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15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars

A facing pair of die-struck bi-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each, scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal. The Motto on the scroll 'Merebimur' (means 'We Shall Be Worthy')

Post 1901
Condition: Good to VGC

Code: 55863Price: 18.00 GBP


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3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wale's Dragoon Guards)(Collars)

A matching pair of other ranks die-stamped bi-metal collar badges with two lugs to reverse of each and brazing holes to scroll and coronet, the scroll and coronet in gilding-metal remainder in white-metal.

(KK1888) Circa 1929-1963
Condition: GC

Code: 55862Price: 20.00 GBP


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16th The Queens Lancers (Collars)

A other ranks die-stamped bi-metal pair of collar badge with two loops and brazing holes to reverse, lower lance pennons, numerals and scroll in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal.

KK781: Post 1905
Condition: Good to VGC

Code: 55861Price:


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4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards

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

KK742: Circa 1930-1964
Condition: Good to VGC

Code: 55856Price: 20.00 GBP


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The Royal Welsh Fusiliers

A large two piece die-stamped gilding-metal collar badge with two lugs to reverse, a nine flamed grenade with seperate dragoon secured with pin fittings.

Churchill 641/642
Condition? GC

Code: 55853Price: 14.00 GBP


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7th The Queen's Own Hussars

A scarce Victorian matching pair of other ranks collar badges in bi-metal, the monogram QO in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal both with two toned loops and brazing holes to reverse.

As KK759: Circa 1896-1901
Condition: Pristine

Code: 55838Price: 42.00 GBP


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7th (The Princess Royals) Dragoon Guards

A scarce 1st pattern die-stamped facing pair of white-metal collar badges showing the crest of Earl Ligonier with two toned lugs to reverse of each.

As KK748: Circa 1896-1906
Condition: VGC

Code: 55837Price: 40.00 GBP


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13th Hussars (Victorian)

A pair of Victorian other ranks die-struck bi-metal collar badges with two toned lugs to reverse of each, the Roman numerals in white-metal remainder in gilding-metal.

As KK769: Circa 1898-1901
Condition: Good to VGC

Code: 55836Price: 36.00 GBP


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20th Hussars

A other ranks die-cast pair of gilding-metal collar badges with two loops to reverse of each and a makers mark ? & Co varley visable.
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.

As KK793: Circa 1901-1921
Condition: GC

Code: 55826Price: 34.00 GBP


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14th King's Hussars

A scarce pair of Victorian/Edwardian other ranks die-struck white-metal collar badges of a Prussian eagle with two loops to reverse of each.

Circa 1900-1904
Condition: VGC

Code: 55824Price: 34.00 GBP

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