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QVC Victorian New Zealand Regular Forces Artillery Brass Helmet Plate

QVC Victorian New Zealand Regular Forces Artillery Brass Helmet Plate

In superb condition with three of three original dark toned loops to the reverse. All fiddly bits present and correct with sharp detail and in a lovely yellow brass finish. A cracker.

Oldham No 3/22 refers.

Comm DaSm  read more

Code: 67466

Reserved

New Zealand Engineers Other Ranks Gilding Metal Cap Badge - Gaunt Tablet

New Zealand Engineers Other Ranks Gilding Metal Cap Badge - Gaunt Tablet

A die struck cap badge with two original loops to the reverse and maker's tablet JR Gaunt London (upside down). In good condition overall condition but with a touch of verdigris to the front and reverse. Circa 4cms tall and 2.5cms in diameter.

Comm DaMc (159)  read more

Code: 66023

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WW1 New Zealand (NZ)  Third Pattern Machine Gunners / Signallers / Specialists Reinforcements Brass Gilding Metal Cap Badge

WW1 New Zealand (NZ) Third Pattern Machine Gunners / Signallers / Specialists Reinforcements Brass Gilding Metal Cap Badge

A yellow gilt brass metal die struck cap badge with two flat connector style loops to the reverse. Circa 5cms tall. Not as well struck as it could have been and silver solder to lugs (possibly contemporary replacements as this is usually found with flat hexagonal lugs). RD no 875 to front on either side of the NZ. Worn with correspondingly small collar badges.

The specialists...  read more

Code: 64300

85.00 GBP

WW1 New Zealand (NZ) 5th Mounted Rifles (Otago Hussars) Brass Gilding Metal Cap Badge, 2nd Pattern

WW1 New Zealand (NZ) 5th Mounted Rifles (Otago Hussars) Brass Gilding Metal Cap Badge, 2nd Pattern

A large die struck badge with two original loops to the reverse. Worn circa 1911 - 1921.

Oldham No 5/36 refers.

Comm BoHa (148)  read more

Code: 64302

30.00 GBP

New Zealand Staff Corps Brass Fern Collar Badge

New Zealand Staff Corps Brass Fern Collar Badge

Circa 5cms wide and 2.6cms tall with two original loops to the reverse.

Comm Boha (128)  read more

Code: 64192

25.00 GBP

WW2 RNZAF Royal New Zealand Air Force Brass Cap Badge

WW2 RNZAF Royal New Zealand Air Force Brass Cap Badge

Die struck in brass gilding metal with two original loops to the reverse. Brass dark toned and touch of verdigris to right side otherwise in good condition. King's Crown.

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Code: 66544

32.00 GBP

WW1 New Zealand - 10th Regiment (North Otago Rifles) Other Ranks Brass Cap Badge

WW1 New Zealand - 10th Regiment (North Otago Rifles) Other Ranks Brass Cap Badge

Cap and Collars were the same in terms of finsh, design and size. Only the slider differentiates this from the collar badges. In good condition with original slider.

Oldham No 6/101 refers.

Comm DaMc (158)  read more

Code: 66127

20.00 GBP

New Zealand  - 4th Otago Regiment Gilding Metal Cap Badge

New Zealand - 4th Otago Regiment Gilding Metal Cap Badge

Voided brass gilding metal example with original broad slider to the reverse. In great condition. Worn from 1911 - 1921.

Oldham No 6/137 / Cox 2931 refers.

Comm BoHa (360)  read more

Code: 67033

40.00 GBP

WW1 New Zealand - Returned Soldiers Silver Lapel Pin Badge Brooch - Attributed with Papers

WW1 New Zealand - Returned Soldiers Silver Lapel Pin Badge Brooch - Attributed with Papers

In very good condition, stamped silver, with original and fully functional pin fittings and the recipient's army service number stamped to the front "65975". There is also a brass loop for the attachment of a safety chain.

The item is attributed to Sergeant Albert David Hallamore, 1st Battalion The Otago Regiment, who embarked from NZ for Scotland in 1917, served in France fro...  read more

Code: 66880

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WW1 New Zealand Expeditionary Force - 25th Reinforcements Facing Brass Collar Badges

WW1 New Zealand Expeditionary Force - 25th Reinforcements Facing Brass Collar Badges

A pair of die struck facing brass (now dark toned) collar badges. Not quite matching but close. Both with two hexagonal lugs to the reverse of each, although on one these have been bent inwards to make them less prominent. Circa 3.2cm tall. Scarce.

Oldham (2011 edition) No 4/123 refers.

B57.4  read more

Code: 57941

70.00 GBP

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