A large undress two part silver plated Officer's Sabretache badge of East Kent Yeomanry c. 1820 - 1840, this pattern could equally have been worn on the bell top shako. Sadly there is some damage (which I have drawn in with a pencil): a section of the ‘Invicta’ scroll is missing and one of the forelegs is broken and absent. There is a separate large and matching St. Edward’s crown with identical loop fittings to the other part. which is in good condition. The main horse section including scroll is circa 13.5cm tall. Historically important and rare.
See pouch badge listed separately as item 59647.
A nicely die cast badge with good colour, little service wear and two original blade fixings. In very good condition. Worn 1898 - 1969.
An officer's small sized OSD die cast bronze cap badge with two original long blades to the reverse (unbent). Maker's mark J&Co ( Jennens & Co ) stamped in reverse of crown dates this to 1902 - 1924. Circa 3.4cm tall, similar to collar badge size. Most probably for wear in the Field Service Cap. In superb condition with good colour and rare.
K&K Vol 1 No 737 refers.
A scarce OSD officers cap badge with two original blades to the reverse. As usual, not recommended to play with the blades as they can get brittle with age. In very good condition. Pre 1922.
K&K Vol 1 No 788 refers.
A pre 1922 small pattern field service cap badge, die cast in bronze with two original loops to the reverse. Circa 3.1cm tall. In superb condition.
Die cast with two original loops to the reverse of each. Flags flying to left. Very good condition and scarce.
A very fine vintage embroidered gold and silver wire Prince of Wales's plumes. On black felt backing. Some edge wear to black felt backing especially on bottom right otherwise in very good condition with some age to it.
Die cast, two part construction with two original long loops to the reverse. Circa 4.3cm wide. In very good condition, some bending to loops and minor wear to gilt on the high points. Worn 1920 - 1956.
K&K Vol2 No 1496 refers (page 126).
A scarce OSD die cast Bronze cap badge with two original blades to the reverse. No damage to lances or pennons, correct font. Sharp detail. Pre 1922.
Die cast silver plated plumes with applied gilt coronet. Circa 3.9cm tall. Two long silver plated loops to the reverse. Some wear and twisting to lugs otherwise in good bright condition.
The final photo shows a comparison of this item against the other ranks pattern, for sale elsewhere (item 58069).
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