A heavy die cast white metal cap badge with two original copper lugs to the reverse. Sharp detail and in excellent condition. Possibly silver plated. As worn 1925 - 1952. Circa 4.8cm tall.
A blackened die cast bronze collar badge with two original loops and Gaunt tablet JR Gaunt & Sons Ld, London to the reverse. Left facing tank. Pre 1924.
In very good condition with original slider to reverse. The badge appears to have been lacquered. Worn 1939 - 1941.
A scarce post 1958 die cast bi-metal piper's pouch example with three screw posts and nuts to the reverse. Some minor twisting to screw post otherwise in excellent condition. Worn until 1993.
Anodised Aluminium. In very good condition with original slider.
Two part construction complete with all fixings and female retaining loop. NATO stock number stamped to rear. Some minor signs of service wear to backing plate but badge in very good condition with sharp detail.
Brass die struck cap badge with original slider to the reverse worn by Bandsmen of the Regiment. A small fused grenade. This pattern unique to Royal Scots Greys. In very good condition.
K&K Vol 2 No 1889 refers.
Die cast bronze with two original lugs to the reverse. Circa 33mm tall. In very good condition and scarce.
A well worn cap badge (central wheel on gun casement polished away - my grandad's RTR cap badge was exactly the same!) but unusual as it has a fitted brass backing plate with marketing on one side of the disc, as follows "H. Smith, Bovington Camp, Dorset, For All Military Goods". Two original loops to the reverse and with retaining cotter pin.
Die struck brass cap badge with original slider. Some signs of service wear but generally in good condition.
K&K Vol 1 No 1420 refers.
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