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Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment ( 100th & 109th Foot) WW1 issue Bi Metal Cap Badge - Curly Scrolls Pattern

Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment ( 100th & 109th Foot) WW1 issue Bi Metal Cap Badge - Curly Scrolls Pattern

Made from bi-metal and in good condition with original slider to the reverse and single sweat / brazing hole to the reverse of the coronet. This is the scarcer variety with the curly scrolls and squatter coronet. It is slightly smaller than the straight scroll pattern and the feather points or tips at the base are in brass rather than white metal. The brass points of the feathers at the base do not align with the white plumes above (but this is true of all examples I have seen). In very good condition. Circa 4.2cm tall.

K&K Vol 1 No 699 refers.

G134.1

Code: 63256

SOLD


WW1 - 1/1st City of London Divisional Cyclist Company Gilding Metal Brass Cap Badge

WW1 - 1/1st City of London Divisional Cyclist Company Gilding Metal Brass Cap Badge

A die struck cap badge with original slider. A rare badge.

The 1st/1st London Divisional cyclist company was formed in February 1916 and lasted until May 1916, this may be a contender for the shortest worn badge.

K&K Vol 1 No 1873 refers.

Comm StWi (8)

Code: 63249

185.00 GBP


WW1 9th Battalion Hampshire Regiment ( Cyclists ) Bronze Cap Badge

WW1 9th Battalion Hampshire Regiment ( Cyclists ) Bronze Cap Badge

A die stamped bronze example in very good condition with original slider. The Hampshire Rose to the centre of a crowned bicycle wheel above the title scroll. Worn 1911 - 1920.

K7K Vol 1 No 1869 (confirms it was worn in gilding metal and bronze).

Comm StWi (60)

Code: 63223

48.00 GBP


East Yorkshire Regiment (15th Foot) WW1 All Brass Economy Version Cap Badge

East Yorkshire Regiment (15th Foot) WW1 All Brass Economy Version Cap Badge

Die struck in brass. Original slider but this has been much bent out of shape otherwise in good condition. Gaylor confirms there was an all brass version.

K&K Vol 1 No 609 refers.

Comm BoHa (3)

Code: 63216

28.00 GBP


Kings Own ( Yorkshire Light Infantry ) (KOYLI) ( 51st & 105th Foot) Other Ranks WW1 All Brass Economy Pattern Cap Badge

Kings Own ( Yorkshire Light Infantry ) (KOYLI) ( 51st & 105th Foot) Other Ranks WW1 All Brass Economy Pattern Cap Badge

The smallest cap badge in the British army, with original slider to the reverse. In good condition. The usual pattern has a white metal rose to the centre. Gaylor confirms this regiment wore an all brass economy pattern in WW1. Scarce.

K&K Vo1 1 No 670 refers

Comm BoHa (1)

Code: 63215

30.00 GBP


WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) 2nd pattern White Metal Cap Badge, introduced April 1915

WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) 2nd pattern White Metal Cap Badge, introduced April 1915

Scarce and original white metal cap badge (with the more lion-like looking lion) in good condition with original brooch pin to the reverse. As worn in WW1 by 20th , 21st , 22nd , 23rd and 29th (Service) Battalions, The Northumberland Fusiliers (Tyneside Scottish ). This badge has its original stout pin fitting as encountered on WW1 examples.

Col . D Wood No 448 refers.

Comm FB

Code: 63205

45.00 GBP


WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) White Metal Glengarry 4th Pattern Cap Badge

WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) White Metal Glengarry 4th Pattern Cap Badge

Scarce and original die struck white metal cap badge in good condition with original brooch pin to the reverse. As worn in WW1 by 20th , 21st , 22nd , 23rd and 29th (Service) Battalions, The Northumberland Fusiliers (Tyneside Scottish). This pattern was introduced in 1916 and not worn in WW2. Some signs of service wear otherwise in good condition.

Col . D Wood No 451 refers

Comm FB

Code: 63117

55.00 GBP


WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) 2nd pattern White Metal Cap Badge, introduced April 1915

WW1 Tyneside Scottish ( 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 29th Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers ) 2nd pattern White Metal Cap Badge, introduced April 1915

Scarce and original white metal cap badge (with the more lion-like looking lion) in good condition with original brooch pin to the reverse. As worn in WW1 by 20th , 21st , 22nd , 23rd and 29th (Service) Battalions, The Northumberland Fusiliers ( Tyneside Scottish ). This badge has a nice curve to it and original stout pin fitting as encountered on WW1 examples.

Col . D Wood No 448 refers.

G140.2

Code: 62773

SOLD


12th London Regiment ( The Rangers ) Blackened Cap Badge

12th London Regiment ( The Rangers ) Blackened Cap Badge

A blackened die struck brass cap badge with original slider (tip bent over to retain it in cap). This is the third pattern king's crown cap badge as worn 1937 - 1952, when they became part of the KRRC. Some wear to finish but this is attractive and gives it a good patina.

Comm FB

Code: 58954

25.00 GBP


WW1 Northumberland Fusiliers Other Ranks Brass Cap Badge

WW1 Northumberland Fusiliers Other Ranks Brass Cap Badge

A worn example with owner's name scratched to reverse. Looks like "Cassidy". In good overall condition. Lovely patina.

Comm FB

Code: 63105

15.00 GBP