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Gurkha Officers (non 2GR) Lieutenant Colonels Blackened Metal Rank Insignia

Gurkha Officers (non 2GR) Lieutenant Colonels Blackened Metal Rank Insignia

As worn by British Army Gurkha Regiments other than 2GR who would have had a red backing to the QEII crown. In good condition. This item comes directly from a former Gurkha officer. In good condition.

DRW 74

Code: 62921

10.00 GBP


WW2 Printed Warrant Officer  Crown & Wreath  on Khaki Cloth

WW2 Printed Warrant Officer Crown & Wreath on Khaki Cloth

Removed from uniform, in very good condition with bright colouring.


Davis No 599 refers.

Coll

Code: 59718

10.00 GBP


WW2 Printed Warrant Officer 2nd / 3rd Class Crown on  Khaki Cloth

WW2 Printed Warrant Officer 2nd / 3rd Class Crown on Khaki Cloth

Removed from uniform, in very good condition with bright colouring.

Coll

Code: 59717

10.00 GBP


WW2 Printed War Service Chevron - 4 Years

WW2 Printed War Service Chevron - 4 Years

Removed from uniform, in very good condition and colours bright.

Coll

Code: 59720

5.00 GBP


British Army Signallers Embroidered Khaki Cloth Proficiency Trade Arm Badge - Flags Crossed

British Army Signallers Embroidered Khaki Cloth Proficiency Trade Arm Badge - Flags Crossed

As worn by Telegraphist RE and Qualified Signalers. Some glue spots to the reverse otherwise in very good condition.

A183

Code: 57700

8.00 GBP


Royal Irish Rangers Pipers Embroidered Arm Badge

Royal Irish Rangers Pipers Embroidered Arm Badge

An attractive pipers badge of the Royal Irish Rangers, in unissued condition.

The Royal Irish Rangers (27th (Inniskilling), 83rd and 87th) was a regular infantry regiment of the British Army with a relatively short existence, formed in 1968 and later merged with the Ulster Defence Regiment in 1992 to form the Royal Irish Regiment.

D80.2

Code: 62145

18.00 GBP


Embroidered Cloth Proficiency Diamond Efficiency Badge as worn by Volunteer Rifle Corps / Volunteer Battalions, 1879 -  1909

Embroidered Cloth Proficiency Diamond Efficiency Badge as worn by Volunteer Rifle Corps / Volunteer Battalions, 1879 - 1909

Introduced in 1879 and withdrawn from wear in 1909 (I can confirm this for definite as I have a sealed pattern of this item in my own collection and it has been annotated as such). Worn on the lower right sleeve just above the Austrian knot. It was awarded to volunteers "returned as efficient in rifle drill and practice in the last annual return of their Corps". The white diamond on scarlet was worn by volunteer infantry (but not rifle battalions which wore black on scarlet). Sanctioned obsolete in 1909. Item 32A in "British Army Proficiency Badges" refers. Removed from uniform so shows some signs of wear but in generally good condition.

Edwards & Langley, No 32A refers.

Code: 58333

22.00 GBP


WW2 Printed Senior NCOs Royal Artillery Cannon Arm Badge on  Khaki Cloth

WW2 Printed Senior NCOs Royal Artillery Cannon Arm Badge on Khaki Cloth


Removed from uniform, in very good condition with bright colouring. Great condition.

Coll

Code: 59719

12.00 GBP


Set of six matched British Army Officers Gilt and Enamel Rank Epualetter Badges / Pips / Bath Stars

Set of six matched British Army Officers Gilt and Enamel Rank Epualetter Badges / Pips / Bath Stars

A matched set of six, each circa 3cm across. In very good condition. Tria Juncta in Uno.

Coll

Code: 62908

12.00 GBP


British Gurkha Rifles Infantry Regiments Officers Epaulette Ribbon Strip

British Gurkha Rifles Infantry Regiments Officers Epaulette Ribbon Strip

Unissued condition, a strip of ribbon silk coloured green , black, green, red, green, black green, circa 1.4cm tall and cm wide. As worn by officers only of British King's / Queen's Gurkha Infantry Regiments to distinguish them from their Indian counterparts post Independence. Authorised in 1950 and worn lengthwise on the epaulette underneath the badges of rank. Additional quantities /lengths available if required, please email.

BoBD (Jon Mills) No 4757 refers.

DRW 67

Code: 62894

6.00 GBP