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Royal Northumberland Fusiliers ( RNF ) Officer 's Silver Plated and Gilt Cap Badge

A die cast two part construction cap badge with two original loops to the reverse. Worn circa 1936 - 1959. Sometimes found with a short slider but this version presumably from a different manufacturer. In good condition.

D80.3

Code: 59198Price: 35.00 GBP


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Early Scots Guards Piper's Bonnet Badge

A large, heavy and attractive unmarked silver die cast bonnet badge for a piper of the Scots Guards with two original silver loops to the reverse. A name has been stippled to the reverse "J. Walker". Some polishing to highpoints but otherwise in good condition. Circa 5.8cm in diameter.

D79.3

Code: 59193Price:


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Edwardian issue Durham Light infantry ( DLI ) Other Rank's White Metal Cap Badge - on lugs

An early pattern die struck white metal cap badge with two original lugs to the reverse. Circa 4.2cm tall. In Excellent condition with sharp detail.

K&K Vol 1 No 681

Coll

Code: 59122Price: 18.00 GBP


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74th Highlanders Undress Plaid Brooch - later 2nd Battalion The Highland Light Infantry

An attractive and scarce 74th (Highlanders) Regiment of Foot (later 2nd Battalion HLI) undress plaid brooch as worn between 1849-1881 nickel silver (no hallmark) with the Indian Elephant and scroll bearing battle honour Assaye. Very good condition with minor service wear. Original pin and C clasp, strong and functional. Circa 7.5cm in diameter.

The 74th Regiment, the Second Battalion of The Highland Light Infantry, greatly distinguished itself in India, particularly at the storming of Seringapatam, and later, under Sir Arthur Wellesley, it was present at his first great victory at Battle of Assaye, 23 September 1803, when every Officer present, save one, was either killed or wounded.

Code: 59067Price: 295.00 GBP


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2nd Battalion ( 76th Foot ) The Duke of Wellington 's ( West Riding ) Regiment Gilt Band Pouch Badge

A Gilt brass cast Band badge of an Indian elephant with howdah, very large, and scarce. Some slight spotting to gilt, with three original copper loops, circa 8cm wide by 7cm tall.

Coll.

Code: 59066Price:


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East India Company Regiment - Cast Brass Pouch Badge - Assaye Battle Honour

Cast gilt brass pouch badge, very early item. Possibly once on two loops, but now with single long screw post to centre back. Some wear to gilt. Possibly made for one of the East India Company regiments entitled to the battle honour for Assaye 1803, won by Arthur Wellesley, later Duke of Wellington. Circa 4cm wide and 3.2cm tall. Elephant attractively decorated around the face and neck area.

Coll

Code: 59065Price: 55.00 GBP


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Highland Light Infantry ( HLI ) Large Brass Cast Band Pouch Badge

An attractive large brass bandsman's pouch case badge in the form of an elepant, with three original lugs to the reverse. Only one tusk on display, but this is the design. Battle honour Assaye as won by 71st Foot. Circa 5.2 cm tall and 6.5cm wide. Of Scottish interest.

A76.3
Code: 55947Price: 65.00 GBP

Code: 59064Price: 55.00 GBP


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Victorian / Edwardian issue The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment ( Royal Canadians ) Bi Metal Cap Badge - Lugs

Made from bi-metal and in good condition with two original lugs to the reverse and four sweat / brazing holes to the reverse. This is the earlier variety with straight scrolls and a broader coronet. Circa 4.3cm tall. In good condition.

K&K Vol 1 No 699 refers.

D51.2

Code: 59023Price: 55.00 GBP


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Durham Light Infantry ( DLI) Embroidered DLI Regimental Cloth Pagri Badge / Flash

Worn pre WW2, interwar issue. Woven red on green felt cloth. Hessian backed and has some age to it. In good condition.

D57.1

Code: 58981Price:


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North Staffordshire Regiment Pagri Regimental Embroidered Cloth Flash

A rare and early item for wear on the pagri, embroidered on black background. Both ends of the fold torn about 50% of the way in but does not affect the badge itself and could be invisibly mended from behind. Most probably WW1 vintage or earlier. Circa 7cm tall and 6cm wide when folded.

Comm GrH

Code: 58911Price: 95.00 GBP

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