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WW2 KINGS CROWN LIEUTENANT - COLONEL SHOULDER BOARD.A fine woven crown and pip on khaki slip on shoulder board, Lieutenant-Colonel.
ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE POST 1901 OFFICERS GILT NAVAL SWORD WAIST BELT CLASPA fine Kings Crown gilt Officers Royal Naval Reserve waist belt clasp. Circlet being a raised oak wreath; centre bearing crown fouled anchor with old English letters "R N R".
During the outbreak of WW1 Officers of the permanent RNR on general service quickly took up seagoing appointments in the fleet, many in command, in destroyers, submarines, auxiliary cruisers and Q-ships. Others served in larger units of the battle fleet including a large number with the West Indies Squadron who became casualties at the Battle of Coronel and later at Jutland.
A number of RNR officers qualified as pilots and flew aircraft and airships with the Royal Naval Air Service whilst many RNR ratings served ashore alongside the RN and RNVR contingents in the trenches of the Somme and at Gallipoli with the Royal Naval Division.
Code: 53141Price: 110.00 GBP
MANCHESTER REGIMENT OFFICERS POST 1881 WAIST BELT CLASPA fine Silver/Gilt Officers waist belt clasp, with matching numbers.
Code: 52884Price: 210.00 GBP
MANCHESTER REGIMENT BANDSMANS FLEUR-DE-LYS POUCH BADGE.A fine scarce Bandsmans heavy cast brass fleur-de-lys pouch badge with two loops to reverse
Code: 52856Price: 110.00 GBP
RIFLE BRIGADE MILITIA [The Prince Consorts Own] POUCH BELT PLATE An excellent Victorian white metal pouch belt plate [ no battle honours] with four heavy threaded stud fixings to reverse.
Code: 52318Price: 225.00 GBP
ROYAL NORTH LINCOLN MILITIA OFFICERS WAIST BELT CLASPAn fine Victorian Officers white metal waist belt clasp,with matching number.
17th 21st LANCERS POUCH BADGEA fine scarce large pouch badge, with four long loops to reverse. 65 mm x 65 mm.
Formed in 1922 in England by the amalgamation of the 17th Lancers (Duke of Cambridge's Own) and the 21st Lancers (Empress of India's).
ROYAL ARTILLERY OFFICERS POUCH BADGEA fine and scarce large vintage die stamped gilding metal example in the shape of a old field gun with front wheel mounted. Three threaded stud fixings to reverse. 85 mm x 40 mm
Code: 51661Price: 34.00 GBP
ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON GUARDS [SCOTS GREYS] POUCH / CAP BADGEA fine bi metal Scots Greys pouch / cap badge, with three loops to reveres.
64th FOOT [2nd STAFFORDSHIRE] ORs POUCH PLATE A fine gilding metal pouch plate, with two long loops to reverse.
The 64th (2nd Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot was an infantry regiment of the British Army. The regiment was created as the 2nd Battalion, 11th Regiment of Foot in 1756, redesignated as the 64th Regiment of Foot in 1758, and took a county title as the 64th (2nd Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot in 1782. Following the Cardwell Reforms the regiment amalgamated with the 98th (Prince of Wales's) Regiment of Foot to become The Prince of Wales's (North Staffordshire Regiment) in 1881. In the new regiment the 64th Foot became the 1st Battalion due to its seniority over the 98th Foot.
Although the 64th Foot fought in many of the major conflicts of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, it was normally in the more minor theatres of these conflicts. During the Seven Years' War it served in the West Indies; in the Napoleonic Wars, its role was limited, again, to the West Indies and South America. In the mid-19th century, it fought in the Anglo-Persian War and the Indian Rebellion of 1857, where one of its soldiers was awarded the Victoria Cross.
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