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Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (A&SH) Officer's Bronze OSD Facing & Matched Collar Badges - Cats Tail Up

Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (A&SH) Officer's Bronze OSD Facing & Matched Collar Badges - Cats Tail Up

An early pattern pair of facing and matching collar badges (a close but not exact match) in very good condition with two original loops to the reverse (minor service wear and bending). Cats Tail Up, which Churchill claims is a pre 1902 issue.

Churchill No 1829 refers.

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Code: 67573

35.00 GBP

Cheshire Regiment Militia / Volunteer Battalion Collar Badge

Cheshire Regiment Militia / Volunteer Battalion Collar Badge

Die struck in white metal with two brass loops soldered to the reverse. Does not appear to have been cut down from the glengarry circlet. Possibly also worn on the field service cap but Churchill is convinced they were worn as collar badges when in white metal by either the Militia and / or Volunteer Battalions pre 1908.

The final photo shows another example on the right which...  read more

Code: 64959

20.00 GBP

Cheshire Regiment Officers OSD Bronze Collar Badge

Cheshire Regiment Officers OSD Bronze Collar Badge

A single die cast bronze metal collar badge to an officer of The Cheshire Regiment. With two original loops to the reverse, squeezed and slight bending but still functional and otherwise in very good condition. Post 1922 pattern. Good colour.

Churchill No 625 refers but in bronze.

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Code: 64958

10.00 GBP

Cheshire Regiment Gilt Senior NCOs Collar Badge

Cheshire Regiment Gilt Senior NCOs Collar Badge

A scarce single gilt brass version of the other ranks collar badge as worn from 1898 - 1922. Churchill confirms that the gilt version was worn by Warrant Officers.

Churchill No 618 refers.

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Code: 64943

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The Glouchestershire Regiment Officer's OSD Bronze Collar Dog Badge

The Glouchestershire Regiment Officer's OSD Bronze Collar Dog Badge

Semi die struck in bronze, two original loops to the reverse, facing left. In very good condition. Sealed 1903 and worn until 1932 only.

Churchill Fig 781 refers.

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Code: 67522

10.00 GBP

The York & Lancaster Regiment Officer's OSD Bronze Collar Dog Badge

The York & Lancaster Regiment Officer's OSD Bronze Collar Dog Badge

Die cast in bronze, right facing, with two original loops to the reverse. In good overall condition. As worn from 1902.

Churchill Fig 1586 refers.

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Code: 67520

12.00 GBP

East Yorkshire Regiment Officer's OSD Bronze Collar Dog Badge

East Yorkshire Regiment Officer's OSD Bronze Collar Dog Badge

Die cast in bronze, and in very good condition with two original D shaped loops to the reverse. Maker marked JR Gaunt London.

Churchill Fig 488 refers.

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Code: 67519

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Victorian Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) Officer's Gilt Collar Badge

Victorian Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) Officer's Gilt Collar Badge

A gilt left facing collar badge with two original loops to the reverse. Some damage from verdigris (which has now been stopped) to head around the eye of the lamb and also a small spot on the torse. Condition reflected in price. This pattern worn circa 1882 - 1897.

Churchill Fig 39 refers.

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Code: 67508

15.00 GBP

The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) Other Ranks Collar Badge, 1882 -1898

The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) Other Ranks Collar Badge, 1882 -1898

A scarce early left facing collar badge with two original dark toned brass loops to the reverse. Some heavy polishing to the detail on the body the lamb itself otherwise in good overall condition and scarce.

Churchill No 36 refers.

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Code: 67503

10.00 GBP

2nd Volunteer Battalion (VB) The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) Officer's Blackened Collar Badge

2nd Volunteer Battalion (VB) The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) Officer's Blackened Collar Badge

A die cast bronze right facing collar badge which has been blackened. The 1st VB officers wore this for a short time in a bronze finish, presumably from 1902 with the introduction of Service Dress and the 2VB officer's are assumed by Churchill to have worn this also but blackened. The torse is distinctively long on both figs 68 and 69 compared to the regulars' badges. Circa 1902 - 1908 only....  read more

Code: 67507

45.00 GBP