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Essex Yeomanry NCO Padded Bullion and Silk Arm badge, QEII issue
Circa 4.8cm tall including red felt backing cloth. Some paper stuck to reverse and a some glue traces to front at about 5 o'clock otherwise in very good condition and bright. Thank you to David for pointing out this is an arm badge (source
Michael Wood's new book on "Badges and Insignia
of The Essex Yeomanry").
Code: 60356Price: 45.00 GBP
The Queens Royal Hussars ( QRH) Officers Pouch Badge / SNCO Arm Badge - Firmin
A lovely quality Queens Royal Hussars (QRH) two part riveted constructed pouch badge made by Firmin in gilt brass and white metal nickel featuring a harp & crown design with double screw posts (only one nut fastening present).
Code: 59963Price: 35.00 GBP
14th / 20th Hussars Officer's Bullion Arm Badge
A small circular woven bullion badge in the form of crossed kukris in gold bullion thread. Worn above the NCO arm badge to commemorate the regiment's tanks serving with the 43rd Lorried Gurkhas fighting through Italy campaign in 1944-45. The badge was adopted in 1947. In very good condition.
See note 52 om p118 of Linaker & Dine.
Code: 59931Price: 25.00 GBP
The Queen 's Royal Lancers ( QRL ) NCO Embroidered Arm Badge
As worn by the Warrant Officers and Senior Ranks in the form of a silver embroidered motto on a red felt backing. Dark blue to reverse of motto scroll. Circa 6.5cm tall 5.6cm wide including red felt backing. It has two anodised loops to the reverse and a cloth stiffener to the reverse. A nicely made piece for these days of rampant economy.
On hold for PG
The Queen 's Royal Lancers ( QRL ) NCO Embroidered Arm Badge - Mess Dress
As worn on the mess dress jacket by the Warrant Officers and Senior Ranks in the form of a silver embroidered motto on a French grey backing. Circa 43mm by 41mm (excluding the backing).
Linaker & Dine Colour Plate D and page 144 refers
Royal Dragoons Armoured Car Crewman's Arm Badge, circa 1955 - 1960
Only worn for a short period of time, this large sheet brass bi-metal arm badge had 2 original loops to reverse and a black felt cloth backing. Mounted to hte centre with a single central lug is a bi-metal eagle collar badge. Scarce.
8th King's Royal Irish Hussars / The Queen's Own Royal Irish Hussars NCO's White Metal Arm Badge with Green Felt Backing, Queen's Crown
A die struck white metal Queen's crown NCO's sleeve badge with two original loops to the reverse (bottom one appears to have re-affixed). The Angel Harp surmounted by the crown. This pattern also worn 16th/5th ( Royal Irish ) Lancers (just remove the green backing) and 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars prior to 1958 (with the green backing).
Linaker & Dine Plate 42.5 refers
Code: 59881Price: 35.00 GBP
7th Hussars / Oueens Own Hussars Officers Bullion Regimental Arm Badge - Maid of Warsaw
An officer's issue silver bullion maid of Warsaw on a scarlet felt shield. Bullion tarnished otherwise in great condition with some traces of glue /paper to reverse.
Awarded to the 7th Hussars for their support to the Poles in 1944 - 45. Worn on the left sleeve by all ranks (in white worsted for other ranks) on the battledress and later No 2 dress.
Linaker & Dine No 20.6 refers.
Code: 59847Price: 55.00 GBP
Shropshire Yeomanry B Squadron Sergeant Major's Padded Embroideed Arm Badge
An attractive padded sleeve badge of the ‘ Logger Head’ Regimental device in mint condition.
Code: 59772Price: 20.00 GBP
Royal Scots Greys ( RSG ) ( 2nd Dragoons ) Cast Silvered NCO 's Arm Badge
Frosted silvered cast arm badge, finely detailed, worn post WW2, believed introduced in 1948 and made whilst the Regiment was in Germany. Circa 47mm high and 37mm wide. Three original silvered loops to the reverse. A heavy item with good sharp detail with no wear to finish to front of badge. Linklater & Dine p56 refers.
Code: 59761Price: 45.00 GBP
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