WW1 Canadian Valcartier Camp Bronze Watch Fob Bronzed Spelter Medallion
Circa 23mm in diameter, a fairly crude medallion with comes with a perished leather strap and buckle (the latter not photographed) but will be included for the sake of poosterity. Obverse shows musketeers in slouch hats the reverse a canadian maple leave with the names of the allies and the date 1914. Some wear to the finish of the reverse otherwise in good condition.
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8PLNB/HRS 8th Princess Louises New Brunswick Hussars Brass Shoulder Title
The regiment was raised as the New Brunswick Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry in 1866 being redesignated as the 8th Princess Louise’s New Brunswick Regiment of Cavalry in 1872. After a number of other minor changes in designation the regiment became the 8th Princess Louise’s New Brunswick Hussars in August 1892 a name it was to retain until after WWII. In WWI the regiment provided a Squadro... read more
Boer War Vintage Canada Militia 'Winged' Brass Shoulder Title - Gaunt Montreal
A solid brass title with two original loops and maker marked JR Gaunt Montreal (Canada). In very good condition and rare.
See the following forum for identification:
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WW2 Canadian Forestry Corps Gilt Brass Collar Badge
A small version of the cap badge for this unit which existed from 1940 until 1945. Circa 2.5cms tall with two original loops to the reverse. Much scarcer than the cap badge so I assume the collar badges were officer issue only. Some twisting to the lugs otherwise in very good condition
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5th Canadian Royal Scots of Canada Regiment Glengarry Badge / Canadian Black Watch Sporran Badge
Worn as a glengarry badge 1884 - 1906 and then in WW1 by their successors, the 5th Regiment Royal Highlanders (Canadian Black Watch). See the final photo for a copy of it being worn as such (copy photo to be supplied). In good condition with sharp detail and two original dark toned loops to the reverse. A large badge at circa 6.8cms wide.
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Post WW2 Newfoundland OCA Frosted Silver Lapel Badge - For Service in the Forces
In great condition with original horseshoe fixing, maker marked JR Gaunt London. Scarce.
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191st (Southern Alberta) Battalion WW1 CEF Canadian Brass Shoulder Title - Caron Bros 1916
A scarce bronze battalion shoulder title to the 191st "South Alberta " Battalion. Two original lugs to the reverse. Circa 3cms wide and 1.3cms tall. Maker marked Caron Bros 1916. Stain to the top of the first numeral.
The 191st (Southern Alberta) Battalion, CEF, was a unit in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War. Based in Macleod, Alberta, the unit bega... read more
WW1 NFLD Newfoundland Regiment Large Brass Shoulder Title
Brass shoulder title with two original 2 loops to reverse (slightly squashed but still functional), otherwise in very good condition. Of Canadian interest.
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Canadian Militia - 96th Lake Superior Regiment Cap Badge - Hicks
A superb large chocolate brown die struck cap badge with two original loops to the reverse with makers disc Hicks & Sons London to the reverse.
The unit was given this title in 1905 and dropped the 96th in 1920. They were mobilised in August 1914 for local protective duty.
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WW2 Canadian Army Trade Proficiency Embroidered White T on Khaki Cloth Disc
Sealed 12th May 1943, khaki melton embroidered with a white letter T, hessian backed. In very good condition. believed to be a Canadian HQ female typist and telephonist qualification badge, but happy to be corrected.
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