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WW1 ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION OFFICERS BRONZE CAP BADGE

WW1 ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION OFFICERS BRONZE CAP BADGE

A fine rare smaller version of a die cast Officers bronze cap badge, with two blade fixings to reverse. 60 x 54 mm. Curved like bullion examples, to fix cap. Never had this smaller version before, rare.

Code: 54795

320.00 GBP


WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS OFFICERS CAP BADGE & COLLAR SET

WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS OFFICERS CAP BADGE & COLLAR SET

A fine cast Officers bronzed cap badge and collar badges. Cap badge has two blade fixings to reverse, slightly lighter in colour to the collars. Collars have two loop fixings to reverse. Ref KK Vol 1 item 977 page 253

Code: 54793

110.00 GBP


IMPERIAL OVERSEAS COMMAND / OFFICERS 25th ROYAL FUSILIERS CITY OF LONDON FRONTIERSMEN CAP / STETSON BADGE

IMPERIAL OVERSEAS COMMAND / OFFICERS 25th ROYAL FUSILIERS CITY OF LONDON FRONTIERSMEN CAP / STETSON BADGE

A scarce Gilt & Enamel Officers cap badge, with two loops to reverse. Excellent uncleaned example.

Worn for a very short period. Photographic evidence suggests this badge being worn by the members of the Imperial Overseas Command, a short-lived breakaway from the Legion of Frontiersmen. This breakaway organisation was in existence for a short period of time only, between 1927 and 1934, and it is to this organisation, not the 25th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, that this pattern cap badge relates. Please do your own research and make your mind up accordingly.

Reference http://www.25throyalfusiliers.co.uk/cap_badges_2.html

Ref Gaylor Plate 36 and text p112 & Kipling & King Vol 1 item 1144 page 291

Code: 54685

350.00 GBP


ROYAL WELSH REGIMENT OFFICERS BRONZE CAP BADGE

ROYAL WELSH REGIMENT OFFICERS BRONZE CAP BADGE

Pre 1922 Royal Welsh Fusiliers Officers bronze cap badge, two part construction with two curled inward blades to reverse.

Code: 54697

62.00 GBP


BORDER REGIMENT OFFICERS BRONZE FIELD SERVICE CAP BADGE

BORDER REGIMENT OFFICERS BRONZE FIELD SERVICE CAP BADGE

An rare excellent mint Edwardian example in two part example, with two blade fixings to reverse. Worn 1902-1905 only. Ref K&K Vol1 644

Code: 54692

300.00 GBP


WW2 INNS OF COURT REGIMENT BERET BADGE

WW2 INNS OF COURT REGIMENT BERET BADGE

A fine woven cloth beret badge. Uncut example. 60mm x 88mm.

From 23 January 1941 until 15 January 1943, the regiment was part of the 9th Armoured Division in Great Britain. From 1943, it was under the direct command of I Corps, the assault formation of 21 Army Group and later led the advance of 11th Armoured Division.

On D-Day, "C" Squadron of the regiment landed on Juno Beach with the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division. During the campaign in Northwest Europe of 1944–45, the Inns of Court, organised as an armoured car regiment, was the reconnaissance asset of I Corps.

Code: 54704

SOLD


IMPERIAL OVERSEAS COMMAND / OFFICERS 25th ROYAL FUSILIERS CITY OF LONDON FRONTIERSMEN CAP / STETSON BADGE

IMPERIAL OVERSEAS COMMAND / OFFICERS 25th ROYAL FUSILIERS CITY OF LONDON FRONTIERSMEN CAP / STETSON BADGE

A scarce Gilt & Enamel Officers cap badge, with two loops to reverse. Although the gilt is worn, its an excellent uncleaned example.

Worn for a very short period. Photographic evidence suggests this badge being worn by the members of the Imperial Overseas Command, a short-lived breakaway from the Legion of Frontiersmen. This breakaway organisation was in existence for a short period of time only, between 1927 and 1934, and it is to this organisation, not the 25th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, that this pattern cap badge relates. Please do your own research and make your mind up accordingly.

Reference http://www.25throyalfusiliers.co.uk/cap_badges_2.html

Ref Gaylor Plate 36 and text p112 & Kipling & King Vol 1 item 1144 page 291

Code: 54519

350.00 GBP


WW2 ROYAL AIR FORCE PADRE / CHAPLAINS OFFICERS CAP BADGE

WW2 ROYAL AIR FORCE PADRE / CHAPLAINS OFFICERS CAP BADGE

A rare excellent quality, Bullion cap badge. WW2 Royal Air Force Chaplains Cap Badge, bullion embroidered crown above metal winged with blades. Maltese cross with RAF within wreath to centre. Mounted onto black cloth backing without wreath. Black paper backing to the reverse and some glue residue.

Reference https://airandspace.si.edu/collection-objects/badge-cap-chaplain-royal-air-force/nasm_A19711804001

Code: 54453

450.00 GBP


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