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Honourable Artillery Company ( HAC ) Officer 's White Metal Beret Cap Badge

Solid die struck in white metal with two loops to the reverse. Depicts the crest of the HAC. In very good condition and complete in all respects. Circa 3cm wide and 2.5cm tall.

K&K Vol 2 No 2371

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Code: 57926Price: 25.00 GBP


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Durham Light Infantry ( DLI ) Territorial Officers Silver Plated Cap Badge - South Africa Scroll

An excellent officers full size die cast cap badge with two original lugs to the reverse. P for plated in the reverse of the crown. Circa 4.5cm tall. Sharp detail. Slight twisting to the lugs from service wear, otherwise in great and slightly silver toned condition.

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

K&K Vol 2 No 1748 refers.

Code: 57902Price: 110.00 GBP


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Victorian Militia Other Ranks White Metal Glengarry Badge

Die struck white metal militia glengarry badge, circa 1870 - 1881. This pattern is not listed in K&K. Circa 6.2cm tall and 3.7cm wide. One dark toned lug remaining of two, the one in the crown as been clipped off. Sharp detail with two slight spots of verdigris staining to front. Scarce.

Code: 57901Price: 95.00 GBP


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4th Volunteer Battalion The Norfolk Regiment Victorian Other Ranks White Metal Glegarry Badge

A one piece die struck glengarry badge with a Victorian crown above and three original lugs to the reverse. A couple of small solder blobs to strengthen the Britannia insert, and a couple of small service scrapes to the front otherwise in very food condition.

B54.13

Code: 57843Price: 115.00 GBP


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3rd Royal Lancashire Militia Other Ranks Pork Pie / Forage Cap Badge, circa 1858

An original die struck scroll with two original and dark toned lugs to the reverse. Usually worn with a separate left facing ribboned bugle above, sadly no longer present. Superb condition.

Code: 57820Price: 110.00 GBP


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13th (Queen’s Westminster) Middlesex Rifle Volunteers White Metal Pouch belt plate badge, pre 1908

A heavy and nicely detailed cast white metal pouch belt badge to the 13th Queens Westminster ( Middlesex ) Rifle Volunteer Battalion. With 2 screw posts and original fixing bolts to the reverse. St George and the Dragon with imperial crown above with "The Queen's" upon a scroll below all superimposed on a portcullis. 6cm tall.

This pattern was previously worn by the 22nd Middlesex Rifle Volunteers, until renumbered 13th in 1880.

Code: 57819Price:


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2nd Volunteer Battalion Essex Regiment Glengarry Badge pre 1902

A Victorian, blackened brass, glengarry badge for the 2nd Volunteer Battalion of the Essex Regiment with two original dark lugs to the reverse (east and west). HQ at Colchester.

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Code: 57818Price: 65.00 GBP


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22nd Queen 's Westminster Rifle Volunteer Corps White Metal Pouch Badge
22nd Queen 's Westminster Rifle Volunteer Corps White Metal Pouch Badge

A die struck white metal pouch badge with two original screw posts to the reverse. Good sharp detail and a strong stiff badge. A crowned ( Victorian ) garter inscribed with " Queen's ( Westr. ) Rifle Volrs " with the portcullis as their central badge device - the principal charge of the City if Westminster. Later the 13th Westminsters. Circa 6cm tall and in very good condition.

MHS Bulletin Vol VI no 22, Nov 1955, p35 and Figure 49 refers.

Code: 57817Price: 55.00 GBP


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1st First Surrey Rifles Officer 's small Gilt Field Service Cap Badge

King 's Crown die cast with two original lugs to the reverse. Gilt finish. Circa 3.7cm tall. Attractive and scarce.

Code: 57816Price:


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33rd ( Ardwick ) Lancashire Volunteer Rifles NCOs Pouch Belt Plate

An attractive and scarce sergeant 's blackened die struck pouch belt plate with three original screw posts to the reverse. Some light rippling from wear and a small but very neat repair to the small square at the top of the crown which has been neatly re-affixed. Does not detract. Worn 1860 - 1880.

The 33rd were renumbered the 20th Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in 1880 and were the ancestors of the 5th ( Ardwick ) Volunteer Battalion The Manchester Regiment from 1888.

B31.1

Code: 57810Price: 120.00 GBP

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