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Victorian Officers Waist Belt Clasp To Prince Alberts Light Infantry. Sn 16486 - 16486
This is a Victorian officer’s belt clasp to Prince Alberts Light Infantry. The clasp dates to 1881 when under the Childers Reforms the old 13th Foot became Prince Alberts Light Infantry (Somersetshire Regiments), however within months the regiments title had changed to Prince Alberts (Somersetshire Light Infantry) making this belt clast a short lived pattern. The male portion has the strung bugle with 13 and a crown with Jellalabad. The female portion carries the ‘Prince Alberts Light Infantry’ on a circle. Both portions carry the matching bench marks of 6. There is slight wear to the high points of the male portion due to polishing but overall the clasp is in excellent condition. The price includes U.K delivery. Sn. 16486

Set Of Scarce Royal Company Of Archers (Queens Bodyguard For Scotland) Sash And Hat Badges plus 2 Tunic Buttons. BA 623 - BA 623
This set comprises of Royal Company Of Archers (Queens Bodyguard For Scotland) Victorian gilt sash badge, a kings crown gilt sash badge, a kings crown gilt hat badge, a Victorian gilt tunic button and a kings crown gilt tunic button. All retain their original gilt finish with no damage to the enamelling. The set is displayed on a red felt board. These are a scarce and desirable set and the price includes U.K. delivery. BA 623

Sudan Defence Force Hallmarked Silver Officers Cap Badge. BA 896 - BA 896
This is a scarce Sudan Defence Force officers silver cap badge by WJD and is hallmarked for Birmingham in 1930. Originally the badge had a central screw post fitting but this has either broken or been removed. This has been replaced with a slider which appears to be contemporary. The Sudan Defence Force was a British Army unit formed in 1925 to maintain the boarders of the Sudan whilst under the British administration. During the Second World War the force also served beyond the Sudan in the East African Campaign and in the Western Desert campaign. Most of the officers of the Sudan Defence Force were British Army Officers on secondment for a few years whilst the troops were mostly local native troops. This is a very nice genuine hallmarked officers cap badge to a scarce unit. The price includes U.K. delivery. BA 896

SUPERB, 1981 ‘Great British Regiments’ Birmingham Mint, Cased Collection Of 52 Solid Sterling Silver Hallmarked Commemorative Coin Medallions & 52 Metal Regiment Badges Produced In Tribute To The 52 Time Honoured Regiments Of Line & Cert Of Authenticity - 15385
This collection titled ‘Great British Regiments’ was produced by the Birmingham Mint in 1981 in a limited edition production run of 3000 sets in tribute to 'The 52 Time Honoured Regiments Of The Line That Have passed Into Legend'. Each coin is 1.6 ozs and the rim of each are sterling silver London 1981 hallmarked. The 52 coins weigh a total of 83.2 ozs. Each coin has a Regiment name and motif on one side and the reverse a brief account of the Regiment’s most prominent battle honour or conflict in which the Regiment served. Each coin is accompanied by a full size metal Regiment cap badge. All of the coins and badges are in mint condition and are mounted on green felt covered display trays contained in its original wooden display case with brass reinforced edging carry handles and lock with 2 keys. The case measures 21 ½” x 14” x 5 ½”. The collection is accompanied by its original certificate of authenticity and illustrated booklet containing history of each of the 52 Regiments. The price for this impressive collection in mint condition includes UK delivery. Sn 15385

RARE, Original, British, Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry Kings Crown Gilded Metal Helmet Plate Issued For Use At The Coronation Of King Edward VII (9th August 1902). Sn 13907:29 - 13907:29
This is a large original Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry Helmet Plate. These plates were issued for use by the 3 Troops of Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry in attendance at The Coronation Of King Edward VII (9th August 1902). Less than 40 Troopers were present and this example is in excellent condition made of gilded metal and with the correct 4 screw posts in the centre of the badge. These plates are larger than the standard helmet plate which are brass with 2 posts. This is a rare helmet plate. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:29

Original, WW1 Era Imperial Prussian NCO Guard’s / Grenadier’s Infantry Pickelhaube Helmet Plate. Sn 13588 - 13588
This is a large original Imperial Prussian NCO Guard’s / Grenadier’s Infantry Pickelhaube Helmet Plate. The plate features the gilt brass Imperial Prussian Eagle With motto banner and central silvered metal star with central embossed Eagle and motto roundel. The curved Eagle is 7 ½” from wing tip to wing tip. The rear has the correct mounting rings. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13588

Victorian Other Ranks Helmet Plate To The Loyal North Lancashire's. BA 885 - BA 885
This is a very nice 'Other Ranks' helmet plate to the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) (until 1921 known as the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment) was a line infantry regiment of the British Army that was in existence from 1881 to 1970. It is the Star and Wreath two part construction with a separate removable central boss. It has 3 loops to the rear. It is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. BA 885

Pre WW1 C1902- 1914 British Kings Crown Manchester Regiment Helmet Plate. Sn 13349 - 13349
An original very good example of the crowned star pattern plate mounted with laurel wreath and garter. The centre carries the Manchester City heraldic coat of arms and the base of the wreath has a scroll with ‘The Manchester Regiment’ name. There are 3 loops to the reverse. A nice example of a pre WW1 helmet plate. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13349

British Scarce WW2 LDV (Local Defence Volunteers) / Home Guard Cloth Insignia Group. Sn. MISC 852 - MISC 852
This is an original group consisting of an early and scarce LDV (Local Defence Volunteers) brassard or armband, printed on khaki felt. These were only in existence between the 22nd May 1940 when the L.D.V. were officially formed and the 30th July 1940 when Winston Churchill decreed that their name would change to The Home Guard. The brassard has obviously been affixed to a uniform but is in excellent condition. There are also 3 other items of Home Guard material. A stitch on blouse patch, a shoulder title and a slip over collar title. All of these have been fixed to a uniform in the past, but like the brassard, are in excellent condition. This is a nice collection of LDV and Home Guard cloth insignia which could be the basis for a larger collection. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. MISC 852

A Large Frame Of 'Volunteer Artillery' Badges And Insignia 1859-1908. Sn 11633 - 11633
The frame is comprised of a large Victorian Crown helmet plate, a Busby Grenade Plume holder and Plume, a large Forage Cap Victorian Crown badge, two General Pattern Pagri Badges, two Grenade badges and Bullion Grenade Badges, a Standard King's Crown cap badge, two Victorian Crown Pouch or Belt Plates, one Victorian Crown Belt Buckle, one white metal Belt Buckle and three Victorian Epaulettes (one Bullion). The Volunteer Artillery wore white metal badges for other ranks and silver or silver plated for officers. Regular units wore gilt or brass badges. This is a very impressive display and would grace any collectors wall. ********* PLEASE NOTE IT HAS BEEN DIFFICULT TO PHOTOGRAPH THIS FRAME DISPLAY BECAUSE OF THE REFLECTION FROM THE GLASS, IT IS FAR MORE IMPRESSIVE THAN THE PHOTOGRAPHS DEPICT *********** The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11633
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