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Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (A&SH) ( 91st & 93rd Highlanders) Victorian / Edwardian Pattern White Metal Glengarry Cap Badge - Unvoided Centre

Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (A&SH) ( 91st & 93rd Highlanders) Victorian / Edwardian Pattern White Metal Glengarry Cap Badge - Unvoided Centre


A good stiff badge with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse. Sharp detail, could benefit from a light clean. Circa 8.1cm tall and 6cm wide.

This was the largest cap badge worn in the British Army. Until about 1908 the centre of the badge was solid, but after this date the central devices were fretted and voided.

K&K Vol 1 No 697 refers.
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Code: 60098

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Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (A&SH) ( 91st & 93rd Highlanders)  White Metal Glengarry Cap Badge - Voided Centre, Cat's Tail Up

Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (A&SH) ( 91st & 93rd Highlanders) White Metal Glengarry Cap Badge - Voided Centre, Cat's Tail Up


Sturdy white metal example of an other ranks cap badge. This is Sutherland Cat "Tail Up" variety as per the earlier badges. it has a fretted centre with 9 voids. A good stiff badge with two original copper lugs to the reverse, which have quite a long splayed foot, but original nonetheless.

This was the largest cap badge worn in the British Army. Until about 1908 the cen...  read more

Code: 60013

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Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment ( 100th & 109th Foot) WW1 issue Bi Metal Cap Badge

Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment ( 100th & 109th Foot) WW1 issue Bi Metal Cap Badge


Made from bi-metal and in good condition with original slider to the reverse and single sweat / brazing hole to the reverse of the coronet. This is the scarcer variety with the curly scrolls and squatter coronet. It is slightly smaller than the straight scroll pattern and the feather points or tips at the base are in brass rather than white metal. The brass points of the feathers at t...  read more

Code: 60095

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Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment ( 100th & 109th Foot) WW1 Issue Bi Metal Cap Badge - Slider with sweat holes

Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment ( 100th & 109th Foot) WW1 Issue Bi Metal Cap Badge - Slider with sweat holes

Made from bi-metal and in good condition with original slider to the reverse and five sweat / brazing holes to the reverse. This is the variety with straight scrolls and a broader coronet. Circa 4.2cm tall. In very good condition with sharp detail. Gaylor claims there was also an all brass economy version. The regiment was disbanded in 1922.

K&K Vol 1 No 699 refers.

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Code: 60012

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Royal Munster Fusiliers (RMF) ( 101st & 104th Foot) Victorian / Edwardian Bi-metal cap badge

Royal Munster Fusiliers (RMF) ( 101st & 104th Foot) Victorian / Edwardian Bi-metal cap badge

With two original dark toned lugs to the reverse and with sweat / braising / expansion holes. In good condition with sharp detail. Also worn in WW1 with a slider. Gaylor claims there was also an all brass economy version. The regiment was disbanded in 1922.

K&K Vol 1 No 701 refers.

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Code: 60011

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Royal Dublin Fusiliers ( RDF)  ( 102nd & 103rd Foot) Victorian / Edwardian Bi-metal cap badge

Royal Dublin Fusiliers ( RDF) ( 102nd & 103rd Foot) Victorian / Edwardian Bi-metal cap badge

With three lugs to the reverse and with sweat / braising / expansion holes. Shows signs of being worn but in good condition with sharp detail. Also worn in WW1 with a slider. Gaylor claims there was also an all brass economy version. The regiment was disbanded in 1922.

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K&K Vol 1 No 702 refers.  read more

Code: 60010

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Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own) Small Pattern other Ranks White Metal  Field Service Cap Badge

Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own) Small Pattern other Ranks White Metal Field Service Cap Badge


Small die struck with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse. The Rifle Brigade did not wear collar badges. This is often referred to as the four-scroll badge with Battle honours to Crimea only. Circa 3.2cm tall. This one with a Victorian Crown, also found with an imperial crown. In excellent condition with sharp detail.

K&K Vol 1 No 703 refers.

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Code: 60094

30.00 GBP

Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consorts Own) White Metal Cap Badge - Larger Pattern

Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consorts Own) White Metal Cap Badge - Larger Pattern

Worn 1910 - 1937, carrying 16 battle honours (fourteen on the scroll) - 15 Peninsula War battle honour scrolls and Waterloo. The inner circlet is inscribed "Rifle Brigade". The regiment was finally entitled to 16 battle honours for the Peninsular war but "Pyrenees" was not granted until 1910 - after the badge was designed.

K&K Vol 1 No 705 refers.

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Code: 60009

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New Section - Regular Infantry Other Ranks  Badges 1898 - 1922

New Section - Regular Infantry Other Ranks Badges 1898 - 1922


Covering the Boer War, WW1 and the re-organisations of the early 1920s, this section attempts to bring together in order of precedence all of the other ranks cap badges worn during this period. It may include Victorian issues, Edwardian lugged issues, Slidered WW1 examples and also WW1 brass economy versions. I have only attempted to differentiate between badges where the pattern itself...  read more

Code: 60096

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Royal Marines ( RM ) Officer's Lovat two part matching Blackened Bronze King's Crown Cap Badge - Both parts with Blades

Royal Marines ( RM ) Officer's Lovat two part matching Blackened Bronze King's Crown Cap Badge - Both parts with Blades

Die struck Globe and Laurel wreath with separate but matching King's crown and lion above. With original blades to both parts which have been neatly curved on both to make lugs. Blackened finish. Scarce.

See also 58965 for the QEII issue.

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Code: 60006

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