WW1 ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION "HOOD" COLLAR BADGE
A scarce gilding metal collar badge for the Hood Battalion of the Royal Naval Division, being a Cornish chough in front of a naval anchor, all on a torse, with below a scroll in scribed STEADY and below this a tablet inscribed HOOD. Bird faces left. A pair of lugs on the reverse with manufacturer JR Gaunt impressed on the reverse on a tablet. read more
VICTORIAN 2nd BATTALION WILTSHIRE REGIMENT OFFICERS
Not a matching pair but fairly good from the front. Maltese Cross in lined silver, of two part construction 1883 regs. One has JR Gaunt London to reverse and "S" for silver.
Reference History of the British Army Infantry Collar Badges Churchill page 238 item 1504 read more
PROBYNS HORSE 5th KING EDWARDS V11 OWN LANCERS
A fine guilt Probyns Horse Button. (5th King Edwards VII Own Lancers). Size 25mm.
After the First World War, the number of Indian cavalry regiments was reduced from thirty-nine to twenty-one. However, instead of disbanding the surplus units, it was decided to amalgamate them in pairs. This resulted in renumbering and renaming the entire cavalry line. The 11th King Edward's Own La... read more