crown officers silver / gilt small size field service cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose in gilt above the title scroll ," Lancashire Hussars " surmounted by the crown.
Lancashire Hussars. Scarce pattern brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse where the " I.Y " title has been removed from the die. The Lancashire Rose above the title scroll, " Lancashire Hussars "
Lancashire Hussars. Scarce pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges. The Lancashire Rose above the title scroll.
Lancashire Hussars. Rare small size officers bronze cap badge with two blades { folded into loops } and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose above the furled title scroll.
Lancashire Hussars. Brass shoulder title, " T / Y / Lancashire Hussars "
Lancashire Militia. Group of items to the Lancashire Militia. Officers silvered cross-belt plate with four screw bolts to the reverse. The roman numeral " VII " between the strings of a bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Lancashire Rifles " on a decorated maltese cross. A separate victorian crown to be worn above the plate and a Lancashire Rose that was placed over the centre of the plate when the unit became " Royal Lancashire Militia " loosing its designated number. Also included is a victorian photograph of an officer wearing the cross-belt. { Named to the reverse }
Lancashire Rifle Volunteers. White metal pouch badge with two lug fittings to the reverse. The number " 68 " between the strings of a bugle horn. Worn by the 68th. Lancashire { Liverpool } Rifle Volunteers.
Lancashire Rifle Volunteers. Liverpool Very scarce officers Victorian Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the 19th. Lancashire Rifle Volunteer Corps. This title on a strap terminating in the Lancashire Rose with a fused grenade on a black cloth ground to the centre within a wreath of laurel all mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star back-plate.[ Became the 6th. Volunteer Battalion [ Liverpool ] King's Regiment ]
Lancashire Special Constabulary. Chrome and enamel king's crown large size lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Lloyd,Payne,and Amiel,Manchester to the reverse. The red enamelled Rose of Lancashire surmounted by the crown above the title,"Special Constable"on white enamel within a blue enamelled circlet bearing the full title.
Lancing College - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A rampant lion holding a fleur-de-lys upon the tri-part furled title scroll.
Land Forces Hong Kong. Yellow Chinese dragon on a red and black background that has been embroidered over to "Individualise" it !
Le Regiment De La Chaudiere. Superb quality officers silver / gilt cap badge with screw bolt fittings with original nuts and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse. Crossed Vickers Guns above a tri-part furled scroll bearing maple leaves and the motto surmounted by a beaver and a fleur-de-lys.
Le Regiment De Maisonneuve - Canada. Superb quality officers king's crown silver,gilt and enamel cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt Montreal [Made in England ] to the reverse. Three torches in red enamel to the centre of a strap bearing the title upon a fleur-de-lys within a crowned wreath of maple that carries the tri-part motto scroll,
Leeds Grammar School -O.T.C. Brass shoulder title, \" OTC / Leeds \" complete with shaped brass back-plate.
Leeds Rifles. { Prince of Wales\'s Own Regiment of Yorkshire } Queen\'s crown anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt Birmingham. A crowned bugle horn to the centre of a circlet bearing the title on a crowned maltese cross within a laurel wreath carrying the title scroll, \" The Leeds Rifles\"
Leeds University 0.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A sphinx upon a torse.
Leeds University 0.T.C. Silver anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. A sphinx with wings above the tri-part title scroll. { Usually found in gold anodised }
Leeds University 0.T.C. Anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A winged sphinx above the tri-part title scroll.
Leeds Volunteer Training Corps. Scarce WW I black-brass cap badge with two flat loops and makers details for Fattorini Bolton to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the City of Leeds to the centre of a crowned circlet carrying the title above the furled motto scrolls all backed by a pair of crossed rifles.
Leeward Islands. Scarce king's crown bronze cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An old style sailing ship a windmill and the sun to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above the title scroll and the names of the islands within the group, Antigua,St.Kitts Nevis Montserrat and the Virgin Islands.
Leicestershire Imperial Yeomanry. Very scarce king\'s crown large brass slouch hat badge with two loops to the reverse. The letters, \" L I Y \" surmounted by the crown above the furled title scroll, \" Prince Albert\'s own.\"
Leicestershire Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce white metal king\'s crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The letters, \" L I Y \" surmounted by the crown within a wreath of laurel bearing the South Africa honour scrolls and the supplementary title, \" Prince Albert\'s Own \"
Leicestershire Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" L I Y \"
Leicestershire Imperial Yeomanry. { Prince Albert\'s Own } Scarce unmarked silver officers cap badge with two silver loops to the reverse. The \" Leicestershire \" title upon the Crest of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha above double scrolls bearing, \" Prince Albert\'s Own I.Y. \" and \" South Africa 1900-02 \"
Leicestershire Regiment - Territorials. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Royal Tiger standing on ground above the title scroll, " Leicestershire " . Worn by the 4th.5th.and 6th. Territorial Battalions Leicestershire Regiment.
Leicestershire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce officers victorian silvered white metal Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. Administrative Battalion Leicestershire Rifle Volunteers. This title on a strap with a strung bugle horn on black velvet backing to the centre within a wreath of laurel mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star back-plate.
Leicestershire Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce officers king's crown home service helmet plate with three loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Royal Tiger and South Africa honour scroll on a black velvet ground to the centre of a Garter Strap within a wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll, " 1st. V.B. Leicestershire Regiment " all mounted upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Leicestershire Regiment. Superb quality officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The Royal Tiger with the Regiment's main honour " Hindoostan " above the title scroll, " Leicestershire" {Silver parts now toned black}
Leicestershire Regiment. Good example of the Victorian / edwardian pattern bi / metal cap badge with two black loops to the reverse. The Royal Tiger above the title, \" Leicestershire \" with the regiment\'s main honour \" Hindoostan \" in an arched scroll to its back.
Leicestershire Regiment. WW II printed in white on red shoulder title, \" Leicestershire \"
Leicestershire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 5 / Leicester. Worn by the 5th. { Leicester } Territorial Battalion Leicestershire Regiment.
Leicestershire Regiment. Pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges. The Royal Tiger to the centre of a wreath of laurel above the title scroll. [ Slightly cleaned to brass as worn on k.d.]
Leicestershire Regiment. Officers service dress cap badge with two blades and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Royal Tiger with the " Hindoostan " honour above the title scroll, " Leicestershire ".
Leicestershire Regiment. Superb quality officers silver and gilt early \" Station Master \" style forage cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Tiger with \" Hindoostan \" honour above the Angel Harp and furled title scroll, \" Leicestershire Regiment \" { Approx 5.5 x 5.5 cms } { All silver fittings now toned to black }
Leicestershire Regiment. Bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Tiger on ground above the title scroll with the Regiment's main honour " Hindoostan " on an arched scroll to its back. [Gaunt Collection.]
Leicestershire Regiment. Scarce king's crown white metal Indian mess servant's pagri badge with two loops to the reverse. The intertwined letters " LR " surmounted by the crown. [ Approx 4 cms high ]
Leicestershire Regiment. WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-om, " Leicestershire " with canvas loops to the reverse.
Leicestershire Regiment. WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Royal Tiger above the scroll, \" Leicestershire \" with the Regiment\'s main honour \" Hindoostan \" to the tiger\'s back, { An old period repair to the scroll end.}
Leicestershire Regiment. WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Royal Tiger with the Regiment's main honour " Hindoostan " above the title scroll, " Leicestershire "
Leicestershire Regiment. WW II black on khaki embroidered shoulder strap slip-on, \" Leicestershire \" with two khaki cloth loops to the reverse.
Leicestershire Volunteer Regiment. Pair of white metal collar badges. Three English Lions to the centre of a wreath of laurel.
Leicestershire Volunteer Regiment. WW I bronzed-brass cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A running fox above the letters, \" L.V.R. \" within a laurel wreath. Raised as part of the Volunteer Training Corps in WW I .
Leicestershire Yeomanry. { Prince Albert\'s Own } Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt London. The Crest of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha surmounted by the \" Leicestershire \" title above double scrolls carrying the supplementary title and the South Africa honour.
Leicestershire Yeomanry. { Prince Albert\'s Own } Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Crest of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha surmounted by the title \" Leicestershire \" above a furled scroll bearing the supplementary title.
Leicestershire Yeomanry. { Prince Albert\'s Own } Scarce solid pattern brass shoulder title, \" Leicestershire / P.A.O. / Yeomanry \"
Leicestershire Yeomanry. { Prince Albert\'s Own } Officers hallmarked silver cap badge with two silver loops makers details for Gaunt and Birmingham hallmarks for 1926 to the reverse. The Crest of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha above double scrolls bearing the title and South Africa honour surmounted by the \" Leicestershire \" title
Leicestershire Yeomanry. { Prince Albert\'s Own } Fine quality other ranks full dress peaked cap in black with red crown piping and centre band with a black peak with green underside. The cap bears a white metal cap badge with plain flat white metal buttons to the black chinstrap. The interior has a leather sweatband { one slight tear } with added soft velvet forehead protector. Near mint condition with no moth or damage.
Leicestershire Yeomanry. { Prince Albert\'s Own } White metal NCO\'s sleeve badge with three loops to the reverse. The title scroll, \" Leicestershire \" upon the Crest of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha above the subsidiary title scroll, \" Prince Albert\'s Own \" and the South Africa honour scroll. { Approx 6 cms high }
Leicestrshire Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, Y / Leicester.
Leinster Regiment. { Prince of Wales\'s Royal Canadians } Rare Officers / NCO's early pattern silver / gilt forage cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes and coronet with angled motto and title scroll, " The Leinster ". { Approx 7 cms high }
Leinster Regiment.{ Prince of Wales\'s -Royal Canadians.} Early pattern bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the title scroll, \" The Leinster \"
Les Fusiliers De Sherbrooke - Canada. Superb quality Queen's crown officers silver gilt and enamel cap badge with two screw bolt fittings retaining original nuts to the reverse. The crown upon the ball of a fused grenade backed with red enamel to the centre of a beaver surmounting the circlet bearing the title upon a maple leaf,with the motto scroll to the lower part. [See item 21453 for king's crown pattern]
Les Fusiliers De Sherbrooke. Superb quality king's crown officers silver,gilt and enamel cap badge with two screw bolts and makers stamp mark to the reverse. The king's crown upon the ball of a fused grenade backed by red enamel to the centre of a beaver surmounting the circlet bearing the title mounted upon a maple leaf and motto scroll.
Lewis Gunner. Scarce red on white embroidered sleeve trade badge worn on the tropical tunic. The letters " LG " within a half wreath of laurel.
Lewis Gunner. Scarce WW II printed sleeve qualification badge in The letters " LG" within a half wreath of laurel.
Leys School - Cambridge. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the School to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto and title scroll, " Leys ".
Light Cavalry Band. Queen's crown " new metal " bandsman's cap badge with two loops and makers details for " F & S " to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover upon a crowned lyre that carries the title scroll backed by a pair of crossed swords and cavalry lances.
Lincolnshire County Division. WW II printed example of the red and green tulip on an off-white background. Also worn by the 212nd. Independent Infantry Brigade after the County Divisions were disbanded. [ Trimmed close to the edges priced accordingly ]
Lincolnshire Home Guard. WW II printed example of the green " Lincoln Imp " on a khaki backing. Worn by Lincolnshire Home Guard Units. { Imp is green,colour has reacted with the background. }
Lincolnshire Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the City of Lincoln surmounted by the crown within a wreath of laurel that carries a tri-part angular scroll carrying the title.
Lincolnshire Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass shoulder title, LIY.
Lincolnshire Regiment - Territorials. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 4th. and 5th.Territorial Battalions Lincolnshire Regiment. The sphinx upon a blank tablet above the scroll, " Lincolnshire "
Lincolnshire Regiment- Volunteers. Rare white metal cap badge with two loops { One slightly twisted } to the reverse. The sphinx upon a tablet, \" 3rd. Voln. Battn.\" above the scroll, \" Lincolnshire \" { 3rd. Volunteer Battalion formed at Grimsby }
Lincolnshire Regiment. WW II embroidered example of the red " X " on a black square backing. [ This represented the roman numeral for " 10 " the Regiments old " Foot " number ]
Lincolnshire Regiment. WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour above the title scroll, " Lincolnshire "
Lincolnshire Regiment. WW II printed white on red shoulder title, " Lincoln "
Lincolnshire Regiment. Scarce WW II embroidered red " X " on a black circle. [Representing the roman numeral 10 the Lincolnshire Regiment's old " Foot " number.
Lincolnshire Regiment. Embroidered example of the red " X " on a black square backing. This represented the roman numeral " 10 " the Lincolnshire Regiment's old " Foot " number. [ Sign is well used ]
Lincolnshire Regiment. Scarce pair of cast brass shoulder titles, " Lincoln " with integral lugs to the reverse. Probably made and worn in India.
Lincolnshire Regiment. Fine quality silver and enamel sweetheart brooch in the pattern of an officers cap badge with pin fitting and " Sterling " stamp to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour to the centre of a blue enamel circlet bearing the title on a silver multi-faceted star.
Lincolnshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, " T / 4 / Lincoln. Worn by the 4th. { Lincoln } Territorial Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment.
Lincolnshire Regiment. Scarce brass arm badge with two loops to the reverse still affixed to a section of khaki material, a " Lincolnshire Imp " Worn by Territorial Battalions of the Lincolnshire Regiment.
Lincolnshire Regiment. Fine quality officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour to the centre of a circlet bearing the title mounted upon a hob-nailed star.
Lincolnshire Yeomanry. King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A crowned shield bearing the Arms of the City of Lincoln within a wreath of laurel carrying angular title scrolls.
Liverpool Institute - O.T.C. Brass shoulder title, Liverpool / O.T.C. / Institute.
Liverpool - O.T.C. Brass shoulder title, " Liverpool / O.T.C. / Collegiate "
Liverpool College - O.T.C. Brass shoulder title, Liverpool / O.T.C. / College.
Liverpool College- O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the College to the entre of a circlet bearing the title on a multi-rayed star surmounted by a Bishop's Mitre.
Liverpool Scottish. Scarce WW I embroidered in red on kaki large sized shoulder title, \" Liverpool Scottish \" worn by the 10th. { Scottish } Battalion King\'s { Liverpool } Regiment. { slight moth top right }
Liverpool Volunteer Guard. Scarce bronzed-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Fattorini Bolton. { Slider cut short } The Liver Bird to the centre of a multi-rayed star above the tri-part title scroll. Formed in WW I as part of the Volunteer Training Corps.
Local Air Raid Precautions - Instructor. WW II king's crown white metal and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and makers details for " H.W.M.Ltd." to the reverse. A crowned red enamelled oval bearing the " L.A.R.P. Civil Defence " titles with a central blue enamelled bar " Instructor ". ( Slight Enamel damage )
Local Defence Volunteers. Early WW II locally made heavy cotton off-white armband with the stencilled letters, "L.D.V. ". Worn by the early volunteers before the issue of uniforms and before the title changed to "Home Guard". [Old tape stains to the reverse,removed from old album.]
Local Defence Volunteers. WW II khaki armband bearing the black letters, " L D V " Worn by the Home Guard before the issue of uniforms and the change of title. { Slight rust stain to left side }
Local Defence Volunteers. WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, \" L D V \" with canvas loop to the reverse. Worn before the name changed to \" Home Guard \"
London - Volunteer Training Corps. King's crown WW I brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The monogram and date, " VTC 1915 " backed by a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned laurel wreath above the scroll, " South London "
London - Volunteer Training Corps. Brass and enamel WW I lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Lewis Birmingham to the reverse worn by the City of London Volunteer Corps before the issue of uniforms. The Arms of The City of London with red enamel shield to the centre of a blue enamel oval bearing the title.
London - Volunteer Training Corps. WW I brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the " City of London National Guard Volunteers. The Arms of the City of London to the centre of a blue enamel circlet bearing the acronym, " C.L.N.G.V "
London Ambulance Column. Scarce WW I brass and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The red and white enamel Geneva Cross to the centre of an oval strap bearing " Ambulance Column " above the " London District " scroll.
London Ambulance. Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. An oval strap bearing the title, " Ambulance Column " with a central bar " Attached To " above the furled scroll, " London District "
London Ambulance. Rare WW I embroidered sleeve / tunic badge. The Geneva Cross above, \" Attached to \" to the centre of a circlet bearing \" Ambulance Column London District \" within a red border on a black background. { Mothed to right side but not affecting the lettering,with paper stuck to the reverse.}
London Auxiliary Ambulance Service. Scarce WW II embroidered shoulder title," L.A.A.S " in golden yellow within an oval on a blue background.
London District. Printed unissued example of the yellow mural crown pierced by a red sword on a blue background. [ Stores Collection ]
London Irish Rifles. Scarce WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on " LIR" with canvas loop to the reverse.
London Irish Rifles. Very scarce WW II printed in black on rifle green shoulder title, \" London Irish Rifles \"
London Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 16 / London complete with original shaped brass back-plate. Worn by the 16th. [ County of London ] Battalion [ Queen's Westminster Rifles ] The London Regiment.
London Rifle Brigade - Cadet Corps. Black-brass field service cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield baring the Arms of the City of London above the titles, " L R B " and " C C " { Some loss of blacking }
London Rifle Brigade. Scarce WW I embroidered in green on black shoulder title, " L.R.B. "
London Rifle Brigade. Scarce WW II black embroidered on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " LRB " with canvas tape to the reverse.
London Scottish. WW II silk woven example of the dark blue thistle on a khaki backing worn as a Battalion sign by the London Scottish.
London Scottish. Scarce WW II well-used printed in white on red shoulder title, " London Scottish ".
London Telephone Service. Scarce king's crown brass and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The " L T S " cypher in white enamel to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto and " Air Raids " backed with dark blue enamel. This badge was given as an " Award " to telephone operators who stayed at their posts manning the phones during air raids { slight stain to the reverse }
London Volunteer Training Corps. Scarce brass shoulder title, V / 1 / City of London. Worn in WW I by the 1st. City of London Regiment Volunteer Training Corps.
London Volunteer Training Corps. Brass shoulder title,S.L.R.V.,with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. Worn by the WW I raised South London Regiment of Volunteers.
London Volunteer Training Corps. Scarce WW I embroidered in white on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, \" V / London \" with canvas loop to the reverse. { Glue spots to the reverse.}
Long Range Desert Group. Rare brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A scorpion above the letters, " L.R.D.G. " within a circlet. Formed in 1940 this small specialist unit served with great success in North Africa and various islands and places around the Mediterranean.
Lord Strathcona's Horse. Embroidered red on green shoulder title, Lord Strathcona's Horse / Royal Canadians.
Lothian & Border Horse. Pair of brass other ranks collar badges. A sheaf of wheat.
Lothians & Berwickshire Yeomanry. The silver / gilt centre of an officers shoulder scale with four sets of double fixing wires to the reverse. The " L & B Y " monogram to the centre of a wreath of laurel. { Old paper price label to reverse } { Became Lothian and Border Horse after 1908}
Lothians and Border Horse. Scarce WW II embroidered in yellow on light blue shoulder title, " Lothians & Border Horse " Loose thread to left side
Lothians and Border Horse. Scarce WW II embroidered in yellow on light blue shoulder title, " Lothians & Border Horse "
Lovat Scouts - Imperial Yeomanry. Officers bronze small size cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The head of a stag upon a torse to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Lovat Scouts I.Y. "
Lovat Scouts- Imperial Yeomanry. Small pattern headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. The stag's head to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Lovat Scouts I.Y. "
Lovat Scouts- Imperial Yeomanry. Fine quality small size officers gilt headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. A stag\'s head to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, \" Lovat Scouts I.Y \" { Approx 2.5 cms diameter.}
Lovat Scouts. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A stag\'s head on a torse within a circlet bearing the title, \" Lovat scouts Y \" { Approx 3 cms diameter.}
Lovat Scouts. Brass shoulder title,LS.
Lovat Scouts. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A stag from the Arms of the Clan Fraser to the centre of a Gaelic strap and motto.
Lovat Scouts. Small brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The head of a stag within a circlet bearing the title, \" Lovat Scouts Y \"
Lovat\'s Scouts. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A stag's head to the centre of a circlet bearing the title.
Lowland Regiment. Scarce WW II white metal glengarry badge with four loops to the reverse. A thistle above the scroll, " Lowland Regiment " upon a saltire. Raised in 1942 to train young soldiers,but disbanded within the year.
Lowland Volunteers. Modern printed formation sign worn by the 52nd. Lowland Volunteers, Royal Regiment of Scotland. A yellow Scottish Lion on a white saltire and blue backing. Old glue ? marks to the reverse that have bled through slightly
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment - Volunteers. Victorian white metal glengarry badge with three loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. { Bolton } Volunteer Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. The Lancashire Rose surmounted by the Royal Crest to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Volunteer ? Officers silver-plated rectangular pattern waist-belt clasp with plain looped belt ends. The Lancashire Rose and title scroll surmounted by the Royal crest. [Plating now worn and some Verdigris to edges.]
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Victorian brass first pattern other ranks home service helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose surmounted by the Royal Crest to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. Designed to be worn with the universal pattern helmet plate.[ Now with black cloth for display ] [ See item 24125 for second pattern ]
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Victorian bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose and title scroll beneath the Royal Crest.
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Scarce WW I brass small oval sleeve badge with two loops and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse worn by the " Preston Pals " Service battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. The Paschal Lamb and the letters " P.P " above the title scroll, " Preston ".
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Scarce early pattern large brass shoulder title,L.N.Lancs.,worn by the regiment before 1900.
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Scarce victorian pattern brass shoulder title, \" N.Lanc. \"
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. King's crown bi / metal early pattern cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Royal Crest above the Lancashire Rose and regimental title.[Loops slightly bent inwards]
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Scarce king's crown bi / metal bandsman's pouch badge with three loops to the reverse. The Royal Crest above the Lancashire Rose and the title scroll. [Approx 8cms high.]
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / N.Lancashire worn by the Territorial Battalions on the greatcoat.
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Brass other ranks King's crown second pattern home service helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose surmounted by the Royal Crest to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. Designed to be worn with the universal pattern helmet plate. [ Now with black cloth centre for display ] [ See item 24059 for first pattern ]
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Scarce WW I small brass oval sleeve badge with two loops and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. The Arms of Chorley above the title scroll. Worn by the " Chorley " Service Battalion of the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Scarce WW I small brass oval arm badge with two loops and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. The Arms of Bolton above the title scroll. Worn by the " Bolton" Service Battalion of the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Loyal Regiment - {North Lancashire Fine quality king\'s crown officers silver / gilt and enamel cap badge with two loops a \" P \" stamp and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose in red and green enamel above the title scroll surmounted by the Royal Crest.
Loyal Regiment - {North Lancashire } Unusual king's crown mother of pearl sweetheart brooch with { slightly rusted } pin fitting to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose above the title scroll surmounted by the Royal Crest.
Loyal Regiment - {North Lancashire} WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose and the title scroll surmounted by the Royal Crest.
Loyal Regiment [North Lancashire] Unusual locally made 1920 's ? embroidered shoulder title,Loyals. [With some moth damage]
Loyal Regiment { North Lancashire } King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { Folded into loops } and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose surmounted by the Royal Crest above the title scroll.
Loyal Regiment. [North Lancashire ] King's crown bi / metal cap badge with " Hairpin " slider to the reverse. The Lancashire Rose above the title scroll surmounted by the Royal Crest.
Loyal Suffolk Hussars. Pair of embroidered green on red shoulder titles, Loyal Suffolk Hussars.
Loyal Suffolk Hussars. Pair of other ranks white metal collar badges. The Castle of Bury St. Edmunds above the date " 1793 " and the title scroll.
Machine Gun Corps. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with three blades to the reverse. A pair of crossed Vickers Guns surmounted by the crown.
Machine Gun Corps. King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed Vickers Guns surmounted by the crown.
Machine Gun Corps. Rare hallmarked silver king\'s crown officers cap badge with two long silver loops \" J & Co. \" makers details and Birmingham hallmarks for 1918. A pair of crossed Vickers Guns surmounted by the crown. { Approx 4 cms wide }
Machine Gun Corps. Brass and enamel sweetheart brooch with original pin fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed Vickers Guns above the blue enamel scroll, " MGC " surmounted by a red enamel inset crown.
Machine Gun Corps. Pair of brass shoulder titles, " M G C ".
Machine Gun Corps. Pair of officers bronze small size collar badges. A pair of crossed Vickers Guns surmounted by the crown.
Machine Gun Corps. King's crown officers small size gilt collar badge with two loops to the reverse. Crossed Vickers Guns surmounted by the crown above a solid scroll bearing, " M.G.C. "
Machine Gun- Volunteers. Unusual thick hand-cut brass shoulder title, " Machine Gun / Volunteers ". Almost certainly worn by a Colonial Unit. { Slight pink staining }
Machine Gunner. Embroidered in red on black Machine Gunner's qualification sleeve badge. The letters " M.G. " within a half wreath of laurel.
Machine Gunner. Brass sleeve trade badge worn by a qualified Machine Gunner. The letters " M G " within a wreath of laurel.
Madras Light Infantry. Scarce white metal Victorian cap badge with three loops to the reverse.worn by the 6th.Burma Battalion,31st.Madras Light Infantry. Crossed Burmese Dhas with " 6 B B " and " XXXI" at the intersections with the crown above and title scroll below.
Magdalen College School -Oxford. Scarce brass shoulder title, MAGD.COLL. / OTC / SCHOOL
Maidstone School - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of Maidstone surmounted by a mural crown above the furled tri-part title scroll.
Malacca Volunteer Corps. Rare brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London. A fortified gate and a large letter "V" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a wreath of laurel above the motto scroll.
Malacca Volunteer Rifles. [Malay States] Scarce king's crown WW I bronzed-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A fortified gateway and a large latter " V" to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a laurel wreath above the motto scroll, " Firm Though Few ".
Malay Federation. Pair of bi / metal Malay Federation Signals collar badges. { See my item 27954 for matching cap badge.}
Malay Federation. Bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Malay Federation Signals. A bird upon a globe to the centre of a circlet bearing the bi-lingual title above the motto scroll and surmounted by a sharp-pointed crown.
Malay States - Johore Rare bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Johore Volunteer Engineers. The head of a rhinoceros above a furled scroll bearing the title.
Malay States Volunteer Regiment. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. Four coronets to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title.
Malay States Volunteer Rifles. Scarce brass shoulder title, " M S V R "
Malay States. Kings crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the " Penang and Province Wellesley Volunteer Corps. " This title on a crowned strap with the Prince of Wales's plumes and a buffalo's head to the centre.
Malaya Command. Printed example of the yellow Malayan Kris on a maroon background.
Malaya Home Guard. Brass shoulder title, " M H G " in script form.
Malaya. Scarce brass shoulder title, " Home Guard / Johore "
Malaya. Scarce heavily struck silver plated cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Local Trackers working with the British forces in the jungles of Malaya. A pair of crossed " Blow-Pipes " on a green background above the motto scroll within a wreath of laurel surmounted by the Malayan Sun-burst. These Local tribesmen were very fierce fighters and expert trackers.
Malaya. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. Four coronets to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title," Malay States Volunteer Rifles "
Malayan Kris. Unmarked native silver ? brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. A Malayan Kris with decorated blade. [ Approx 4.5.cms long ]
Malayan Volunteer Infantry. Scarce WW I era brass shoulder title, " M.V.I. "
Malta Command Signal Regiment. WW II embroidered example of the white maltese cross on a blue / green divided shield. {top edge slightly mothed}
Malta Forces - Headquarters. WW II embroidered example of the white Maltese Cross surmounted by the crossed swords and Royal Crest of the Armed Forces on a red shield. { Moth nips to edges }
Malta Police. White metal cap ? badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield upon a maltese cross to the centre of a strap bearing the title. [ Approx 3.5 x 3.5 cms ]
Malta Police. Scarce white metal Victorian cap badge with three loops to the reverse. An oval to the centre of a voided strap bearing the title, " Malta Police " on a crowned maltese cross. [ White metal worn in places ] [ Re-listed due to non-payer ]
Malta Police. Rare white metal Victorian headdress badge with two black loops to the reverse. [One slightly twisted ] A divided oval strap bearing the title to the centre of a crowned maltese cross with scrolled and floral decoration. [Fracture to floral decoration,right side of crown]
Maltese Forces. Scarce WW II printed in black on khaki shoulder title, \" Malta \" with slight loss of material to the right and lower sides.
Malvern College - O.T.C. Brass shoulder title,Malvern / OTC / College.
Manchester Regiment - Militia. Victorian white metal other ranks glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the City of Manchester to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
Manchester Regiment - Territorials. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 7th. Territorial Battalion Manchester Regiment . A floriated fleur-de-lys.
Manchester Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce small size officers service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the 2nd. Volunteer Battalion Manchester Regiment. The Arms of the City of Manchester above the title scroll with a small tablet, " 2nd.V.B " between. { Appro. 3.5 cms high. }
Manchester Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce Victorian officers silvered Home Service Helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the 3rd. Volunteer Battalion Manchester Regiment. The Arms of the City of Manchester on a black velvet ground to the centre of a Garter Strap and a wreath of laurel that carries the double title scrolls all mounted upon a multi-rayed crowned star back-plate.
Manchester Regiment - Volunteers. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. Volunteer Battalion Manchester Regiment. A floriated fleur-de-lys.
Manchester Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce brass three piece shoulder title, " 1 / V / Manchester " complete with original shaped brass back-plate. Formed in 1880 with headquarters at Wigan, became 5th. Territorial Battalion Manchester Regiment in 1908.
Manchester Regiment - Volunteers. White metal cap badge with two black loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. Volunteer Battalion Manchester Regiment. The Coat of Arms of the City of Manchester above the title scroll with a small oval tablet between bearing, \" 1st. V.B. \"
Manchester Regiment -Territorials. WW I bronzed-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. Worn by the Service Battalions of the Manchester Regiment as part of Kitchener's Army.
Manchester Regiment. Scarce WW I bronzed elliptical shoulder title, " City / 1 / Manchester " . Worn by the 16th. Service { 1st. City } Battalion Manchester Regiment.
Manchester Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 6 / Manchester. Worn by the 6th.Territorial Battalion Manchester Regiment.
Manchester Regiment. Superb quality officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of the City of Manchester above the title scroll, " Manchester " { Silver now toned to black }
Manchester Regiment. Scarce victorian officers white metal cross-belt plate,worn by the 5th.Volunteer Battalion Manchester Regt. The sphinx and Egypt tablet to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,mounted upon a large maltese cross,the arms covered in raised "bubble" decoration,and with four screw-bolts to the reverse.
Manchester Regiment. Fine quality officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Arms of the City of Manchester above the title scroll.
Manchester Regiment. Other ranks brass home service helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. The Arms of the City of Manchester to the centre of of a circlet bearing the title. Designed to be worn with the universal pattern helmet plate.
Manchester Regiment. Scarce WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A fleur-dis-lys.
Manchester Regiment. Scarce unissued printed example of the red number " 8 " on a yellow diamond worn by the Eighth Battalion Manchester Regiment [Stores Collection ]
Manchester Regiment. Superb and rare officers silvered cross-belt plate worn by the 1st.Volunteer Battalion with four screw posts to the reverse. The sphinx resting upon the Egypt tablet,to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,"1st. V.B.Manchester Regt.",mounted upon a " hob-nailed" maltese cross back plate.
Manchester Regiment. WW II printed white on red shoulder title, Manchester.
Manchester Regiment. Scarce WW I bronzed-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by Manchester Regiment Service Battalions as part of Kitchener\'s Army. The arms of the City of Manchester above the title scroll. { Front now cleaned down to brass, priced accordingly.}
Manchester Regiment. Large cast brass Bandsman's pouch badge with two loops to the reverse. A floriated fleur-dis-lys. [Approx 6.5 x 5.5 cms.]
Manchester Regiment. Brass shoulder title, " T / 7 / Manchester" complete with original shaped brass back-plate to the reverse. Worn by the 7th. Territorial Battalion Manchester Regiment. { This is the " Solid " title pattern }
Manchester Regiment. Scarce WW I white on khaki printed shoulder strap slip-on, " Manchester " with canvas loop to the reverse.
Manchester Regiment. Brass shoulder title, " T / 6 / Manchester ". Worn by the 6th. Territorial Battalion Manchester Regiment.
Manchester Regiment. scarce officers silver bullion wire embroidered foreign service helmet or slouch hat badge ? A fleur-de-lys on a dark green diamond shaped backing.
Manchester Regiment. WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " Manchester " with two canvas loops to the reverse.
Manchester Regiment. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. A fleur-de-lys.
Manchester Regiment. King\'s crown officers silver and gilt Home Service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. The Arms of the City of Manchester on a black velvet ground to the centre of Garter Strap within a wreath of laurel bearing the title scroll mounted upon a multi-rayed star plate.
Manchester Regiment. WW II embroidered in black on khaki shoulder title, " Manchester ". Made and worn as this from a shoulder strap slip-on title.
Manchester Regiment. Scarce WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of the City of Manchester above the title scroll, " Manchester ".
Manchester Regiment. Pair of officers bronze service dress collar badges with three loops to the reverse of each. The Arms of the City of Manchester above the title scroll, " Manchester "
Manchester Regiment. Scarce bi / metal NCO's large pattern cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour above the title scroll, " Manchester "
Manchester University-O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A rampant lion as from the Arms of the University.
Manchester University-O.T.C. Anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Gaunt Birmingham. A rampant lion from the Arms of the University.
Manchester Volunteer Regiment. WW I king\'s crown bronzed cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing original owners issue number. The Arms of Manchester to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and Lancashire Rose backed by a pair of crossed rifles within a crowned wreath of laurel carrying the date, \" 1915 \". { Part of the WW I raised Volunteer Training Corps.}
Maritime Anti-Aircraft Artillery. WW II silk woven example of the red and white fouled anchor flanked by the letters " A A " on a black backing still affixed to a pale tropical kd shoulder strap slip-on. Worn by Anti-Aircraft Gunners on Defensively Equipped Merchant Ships
Maritime Anti-Aircraft Artillery. WW II silk woven second pattern example of the fouled anchor flanked by the letters " R A " on a black backing. Worn by Anti-Aircraft gunners on Defensively Equipped Merchant Navy Ships.
Maritime Anti-Aircraft. Unusual brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse for the Maritime Artillery Anti-Aircraft. A fouled anchor in red enamel with the initials,MR,AA.either side on a blue enamel background.
Marksman / Sniper. Brass two-piece sleeve badge complete with original shaped brass back-plate. The letter " S " above a pair of crossed rifles.
Marksman Badge. King's crown gold bullion wire embroidered on a scarlet backing marksman's sleeve qualification badge. Crossed rifles surmounted by the crown.
Marksman Badge. Silver bullion wire embroidered on a black background " Best Shot " qualification sleeve badge. A pair of crossed rifles surmounted by a five-pointed star.
Marksman Badge. Unusual and scarce king's crown embroidered " Best Shot " sleeve prize badge for a Volunteer Unit. Crossed rifles surmounted by the crown within a wreath of Bay leaves in light khaki on a grey backing. [ Rusted pin holes to the top and bottom,removed from a display board ]
Marksman Badge. King's crown silver bullion wire embroidered sleeve qualification badge. A pair of crossed rifles surmounted by a crown. Worn by Rifle Volunteers, best marksman in the Company
Marksman Badge. WW II printed example of the marksman's sleeve badge. A pair of crossed rifles in various shades of khaki.
Marksman Badge. Excellent quality gold bullion wire embroidered marksman's best shot sleeve badge. Crossed rifles within a wreath of bay leaves surmounted by a star on a scarlet backing.
Marksman. Victorian gold wire embroidered marksman's qualification sleeve badge. A pair of crossed muskets on a scarlet backing.
Marksman. Most unusual pattern silver bullion wire embroidered on a black shaped backing example of a rifle with chain-stitched detail on the rifle and the sling.
Marksman's Badge. Gold bullion wire embroidered on a scarlet backing marksman's " Best Shot " sleeve badge. A pair of crossed rifles surmounted by a five-pointed star.
Marksman\'s Badge - Volunteers. King's crown silver bullion wire sleeve qualification badge. A pair of crossed rifles surmounted by a red velvet inset crown on a scarlet backing.
Marksman\'s Badge. Scarce king\'s crown silver bullion wire embroidered crossed rifles within a wreath of Bay leaves surmounted by the red velvet inset crown on a shaped black backing. Worn by the best shot Sergeants in a Rifle Volunteer Battalion.
Marksman\'s Badge. Early pattern embroidered in dark blue on scarlet marksman\'s sleeve badge. A pair of crossed muskets. { Possibly Canadian ? }
Marksman\'s Badge. Silver bullion wire embroidered Marksman's qualification sleeve badge on a scarlet backing. A pair of crossed rifles.
Marlborough College- O.T.C. Black-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A Bishop's Mitre to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Marlborough College O.T.C. Corps "
Marlborough College-O.T.C. Brass shoulder title,Marlborough / College OTC.
Mauritius Special Forces. Queen's crown gilt and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The letters, " S F " and a bolt of lightening backed with red enamel to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above scrolls bearing the titles, " Special Mobile Force Mauritius " Created in 1960 after the British Army garrison left.
Mauritius Territorial Force. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. A stag to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
Mecantile Marine. Gilt and various coloured enamels lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. A standard in four different enamel colours with a fouled anchor and the letters " M M S A " to the centre of a circlet bearing the title,"Mercantile Marine Services Association".
Mechanised Transport Corps. Scarce WW II embroidered in dark blue on khaki shoulder title, \" M.T.C.\"
Mechanised Transport Corps. Bronze WW II cap badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed spanners bearing the letters,\" M T C \" upon a motor-car tyre that carries the motto scroll. { See my item-27299 for first pattern badge }
Mechanised Transport Training Corps. Bronzed cap badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed spanners bearing the letters, " M T T C " and the small motto scroll upon a motor-car tyre.
Mechanised Transport Training Corps. Scarce embroidered in yellow on blue \" Good Service \" qualification badge. A pair of crossed spanners on a motor-car tyre.
Medic's Armband. Early pattern white canvas Medic's armband with red felt Geneva Cross and adjustable button fittings to the reverse. [ Heavily creased from storage ]
Medical Orderly. Embroidered example of the red Geneva Cross on a white background within a yellow circlet sleeve trade badge. Originally worn by Royal Army Medical Corps personnel many WW I photographs show this badge worn by other medically trained troops.
Medical Shoulder Title. Extremely rare WW I brass shoulder title " S.S.Anglaise 16 " with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. Worn during the First world War by a member of the " Service Sanitaire Anglaise " A British privately funded volunteer ambulance column attached to the French Army.
Medical Staff Corps - Volunteers. Scarce victorian other ranks home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. A voided Geneva Cross { Now with red backing cloth } to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Volunteer Medical Staff Corps " within a wreath of laurel on a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Medical Staff Corps. Brass 1890's shoulder title, " MSC". [ See item 21844 for more information.]
Medical Staff Corps. Scarce brass 1890's shoulder title, " M S C " . [ Variant pattern to item 21905 ] [See item 21844 for more information.]
Mediterranean Allied Air Force. WW II embroidered insignia worn by both British and American Air Forces. A pair of wings above the yellow letters MAAF, on pale blue representing the Mediterranean on a darker blue background.
Merchant Navy. King's crown metal and bullion wire embroidered cap badge. A white metal fouled anchor to the centre of a pair of crossed flags within a wreath of laurel on a padded background surmounted by the red velvet inset crown. Worn by officers of the Royal Mail - Pacific Steam Navigation Company.
Merchant Navy. Scarce WW II embroidered red on black sleeve badge, " DEMS ". Worn by personnel on " Defensively Equipped Merchant Ships ".
Merchant Navy. Excellent quality silver and enamel sweetheart brooch with pin fitting and "silver " stamps to reverse. The letters "MN" to the centre of a rope circle,surmounted by a Naval Crown,suspended from an enamelled "ribbon" bar. [Enamel to the letter "M" repaired ]
Merchant Navy. Silver [not marked] and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. The letters "MN" on a ground of blue enamel to the centre of a roped circle surmounted by a Naval Crown.
Merchant Navy. Silver [not marked] tie-pin style brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. The "MN " monogram to the centre of a knotted rope surmounted by a Naval Crown. [Pin fixing slightly buckled but working]
Merchant Navy. Early pattern king's crown officers gold bullion wire cap badge with old paper label to the reverse worn by officers of the Cunard Line. The lion holding a globe on a black padded velvet centre within a crowned wreath of laurel surmounted by a red velvet inset crown. { Lion and wreath slightly tarnished and backing material loose.}
Merchant Navy. Silver and enamel sweetheart brooch with pin fitting and \" Stirling Silver \" stamps to the reverse. The \" M N \" monogram backed with blue enamel to the centre of a knotted roped circle surmounted by a Naval Crown and a plain suspension bar.
Merchant Taylor\'s School - C.C.F. Embroidered in red on dark green shoulder title, " M.T.S. { Crosby } C.C.F."
Merchiston Castle School - Edinburgh. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the School Arms surmounted by a hand holding a crescent within a strap bearing the motto, \" Ready Aye Ready \"
Merchiston Castle School - Edinburgh. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The School Arms surmounted by an arm holding a crescent to the centre of an oval strap bearing the motto.
Mercian Brigade. Officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A double-headed eagle surmounted by a Saxon Crown.
Mercian Training Brigade. Embroidered first pattern example of the yellow letter "M" and coronet within a blue shield.[See also item 16698]
Metropolitan Police. WW II king\'s crown chrome and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The \" M P \" monogram backed with blue enamel to the centre of crowned circlets above the scroll, \" War reserve \"
Middle East Land Forces- Headquarters. Printed first pattern facing pair of the yellow camel on a horizontally divided red over blue shield. { Signs have been glued around cardboard to stiffen them with pencilled notation to the reverse.}
Middle East Land Forces. Scarce embroidered yellow on red shoulder title,M.E.L.F.
Middlesex { 1st County of London } Yeomanry Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and motto on a multi-rayed eight-pointed star.
Middlesex Cadets. Scarce white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Arms of Middlesex to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. The Middlesex Regiment had a number of Cadet Battalions affiliated mostly formed in 1916.
Middlesex Imperial Yeomanry. [ Duke of Cambridge's ] White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Woodward Birmingham. The cypher of Evii R to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and the motto on a multi-rayed star.
Middlesex Regiment {Duke of Cambridge\'s Own } - Cadets. Scarce brass shoulder title, 1 / C / Middlesex. Worn by the Tottenham Grammar School Company of the 1st. Battalion.
Middlesex Regiment Duke of Cambridge\'s Own Scarce first pattern brass shoulder title, " Middlesex". { Boer War collection see item 21844 for more information }
Middlesex Regiment Duke of Cambridge\'s Own Brass shoulder title, " T / 9 / Middlesex ". Worn by the 9th. { St. John's Wood } Battalion Middlesex Regiment.
Middlesex Regiment Duke of Cambridge\'s Own -Territorials. Scarce WW I bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 18th. Battalion [ 1st.Public Works Pioneers ] Middlesex Regiment as part of Kitchener's Army. The Prince of Wales's plumes the Duke's Coronet, and the honour scroll " Albuhera " within a wreath of laurel above the double title scrolls " Middlesex Regt. " and " Public Works Pioneer Battalion".
Middlesex Regiment - Cadets. Scarce brass shoulder title, 3 / C / Middlesex. Worn by the 3rd. Cadet Battalion Middlesex Regiment.
Middlesex Regiment { Duke of Cambridge\'s Own } -Territorials. Bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 7th. 8th. and 9th. Battalions Middlesex Regiment. The Prince of Wales's plumes, the Duke's Cypher and coronet and the " South Africa " honour scroll to the centre of a wreath of laurel above the title scroll. { Small patches of verdigris }
Middlesex Regiment { Duke of Cambridge\'s Own} -Territorials. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the 10th. Ravenscourt Park } Territorial Battalion Middlesex regiment. The Prince of Wales's plumes and the Duke of Cambridge's cypher and coronet above a blank honour scroll within a wreath of laurel above the " Middlesex Regt. " title.
Middlesex Regiment {Duke of Cambridge\'s Own } -Volunteers. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 1st. Volunteer Battalion Middlesex Regiment. This title on a scroll surmounted by the prince of Wales's plumes the Duke's coronet and cypher and a blank honour scroll within a wreath of laurel.
Middlesex Regiment- Territorials. Scarce embroidered example of the red dragon on a yellow shield surmounted by a " Riverbank " on a white shield-shaped backing. Worn by " B " Company 7th. {Territorial } Battalion the Middlesex Regiment, the Arms of the Borough of Enfield.
Middlesex Regiment. Duke of Cambridge\'s Own Brass shoulder title, T / 9 / Middlesex. Worn by the 9th. [ St. John's Wood ] Territorial Battalion Middlesex Regiment.
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] Scarce WW I printed white on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, " Middlesex " with canvas loops to the reverse.
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] Brass shoulder title, T / 8 / Middlesex. Worn by the 8th. [ Hounslow ] Territorial Battalion.
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] Most unusual silver sweetheart brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. Two 1890 and 1899 dated Hong Kong silver 5 cent coins either side of a 1900 dated 10 cent coin now engraved with the Middlesex Regiment's cap badge.
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Duke's Coronet and Cypher the Prince of Wales's plumes and the honour " Albuhera " above the title scroll.
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] Scarce white metal three piece shoulder title, T / 10 / Middlesex, complete with the original shaped brass backing plate that bears a registration number. Worn by the 10th. [ Ravenscourt Park ] Territorial Battalion Middlesex Regiment.
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] Scarce victorian scarlet tunic shoulder strap with silver bullion wire embroidered trim and " 1st. Mx." title. Worn by the 1st. Volunteer Battalion Middlesex Regiment. [ Some fraying to lower edge ]
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] Unusual pattern old comrades lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes and the Regiment's main honour scroll, " Albuhera " within a wreath of laurel.
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] - Cadets. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A scroll bearing the title, " Cadets " surmounted by the Prince of Wales's plumes and the Duke's Coronet and Cypher within a wreath of laurel above the " Middlesex Regt. " title.
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] - Cadets. Rare officers pattern bronze service dress cap badge with two blades and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes and the Duke of Cambridge's cypher above a blank honour scroll within a wreath of laurel. Below the wreath a small letter " C " above the " Middlesex Regt " title scroll.
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] - Volunteers. Officers silver-plated pouch-belt plate with three screw posts and original back-plate to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes and the Duke of Cambridge's Cypher and Coronet to the centre of a laurel wreath bearing the title scroll, " 2. VB Middlesex Regt. " [ Approx 7 cms high ] [ See item 24395 for other ranks example]
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] - Volunteers. Fine quality officers silver and gilt home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. Volunteer Battalion Middlesex Regiment. The Prince of Wales's plumes and the Duke of Cambridge's coronet and cypher on a black velvet ground to the centre of a Garter Strap and laurel wreath mounted upon a crowned star plate. To the lower part of the star plate double scrolls carrying the titles, " The Middlesex Regt. " and " 2nd.Volunteer Battalion ".
Middlesex Regiment. [ Duke of Cambridge's Own ] - Volunteers. Cast white metal other ranks pouch belt plate with two loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes and the Duke of Cambridge's cypher to the centre of a wreath of laurel bearing the title scroll, " 2 V B Middlesex Regt." [ Approx 7 cms high ] [ See item 24134 for Officers pattern ]
Middlesex Regiment. {Duke of Cambridge\'s Own - Territorials. White metal NCO\'s cap badge with two loops {Slightly squeezed in } to the reverse worn by the 7th.,8th., and 9th. Territorial Battalions Middlesex Regiment. The Prince of Wales\'s plumes and the Duke\'s coronet and cypher above the South Africa honour within a wreath of laurel above the title scroll.
Middlesex Regiment. {Duke of Cambridge\'s Own - Territorials. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 10th. { Ravenscourt Park } Battalion Middlesex Regiment. The Prince of Wales's plumes and the Duke's coronet and cypher above a blank honour scroll within a wreath of laurel above the title scroll, " Middlesex Regt." { Small black mark on the motto scroll has been removed, it was not a hole ! }
Middlesex Regiment. {Duke of Cambridge\'s Own } Cast brass shoulder title, \" T / 10 / Middlesex \" Worn by the 10th. { Ravenscourt Park } Territorial Battalion in India during the First World War.
Middlesex Regiment. {Duke of Cambridge\'s Own } Scarce embroidered in white on scarlet foreign service helmet pagri flash, \" Middlesex \"
Middlesex Regiment. {Duke of Cambridge\'s Own } Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { slightly buckled } to the reverse. The Regiment\'s main honour, \" Albuhera \" The Prince of Wales\'s plumes and the Duke of Cambridge\'s coronet and crest to the centre of a wreath of laurel above the title scroll.
Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 5th. West Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. The number " 5 " to the centre of a circlet bearing the title backed by a pair of crossed arrows within a wreath of laurel.
Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Scarce white metal N.C.O.\'s cross-belt plate,worn by the 26th.Middlesex Rifle Vols.[Customs and Docks Battalion] A Ducal coronet on a strap bearing the motto,Pro Libertate Patriae,around a shield with three lions of Middlesex.Three screw bolt fittings to the reverse,with one original nut.
Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Scarce victorian brass glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 18th. Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. The number and title to the centre of a maltese cross within a wreath of laurel surmounted by a Guelphic crown.
Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Scarce 1860's officers gilt shako badge with two loops to the reverse. The "4MRV" cypher to the centre of a strap bearing the "Semper Paratus" motto,upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate. [Loops probably replaced a long time ago]
Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Scarce officers cross-belt plate with three screw bolts and original back-plate to the reverse worn by the \"39th. Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps.\" This title on a strap around a shield bearing the Arms of the Borough of Finsbury within a wreath of oak carrying the motto scroll and surmounted by a Coronet.
Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Victorian black-brass other ranks home service helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. A bugle horn with strings to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, \" 3rd. Middlesex Rifle Volunteers \" on a crowned maltese cross plate.
Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Victorian officers / NCO's blackened helmet plate with polished highlights worn by the 23rd. { Inns of Court } Battalion Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. The number " 23 " within a bugle horn with strings to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto on a maltese cross with the scrolls, " Middlesex " below and " Inns of Court " to the top carrying the crown.
Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Victorian white metal field service cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. { West London } Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. A strung bugle horn to the centre of a voided circlet bearing the title on a crowned maltese cross. { Approx 4 cms high }
Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Scarce victorian officers silvered cross-belt plate with two screw bolts to the reverse worn by the South West Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. The Seaxes of Middlesex on a shield to the centre of a circlet bearing the title mounted upon a multi-rayed crowned star plate. [ 7th. Middlesex Rifle Volunteers,later becoming the 8th. Mx.R.Vols. ] [Approx 7.5 cms high ]
Middlesex Volunteer Regiment. Bronze cap badge with two "flat " loops to the reverse worn by the WW I raised Middlesex Volunteer Training Corps. The Arms of Middlesex to the centre of an oval bearing the title on a multi-rayed star that is surmounted by a Saxon Crown.
Middlesex Yeomanry { Duke of Cambridge\'s Hussars } White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a circlet bearing the title and motto on a multi-rayed star.
Middlesex Yeomanry { Duke of Cambridge\'s Hussars } Queen's crown bi / metal pair of other ranks collar badges. The cypher of EiiR to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto and the " M.D.C.H. " monogram on a multi-rayed crowned star.
Middlesex Yeomanry Cavalry. Superb quality officers field service cap with bullion wire embroidered cap badge to the left side. The scarlet body with dark green sides all piped in gold wire with two victorian crowned buttons bearing the " MYC " monogram to the front. The deeply padded badge has the " MYC " monogram on a black velvet ground to the centre of an oval bearing the motto and surmounted by the King's crown. The interior is lined in a light silken fabric with makers label for " Bartleys ? Military Outfitters Hampton Court ? " [ The body is a very dark green, although it appears black in the pictures ]
Midland Training Brigade. Unissued printed example of the blue shield bearing a red cross with the roman numerals " VI X and XVII XLV " between the arms. [Stores Collection ]
Military Foot Police. Brass shoulder title also worn as a field service cap badge, " MFP. "
Military Hospital - Lancashire. Rare WW I red white and blue enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The Geneva Cross to the centre of a circlet bearing the title in gold lettering, " Auxiliary Military Hospital " above the blue enamel scroll, " Burnley " {Original owners name, " J.Grey " scratched into the reverse.}
Military Mounted Police. Brass shoulder title, " MMP " that was also used as a field service cap badge.
Military Police. King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above the title scroll.
Military Police. Embroidered WW II example of the red "TC" on a blue diamond worn by Traffic Control units of the Military Police.
Military Police. King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a wreath of laurel above the title scroll.
Military Police. WW II plastic economy issue cap badge with two blades and makers details for Stanley Walsall to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel above the title scroll.
Military Police. WW II embroidered " paste-back " example of the red letters " VP " on a blue diamond. Worn by Vulnerable Points Companies Corps of Military Police.
Military Provost Staff Corps. Queen's Crown anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Smith and Wright,still affixed to a "Standard Pattern" card with sealing date for 1973. The crowned cypher "EiiR" above the title scroll.
Military Provost Staff Corps. King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crowned cypher of GviR .
Military Provost Staff Corps. King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crowned cypher of GvR to the centre of a wreath of laurel. { Cypher with slight loss of finish }
Military Provost Staff Corps. Scarce king\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crowned cypher of EviiR.
Military Provost Staff Corps. Queen\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The cypher of E ii R above the furled title scroll, \" Military Provost Staff Corps.\"
Military Provost Staff Corps. WW II printed black on red shoulder title, M.P.S.C.
Military Provost. Unusual white on black embroidered shoulder title, " Provost". Possibly Colonial ??
Militia Battalions. Victorian white metal other ranks shako badge with two loops to the reverse worn as a "General Pattern" by Militia Units who did not have their own specific design. The Royal Crest to the centre of a Garter Strap upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Mill Hill School. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the Arms of the school on an ornamental plaque above the motto scroll, " Et Virtutem Et Musas "
Millfield School. White metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the sails of a windmill and four crosses above the furled motto scroll, " Molire Molendo "
Ministry of Civil Aviation - Constabulary. King's crown chromed-white metal cap badge with two loops stores code reference numbers and a " Crows-foot " stamp to the reverse. The " MCA " monogram to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " Constabulary ".
Ministry of Defence- Police. Queen\'s crown chromed cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London. The EiiR cypher to the centre of an eight-pointed star within a laurel wreath and crowned circlet bearing the title. { Crown slightly bent forward.}
Ministry of Information. WW II king\'s crown oxidised white metal lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A rose to the centre of a crowned laurel wreath above the motto scroll in Greek, translated as \" We Work in Silence \" Thought to have been worn by officers at departure ports responsible for ensuring troops did not take sensitive material that could be of use to enemy forces.
Ministry of Supply. Scarce sleeve badge embroidered in yellow on a large blue diamond. Worn immediately after the war by female drivers of the Ministry of Supply Car Service. A motor-car wheel surmounted by the crown above the \" M of S \" title. { Scarce badge but unfortunately badly mothed, priced accordingly } { See J.Mills book No.4 \" The Mechanised Transport Corps.\" }
Ministry of Supply. Scarce WW II era red on black shoulder title,Ministry of Supply.
Ministry of Supply. King\'s crown bronze cap badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse worn by female car drivers attached to the Ministry. A motor car tyre surmounted by the crown above the curved title scroll, \" Ministry of Supply \"
Ministry of Supply. Embroidered example of the arm holding lightening bolts with yellow wings and coronet on a blue circle. Worn by troops attached to the Ministry of Supply.
Ministry of Works and Buildings. Scarce WW II embroidered yellow on dark blue Civil Defence tunic / overall badge with old paper stores label to the reverse. The initials, " M.O.W.B." surmounted by the crown on an oval backing.
Mixed Service Organisation-B.A.O.R. Gilt cap badge with two loops to the reverse,worn by the MSO in Germany just after the war. The MSO and BOAR. initials upon a seeded circle with "bar" design.
Mixed Services Organisation. Brass badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The letters MSO and "15 Years Service" to the centre of a wreath with the scroll,BAOR,below. [British Army of the Rhine]
Mixed Services Organisation. Embroidered red on black triangular sleeve badge worn by the M.S.O. in the British Army of the Rhine, MSO / 5 Years Service.
Mobile Defence Corps. Rare printed example of the red Warwickshire Bear and Ragged Staff backed by a pair of crossed swords on a light blue backing. Worn by the 15th. { Warwickshire } Battalion Mobile Defence Corps.
Mobile Defence Corps. Pair of queen\'s crown bi / metal collar badges with single lug fitting and original back-plates to the reverse. A crowned Phoenix backed by crossed swords above the tri-part furled title scroll.
Mobile Defence Corps. Uncommon embroidered larger sized shoulder title in light blue on red, " Mobile Defence Corps. "
Mobile Defence Corps. Queen\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A phoenix surmounted by the crown backed by crossed swords above the tri-part title scroll. { See my item 28419 for matching collars }
Monkton Combe School - O.T.C. Scarce white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The letters, \" OTC \" on an upright sword surmounted by an Eastern Crown within an oval furled scroll, \" Monkton Combe School.\"
Monkton Combe School - O.T.C. Brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The " OTC " monogram upon a sword piercing an Eastern Crown within a circular furled scroll bearing the title.
Monmouth - OTC. Scarce black-brass shoulder title complete with original shaped brass back-plate, OTC / Monmouth.
Monmouth School- O.T.C. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A Welsh Dragon standing on ground.
Monmouthshire Regiment-Territorials. White metal king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Welsh Dragon to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel and poppies bearing the Regiment's honours. [Worn by the 1st. Battalion after 1922 ]
Monmouthshire Regiment-Territorials. Brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 2nd. Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment. The Welsh Dragon.
Monmouthshire Regiment. Scarce WW II embroidered red on dark green shoulder title, "Monmouthshire " [Paper glued to reverse,removed from old album]
Monmouthshire Regiment. Scarce officers bronzed boss cap badge with two wire fittings to the reverse. The Welsh Dragon upon a black corded boss.
Monmouthshire Regiment. White metal cap badge with long slider fitting to the reverse. The Welsh Dragon. Worn by the 1st. Battalion until 1922.
Monmouthshire Regiment. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn b y an officers of the 2nd. Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment. This title below a Welsh Dragon standing on ground.
Monmouthshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, T / 2 / Monmouthshire. Worn by the 2nd. Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment.
Monmouthshire Regiment. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the red standing Welsh Dragon on a green background. Worn early in the war by the 3rd. Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment in the 53rd. Infantry Division.
Monmouthshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, " Monmouthshire."
Monmouthshire Regiment. Scarce officers silver plated cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd. Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment. A standing Welsh Dragon above the title scroll.
Monmouthshire Regiment. Fine quality scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with three blades and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. A rampant Welsh Dragon standing on ground above the title scroll, " 3rd. Bn. Monmouthshire Regt."
Monserrat Defence Force. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A cross supported by an angel with a harp to the centre of a shield shaped scroll bearing the title and a spray of laurel.
Montgomeryshire Imperial Yeomanry. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Welsh Dragon standing on ground above the furled title scroll, \" M.I.Y. \"
Montgomeryshire Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass shoulder title,MIY.
Montgomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry. Scarce brass shoulder title, MYC.
Montgomeryshire Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title,Y / Montgomery.
Montgomeryshire Yeomanry. Rare white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Welsh Dragon standing on ground above the title scroll, \" M. Y. \"
Montgomeryshire Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, T / Y / Montgomery.
Morrison\'s Academy - Edinburgh- O.T.C. Very scarce white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The motto scroll surmounted by the full Arms Crest and Mantling of the School.
Motor Machine Gun Corps. Officers bronze king's crown small sized cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A pair of crossed Vickers Guns and the "MMG " title surmounted by the crown.
Motor Machine Gun Corps. King\'s crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A pair of crossed Vickers Guns and the \" MMG \" monogram surmounted by the crown.
Motor Machine Gun Service. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" M M G \"
Motor Machine Guns. Rare WW I embroidered red on khaki shoulder title, " Motor Machine / Guns".
Motor- Cyclist. Embroidered in white on khaki sleeve trade badge thought to have been worn by a Despatch Rider / Motor Cyclist . The letters " M.C. " above a winged wheel. One of the many semi-official trade badges seen.
Mounted Infantry. Scarce brass slouch hat badge, " 6 / MI " worn by the Mounted Infantry during the Boer War.
Mounted Infantry. Scarce small brass slouch hat badge worn by the 2nd. Mounted Infantry during the Boer War. " 2 / MI ". { Loops Squeezed in }
Mourning Armband. Black crepe material armband. Often seen in WW I photographs by soldiers who had lost a near relative.
Munitions Worker. Scarce WW I gilt and enamel lapel badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse worn by a female munitions worker. An artillery shell with wings to the centre of a red,white and blue enamel triangle that bears,"Speed up Ships & Aeroplanes". The reverse has the title,"Did Her Bit On Munitions" a registration number,and a tablet "Great War 1914-1918." [See also item 15409 for the variant pattern]
Munitions Worker. Scarce WWI gilt and enamel munitions worker's lapel badge with original brooch pin fitting to the reverse. An artillery shell with wings to the centre of a red white and blue enamelled triangle bearing, " Speed Up Munitions and Guns. " The reverse has the registration number " Did My Bit On Munitions " and " Great War 1914-1918 " { See my item 17349 for Ladies example }
Munitions Worker. Small chrome and blue enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting individuals issue number and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. The titles . " Munition Worker " above and below a letter " H " and " Engr. Co.Ltd. " on a blue enamelled shield. { Slight loss of the chrome to the lettering }
Musician's Sleeve Badge. Scarce early pattern king's crown embroidered bandsman's sleeve badge in brown and fawn on a khaki backing. Crossed trumpets and a harp surmounted by the crown. Unfortunately the centre has suffered badly ! Priced accordingly.
Musicians Badge. Brass sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse worn by a Scottish Bagpiper. A set of bagpipes.
Nagpur District. Printed WW II example of the yellow and black Indian cobra on a red square. [Evidence of "press-studs" removed from reverse.]
Natal Field Artillery. Scarce white metal cap badge with two large loops to the reverse worn only from 1902-1903. An old style field-gun to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto on a crowned maltese cross above a scroll bearing the title,Natal Royal Regiment. [See Owen's book item-521]
National Defence Company. Brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crowned cypher of EviiiR to the centre of a circlet bearing the title.[Slider "folded" as they always seem to be]
National Defence Company. Brass king's crown cap badge with long " bent-over " slider to the reverse. The cypher of EviiiR to the centre of a circlet bearing the title
National Defence Company. King's crown officers service dress cap badge with two blades [ Folded back ] to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
National Defence Company. Pair of king's crown officers bronze collar badges. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
National Defence Company. King's crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
National Fire Service. WW II embroidered in red on black tunic / overall badge worn by firefighters from Allestree Derbyshire. the \" NFS\" monogram above the number \" 7 \" in red on a black circular backing.
National Fire Service. Scarce WW II red on black printed shoulder title,National Fire Service.
National Fire Service. WW II red on black embroidered overall / tunic badge worn by firefighters from Stone, Staffordshire. The number "25 " and the NFS monogram within a red circle.
National Fire Service. Embroidered WW II red on black example of the tunic / overall badge worn by firemen from Eltham,London. The monogram NFS above the number "37" on a black circular backing.
National Fire Service. WW II embroidered in red on black tunic / overall badge worn by firefighters in Southampton. The " NFS " monogram and the number " 14 " within a red circle.
National Fire Service. WW II printed red on dark blue tunic / overall badge, worn by firefighters from Ilford. The " NFS " monogram and the number " 36 " to the centre of a circlet.
National Fire Service. WW II embroidered red on black tunic / overall badge worn by firefighters from Worcestershire. The "NFS" monogram and the number "23" within a red circle.
National Fire Service. WW II king's crown chrome and enamel cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The NFS monogram in red enamel to the centre of a circle on a multi-faceted,crowned star.
National Fire Service. WW II printed example of the red on black tunic / overall badge worn by firefighters from Brighton -Sussex. The " NFS " monogram above the number "31" within a red circle.
National Fire Service. WW II printed example of the red on black tunic / overall insignia. The " NFS " monogram and number " 21 " within a red circle with black background. Worn by firefighters from Swansea.
National Fire Service. WW II embroidered example of the red on black tunic / overall insignia worn by firefighters from Louth -Lincolnshire. The " NFS " monogram above the number " 10 " within a red circle.
National Motor Volunteers. WW I brass shoulder title " NM / Volunteers ." bearing makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. Formed in WWI and administered by the Army Service Corps.
National Pigeon Service. Scarce WW II king\'s crown enamelled lapel badge with buttonhole fitting makers details for Marples & Beasley Birmingham and individual issue number to the reverse. A homing pigeon on a light blue ground within a crowned furled circlet bearing the title. Trained homing pigeons were used by the Army,R.A.F., Home Guard and Special Forces overseas to get message back to England.
National Reserve - Essex. King's crown brass lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Essex Seaxes to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
National Reserve- Derbyshire. Gilt and enamel " Small Size " lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The crowned Derbyshire Rose to the centre of a blue enamel oval bearing the title. { reverse with heavy staining }
National Reserve- Glamorgan. Brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for gaunt London to the reverse. The king's crown to the centre of a blue oval bearing the title.
National Reserve- London. Scarce gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting makers details for Gaunt London individual issue number and the area stamp \" Hackney \" to the reverse. The king\'s crown and the roman numeral \" II \" on a blue enamel ground within a white enamel oval carrying the title above a pair of crossed rifles. { Slight scuff to the blue enamel }
National Reserve- London. Gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting registration number, issue number Gaunt London makers details and \" London \" area stamped to the reverse. The king\'s crown and roman numerals \" II \" on a blue enamel ground within a white enamel oval bearing the title above a pair of crossed rifles.
National Reserve- London. Brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting individual issue number,registration number and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The King's crown to the centre of a blue enamel oval bearing the title.
National Reserve-Cornwall. Brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The king's crown to the centre of a blue enamel oval bearing the title.
National Reserve-London. Gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting makers details for Gaunt London individual issue number and \" Kensington \" to the reverse. The king\'s crown and roman numeral, \" II \" on a blue enamel ground within a white enamel oval bearing the title above a pair of crossed rifles with the number, \" 16 \" to the butt of one.
National Reserve-Wiltshire. Brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting, individual issue number and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The king's crown to the centre of a blue enamel oval bearing the title.
National Reserve-Wiltshire. Gilt and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting individual issue number and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The king's crown to the centre of a blue enamelled oval bearing the title, " National Reserve Wilts."
National Reserve. Brass and enamel king's crown lapel badge with original brooch pin individual issue number and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The white enamelled Swan from the Arms of Buckinghamshire to the centre of black / red enamelled crowned oval bearing the title, " National Reserve Bucks."
National Savings Scheme. WW II gold coloured plastic economy issue lapel badge with pin fitting to the reverse. Worn by members and organisers of various savings groups. The title "National Savings" to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel.
National Service Badge. WW II chrome and enamel lapel badge with brooch pin fitting and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. The monogram " S.R.M. Ltd. " on a maroon enamel ground above the individual issue number " 156 " within a white enamelled circlet bearing the title, " On National Service " { Slight enamel damage }
National Service. WW II brass and enamel National Service lapel badge with brooch pin fitting,individual issue number,the name "Fowler" and the inscription " If Found Hand To The Police" to the reverse. Swirl patterns in red enamel and brass to the centre of a red enamel circlet bearing the title,National Service.
National Service. WW II chrome and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting individual issue number and makers details for Fattorini Birmingham to the reverse. The letters " L Co." on a green enamel ground with the titles "National Service " above and below on cream enamel.
National Service. WW II embroidered sleeve badge worn by Boy Scouts assisting with the war effort. The king's crown flanked by the letters " N S " in yellow on a red rectangular backing.
National Service. WW II embroidered in yellow on red sleeve badge awarded to Boy Scouts assisting with the War Effort. The king's crown flanked by the letters, " N S " {Smaller pattern than my item 24271}
Naval Hospital - Southend. Scarce WW I gilt and enamel staff lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The cypher of Queen Mary on a ground of white enamel to the centre of an oval bearing the title, "H.M.Queen Mary's R.N.Hospital Southend 1915".
Naval Hospitals. Scarce king's crown silver bullion wire cap badge worn by a senior Naval Hospital Attendant. The Gothic letters "NH" on a ground of padded black velvet to the centre of a silver wire circlet surmounted by a red inset crown.
Navy and Army Canteen Board. Very scarce early embroidered in blue on khaki shoulder title, \" N.A.C.B \". This was the forerunner of the N.A.A.F.I. { Badly damaged to left side but not affecting the lettering.}
Navy and Army Canteens Board. Bronzed-brass king's crown cap badge with two flat lug fittings to the reverse. A Longship at sea surmounted by the crown above the " N.A.C.B " title scroll. {This was the forerunner of the N.A.A.F.I}
Navy and Army Canteens Board. Very scarce WWI bronze headdress badge with brooch pin fitting individual issue number, makers details for Vaughtons Birmingham and the inscription, \" Property of N.A.C.B. Imperial Court Knightsbridge \". A laurel wreath enclosing a circlet bearing \" Navy & Army Service 1917 \" with \" Navy & Army Women Canteens \" to the centre.
Navy Army and Air Force Institute. Bronze cap badge with two loops and individual issue number to the reverse. The " N.A.A.F.I. " acronym above a fouled anchor and a pair of wings to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the full title. [See item 23957 for matching collar badges ]
Navy Army and Air Force Institute. Pair of king's crown bronze collar badges. The " N.A.A.F.I. " acronym above a fouled anchor and a pair of wings within a crowned circlet bearing the full title. [see item 23900 for matching cap badge ]
Navy Army and Air Forces Institute. King\'s crown chromed white metal cap badge with two loops and individual issue number to the reverse. The \" N.A.A.F.I. \" acronym above a pair of wings laurel wreath and fouled anchor to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title.
Navy Army and Air Forces Institute. WW II era embroidered shoulder title worn by uniformed personnel of the N.A.A.F.I. This title in red within a pale green border on a black backing.
Navy Army and Air Forces Institute. WW II era king\'s crown blue on white embroidered headdress / overall badge. The \" NAAFI \" acronym surmounted by the crown above a pair of wings an anchor and wreath of laurel on a white diamond shaped backing.
Navy Army and Air Forces Institute. Embroidered in white on blue example of the headdress / overall insignia. The " NAFFI " acronym to the centre of the crown anchor and wings representing the three Services.
Navy Army and Air Forces Institutes. Unusual large size Naval issue king's crown embroidered light blue on white overall ? badge. The " NAAFI " acronym above a fouled anchor and ears of corn to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title. [Approx 7 cms high.]
Navy Army and Air Forces Institutes. King's crown light blue embroidered on dark blue headdress or overall badge. The " N.A.A.F.I. " acronym and the emblems of the three Forces to the centre of a circlet bearing the full title.
New Brunswick Rangers. WW II embroidered in blue on red \" Paste-back\" shoulder title, \" N.B / Rangers /Canada.\"
New Brunswick Regiment-Tank. Scarce pair of brass other ranks collar badges. An old style sailing ship and a WW I tank to the centre of double scrolls bearing the title and motto,connected by maple leaves.
New South Wales-Defence Force. Early pattern brass cap badge with three loops to the reverse. A cross bearing the lion and stars to the centre of a flowered wreath and surmounted by an Imperial Crown.
New Zealand - Artillery. King\'s crown brass cap badge with three loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. An old style field-gun above the motto scroll surmounted by the crown and \" N.Z. \" title.
New Zealand - Engineers. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The " NZE " monogram to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto surmounted by the Royal Crest.
New Zealand - Infantry. Scarce king's crown officers sil / gilt cap badge with two loops and an "S" stamp to the reverse worn by the 1st. Canterbury regiment. A White Crane to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title "1st.Regiment New Zealand Infantry " above the motto and "Canterbury " scrolls,within a wreath of fern.
New Zealand - Mounted Rifles. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse,worn by the 8th.[South Canterbury] Mounted Rifles. The Arms and Motto of the Earl of Ranfurly.
New Zealand - Mounted Rifles. [Otago Hussars] King's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Arms of Colonel Cowie Nichols to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto scroll and the title, "5th.M.R. [Otago Hussars ] within a wreath of fern.
New Zealand - Otago Rifle Volunteers. Scarce brass king's crown other ranks home service helmet plate with two [of three ] loops to the reverse. A shield bearing the stars of the Southern Cross to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto and title, " 3rd. Batt. Otago Rifle Volunteers." within a wreath of fern on a multi-rayed plate surmounted by the crown.
New Zealand - Post and Telegraph Corps. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A winged foot above the title scroll, "N.Z.P.& T.C. " surmounted by the crown and motto scroll.
New Zealand - Reinforcements. WW I brass cap badge with two wire loops to the reverse. The letter and number " C 1 " to the centre of a wreath of fern. Worn at the Featherston Training Camp.
New Zealand - Rifle Brigade. Scarce WWI brass cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse. The Lion and pennant flanked by the letters, " N Z " to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern above the scroll, " Expedy Forces ".
New Zealand -Mounted Rifles. Pair of brass not exactly colour matching collar badges one with Gaunt London makers details to the reverse. A Sparrow hawk upon double scrolls bearing the motto and title, " 7th. Southland M.R. "
New Zealand Engineers. Brass king's crown WW I cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the Railway Battalions New Zealand Engineers. A locomotive on train-tracks above crossed cannons and a fused grenade within a crowned oval bearing the title.
New Zealand Infantry. Superb quality gilt officers cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 5th. [Wellington Rifles] Regiment. The Crest of the Duke of Wellington above the title scroll,New Zealand.
New Zealand Infantry. Brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Tiptaft Birmingham,worn by the 9th [Wellington East Coast Rifles] Regiment. A stag's head and the roman numeral "IX" within a crowned wreath of fern with the motto scroll," Kia Toa" below.
New Zealand Infantry. Mint gilt queen's crown officers cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse,worn by the 3rd.[Auckland] Regiment N.Z. Infantry. This title on a crowned circlet around the mailed arm holding a sheaf,within a wreath of laurel,with the subsidiary title,Countess of Ranfurly's Own,below.
New Zealand Mounted Rifles. Brass shoulder title, NZMR with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse.
New Zealand Regiment. Excellent quality officer queens crown sil / gilt and enamel cap badge with two flat loops to the reverse. A kiwi bird to the centre of a crowned circlet in blue enamel bearing the title,within a wreath of fern.
New Zealand- Army Service Corps. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The "ASC" monogram to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap within a laurel wreath on a multi-rayed star bearing the letters, "N and Z".
New Zealand- Cyclists. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A crowned bicycle wheel backed by a pair of crossed rifles above the title scroll, \" N.Z Cyclist Corps.\" { See my item 28090 for this mans collar badges.}
New Zealand- Cyclists. Pair of king\'s crown brass collar badges. A bicycle wheel surmounted by the crown and backed by a pair of crossed rifles above the title scroll, \" N.Z. Cyclist Corps \" { See my item 28073 for this mans cap badge }
New Zealand- Infantry. Brass king's crown cap badge with two loops and makers details for M & K Ltd. Wellington N.Z. A Kiwi to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, "New Zealand Regiment " within a wreath of fern.
New Zealand- Mounted Rifles. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 6th. [Manawatu ] Mounted Rifles. The letters " NZ" and "6th" to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern above the title scroll.
New Zealand- Otago Rifles. Rare yellow brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A tree in a mountainous landscape to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Fourth Battalion Otago Territorial Rifles."
New Zealand- Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A Tui Bird to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the motto within a fern wreath above the title scroll, " W.A.A.C." and "NZ".
New Zealand-Artillery. Brass Victorian other ranks helmet plate with three loops to the reverse. An old style field-gun between scrolls bearing a laurel spray and the title, \"New Zealand Regular Forces\" surmounted by the Royal Arms.
New Zealand-Artillery. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. An old style field-gun with mounted wheel above the Artillery motto surmounted by the crown upon the "N.Z." title scroll.
New Zealand-Expeditionary Force. Gilt and enamel king's crown lapel badge with brooch pin fitting to the reverse. The letters "NZ" in green enamel to the centre of a crowned fern fronds,above the blue enamelled title scroll.
New Zealand. WW I bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 8th. { Southland Rifles } Regiment. The figure of an armed Maori warrior above the motto scroll, " Kia Mate Toa "
New Zealand. Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse worn by the 20th. Reinforcements. A Moa Bird to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the Maori motto within a wreath of fern that carries the title scroll, " 20th. New Zealand " .
New Zealand. Mint condition queen's crown officers gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A stag to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto within a wreath of fern bearing the title scroll, "12 & XIII." Worn by the 2nd.Battalion,[Canterbury & Nelson-Marlborough & West Coast ] Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment. [Finish is mint,much brighter than picture shows.]
New Zealand. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the New Zealand Post & Telegraph Corps. A foot flanked by a pair of wings above the " N.Z.P.& T.C. " scroll surmounted by the crown and " Ceritas " motto.
New Zealand. Brass WW I cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse worn by the 22nd.Reinforcements. A Moa bird to the centre of an oval bearing the titles,"XXII " and "Expeditionary Forces" above the letters "NZ" within a wreath of fern with the motto scroll below and a "Victorian " style crown above.
New Zealand. Pair of bi / metal collar badges with "clutch-pin" fittings to the reverse worn by the Wellington West Coast and Taranaki Regiment. A phoenix flanked by the roman numerals,VII and XI,above a tri-part scroll,The W.W.A.T.Regt.
New Zealand. Excellent quality 6th. [Hauraki] Regiment gilt officers cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The lion to the centre of a Garter Strap upon a star,with the motto,"Kia Kaha",above the title scroll.
New Zealand. Brass early pattern "hand-cut" ? shoulder title,N.Z.M.R. with two flat "conductor" style loops to the reverse, worn by units of the Mounted Rifles.
New Zealand. Excellent quality officers sil / gilt collar badge,worn by the 1st. [Canterbury] Infantry Regiment. A white crane upon double scrolls bearing the title and motto,"Ake Ake Kia Kaha".
New Zealand. Pair of brass collar badges with makers plates for Gaunt London to the reverse,worn by the 3rd.[Auckland] Regiment New Zealand Infantry. This title and the motto scroll below an armoured arm and a wheatsheaf.
New Zealand. Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 26th. Reinforcements. This title on a crowed circlet within a wreath of laurel carrying the " New Zealand " title with a Maori war canoe in front of a mountain range to the centre.
New Zealand. Scarce king's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 27th. Reinforcements. A lion to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title within a multi-rayed star and laurel wreath.
New Zealand. Brass king's crown cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 4th. Cadet Battalion Canterbury Regiment. A "White-Crane" to the centre of a crowned oval bearing the title within a wreath of fern,above "NZ" and the motto scroll. [See Corbett's book page 195.]
New Zealand. Queen's crown officers mint gilt cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the Northland Regiment. The old regimental number "15",a crown and a fern wreath to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto and the new title,"Northland". [See Corbett's book page 230]
New Zealand. Mint gilt officers single collar badge worn by the 3rd. [Auckland] Regiment New Zealand Infantry. A mailed arm holding a sheaf of wheat above double scrolls bearing the title and motto.
New Zealand. Pair of bi / metal collar badges with makers plates for Gaunt London to the reverse,worn by the 13th. [North Canterbury and Westland ] Regiment. The roman numerals,XIII,above the letters,NZI,within a wreath of fern.
New Zealand. Bronze cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by officers of the New Zealand Army Motor Reserve. A motor car steering wheel with the titles on the surround. [Worn during and just before WW I and then disbanded]
New Zealand. WW I brass cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse worn by the 18th. Infantry Reinforcements. The number " 18 " to the centre of a circlet on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll, " New Zealand "
New Zealand. Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 28th. Reinforcements. A crowned shield bearing the Southern Cross above a furled scroll carrying the Maori motto and " N. XXIII Z ".
New Zealand. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops and makers plate for Gaunt London to the reverse,worn by the 13th. [North Canterbury & Westland]Regiment. The roman numerals,XIII,and the letters"NZI" to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern,above the motto scroll,Kia Pono Tonu.
New Zealand. WW I king's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 17th. Reinforcement. A Kiwi and a pair of crossed rifles to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern bearing the title scroll " N Z. Reinforcements "
New Zealand. Pair of king's crown officers bronze service dress small size collar badges with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The " N Z " cypher within a crowned wreath of fern above the " Onward " motto scroll.
New Zealand. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 1st.Mounted Rifles [Canterbury Yeomanry Cavalry.] The ram's head,motto,letters,"CYC" and the date,1864 to the centre of a wreath of fern.
New Zealand. Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two loops,makers plate for Gaunt London and original green cloth shaped backing to the reverse,worn by the 1st.Wellington Rifles. The Crest of the Duke of Wellington. [This unit along with men from the 3rd.Aukland were the first New Zealand troops to leave the country on active service in WW I as part of the Samoan Expeditionary Force] [See Corbett's book page 209]
New Zealand. King's crown bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the Royal New Zealand Army Service Corps. A crowned multi-rayed star with the cypher of GviR to the centre of a Garter Strap within a wreath of laurel,above the title scroll,"R.N.Z.A.S.C.
New Zealand. Pair of brass collar badges worn by the 7th.[Wellington West Coast Rifles ] Regiment. The lion and coronet above the motto scroll. [very slight colour difference]
New Zealand. Brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the 14th. { South Otago Rifles } Regiment. The roman numeral " XIV " and the tri-part motto scroll within a wreath of roses shamrock and thistle surmounted by a Kea bird.
New Zealand. Queen's crown gilt and silvered cap badge with two flat lugs and makers details for Mayer & Toye Wellington N.Z to the reverse worn by the Royal New Zealand Chaplains Department. A quatrefoil to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto on a maltese cross within a crowned wreath of fern that carries the " RNZ ChD " title scroll.
New Zealand. King's crown bronzed cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The "NZ" monogram to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern above the scroll, "Onward".
New Zealand. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The " N.Z " monogram to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern bearing the motto, " Onward "
New Zealand. Scarce brass shoulder title, " 1.ORV." Worn by the 1.st. Battalion Otago Rifle Volunteers.
New Zealand. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 5th. [ Wellington Rifles ] Regiment. The Crest of the Duke of Wellington above the " New Zealand " title scroll.
New Zealand. Yellow brass early pattern collar badge. A fern leaf bearing the letters, " N Z " with flat lugs to the reverse.
New Zealand. WW I brass king's crown cap badge with two wire loops to the reverse worn by the 13th.Reinforcements Company. The roman numeral " XIII " to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern that bears " N Z " above the scroll " Reinforcements " [ Slight staining to scroll ]
New Zealand. King's crown brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the 10th. Regiment North Otago Rifles. This title on a crowned circlet within a wreath of fern and the motto scroll with a shield bearing the " Southern Cross " to the centre.
New Zealand. Brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the 9th. [ Wellington East Coast ] Mounted Rifles . A rearing horse above the motto scroll, " Fortes Fortuna Juvat "
New Zealand. Bronzed-brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the 4th. { Otago Rifles } Regiment. A Kiwi between fern fronds above the furled title scroll, \" 4th. N.Z.R. Reg. \"
New Zealand. Embroidered black on red shoulder title, " Royal New Zealand / Engineers ".
New Zealand. King's crown brass cap badge with two flat loops to the reverse. An armoured arm holding a sheaf of wheat to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " 3rd. { Auck } Regiment N.Z.Infanrty " within a wreath of laurel that carries the subsidiary title, " Countess of Ranfurly's Own "
New Zealand. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the " Fourth Battalion Wellington Regiment { Taranaki Rifles } " These titles below a facsimile of Mount Egmont.
New Zealand. WW I bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 14th Reinforcements New Zealand Expeditionary Force. The roman numeral " XIV " surmounted by the letter " F " to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern bearing " N Z " above the " Reinforcements " scroll.
New Zealand. Brass WW I collar badge worn by the 19th. Reinforcements. The roman numeral " XIX " above a Maori mask and motto scroll.
New Zealand. WW I bi / metal cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the 13th. { North Canterbury and Westland } Regiment. The roman numeral " XIII " and " NZI " to the centre of a crowned fern wreath above the motto scroll.
New Zealand. Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse worn by the 21st. Reinforcement. A Fantail bird with " New Zealand " to its tail feathers above a scroll bearing the title.
New Zealand. Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two wire loops { re-affixed or reinforced } to the reverse worn by the 1st. Battalion New Zealand Rifle Brigade { Earl of Liverpool's Own } Reinforcements 4 - 9 . The " ELO " monogram above the number " 1 " within a fern leaf wreath.
New Zealand. Scarce WW I brass kings crown cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse. The \" N Z \" monogram to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern that carries the title scroll, \" Expeditionary Forces \"
New Zealand. Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse worn by the 25th. Reinforcement. Two Maori warriors facing each other above the roman numeral " XXV " and the scroll, " Kia - New Zealand - Toa "
New Zealand. Early pattern brass headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. A fern leaf bearing the initials, " N.Z. " { Approx 6.5 cms wide }
New Zealand. Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse worn by the Rifle Brigade Reinforcements. A rampant lion holding a pennon flanked by the letters, " N Z " to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern above the " Reinforcements " title scroll.
New Zealand. Brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 12th. Nelson Infantry Regiment. A stag to the centre of a circlet bearing the title within a wreath of fern surmounted by the number, " 12 ".
New Zealand. WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 19th. Reinforcement New Zealand Expeditionary Force. A Maori mask and motto flanked by a pair of lions surmounted by the roman numeral " XIX " and the New Zealand title.
New Zealand. [ 2nd. Wellington West Coast Mounted Rifles.] Black-brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A punga tree to the centre of an oval bearing number " 2 " 's in circles and the titles, " Queen Alexandra's 2nd. W.W.C.Mtd.Rifles " above a scroll bearing the Maori motto, " Ae Ake Kia Kaka " [Gaunt Collection ] [ Pencilled description of the badge beneath it ]
New Zealand. { Reinforcements } Scarce brass WW I cap badge with two flat lugs to the reverse. A crowned wreath of fern bearing the letters, \" N.Z. \" above the scroll, \" Reinforcements \" with \" B / XIV \" to the centre.
New Zealand. { Reinforcements } Scarce WW I brass cap badge with two flat lugs to the revers. The letter \" H \" and roman numeral, \" XIV \" to the centre of a crowned wreath of fern bearing the letters, \" N.Z. \" above the title scroll, \" Reinforcements \"
Newcastle-on-Tyne Royal Grammar School - O.T.C. Black-brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. A horse\'s head above \" O.T.C. \" and the furled title scroll, \" Newcastle-on-Tyne R.G.School.\"
Newfoundland Forestry Unit. Rare white metal lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A caribou's head to the voided centre of an circlet bearing the title. Worn as a cap badge by members of the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit as part of the 3rd. Inverness-shire [Newfoundland ] Battalion Home Guard,instead of the Cameron Highlanders badges issued. [See " In the Space of a Single Day " by Mills and Carney page 31 ]
Newfoundland Forestry Unit. Extremely rare WW I brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The head of a caribou to the centre of a circlet bearing the title.
Newfoundland Rangers. Scarce gilt / brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Scully Montreal to the reverse. The head of a moose and the " Ubique " motto scroll to the centre of a strap bearing the title.
Newfoundland. WW II embroidered in red on black shoulder title, " Newfoundland ".
Nigeria Customs. King\'s crown grey \"gun-metal\" cap badge for the Nigeria Customs Preventative Service. A six-pointed star in a crowned circlet and wreath,above a scroll bearing the title,with slider to the reverse,bearing makers details for Firmin London.[See Owen item 3818]
Nigeria District. Printed example of the yellow palm tree within a black circle on a green square.
No. 1 Armoured Replacement Group. C.M.F. Scarce woven example of the head of Mars blowing a tank from his mouth on a background of yellow and red. Worn by Forward Delivery Squadrons of the Royal Armoured Corps.
No.1 Armoured Replacement Group C.M.F. Rare WW II woven example of the head of Mars blowing flames and a tank from his mouth on a red and yellow backing. Worn by Forward Delivery Squadrons of the Royal Armoured Corps.
Non-Combatant Corps. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The letters, " N.C.C. " Worn by conscientious objectors who served unarmed in uniform.
Norfolk Artillery - Cadets. Scarce brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Arms of Norfolk to the centre of a circlet bearing the title, " Cadet Norfolk Artillery " above a furled motto scroll, " Multum In Parvo."
Norfolk Cadets. Printed example of the red figure of Britannia on a yellow triangle. { Paper stuck to reverse }
Norfolk Regiment - Volunteers. Scarce white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The figure of Britannia to the centre of a laurel wreath above the title scroll, " 2nd. V.B. Norfolk Regt. "
Norfolk Regiment- Volunteers. Scarce victorian white on scarlet embroidered shoulder strap, \" 3 / V / Norfolk \". Worn by the 3rd. { East Dereham } Volunteer Battalion Norfolk Regiment. { Note strap appears to have been officially made from re-used Infantry Tunics by the white piped reverse. } See Westlake\'s book \" The Volunteer Infantry \" page 23 for photograph of the strap in wear.}
Norfolk Regiment- Volunteers. Scarce victorian white metal glengarry badge with three black loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. { Norwich } Volunteer Battalion Norfolk Regiment. The figure of Britannia to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title. { Small pearl missing from tip of the crown }
Norfolk Regiment. WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The figure of Britannia to the centre of a wreath of laurel above the title scroll.
Norfolk Regiment. Scarce Victorian officers sil / gilt glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. The figure of Britannia on a ground of black velvet to the centre of a crowned Garter Strap. [Slight scuff mark to left side of the gilt strap ]
Norfolk Regiment. Other ranks bi / metal home service helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. The figure of Britannia to the centre of a circlet bearing the title. Designed to be worn with the universal pattern helmet plate. [ Now with black cloth backing for display ]
Norfolk Regiment. Brass large size foreign service helmet pagri badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The figure of Britannia. { Approx 5.5 cms high} {Slider shortened as is usually the case with these badges}
Norfolk Regiment. Brass shoulder title, " T / 5 / Norfolk " Worn by the 5th.{ East Dereham } Battalion Norfolk Regiment.
Norfolk Regiment. Scarce officers unmarked silver cap badge with two loops a shaped black cloth and purpose made metal back-plate to the reverse. The figure of Britannia above the title tablet, \" The Norfolk Regt.\"
Norfolk Regiment. Brass shoulder title \" T / 6 / Norfolk \" complete with original shaped brass back-plate to the reverse worn by the 6th. { Norwich } { Cyclist } Territorial Battalion Norfolk Regiment.
Norfolk Regiment. First pattern officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The figure of Britannia upon the tablet, \" The Norfolk Regt.\"
Norfolk Rifle Volunteers. Scarce white metal victorian glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the \" City of Norwich Volunteers \" This title on a crowned strap with the castle and lion to the centre.
Norfolk Volunteer Regiment. WW I bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the Norfolk Volunteer Training Corps. A three towered castle and a lion above the tri-part title scroll, " The Norfolk Volunteers "
Norfolk Volunteer Regiment. Scarce WW I black-brass shoulder title , " N.V.R." worn by the Norfolk Volunteer Regiment as part of the Volunteer Training Corps. [Gaunt Collection ]
Norfolk Volunteer Regiment. Black-brass cap badge with two loops and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse worn by the WW I raised Norfolk Volunteers as part of the Volunteer Training Corps A pair of crossed rifles surmounted by the " NVR " cypher and a coronet.
Norfolk Volunteers. Scarce WW I bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn by the City of Norwich Volunteers. This title on a tri-part scroll with the Castle above the Lion to the centre. Raised in WW I as part of the Volunteer Training Corps.
Norfolk Volunteers. Scarce victorian white metal shako plate with two loops to the reverse. The castle and lion to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title, " City of Norwich Volunteers " on a multi-rayed star plate.
Norfolk Yeomanry { King\'s Own Royal Regiment } King\'s crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The crowned cypher of GvR .
Norfolk Yeomanry. King's crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { folded into loops } to the reverse. The cypher of GvR.
Norfolk Yeomanry. Scarce King's crown brass cap badge with three loops to the reverse. The cypher of EviiR.
Norfolk Yeomanry. { King\'s Own Royal regiment } Scarce king's crown officers gilt badge with two loops to the reverse { Folded into loops } worn on the shoulder chains of the full dress blues. The cypher of GvR surmounted by the crown.
North Africa. Very unusual locally made embroidered shoulder title in red on black, " N. Africa. "
North Devonshire Hussars. King\'s crown brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The \" NDH \" monogram surmounted by the crown. { Monogram polished by \" old soldier \" priced accordingly.}
North Devonshire Hussars. Large brass shoulder title, \" N D H \"
North East District. Scarce embroidered example of the green and black diagonally divided rectangle bearing the two red " T 's " in the black section and the white Yorkshire Rose in the green part. { Sign produced but never worn }
North Highland District. WW II embroidered example of the yellow Scottish Lion on a diagonally divided purple and green square background.
North Irish Brigade. Fine quality queen's crown silver-plate and gilt piper's caubeen badge with four loops to the reverse. The crowned Angel Harp above the furled title scroll.
North Irish Horse. Scarce pair of officers silver plated queen's crown collar badges. The crowned Angel Harp above a tri-part angular title scroll.
North Irish Horse. Scarce pair of king's crown chromed / white metal collar badges with single lug fitting to the reverse. The crowned Angel Harp above the tri-part angular title scroll.
North Irish Horse. Scarce WW II embroidered in white on dark green shoulder title, " North Irish Horse"
North Irish Horse. Scarce pair of king\'s crown officers bronze service dress collar badges. The crowned Angel Harp above the tri-part angular title scroll, \" North Irish Horse.\"
North Irish Horse. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The crowned Angel Harp above the tri-part angular title scroll, \" North Irish Horse.\"
North Irish Horse. Scarce embroidered example of a tropical jungle green shoulder strap slip-on bearing three white rank " pips" and the black embroidered title, " North Irish Horse ".
North Irish Horse. Scarce queen's crown aluminium NCO's sleeve badge with one of the originally two loops to the reverse. The Angel Harp to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title and a spray of shamrock. { Slight damage to the circlet where the loop was removed, priced accordingly for a scarce item. }
North Irish Horse. King\'s crown brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The crowned Angel Harp above the tri-part angular title scroll, \" North Irish Horse \"
North Irish Horse. King\'s crown chromed white metal 1950\'s cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The crowned Angel Harp above the tri-part title scroll, \" North Irish Horse.\"
North Irish Horse. Embroidered in white on dark green shoulder title, \" North Irish Horse \"
North Irish Horse. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" N.I.H \"
North Kent and Surrey District. WW II stencil / painted example of the White horse within a white oval on a dark green background.
North of Ireland - Imperial Yeomanry. Rare white metal full dress shoulder title, \" I Y / North of Ireland.\"
North Palestine District. Printed example of the light blue fish on a black square background.
North Riding District. Scarce WW II embroidered example of the pale khaki shield bearing three white Yorkshire Roses above the Cross of St.George. As part of Northern Command this was an important training area based around Catterick.
North Riding of Yorkshire - Home Guard. Scarce king's crown white metal lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. The letters " HG " to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing, " AA - Z - RA " and " 101 - NR " Representing the 101 [North Riding ] Home Guard Anti-Aircraft Rocket Battery, Z Sector Royal Artillery. Commanded by Maj. W.E. Telfer and based in Middlesbrough.
North Riding of Yorkshire- Home Guard. Brass and enamel lapel badge with buttonhole fitting to the reverse. The titles " Green Howards N.R. " backed with green enamel between red enamel backed " Home Guard " and " Association ". [Buttonhole fitting slightly twisted ]
North Riding of Yorkshire-Cadets. Scarce brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. A shield bearing the Yorkshire Rose and the titles, \" N.R. Cadets \"
North Riding Rifle Volunteers. Scarce black-brass shoulder title, " NR rose RV. " [Gaunt Collection ] [See item 22766 for cap badge ]
North Riding Rifle Volunteers. Black brass cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose above the letters " R V " and the title scroll " North Riding ". [Gaunt Collection ] [See item 22686 for matching shoulder title ]
North Somerset Imperial Yeomanry. Superb and rare officers silver and enamel slouch hat badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of EviiR to the voided centre of a blue enamelled strap and multi-pointed star bearing the motto within a large blue enamelled strap carrying the title, " North Somerset Imperial Yeomanry "
North Somerset Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass shoulder title, NSIY.
North Somerset Imperial Yeomanry. Extremely rare silver bullion wire embroidered officers forage cap badge. The " NSIY " cypher surmounted by the red velvet inset crown on an off-white backing.
North Somerset Imperial Yeomanry. Rare officers bronze service dress cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of E vii R to the centre of a circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star within a strap carrying the title, " North Somerset Imperial Yeomanry "
North Somerset Yeomanry / 44 Royal Tank Regiment. White on black embroidered shoulder title, North Somerset Yeomanry / 44 R.T.R.
North Somerset Yeomanry / 44th.Royal Tank Regiment. Pair of queen's crown anodised aluminium collar badges with single lug fitting to the reverse. {Matching items for the cap badge- 27012}
North Somerset Yeomanry / 44th.Royal Tank Regiment. Queen's crown anodised aluminium cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse bearing makers details for Firmin London. A WW I style tank to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto above the "Fear Naught " scroll on a multi-rayed star within a laurel wreath.
North Somerset Yeomanry / 44th.Royal Tank Regiment. Scarce queen's crown officers silver plated cap badge with two long loops to the reverse. A WW I style tank to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto above the scroll, " Fear Naught " on a multi-rayed star within a wreath of laurel.
North Somerset Yeomanry. Embroidered white on black shoulder title, " North Somerset & Bristol / Yeomanry ".
North Somerset Yeomanry. White metal king's crown cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto," Arma Pacis Fulcra" on a multi-rayed star.
North Somerset Yeomanry. Scarce WW II black on khaki shoulder strap slip-on, Y / N.Somerset. [Reverse canvas loops absent.]
North Somerset Yeomanry. Scarce king\'s crown white metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of EviiR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star.
North Somerset Yeomanry. King\'s crown white metal NCO\'s sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star. { Apprx 5 cms high }
North Somerset Yeomanry. Embroidered in white on black early pattern shoulder title, " North Somerset Yeomanry."
North Somerset Yeomanry. Scarce brass shoulder title, \" N S Y \"
North Somerset Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, \" Y / N. Somerset.\" { Slight crease across the letter, \" Y \" }
North Somerset Yeomanry. King\'s crown white metal NCO\'s cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll, \" North Somerset Yeomanry.\"
North Somerset Yeomanry. Scarce queen's crown officers silver plated cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The EiiR cypher to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll. {Some light staining to the star.}
North Somerset Yeomanry. Fine pair of queen\'s crown officers silver plated collar badges. The cypher of EiiR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll.
North Somerset Yeomanry. Scarce brass slouch hat badge with two loops to the reverse. The letters " N S " in heavy struck brass.
North Somerset Yeomanry. King's crown white metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto within a multi-rayed star.
North Somerset Yeomanry. Scarce king\'s crown officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades { Folded into loops } to the reverse. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star above the furled title scroll, \" North Somerset Yeomanry \"
North Somerset Yeomanry. Pair of king\'s crown white metal collar badges. The cypher of GvR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll.
North Somerset Yeomanry. Fine quality king\'s crown officers silver plated cap badge with two loops and a \" P \" stamp to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll.
North Somerset Yeomanry. Scarce Queen's crown officers bullion wire embroidered 1950's beret badge. The EiiR cypher to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star above the title scroll. Embroidered in silver wire with blue backing to the title and motto all on a maroon background.
North Somerset Yeomanry. King\'s crown officers silver plated cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The cypher of GviR to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the motto on a multi-rayed star above the furled title scroll, \" North Somerset Yeomanry \"
North Staffordshire Regiment. WW I all brass economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Staffordshire Knot surmounted by the Prince of Wales's plumes above the title scroll, " North Stafford ".
North Staffordshire Regiment. Brass shoulder title, " T / 6 / N.Stafford " Worn by the 6th. { Burton-on-Trent } Territorial Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment.
North Staffordshire Regiment. WW II printed in white on red shoulder title, \" North Stafford\"
North Staffordshire Regiment. { Prince of Wales\'s } Fine quality bi / metal victorian / edwardian cap badge with two black loops to the reverse. The Staffordshire Knot surmounted by the Prince of Wales\'s plumes above the title scroll, \" North Stafford \"
Northamptonshire Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce brass shoulder title, " N I Y "
Northamptonshire Imperial Yeomanry. Scarce large pattern bi / metal headdress badge with two loops and original ? maroon shaped cloth backing to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover above a spray of rose thistle and shamrock to the centre of a furled scroll bearing the title.
Northamptonshire Regiment. WW II printed in white on red shoulder title, \" Northamptonshire \"
Northamptonshire Regiment. Victorian pattern bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The castle with flag flying from the central tower and the "Talavera" honour to the centre of a wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll and the "Gibraltar " honour. [This pattern worn into the early 1900's.]
Northamptonshire Regiment. Officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The Castle and \" Talavera \" honour to the centre of a laurel wreath bearing the title scroll and main honour, \" Gibraltar \"
Northamptonshire Regiment. WW II black on khaki larger pattern slip-on shoulder title, " Northamptonshire " with canvas loops to the reverse.
Northamptonshire Regiment. Officers silver / gilt cap badge with two loops makers details for Gaunt London an a " P " stamp to the reverse. The " Gibraltar " honour scroll above the castle and " Talavera " to the centre of a wreath of laurel that carries the title scroll. { Slight plating loss.}
Northamptonshire Regiment.- Territorials. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting { Shaped to a point } to the reverse worn by the 4th. Territorial Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment. The Castle to the centre of two blank scrolls within a wreath of laurel carrying the \" Northamptonshire \" title.
Northamptonshire Regiment.- Territorials. Scarce officers bronze service dress cap badge with two blades to the reverse worn by the 4th. Territorial Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment. The castle and South Africa honour surmounted by the title, " 4th.Battalion " within a wreath of laurel bearing the Northamptonshire title scroll.
Northamptonshire Regiment.- Territorials. Scarce bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 4th. Territorial Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment. The Castle and the South Africa honour surmounted by the " 4th. Battalion " title scroll to the centre of a wreath of laurel that carries the title, " Northamptonshire ".
Northamptonshire Rifle Volunteers. Superb quality silvered officers Victorian cross-belt plate with three screw bolts to the reverse. The number "1" and a strung bugle horn to the centre of a strap bearing the title upon a crowned multi-rayed star plate.
Northamptonshire Rifle Volunteers. White metal Victorian glengarry badge with two loops to the reverse. A bugle horn with strings to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title " 1st. Northamptonshire R.V."
Northamptonshire Yeomanry / Imperial Yeomanry. Small group of various patterns and sizes officers and other ranks tunic buttons. Including silver, bronze, gilt and brass examples.
Northamptonshire Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, \" T / Y / Northampton\"
Northamptonshire Yeomanry. Superb quality officers silver and gilt headdress badge with two loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover above a spray of rose, shamrock and thistle to the centre of a folded scroll-circlet bearing the title, \" Northamptonshire Yeomanry.\"
Northamptonshire Yeomanry. Pair of anodised aluminium collar badges. The White Horse of Hanover.
Northamptonshire Yeomanry. Brass shoulder title, " Y / Northampton "
Northamptonshire Yeomanry. Extremely scarce other ranks brass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse worn on Service dress from 1908-1920. The White Horse of Hanover.
Northamptonshire Yeomanry. Embroidered pale blue on dark blue shoulder title,Northamptonshire Yeomanry.
Northamptonshire Yeomanry. Officers die-cast silver plated cap badge with two long loops to the reverse. The White Horse of Hanover to the centre of an oval bearing the title.
Northamptonshire Yeomanry. Group of eight various sizes and styles buttons, all with shanks to the reverse.
Northamptonshire Yeomanry. White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The Horse of Hanover to the centre of an oval bearing the title. [ One loop slightly twisted.]
Northamptonshire Yeomanry. White metal NCO's sleeve badge with two loops to the reverse. The white Horse of Hanover. { Approx 4.5 x 6 cms.}