Territorial Royal Engineers ( Fortress ) Durham - A brass one piece shoulder title with three original lugs to the reverse. Some signs of service wear but generally v. good condition. Scarce.
Listed in Westlake on page 44, but not illustrated.
1st Durham Artillery Volunteers, HQ Sunderland, white metal one piece shoulder title with four original lugs to the reverse. Has been chemically cleaned by somebody (not me) therefore in very good condition. Rare to find. Pre 1908.
Westlake No 657 refers.
Territorial Royal Field Artillery Durham - A brass one piece shoulder title with three original lugs to the reverse. The centre of the A has not been fully punched out. Some signs of service wear but generally in very good condition. Scarce.
Listed in Westlake on page 48, but not illustrated.
GURKHA / ASC blackened metal shoulder titles circa 1958-65.
A good match on original flat hexagonal loops to the reverse. Some wear to finish and lugs on one of them otherwise in good condition overall and scarce.
Formed 1st July 1958 in Singapore; re-designated Gurkha Transport Regiment November 1965.
Well polished, die cast in two parts with original fittings and backing plate. The messenger Mercury ('Jimmy' as he was known to Signallers) and globe polished, worn below a king's crown. Worn 1947 - 1952. Scarce.
Removed from cap, some toning to the silver bullion and fading of hte red velvet from wear, otherwise in good condition.
In superb condition with fire gilt bright and no damage to the enamels. Unusual to find the bottom scroll in blue enamel also.
Two original loops to the reverse and maker marked JR Gaunt London. Circa 2.6cm tall.
A rare item, in superb condition with fire gilt bright and no damage to the enamels. Two original loops to the reverse and maker marked JR Gaunt London. Circa 2.6cm tall. As rare as they come.
Post WW2, die struck bi-metal cap badge with two original loops to the reverse with five sweat / braising /expansion holes to the reverse. In good condition but note the VI in the cypher is poorly struck. Still a fine looking badge.
Formed in 1939. They became 'Royal' in 1946. Circa 4.7cm tall. Crimp mark to slider. Some crush damage and distortion to wreath on detail on right hand side, reflected in price.
K&K Vol 2 No 2149 refers
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