In very good condition (some light stress marks to slider where it bends) maker marked Smith & Wright Ltd. Worn until amalgamation in 1971.
An early two part shoulder title, with a separate brass 1 above a LG, both with original hexagonal fixings. Circa 2.6cm wide and 1.3cm tall. Very good condition. Worn circa 1900 - 1913. Another set available if of interest, please email.
Westlake No 8 and Page 6 refer.
A die struck bronze cap badge on blades. Some wear to blades but otherwise in good condition. Worn 1902 - 1922.
Comm StWi (21)
A facing but none matching pair of bi-metal collar badges with original loops to the reverse of each. Also worn as a cap badge.
Comm StWi (37)
Of superior quality with evidence of silver plating on the lugs so most likely a senior NCOs cap badge. With two original loops to the reverse. Gilt overlaid scroll. In good condition.
K&K Vol1 No 752 refers.
Comm StWi (31)
A good King George VI die cast bronze Officers Service Dress example. Two original blades to the reverse. Maker marked Maples & Beasley B'Ham. This firm mainly made badges for officers. Worn 1937 - 1952.
Comm StWi (22)
Die struck with two original blades to the reverse. Good detail and in very good condition. It is not unusual to find other ranks badges for the Household Cavalry fitted with blades. King's Crown.
Comm StWi (59)
Gilt and enamel officer's cap badge with frosted silver plated overlay of Crown and lion, with two original loops to the reverse. A lovely badge and gilt bright. Circa 4.2cm tall. No damage to blue enamel. Worn 1922 - 1952.
A good facing pair (a close match) of white metal collar badges. Two original lugs to the reverse of each, one with verdigris to lugs, oherwise in very good condition.
In good condition with two hexagonal fittings to the reverse. Worn from 1939. See item 60997 for the smaller officers' pattern
Westlake No 197 refers.
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