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Indian Army - Madras & South Mahratta Rifles Blackened Cast Brass Cap Badge
King's crown, pre 1947, with two original lugs to reverse. Some wear to finish on the high points and minor verdigris to reverse. 4.2cm tall.
Code: 60138Price: 30.00 GBP
Burma Burmese - Burma Police Cast Brass Pagri Badge
Large and weighty cast brass badge with voided king 's crown, circa 5.1cm tall and circa 5.9cm wide with original strong pin and c clasp to the reverse. Some small wear to the finish on high points of crown otherwise in good condition.
Renfrew et al, Vol1 No 1041 refers.
Code: 60137Price: 65.00 GBP
Indian Army - Indian Auxiliary Force Medical Corps Cap Badge, circa 1920 - 1937
Die struck gilding metal cap badge with two original lugs to the reverse. Circa 4.3cm tall and 3.4cm wide. Scarce. GV cypher.
Code: 60136Price: 42.00 GBP
Indian Army - Early Indian Army Ordnance Corps Officer 's Pagri Cap Badge
Silver wash on brass, finely detailed with rear pagri pin. Large badge at 47mm by 45mm. Some evidence of service wear to pin and c clasp but still functional.
Code: 60135Price: 25.00 GBP
Burma Burmese - MVR Moulmein Volunteer Rifles White Metal Shoulder Title
White metal shoulder title with two original lugs to the reverse. These have been slightly flattened but still functional. Circa 4.2cm wide and 1.2cm tall. In very good condition.
Worn circa 1910 - 1917. they became the 14th Tenasserim Volunteer Rifles in 1917. See the later cap badge listed as 60132. Part of the army of Burma.
Renfrew et al, Vol 1 No 1084 refers.
Burma Burmese - Moulmein Volunteer Rifles Corps White Metal Cap Badge - Gaunt Tablet
A very fine die struck white metal cap badge with two original lugs to the reverse and a scroll tablet with the maker's details Gaunt, 53 Conduit St, London. Lovely condition. Circa 5cm tall. Worn circa 1910 - 1917.
It became the 14th Tenasserim Volunteer Rifles in 1917. See the later badge worn at item 60132 below.
Renfrew et al, Vol 1 No 1078 refers.
Burma Burmese - Tenasserim Battalion Officer 's Cap Badge, 1920 - 1942
A heavy die cast white metal cap badge with two silver wire loops to the reverse. WW2 theatre made but finally cast appears to be unmarked silver. Circa 4.3cm tall. A Cinthe in circlet bearing the words Tenasserim Battalion above a scroll bearing the words " Primus in Burma ". Worn circa 1920 - 1942.
Renfrew et al, Vol No 1, no 1079 refers.
Code: 60132Price: 165.00 GBP
Indian Army - Stunning Punjab Light Horse Gilt and Silver Plated Officer's Cap Badge - English Made
Stunning English made die-cast fire gilt crowned star mounted with silvered De Bon Vouloir Servir Le Roi bearing PLH to centre. Circa 4.5cm tall with two original loops to the reverse. Great condition.
The Punjab Light Horse was raised in 1867 and formed part of the Cavalry Reserve in the British Indian Army. The regimental headquarters was at Lahore, in Punjab. The regiment was disbanded following India's independence in 1947.
Code: 60131Price: 165.00 GBP
Indian Army - 90th Punjabis Large White Metal Pipers Badge
A WW1 era large and well cast white metal badge with original and stout pin fixing to the reverse. Circa 8.2cm tall and 6.5cm wide. Kings crown with the classic Punjabi Chinthe design to the centre. In very good condition.
As worn by the pipers of the regiment, which was formed as the 90th Punjabis in 1903 and became 2nd Battalion 8th Punjab Regiment in 1922. In 1947, it was allocated to Pakistan Army, where it continues to exist as 2nd Battalion of The Baloch Regiment.
See Cox for confirmation of this as a piper 's badge.
Code: 60130Price: 65.00 GBP
Indian Army - Sikh Regiment Officer 's Collar Badges, pre 1947
A gilt brass pair of collar badges to an officer of the Sikh Regiment, each back-marked JR Gaunt London. With 2 original loops on each, although the backs are not matched, the badges are a great match from the front.
Code: 60129Price: 32.00 GBP
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