Die struck brass cap badge with original slider (the slider dates it to circa 1910 - 11), slightly bent from service wear otherwise in good condition and scarce.
Large pattern with two original loops to the reverse. In very good condition. Worn until shortly after WW2.
Westlake No 443
A die struck brass cap badge with original slider. Stress mark to top of slider where it bends to meet the crown, so some care required in handling this not to weaken it further.
Good scarce die-cast brass Edwardian Royal Cypher with two original flat connector style loops to the reverse. Circa 4.1cm tall. In very good condition, but appears to have been lacquered. (The Norfolk Yeomanry badge was larger than this).
K&K Vol 1 No 1053 refers.
Comm StWi ((4)(b)
Brass cap badge with original slider to the reverse. In the form of the Royal Cypher for King George V. As worn 1911 to 1935. Circa 4cm tall. In good condition.
A one piece brass shoulder title as worn by the London Royal Engineer Territorials. With three original loops to the reverse and original brass backing plate with single cotter pin. Brass dull, could do with a light polish, otherwise in very good condition. Worn 1908 onwards by the 1st & 2nd Divisional Companies, the London Balloon Company, Telegraph / Signals Company and London Electrical Engineers.
Westlake No 535 refers.
Comm BoHa (6)
A good facing pair (but not matching) of white metal collar badges. Two original lugs to the reverse of each.
In very good condition with original slider and maker marked JR Gaunt London. This pattern officially worn in brass and white metal from 1948 onwards. As this is Kings crown with GVI cpyher, this pattern was worn from 1948 until 1956.
K&K Vol 2 No 1933 refers.
Comm StWi (39)
In very good condition, full size cap badge of two part construction with two original blades to the reverse. Mounted wheel (does not turn). King's crown. Worn circa 1902 - 1952. Gilt bright.
Comm StWi (11)
In good condition full size cap badge of two part construction with all three original blades to the reverse (some signs of rippling from service wear) and maker marked JR Gaunt London. Mounted wheel (does not turn). King's crown. Worn circa 1902 - 1952. As ever, suggest you do not play with the blades as they get brittle with age.
Comm StWi (15)
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