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4 / 7th Dragoon Guards NCO's Bullion Mess Dress Rank Arm Badge

4/7 DG in unissued condition, circa 6.1cm in diameter. Worn between 1962 - 1992. The same design as the one illustrated in Linaker & Dine, but larger.

Linaker & Dine Colour Plate B refers.

Comm PG

Code: 59227Price:

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21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers Cast White Metal NCO's Rank Arm Badge - Stippled Version

A semi die cast white metal arm badge, with a hollow behind the crown and with two original loops (n-s) to the reverse. This pattern is specifically described in Linaker and Dine on page 141 as having central stippling on the V, which splits and follows into the main leaves at the top of the letter. Circa 62mm tall and 34mm wide. In very good condition and scarce. Worn 1900 - 1929 only, from which time the 17/21L arm badge was adopted.

Linaker & Dine Plate 44.1, Item D refers.


Code: 59209Price: 275.00 GBP

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Queen's Dragoon Guards ( QDG ) NCO's No1 dress rank arm badge

A good gold and silver wire embroidered padded example. Also worn on mess dress. Some paper and glue traces to reverse otherwise in excellent condition.


Code: 58947Price:

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Leicestershire and Derbyshire Yeomanry ( LDY ) QC Bullion NCO's Arm Badge

In very good condition with bright colours and no damage to bullion threads. Black backing slightly perished. As worn on Blues Dress. Worn from 1963 onwards. See:



Code: 58897Price:

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Worcestershire Hussars ( Yeomanry ) NCO's Full Dress Arm Badge

A large gold bullion on red felt oval backing cloth. An old small cloth repair to right hand-side otherwise in very good condition with bright colours and no fading or damage to bullion. Circa 7cm tall.


Code: 58895Price: 55.00 GBP

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Royal Dragoons Armoured Car Crewman's Arm Badge, crica 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.


Reserved for PG (B4)

Code: 58812Price:

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7th Queen's Own Hussars NCO Gold Bullion Embroidered Arm Badge on Scarlet Felt Backing

Removed from uniform but in excellent condition with bright colouring, worn 1950 -1958 with a King's Tudor crown.

Circa 62mm tall by 40mm wide (including the scarlet backing). This is broadly the same size as the metal version arm badge which is shown alongside for comparison purposes only.

Linaker & Dine Colour Plate B refers.


Sold to TM

Code: 58804Price:

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6th Inniskillings Dragoons NCO's White Metal Arm Badge On Primrose Yellow Backing Cloth

The second pattern all white metal die struck arm badge as noted in Pate 17.6 (B) of Linaker and Dine, and worn circa 1914 - 1928, after which time the horse of the 5th Dragoon Guards was adopted as the NCO's arm badge. Circa 42mm tall and 44mm wide, lugs east - west (circa 25mm to each inner part of loop). This appears to have been plated as there is some wear to the finish on the left turret and left tip of scroll and the copper is showing through. Not to be confused with the bi-metal cap badge of similar proportions. Rare.

Linaker & Dine Plate 17.6(B) refers.


Code: 58722Price: 150.00 GBP

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7th Queen's Own Hussars NCO's White Metal Arm Badge on Correct Scarlet Felt Backing

As worn until 1958, this is in white metal with two original loops NS to the reverse (one bent slightly downwards) with scarlet felt backing. The scarlet backing was granted at the request of the Commanding Officer who was perturbed that the Regiment might be mistaken for the Army Catering Corps because both had similar shaped badges. A St Edward's (QEII) crown was never worn by the 7H. Circa 54mm tall and 35mm wide.

Linaker & Dine Plate 20.1(A) refers.


Code: 58721Price: 45.00 GBP

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8th King' s Royal Irish Hussars NCO's White Metal Arm Badge with Green Felt Backing, King's Crown

A die struck white metal king's crown NCO's sleeve badge with three original loops to the reverse. The Angel Harp surmounted by the crown. This pattern also worn 5th ( Royal Irish ) Lancers and 16th/5th The Queen's Royal Lancers, just remove the green backing. This example voided between the harp strings which is not often encountered.

Linaker & Dine Plate 23.1 refers


Code: 58720Price: 48.00 GBP

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