With all four original loops. This pattern has a different pattern Britannia (slimmer and with the right arm raised) as worn from 1902 until 1914 as the Helmet Plate Centre. The earlier pattern (worn until 1902 had Britannia's right arm resting on her knee and she is not so slim - but you can tell her!).
K&K Vol 1 No 367 refers.
Complete with its four original loops and of two part construction with a white metal rose to the centre. one pin hole in the thick dark green (almost black) backing cloth. HPC very good condition.
It is interesting to note that this is one of the very few HPCs with the laurel-sprays on the circlet on account of the length of the title.
K&K Vol 1 No 343 refers.
A Durham LI helmet plate centre (HPC) with separate Victorian crown above. Four out of four original staple loops to reverse of HPC, and two original 2 staple style loops to reverse of the crown. Worn in this combination circa 1881-1895 on the glengarry.
K&K Vol 1 Nos 350, 415 and 288 refer.
Die struck brass glengarry badge with two original dark toned loops to the reverse. The Arms of the Province of Munster to the centre. In very good condition with sharp detail.
K&K Vol 1 No 971 refers.
In good condition with all four original staple style loops present to reverse. Dark toned loops. Worn 1881 - 1914 on the Helmet Plate Centre and on the Glengarry until 1895. Bright cleaned to front.
With two of four original loops remaining otherwise in very good condition. Worn 1881 - 1914 on the Helmet Plate Centre and on the Glengarry until 1895. This one modified for wear on the Glengarry.
K&K Vol 1 Nos 350 &415 refer.
Glengarry crown with two original staple loops, backing plate and HPC. All loops dark toned and matching in colour. The HPC with three of four original staple loops to reverse. top loop has been neatly removed with what appears to be its original red backing cloth, a bit mothed, otherwise in very good condition. This configuration as worn on the Glengarry until 1895. A smart looking glengarry.
K&K Vol 1 No 305 refers.
E31.9 / G48.3
Similar in size to the Victorian Glengarry crown as worn above a helmet plate centre (HPC), but on two brass tabs instead of lugs and additional detail on the torse. Circa 27mm across and 25mm tall. In very good condition.
A post 1881 Sergeant's 'forage cap' cap badge. Die stamped flaming grenade; the ball bearing Sphinx over "Egypt" in laurel wreath. Two original dark toned loops to the reverse. Slightly misshapen and a bit of loss of detail from polishing otherwise in good condition. Circa 6.7cm tall.
Die struck brass racoon-skin fur cap grenade badge with two original long brass loops to the reverse. The Arms of the Province of Munster to the centre. In good condition with slight polishing to highpoints.
K&K Vol 1 No 957 refers.
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