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13th Regiment of Foot (1st Somersetshire) Shako Plate (circa 1869 - 78)

13th Regiment of Foot (1st Somersetshire) Shako Plate (circa 1869 - 78)


An original Victorian QVC shako plate for the 13th Regiment of Foot (1st Somersetshire). This is the last pattern variety of the badge dating circa 1869 - 1878. In good condition complete with original dark toned lugs.

Comm SiSa (14)

Code: 63431

165.00 GBP


Irish - Victorian 88th Foot / Connaught Rangers Brass Pagri / Sun Helmet Badge

Irish - Victorian 88th Foot / Connaught Rangers Brass Pagri / Sun Helmet Badge

A quality heavy yellow brass die struck badge with three original long and toned loops to the reverse. Vendor stated it was worn by Connaught Rangers as a pagri / sun helmet badge until 1881 (as the 88th Foot). In lovely condition with sharp detail. Circa 5.8cm wide and 5.2cm tall.

G176.3

Code: 63328

325.00 GBP


103rd Royal Bombay Fusiliers (later 2nd Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers) Other Ranks Brass Waist Belt Clasp, 1861 - 1881

103rd Royal Bombay Fusiliers (later 2nd Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers) Other Ranks Brass Waist Belt Clasp, 1861 - 1881

A scarce heavy yellow brass other ranks WBC but rather crudely made, poorly fitting and badly cast. Despite this, a rare survivor as officers' versions were private purchase. If nothing else, it could serve as a gap filler until you can find a better one (if ever!).

Comm RoHa (B1)

Code: 63064

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22nd Foot (The Cheshire Regiment) Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Badge

22nd Foot (The Cheshire Regiment) Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Badge

An original 1874 - 1881 pre Territorial Glengarry badge, die struck in yellow brass with two original brass loops to the reverse, mounted east-west. In very good condition.

K&K Vol 1 No 455 refers

D80.3

Code: 60662

95.00 GBP


The Rifle Brigade Large Pattern Blackened Brass Glengarry Badge, Circa 1874 -  1881

The Rifle Brigade Large Pattern Blackened Brass Glengarry Badge, Circa 1874 - 1881

Blackened die stuck brass with two original brass loops to the reverse. In very good condition with sharp detail and only minor wear to blackened finish.

Out of the series of numbered territorial regiment glengarry badges, this is the odd one out as it looked very much like the badge to follow with the re-organisation post 1881 into county regiments, with the exception that its antecedent was struck in white metal.

K&K Vol 1 No 588 refers.

F59.3

Code: 61061

85.00 GBP


28th Foot (1st Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment / Glosters) Large Pattern Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Badge

28th Foot (1st Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment / Glosters) Large Pattern Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Badge

An original 1874 - 1881 pre Territorial Glengarry badge, die struck in a gorgeous yellow brass with two original brass loops to the reverse, mounted north / south. One of the nicest examples I have ever seen.

K&K Vol 1 No 466 refers.

D80.3

Code: 60350

75.00 GBP


16th Regiment of Foot (Bedfordshire) Other Ranks First Pattern Pre 1881 Glengarry Cap Badge

16th Regiment of Foot (Bedfordshire) Other Ranks First Pattern Pre 1881 Glengarry Cap Badge

A die struck yellow brass pre territorial first pattern glengarry badge with two original east - west BRASS loops to the reverse. A thickly struck badge with no damage and good detail. Roman numerals for 16 to centre of a multi-rayed crowned star bearing a maltese cross and a wreath of laurel with s a strap "Bedfordshire". Worn from 1874 until replaced by the smaller example more usually encountered (No 445). Simply gorgeous example.

K&K Vol No 1 No 444 refers.

G161.4

Code: 62911

155.00 GBP


British Indian. 105th (Madras Light Infantry) Regiment, OR’s glengarry badge and matched facing collar badges  circa 1874-1881

British Indian. 105th (Madras Light Infantry) Regiment, OR’s glengarry badge and matched facing collar badges circa 1874-1881

105th (Madras Light Infantry) Regiment, OR’s glengarry badge and matched facing collar badges set, worn circa 1874/6-1881. A good die-stamped gilt example of all three. Crowned coiled bugle horn; lined ‘105’ to voided centre. Brass lugs East and West to badge. (K&K Vol 1 , No 582). Collar badges are fitted with two original copper lugs, East and West (Chruchill No 1388 refers, 2nd pattern variety as worn 1876 - 1881 only).

In 1861 the 2nd Madras (European) Regiment was transferred to the British Establishment as the 105th (Madras Light Infantry) Regiment, becoming the 2nd Battalion, The King’s Own Light Infantry (South Yorkshire Regiment) in 1881. An attractive but scarce set.

Code: 55227

145.00 GBP


95th Foot (The Sherwood Foresters ( Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Badge

95th Foot (The Sherwood Foresters ( Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Badge


An original 1874 - 1881 pre Territorial Glengarry badge, die struck in a coppery brass with two original brass loops to the reverse, mounted east-west. In good condition with sharp detail.

K&K Vol 1 No 570 refers.

D80.3

Code: 60661

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84th Foot (2nd Battalion The York & Lancaster Regiment) Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Badge

84th Foot (2nd Battalion The York & Lancaster Regiment) Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Badge


An original 1874 - 1881 pre Territorial Glengarry badge, die struck in yellow brass with two original brass loops to the reverse, mounted north / south. The Fox copies had loops mounted east / west. A Good stiff badge, nicely struck and original to the period.

Ivan Machin A Guide to the Badges of the York & Lancaster Regiment 1822 - 1968 Fig 31 / Pages 35-36 refer (he also confirms the lug configuration).

K&K Vol 1 No 555 refers.

D80.3

Code: 60342

SOLD