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Seaforth Highlanders early pattern Officers OSD bronze collar badge , Right Facing

Seaforth Highlanders early pattern Officers OSD bronze collar badge , Right Facing

Worn from 1881 until 1898, two original lugs to the reverse and in very good condition. Circa 3.4cm wide and 2.4cm tall. It would have been worn with a 'F' cypher. Die cast and bronze suggests it is an officer's OSD pattern. Scarce.

Churchill No 1807 refers.

A2.1

Code: 55712

18.00 GBP


Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Alberts) Officers Gold Bullion Wire Collar Badge

Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Alberts) Officers Gold Bullion Wire Collar Badge

A single gold and silver bullion wire embroidered early pattern officers collar badge with a rifle green felt backing. A strung bugle horn surmounted by a Mural Crown and the " Jellalabad " honour. In very good condition. Introduced circa 1880 -1881.

Churchill No 410 refers

H32.8

Code: 63716

35.00 GBP


A Matched Facing Pair of Generic Light Infantry Brass / Gilding Metal Bugles on Backing Cloths

A Matched Facing Pair of Generic Light Infantry Brass / Gilding Metal Bugles on Backing Cloths

A facing pair with three original loops to the reverse and green felt circular backing cloths. In very good condition. Worn as collars but also as single badges by buglers of Light Infantry regiments on the upper right arm.

Edwards & Langley p112 refers.

Comm StWi (149)

Code: 63705

SOLD


2nd Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment Matched Pair of Other Ranks Victorian Collar Badges

2nd Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment Matched Pair of Other Ranks Victorian Collar Badges

Matched Pair, with original dark toned loops and braising / sweat holes to the reverse. As worn from 1983 - 1901 and unique to the 2nd Battalion. Scarce.

Churchill No 1552 refers.

Comm BoHa (62)

Code: 63407

45.00 GBP


Royal Leicestershire Regiment Officers Silver Plated and Gilt Collar Badge

Royal Leicestershire Regiment Officers Silver Plated and Gilt Collar Badge

A die cast collar badge with silver plate overlays and two original loops to the reverse. Gilt a bit dull now but otherwise in very good condition. Circa 4.2cms wide and 3.3cms tall.

New collar badges were issued in 1951 given the Regiment's elevation to "Royal" status and officers wore the new anodised design for other ranks but in silver plate and gilt, as per this one.

Churchill No 539 refers.

Comm StWi (136)

Code: 63686

22.00 GBP


Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's) Gilding Metal Collar Badge

Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's) Gilding Metal Collar Badge

An other rank's collar badge, same design worn from 1874 until 1921, but with a change of metals in 1881 from Brass to gilding metal with copper loops. This appears to be a post 1881 pattern. In very good condition, right facing bugle with two dark toned copper loops to the reverse (worn as facing pairs).

Churchill No 408 refers.

Comm StWi (134)

Code: 63685

15.00 GBP


8th (City of London) Battalion London Regiment (Post Office Rifles) White Metal Collar Badge

8th (City of London) Battalion London Regiment (Post Office Rifles) White Metal Collar Badge

Die struck white metal other ranks collar badge in very good condition with two original loops to the reverse.

Churchill No 1942 refers.

Kipling & King (Vol2 p169) confirms these collars were worn by the new 7th City Battalion of the London Regiment (Post Office Rifles) formed in 1920 after having been amalgamated with the former 8th Battalion (Post Office Rifles).

Comm StWi (169)

Code: 63645

25.00 GBP


East Yorkshire Regiment Officers Silver Plated, Gilt and Enamel Collar Badge

East Yorkshire Regiment Officers Silver Plated, Gilt and Enamel Collar Badge

In good condition but gilt a bit dulled from service wear. Small gap in the enamel to one side of the central rose but hard to notice. Maker marked JR Gaunt London and stamped "P" to reverse for silver plate. Two original loops, slightly bent otherwise a pleasing example. Circa 2.8cms wide.

Churchill No 484 refers.

Comm StWi (127 b)

Code: 63644

25.00 GBP


WW1 Pals - 12th (Service) Bermondsey Battalion (East Surrey Regiment) Other Ranks Gilding Metal Collar Badge

WW1 Pals - 12th (Service) Bermondsey Battalion (East Surrey Regiment) Other Ranks Gilding Metal Collar Badge

A scarce die struck collar badge with two original loops to the reverse (some bending). In good condition with sharp detail. The badges of the regiment were paid for my the Mayor of the Borough and officially sanctioned by the War Office. Worn in facing pairs. Scarce.

Raised in 1915 and disbanded in 1919.

Churchill No 890 refers.

Comm StWi (57)

Code: 63234

85.00 GBP


Royal Munster Fusiliers Officers Field Service Cap / Collar Badge

Royal Munster Fusiliers Officers Field Service Cap / Collar Badge

A small bronzed grenade with separately mounted silver plated royal tiger applied. Two original short loops to the reverse. Worn as a collar badge in facing pairs in bronze, but most likely worn on the officer's field service (fore and aft) cap given the silver plated tiger. Circa 3.1 cms tall.

Like Churchill No 1874 but not all in bronze and the royal tiger mounted in silver plate.

Comm SiSa

Code: 63639

85.00 GBP