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The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Territorials Officers Cap Badge, QEII Crown
A stunning and scarce officers frosted silver, gilt and enamel cap badge with two original silvered loops to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose in red enamel above the title scroll, "Hampshire & Isle of Wight " between crowned laurel sprays. A fabulous badge, the photos do not do it justice. Worn 1967.
K&K Vol 2 No 2387 refers.
4th Volunteer Battalion The East Surrey Regiment, Victorian Crown
A scarce die struck white metal cap badge with the flat topped Victorian crown as worn from 1896 to 1902. Two original dark toned loops to the reverse.
6th City of London Regiment Blackened Brass Cap Badge, King's Crown
A scarce blackened brass cap badge with original slider to the reverse. South Africa honours to top arm of cross. In very good condition. Worn 1908 - 1935.
K&K Vol1 No 1824 refers.
Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) Officers fire Gilt Pouch Badge, Kings Crown
A scarce large pattern King's crown officer's fire gilt pouch badge with mounted wheel (does not turn) and three original screw posts to the reverse. In great condition.
4th (Territorial) Battalion The South Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Volunteers) Bi Metal Cap Badge
A bi-metal cap badge with original slider to the reverse and five braising / expansion / sweat holes. Blank plinth. In very good condition with sharp detail.
K&K Vol1 No 1735 refers.
Early Artists Rifles / 20th Middlesex RVC Blackened Brass Slouch Hat Badge
Blackened Brass Die Struck version with two original loops to the reverse. As worn on the grey slouch hat with grey full dress up to 1914 (See Gaylor p78). Circa 4cm tall. In very good condition with a good patina and some minor wear to black finish on the highpoints. As also worn by the 20th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers pre 1908. Scarce.
White Metal Crown from top of Helmet Plate, Kings Crown
A large die struck metal crown with long single loop to reverse which appears to have been removed from a volunteer 1878 pattern helmet plate as worn 1902 - 1914. One corner of base of crown a bit ragged. Of use to anybody missing a crown off their QVC or KC helmet plate. Quite a few QVC plates were converted locally with KC versions so this could be used in this way to repair a relevant QVC plate also. Circa 4.3cm tall and 4.3cm wide. This checks out with the size and style of crowns on HPCs in my collection.
Code: 62215Price: 25.00 GBP
Victorian Suffolk Regiment White Metal Side Cap Badge Militia Battalions
This, together with the item listed above, is a real oddity. It appears to be an Other Ranks HPC device die struck in white metal with two original lugs to the reverse. It is not a collar badge as far as I can determine (not listed in Churchill) so I can only presume they are NCO issue for wear in the side or forage cap. It shows no sign of having been removed from the Helmet Plate Centre; the lugs are original and not in place of any other fittings. Circa 2.5cm wide and 2.4cm tall. Any information welcome.
Code: 62128Price: 30.00 GBP
QVC Manchester Regiment Militia Other Ranks White Metal Glengarry Badge
A scarce die struck glengarry with QVC and two of two original staple style loops to the reverse (north-south). Sharp detail and rare.
Code: 62120Price: 325.00 GBP
1st Buckinghamshire (Bucks) Rifle Volunteer Corps (RVC) Other Ranks Blackened Brass Collar Badge
Die cast with two original loops to the reverse. Worn from 1876 until 1908. From 1881 known as 3rd Volunteer Battalion. retaining its status as a rifle regiment and pretty much its RVC uniform, becoming the Buckinghamshire Battalion in 1908. Attractive wear to black finish on the highpoints otherwise in very good condition and nicely curved / domed. Circa 2.1cm tall. Worn in facing pairs (thanks to Stephen for the confirmation). Scarce.
Westlake No 1207 refers.
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