A complex subject to work out and possibly not right, but this is the order in which the badges in this section have been laid out. New stock will only appear in this section "Cavalry - 1914 Yeomanry Cap Badges " so check back regularly.
1. Royal Wiltshire
3. Yorkshire Hussars
4. Sherwood Rangers
9. Yorkshire Dragoons
11. North Somerset
12. Duke of Lancaster's
15. South Notts
17. Westmorland & Cumberland
19. East Kent
28. Royal 1st Devon
30. North Devon
32. West Kent
33. West Somerset
36. Lothians & Border
38. Lancashire Hussars
40. Fife & Forfar
45. City of London ( Rough Riders)
46. 2nd County of London ( Westminster )
47. 3rd County of London (Sharpshooters)
50. King Edward 's Horse
2nd King Edward 's Horse
51. North of Ireland
52. South of Ireland
54. East Riding of Yorkshire
55. Lovat's Scouts
56. Scottish Horse
57. Welsh Horse
58. Inns of Court OTC
Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry Hussars Bi-Metal Cap Badge, with large braising hole behind crown and with two original lugs to the reverse. Die struck with good sharp detail. 37mm wide and 33mm tall. A lovely example.
The most senior regiment of yeomanry, raised in 1794 and granted the title Royal for service in the civil riots of 1830. The Prince of Wales' plumes and motto in w/m with brass commemorated their escort to the Prince of Wales in 1863 when he visited the county.
This unit was 1st in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1794.
K&K Vol 1 No 1407 refers.
Scarce bronzed (polished to a brighter finish) other rank 's cap badge with original slider stamped Tiptaft, B'ham. Good condition, looks to have been lacquered.
This unit was 2nd in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1794.
A very attractive badge In good condition with sharp detail and a single sweat / braising hole just visible behind the original slider which is attached to the rear of the brass coronet. Worn pre 1956.
This unit was 3rd in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1794.
Strung brass bugle horn as worn by this unit until 1949. With two original loops to the reverse. Circa 4.3cm tall. In very good condition.
This unit was 4th in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1794.
The final photo shows it for comparison purposes against the later beret pattern which is circa 3.4cm tall (listed as item 62289).
A die struck white metal cap badge with original slider. The design is the Stafford Knot with a King 's crown above. In very good condition with sharp detail. Worn until 1967. A brass version also exists. Became part of the Queen 's Own Mercian Yeomanry.
This unit was 5th in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1794.
K&K Vol 1, No 1413 refers.
This unit was 6th in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1795.
K&K Vol 2 No 2309 refers.
Currently out of stock.
This is the version with the small lettering of the word "of" between 'Earl' and ' Carrick'. original and long slider to reverse. Sharp detail with no damage. Nicely stamped out beard or goattie and correctly sized 'I' in Carrick.
This unit was 7th in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1803.
K&K (Vol2) No 2299 refers.
A stunning die struck gilding brass metal cap badge with original slider to the reverse. Scroll below " Cheshire ( Earl of Chester 's ) Yeomanry". Sharp detail.
This unit was 8th in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1803.
K&K Vol 1 No 1419 refers.
Strong original slider. Circa 4.2cm tall. Very slight polishing to detail on the crown otherwise in good condition.
This unit was 9th in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1803.
K&K Vol 1 No 1420
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