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Kent & County of London Yeomanry Officers Silver Plated and Gilt Cap Badge, QEII Issue

A stunning frosted silver plated & gilt cap badge to the Kent & County of London Yeomanry. With two original loops to the reverse. In fabulous condition. My photos do not do it justice.

K&K Vol 2 No 2288 refers

Comm PG

Code: 60398Price: 65.00 GBP

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The Lanarkshire Yeomanry Brass Cap Badge, pre 1953

A die struck brass metal cap badge with original slider to the reverse. A good strong badge with reinforcing bar to back of crown. Sharp detail and in very good condition.

The design is based upon the seal of the Royal Burgh of Lanark that of a double headed eagle grasping a bell in its right claw with a king 's crown above and a scroll " Lanarkshire Yeomanry " below. In 1953, according to Gaylor, it was decided to discard the scroll. There was no QEII version and in 1956 the Regiment was merged with two other lowland units to form the Queen 's Own Lowland Yeomanry.

K&K Vol 1 No 1430 refers.

Comm PG

Code: 60394Price: 32.00 GBP

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The Queens Own Yorkshire Dragoons Yeomanry Brass Cap Badge

Die struck brass cap badge with original slider. Some signs of service wear but generally in good condition.

K&K Vol 1 No 1420

Comm PG

Code: 60387Price: 14.00 GBP

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4th Queens Own Hussars Matching Pair of Bi-Metal Collar Badges - QEII issue

A lovely pair of collar badges matching, with two original loops to the reverse of each. Sharp detail. Queen's crown.


Code: 60371Price: 22.00 GBP

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The Sussex Yeomanry ( Dragoons ) Brass Cap Badge - Larger Pattern

A brass gilding metal cap badge with original slider. Circa 4.7cm tall. In good condition (slight twisting to crown). This is the large pattern as opposed to the smaller pattern listed at 58010 (K&K Vol 1 No 1479). The final photo compares the two patterns. Only the one on the right for sale here.

The central shield bears six martlets ( from the Arms of the Ancient Kingdom of the South Saxons ). Before 1908 ( as IY ) the badge was worn without the scroll.

This unit was 42nd in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1901.

K&K Vol 1 No 1480 refers.


Code: 60364Price: 30.00 GBP

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Westmoreland and Cumberland Yeomanry Silver Anodised Aluminium Cap Badge - Firmin

AA issue with QEII crown and original slider maker marked Firmin London. In very good condition. Worn from 1962. note the change of spelling from Westmorland to Westmoreland (Gaylor page 84 refers). As worn by 851st (Westmoreland And Cumberland Yeomanry) Independent Battery, RA (TA).


Code: 60357Price: 25.00 GBP

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Royal Norfolk Yeomanry aa Anodised Aluminium Cap Badge

QEII cypher, with original slider. In very good condition. Some controversy as to whether they ever wore this in aa. Possibly royal parks department.


Code: 59858Price:

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23rd London Armoured Car Company Bi-Metal Cap Badge

A scarce short-lived bi-metal cap badge with two original loops to the reverse (some twisting to one). 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). More of a bronze finish to the front.

K&K Vol 2 No 2289 refers.


Sold to Niels

Code: 59852Price:

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Royal North Devonshire Hussars Yeomanry R.F.A. Bronze Cap Badge - scarce, only worn for a few months

A scarce Royal Devon Yeomanry RFA un-voided bronze cap badge with two original loops to the reverse, ONLY WORN from 24th April to 18th December 1924 as this is the very scarce first pattern with " R.F.A." in place of the more usual second pattern encountered which has " artillery " in the title. Circa 4cm tall.

K&K Vol 2 No 1454 refers


Code: 59782Price: 75.00 GBP

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The 3rd ( King's Own ) Hussars Other Ranks Bi-metal Cap Badge (2nd pattern)

A really lovely example with the White Horse of Hanover and original slider. This smaller pattern horse appeared in 1930 (much more akin to the size of the horse used on the badge of the West Yorkshire Regiment) and with the addition of "THE" in the title scroll. In 1958, the Regiment was merged with the 7th Hussars.

K&K Vol 2, Fig. 1894 refers.


Code: 59729Price: 15.00 GBP

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