Circa 5.5cm tall and 5.5cm wide, large king's crown rank badge, woven white on padded khaki . Removed from uniform with some service wear. Warrant Officer Class 3 was introduced in 1938 and suspended in 1940, although those authorised to wear it continued to do so.
Padded arm badge with white and brown thread on khaki background. Good condition. Circa 6.5cm wide and 4.5cm tall.
A dark green (almost black) cord boss. Useful. In very good condition.
Rifle green backings. One large (circa 2.7cm square), and two smaller, slightly padded ones (circa 2cm square). Removed from uniform but in good condition.
A kings crown rank crown with red velvet backing (faded) held in by its original brass backing plate and fixings. In very good condition. Circa 2,6cm tall and 2.6cm wide.
A small rank crown with red velvet backing held in by its original brass backing plate and fixings. Some wear to black finish on highpoints otherwise in very good condition. Circa 2.4cm wide and 1.9cm tall.
I am not absolutely sure as to what these are, I feel I should know but cannot find a reference for them - Militia / Volunteer Rank Crown?. Matching, die struck with two original brass loops to the reverse of each. One very small crack to the bottom rim of one of them otherwise both in very good condition. Circa 3.5cm wide and 3cm tall.
As worn by Tactics & Weapon Training Instructors and Rifle Marksmen, fitted with four press studs. This pattern was worn by 6th, 7th and 10th Gurkhas. In very good condition.
An attractive pipers badge of the Royal Irish Rangers, in unissued condition.
The Royal Irish Rangers (27th (Inniskilling), 83rd and 87th) was a regular infantry regiment of the British Army with a relatively short existence, formed in 1968 and later merged with the Ulster Defence Regiment in 1992 to form the Royal Irish Regiment.
Edward & Langley No 9C refers. Current pattern. Gilt finish dulled from service wear, with four original loops to the reverse. In good condition.
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