A heavy and quality die struck other ranks collar badge of two part construction with applied brass coronet. The condition is very good with two dark toned original lugs (east west) and large sweat / braising / expansion hole to the reverse. It is circa 3.3cm tall and 3.6cm wide. As worn by 3rd Dragoon Guards, 10th Royal Hussars, 12th Lancers (pre 1903) and Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry.
Single rib / string linking the fleur de lis on the coronet.
Die struck with two original copper loops to the reverse (n-s). Circa 3.1cm tall and 2.9cm wide. In very good condition.
Possibly Wiltshire Yeomanry, Ceylon Light Infantry, etc. etc.
A facing pair of bi-metal collar badges each with strong single central loop to the reverse. A close rather than an exact match. In very good condition.
A facing and matched pair of bi-metal collar badges to the 8th Kings royal Irish Hussars with equal wear. Both with two original loops to the reverse. Some heavy polishing and loss of definition to the brass crowns - clearly a very smart trooper!
Churchill & Westlake No 21 refers.
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 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.
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.
A facing pair of die struck white metal collar badges each with two original loops to reverse. In very good condition.
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.
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