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Boer War Tinnie - Lieut.-General Thomas Kelly-Kenny, CB
Some surface wear to picture and dulling / rusting to the rim, with original pin to reverse. Kelly-Kenny, an Irishman who commanded the Queen's Regiment until 1886, when he retired on half-pay. He joined the Staff and commanded the 6th Division of the South African Field Force.
Code: 62527Price: 4.00 GBP
Boer War Tinnie - Lieutenant - General Sir George White, VC., GCB
Some surface wear to image and dulling to the gilt / brass rim and minor rusting, with original pin. General White was in command of the troops in the Natal and was the gallant defender of Ladysmith in the Boer War.
Code: 62526Price: 4.00 GBP
Boer War tinnie - General Sir Redvers Henry Buller VC GCB GCMG
Boer War vintage tinnie with gilt/brass backing plate and original pin. In reasonable condition.
General Sir Redvers Henry Buller VC GCB GCMG (7 December 1839 – 2 June 1908) (pronounced "Reevers") was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He served as Commander in Chief of British forces in South Africa during the early months of the Second Boer War and subsequently commanded the army in Natal until his return to England in November 1900.
Code: 62518Price: 4.00 GBP
Boer War Reserve Regiment, Royal Irish Fusiliers (RIF) Cap Badge
An attractive two piece bi-metal cap badge with two original dark toned copper loops to reverse (a little bit bent but fully functional). Brass grenade with white metal shamrock mounted on grenade. Minor blemishing to gilding metal finish on grenade otherwise very good condition. Circa 6.3cm tall. Scarce.
During the South African War of 1899 - 1902, Reserve Regiments were formed and this one of the series of such badge.
K&K Vol 1 no 1133 refers.
Code: 62273Price: 185.00 GBP
Boer War - 31st Battalion Imperial Yeomanry ( Fincastles Horse ) Bi Metal Slouch Hat Cap Badge
A rare, bi-metal, cap badge for The 31st battalion of The Imperial Yeomanry (Fincastle's Horse). A white metal five pointed star mounted by a brass strap inscribed “Fincastle’s Horse” with “31” to centre. Two original dark toned lugs to the reverse and with three braising / sweat holes to the reverse of the circlet. Circa 3.3cm across and In excellent condition. Of Scottish interest. Raised by Lord Fincastle, V.C. ( later the Earl of Dunmore) who had won his Victoria Cross in the Tirah Campaign. He served with the 16th Lancers and also served in South Africa during the Boer War and served in the First World War. He died in 1962.
The Scottish papers reported on January 21, 1902 Recruiting for Fincastle's Horse Stopped: Orders have been received from the War Office at the recruiting centres in Scotland to the effect that no more men are to be enlisted for Fincastle's Horse...It may be added that the new force is the 31st Battalion of the Imperial Yeomanry. It was of battalion strength. and again on the
18 April, 1902 (Departure of Fincastle's Horse): "The corps, which was formed at the beginning of the year at the insistence of the nobleman whose name it bears, has been hard at work during the last three and a half months, with the result that it now goes on active service as one of the fittest battalions of Yeomanry ever raised during the present war....as far as training can make them so, Fincastle's Horse are in the best of condition mentally and physically for active service. When the battalion was raised, the enlistments amounted to about 1000 men, and as only 600 were required to make up the regiment, the remainder were sent off to Aldershot to join the corps there. Thus the 31st Battalion was in a sense a corps d'elite to start with."
K&K Vol 1 No 1406 refers.
Code: 62272Price: 125.00 GBP
Boer War vintage 4th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry ( I.Y. ) triangular cloth slouch hat badge
Embroidered red on purple triangular felt slouch hat badge. Circa 8cm across the base. Pre 1908. No moth, tears or wear. Scarce.
The 4th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry served in South Africa during the Boer War, initially in Orange Free State, and comprised of the following companies:
6th ( Staffordshire ) Company, raised 1900
7th ( Leicestershire ) Company, raised 1900
8th ( Derbyshire ) Company, raised 1900
28th ( Bedfordshire ) Company, raised 1900; also known as Compton's Horse; perpetuated 19 Sept 1901 by Bedfordshire Imperial Yeomanry
41st ( Hampshire ) Company, transferred 1902 from 12th Battalion
104th ( Derbyshire ) Company, raised 1901
106th (Staffordshire) Company, raised 1901
Code: 62207Price: 85.00 GBP
Boer War Vintage United South Africa Miners Patriotic Gilt Gold Prospectors Brooch Pin
Registered Design No 396342 (1902-3) to reverse. Original pin and fittings, fully functional. Design comprises a plough, pick and shovel with a 'gold nugget' on the shovel. Spade engraved 'United South Africa'. Some wear to gilt finish and scratches to the reverse otherwise in very good condition. Scarce.
Code: 62084Price: 85.00 GBP
Boer War / WW1 Vintage Union Flag Printed Patriotic Handkerchief
This came with an 18th Hussars Boer War handkerchief and it looks and feels about right for a pre WW1 item. Printed on cotton, neatly folds to fit the pocket. Some very light foxing to cloth in a few places otherwise in very good condition. Circa 40cm square.
Code: 61827Price: 12.00 GBP
South African Boer War Veterans Enamel and Gilt Lapel Old Comrades (OCA ) Badge
Worn by veterans of the 1899 - 1902, 2nd Boer War with original horse shoe fitting for wearing in the lapel. Enamel undamaged and gilt bright. Maker marked Fenwick (feint stamping) / Birm ( Birmingham ) to rear. Circa 23mm in diameter. Slight wear to gilt otherwise in very good condition.
Code: 61819Price: 28.00 GBP
Boer War Peace Medallion - Tynemouth ( Northumberland ) Friendly Society - Lord Roberts
Scarce finely cast pewter medallion in shape of Maltese cross, 38mm tall included fixed suspension ring, almost mint, never seen one in quite as good condition as this. A lovely item.
Code: 61605Price: 68.00 GBP
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