A Beautiful Quality Bright / Frosted Gilt Victorian Period Officer Cadet Helmet Plate Centre Piece. Within a Laurel Wreath a Pierced Strap Inscribed: NEC ASPERA TERRENT, Latin: “Hardships Do Not Deter Us”. In the Centre the Royal Cypher of Queen Victoria (VR). Quality Die Str
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An Exceptionally Nice, Scarce, Quality, Victorian Period Example of An Ordinary Ranks (OR’s) White Metal Glengarry Badge to: The West Kent Militia / Light Infantry Militia. Set Within a Strung Bugle (Facing Left as Observed from the Front) The White Horse of Kent Standing on a
A Lovely Victorian Period Quality White Metal Ordinary Ranks (OR’s) General Pattern Shako Plate / Badge to: The Militia Battalions. On an Eight Pointed Star Surmounted by a Queen Victoria Crown (QVC) The Royal Crest of Queen Victoria within the Garter HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE.
A Lovely Early Quality White Metal, Possibly Senior None Commissioned Officers (NCO’s) Collar Badge to: The Queens Own West Kent (Yeomanry) Hussars. Title Scroll Reading: INVICTA, Latin for “Undefeated / Unconquered” Surmounted by a Rearing White Horse of Kent. Facing Left
An Exceptionally Scarce Light Company, 97th (Earl of Ulster’s) Regiment of Foot (later to become: The 2nd Battalion, The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment) Ordinary Ranks (OR’s) Albert Shako / Helmet Plate / Badge. Numerals 97 surmounted by a Stringed Bugle on a horizontall
An Exceptionally Nice, Scarce, Quality, Victorian Period Heavy Cast Nickel Silver Officers (Off’s) / Senior None Commissioned Officers (NCO’s) Pipers Plaid Brooch to the: 79th (Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders) Regiment. A Sphinx: Female Bare Breasted, Tail Down, over an Hon
A Very Nice, Rare Pre WW1 Blackened Brass / Bronze Officers (Off’s) Field Service / Side Hat Badge to: 21st County of London Battalion (1st Surrey Rifles). The Order of Bath / Maltese Cross with South Africa 1900 - 02on the Top Arm & 1803 (Formation Date of the 1s
An Unfortunate WW1 Letter, part of communications between a Soldiers Father / Family & the Territorial Force Records Office, Warwick enquiring about a Casualty Report pertaining to their Son. Territorial Force Record Office Coten End Warwick 12th Aug 1916. Relative Mr. S.
A Lovely Ordinary Ranks (OR’s) Gilding Metal small Rear Headdress Badge (BACKBADGE) to: the 4th, 5th & 6th Territorial Battalions of The Gloucestershire Regiment. Sphinx over Blank Honour Plinth, encircled by Two Twigs of Laurel joined at the top. Worn by Ordinary Ranks (OR
A Lovely Condition & Very Scarce Officers Service Dress (OSD) Bronze Front Headdress Badge to: the 4th, 5th & 6th Territorial Battalions of The Gloucestershire Regiment. Sphinx over Blank Honour Plinth on Two Twigs of Laurel Leaves, Title Scroll Reads: GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Ca
A lovely Quality Victorian Example of an Ordinary Ranks (OR’s) White Glengarry Badge to: Volunteer Battalions of The Royal Scots (The Lothian Regiment). To the Centre St Andrew and Cross above Title Scroll Reading: THE ROYAL SCOTS. Backed by the Star of the Order of the Thistle
A lovely Quality, Victorian Period, Silver Plated, Volunteer Battalion Officers Cross / Pouch / Belt Plate / Ornament to: The 1st Volunteer Battalion, The Royal Warwickshire Regiment. A Maltese Cross with a Lion Placed in between Each Division Surmounted by a Queen Victoria Crown