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The Royal Dragoon Guards Silver Chromed White Metal NCO's Arm Badge

Left facing, in very good condition with two original loops to the reverse. Circa 6cm wide.

D80.6

Code: 59489Price: 35.00 GBP


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Kent & County of London Yeomanry ( Sharpshooters ) NCO's Bi Metal Arm Badge

A king's crown bi-metal NCO's arm badge with two original loops to the reverse (n-s). In very good condition. Circa 4.9cm tall.

D80.6

Code: 59486Price: 65.00 GBP


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Royal Gloucestershire Hussars Embroidered Silver Bullion NCO's Cloth Arm Badge

An embroidered silver bullion thread NCO's arm badge in excellent condition. Some paper stuck to reverse as it appears to have been mounted on a display board.

D15.8

Code: 59465Price:


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The 3rd King's Own Hussars NCO's Arm Badge Variant

A fine scarce large die struck silver plated arm badge variant ("butch" horse variety!). Two original loops to the reverse. Lugs slight twisted in otherwise in very good condition (the rear leg is not fractured). Circa 37mm tall and 71mm wide.

D80.5

Code: 59417Price: 110.00 GBP


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9th / 12th Royal Lancers Crewman / Class 1 Tradesman Brass Armoured Car Arm Badge

A good scarce die cast gilded metal example of the Rolls Royce Armoured Car, as worn by all ranks. Two original loops to the reverse. Worn on right sleeve. Some tarnishing to finish on top right of turret otherwise in very good condition.

Edwards & Langley No 74A refers.

D80.5

Code: 59390Price:


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Royal Scots Greys ( RSG ) ( 2nd Dragoons ) Cast Silvered NCO 's Arm Badge - Marked P for Silver Plated

A heavy silver plated cast arm badge, finely detailed. Crica 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. Stamped with a "P" to the reverse to indicated silver plated. Linklater & Dine p56 refers.

C23.1

Code: 59368Price:


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Ultra Rare Victorian 3rd King's Own Hussars Hallmarked Silver Rearing Horse NCO's Arm Badge - 1889

The rare 1st pattern arm badge, hollow backed construction with two original loops to the reverse. Marker's mark partly obscured but appears to be R&W. Birmingham Assaye hallmarks and Letter P for 1889 (not the 1914 style of "P"). The tail separately cast and attached by the manufacturer.

To quote from Linaker and Dine "One of the three unhallmarked Rearing Horse silver badges known to exist is shown in plate 19.2. No hallmarked badges have been traced as yet but the survival of the unhallmarked badges may be attributed to their not being accounted for as strictly as the later hallmarked issued badges. Sealed pattern approved in 1884. Rare.

Linaker & Dine P76 refers.

Layaway plan over several months available on this item provided payment is by cheque or bank transfer.

D48.7

Code: 59250Price: 975.00 GBP


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The Leicestershire Yeomanry (Prince Albert's Own) White Metal NCO's Arm Badge

A large and attractively die struck white metal example with with three original D shaped loops to the reverse. The badge comprises the crest of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha above the subsidiary title and South Africa honour scroll, surmounted by the title "Leicestershire". Circa 6.1cm tall and 5.5cm wide. Sharp detail, in wonderful condition and scarce.

E1.8

Code: 59254Price: 135.00 GBP


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Royals / 1st Royal Dragoons NCO's Bullion Arm Badge, No 1 Dress, QEII issue

As worn on No 1 dress by the Royals from 1958 - 1969 with the Queen's crown.Circa 7cm by 4.5cm including black felt backing (59mm by 36mm without backing). A few small pulls to thread on the crown otherwise in good condition.

Linaker & Dine No Plate B refers (third on row).

Code: 59249Price:


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Queen's Royal Irish Hussars (QRIH) Officer's Embroidered Bullion & Silk Arm Badge - Duke of Edinburgh's Squadron

An officer's embroidered bullion and silk thread cypher for Prince Phillip on black felt circular disk. Slightly padded. Circa 4cm in diameter. Some traces of glue to reverse otherwise in very good condition. A comparison photo with the Other Ranks version is included, but the latter is not listed for sale here but as the item below.

D2.5

Code: 59248Price:

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