A pair of Victorian bi-metal collar badges each with two original loops to reverse. Not quite matching, but close enough for display. Signs of service wear but in good condition.
Circa 3.2cm tall with two original loops to the reverse (not very well aligned), quite crudely cast to reverse, possibly lacquered but otherwise in very good condition.
These look like a reasonable facing pair from the front, but one is die struck bronze and the other is die struck. Each with two original loops to the reverse. King's crown, worn 1902 -1922. In very good condition.
A matched pair of heavy semi die cast white metal (possibly unmarked low grade silver - untested) officer's collar badges with two original loops to the reverse of each. In very good condition.
A pair of bi-metal colour badges, not an exact colour match but in all other respects they display well together and each has two original dark toned lugs to the reverse of each. King's crown and only worn for a couple of years (1902 - 1904). This regiment had a rapidly changing series of cap badges post 1904 until it settled on the all white metal pattern. In very good condition and scarce.
A facing pair of die struck white metal cap badges with two original dark toned loops to the reverse of each. Line cavalry collar badges approved in 1898 - 1899. This design not popular and quickly replaced by the running long horse variety. Not clear if ever issued for other ranks. Facing but not matching.
Final photo shows the collar badge on the left next to the larger 1st pattern NCO arm badge separately listed below.
On hold for PG
Die cast, two part construction with two original long loops to the reverse. Each circa 4.3cm wide. In very good condition. Not an exact match but display really well together. This pattern worn 1920 - 1956. Scarce.
A single bi-metal pair of collar badge to the 7th Queens Own Hussars. With one original large central loop to the reverse.
Churchill & Westlake No 20 refers.
An early single bi-metal collar badges with two original dark toned loops to reverse. Signs of minor service wear but in good condition. King's crown. 1902 - 1922.
Churchill & Westlake No 10 refers.
Two original dark toned lugs, slightly flattened for comfort when wearing but still functional. Flat topped Victorian crown. Good condition with sharp detail. Pre 1902.
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