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Queen's 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.

D80.3

Code: 59443Price: 80.00 GBP


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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.

D80.3

Code: 59418Price: 35.00 GBP


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

An attractive two part construction Queen's crown bi - metal cap badge with two original loops to the reverse. it depicts a WW I tank backed by a crossed rifle and sword on a crowned musician's lyre, with double scrolls bearing the titles: "Heavy Cavalry " and " Cambrai Band". The tank appears to be finished in a white enamel. 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 Light Cavalry Band.

D80.3

Code: 59404Price:


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The Norfolk Yeomanry ( King's Own Royal Regiment ( KORR ) ) GV Brass Cap Badge

Brass cap badge with original slider to the reverse. In the form of the Royal Cypher for King George V. As worn 1911 to 1935. Circa 4cm tall. In good condition.

K&K Vol 1 No 1477 refers

D80.6

Code: 59345Price: 25.00 GBP


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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.

D80.1

Code: 59338Price: 45.00 GBP


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East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry Officer's Frosted Silver Plated and Gilt Field Service Cap Badge

Die cast, two part construction with two original long loops to the reverse and stamped P for silver plate. Circa 4.3cm wide. In excellent condition. Worn 1920 - 1956.

K&K Vol2 No 1496 refers (page 126).

D80.4

Code: 59322Price:


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The Staffordshire Yeomanry ( Queen 's Own Royal Regiment ) White Metal Cap Badge

A die struck white metal metal cap badge with original slider . The design is the Stafford Knot with a King 's crown above. In very good condition with sharp detail. Worn from 1908 until 1967. Became part of the Queen 's Own Mercian Yeomanry. Not often encountered in white metal.

This unit was 5th in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1794.


D80.3

Code: 59281Price: 35.00 GBP


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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.

D80.3

Code: 59277Price: 6.00 GBP


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Leicestershire & Derbyshire Yeomanry Bi-metal cap badge, QEII issue

A good and scarce die stamped bi-metal example. Original slider to the reverse and Maker stamped J.R.Gaunt, London (no full-stop). Some traces of polish to the reverse otherwise in very good condition. Worn in metal as QEII issue 1957 to 1963 only.

See http://www.paoyeomanry.co.uk/LY19572006Badge.htm

(the penultimate badge in the link above)

D99.6

Code: 59276Price: 45.00 GBP


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Middlesex Yeomanry Cavalry Officer's Padded Bullion Forage Cap Badge, King's Crown Pattern

A fine pre 1953 King's crown gold wire embroidered with coloured silks padded example with the letters MYC entwined to the centre surrounded by the regimental motto "Pro Aris et Focis" (For Hearth and Home). On black felt backing. Some paper and glue stuck to reverse from where it was removed from a display board. Some wear to red felt backing to crown otherwise in excellent condition. Circa 6.5cm tall. Rare.

D99.1

Code: 59266Price:

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