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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
3rd NORFOLK RIFLE VOLUNTEERS CAP BADGEA fine 3rd Norfolk Rifle Volunteers cap badge with three tower design and four loops to reverse.
Code: 53644Price: 110.00 GBP
23rd LONDON ARMOURED CAR COMPANY CAP BADGEA fine scarce bi metal cap badge of the 23rd London Armoured Car Company in use circa 1938-39. Good condition with lugs undamaged to reverse. 44mm high.
28th COUNTY OF LONDON BATTALION ARTIST RIFLES CAP BADGEBrass cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The heads of Mars and Minerva above a scroll,"Artists Rifles."
Reference KK Vol 2 item 1858 page 175
Code: 53583Price: 27.00 GBP
13th COUNTY OF LONDON BATTALION [Kensington] CAP BADGE.A fine die stamped gilding metal example, with slider to reverse.
Reference KK Vol 1 item 1839 page 441.
Code: 53581Price: 25.00 GBP
10th BATTALION [LIVERPOOL SCOTTISH] CAP BADGEKing's Regiment: 10th (Liverpool Scottish) Battalion Pre-1937 White Metal Other Ranks' metal cap badge, with two loops to reverse.
Code: 53563Price: 35.00 GBP
WEST RIDING VOLUNTEERS CAP BADGEA fine Bi-metal cap badge with slide to reverse.
Reference K&K Vol1 1688
Code: 53313Price: 65.00 GBP
ATHELETES VOLUNTEER FORCE VTC CAP BADGE.A fine excellent condition WW1 enamel cap badge, with button hole fixing and maker W J Carroll London to reverse. Sorry photo not the best.
Code: 53299Price: 40.00 GBP
CHESHIRE VOLUNTEER REGIMENT WW1 VTC CAP BADGEA fine scarce WW1 brass cap badge, with two loops to reverse.
Code: 53298Price: 40.00 GBP
TYNESIDE IRISH [1914-1918] CAP BADGEA fine brass cap badge, with two north south loops to reverse.
The Tyneside Irish Brigade was a British First World War infantry brigade of Kitchener's Army, raised in 1914. Officially numbered the 103rd (Tyneside Irish) Brigade, it contained four Pals battalions from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, largely made up of men of Irish extraction. (Another Newcastle brigade — the 102nd (Tyneside Scottish) — contained Tynesiders with Scottish connections).
Along with the 101st and 102nd Brigades, the Tyneside Irish made up the 34th Division which arrived in France in January 1916 and first saw action in the Battle of the Somme that year. On the first day on the Somme, the 34th Division attacked astride the Albert-Bapaume road at La Boisselle. The brigade's task was to follow up the main attack by the 101st and 102nd Brigades and advance on a line from Pozières to Contalmaison.
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