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Hampshire / Hants Regiment White Metal Volunteer Battalion Field Service Cap Badge

Hampshire / Hants Regiment White Metal Volunteer Battalion Field Service Cap Badge

Small size silver plated badge with 2 original loops to reverse (not cut down from HPC). Worn on the field service cap in the 1890s. Circa 3cm wide and 2.3cm tall. In very good condition.

Churchill p161 & Fig 1001 refer.

G192.2

Code: 63266

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3rd Volunteer Battalion (VB) Devonshire Regiment Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge

3rd Volunteer Battalion (VB) Devonshire Regiment Other Ranks White Metal Cap Badge

Die struck in white metal with two original loops to the reverse (some twisting) and of two part construction with an applied scroll. A lot of discussion about the correct shape of the scroll exists but this one is exactly per the one one from Hugh King's collection sold by Bosley's 20th January 2010 Lot 380. Circa 1901 - 1908. In very good condition.

Comm StWi (65)

Code: 63243

145.00 GBP


Generic Rifle Volunteer Bugle Silver Plated Pouch Badge, 1860 - 1908

Generic Rifle Volunteer Bugle Silver Plated Pouch Badge, 1860 - 1908

A die struck badge which has been silver plated with two original brass screw posts to the reverse. Worn on the pouch by many Rifle Volunteer Corps, the length of the land. In very good condition. Circa 3.2cm tall.

Comm FB

Code: 63119

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7 / V / Durham Three Part Brass Shoulder Title

7 / V / Durham Three Part Brass Shoulder Title

A WW1 VTC shoulder title on brass backing plate

Comm FB

Code: 63014

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3rd Carabiniers Silver / Gold  Anodised Aluminium Cap Badge

3rd Carabiniers Silver / Gold Anodised Aluminium Cap Badge

Silver / gold coloured slider marked JR Gaunt Birmingham. In very good condition. It was renamed the 3rd Carabiniers in 1928 and amalgamated with the Royal Scots Greys, forming the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards in 1971, so the naming on the slider is correct for the period.

D80

Code: 60343

8.00 GBP


Generic Large White Metal Bugle as worn by Rifle Brigade /  Rifle Volunteer Corps (RVC)

Generic Large White Metal Bugle as worn by Rifle Brigade / Rifle Volunteer Corps (RVC)

Die struck, large at circa 49 mm tall. Never had any fixings. Owner believes it to be unfinished manufacturer's stock from the Gaunt pattern room.

DRW 64

Code: 62839

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1st Berwickshire (Scotland) Rifle Volunteer Corps Collar Badge (Royal Scots pattern)

1st Berwickshire (Scotland) Rifle Volunteer Corps Collar Badge (Royal Scots pattern)

A single collar badge with two original brass loops to the reverse (one with plier mark) otherwise in very good condition. The 1st Berwicks were allied to one of the Royal Scots' Volunteer Battalions in 1881 but allowed to retain its 1880 title. Sealed pattern for this title, 23rd May 1884. It mimics the regular battalion collar badge (Churchill No 4. In 1887 they were transferred to the KOSB and I believe changed the collar badge to the design shown immediately below. Rare.

Churchill No 25 refers.

G172.7

Code: 62993

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1st Berwickshire (Scotland) Rifle Volunteers Matched Facing Pair of White Metal Collar Badges (KOSB Pattern)

1st Berwickshire (Scotland) Rifle Volunteers Matched Facing Pair of White Metal Collar Badges (KOSB Pattern)

A matched facing pair in size and all other respects (despite angle of photos) with two original dark toned lugs to the reverse of each. Gorgeous.

This pattern believed to have worn from 1887 - 1908 when they were affiliated with the King's Own Scottish Borderers. Scarce.

Churchill No 703 refers

C172.

Code: 62992

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5th (Cyclist) Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment (Territorials) Blackened Brass Cap Badge - Lugs

5th (Cyclist) Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment (Territorials) Blackened Brass Cap Badge - Lugs

Die struck in one piece in brass, manufacturer blackened with two original loops to the reverse. Worn with lugs circa 1908 - 1911. Possibly also by the cyclist companies of the 1st and 2nd Volunteer Battalions of the East Yorks (The cyclist companies wore slouch hats from 1903 - 1908).

This is not an OSD badge nor a collar. It is not a painted black bi-metal badge. It is not a blackened brass economy badge (which would have had a slider). It is one of the hardest cyclist badges to find - Unicorns spring to mind!

Coll

Code: 62990

225.00 GBP


1st Volunteer Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers Officers Silver Plated Shoulder Belt Plate - made by Hobson

1st Volunteer Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers Officers Silver Plated Shoulder Belt Plate - made by Hobson

A stunning badge in silver plate and of two part construction with four original screw posts and one remaining original retaining nut with washer. Back-marked "Hobson & Son Lexington St, London". Worn with the standard lion's head boss and whistle and chain of the universal pattern in silver plate. Circa 9.3cm tall by 7.4cm wide. In excellent condition with light tarnishing to silver finish.

Col D Wood No 371A refers.

Code: 56354

425.00 GBP