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DRAGOON GUARDS LARGE SHOULDER TITLEA fine scarce Dragoon Guards large DG shoulder title, wiyh two loop fixings to reverse. Reference R A Westlake plate 1 item 6.
Code: 53485Price: 65.00 GBP
NORTHUMBERLAND HUSSARS CAPTAIN PAIR OF SHOULDER CHAINSA fine pair of silver plate ER11 shoulder chains complete, with button, three pips and shoulder title. 19oz in excellent condition.
TANK CORPS W1 SHOULDER TITLEA fine scarce TC (Tank Corps) WWI brass shoulder title, with two hex loops to reverse
T 7 LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS SHOULDER TITLEA fine brass onepeice shoulder title with 3 hex fixings to reverse. T7 over grenade over LF. Ref Westlake 938
THE QUEENS BAYS 2nd DRAGOON GUARDS SHOULDER TITLEA fine smaller version brass shoulder title, with two loops to reverse.
Reference R A Westlake Plate 2 item 34
ROYAL TANK CORPS SHOULDER TITLEA fine scarce brass WW1 shoulder title, with two hex fixings to reverse.
T 5 QUEENS SHOULDER TITLEA fine all brass shoulder title, with three hex fixings to reverse.
Code: 53414Price: 55.00 GBP
WW1 HEAVY MACHINE GUN CORPS SHOULDER TITLEA scarce one piece brass shoulder title, with two loops to the 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.
ROYAL WEST AFRICAN FRONTIER FORCE [PAIR] SHOULDER TITLESGold Coast Regiment Shoulder titles, both with loop fixings to reverse.
Code: 53379Price: 35.00 GBP
WELSH GUARDS SHOULDER TITLEA fine one piece brass shoulder title, with three hex loops to reverse. Reference Westlake 716
Part of the Guards Division, is one of the Foot Guards regiments of the British Army. It was founded on 26 February 1915 by Royal Warrant of His Majesty King George V. The Welsh Guards came into existence on 26 February 1915 by Royal Warrant of His Majesty King George V in order to include Wales in the national component to the Foot Guards, "..though the order to raise the regiment had been given by the King to Earl Kitchener, Secretary of State for War, on 6 February 1915." They were the last of the Guards to be created, with the Irish Guards coming into being in 1900. Just three days later the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards mounted its first King's Guard at Buckingham Palace on 1 March 1915 - St David's Day. On 17 August 1915 the 1st Battalion sailed for France to join the Guards Division to commence its participation in the First World War. Its first battle was some months after its initial arrival, at Loos on 27 September 1915. The regiment's first Victoria Cross came two years later in July 1917 awarded to Sergeant Robert Bye. Soon after the end of the war in 1918 the 1st Welsh Guards returned home and where they would be based for much of the inter-war period, performing training and ceremonial duties, such as the Changing of the Guard and Trooping the Colour.
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