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6th (Territorial ) Battalion Durham Light Infantry ( DLI ) Blackened Brass Cap Badge, King' s Crown

A king 's crown blackened brass cap badge with original slider to the reverse ( bottom third clipped off), otherwise in very good condition.

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Code: 58463Price: 35.00 GBP


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Cambridgeshire Regiment ( Territorial Force ) Bi Metal Cap Badge with South Africa 1900-01 Scroll

A scarce cap badge with the scroll part of main badge (not separately attached) with original slider to the reverse. A small touch of verdigris to front. Two expansion / braising holes to reverse visible on right hand side. The South Africa scroll was worn as a battle honour due to the volunteers of the 3rd Cambs VBs that fought in the Boer War with the Suffolk Regiment.

K&K Vol 1 No 1816 (states this is officer's pattern, but only mentions it being found in silver plate and bronze). however consulting the BMBF and there is confirmation there of this being worn by other ranks from 1909 to 1914. See also the following URL:

http://www.cambridgeshireregiment1914-18.co.uk/badges-and-insignia.html

D13.17

Code: 58453Price:


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Early Artists 's Rifles / 20th Middlesex RVC Blackened Brass Slouch Hat Badge

Blackened Brass Die Struck version with two original loops to the reverse. As worn on the grey slouch hat with grey full dress up to 1914. (See Gaylor p78). Circa 4cm tall. In very good condition with a good patina (there is a small retaining ring from a chain to the hoop of one lug which can easily be removed, I forgot before photographing). Also worn by the 20th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers pre 1908. Scarce.

D13.14

Code: 58451Price:


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Victorian Warwickshire Regiment Militia / Volunteer Battalion Officer 's Silver Plated Helmet Plate, 1880 - 1902

A star of eight points, the topmost point displaced by a Victorian crown. On this a laurel wreath. Within the wreath a strap inscribed the garter motto Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense. In the centre the regimental device of the Warwickshire Regiment, an antelope with a coronet around its neck and chain attached standing on a torse on a black velvet cloth background. An applied scroll below: "The Royal Warwickshire Regiment". Interesting there is no battalion number, could this be militia?

All in silver plate with all three original loops to the reverse. Circa 12.1cm tall. In good condition with some minor tarnish, mainly to top left star point and middle left star point slightly bent. Generally could do with taking apart and given a gentle clean.

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Code: 58426Price: 425.00 GBP


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Durham Light Infantry ( DLI ) Territorial Officer 's Bronze OSD Cap Badge - South Africa Scroll

An excellent officers full size die cast bronzed cap badge with two original blades / tabs to the reverse. Circa 4.6cm tall. Sharp detail.

As worn by Officers of the 5th, 7th, 8th and 9th Territorial Battalions.

K&K Vol 2 No 1748 refers.

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Code: 58380Price: 110.00 GBP


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London Scottish Colour Sergeant 's Bullion Arm Badge, King 's Crown, pre 1952.

A stunning Colour Sergeant's silver bullion arm badge to the London Scottish. In excellent condition. Some blue tack traces to the reverse.

See "Uniforms of the London Scottish 1859-1959" by J.O. Robson (p27).

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Reserved for TM

Code: 58373Price:


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1st Derbyshire Militia Officer 's Silver Plated Shako Plate , 1855- 1861

An early silver plated officer 's shako plate of the 1st Derby Militia. Circa 10.5cm tall and 8.6cm wide. With two original loops to the reverse and of two part construction (retaining pins replaced with a length of copper wire). In good condition with minor signs of service wear. This size and pattern of plate was worn from 1855 - 1861.

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Code: 58345Price: 190.00 GBP


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Oxfordshire Rifle Volunteers Silver Plated Glengarry Badge, pre 1887

An attractive die stamped silvered copper glengarry badge, 6cm tall and 4.7cm wide. Two lugs to the reverse (east-west) with slightly flattened tops presumably to ease wear. In very good condition and dark toned to front. The number '7' in the strap at the bottom indicates the order of precedence for the County of Oxfordshire rifle volunteers in the UK (See Directory of Rifle Volunteers by Westlake, p46). Worn by an officer or senior NCO.

Code: 58328Price: 138.00 GBP


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1st Battalion, The Monmouthshire Regiment White Metal Cap Badge, post 1922 pattern

A die good struck white metal cap badge as worn by the 1st Battalion, The Monmouthshire Regiment ( Territorials ). The Welsh Dragon to the centre of a crowned wreath of poppies and laurel with scrolls bearing battle honours. With original slider to the reverse.

K&K Vol 2, No 1770 refers

Code: 58327Price: 15.00 GBP


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4th / 5th Territorial Battalion Prince Albert 's Somerset Light Infantry SLI White Metal Cap Badge

Good strong die struck large pattern white metal badge with original slider. The scroll with the South Africa 1900-01 as worn by the territorial battalions. Some polishing has eroded the detail of the bricks on the crown, but otherwise good condition.

K&K, Vol. 1, No 1711 refers.

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Code: 58319Price: 22.00 GBP

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