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Calcutta Light Horse ( CLH ) Forage Cap / Collar badge

Calcutta Light Horse ( CLH ) Forage Cap / Collar badge


The Calcutta Light Horse was raised in 1872 and formed part of the Cavalry Reserve in the British Indian Army. The regiment was disbanded following India's independence in 1947. This is a cast, of two part construction with two original lugs to the reverse. Small at circa 3.2cm tall, for wear in forage cap or perhaps on collar too. Of good quality, possibly officer's issue.
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Code: 55579

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Exceedingly Rare Aide-de-camp Officer's Silver and Gilt Cap Badge - Denoting a member of the personal staff of Edward, Prince of Wales, Made for the Royal Tour to India & Burma  in 1921 - 22

Exceedingly Rare Aide-de-camp Officer's Silver and Gilt Cap Badge - Denoting a member of the personal staff of Edward, Prince of Wales, Made for the Royal Tour to India & Burma in 1921 - 22


Two part construction, gilt still bright and in good condition. Circa 4.5cm tall with one of two blades remaining to reverse. This sale is for this badge only. The others depicted are for comparison purposes and listed elsewhere for sale on this site.

Worn during the visit by Edward, Prince of Wales, later Duke of Windsor to India & Burma November 17, 1921 - March 7,... read more

Code: 55186

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Exceedingly Rare Aide-de-camp Officer's Silver and Gilt Collar Badge - Denoting a member of the personal staff of Edward, Prince of Wales, Made for the Royal Tour to India & Burma  in 1921 - 22

Exceedingly Rare Aide-de-camp Officer's Silver and Gilt Collar Badge - Denoting a member of the personal staff of Edward, Prince of Wales, Made for the Royal Tour to India & Burma in 1921 - 22


A stunning two part construction collar badge, with bright gilt. regretably I only have the one. Circa 3cm tall and with two original lugs to the reverse. This sale is for this badge only. The others depicted are for comparison purposes and listed elsewhere for sale on this site.

Worn during the visit by Edward, Prince of Wales, later Duke of Windsor to India & Burma... read more

Code: 55185

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Rare Orderlies or Servants Brass Cap Badge - Denoting a member of the personal staff of Edward, Prince of Wales, Made for the Royal Tour to India & Burma in 1921 - 22

Rare Orderlies or Servants Brass Cap Badge - Denoting a member of the personal staff of Edward, Prince of Wales, Made for the Royal Tour to India & Burma in 1921 - 22


Die struck brass cap badge with two original lugs to the reverse. Circa 4.4cm tall and 2.5cm wide. Appears to have been laquered. In excellent condition with sharp detail.


Worn during the visit by Edward, Prince of Wales, later Duke of Windsor to India & Burma November 17, 1921 - March 7, 1922. He sailed on HMS Renown.  read more

Code: 55183

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Indian Auxiliary Army - Kolar Gold Fields ( KGF )  Mounted Rifles Silvered White Metal Shoulder Title - Pre 1917

Indian Auxiliary Army - Kolar Gold Fields ( KGF ) Mounted Rifles Silvered White Metal Shoulder Title - Pre 1917


KGF / MOUNTED RIFLES Indian Army Kolar Gold Fields Mounted Rifles ( MR) officers shoulder title with two original lugs to the reverse.
Silvered finish. A very rare item. Circa 3.9cm wide and 2cm tall.  read more

Code: 55006

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11th Sikh Regiment / 3rd Battalion Other Ranks White Metal Turban Badge

11th Sikh Regiment / 3rd Battalion Other Ranks White Metal Turban Badge

Cast white metal with original long pin for wear on the front of the turban. Circa 4.5cm tall. In good condition.

The circular design of the quoit or chakran is a traditional Sikh motif, and this pattern was worn post 1922 by the 3rd Battalion ( Rattrays ) - originally the Bengal Military Police Battalion, formed in 1856. read more

Code: 54916

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Indian Army: 1st Punjab Regiment Officers Side Cap Badge

Indian Army: 1st Punjab Regiment Officers Side Cap Badge


An extremely fine forage side cap badge to the 1st Punjab Regiment, post 1922, with two original lugs to the reverse. A small die cast badge of circa 3cm wide and 3cm tall. Small crack line to right of elephant's ear, possible a die flaw, but this does not go through the badge. Indian made in unmarked silver and of special super quality. A stunner!
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Code: 54900

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Indian Army - Kolar Gold Fields (Infantry) Battalion Silver marked Spoon

Indian Army - Kolar Gold Fields (Infantry) Battalion Silver marked Spoon


An attractive and scarce Indian Army Auxiliary Forces silver tea soon. Marked Silver, and maker marked. Circa 11.3cm long.

Kolar Gold Fields are believed to be the second deepest gold mines in the world. Situated at a distance of approximately 120km from Bangalore.

The Auxiliary Force (India) (AFI) was a part-time, paid volunteer organisation within the Ind... read more

Code: 53335

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Indian Princely States - Scindia State Forces Gilt Pagri Badge - Gaunt Pattern Archive

Indian Princely States - Scindia State Forces Gilt Pagri Badge - Gaunt Pattern Archive


A very attractive badge to Indian Princely States - Scindia State Forces Pagri Badge, die-struck in the form of a cobra snake, complete with both lugs on reverse.

Overall very good condition and retains all of its gilding finish and its original lugs.

Vendor claimed it was one of the original badges from the Gaunt Pattern Archive, this being the original... read more

Code: 52648

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72nd Punjabis Regiment Officer's Sterling Silver hallmarked Cap Badge

72nd Punjabis Regiment Officer's Sterling Silver hallmarked Cap Badge


An extremely attractive and scarce sterling silver badge of peacock design, complete with original stout pagri pin fitting and with 1921 hallmarks with maker's mark JRG & S (J R Gaunt & Sons). circa 3.4cm in height.
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Code: 52647

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