Royal Artillery Vounteers / Militia White Metal Ball Spike for 1878 Pattern Helmet
In worn condition with some service wear marks to ball. With original fixing nut. See my item 60517 for the regular brass version.
Other Ranks Volunteers White Metal Cross Piece Base Top Fitting for 1878 Pattern Helmet
A die struck white metal cross piece base with a central rose to top through which the spike or ball is inserted and screwed. Four smaller roses one at each end of the arms of the cross, four additional holes for ventilation and a retaining hook at the reverse for securing the chin strap when not in use. 4 original long copper loops for fitting to the helmet. Some bending and wrinkling from ... read more
10th (Scottish) Territorial Force Battalion The Kings Liverpool Regiment White Metal Glengarry Badge
White metal cap badge of two part construction with 2 original loops to reverse. Superimposed on St.Andrew's cross the white horse of Hanover with scroll 'The King's'. Pre 1937 pattern.
K&K No 1706 refers.
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8th Volunteer Battalion VB The Kings Liverpool Regiment Pouch / Sporran White Metal Badge
Scarce white metal pouch / sporran badge with two original screw bolts to the reverse, worn by the 8th (Scottish) Volunteer Battalion King's Regiment (Liverpool). The White Horse of Hanover to the centre of a circlet bearing the title: " 8th.V.B. Liverpool ". In very good condition. Most probably for the pouch as I have seen loops for wear on the sporran.
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6th Rifle Battalion ( Territorial Force) Kings Regiment ( Liverpool ) Blackened Brass Cap Badge
A die struck blackened brass cap badge with original slider to reverse. It depicts a bugle horn surmounted by rose of Lancaster.
K&K Vol 1 No 1702 refers.
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Victorian - Isle of Man Volunteers Other Ranks White Metal Glengarry Badge ( the 7th Volunteer Battalion King 's Liverpool Regiment )
A die struck white metal cap badge with two original dark toned loops to the reverse. The motto " Quocunque Jeceris Stabit " which is rather appropriate given the three legged device to the centre and translates as " whichever way you throw him he will stand ". It was also the motto adopted by the Home Guard of the island in WW2. Circa 4.7cm tall. Some evidence of service wear otherwise in ... read more
Liverpool Scottish ( Queen 's Own Cameron Highlanders ) White Metal Cap Badge
White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the territorial battalion of the Cameron Highlanders. St. Andrew above a scroll, Cameron, within a wreath of thistle flanked by two more scrolls, Liverpool Scottish. Embossed Gaunt London to reverse of cross, which is quite indistinct and hard to read. Sealed on 28/3/1938. The Liverpool Scottish ceased to be the 10th Battalion King 's ... read more
Honourable Artillery Company Senior NCO / Sergeants Bi Metal Cap Badge
Of two part construction with original slider. Worn pre 1950. In very good condition.
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3rd Volunteer Battalion (VB) Devonshire Regiment Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge
Die struck in white metal with two original loops to the reverse (some twisting) and of two part construction with an applied scroll. As per Hugh King's collection sold by Bosley's 20th January 2010 Lot 380. Circa 1901 - 1908. In very good condition.
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Cambridgeshire Regiment (Territorial Force) Bi-Metal Cap Badge with South Africa 1900-01 Scroll
A scarce cap badge with the scroll part of the main badge (not separately attached) with original slider to the reverse. Five sweat / expansion / braising holes to reverse visible on the reverse. The South Africa scroll was worn as a battle honour due to the volunteers of the 3rd Cambs VBs which fought in the Boer War attached to the Suffolk Regiment.
K&K Vol 1 No 1816 (states th... read more