2nd Battalion (Southampton) Hants Hampshire Rifle Volunteer Corps (RVC) White Metal Pouch Badge
Good, rare white metal Victorian pouch badge with two original long screw posts to reverse. Worn on the grey uniform prior to 1877. Comprising the coat of arms of Southampton. Measures 45mm x 57mm. Ref Woods Book 2 p52 item 3.24. Sadly one flag at the top of the mast on the left is missing, but does not detract greatly as it is a rare item. Sold as seen.
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9th Volunteer Battalion (VB) The Royal Scots White Metal Glengarry Badge, 1902- 1908
A die struck white metal cap badge star similar in size and design of that worn by officer's/WOs of the Scots Guards, but this one as noted in white metal. Circa 5cms across. With two original long loops to the reverse (north-south). Attributed in two different Bosley auctions (in 2000 and 2012 respectively) as worn by the 9th Volunteer Battalion Royal Scots for the limited period 1902 - 1908.... read more
The Middlesex Regiment (7th, 8th, 9th Battalions) Territorial Force White Metal 'Walking Out" Cap Badge & Collar Set
White Metal Walking Out or NCO / Sergeant's die struck white metal cap badge with original slider. Of two part construction. Not a Volunteer Battalion badge, but many regiments which had bi-metal cap badges were authorised to have white metal 'walking-out' badges during the years 1908 - 1920. Battle honour "South Africa 1900 - 1902". Together with a matched pair of collar badges with "Sout... read more
2nd/ 9th Battalion Glasgow Highlanders White Metal Glengarry Badge (Blunted Ends Variety)
The 2nd Battalion Glasgow Highlanders (Highland Light Infantry) Die struck White Metal Cap Badge, King's Crown. St. Andrew to the centre of the Star of the Order of the Thistle with the crown above and the sphinx below. Double scrolls bear the titles, "The Glasgow Highlanders" and "Highland Light Infantry." In superb condition with two original loops to the reverse. Lacessit spelling.
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5th (The Sutherland and Caithness Highland) battalion of The Seaforth Highlanders White Metal Glengarry Badge - Stout Pin Fitting
A scarce die struck white metal glengarry badge for the 5th (The Sutherland and Caithness Highland) battalion of The Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's). Scarce to find with a pin fastening - this is stout and original and fully functional. Apparently, the 1st Sutherland Highland Rifle Volunteers also wore this badge with a pin fastening.
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9th Battalion (Glasgow Highlanders) Highland Light Infantry (HLI) White Metal Glengarry Badge
A die struck white metal cap badge with two original splay-footed copper lugs to the reverse. Some minor loss of detail through service wear otherwise in good overall condition. A random blob of lead to reverse as depicted in the photo on the reverse, which does not detract. This pattern worn from 1908 - 1939.
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Kings Liverpool 8th Irish Battalion, Kings Liverpool Regiment, King's Crown White Metal Cap Badge & Backing - Firmin
A die struck white metal example with green felt backing, original slider maker marked Firmin London. A very pleasing example.
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11th Battalion The Hampshire Regiment (Royal Militia Island of Jersey) Gilding Metal Cap Badge
In very good condition with original slider and lions facing to the right as per K&K No 2021 refers (Some examples of converted collars exist with the lions facing left - source Terence Wood). In very good condition.
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1st Volunteer Battalion The Hampshire Other Ranks White Metal Helmet Plate Centre (HPC)
In very good condition with all four original staple loops to the reverse. Pre 1908.
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Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) Embroidered Grenade
An unusual white worsted thread grenade on black outline and in turn on red outline felt backgrounds. I acquired this as an HAC item, always happy to be corrected. Circa 6.5cm tall. In good condition.
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