+44 (0)7411 113584



click for more images

23rd London Armoured Car Company Bi-Metal Cap Badge

A scarce short-lived bi-metal cap badge with two original loops to the reverse. Also styled as the 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). In very good condition with no damage to end of rifles. According to Gaylor this pattern of badge was worn between 1938 - 1939 only (text facing Plate 34).

K&K Vol 2 No 2289 refers.


Code: 61253Price: 65.00 GBP

click for more images

Queens Own Hussars (QOH) Anodised Aluminium Cap Badge - Gaunt London

A worn example, with original slider maker marked JR Gaunt London. Signs of service wear and tail bent downwards behind rear legs to protect it. A reasonable rather than good example.

The Queen's Own Hussars was formed from the amalgamation of the 3rd The King's Own Hussars and the 7th Queen's Own Hussars in 1958. The regiment served in Aden and Northern Ireland and as part of the British Army of the Rhine (BAOR). The regiment was amalgamated with the Queen's Royal Irish Hussars to form the Queen's Royal Hussars on 1 September 1993.

Comm JT

Code: 61234Price: 6.00 GBP

click for more images

Queens Royal Irish Hussars (QRIH) Pipers Full Dress Pouch Badge

A scarce post 1958 die cast bi-metal piper's pouch example with three screw posts and nuts to the reverse. Some minor twisting to screw post otherwise in excellent condition. Worn until 1993.


Code: 61223Price: 65.00 GBP

click for more images

17th / 21st Lancers White Metal Cap Motto

In very good condition with original slider.

The most distinctive insignia of any British cavalry regiment, the Motto as it is always referred to by those in the know, was awarded for the defeat of the French at Quebec in 1759.

K&K Vol 1, Fig. 782 refers.

Comm JT

On hold for PG

Code: 61206Price:

click for more images

The Light Cavalry Band Bi-Metal Cap Badge, Silver plated and gilt

An attractive two part construction Queen's crown gilt and flat silver plated cap badge with two original loops to the reverse. it depicts a running horse backed by a crossed swords and lances on a crowned musician's lyre, with a double scroll bearing the title: "Light Cavalry ". Maker marked F&S (Firmin & Son). Circa 4.7cm tall. In excellent condition. Worn 2006 - 2014.

Now styled as the Band of the Royal Armoured Corps following its amalgamation with the Heavy Cavalry & Cambrai Band.


Code: 61198Price:

click for more images

Shropshire Yeomanry Brass Gilding Metal Cap Badge

As worn from 1908 until 1950. Un-voided. Original slider (slightly squashed flat at top of crown). Appears to have been double struck from the reverse but does not affect front image.

This unit was 6th in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1795.

K&K Vol 1 1415 refers.


Code: 61185Price: 28.00 GBP

click for more images

The Household Cavalry Gold AA Anodised Aluminium Forage Cap Badge - Timings

Early Timings made badge, some service wear to finish and some rippling from wear, in reasonable condition. Slider correctly marked H.W. Timings Ltd, B'ham. Scarce.

K&K Vol2 No 1884 refers.


Code: 61177Price: 36.00 GBP

click for more images

Royal Armoured Corps ( RAC ) White Metal Cap Badge, QEII issue

Die struck, with original slider to the reverse, maker marked AMMO UK. In near mint condition.


Code: 61166Price: 5.00 GBP

click for more images

WW2 RAC Royal Armoured Corps 1st Pattern Brass Cap Badge

In very good condition with original slider to reverse. The badge appears to have been lacquered. Worn 1939 - 1941.

Comm JT

Code: 61159Price: 15.00 GBP

click for more images

RAC Royal Armoured Corps 2nd Pattern White Metal Cap Badge

In very good condition, die struck with two original loops to the reverse. King's crown. Worn 1941 - 1955.

Comm JT

Code: 61158Price: 10.00 GBP

Website designed & maintained by Concept500