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Royal Welsh Fusiliers

A 1st pattern other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with brass slider to reverse grenade in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal.

(KK624) Pre 1920
Condition: GC

Code: 55926Price: 10.00 GBP


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The 12th (Prince of Wales's Royal) Lancers

A other ranks die-cast bi-metal badge with brass slider to reverse and brazing hole to back of coronet, the motto and lower portion of the lance-pennons along with plumes in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal.

KK768: Circa 1930-1953
Condition: GC

Code: 55925Price: 14.00 GBP


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The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)

A scarce 2nd pattern other ranks die-struck gilding-metal badge with two loops to reverse.

KK596: Circa 1882 - 1914
Condition: GC

Code: 55924Price: 18.00 GBP


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The 7th Queens Own Hussars

A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal example with brass slider and four brazing holes to reverse, monogram in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal.

KK760: Circa 1901-1955
Condition: Good to VGC

Code: 55923Price: 24.00 GBP


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4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards

A other ranks die-struck white-metal badge with two lugs to reverse.
The regiments title was changed to include Royal in 1936 by Army Order 182/1936.

KK742: Post 1922
Condition: Good to VGC

Code: 55922Price: 16.00 GBP


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The Band of The Dragoon Guards

A plated and gilt die-cast badge with slider and bottom of reverse of badge inscribed with makers name FIRMIN, with dark blue enamel circlet with silver plated center and remainder in gilt.

Condition: GC

Code: 55921Price:


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1st (Royal) Dragoons

A other ranks gold and silver anodised badge with slider to reverse inscribed with makers name J.R. GAUNT B'HAM, laurel-wreath and plinth in silver-anodised remainder in gold-anodised.

KK1893: Circa Post 1962
Condition: VGC

Code: 55918Price: 10.00 GBP


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17th/21st Lancers

An other ranks die-stamped white-metal badge with brass slider to reverse, known as the 'Motto' within the regiment.
The Regiment was formed in 1759 by Colonel Hale after General Wolfe’s death at the Battle of Quebec, he was commissioned to raise the 17th Light Dragoons. In memory of Wolfe’s death, their famous cap badge is a skull and crossed bones and their motto ‘Death or Glory’.

KK782: Post 1927
Condition: Good to VGC

Code: 55917Price: 16.00 GBP


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Royal Dragoons

A scarce gold and silver embroidered Bullion badge of an gold right facing eagle with silver laurel-wreath and numerals 105.

Circa 1915-1919
Condition: Good to VGC

Code: 55916Price:


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Denbighshire Yeomanry

A die-stamped badge of The Prince of Wales's plumes, coronet and motto in bronzed-brass with brass slider to reverse.

KK1433: Circa Pre 1948
Condition: GC

Code: 55915Price: 30.00 GBP

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