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WW1 Surrey Volunteer Training Corps ( VTC ) Bronze Cap Badge 1915

WW1 Surrey Volunteer Training Corps ( VTC ) Bronze Cap Badge 1915

Die struck bronze cap badge with two original lugs to reverse (e-w). In good condition with sharp detail. Circa 3.9cm tall. Scarce.

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Code: 61056

45.00 GBP

Ox & Bucks Full Size Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge

Ox & Bucks Full Size Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge

Die struck white metal cap badge to the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry with original slider to the reverse. Worn 1898 -1958 on the forage cap.

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Code: 65260

8.00 GBP

WW1 Home Front - Sussex VTC (Volunteer Training Corps) Brass Shoulder Title

WW1 Home Front - Sussex VTC (Volunteer Training Corps) Brass Shoulder Title

The letters VTC intertwined over Sussex. Flat backed with two original D style loops to the reverse. Polished appearance otherwise in very good condition.

The 1st to 9th Battalions of the Sussex Volunteer Regiment became the 1st to 6th Volunteer Battalions of the Royal Sussex Regiment in 1918.

Westlake No 1090 refers.

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Code: 65220

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WW1 Ambulance Column London Bronzed Collar Badge

WW1 Ambulance Column London Bronzed Collar Badge

A die struck bronzed collar badge with two original loops to the reverse. The Geneva Cross on a shield to the centre of an oval title, " Ambulance Column " within a wreath of laurel bearing the scroll, " London Dist. " Rare.

The badges were issued by the War Office. The badges ensured that members of the Column were admitted to those parts of the mainline railway stations that ...  read more

Code: 65199

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WW1 31st (Tadcaster) West Riding Ambulance Cap Badge

WW1 31st (Tadcaster) West Riding Ambulance Cap Badge

Scarce WW I brass cap badge with the loops neatly replaced by a stout brooch pin fitting to the reverse as worn by the 31st (Tadcaster) West Riding Ambulance Unit, possibly adapted for wear on a nurse's apron given they had female nurses attached to the unit. A voided shield bearing the Arms above the title scroll, " The West Riding 31 ". Rare.

Formerly a Rifle Volunteer Corps. ...  read more

Code: 65198

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WW1 Officers Training Corps (OTC) Mufti Silver and Enamel Buttonhole Horseshoe Lapel Badge

WW1 Officers Training Corps (OTC) Mufti Silver and Enamel Buttonhole Horseshoe Lapel Badge

A small attractive King's Crown enamelled unmarked silver lapel badge for the Officer's Training Corps (OTC). Made by J.R. Gaunt, London. In good condition complete with a lapel button-hole fixing. No damage to enamel. Registered design number 627163 to reverse, which gives this design a registration date of between 1913 and 1914.

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Code: 65193

15.00 GBP

WW1 - 1914 Buckinghamshire / Bucks VDC / VTC Volunteer Defence Corps Bronze Cap Badge

WW1 - 1914 Buckinghamshire / Bucks VDC / VTC Volunteer Defence Corps Bronze Cap Badge

A small bronze badge depicting a swan, with a coronet around its neck with chain with a tablet below inscribed " Bucks VDC 1914 ". The swan was the ancient badge of the de Bohun family from whence it passed to the Stafford Dukes of Buckingham. Circa 3cm tall with two small original twisted copper wire loops to the reverse. Scarce.

K&K Vol 1 no 1600 refers.

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Code: 62278

85.00 GBP

WW1 Sir W G Armstrong Whitworth & Co Ltd Munitions of War Enamel Lapel Badge

WW1 Sir W G Armstrong Whitworth & Co Ltd Munitions of War Enamel Lapel Badge

A scarce First World War period 'Sir W G Armstrong Whitworth & Co Ltd, Munitions of War Imperial Service badge', brass circular example inlaid with blue enamel, the reverse impressed with official issue number "34091" and retaining original buttonhole fitting. Enamel intact and in good overall condition. Circa 26mm in diameter.

During WW1 Sir W.G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co were ...  read more

Code: 61684

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WW1 Lusitania Propoganda Medal in Box of Issue, 5 May 1915

WW1 Lusitania Propoganda Medal in Box of Issue, 5 May 1915

A good cast iron example in NEF condition in original card box of issue. Some wear to box but still presentable. Medal is the British propaganda variety with 5 May 1915 as made by Selfridges for the government, proceeds going to the St Dunstan's blind veterans' charity. A photocopy of the certificate which accompanied the medal will be provided.

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Code: 58647

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WW1 Derbyshire Volunteers of Home Guards Bronze Cap Badge - Maker marked Armfields

WW1 Derbyshire Volunteers of Home Guards Bronze Cap Badge - Maker marked Armfields

A scarce WW1 VTC Cap badge with original slider which is stamped Armfield Birm ( Birmingham ). Circa 3.1cm tall excluding slider. Minor staining otherwise in very good condition with sharp detail.

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Code: 56918

95.00 GBP