WW2 Scots Guards Officers Forage Cap Star Badge - Sterling - Ludlow
Scots Guards Officers Forage Cap Star Badge
A two-part constructed cap star silver plated and gilt brass with green translucent enamel to centre and an original stout pin and C clasp fitting to the rear, a fitment also for a safety chain, now absent. Die cast and of two part construction. Stamped "Sterling" and maker marked "Ludow" (who made officer's badges in the 1930s and 1940s). Ci... read more
Coldstream Guards Warrant Officers & Staff Sergeants Large Silver Plated and Enamel Forage Cap Star
A large three part construction cap star, die struck and silver plated with enamel to strap and centre cross in very good condition. Two original loops to reverse. . An example with a bit of age to it. Circa xx cms across. Harder to find than the elongated officer's patterns.
K&K Vol 1 No 899 refers.
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Scarce Artist Rifles Officers Bronze OSD Service Dress Cap Badge - Blades
A heavy and thick die cast bronze officer's cap badge with two original blades / tabs to the reverse. Some contact marks or die flaw marks to the cheek of Minerva. Looks like she might have had a touch of acne! Still a scarce badge and otherwise in very good condition, with no wear to finish. Circa 4.5cm tall. read more
6th (Territorial Battalion) The Hampshire Regiment (Duke of Connaught's Own) Officers Field Service / Collar Badge
A gorgeous little badge of two part construction, maker marked Gaunt London and with two original silvered loops to the reverse. Circa 3cm tall. Fretted title on blue enamel backing, red white and green enamel to central rose in perfect condition. Worn as potentially a collar and in the field service cap.
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Royal Hampshire Regiment Officers Enamel Silver and Gilt Cap Badge, QEII issue
A very fine looking cap badge of two part construction with two original long silvered loops to the reverse. Red velvet backing to crown with the Hampshire Rose in red enamel to the centre of a Garter Strap and title scroll in blue enamel, all mounted upon a multi-rayed and faceted star. Became Royal in 1946 but this pattern with QEII crown was worn from 1952. In great condition with no damage ... read more
The Hampshire Regiment Officers Enamel Silver and Gilt Cap Badge - Marked Silver
A very fine-looking cap badge of two-part construction with two original loops to the reverse and marked S for Sterling Silver. 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.
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Scottish Gordon Highlanders Officer's Silver Sporran Purse Badge, king's crown issue
Die cast in silver made my a Scottish maker, stamped "A & J Smith, Aberdeen" and also "Silver". With two original silvered loops to the reverse. King's Crown issue so pre 1952. Circa 42mm tall and in very good condition with sharp detail and no damage. Silver dark toned to front. Scarce.
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Coldstream Guards Officer's Large Silver Plated and Enamel Cap Star
A large three part construction cap star, die cast and silver plated with enamel to strap and centre cross in very good condition. Two original long loops to reverse. Silver finish dark toned. An example with a bit of age to it. Circa 5.4cms tall.
See item 65733 for the smaller pattern.
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Victorian 5th Fusiliers / Northumberland Fusiliers Officers Silver & Gilt Mess Dress Shoulder Badge Ornament
A favourite badge of mine, not immediately one that would be associated with the 5th Northumberland Fusiliers, but this was the badge worn on various forms of shoulder decoration by officers from 1836 until 1898. The grenade is finely struck, and silver plated, now dark toned with traces of old polish with a gilt rose and QVC crown separately mounted. At some point the retaining wires have be... read more
The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) Officers OSD Bronze Cap Badge - Blades
Die cast bronze officers service dress cap badge with two original blades to the reverse. Great chocolate colour with no wear to the finish. Some traces of cello tape to the reverse of the blades, easily cleaned off.
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