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CHESHIRE VOLUNTEER REGIMENT WW1 VTC CAP BADGE

A fine scarce WW1 brass cap badge, with two loops to reverse.

Code: 54895

55.00 GBP


BUCKINGHAMSHIRE BATTALION CAP BADGE

A fine brass metal cap badge, with slider to reverse.
Reference Gaylor Plate 21A and Reference KK Vol 2 item 1737 page 153.

The 1st and 2nd Bucks Battalions saw active service during the First World War, the 1st serving in France and Italy, and the 2nd in France, where it took heavy casualties at Fromelles in July 1916. In the Second World War the 1st Bucks Battalion gallantry defended Hazebrouck during the retreat to Dunkirk in May 1940 and, reconstituted, acted as part of a Beach Group on SWORD Beach during the Normandy landings in June 1944 and then as 'T' (Target) Force seizing important German research installations.

Code: 54875

24.00 GBP


KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS CHURCH LADS BRIGADE C.L.B CAP BADGE

A fine Kings Crown blackened brass example, with slider to reverse.

Code: 54884

52.00 GBP


6th BATTALION KINGS LIVERPOOL REGIMENT TERRITORIALS CAP BADGE

Die struck blackened brass cap badge with original slider to reverse. A strung bugle horn surmounted by a Lancashire rose. Worn by the 6th (Territorial) Battalion.
Some rubbing off on black.

Code: 54882

42.00 GBP


WW1 MIDDLESEX VOLUNTEER REGIMENT VTC CAP BADGE

A good scarce die-stamped bronze issue cap badge with two flat style loops to reverse.

Code: 54830

47.00 GBP


2nd VOLUNTEER BATTALION SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT CAP BADGE

White metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse worn by the 2nd.Volunteer Battalion. The Prince of Wales's plumes and the Egypt honour to the centre of scrolls bearing the full titles, connected by a laurel wreath.

Code: 54687

70.00 GBP


WW1 BIRMINGHAM BATTALION ENAMEL LAPEL BADGE

WW1 Birmingham Battalion 1914 Kitchener’s Army enamelled badge by M.B. Sale of Birmingham
A mint example, by scarce maker, on buttonhole fitting. No damage to the enamel.

14th, 15th, and 16th Battalions of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment.

A circular white enamel gold-rimmed badge with gold and red King's crown with gold letters either side 'G' and 'R' underneath the words 'BIRMINGHAM BATTALION 1914'.

The battalions were raised in Birmingham in September 1914 by the Lord Mayor and a local committee. Together with the 12th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment they made up 95th Brigade in 32nd Division. They were all transferred to 5th Division in November 1915. The Division served in Italy in late 1917 returning to France in 1918. The lapel badge was worn on civilian clothing during 1914 before uniforms were issued.

Reference Imperial War Museum ; https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/30076842

Code: 54796

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4th BORDER CUMBERLAND & WESTMORLAND REGIMENT CAP BADGE

4th Border Cumberland & Westmorland Regiment Cap Badge, white metal other ranks example with slider fitting to the reverse. Remains in good condition.

Reference ; https://thelonsdalebattalion.co.uk/wiki/2/4th_Battalion_(Territorial_Force)_Border_Regiment_(Cumberland_%26_Westmorland)

Code: 54690

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WW1 25th BATTALION ROYAL FRONTIERSMEN FUSILIERS CAP BADGE

A fine scarce almost mint cap badge, with slider to reverse. City of London Regiment. Raised by the Legion of Frontiersmen and commanded by Lt-Col Driscoll, in East Africa in WW1. Brass cap badge with slide to reverse. 25 on ball of fused grenade. A tri-part scroll inscribed 'Royal-Frontiersmen-Fusiliers'. Served in Africa from 1915-19 mostly in Lake Tanganyika, British East Africa and German East Africa. A very rare badge.
Ref K&K Vol1 1143 & Ref Gaylor Plate 36 and text p112

http://www.25throyalfusiliers.co.uk/cap_badges_3.html
25th Battalion Royal Frontiersmen Fusiliers, City of London, die struck 56 x 57mm

Code: 54686

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Ist VOLUNTEER BATTALION NOTTS & DERBY REGIMENT CAP BADGE

A fine excellent Kings crown w/metal cap badge, with two loop fixings to reverse.

Code: 54381

SOLD