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596 Light Ant-Aircraft (LAA) Regiment (Royal Artillery) Woven Formation Sign Arm Flash Regimental Designation

596 Light Ant-Aircraft (LAA) Regiment (Royal Artillery) Woven Formation Sign Arm Flash Regimental Designation

This unit adopted the colours of its predecessor, the 5th Battalion, The South Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Volunteers) from 1947 and wore it until 1955. In good overall condition. Worn with the blue bar first.

BoBD (Jon Mills) No 5326A / Norman Litchfield "Territorial Artillery" Fig 175 refer.

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Code: 67724

45.00 GBP

WW2 5th Anti-Aircraft (AA) Division Printed Cloth Formation Sign Flash Patch Badge

WW2 5th Anti-Aircraft (AA) Division Printed Cloth Formation Sign Flash Patch Badge

Cut to shape, but in unissued condition, sold folds otherwise in very good condition, with no damage and colours bright.

BoBD (Mills) No 1212 - 1214 / Davis Fig 113 refer (Davis describes this as Rare).

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Code: 67723

25.00 GBP

Victorian 4th Gurkha Rifles Officer's Side Cap Black Cord Boss Badge

Victorian 4th Gurkha Rifles Officer's Side Cap Black Cord Boss Badge

A very early example with the device in cast silver plate and with a flat top Victorian crown, most probably from 1891 to 1901. A example similar in style with the scroll "Goorkhas" below is known (4GR D21) and this is held in the Gaunt collection in the National Army Museum. However, this particular pattern is not included in the Museum publication below. The device is circa 18mm high and 1...  read more

Code: 67699

185.00 GBP

8th Gurkha Rifles Large Pattern Black Button

8th Gurkha Rifles Large Pattern Black Button

Circa 24mm in diameter, fixed shank and blank reverse. Some damage to bottom front edge, reflected in price. Scarce.

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Code: 67721

4.00 GBP

Northumberland Fusiliers ( NF ) Volunteer Territorial Officer's Mess Dress of Cap reversed metals small pattern button

Northumberland Fusiliers ( NF ) Volunteer Territorial Officer's Mess Dress of Cap reversed metals small pattern button

Mounted gilt device on silver plated button base, with fixed shank and backmarked Gaunt London. Circa 16mm in diameter. The Volunteers and Territorials wore reversed metal buttons, as found here. Worn circa 1883 - 1914. In very good condition. Scarce.

Col D. Wood No 616 refers.

A9.15(2/3)  read more

Code: 67722

10.00 GBP

Canada - QVC Royal Canadian Regiment Other Rank's Bi-Metal Cap Badge

Canada - QVC Royal Canadian Regiment Other Rank's Bi-Metal Cap Badge

Two piece brass and nickel silver construction. Original loops to reverse. Good condition. This pattern 1894 - 1904 only. Guelphic crown.

See my item 56256 for the QEII issue.

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Code: 66997

40.00 GBP

Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry Gilding Metal Cap Badge

Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry Gilding Metal Cap Badge

A die struck example with original slider to reverse. King's crown pattern so pre 1952. Slider looks longer than usual but this is because it has been fixed lower down the lion than usual.

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Code: 66998

20.00 GBP

Indian Auxiliary  Force Army - Calcutta Scottish Shoulder Blackened Brass Shoulder Title

Indian Auxiliary Force Army - Calcutta Scottish Shoulder Blackened Brass Shoulder Title

A cast Indian made pattern with two original loops to the reverse and cotter pin. Has some age and wear to it.

The Calcutta Scottish was a regiment of volunteers of Scottish descent raised in 1914 as an infantry regiment of the British Indian Army. The regiment formed part of the army reserves of the Auxiliary Force, India (AFI). The regimental dress uniform of this kilted regim...  read more

Code: 66999

SOLD

The Green Howards ( Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment) (19th Foot) - 1st Pattern Other Ranks Bi-metal Cap Badge

The Green Howards ( Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment) (19th Foot) - 1st Pattern Other Ranks Bi-metal Cap Badge

A most attractive badge, die struck with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse and a number of braising / sweat / expansion holes to the reverse of the A. Some slight twisting to lugs otherwise in very good condition. This pattern worn until circa 1908.

K&K Vol 1 No 615 refers.

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Code: 66116

30.00 GBP

NBMR (Northern Bengal Mounted Rifles) White Metal Shoulder Title

NBMR (Northern Bengal Mounted Rifles) White Metal Shoulder Title

British made shoulder title with two original loops to the reverse. Appears to be silver plated. Worn circa 1889-1947. In very good condition but with some light wear to silvered finish.

The unit was originally formed in 1872 as the Northern Bengal Volunteer Rifle Corps, drawing heavily on British tea planters for recruits. In 1889 the auxiliary unit was reorganised as the N...  read more

Code: 65424

15.00 GBP