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13th./ 18th. Royal Hussars. [Queen Mary's Own.]Rare unrecorded ? officers king's crown small gilt field service dress cap badge with slider fitting and makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. A crowned " Z " shaped scroll bearing the title, "Royal Hussars " upon the " QMO " cypher. N.B. All other patterns carry the XIII / XVIII roman numerals.
49th. Infantry Division. WW II early pattern printed example of the white polar bear on an ice-berg on a black background backed with a piece of khaki material. Composed mainly of Yorkshire Units the 49th. Division spent the early part of WW II in Iceland. Before joining 21st.Army Group for the invasion of Europe the design of the bear changed to the "Head-up " pattern.
Northumberland Fusiliers.Scarce WWI brass shoulder title with two loops to the reverse. A crowned harp above the title, " Tyneside Irish. " Worn with the title, " N.F. " and Battalion number,24,25,26,or 27. by the 1st.,2nd.,3rd.,or 4th., Tyneside Irish Battalions. [ Kitchener's Army war raised Service battalions ]
Suffolk Regiment.Scarce king's crown bi / metal cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The " Two-Tower " castle and "Gibraltar " honour to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the motto within a wreath of oak above the title scroll.
Canadian Infantry - C.E.F.WW I bi / metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The number " 6 " and a fort between the title scroll, "Western Canada " mounted upon a bronzed maple leaf.
Code: 22130Price: 45.00 GBP
Shanghai Volunteer Corps.Scarce bi /metal cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The " SVC " monogram upon a multi-rayed star above a scroll bearing " 4th. April 1854 ". This date commemorates the battle fought by the SVC with British and American sailors and marines against the Imperial Chinese forces.
Border Regiment.Scarce brass early pattern shoulder title," Border ". Worn by the 2nd. Battalion Border Regiment. [See item 21844 for more information.]
Code: 22128Price: 35.00 GBP
77th. Infantry Division. WW II printed example of King Arthur's sword " Excalibur " rising from the water on a black background, above a dark green " Rifle Regiment " arm of service strip still affixed to a section of battledress material. The 77th. Division was mostly made up from Battalions of Regiments from the West Country.
Royal Leicestershire Regiment.Mint condition bi / metal full size cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The Royal Tiger and the main honour " Hindoostan " above the title scroll, " Royal Leicestershire ". Worn only for a short time after 1946 before the smaller beret badge came into use.
Worcestershire Regiment. Scarce WW II printed yellow on green shoulder title displaying the Regiment's motto, " FIRM ". Worn only by the 11th. Battalion Worcestershire Regiment.
Code: 22125Price: 110.00 GBP
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