A fine and scarce gilt flaming grenade with silver plate Inniskilling castle overlay with scroll below. Two long loops to the reverse for wear in the cap. Some dulling to gilt and bending to loops otherwise in good condition. Circa 3.7cm tall.
A very fine looking cap badge of two part construction with two original loops to the reverse. Red velvet backing to crown. Became Royal in 1946 but this pattern was worn until 1949. In great condition with no damage to enamels. Stunning. Circa 47mm tall.
A stunning die cast and heavy quality two part riveted construction cap badge with two original long silvered loops to the reverse. A slight solder run from grenade over top of the word "The" otherwise in very good condition.
A stunning gilt shako plate, not recorded in Kipling & King. It has two original fixing loops to the reverse and one set of the two long fixing wires remaining located behind the crown. Due to damage to one star tip on the left (battle honour Salamanca), this item has been professionally repaired otherwise in superb condition with minimal wear to gilt (one small spot of wear to left laurel spray at about 10 o'clock). Also note a slight bruise impact fold to bottom star tip. A rare item.
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A magnificent two piece construction collar badge, 3.1cm tall and 3cm wide. Two original lugs to reverse. In excellent condition with sharp detail.
Churchill No 1449 refers.
In unissued condition but with some traces of glue and paper stuck to reverse backing suggesting it has been removed from a display album. Circa 44mm tall including black felt backing cloth. No moth or damage to bullion threads. Colours bright.
A fine scarce post 1959 gold and silver wire and brown Holland patch embroidered example. Prince of Wales's plumes above Stafford Knot. On black felt backing. Glue to reverse. In very good condition.
Slightly padded, the Wessex Wyvern upon a tablet bearing the title Wessex on a black felt background. Some tarnishing to gold bullion and backing paper missing as removed from beret. Otherwise in very good condition and scarce.
A die struck full size white metal cap badge with two original loops to the reverse ( e-w ) and maker marked Ludlow London, this has been embossed in the reverse of the mouth of the bugle. Ludlow primarily made officer's badges and this would have been a private purchase item. King's crown so pre 1952. Ludlow naming for mid 1933 onwards. In excellent condition. Circa 29mm gap between inside leg of each lug if you are looking to fit this to an officer's cap. Often mistaken for an Edwardian issue other ranks badge. Scarce.
Die struck silver plated with two original loops to reverse. Circa 32mm high so very small. King's Crown. K&K confirms silver plate worn by officers. As worn 1920 - 1956. Rare.
K&K Vol 2 No 2405 refers.
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