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The Rifle Brigade (Prince Consorts Own)
A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse.
KK705: Pre 1927
Condition: Good to VGC
Code: 55763Price: 10.00 GBP
5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards
A other ranks white-metal badge with the VDG (5th Dragoon Guards) monogram below the St.Edwards crown, a brass slider to reverse.
KK1891: Pre 1960
Code: 55762Price: 14.00 GBP
Inns of Court (O.T.C)
A die-stamped gilding-metal example with two loops to reverse.
KK1859: Pre 1932
Code: 55761Price: 14.00 GBP
1st King's Dragoon Guards
A 2nd pattern other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, the star and crown in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal.
In 1959 the regiment was merged with the 2nd Dragoon Guards to form the 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards.
KK735: Circa 1915-1938
Code: 55760Price: 26.00 GBP
The 3rd/6th Dragoon Guards
A scarce pair of die-stamped shoulder titles with two fixing lugs to reverse.
Westlake 47: Circa 1922-1928
Code: 55759Price: 18.00 GBP
Leeds University O.T.C.
A gold anodised example of a winged Sphinx with scroll below inscribed OFFICER TRAINING CORPS, SLIDER TO REVERSE INSCRIBED with makers name J.R.GAUNT LONDON
KK2463: Post 1990
Code: 55758Price: 12.00 GBP
Royal Dublin Fusiliers
A scarce other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with 4 brazing holes, two for the grenade and two on the scroll with brass slider fitting.
KK702: Pre 1922
Code: 55757Price: 36.00 GBP
Royal Armoured Corps
A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal example with a brass slider to reverse.
KK1918: Pre 1942
Condition: Polishing to high points GC
Code: 55756Price: 12.00 GBP
The Gloucestershire Regiment 5th & 6th Battalions
A other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge of the Sphinx on a blank tablet above two sprigs of laurel with brass slider to reverse.
KK1720: Circa 1920 - 1938
14th Kings Hussars
This is the 3rd pattern (smaller) badge and was only in existence for a period of 7 years, a die-struck gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse known within the regiment as the Cartwheel.
The unit was first raised as a British Army light cavalry regiment in Southern England in 1715, in 1922 the regiment was amalgamated with The 20th Hussars to form the 14th/20th Hussars.
KK774: Circa 1915-1922
Condition: High points polished otherwise GC
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