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Royal Fusiliers Other Ranks Fusilier Cap Large Gilding Metal Grenade, Post 1902

Royal Fusiliers Other Ranks Fusilier Cap Large Gilding Metal Grenade, Post 1902

A king's crown brass badge to the Royal Fusiliers. With two original long loops to the reverse. In good condition. Circa 9.2cm long. Worn circa 1902 - 1914.

K&K Vol 1, No 947 refers.

H6.1

Code: 63337

40.00 GBP


The Northumberland Fusiliers Victorian Other Ranks Gilding Metal Glengarry Badge, 1881 - 1893

The Northumberland Fusiliers Victorian Other Ranks Gilding Metal Glengarry Badge, 1881 - 1893

Die struck with two (replacement) loops to the reverse. In good condition overall, replacement loops reflected in price. Worn 1881 -1893 only.

Col D R Wood No 125 refers.
K&K Vol 1 No 961 refers.

D80.3

Code: 63264

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Royal Irish Fusiliers Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Grenade Badge, Post 1903

Royal Irish Fusiliers Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Grenade Badge, Post 1903

Captured French Eagle on tablet inscribed 8, no circle or title. This pattern sealed 1903. Two original dark toned loops to the reverse. In very good condition with sharp detail. Circa 7.7cm tall.

K&K Vol 1 no 970 refers.

Comm RoHa

Code: 63063

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Victorian QVC Infantry Regiments Generic Brass Pattern Glengarry Crown for wear above a HPC, post 1881

Victorian QVC Infantry Regiments Generic Brass Pattern Glengarry Crown for wear above a HPC, post 1881

Brass crown for use as part of glengarry with helmet plate centre. Two original wire loops to reverse. Some service wear but good condition.

Helmet plate centres were worn on the Glengarry until 1896 with a brass crown above, sometimes worn separately rather than joined to the HPC and often held together with a brass backing plate. This stand-alone crown is in lovely condition with two original staple style loops to the reverse.

K&K Vol 1 No 288 refers.

G172.4

Code: 62976

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Victorian QVC Infantry Regiments Generic Brass Pattern Glengarry Crown for wear above a HPC, post 1881

Victorian QVC Infantry Regiments Generic Brass Pattern Glengarry Crown for wear above a HPC, post 1881

Brass crown for use as part of glengarry with helmet plate centre. Two original wire loops to reverse. Some service wear but good condition.

Helmet plate centres were worn on the Glengarry until 1896 with a brass crown above, sometimes worn separately rather than joined to the HPC and often held together with a brass backing plate. This stand-alone crown is in lovely condition with two original staple style loops to the reverse.

K&K Vol 1 No 288 refers.

G172.3

Code: 62970

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Victorian QVC Infantry Regiments Generic Brass Pattern Glengarry Crown for wear above a HPC, post 1881

Victorian QVC Infantry Regiments Generic Brass Pattern Glengarry Crown for wear above a HPC, post 1881

Brass crown for use as part of glengarry with helmet plate centre. Two original wire loops to reverse. Some service wear but good condition.

Helmet plate centres were worn on the Glengarry until 1896 with a brass crown above, sometimes worn separately rather than joined to the HPC and often held together with a brass backing plate. This stand-alone crown is in lovely condition with two original staple style loops to the reverse.

K&K Vol 1 No 288 refers.

G172.2

Code: 62945

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The Royal Welsh Fusiliers ( RWF) Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Grenade Badge

The Royal Welsh Fusiliers ( RWF) Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Grenade Badge

A die struck brass glengarry badge with two original brass loops to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes, coronet and motto Ich Dien. Some polishing to high points and some misshaping from service wear to bottom left edge otherwise in good condition.

K&K Vol 1 No 967 refers.
D80.4

Code: 59312

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The Welsh Regiment FIRST PATTERN Bi-Metal Helmet Plate Centre (HPC)

The Welsh Regiment FIRST PATTERN Bi-Metal Helmet Plate Centre (HPC)

With three original loops (longer central loop removed, some squeezing to the others) otherwise in very good condition. Worn 1881 - 1902 on the Helmet Plate Centre and, until 1895, on the Glengarry.

There is a variation in the welsh spelling on the motto scroll between the first pattern and the later second pattern worn from 1902 - 1914. The first pattern the spelling is "na" and in the later second pattern this word is spelt "neu". This is the NA version.

K&K Vol 1 No 332 refers.



D80.1

Code: 59329

18.00 GBP


Irish - The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Grenade Badge

Irish - The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Other Ranks Brass Glengarry Grenade Badge

Die struck brass glengarry badge with two original dark toned loops to the reverse. The Castle of Inniskilling to the centre. In very good condition with sharp detail.

K&K Vol 1 No 968 refers.

D80.4

Code: 60197

50.00 GBP


Royal Scots Fusiliers (RSF)  Victorian Other Ranks Racoon Skin Cap Grenade Badge

Royal Scots Fusiliers (RSF) Victorian Other Ranks Racoon Skin Cap Grenade Badge

A large brass racoon skin cap badge to the Royal Scots Fusiliers, pre 1902, with two original long loops to the reverse. Circa 9cm tall. A good stiff badge with sharp detail, some service wear to lugs. Note the Victorian crown.

K&K Vol 1 No 949 refers.

Code: 60194

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