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.
The General List first appeared in the Army List in October 1914, its title then being "General List, Infantry, for Service Battalions". and it included names of officers yet to be allocated to a particular Service Battalion, and to this was added, in February 1915, the names of officers "who are holding other appointments". Most of the OSD Bronze finish has been polished away, but more obvious to the reverse. Two original lugs. Circa 4cm wide and 3.6cm tall.
K&K Vol 1 No 1084 refers (but this is collar badge size).
White Metal Universal Pattern White Metal Bugle for Collar of Shoulder Titles, as worn by Volunteer Battalions of Light Infantry Regiments such as the Durham Light Infantry.
Right facing, sharp detail with two original lugs to the reverse, one badly squashed.
A single generic pattern brass grenade collar badge worn by many fusilier regiments as a collar badge pre 1896, or even on the FS cap, or as part of a shoulder title arrangement. Some polishing to high points otherwise in good condition.
An unusual and very finely cast brass strung bugle, with two small and original lugs to the reverse. Looks too good to have been cast from the front view. Lovely item. Bugle faces to right. As worn by units such as the Durham Light Infantry ( DLI ) and other Light Infantry Regiments
An early single other ranks collar badge with flag waving to the left, flames facing to the right. Two original lugs. Circa 4cm in length. In worn condition, polishing to the castle detail and the ball of the grenade misshapen. Worn from 1881 until 1927.
Churchill No 730 refers (but this one with more rounding to the pattern of the flames).
See also item 53176 for the short-lived horizontal bi-metal version (Churchill No 731).
Die cast bronze, facing and a close match with two original lugs to reverse of each, one maker marked J.R. Gaunt . London (the small stamp - 11mm long and therefore correct even with the dot before London) on reverse of scroll. 3.7cm tall. A good colour match and clearly from the same manufacturer.
Churchill No 425 refers.
Bugle facing to Die cast light bronze with two original lugs to reverse, maker's tablet J.R. Gaunt London to reverse of crown. 3.7 cm tall. Some twisting to bottom loop otherwise in good condition.
Churchill No 425 refers.
A pair of white metal facing collar badges with two original lugs to the reverse of each. Some wear to the lugs otherwise in very good condition. not an exact match, as one appears to be the pattern in Churchill No 1831 and the other No 1832 and a slight colour variation evident.
Welsh dragoon, voided tail. Sharp detail with two original lugs, slightly bent, otherwise in very good condition. Worn 1908-1914 and post WW1 again from 1920 - 1937.
Churchill No 1923 refers.
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