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2nd DRAGOON GUARDS, QUEENS BAYS KINGS CROWN COLLAR BADGE
A fine Kings crown Officers gilt collar badge, with two loops to reverse.

First raised in 1685 by King James II. It saw service for three centuries, before being amalgamated into the 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards in 1959.
A good post 1901 die stamped brass example. Early pattern king's crown cap badge.The title "Bays" in old English script to the centre of a crowned wreath of laurel.

Code: 53839Price: 35.00 GBP


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18th [QUEEN MARYS OWN] ROYAL HUSSARS VICTORIAN COLLAR BADGE
A fine Victorian bi metal collar badge, with two loops to reverse. Reference Churchill & Westlake Ref No 33.

The 18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) was a cavalry regiment of the British Army, first formed in 1759.
Serving in the Boer War and on the Western Front of World War One, the regiment also gained a royal honorific when it was renamed in 1903 after Mary, wife of George V.
It saw service for two centuries, before being amalgamated into the 13th/18th Hussars in 1922. Another at Code: 52522

Code: 53834Price: 35.00 GBP


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WW1 LOYAL SUFFOLK HUSSARS INDIAN MADE COLLAR BADGES
A matching pair of Indian made cast brass collar badges, with normal Indian lugs to reverse.

Mobilisation in August 1914, saw the Regiment at Martlesham near Ipswich. The following September, the Regiment received orders to sail for Gallipoli, however they would be going without their horses. On 11th October 1915, they landed at Walkers Pier, Gallipoli with their comrades, the Norfolk Yeomanry. It was a semi-static life for the first month with ranks being seriously depleted by sickness and dysentery. The great blizzard of November did nothing to add to the morale of the men with frostbite adding to number of the men becoming ill.
Withdrawal from the peninsular began in December and, after a short stay at Mudros, the Regiment went to Egypt, where it was officially declared as 'dismounted'. After training as infantry, they took over trenches between El Shatt and El Ferdan. Early 1917, saw an official name change for the Regiment. As part of the 74th (Yeomanry) Division, they became the 15th (Yeomanry) Battalion, The Suffolk Regiment. They would however fiercely hang onto their original badges and only those who joined them in France wore the standard cap badge of the Suffolk Regiment.



Code: 53833Price: 50.00 GBP


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ROYAL SCOTS GREYS OFFICERS COLLAR BADGE
A fine sterling silver collar badge, with two silver loops to reverse.

Code: 53647Price: 35.00 GBP


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WW1 MACHINE GUN CORPS COLLAR BADGES [PAIR]
A fine pair of cast collar badges, both with two loops to reverese and maker Bourne&Co. of Birmingham. 26mm high by 28mm wide.

Code: 53606Price:


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ROYAL EAST KENT [BUFFS] OFFICER COLLAR BADGE
A fine bronze Officers collar badge, with two loops to reverse.

Code: 53586Price: 17.00 GBP


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1st KENT RIFLE VOLUNTEERS BUTTON
A fine scarce Victorian button, with maker to reverse.

Code: 53580Price: 30.00 GBP


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ROYAL TANK REGIMENT OFFICERS COLLAR BADGES [FACING PAIR]
A fine pair of Queens Crown post 1953 silver / gilt Officers collar badges. Both with two loops to reverse.

Code: 53555Price: 25.00 GBP


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2nd DRAGOON GUARDS, QUEENS BAYS KINGS CROWN COLLAR BADGES [PAIR]
A fine pair of or`s collar badges, both with two loops to reverse.

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17th [DUKE OF CAMBRIDGES OWN] LANCERS COLLAR BADGES
A scarce 17th (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Lancers other ranks die-stamped white-metal matching pair of collar badges with two north south loops fittings to reverse.

Reference K&K cap badge 782

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