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27th PUNJABIS MAJORS FULL DRESS SCARLET TUNIC c,1903/22

27th PUNJABIS MAJORS FULL DRESS SCARLET TUNIC c,1903/22

27th Punjabis Major’s Full Dress Scarlet Tunic c. 1903-22, a fine quality example in scarlet cloth, with green facings gold lace trim gilt buttons shoulder cords with correct rank badges, named inside to Major C. W.Keene, remains of tailor’s label showing the address ‘Simla Umb...’, together with linen waist belt, this with full dress sword slings full dress waist sash of maroon colour, good overall condition

Code: 54179

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BRITISH INDIAN ARMY 16th PUNJAB REGIMENT OFFICERS SILVER HALLMARKED [PAIR] COLLAR BADGES

BRITISH INDIAN ARMY 16th PUNJAB REGIMENT OFFICERS SILVER HALLMARKED [PAIR] COLLAR BADGES

A excellent scarce matching pair of pre 1947 Officers Silver hallmarked collar badges, both with maker mark and two loops to reverse. Hallmark Birmingham 1924 with maker ES&S.

The 16th Punjab Regiment was a regiment of the British Indian Army from 1922 to 1947. It was transferred to Pakistan Army on Partition of India in 1947.

Code: 53691

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WW2 INDIAN ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL ENGINEERS CAP BADGE

WW2 INDIAN ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL ENGINEERS CAP BADGE

A fine sand cast British Colonial Indian Electrical Mechanical Engineers cap badge, with two loops to reverse, one of which is rather twisted.

Code: 53584

20.00 GBP


INDIAN SUDAN DEFENCE FORCE HEAD DRESS BADGE

INDIAN SUDAN DEFENCE FORCE HEAD DRESS BADGE

A fine native gilding metal casting headdress badge, with two replacement loops to reverse. An Arab tribesman mounted upon a camel above a tablet bearing the letters,"S.D.F.

The Sudan Defence Force (SDF) was a British Army unit formed in 1925, as its name indicates, to maintain the borders of the Sudan under the British administration. During the Second World War, it also served beyond the Sudan in the East African Campaign and in the Western Desert Campaign.

Code: 53120

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BURMA RIFLES CAP BADGE

BURMA RIFLES CAP BADGE

A fine Indian cast cap badge, with two loop type fixings to reverse.

Code: 52618

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INDIA PARACHUTE REGIMENT OFFICERS CAP BADGE

INDIA PARACHUTE REGIMENT OFFICERS CAP BADGE

A fine scarce Silvered Officers cap badge, with two long loops to reverse.

The parachute units of the Indian Army are among the oldest airborne units in the world. The 50th Indian Parachute Brigade was formed on 27 October 1941, comprising the British 151st Parachute Battalion, and the British Indian Army 152nd Indian Parachute Battalion and 153rd Gurkha Parachute Battalion. The Parachute Regiment was formed from these and several other units in 1952.

Indian Army Para Commandos
In 1944 the 50th was allocated to the newly founded 44th Airborne Division. In the post-independence restructuring, India retained only one parachute brigade—the 50th.

Code: 52542

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EAST AFRICAN ARMY SERVICE CORPS CAP BADGE

EAST AFRICAN ARMY SERVICE CORPS CAP BADGE

A fine scarce die cast brass example worn 1939-45, with two lugs to reverse.

Code: 51898

40.00 GBP


INDIA PARACHUTE REGIMENT OFFICERS CAP BADGE

INDIA PARACHUTE REGIMENT OFFICERS CAP BADGE

A fine scarce Silvered Officers cap badge, with two long loops to reverse.

The parachute units of the Indian Army are among the oldest airborne units in the world. The 50th Indian Parachute Brigade was formed on 27 October 1941, comprising the British 151st Parachute Battalion, and the British Indian Army 152nd Indian Parachute Battalion and 153rd Gurkha Parachute Battalion. The Parachute Regiment was formed from these and several other units in 1952.

Indian Army Para Commandos
In 1944 the 50th was allocated to the newly founded 44th Airborne Division. In the post-independence restructuring, India retained only one parachute brigade—the 50th.

Code: 52297

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INDIAN 5th HYDERABAD INFANTRY REGIMENT HEADDRESS BADGE

INDIAN 5th HYDERABAD INFANTRY REGIMENT HEADDRESS BADGE

A fine die cast gilding metal cap badge, with two loops to reverse.

Code: 52218

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INDIAN ARMY 9th JAT REGIMENT OFFICERS SOLID SILVER CAP BADGE

INDIAN ARMY 9th JAT REGIMENT OFFICERS SOLID SILVER CAP BADGE

A fine Edward VIII period die-cast example by JRG & S [J R Gaunt & Sons]
bearing Birmingham hallmarks.
Crowned `IX` resting on a scroll inscribed `Jat Regiment`. Two loops to reverse.

The Regiment was an infantry regiment of the British Indian Army. It was formed in 1922, after the Indian government reformed the army.
The Regiment saw a great deal of fighting with the Jats showing their mettle in North Africa, Ethiopia, Burma, Malaya, Singapore, and Java-Sumatra. A large number of gallantry awards were won including a Victoria Cross (by Jemadar Abdul Hafiz) and two George Crosses. At the end of the war the Regiment, in company with other regiments of the Indian Infantry, dropped the numeral 9 from its title and became simply the Jat Regiment.

Code: 52130

160.00 GBP