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20th Hussars

A other ranks die-stamped gilding-metal badge with brass slider to reverse.
Initially formed in 1858 as The 2nd Bengal European Light Cavalry, then 3 years later transferred to the British Army being converted into a Hussars Regiment taking the vacant numeral 20 in the cavalry order of precedence.

KK793: Circa 1901-1921
Condition: GC

Code: 55889Price: 26.00 GBP


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The Royal Dragoons (1st Dragoons)(Officer)

A scarce example of an Officers die-cast bronze badge with 2 bronze-blades to reverse.

KK1893: Circa 1949-1959
Condition: VGC

Code: 55888Price: 38.00 GBP


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1st (Royal) Dragoons

A die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal.

KK751: Circa1901-1949
Condition: GC

Code: 55887Price: 20.00 GBP


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16th The Queens Lancers

A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and brazing holes to scroll, lower lance pennons, numerals and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal.

KK781: Post 1905
Condition: Good to VGC

Code: 55886Price:


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26th Hussars

A die-struck gilding-metal badge of a Prussian Eagle above a scroll inscribed XXVI HUSSARS. One of the six Regiments formed in WWII.

KK1916: Circa 1941-1945
Condition: Good to VGC

Code: 55885Price: 30.00 GBP


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24th Hussars

A scarce die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse. This was one of six Regiments formed in WWII and possibly one of the scarces badges of the six along with 25th Dragoons however alot of copies of this exist (this is not one). The Regiment was formed in December 1940 and was disbanded towards the end of July 1944 due to heavy casualties and limited reinforcements,with most of its personnel being transferred to other regiments mostly the 23rd Hussars.

KK1914: Circa 1940-1944
Condition: VGC

Code: 55884Price: 58.00 GBP


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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: GC

Code: 55882Price: 38.00 GBP


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7th (The Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards

A scarce 1st pattern (Victorian/Edwardian) badge die-struck in white-metal of the Crest of Earl Ligonier with three loops to reverse. In 1922 the regiment was amalgamated with the 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards to form the 4th/7th Dragoon Guards.

KK748: Circa 1896-1922
Condition: VGC

Code: 55881Price: 54.00 GBP


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7th (The Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards


A other ranks 2nd pattern badge die-struck in gilding-metal of the Crest of Earl Ligonier with a brass slider to reverse. In 1922 the regiment was amalgamated with the 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards to form the 4th/7th Dragoon Guards.

KK749: Circa 1906-1922
Condition: Good to VGC

Code: 55880Price: 28.00 GBP


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22nd Dragoons

A scarce short lived other ranks die-struck white-metal cap badge with brass slider to reverse voided Roman numerals to centre.

KK1912: Circa 1941-1945
Condition: VGC

Code: 55879Price: 34.00 GBP

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