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Victorian Reserve Regiment of Lancers Helmet Plate

A scarce and large brass die struck helmet plate with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse. Circa 12.5cm tall and in very good condition.

K&K Vol 1 No 1126 refers.

D80.5

Code: 59414Price: 115.00 GBP


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5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Dragoon Guards Victorian Sabretache Badge

A fine scarce die cast brass example. Crowned Garter strap with White Horse of Hanover with Roman numeral V above and D.G. below. Superimposed on sixteen point star with seven battles honours. Two posts to the reverse. Circa 9cm tall. In very good condition.

Code: 59278Price: 175.00 GBP


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Victorian 7th Queens Own Hussars Other Ranks Bi-Metal Cap Badge

Bi-metal cap badge with two original dark toned loops to reverse. Blow holes have been filled. Some signs of service wear, with small ding to bottom of circlet, not visible from front.

K&K Vol 1 No 759 refers.

D80.3

Code: 59258Price: 50.00 GBP


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Boer War Vintage Her Majesty's Reserve Regiment (HMRR) of Lancers QVC Field Cap / Collar Badge

An Officers / Other Ranks Late Victorian South African War bi / metal die cast field cap / collar badge (they wore the same size in the cap and collar ) with four dark toned original loops to the reverse. A Victorian crown above the letters "RR" backed by a pair of crossed cavalry lances, above a title scroll, "Lancers". White metal to lower half of lance pennons. In very good condition (one loop slightly sprung, but from its base - see photo - but still fully functional).

K&K Vol 1 No 1127 refers.

D80.3

Code: 59255Price: 65.00 GBP


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Silver 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars or 5th Lancers King's Crown N.C.O.'s Arm Rank Badge - marked silver


King's crown silver N.C.O.'s sleeve badge. The crowned angel harp (unvoided) with two loops to the reverse. Reverse marked silver.

The 8th Irish Hussars and the 5th Lancers wore the same NCO arm badge, but the 8th Irish Hussars wore a green backing cloth. See Peter Seaman's book page 69 for more details.

In very good condition with sharp detail and original lugs.

D67.3

Code: 59217Price: 85.00 GBP


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Victorian 19th ( Queen Alexandra 's Own Royal ) Hussars Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge - original

An original die struck single scroll Victorian white metal cap badge in the shape of a large Indian elephant, with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse. In very good condition, Worn circa 1896-1902. A gorgeous example.

K&K Vol 1 No 789 refers.

D74

Code: 59083Price: 75.00 GBP


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19th ( Queen Alexandra 's Own Royal ) Hussars Pagri White Metal Other Ranks Field Service Cap Badge

White metal die struck badge with two original loops to the reverse. This is the left facing elephant. This is a well made badge, absolutely original and is not an NCO arm badge. The arm badge is worn on the right arm with the elephant's head facing to the right. This one faces to the left as is correct for headdress. Also worn on the sun helmet but with the addition of a long slider.

Circa 3.1cm tall and 4.3cm wide.

C26(4)

Code: 59068Price: 75.00 GBP


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Victorian / Edwardian 17th Lancers (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Other Ranks White Metal Cap Motto

A Victorian / Edward VII issue white metal motto with two original loops to the reverse. According to Linaker and Dine the lugged white metal cap motto was also pressed into service in WW1 as an NCO arm badge (Plate 43.9 refers). Circa 4.2cm tall.

D41.13

Code: 58816Price: 55.00 GBP


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Early Issue 18th ( Queen Mary's Own ) Hussars Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge

Die struck other rank 's cap badge comprising a circlet in white metal inscribed ' Queen Mary's Own ' surmounted by an Imperial Crown. In the centre the Roman numerals XVIII with two original loops (e-w). Circa 4cm tall (the collar badges were circa 3.5cm tall). In very good condition.

Worn 1910 when King George V and Queen Mary took to the Throne. It would have been replaced by a slidered version prior to WW1. Scarce.

K&K Vol 1, Fig. 788 refers.

D41.7

Code: 58767Price: 45.00 GBP


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Rare 12th Royal Lancers Brass Pouch Badge

Circa 4.8cm tall of two part construction in die cast brass with three screw posts to the reverse. No damage or repairs to lances or pennons. A heavy piece, well made and rarely encountered.

C25.4

Code: 58640Price: 175.00 GBP

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