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WW1 South Staffordshire Regiment Bronze OSD Cap / Collar Badge

WW1 South Staffordshire Regiment Bronze OSD Cap / Collar Badge

Kings crown officer's die cast bronze service dress cap / collar badge with two original loops to the reverse. In very good condition with only minor wear to bronze finish. The large collar was discarded by the 1st Battalion in favour of the simple knot badge by 1918 although the 2nd Battalion persisted with the large collar as depicted here for a few more years.

Westlake No 1064 refers.

Comm JT

Code: 61917

15.00 GBP


North Staffordshire Regiment (POW) Officers OSD Bronze Collar Badge

North Staffordshire Regiment (POW) Officers OSD Bronze Collar Badge

A die cast bronze example in very good condition with two original lugs to the reverse, slight verdigris to lugs. Circa 3cm tall.

Westlake No 1565 refers.

Comm JT

Code: 62544

6.00 GBP


Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (RNF) Mess Waiters Facing Collar Badges

Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (RNF) Mess Waiters Facing Collar Badges

A scarce pair of facing upright bi-metal collar badges, but not matching, especially in respect of the fixings. Worn on the collars of No 2 Dress and the Mess Waiters' livery jacket with the high collar. Denis Wood is of the opinion that these were unofficial and paid for by the regiment to bling up their mess waiters. Circa 1960s. As there were only 6 - 8 mess orderlies these are scarce.

Col D R Wood "The Fifth Fusiliers and its Badges" No 242 refers.

DRW 71

Code: 62918

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Durham Light Infantry ( DLI ) Officers OSD Collar Badge on Khaki Slip-on - attributed

Durham Light Infantry ( DLI ) Officers OSD Collar Badge on Khaki Slip-on - attributed

A die struck (not cast) bronze OSD Collar badge worn on a khaki slip on epaulette for wear on the battledress tunic / shirt sleeve order. Two original lugs to the reverse (east - west). Attributed to Major K.M. Wood, M.C., T.D., DLI.

A153.4

Code: 56307

12.00 GBP


Fusilier Brigade / Royal Regiment of Fusiliers ( RRF ) Officers Silver Plated and Gilt Collar Badge - St George facing to the right

Fusilier Brigade / Royal Regiment of Fusiliers ( RRF ) Officers Silver Plated and Gilt Collar Badge - St George facing to the right

Two part construction silver plated mounted device on gilt grenade, with two original lugs to the reverse, slightly bent inwards with service wear, but otherwise fully functional and in very good condition.

Coll.

Code: 56805

8.00 GBP


Royal Irish Fusiliers ( RIF) Pair of Princess Victorias Coronet White Metal Collar Badges

Royal Irish Fusiliers ( RIF) Pair of Princess Victorias Coronet White Metal Collar Badges

A close match, this pair of white metal coronets have two original dark toned lugs to the reverse of each. Worn from 1888, usually horizontally in combination with the grenade collar badge, with the coronet worn nearest the collar open. grenade badges not present.
In good condition and an earlier issue by the colouration of the lugs.

Churchill No 1770 refers.

A167.8

Code: 56591

20.00 GBP


19th Foot (Green Howards / Yorkshire Regiment) Other Ranks Collar Badge, 1875 - 1881 only

19th Foot (Green Howards / Yorkshire Regiment) Other Ranks Collar Badge, 1875 - 1881 only

Die struck brass collar with two original lugs to the reverse. In very condition and with a pattern of coronet or crown unique to the 19th Regiment (as opposed to the flatter and wider crown worn by other infantry regiments pre 1878 - see my item 60673). Circa 2.2cm wide and 1.7cm tall. Scarce.

In 1881 the 19th Foot became the Green Howards ( Yorkshire Regiment).

Churchill No 559 refers (although he depicts the slightly larger pattern worn by officers).

See the final photo for a comparison between the 19th Foot pattern on the right and for sale here and the more generic infantry pattern crown worn by such units as the 11th (Devonshire) Regiment of Foot for sale above.

See item 57432 for an ultra scarce pair of officer's fire gilt collar badges of the same pattern.

F23.3(3)

Code: 60672

22.00 GBP


Stunning Pair of Fire Gilt 19th Foot ( Green Howards / Yorkshire Regiment )  Officers Collar Badges, One maker marked J&Co, 1875 - 1881 only

Stunning Pair of Fire Gilt 19th Foot ( Green Howards / Yorkshire Regiment ) Officers Collar Badges, One maker marked J&Co, 1875 - 1881 only

Stunning matched pair with two original lugs to the reverse. One stamped J&Co to the reverse. In superb condition and with a pattern of coronet or crown unique to the 19th Regiment of Foot (as opposed to the flatter and wider crown worn by other infantry regiments pre 1881 - see my item 60673). Circa 2.6cm wide and 2.1cm tall. Churchill notes that the officer's wore this pattern in gilt. Very scarce. In 1881 the 19th became the Green Howards ( Yorkshire Regiment).

Churchill No 559 refers.

Comm FB

Code: 57432

75.00 GBP


WW1 Brass Universal Pattern Pioneer Battalion Other Ranks Collar Badge, various units

WW1 Brass Universal Pattern Pioneer Battalion Other Ranks Collar Badge, various units

A brass collar badge, with 4 lugs to the reverse. Some twisting to the pick axe and service wear to the lugs.

Introduced by sealed pattern in 1915, and marked obsolete in 1921. Worn in gilding metal (brass) for Other Ranks and OSD bronze finish for Officers. Some pioneer battalions differentiated themselves from other pioneer battalions in the same regiment by wearing either the pick axe facing inwards or outwards from the collar. Colin Churchill's book on the subject of infantry collar badges illustrates the universal pattern pioneer collars as items 147 and 148 in the section concerning the Northumberland Fusiliers. As a result most people associate this pattern with the NF pioneer service battalions the 14th, 17th ( NER ), 18th and 19th. The 7th Battalion NF (TF) at sometime served as pioneers so they would also have worn them. Other units which Colin Churchill lists as having worn them are:

2/4th Somerset Light infantry (TF)
21st ( Wool Textile Pioneers ) (S) Bn The West Yorkshire Regiment
6th East Yorkshire Regiment (TF)
12th (Teeside Pioneers) (S) Bn The Green Howards
12th (Pioneers) (S) Bn The Cheshire Regiment
The Denbighshire Battalion, The Royal Welsh Fusiliers (TF) (Officers only worn with a 'T' below - item 654)
5th & 6th (S) Bns The South Wales Borderers
13th ( Forest of Dean ) (S) Bn, The Gloucestershire Regiment
14th (Seven Valley Pioneers ) (S) Bn, The Worcestershire Regiment
17th (Pioneers) (S) Bn, the Worcestershire Regiment
11th ( St Helen's Pioneers ) The South Lancashire Regiment
8th (S) Bn, the Welsh Regiment
19th ( Glamorgan ) (S) Bn, the Welsh Regiment
8th (Pioneers) (S) Bn, the Oxs & Bucks LI
12th ( Pioneers) (S) Bn, the Sherwood Foresters ( Notts & Derby)
1/5th Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry ( TF)
10th ( Cornwall Pioneers ) (S) Bn, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
9th (Pioneers) (S) Bn, The Border Regiment
8th (Pioneers) (S) Bn, The Royal Sussex Regiment
11th (Pioneers) (S) Bn, The Hampshire Regiment
5th (Pioneers) (S) Bn, The Northamptonshire Regiment
12th (Miners' Battalion Pioneers) (S), KOYLI
17th/19th/26th (S) Bns of the Middlesex Regiment; the 1st/2nd and 3rd Public Works Pioneers respectively
24th ( Oldham ) (S) Bn (Pioneers) The Manchester Regiment
9th (S) Bn (Pioneers) the North Staffordshire Regiment
7th (Pioneer) Bn, The York & Lancaster Regiment
11th (Pioneers) (S) Bn, The Durham Light Infantry
22nd Battalion (3rd County Pioneers) (S) Bn, DLI
16th ( 2nd Glasgow ) (S) Bn (Pioneers), Highland Light Infantry ( HLI )
9th (S) Bn (Pioneers) The Seaforth Highlanders
9th (S) Bn (Pioneers) The Gordon Highlanders
16th ( 2nd County Down ) (S) Bn (Pioneers), the Royal Ulster Rifles

My thanks to Colin Churchill for his research in this respect. Some 40 battalions may have worn these but still quite hard to find.

DRW 62

Code: 62837

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Facing Pair of Royal Northumberland Fusiliers ( RNF ) Other Rank's Collar Badges

Facing Pair of Royal Northumberland Fusiliers ( RNF ) Other Rank's Collar Badges

A good post WW2 die-stamped bi metal facing pair of other ranks collar badges (very close colour match, but not exact). Both with single square lugs to the reverse. Worn 1953 to circa 1963 only on the stand-up collars of the Nos. 1 and 3 Dress jackets.

Col D. Wood no 241 refers.

Code: 55019

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