Australian 22nd Battalion (South Gippsland Regiment) – Oxidised Hat Badge – 1930 to 1942
In good condition 22nd Battalion (South Gippsland Regiment) – Oxidised Hat Badge – 1930 to 1942. Complete with 2 original lugs (some bending). Circa 5.7 cms tall.
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WW2 Australian 40th Infantry Battalion Derwent Regiment Blackened Brass Cap Badge
Die struck / stamped brass construction with both original lugs present, a large badge which is circa 6cms wide x 5.8 cms tall, (the collar badges are of the same design but about half this size). I very good conditio with most of its black finish intact. Worn circa 1930 - 1942.
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Fiji Defence Force Brass Cap Badge, King's Crown
Die struck brass cap badge with two original loops and maker's plate JR Gaunt London to the reverse. Lovingly polished so some loss of detail to highpoints.
Renfrew et al, Vol 1 No 1184 refers.
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West India (Indies) Regiment – Officer’s Gilt , Silver & Enamel Helmet / Pagri Badge
An officer's die cast helmet / pagri badge of two part construction with original and fully functional stout pin fitting and C clasp. Silver plated WI to centre of oval and gilt bright. Blue enamel backing to fretted motto strap. Sadly some enamel loss to the left side of badge otherwise a fine example. Condition reflected in price. Worn post 1881. Circa 4.2cms wide and 4.2cms wide.
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West Indies - Jamaica Defence Force Cap Badge, QEII Crown
Silver plated star with riveted central gilt and enamel device. Two original silvered loops to the reverse. In superb condition. Worn from 1962.
Renfrew et al Vol 1 No 192 refers.
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West Indies - Jamaica Defence Force Anodised AA Cap Badge, QEII Crown
Gold coloured star with riveted central silver coloured and enamel device. Two original square loops to the reverse. In very good condition. Worn from 1962.
Renfrew et al Vol 1 No 192 refers.
See item 63429 for an officers version.
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CAV - Ceylon Artillery Volunteers White Metal Shoulder Title
In good condition with two original small brass fixing loops to the reverse. Worn in white metal until 1939 and brass thereafter.
Renfrew et al Vol 2 no 2144 refers (but this one white metal not brass).
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British Guiana Volunteer Force Brass Cap Badge, Kings Crown
A large die stamped brass example, worn circa 1948-1966. Two original loops to the reverse. Also a brass strengthening plate applied to the reverse of crown, a feature which I have observed on at least three other examples of this badge. Circa 5.8cm tall. Scarce.
Renfrew et al, Vol 1 No 122 refers.
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Malta Artillery Other Ranks Bi Metal Cap Badge, King's Crown
Original slider, usual strengthening bar to reverse of crown, sweat holes to reverse. Some damage to top right of crown and a stain to centre gilding metal finish of crown otherwise in good condition. As worn from 1902 - 1952. Damage reflected in price.
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WW1 13 ALH 13th Australian Light Horse Blackened Copper Cap Badge
A die struck blackened copper slouch hat badge of the 13th Australian Light Horse. Known as the "Dancing Devil" hat badge, with two original lugs (north - south), which show some wear, and much wear to black finish to front. Please note the trident spear is misshaped and bent round / squashed out of line, other than this is a good original striking of this much copied badge. The die struck... read more