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20th COUNTY OF LONDON BATTALION [Blackheath & Woolwich] CAP BADGEAn fine white metal example with slider to the reverse.
Reference KK Vol 1 item 1852 page 445.
Code: 53750Price: 28.00 GBP
WARWICKSHIRE REGIMENT OFFICERS GILT KINGS CROWN HEKMET PLATEOfficer's silver and gilt blue cloth helmet plate with 3 loops to reverse. According to Major R Bennett worn from 1901-23, although most regiments dispensed with the full dress uniform at the end of the great war. Very good example, but has soft solder to reverse. Looks like someone has fixed it to something for display purposes. Does not detract and is a very nice item.
Reference Bennett p59
Code: 53749Price: 350.00 GBP
4th DRAGOON GUARDS SHOULDER TITLEA fine brass one peice shoulder title, with three threaded studs to reverse. 32 mm in height.
Code: 53746Price: 65.00 GBP
9th [COUNTY OF LONDON BATTALION] REGIMENT QUEEN VICTORIAS LONDON RIFLES OFFICERS CAP BADGEA fine unmarked Officers silver example, with two long loops to reverse. Ref K&K Vol1 1828
The 9th (County of London) Battalion, London Regiment (Queen Victoria's Rifles) was a Territorial Army infantry battalion of the British Army. The London Regiment was formed in 1908 in order to regiment the various Volunteer Force battalions in the newly formed County of London, and the Queen Victoria's Rifles were one of twenty six units brought together in this way.
Code: 53748Price: 90.00 GBP
LINCOLNSHIRE [X] BATTLEDRESS FORMATION SIGNA fine scarce woven formation sign, one very small moth whole. See photos.
DULWICH OTC COLLEGE [OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS] SHOULDER TITLEA fine w/metal shoulder title, with four loops to reverse.
Code: 53744Price: 22.00 GBP
WW1 HEAVY MACHINE GUN CORPS SHOULDER TITLEA scarce one piece brass shoulder title, with two hex loops and backing plate to reverse. Reference Jeffreys & Gibbs page 57
The Machine Gun Corps (MGC) was a corps of the British Army, formed in October 1915 in response to the need for more effective use of machine guns on the Western Front in World War I. The Heavy Branch of the MGC was the first to use tanks in combat, and the branch was subsequently turned into the Tank Corps, later called the Royal Tank Regiment. The MGC was disbanded in 1922.
Code: 53747Price: 110.00 GBP
WW1 AUSTRALIAN FLYING CORPS [AFC] WINGA scarce WW1 woven Australian Flying Corps Pilot's Brevet.
The Australian Flying Corps (AFC) was the branch of the Australian Army responsible for operating aircraft during World War I, and the forerunner of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). The AFC was established in 1912, though it was not until 1914 that it began flight training.
AFC units were formed for service overseas with the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) during World War I. They operated initially in the Mesopotamian Campaign. The AFC later saw action in Palestine and France. A training wing was established in the United Kingdom. The corps remained part of the Australian Army until it was disbanded in 1919, after which it was temporarily replaced by the Australian Air Corps. In 1921, that formation was re-established as the independent RAAF.
Code: 53742Price: 600.00 GBP
WW2 PARACHUTE REGT QUALIFICATION ARM BADGEA fine woven example.
Code: 53745Price: 80.00 GBP
KINGS CROWN 5th CITY OF LONDON, [LONDON RIFLE BRIGADE]HELMET PLATEA fine blackened helmet plate, with three loops to reverse.
105 mm in height.
Worn 1902-05 only. After 1905 South Africa honours were added
Code: 53738Price: 80.00 GBP
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