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5th V.B. Durham Light Infantry (DLI) White Metal Cap Badge

This pattern (note crown) attributed to the 5th (Gateshead) Volunteer Battalion, the Durham Light Infantry. Worn until 1908. With original slider and in very good condition.


Code: 59856Price: 75.00 GBP

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5th Cinque Ports Battalion The Royal Sussex Regiment Brass Cap Badge

A brass die struck cap badge with original slider unique to the 5th Territorial Cinque Ports Battalion. It comprises a shield bearing the Arms of the Cinque Ports upon the Maltese cross and Roussillon Plume above the title scroll. In very good condition with sharp detail.

K&K Vol 1 No 1728 refers.


Code: 59816Price: 24.00 GBP

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20th Middlsex Rifle Volunteers ( Artists) Brass Cap Badge, 1906 - 1908

Not to be confused with later pattern badges of the post 1908 Artist Rifles, this badge pre-dates these and is placed at circa 1906 - 1908 only and found with both loops and sliders. This is a good yellow brass example, a stiff die struck badge with original slider and strong crimp mark. A big thank you to Luke for identification.


Code: 59746Price: 65.00 GBP

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Victorian 4th V.B. ( Newport ) South Wales Borderers (SWB) Glengarry Badge

This polishes up as if it were silver plated, possibly NCO's issue, with two original loops to the reverse. The Victorian crown looks like it as added post manufacture perhaps by a local jeweller to the battalion.


Code: 59724Price: 110.00 GBP

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7th, 8th & 9th Bns (Territorials) The Middlesex Regiment post 1908 OR's bi-metal cap badge

With scroll ''South Africa 1900-02''. A die struck bi-metal cap badge with original slider to the reverse. Some slight polishing to highpoints.

HQ's: 7th at Priory Road, Hornsey, 8th at Hanworth Road, Hounslow and 9th at Pound Lane, Willesden, London


Code: 59721Price: 40.00 GBP

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2nd Oxfordshire Rifle Volunteers Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge

A die stuck white metal cap badge with two original loops (east - west) to the reverse. A circular tablet 2md V.B. to the centre below the bugle strings Sharp detail. A scarce pre 1908 cap badge.


Code: 59702Price: 125.00 GBP

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Royal Monmouthshire (Militia) Royal Engineers 2 Part Brass Shoulder Title

In good condition with two original hexagonal loops to the reverse of each.

The Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia) (R MON RE(M)) is the most senior regiment in the British Territorial Army, having given continuous loyal service to the crown since 1539. It is part of the reserve forces, and is the only remaining Militia unit in the British Army. The R Mon RE(M) is the only extant unit to have two 'Royal' prefixes in its title.

Westlake No 523 and Page 43 refer.


Code: 59693Price: 45.00 GBP

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T / 4 / 5 BW - Dundee & Angus Battalion) Black Watch One Piece Brass Shoulder Title

The Black Watch used RH (Royal Highlanders) in their shoulder titles until 1921 before adopting BW. The City of Dundee (4th Bn) and the Dundee & Angus (5th Bn) were amalgamated in 1921 to become 4th/5th Dundee & Angus Battalion (Territorial Force), Black Watch. It reverted to being styled as the 4th Bn in 1939. A scarce title, with two original hexagonal lugs to the reverse. A small item at only circa 3.6cm tall. A sans serif T ( similar in style to the T / 7/9th Royal Scots shoulder title listed by Westlake as item 728). This particular shoulder title is mentioned in Westlake on page 101 but is not illustrated. I have only seen one other, and that without the T. In good condition. Looks to have been cleaned recently. Scarce.


Code: 59692Price:

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The Buffs ( East Kent Regiment) Officer's Brass Pagri Badge

Large brass dragon on torse with original pin fitting and C clasp. Pin fastening has been attached with an old pin repair, which keeps it in place but makes it very loose. Otherwise in good condition and scarce.


Code: 59634Price: 75.00 GBP

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7th (Territorial ) Battalion The King's Liverpool Regiment Silver Plated Collar Badge - Gaunt

A die cast silver plated officer's collar badge (marked P for plated) to the reverse and also maker marked JR Gaunt London. With two original loops to the reverse. In lovely condition. This pattern worn between 1926 and 1938 only. Many thanks to JB for the confirmation. Scarce.

Dimensions 4cm wide exactly at edges of scroll - the widest part, 3.85cm tall. gap between lugs: 2.7cm gap (inside measurement of each lug) 3.15cm outer edge of each lug. Weight crica 8 grams.


Code: 59621Price: 45.00 GBP

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