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WW2 4th (Territorial Battalion) Lincolnshire Regiment Brass Lincoln Imp Arm Badge

WW2 4th (Territorial Battalion) Lincolnshire Regiment Brass Lincoln Imp Arm Badge

Small die struck brass arm badge with two original loops to the reverse. Circa 3.4cms tall. In very good condition. Scarce.

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Code: 64966

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3rd Volunteer Battalion The Bedfordshire Regiment Officers Shoulder Belt And Pouch, Circa 1902 - 1908

3rd Volunteer Battalion The Bedfordshire Regiment Officers Shoulder Belt And Pouch, Circa 1902 - 1908

In wonderful condition for its age, white buff leather shoulder belt complete with king's crown silver plated badge with mounted fittings, whistle, keep and chain. Attached to its black pouch at the rear with white metal fittings and original silver plated generic RVC bugle pouch badge. All pieces with retaining nuts. Whistle still whistles. A rare belt with original fittings in very good c... read more

Code: 64921

385.00 GBP

1st Volunteer Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment

1st Volunteer Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment

Another unusual item, a cut down cap badge to this colunteer unit which has a brass bar riveted its reverse for a safety pin fitting and fastening, the latter now damaged and in relic condition.

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Code: 64947

22.00 GBP

Inns of Court OTC ( 27th London Regiment ) Blackened Brass Metal Shoulder Title

Inns of Court OTC ( 27th London Regiment ) Blackened Brass Metal Shoulder Title

Blackened finish worn away in part with service wear, three original lugs remaining. Worn between 1908 and 1932.

Westlake No 1567 refers

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Code: 63749

15.00 GBP

WW1 1 / NORFOLK / VOLUNTEERS VTC one piece brass shoulder title

WW1 1 / NORFOLK / VOLUNTEERS VTC one piece brass shoulder title

Two original loops to the reverse, a generic title which was fitted with a slightly different coloured brass 1 at time of manufacture. There were seven battalions of the Norfolk Volunteer Regiment which were consolidated to form the 1st to 4th Volunteer Battalions of the Norfolk Regiment by 1918. So far Westlake has only noted titles of this pattern to the 1st and 2nd Battalions. Both had t... read more

Code: 63395

45.00 GBP

23rd Battalion The London Regiment Bi Metal Collar Badge, Kings Crown

23rd Battalion The London Regiment Bi Metal Collar Badge, Kings Crown

A King's Crown bi-metal collar badge for the 23rd Battalion London Regt. With sweat holes to the reverse. Voided crown and the variety with "1900 -02" on the scroll. In good condition complete with original lugs.

Churchill No 1989 refers.

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Code: 63703

12.00 GBP

North Riding (of Yorkshire) Rifle Volunteers Blackened Brass Shoulder Title - Gaunt

North Riding (of Yorkshire) Rifle Volunteers Blackened Brass Shoulder Title - Gaunt

Blackened brass with two original loops to the reverse and maker marked JR Gaunt London. In very good condition.

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Code: 63011

38.00 GBP

Rifle Volunteer Corps Officers Generic QVC Shoulder Belt Plate (SBP)

Rifle Volunteer Corps Officers Generic QVC Shoulder Belt Plate (SBP)

An impressive and well made item, potentially worn by a number of smaller units who had not yet invested in their own designs. Two part construction with all screw posts and one remaining retaining nut. Blank scroll, French Bugle with dimpled background offset by a laurel wreath. Circa 8.4cms tall and 7.3cms tall. Worn circa 1859 - 1887.

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Code: 64787

165.00 GBP

West Kent Light Infantry Militia Victorian pre 1881 glengarry badge

West Kent Light Infantry Militia Victorian pre 1881 glengarry badge

Good scarce die-stamped white metal strung bugle with the White Horse of Kent on INVICTA between the strings with two original loops to the reverse. In very good condition.

HQ: Maidstone. Reconstituted in 1759, elevated to Light Infantry status in 1853. In 1881 became the 3rd Battalion The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment.

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Code: 64830

125.00 GBP

WW2 107th Royal Armoured Corps (RAC) Chromed / Nickel Dipped White Metal Cap Badge

WW2 107th Royal Armoured Corps (RAC) Chromed / Nickel Dipped White Metal Cap Badge

Shaped to cap with two original loops to the reverse. The 5th Battalion (Territorial Force) King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment (KORL) in October 1941 became the 107th Regiment RAC (KORL) and 151st (10th BN KORL) and wore white metal cap chromed / nickel dipped cap badges to reflect their conversion to armoured units. In excellent condition. Very slight wear to highpoints on the back front k... read more

Code: 64801

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