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24th QUEENS LANCERS OFFICERS BRONZE CAP BADGE

24th QUEENS LANCERS OFFICERS BRONZE CAP BADGE

A fine Officers bronze cap badge with two blade fixings to reverse.
Reference K&K Vol2 1914

Code: 54407

120.00 GBP


SUDAN DEFENCE FORCE OFFICERS CAP BADGE

SUDAN DEFENCE FORCE OFFICERS CAP BADGE

A fine Officers w/m 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: 54400

90.00 GBP


OFFICERS BRONZE THE ROYAL REGIMENT OF CANADA CAP BADGE 1933-52

OFFICERS BRONZE THE ROYAL REGIMENT OF CANADA CAP BADGE 1933-52

An excellent Officers cap badge to The Royal Regiment of Canada Officer’s cap badge circa 1933-52.
Fine die-cast bronze crowned star, bearing Garter and Maple sprays between two motto scrolls, resting on title scroll; silvered Prince of Wales’s plumes to voided centre. Reverse stamped ‘P’. Red felt backing J.R. Gaunt London Long loops

Code: 54398

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IRISH ROYAL INNISKILLING FUSILIERS POST 1934 OFFICERS CAP BADGE

IRISH ROYAL INNISKILLING FUSILIERS POST 1934 OFFICERS CAP BADGE

Irish. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers post 1934 Officer’s cap badge.
Die-stamped gilt grenade mounted with silver castle (flag right) Long loops VGC

Code: 54399

120.00 GBP


OFFICERS IRISH GUARDS CAP STAR / CAP BADGE

OFFICERS IRISH GUARDS CAP STAR / CAP BADGE

A fine Irish Guards Officer’s cap star / badge.
Fine silvered, gilt and enamelled Star of the Order of St. Patrick. Firmin London Loops . 44mm x 44mm.

Code: 54396

120.00 GBP


VICTORIAN OFFICERS 2nd BATTALION DORSETSHIRE POST 1894 FORAGE CAP BADGE

VICTORIAN OFFICERS 2nd BATTALION DORSETSHIRE POST 1894 FORAGE CAP BADGE

A excellent die-stamped silvered castle surmounted by a Sphinx resting on a tablet inscribed “Marabout”; below the Castle, a scroll inscribed “Primus in Indis”. Three loops to reverse.

The Dorsetshire Regiment was established in the Regular Army in 1881 under the Childers Reforms by the amalgamation of the 39th (Dorsetshire) Regiment of Foot and the 54th (West Norfolk) Regiment of Foot.The 1st Battalion was stationed in Malta from 1888, in Egypt from 1889, and in British India from 1893, where it took part in operations in the Tirah Campaign on the North West Frontier in 1897–98.

The 2nd Battalion was stationed in Ireland from 1893 to 1897, then in Malta from 1899. Following the outbreak of the Second Boer War in late 1899, they were sent to South Africa, participating in the Relief of Ladysmith. The battalion stayed in South Africa throughout the war, which ended in June 1902 with the Peace of Vereeniging. Four months later 300 officers and men left Cape Town on the SS German in late September 1902, and arrived at Southampton in late October, when they were posted to Portland.

In 1908, the Volunteers and Militia were reorganised nationally, with the former becoming the Territorial Force and the latter the Special Reserve; the regiment now had one Reserve battalion and one Territorial battalion.

Code: 54372

240.00 GBP


THE WELSH REGIMENT OFFICERS CAP BADGE

THE WELSH REGIMENT OFFICERS CAP BADGE

A fine silver gilt cap badge, with two silver loops to reverse.

Code: 54373

90.00 GBP


COLDSTREAM GUARDS OFFICERS CAP BADGE

COLDSTREAM GUARDS OFFICERS CAP BADGE

Stirling silver/enamel Officers cap badge, with maker Firmin and two long loops to reverse. Packet received in dated 2013

Code: 54329

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WESSEX BRIGADE OFFICERS CAP BADGE

WESSEX BRIGADE OFFICERS CAP BADGE

An excellent silver/silver plate Officers cap badge with two long loop fixings to reverse.

Code: 54319

55.00 GBP


WW1 MACHINE GUN CORPS OFFICERS CAP / COLLAR BADGE.

WW1 MACHINE GUN CORPS OFFICERS CAP / COLLAR BADGE.

Officers bronze cap and collar set. Unusually blacked, probably need a clean. Cap badge has blade fixings to reverse. One collar has a maker. Firmin behind crown.

Formed in October 1915 in response to the need for more effective use of machine guns on the Western Front in World War I. Reference KK Vol 1 item 1154 page 294. WW1 Great War raised Unit.

Code: 54274

130.00 GBP