Dating bi metal british cap badges

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Royal Devon Yeomanry Artillery, Oueens's crown officer's silver plate, burnished, cap badge with long slider to the reverse, in unworn condition still retaining the burnished highlights, Crest of Lord Rolle to the centre of a circlet bearing the title surmounted by the Royal Crest, scarce badge.

Foot in recognition of its services at the Battle of Quebec, when it engaged and severely defeated the French Royal Roussillon Regiment of Infantry, who wore in their headgear the “Plumet blanc” of the French Army.

This was worn on the collars of full dress scarlet tunics, the old red serge jackets (which preceded khaki as drill order), and on blue serges. The badge consists of a Maltese Cross overlaying a Roussillon plume.

A cap badge, also known as head badge or hat badge, is a badge worn on uniform headgear and distinguishes the wearer's nationality and/or organisation.

James, HMS Drake and HMS Valient Estimate: Two British War Medals, one awarded to 24965 PTE.

REGT., with two clasps THE ATBARA and KHARTOUM, together with copy of a photograph of the 1st Lincolnshire Regimental Band India 1902 Estimate: A Second World War Naval Group of Six Medals, comprising 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Africa Star with clasp NORTH AFRICA 1942-43, Italy Star, Defence and War Medals, court mounted, together with a Malta George Cross 50th Anniversary Commemorative Medal 1992, in original box of issue with compliment slip from the Malta High Commission addressed to Leading Seaman H S Smith P/JX262678, a photograph of Royal Navy warship in Valetta Harbour, Malta Estimate: A Second World War Group of Five Medals, comprising 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Burma Star, Italy Star and War Medal, with medal slip and box of issue, awarded to Submariner MX88626 V Pattinson of Manchester, who served on HMS Truculent, together with a group photograph of the crew on return to harbour holding a Jolly Roger, another photograph of the submarine and photocopied research material Estimate: A Second World War Naval Group of Five Medals, awarded to O/KX98084 Sto. Richard Henry James, comprising 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Africa Star with clasp NORTH AFRICA 1942-43, Burma Star with clasp PACIFIC and War Medal, together with his dog tag, rank insignia to Leading Stoker, photographs, postcards, Certificate of Cholera Inoculation, Income Tax forms and other ephemera, also four cap talleys - HMS, HMS St.

Viewing: Thursday 5 May 9am-5pm and morning of sale from 8am Live bidding is available at refer to our terms of business regarding availability of telephone bidding, additional image requests and condition reports A Second World War Medal Group, to Captain Richard Martyn Dennis (16.7.16 - ), comprising British War Medal, The Defence Medal, The Africa Star with 8th Army clasp and The 1939-1945 Star, with set of miniatures, together with a further, similar group of medals and a set of miniatures including Efficiency Decoration with Territorial clasp, and other items comprising British Forces Middle East identity card, dated 23 April 1943, bi-metal regimental badges and buttons for the Cheshire (Earl of Chester's) Yeomanry, TA lapel badge No.180951, assorted medal ribbons and a brass petrol lighter with USAF and USA crests Estimate: Two General Service Medals 1918-62, one with clasp PALESTINE, awarded to 14432254 SJT.

- possibly renumbered, the other with clasp PALESTINE 1945-48, to AS.18552 PTE.

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The origin of the Garter in the Regimental Badge is, unfortunately, wrapped in mystery.Police and Fire and Rescue cap badges are also on separate pages. An excellent book with black and white photographs of nearly 1900 cap badges. An excellent book with black and white photographs of many cap badges.Each badge is numbered and the numbers are used by dealers and collectors as the 'industry-standard' to refer to cap badges. Each badge is numbered and the numbers are used by dealers and collectors as the 'industry-standard' to refer to cap badges. A., comprising British War Medal and Victory Medal Estimate: A Collection of Nine Various RAOB Breast Jewels - Frank Hargreaves Lodge, No.5934, presented to Brother Colin Saunders, comprising one in 9 carat gold and enamel, six in silver gilt and enamel and two in gilt metal and enamel, dating from 1972 to 1981, also a Scarborough Convention 1979 badge (10) Estimate: A Polish Active Service Medal and a Monte Cassino Cross, the reverse of the latter officially numbered 39633 for Sapper Ludwick Wojtowicz, with the miniatures and a related paper; a Silver Coloured Metal Cigarette Box, of rectangular form, the cover engraved with a presentation inscription "Senor Attaches Association, Japan. Todd, Defence and Military Attache, British Embassy, May 15th to September 1975" with facsimile signatures (5) Estimate: A Khedive's Sudan Medal, 1896-1908, in silver, renamed to 2270 MUSN F.

The origin of the Garter in the Regimental Badge is, unfortunately, wrapped in mystery.

Police and Fire and Rescue cap badges are also on separate pages. An excellent book with black and white photographs of nearly 1900 cap badges. An excellent book with black and white photographs of many cap badges.

Each badge is numbered and the numbers are used by dealers and collectors as the 'industry-standard' to refer to cap badges. Each badge is numbered and the numbers are used by dealers and collectors as the 'industry-standard' to refer to cap badges.

A., comprising British War Medal and Victory Medal Estimate: A Collection of Nine Various RAOB Breast Jewels - Frank Hargreaves Lodge, No.5934, presented to Brother Colin Saunders, comprising one in 9 carat gold and enamel, six in silver gilt and enamel and two in gilt metal and enamel, dating from 1972 to 1981, also a Scarborough Convention 1979 badge (10) Estimate: A Polish Active Service Medal and a Monte Cassino Cross, the reverse of the latter officially numbered 39633 for Sapper Ludwick Wojtowicz, with the miniatures and a related paper; a Silver Coloured Metal Cigarette Box, of rectangular form, the cover engraved with a presentation inscription "Senor Attaches Association, Japan.

Todd, Defence and Military Attache, British Embassy, May 15th to September 1975" with facsimile signatures (5) Estimate: A Khedive's Sudan Medal, 1896-1908, in silver, renamed to 2270 MUSN F.

The Encyclopædia Britannica's 1911 Edition notes that although branch badges for infantry, cavalry and so on were common to other armies of the time, only the British Army wore distinctive regimental devices.