WW1 Canada - 9th Lloydminster Mounted Rifles (Saskatchewan) Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Cap Badge
Blackened brass cap badge with two original loops to the reverse, these are squashed but still functional and otherwise in very good condition.
Cox No 320 refers.
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WW1 Canada - 97th Toronto Americans Ontario Battalion CEF Canadian Expeditionary Force Cap Badge
Die struck pickled brass cap badge with two original loops to the reverse. Maker marked Geo H Lees & Co / Ellis Bros. Some service wear otherwise in good condition. Acta non Verba scroll variant (motto translates as 'Deeds not Words'). Seems to be harder to find than the version with "Toronto Americans" on the scroll.
Charlton 97B page 151 / Cox 956 refer.
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WW1 Canada - 40th Halifax Nova Scotia Battalion CEF Canadian Expeditionary Force Battalion Cap Badge - Inglis
Die cast browning copper badge with two original loops to the reverse. Maker marked R J Inglis. In superb condition. See my item 66352 for a matching collar badge.
Charlton p65 / Cox No 514 refer.
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WW1 Canada - 164th CEF Halton & Dufferin Infantry Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force Collar Badge
A pickled brass collar badge with two original loops to the reverse. Maker marked Geo H Lees & Co and dated 1915. In good condition, some service wear and slight loss of detail from polishing.
See also my item 66879 for the cap badge to this Battalion.
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WW1 Canada - 164th CEF Halton & Dufferin Infantry Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force Cap Badge
Pickled bronze cap badge with two original loops to the reverse (some bending with service wear but fully functional). Maker marked Geo H Lees & Co and dated 1915. In very good condition.
Cox 685 / Charlton p244 refer.
See also my item 66878 for a collar badge to this Battalion.
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WW1 Canada - 196th British Columbia Western Universities Infantry Battalion CEF Canadian Expeditionary Force Cap Badge - Tangs
Die struck browning copper cap badge with all original horizontal pointed split-tangs intact and in good order and maker marked O.B. Allan. In superb condition. Note the coat of arms motif which appears in the centre of the badge is the design there can be found the university crests of the 4 universities in western Canada at the time.
Cox 723 / Charlton p285 refer.
Canadian Militia - 50th Battalion (The Gordon Highlanders of Canada) White Metal Glengarry Badge
A die struck white metal example with two original loops, but these have both been split open on the apex of each one, not quite sure why but still functional and otherwise in good condition. Sold as seen, no returns on this item. Worn 1913 - 1920 only.
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Canada - Inter Wars Canadian 1st Pattern The Lorne Rifles Glengarry Badge
A large and impressive die struck white metal (looks silver plated) glengarry badge with two original copper loops and cotter pin. Circa 7.7cms tall. Sharp detail with no damage. Worn 1931 - 1936 only. Simply gorgeous and Rare.
Bloomer "Scottish Regimental Badges 1793 - 1971" No 400 refers.
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Canadian Militia 98th Regiment (Kenora Light Infantry) Brass Cap / Collar Badge
In good condition with two original loops (some bending). Circa 3.9cms tall. Worn Circa 1910.
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Canadian Militia 9th Regiment Pair of White Metal Collar Badges, circa 1900 - 1920
In good condition with two original loops to the reverse of each (some bending). The motto force a superbe mercy a foible belongs to the Quebec Voltigeurs.
Les Voltigeurs de Québec originated in Quebec City, Quebec on 7 March 1862 as The 9th Battalion Volunteer Militia Rifles, Canada (or "'Voltigeurs of Quebec'"). It was redesignated the 9th Regiment Voltigeurs de Québec on 8 M... read more