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3rd West York Light Infantry Militia Silver Plated Officer 's Large Pattern Button

3rd West York Light Infantry Militia Silver Plated Officer 's Large Pattern Button

Circa 22mm in diameter, fixed shank, maker marked W. Dowler, Superior Quality. In very good condition with some tarnishing to silver which will clean off with a light polish. This pattern may also have been worn by some West Yorkshire Rifle Volunteer Corps.

Ripley No 502 refers.

B47.3  read more

Code: 57611

20.00 GBP

Cheshire Regiment Officer's Gilt Brass Large Pattern Button

Cheshire Regiment Officer's Gilt Brass Large Pattern Button

Circa 25mm in diameter, fixed shank, maker marked JR Gaunt & Son, London. Gilt intact and in very good condition.

Comm VSR  read more

Code: 67633

8.00 GBP

South Africa Natal Carabineers Large Pattern Brass Button

South Africa Natal Carabineers Large Pattern Brass Button

Circa 24mm in diameter, fixed shank and decorative motif to reverse. In good condition, but with a scratch mark to the body of the horse.

H40.14  read more

Code: 64152

10.00 GBP

South African Northern Rhodesian Regiment Large Pattern Other Ranks Brass Button

South African Northern Rhodesian Regiment Large Pattern Other Ranks Brass Button

Circa 25mm in diameter, floating shank and maker marked Buttons Limited Birmingham. In very good condition. Worn circa 1933 - 1964.

H40.16  read more

Code: 64153

10.00 GBP

QVC Victorian Brigadiers / Full Colonels Mounted Gilt Epaulette Post Button

QVC Victorian Brigadiers / Full Colonels Mounted Gilt Epaulette Post Button

A rare fire gilt button in very good condition, circa 16mm in diameter, with added screw post for securing to the shoulder cords / epaulette. Retaining nut absent. Maker marked (Slightly obscured from solder which attached the post) Jennens & Co London. VR cypher in a garter strap, QVC Crown to top.

Ripley No 3 refers.

Comm GrSt  read more

Code: 66324

20.00 GBP

Devonshire Regiment Officer's Mess Dress Mounted Button, King's Crown

Devonshire Regiment Officer's Mess Dress Mounted Button, King's Crown

16mm in diameter, fixed shank, a flat gilt button with riveted silver plated mounted regimental device. Maker marked Pitt & Co, Maddox St, London. In very good condition. King's crown so pre 1951.

Ripley No 601 refers (but this is the King's Crown pattern).


Comm GrSt  read more

Code: 66321

10.00 GBP

Welsh / Welch Regiment Officer's Side Cap Mounted Button

Welsh / Welch Regiment Officer's Side Cap Mounted Button

A scarce small cap button, circa 13mm in diameter, fixed shank. Silver plate on gilt, semi-domed, maker marked Jennens & Co London. Pre 1912.

Ripley 627 refers.

Comm GrSt  read more

Code: 66323

10.00 GBP

Army Education Corps (AEC) Officers Silver Plated on Gilt Mounted Cap / Mess Dress Button

Army Education Corps (AEC) Officers Silver Plated on Gilt Mounted Cap / Mess Dress Button

A scarce officer's mounted button, circa 15mm in diameter, as worn no side cap and mess dress. Fixed shank and maker marked Pitt & Co, Maddox St, London. Some slight polish from service wear to high points otherwise in very good condition. Worn 1920 - 1946.

The Corps was raised in 1920 and became 'Royal' with a change of badge design in 1946.

Comm GrSt (149)  read more

Code: 66275

10.00 GBP

Royal Cheshire Militia Officers Silver Plated Large Pattern Button

Royal Cheshire Militia Officers Silver Plated Large Pattern Button

Circa 25mm in diameter, fixed shank, maker marked Jennens & Co, London. In super condition. This is unusual as it is neither identified as the 1st Cheshire or 2nd Cheshire Regiment, who wore this pattern but with the battalion numbers. Worn 1853 - 1881, when the regiments of militia of the county became the 3rd and 4th Battalions of the Cheshire Regiment respectively.

Ripley ...  read more

Code: 64937

24.00 GBP

East Yorkshire (formerly 15th Foot) Regiment Mess Waiter's Button

East Yorkshire (formerly 15th Foot) Regiment Mess Waiter's Button

A large button at 27mm in diameter, open backed with fixed shank and maker marked Firmin & Sons Ld, St Martins Lane, London. Some wear to silver plate, a small ding and some light staining to front otherwise in good condition. Circa 1894 - 1908 (with this address to the reverse). Scarce.

Comm DaMc (346)  read more

Code: 67178

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