Die struck in very good condition with original slider to the reverse (applied slightly off-centre). Sharp detail.
A cap and collar set with loops and fixing studs. All in excellent condition. One collar back stamped with a reference code.
The 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's) (VIII CH) is the longest-serving armoured regiment in the Canadian Army. It was formed on the 4 April 1848 in New Brunswick. Today it is a reserve armoured reconnaissance regiment with two squadrons. Its Regimental Headquarters (RHQ) and A Squadron are located in Moncton with B Squadron located in Sussex, New Brunswick.
Comm StWi (67)
Pickled Brass, flat backed cap badge with two orignal loops to the reverse and embossed with the maker's details "Service Supply / Rochester" (USA not Kent, UK). Circa 4.4cm tall. In very good condition. A very hard one to come by. Rare.
Comm StWi (36)
A browning copper cap badge as worn by Canadian Battalions of the CEF (sometimes mistakenly assumed to be a brass WW1 economy badge worn by the Black Watch). With two original loops, but both of these have some damage and one is split open slightly but still functional, otherwise in good condition.
Babin E-42 refers.
Comm StWi (35)
A large brass badge with two original loops to the reverse. In very good condition. Circa 5.4cm tall.
Worn from 1940.
Mazea's No S.20 refers.
Removed from uniform, some edge wear but in reasonable condition.
A large pattern die struck 3D cap badge with two original loops to the reverse, which have been straightened and reshaped but still fully functional. Circa 5.2cm tall. King's crown so pre 1952. In very good condition.
A 3D collar badge in die struck brass with two original loops to the reverse, which are a bit out of shape but still fully functional. Circa 3.2cm tall. King's crown so pre 1952. Not seen a collar badge with the two tablet configuration like this before, the one of the left reverse reading 'JR Gaunt / Montreal' and the one on the right 'Made in England', although I have seen it on the larger pattern cap badge (see my item 62579 - now sold).
A scarce brass cap badge to the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery with King Edward cypher KEVII. Both original loops to the reverse. Circa 4.7cm tall and 4.5cm wide. A good stiff badge with minor signs of service wear.
Mazeas No MS 10 refers.
Maple leaf design, this is an attractive and unusual item and would display well with an original badge of the same. 40mm by 36mm. In good condition.
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