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6th (Territorial Battalion) The Hampshire Regiment (Duke of Connaughts Own) Officers OSD Bronze Collar Badge - Firmin Tablet

Officers die cast bronze OSD fretted collar badge with two original loops to reverse and maker's mark Firmin tablet to back of crown. Same size as cap badge (see item listed above). in superb condition.

Churchill No 1030 refers.

B82.2

Code: 61017Price:


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Green Howards ( Alexandra, Princess of Wales' Own Yorkshire Regiment ) Officers Silver Plated Collar Badge - Gaunt

Die cast silver plated collar badge as worn on No 1 and Mess Dress with two original lugs to the reverse and maker marked JR Gaunt London stamped on the reverse. Circa 2.5cm tall. In very good condition.

Churchill No 571 refers.

Coll.

Code: 61015Price: 12.00 GBP


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Seaforth Highlanders Officers Gilt Collar Badge F Cypher

Gilt bright with three original lugs to the reverse. In very good condition with only minor service wear - please add an elephant! Circa 2.1cm tall and 4cm wide (the correct pattern of elephant can be found at item 55172 but sadly bronze rather than gilt).

Churchill No 1683 refers.

F14.14

Code: 60950Price: 20.00 GBP


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Matched Pair of Large Pattern Gold Bullion Grenade Collar Badges

Large matched pair, circa 6.6cm tall, gold bullion on black left backings. Worn by a number of corps and regiments. Excellent condition and of good quality.

Coll.

Code: 60925Price: 18.00 GBP


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Northumberland Fusiliers ( NF ) Officer's OSD Bronze Upright Collar Badge, Right Facing.

In very good condition with minimal wear and a false bullion tall pattern collar badge, St George facing to the right, two part construction with two original lugs. Circa 59 mm tall. Worn 1896 - 1919. Listed separately from the item below as not a close match.

Col. D. Wood No. 232 refers.

Coll.

Code: 60928Price: 15.00 GBP


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Northumberland Fusiliers ( NF ) Officer's OSD Bronze Collar Badge, Left Facing.

In very good condition with minimal wear and a false bullion tall pattern collar badge, St George facing to the left two part construction with two original lugs. Circa 57 mm tall. Worn 1896 - 1919.

Col. D. Wood No. 232 refers.

Coll.

Code: 60926Price: 15.00 GBP


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WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th - 23rd Service Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) Officer’s OSD bronze facing pair collar badges

A scarce die-cast facing matched pair with the Lion emerging from tower. Two original loops to the reverse. Hard to find a good pair. Correctly worn with the lions facing outwards.

D. Wood No 452 refers.

F51.2

Code: 60913Price:


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North Staffordshire Regiment (POW) Officers OSD Bronze Collar Badge

A die cast bronze example in very good condition with two original lugs to the reverse, slight verdigris to lugs. Circa 3cm tall.

Westlake No 1565 refers.

Comm JT

Code: 60836Price: 10.00 GBP


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South Wales Borderers / Lincolnshire Regiment White Metal Other Ranks Collar Badge - Right Facing

Worn by either of the above mentioned regiments, as this pattern of collar badge was universal to them both. In very good condition with two original brass loops to the reverse.

Westlake Nos 316/661

Coll

Code: 60676Price: 5.00 GBP


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Early Imperial Crown Matched Brass Collar Badge Universal Pattern as worn by many Regiments of Foot, 1872 - 1878 only

Scarce brass collar badge with an original single horizontal loop to reverse, as issued. In very good condition with sharp detail.

Now, to dispel a myth, these may well have been worn by the 11th ( Devonshire Regiment), but they were generic issue to most regiments without a special device, such as fusilier regiments which were authorised to wear grenades, or light infantry regiments who were authorised to wear bugles, or other special devices approved at the time. There were other special devices, such as the 1st Regiment ( Royal Scots) who were authorised in 1872 to wear a collar badge in the form of a thistle.

In an attempt to list the units who may have worn this generic pattern of collars in the early 1870s (typically 1872 - 1878), I have compiled the following list from Churchill:

2nd ( Queen's )
3rd ( Buffs )
11th (North Devon )
12th ( East Suffolk )
14th ( West Yorkshire )
19th (Green Howards ), replaced in 1875 with a different pattern crown (Churchill 559) - see item below
29th ( Worcestershire )
35th ( Royal Sussex )
39th (Dorsetshire )
42nd ( Black Watch )
44th ( East Essex )
45th ( Sherwood Foresters )
48th ( Northamptonshire )
53rd ( King's Shropshire Light Infantry )
62nd ( Wiltshire )
64th ( North Staffordshire )
83rd ( County of Dublin / RIR / RUR )

Churchill page 1 and No 333 refers.

The final photo compares the generic pattern for sale here with the special 19th Foot (Green Howards) pattern on the left, for sale below.

F23.3(1)

Code: 60673Price: 25.00 GBP

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