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.
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
Of three piece construction, the Wee Jimmy / St Andrew to the middle appears to be silver plated, star in white metal star with short scrolls, bronzy brass centre and sphinx. Two original lugs to rear. Lacessit spelling. Worn circa 1902 - 1937. Circa 7.6cm tall.
K&K Vol 1 No 657 refers.
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!
In good condition with original slider. Slightly tapering as found on earlier examples.
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
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.
In very good condition with original slider.
Sold to NS
WW1 era cap badge with original slider to the reverse and with four sweat / braising / expansion holes. Shows minor signs of being worn but in good condition with sharp detail. Gaylor claims there was also an all brass economy version. The regiment was disbanded in 1922.
K&K Vol 1 No 702 refers.
An officer's service dress bronze die cast cap badge with 2 original blades to reverse. In good condition.
Raised in 1917 as part of Kitchener's Army, the badge depicts the Menorah, the ceremonial seven branched candlestick with the Hebrew motto 'Kadimah' ( Eastward) below.
K&K Vol 1 No 1145 refers.
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