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NR / 1 / WAFF 1st Bn Nigeria Regiment West African Frontier Force Brass Shoulder Title - Gaunt London
Scarce elliptical one piece title as worn from 1914 to 1928 only. Stamped JR Gaunt London to reverse. Two original lugs. Could do with a light clean otherwise very good condition.
Renfrew et al, Vol 1, No 292 refers.
Code: 57825Price: 85.00 GBP
The Royal Rhodesia Regiment Blackened Brass Cap Badge, Queen's Crown
Two original lugs to the reverse and retaining strip to hold in place the red velvet backing disc. Queen's crown and worn circa 1957 to 1972. Circa 4.5cvm tall. Some wear to black finish on the high points but otherwise in good condition.
Renfrew et al, Vol 1 No 595 refers.
Code: 57824Price: 12.00 GBP
South African bilingual Brass Shoulder title for the 1st Battery South African Field Artillery, 1922-23
SAFA / 1 / ZAVA brass shoulder title in one piece as worn by the 1st.South African Field Artillery only between 1922 - 23. In English and Afrikaans. Both original lugs in good condition but with slight twisting from service wear. Circa 3.5cm wide and 2.7cm tall. Good condition overall.
Owen No 2318 refers.
Code: 57823Price: 22.00 GBP
NEAS - South African Native Labour Corps Bronzed Cap Badge
N.E.A.S = Non European Army Services - formed in 1940 and was effectively the South African Native Labour Corps. 2 original lugs in almost mint condition, dark bronze finish. Circa 4.6cm tall and 3.8cm wide.
Code: 57822Price: 15.00 GBP
East Africa - Kenya Defence Force Brass Cap Badge
A good quality brass cap badge, with some polishing to high points. In the form of an heraldic lion, with original slider fitting to the reverse, with makers details for Firmin London.
Renfrew et al p103 refers.
Code: 57821Price: 35.00 GBP
South Africa - Special Service Battalion ( S.S.B. ) Cap Badge
Bronzed cap badge with two loops to the reverse, one a later replacement, otherwise in very good condition. Worn 1934 - 1963.
Code: 57784Price: 12.00 GBP
Scarce Georgian Button Royal African Colonial Corps Officer 's Gilt Button, 1804 - 1821
Circa 17.5mm in diameter, open backed with fixed shank, slightly convex in shape. Backmarked Jennens & Co, London. Gilt bright and in very good condition. A scarce early button.
The Royal African Corps was a unit in the British Army officially established on 25 April 1804. Fraserís Corps of Infantry, had been raised for the defense of the Island of Goree, Senegal in August 1800. The regiment was one of several penal battalions composed primarily of deserters and condemned men from the hulks, with some additional Black soldiers being attached to the unit.
The practice of legal escape from prison was readily available to British Army deserters. As in the case of culprits and criminals, incarcerated deserters could ordinarily change their prison sentences for service in West Africa and the West Indies.
Four companies of the Royal African Corps were disbanded in 1819 whilst in West Africa. The remaining companies were kept in service until 1821, when they were broken up at the Cape Colony.
Code: 57554Price: 75.00 GBP
6th King 's African Rifles ( Tanganyika Territory ) Battalion Bronze Cap Badge
Scarce king 's crown bronze die struck cap badge with two original loops to the reverse. The example shown in Renfrew is also in bronze. Worn circa 1930 - 1952.
Renfrew et al, Vol 1, No 441 refers.
Code: 57546Price: 85.00 GBP
South Africa - Rand Light Infantry Cap Badge and Collar Set
Whilst this pattern is listed in Owen, he claims that they were never actually issued. As one would expect these are in mint condition. Screw fittings to reverse of Cap Badge with original retaining nuts and two sharp prong fixings to each of the collar badges. I will provide some blue plastic caps to protect your fingers. Described by Owen as rare in his first edition book.
Owen No 935 refers
Code: 57538Price: 95.00 GBP
WW2 South Africa Yellow and Red Felt Designation Formation Cloth Sign
Circular cloth formation sign. In good condition.
Code: 57528Price: 18.00 GBP
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