Durham Light Infantry (DLI) Officer's Hallmarked Silver Collar Sized Badge
Die cast sterling silver with two original silver loops to the reverse. Circa 3cms wide and 3cms tall. Birmingham Hallmarks for 1946 (date letter W) and maker marked JRG & S (JR Gaunt & Sons, London). Most likely a collar but also facing correct way for wear on the cap or side cap. King's crown. In lovely condition with sharp detail.
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The Wiltshire Regiment Officers OSB Bronze Cap Badge - Blades - Gaunt
Die cast bronze with two original blades to the reverse and maker marked JR Gaunt London. Two part construction. Great colour with almost no wear. A very pleasing example.
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The Wiltshire Regiment Officers Silver and Gilt Small Field Service Cap Badge, pre 1954
Of two part construction with two original long (13mm) copper lugs. The cross is silver marked with the letter "(S)" and maker marked JR Gaunt London. Silver dark toned, gilt a little dull, but in very good condition.
As per Churchill No 1504 which is shown as worn as a collar badge as worn until 1954, but the lugs on the collars were circa 8mm long. An identical badge was w... read more
The Wiltshire Regiment Officers Silver and Gilt Small Field Service Cap Badge, post 1954
A good scarce post 1954 die cast unmarked silver plated example with two original silvered long (13mm) lugs to the reverse with applied gilt Duke of Edinburgh's cypher. Silver bright, but with some wear to the plate finish otherwise in good condition.
As per Churchill No 1505 which is shown as worn as a collar badge from 1954 until amalgamation, but the lugs on the collars were c... read more
10th Princess Marys Own Gurkha Rifles (10GR) Officers Silver Kilmarnock Cap Badge
A cast silver marked Kilmarnock cap badge with two original Indian style silver square lugs (north - south).
It has an ornate silver mark to reverse, but this looks cast rather than stamped. Circa 3.5cm tall and 4cm wide. In very good condition. Scarce.
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4th / 5th / 6th (Territorial) Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers (NF) Officers OSD Bronze Cap Badge - Blade
Die cast in bronze and of two piece construction, with fretted mount and scroll South Africa 1900 - 02 below. One of two original blades to the reverse, sadly one missing otherwise in very good condition. Worn 1908 - 1924 on the SD cap.
Col. D. Wood (2nd Edn) No 211 refers.
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56th Regiment of Foot (West Essex Regiment) Officer's Glengarry Badge
Worn from circa 1874 - 1881, a two-part riveted construction early glengarry with the castle in silver plate and the garter in gilt. Some dulling to gilt but detail is sharp. Original stout and functional pin fitting and C clasp to reverse. Circa 4.2cms wide and 5cms tall. A rare item.
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Royal Scots Fusiliers (RSF) Officers Kings Crown Gilt Glengarry Badge
A two part construction grenade with Royal Arms overlaid, with original long loops to reverse. Circa 1902 - 1952 issue with King's crown. Some service wear with slight bend to end of top flame, gilt finish dulled from service use and some light polishing to the coat of arms on the central shield and crown above. Otherwise in good overall condition.
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Scots Guards Officers Forage Cap Star Badge
A two-part constructed cap star silver plated and gilt with green translucent enamel to centre and an original stout pin and C clasp fitting to the rear. Circa 5cms across. Worn on the Glengarry and Balmoral cap. An early example with some dulling to gilt and silver plate dark toned otherwise in very good condition.
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Gurkha Regiments Officers Red Cord Boss
Useful. In very good condition. As worn on the Khaki peaked cap and forage cap by 2GR. Circa 3cm in diameter and 2cm tall. Last one I have.
It could also serve as formation commanders collar badge as per BoBD no 361.
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