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Indian Army 2nd Royal Lancers (Gardners Horse) head-dress badge

Indian Army 2nd Royal Lancers (Gardners Horse) head-dress badge

A good scarce post 1922 - 1947 Indian made die cast brass example. Two loops to the reverse. Taken from a gaunt example (feint naming still evident on this cast version). In very good condition.

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Code: 64166

30.00 GBP

WW2 5th Gurkha Rifles Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge

WW2 5th Gurkha Rifles Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge

Die cast in white metal with two original long dark toned loops to the reverse. In very good condition. Circa 27mm high and 32mm wide. As per item 5GR No D47 as illustrated in "insignia of the 5th Royal Gurkha Rifles (Frontier Force) as published by the Gurkha Museum. This pattern was worn from 1943 - 1947 on the general service cap and beret. Four battalions raised in WW2.

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Code: 64167

25.00 GBP

Indian Medical Service Officers Silver Plated & GIlt Cap Badge

Indian Medical Service Officers Silver Plated & GIlt Cap Badge

A pre 1947 cap badge, die cast and of two part construction, but blades neatly removed and replaced contemporaneously with a long slider. Looks to have been laquered.

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Code: 64168

30.00 GBP

WW2 Indian Signal Corps Bi Metal Cap Badge - Maker Named

WW2 Indian Signal Corps Bi Metal Cap Badge - Maker Named

Cast and made in India with maker's mark stamped on slider "Hatur Bihari & Bros Aligarh UP." In very good condition.

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Code: 64159

30.00 GBP

WW1 Indian Army  - 14th Ferozepore Sikhs Bi-Metal  Shoulder Title

WW1 Indian Army - 14th Ferozepore Sikhs Bi-Metal Shoulder Title

Bi-metal badge of two part construction and of UK manufacture in the form of the regimental number, '14', split between the Prince of Wales's feathers and coronet, with scrolls bearing his motto, 'Ich Dien', above a curved title, 'Sikhs'. With two original loops to the reverse. Worn 1906 - 1922. In very good condition. Most probably officer issue. Scarce.

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Code: 64148

55.00 GBP

WW2 Royal Indian Army Service Corps (RIASC)  Officers Bronze OSD Collar Badges

WW2 Royal Indian Army Service Corps (RIASC) Officers Bronze OSD Collar Badges

A closely matching pair of bronze collar badges with two original loops to the reverse of each and circa 3.1cms tall. In very good condition. Worn 1937 - 1947.

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Code: 64136

15.00 GBP

India - Army Remount Department Officers Die Cast Cap Badge - Gaunt

India - Army Remount Department Officers Die Cast Cap Badge - Gaunt

A die cast bronze example polished back to the brass with two original loops to the reverse and maker marked JR Gaunt London.

The Army Remount Department was formed in circa 1875 at Soharanpur but badges were not authorised until 1931 (Indian Dress Regulations 1931 para 179).

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Code: 64135

65.00 GBP

WW2 Womens Army Corps (India) Brass Shoulder Title, 1942-1947

WW2 Womens Army Corps (India) Brass Shoulder Title, 1942-1947

Brass shoulder title in the form of the unit initials 'WAC(I)' between straight bars with two original loops to the reverse. British made example.

The Women's Auxiliary Corps (India) was established in 1942 and performed similar duties to Britain's Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS). These included driving, clerical and cipher work and general services, such as ferrying supplie... read more

Code: 63525

25.00 GBP

Indian Army - 17th Dogra Regiment Cast Brass Cap Badge

Indian Army - 17th Dogra Regiment Cast Brass Cap Badge

A large king's crown cast cap badge with two original small loops to the reverse. Circa 5cm tall. In very good condition. Worn 1922 - 1947.

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Code: 63082

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Indian & Burma Army - Rangoon Volunteer Rifle Corps (Burma) Officer's Silver plated pagri badge

Indian & Burma Army - Rangoon Volunteer Rifle Corps (Burma) Officer's Silver plated pagri badge

Circa 4.7cm tall and 3.7cm wide, a silver plated (unmarked) die struck (British made) wheat sheaf badge with two original small silvered lugs to the reverse. In very good condition with sharp detail. Scarce.

The Rangoon Volunteer Rifle Corps were formed on 9th August 1878.
Cox No 2674 refers.

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Code: 60428

95.00 GBP