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Motor Machine Gun Service (MMG) Brass Shoulder Title

Motor Machine Gun Service (MMG) Brass Shoulder Title

A large brass shoulder title with two original hexagonal style loops to the reverse. Minor service wear otherwise in very good condition. Scarce.

The creation of the MGC in October 1915 incorporated the Motor Machine Gun Service, which now became known as the Machine Gun Corps (Motors). At this time the MGC(M) had around 3000 men.

From late 1916, many men of the MGC(M) transferred to the Heavy Section, MGC (later to be known as the Tank Corps). In 1922, the Tank Corps absorbed the MGC(M) completely and the Motor Machine guns units disappeared from the British army's order of battle.

Westlake No 387 refers.

Comm FB

Code: 62950

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Large LS - pair of Lovat Scouts Yeomanry Brass Shoulder Titles

Large LS - pair of Lovat Scouts Yeomanry Brass Shoulder Titles

A good pair. Each circa 2cm tall and 3.1cm wide with two original hexagonal fixings to the reverse. In good condition, great match from front, one brighter to reverse and slight twisting to one fixing.

Westlake No 357 refers.

F35/G151.2

Code: 62928

55.00 GBP


Large Pattern BAYS 2nd Dragoon Guards Brass Shoulder Title on Backing Plate

Large Pattern BAYS 2nd Dragoon Guards Brass Shoulder Title on Backing Plate

With two original hexagonal lugs to the reverse and still secured to its original vented backing plate, some signs of service wear and could do with a light clean. Worn from 1921 onwards by other ranks. Circa 4.6cm wide and 1.6cm tall excluding backing plate. Scarce.

Coll

Westlake No 30 refers (this is the variety with the gap at the bottom of the A)

C3.7

Code: 58132

12.00 GBP


KEH / KODR King Edwards Horse / The Kings Overseas Dominions Regiment Brass Shoulder Title

KEH / KODR King Edwards Horse / The Kings Overseas Dominions Regiment Brass Shoulder Title

A brass shoulder title for the 1st King Edward's Horse / The King's Overseas Dominions Regiment, with two original loop fastenings. As worn from 1910 until disbanded in 1924. Scarce.

During WW1 the Regiment was broken up serving in a variety of roles in France and Italy. Some became mounted orderlies and KODR became the 'King's Own Despatch Riders' to the jeers of the infantry.

Westlake No 204 refers

G133.1

Code: 62788

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WW2 North Irish Horse (NIH) RAC Brass Shoulder Title

WW2 North Irish Horse (NIH) RAC Brass Shoulder Title

Large title with two original loops to the reverse.

Reformed in 1939 from a "one man regiment" and transferred to Royal Armoured Corps. Equipped with Churchills and then Sherman tanks. Landed in Algiers as part of the Tunisian Campaign in 1943 and then fought on up through Italy.

Westlake No 203 refers.

G84.7

Code: 62429

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DG Dragoon Guards Early Other Ranks Brass Shoulder Title, Pre WW1

DG Dragoon Guards Early Other Ranks Brass Shoulder Title, Pre WW1

Worn by Dragoon Guard Regiments with a separate matching brass numeral above, 1 to 7 as appropriate. In very good condition. Circa 3cm wide and 2.8cm tall. Worn 1900 - 1913.
Scarce.

Westlake No 4 refers.

G93

Code: 62534

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KEH / KODR King Edwards Horse / The Kings Overseas Dominions Regiment Brass Shoulder Title with brass backing plate

KEH / KODR King Edwards Horse / The Kings Overseas Dominions Regiment Brass Shoulder Title with brass backing plate


A brass shoulder title for the 1st King Edward's Horse /The King's Overseas Dominions Regiment, with two original loop fastenings. As worn from 1910 until disbanded in 1924. Complete with cotter pin and backing plate. Scarce.

During WW1 the Regiment was broken up serving in a variety of roles in France and Italy. Some became mounted orderlies and KODR became the 'King's Own Despatch Riders' to the jeers of the infantry.

Westlake No 204 refers

G81.3

Code: 62360

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19th Royal Hussars (Queen Alexandra's Own) Other Ranks Brass Shoulder Title

19th Royal Hussars (Queen Alexandra's Own) Other Ranks Brass Shoulder Title


Brass with two original hexagonal fixings to the reverse. Some twisting to fixings, still fully functional. otherwise in good condition. Pre 1922.

Westlake No 176 refers.

G48.4

Code: 62065

25.00 GBP


WW1 - The Welsh (Yeomanry) Horse (Lancers) Bronze Shoulder Title

WW1 - The Welsh (Yeomanry) Horse (Lancers) Bronze Shoulder Title


A die struck bronze shoulder title with two original hexagonal fixings to the reverse. In very good condition.

The unit was a war raised unit raised in South Wales in August 1914 and had effectively ceased to exist by 1917 as it was amalgamated with the Montgomeryshire Yeomanry.

Westlake No 361 refers.

G48.5

Code: 62025

35.00 GBP


SRY (Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry) Pair of Officers Brass Shoulder Titles

SRY (Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry) Pair of Officers Brass Shoulder Titles


An almost matched pair with two original loops to the reverse of each. Very slight colour variation. Worn from 1952 onwards. In excellent condition. Other Ranks wore a larger pattern (see Westlake No 223).

Westlake No 222 refers.

G26.2

Code: 61838

30.00 GBP