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Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars.
Pair of king's crown officers silvered collar badges. The crowned cypher of Queen Adelaide.

Code: 21787Price:


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Oxford University Rifle Volunteers.
Rare early pattern officers silver collar badge. A bugle horn surmounted by the Prince of Wales's plumes with the extended motto scrolls carrying the initials, "O.U.R.V."

Code: 21750Price:


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Leicestershire Volunteer Regiment.
Pair of white metal collar badges. Three English Lions to the centre of a wreath of laurel.

Code: 21698Price: 45.00 GBP


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South Staffordshire Regiment.
Pair of white metal other ranks collar badges with single lug fitting and original "Brown Holland " backing to the reverse.

Code: 21684Price: 20.00 GBP


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Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars.
Pair of officers bronze collar badges with makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. The crown and cypher of Queen Adelaide.

Code: 21672Price:


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Royal Armoured Corps.
Pair of king's crown officers bronze collar badges with makers details for Firmin London to the reverse. A mailed gauntlet bearing the " RAC" tablet to the centre of two concentric arrow-headed circles surmounted by the crown.

Code: 21649Price: 35.00 GBP


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Royal Army Educational Corps.
Rare pair of king's crown officers silver plated and gilt "Trial Pattern " collar badges with makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. A crowned open book backed by rifles and cavalry lances above the title scroll, "R.A.E.C. " . [See item 21478 for rare cap badge]

Code: 21488Price: 150.00 GBP


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27th. Lancers.
Pair of king's crown bi / metal collar badges. The crown and the number "27" between a pair of crossed cavalry lances with an elephant's head to the centre. [Raised in 1940 and disbanded by 1948]

Code: 21476Price:


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Queens Own Oxfordshire Hussars.
Pair of white metal collar badges. The crowned cypher of Queen Adelaide.

Code: 21433Price: 30.00 GBP


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Army Motor Reserve.
Rare single bronze collar badge. The motto scroll "Subito" across an arrow. This was an all officer Corps formed in 1906 from the Motor Volunteer Corps providing transport for Staff Officers but was disbanded by 1913 as the Army started to intrduce its own transport.

Code: 21364Price: 65.00 GBP

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