Hampshire Regiment Large Brass Other Ranks Foreign Service Pagri Badge, QVC post 1881
A scarce brass overseas foreign service helmet pagri badge with two original dark toned loops to the reverse. The Hampshire Rose and Tiger to the centre of a laurel wreath bearing the title surmounted by an Imperial crown. Circa 6.5 cms tall. Gorgeous.
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Hampshire Regiment Victorian Other Ranks Field Service Cap Badge
A small brass cap badge with two original loops to the reverse, this pattern is not a collar badge but the regiment's first field-service cap badge worn in the1890s after the change from glengarry to field service. One of the few regiments that actually produced a badge specifically for this purpose, most used a collar dog. A Tiger on a more rounded ground than found on the collar badge of th... read more
The Royal Fusiliers Regiment (City of London Regiment) - Edwardian Pattern Imperial Crown Other Ranks Brass Cap Badge
Die struck cap badge with two original lugs to the reverse. Some twisting to lugs but still attached and functional. Some polishing to detail. King's crown. Worn circa 1904 - 1910. Worn with a slider thereafter.
K&K Vol 1 No 597 refers.
Victorian Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) Large Pattern QVC Issue Gilding Metal Cap Badge
A good scarce pre 1901 die stamped gilding metal example. Two original loops to the reverse. Some verdigris to the reverse of the grenade otherwise in superb condition with sharp detail.
K&K Vol 1 No 595 refers.
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Victorian QVC Devonshire Regiment Bi Metal Cap Badge
In very good condition with two original loops and four braising/ sweat holes to the reverse. Sharp detail.
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Victorian QVC Rifle Volunteer Regiments Generic Blackened Brass Pattern Glengarry Crown for wear above a HPC, post 1881
Blackened Brass crown (most of black has now worn off) but worn by a number of Vounteer Battalion Rifle Regiments for use as part of glengarry with helmet plate centre. One of two original staple loops to reverse. Some service wear but in overall good condition. I have a similar one in my collection which worn by the 4th VB DLI.
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The South Staffordshire Regiment ( 38th & 80th Foot) Victorian QVC Other Ranks Bi-metal Cap Badge
In very good condition with two original dark toned loops to the reverse. A gorgeous example.
K&K Vol 1 No 648 refers.
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Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians) Victorian / Edwardian issue Bi Metal Cap Badge - Lugs
Made from bi-metal and in good condition with two original lugs to the reverse and four sweat / brazing holes to the reverse. This is the earlier variety with straight scrolls and a broader coronet. Circa 4.3cm tall. In good condition.
K&K Vol 1 No 699 refers.
The Welsh Regiment (41st & 69th Foot) Victorian / Edwardian EdVII Issue Other Ranks Bi Metal Cap Badge
A superb example with sharp detail, braising / sweat hole to reverse and two original dark toned lugs.
In 1920 the spelling was changed to "Welch".
K&K Vol 1 No 653 refers.
Large White 15th Middlesex RVC / 14th London Regiment (London Scottish) Thistle Sporran Badge
A large cast badge with two original long screw posts to the reverse for fitting to the sporran. Circa 4.6cm tall and 42.2cm across (1 3/4 inches) In very good condition. Used as both a glengarry badge as well as a sporran badge. This pattern worn from 1880 according to Bloomer.
See MHS Bulletin pp32-33 Vol VI No 21 (August 1955) for illustration, size (1 3/4 inches) and use.... read more