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Queen 's Own Cameron Highlanders ( Liverpool Scottish ) White Metal Cap Badge

White metal cap badge with two original loops to the reverse as worn by the Liverpool Scottish - a Territorial Battalion of the Queens Own Cameron Highlanders. St. Andrew and the " Cameron " title to the centre of a wreath of thistle, flanked by the scrolls " Liverpool Scottish ". Previously the 10th Battalion the King' s Liverpool Regiment, in 1937 they were transferred to the Cameron Highlanders establishment and adopted this badge. In good condition.


Code: 57808Price: 22.00 GBP

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WW2 Free Norwegian Forces 1942 Birmingham hallmarked silver cap badge

An excellent die-cast example on loops. Within an oak wreath, crowned cypher of King Haakon VII. Maker marked JRG & S (JR Gaunt & Sons) and Date letter S for 1942. Circa 3.6cm in diameter. Scarce.

Coincidently this was the year of formation of the No 10 ( Interallied ) Commando which included No 5 Troop formed of Norwegians. So also of special forces interest. Private purchase and therefore no doubt an officer's issue.


Code: 57800Price: 175.00 GBP

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Scarce 1st pattern WW2 Parachute Regiment White Metal Cap Badge - voided crown

Original white metal die struck para cap badge with voided king 's crown and lion 's legs, apparently indicating an early first issue type cap badge, with two original fixing loops the reverse. Much less common than the plastic economy version.


Code: 57745Price: 155.00 GBP

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WW2 vintage Royal Northumberland Fusiliers ( RNF ) Other Rank's Bi-metal Cap Badge

A genuine bi-metal striking with original slider. Worn 1936- 1952 by other ranks. Has seen much service wear.

Col. D. Wood, item 176 refers.

Comm FB

Code: 57379Price: 4.00 GBP

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WW2 Bakerlite plastic economy cap badge - The Essex Regiment

A very good dark brown bakerlite plastic example.Two blades to the reverse. Maker marked "1A" and "A Stanley & Sons, Walsall". In excellent condition.


Code: 57303Price:

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The Cheshire Regiment Bi-Metal Cap Badge - maker marked, sweat holes

This pattern was worn 1922 - 1958. Circa 4.cm wide, with original slider, maker marked Buttons Ld, B'ham. 3 braising / sweat holes to reverse. Good strong badge, with some polishing to acorn in centre, otherwise good detail and slight twist to top ray of star.

Code: 57302Price:

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Royal Hampshire Regiment Bi-Metal Cap Badge, 1946-1953

King 's pattern crown in brass & white metal with a slider fixing to the reverse. In very good condition with sharp detail.

Worn from 1946 - 1953 only as they became "Royal" in 1946.

Code: 57301Price: 6.00 GBP

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Grenadier Guards Sergeants Brass Cap Badge - QC Queens Crown EII

Post 1952 pattern as worn by full sergeants and musicians, royal cypher on gilding metal brass grenade. Two lugs (east-west). Sharp detail.

Code: 57300Price: 10.00 GBP

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The Devonshire & Dorset Regiment Bi-metal Cap Badge

The Devonshire and Dorset Regiment was formed from the amalgamation of its predecessor regiments in 1958 through to another amalgamation, this time into The Rifles, in February 2007.

This is a metal, not anodised cap badge in excellent condition.

Code: 57299Price: 6.00 GBP

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Scarce Women's Royal Army Corps ( WRAC ) Bi Metal Cap Badge, King 's Crown

Small die struck cap badge with original slider. Good condition with signs of service wear, Circa 3.8cm tall. Scarce as only worn 1949 - 1952.

Code: 57072Price: 10.00 GBP

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