A superb silver plated 'walking out' pattern one piece shoulder title with three silvered original loops to the reverse. In very good condition.
Westlake No 1531 refers, but in white.
A matched pair of staybrite shoulder titles in Anodised Aluminium with two pins to the reverse. Some slight bending to pins and evidence of minor service wear. Fixing clasps replacements, and a mix of brass and white metal. Worn from 1958 with the amalgamation of The King's Liverpool and Manchester Regiments.
Westlake No 1445 refers.
A large one piece brass shoulder title with only one central hexagonal lug remaining to the reverse. Otherwise in very good condition.
Worn from 1908 until 1937.
Westlake No 823 refers.
Comm StWi (47)
Tyneside / 2 / Scottish. As Worn by the 21st (Service Battalion) Northumberland Fusiliers who were styled as a Pals battalion the 2nd Battalion Tyneside Scottish. No backing plate, in good condition, all parts with the correct heagonal style lugs.
Col Denis Wood 'Fifth Fusiliers & its Badges" (2nd Edn) No 459B and Westlake No 774 refer.
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Tyneside / 3 / Scottish. As Worn by the 22nd (Service Battalion) Northumberland Fusiliers who were styled as a Pals battalion the 3rd Battalion Tyneside Scottish. No backing plate, in good condition, all parts with the correct hexagonal style lugs.
Col Denis Wood 'Fifth Fusiliers & its Badges" (2nd Edn) No 459C and Westlake No 775 refer.
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Brass with tombstone style lugs. Unusual.
Westlake No 1395 refers.
Scarce Tyneside Irish Shoulder Title - First Issue - maker marked Reid & Sons, Newcastle-on-Tyne
A gilding metal shoulder title 'central device' (it would have had a single NF (for Northumberland Fusiliers ) and battalion number above (24, 25, 26, 27 or 30). Locally made for the Tyneside Irish in the early days of the First world war by the local goldsmiths, Reid & Sons. Still in Newcastle to this day! The lugs have been replaced with a pin and clasp, as often found, a conversion into a soldier's sweetheart.
Northern Cyclists Battalion ( NCB ) Brass Shoulder Title. A scarce all one piece brass shoulder title with three original lugs to the reverse. Some evidence of service wear but in good condition.
Westlake No 1577 refers.
A scarce title to the 4th Territorial Battalion of the Yorkshire Regiment (Green Howards). Two of two original loops to the reverse. Some polishing to detail otherwise in good condition. This pattern worn post 1922. Mentioned in Westlake but not illustrated.
Westlake p79 refers.
In very good condition, an early set. Matching loops to reverse with the exception of one letter G which has a more modern looking finish and fitting.
Westlake 714 refers.
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