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WW1 - The Light Armoured Motor Battery Lamb ( LAMBS ) Rare Brass Shoulder Title

WW1 - The Light Armoured Motor Battery Lamb ( LAMBS ) Rare Brass Shoulder Title

A rare die cast collar LAMB'S badge with two original loops to the reverse (mounted diagonally). As worn by members of the MMGC in the Middle East Theatre. They operated in an small type of armoured car. Left facing, circa 3.7cm wide and 3.1cm tall. In very good condition and totally original.

Comm ADSM

Code: 62845

275.00 GBP


6th (Territorial Battalion) The Hampshire Regiment (Duke of Connaughts Own) Other Ranks Bi-Metal Cap Badge

6th (Territorial Battalion) The Hampshire Regiment (Duke of Connaughts Own) Other Ranks Bi-Metal Cap Badge

Die struck with original slider and four sweat / braising / expansion holes to the rear. The bi metal badge was worn prior to 1947. In superb condition.

Gaylor p66 and Plate 21 refers.

G134.3

Code: 62792

40.00 GBP


WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) 2nd pattern White Metal Cap Badge, introduced April 1915

WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) 2nd pattern White Metal Cap Badge, introduced April 1915

Scarce and original white metal cap badge (with the more lion-like looking lion) in good condition with original brooch pin to the reverse. As worn in WW1 by 20th , 21st , 22nd , 23rd and 29th (Service) Battalions, The Northumberland Fusiliers ( Tyneside Scottish ). This badge has a nice curve to it and original stout pin fitting as encountered on WW1 examples.

Col . D Wood No 448 refers.

G140.2

Code: 62773

65.00 GBP


WW1  Navy & Army Canteen Board ( NACB ) Kings Crown Cap Badge

WW1 Navy & Army Canteen Board ( NACB ) Kings Crown Cap Badge

A large die struck brass cap badge with two original flat loops to the reverse.5.2cm wide and 4.8cm tall. Slight split to top of orb of crown (see photo), otherwise in very good condition with sharp detail. Artistically this is a very attractive item.

The Navy and Army Canteen Board ( NACB ), along with the Expeditionary Force Canteens, was a precursor to the NAAFI (Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes) set up in 1921. The NACB was formed in 1917 from an amalgamation of the Army Canteen Committee, the Canteen and Mess Society, Dickeson's and all other contractors that supplied the Army; the Admiralty also rapidly transferred its allegiance to the NACB, thereby centralising control of the canteen system within the Armed Forces. In March 1917 the extensive appointment of women under the NACB was sanctioned. The Local Education Authorities released 300 trained domestic economy teachers who were appointed as officers. The strength of the Corps in November 1918 was 12,000. After the Armistice eight officers and 500 members of the Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps (QMAAC) in France were transferred to the NACB to carry on the canteen work for the Expeditionary Force Canteens during the dispersal of British troops in France. Two officers and 120 members worked with the Army of Occupation in Cologne.

A64.3

Code: 55716

40.00 GBP


Scarce WW1 1st Birmingham ( Pals ) Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment Other Ranks Cap Badge

Scarce WW1 1st Birmingham ( Pals ) Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment Other Ranks Cap Badge


An excellent badge on original slider, some light polishing to highpoints, with all the attributes that those in the know look for - the goatie beard, the shaggy coat and correct method of attaching scroll to the body, with gilt coloured braising metal. Circa 5cm tall by 5.8cm wide.

G81.9

Code: 62359

SOLD


Royal Irish Fusiliers (RIF) 2 part Bi-metal Cap Badge with White Metal Coronet

Royal Irish Fusiliers (RIF) 2 part Bi-metal Cap Badge with White Metal Coronet


A die cast bi-metal greande cap badge with original slider to the reverse (clipped) and a separate die struck white metal coronet with two original loops to the reverse. Grenade has a small sweat / braising / expansion holes to the reverse.

K&K Vol 1 No 694 refers

F11.1

Code: 62350

25.00 GBP


Lot of Three Original But Damaged Badges

Lot of Three Original But Damaged Badges


As follows:

Brass, Royal Artillery, turning wheel, excavated condition, stub of slider remaining.

Royal Berkshire Regiment, brass, bright and lacquered, a lovely example with sharp detail but sadly slider removed.

Irish Guards Cap Star, gilding metal, two original loops to reverse but centre badly polished with lack of detail to motto and shamrock. Obviously worn by a very shiney guardsman!

Coll/F55.10/D80.4

Code: 61574

10.00 GBP


WW1 Royal West Kent White Metal Cap Badge

WW1 Royal West Kent White Metal Cap Badge


In good condition with original slider. Slightly tapering as found on earlier examples.

F55.11

Code: 61569

Reserved


WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) 2nd pattern White Metal Glengarry 4th Pattern Cap Badge, introduced April 1915

WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) 2nd pattern White Metal Glengarry 4th Pattern Cap Badge, introduced April 1915


Scarce and original die struck white metal cap badge in good condition with original brooch pin to the reverse. As worn in WW1 by 20th , 21st , 22nd , 23rd and 29th (Service) Battalions, The Northumberland Fusiliers ( Tyneside Scottish ). This pattern was introduced in 1916 and not worn in WW2.

Col . D Wood No 451 refers

F58.2

Code: 61118

SOLD


WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) 2nd pattern White Metal Cap Badge, introduced April 1915

WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) 2nd pattern White Metal Cap Badge, introduced April 1915


Scarce and original white metal cap badge (with the more lion like looking lion) in good condition with original brooch pin to the reverse. As worn in WW1 by 20th , 21st , 22nd , 23rd and 29th (Service) Battalions, The Northumberland Fusiliers ( Tyneside Scottish ). This badge has a very high finish and looks to have been silver plated and is not the dull flat white metal normally encountered.

Col . D Wood No 448 refers.

E60.2

Code: 60252

SOLD