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militaria item 1st Baluch Light Infantry officer's crossbelt pouch badge
- British Empire
This regiment was raised by Sir Charles Napier for local service in Scinde province
in 1844 and was the only Bombay unit at the siege of Delhi. It then went on to serve in Abyssinia (1866) and Afghanistan (1878-80).
£150.00
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militaria item Yorkshire Militia (?) officer's crossbelt pouch badge
- British
This die-struck badge is almost certainly of the York Militia (Rose of York and a blank plinth for a potential battle honour). The other possibility is Hampshire Militia, who also used the rose as a unit emblem. The badge may well be unhallmarked silver or heavy duty EPNS. As yet untested for either.
£140.00
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militaria item 4th Bombay Rifles cross belt plate, hallmarked silver
- British Empire
This fine silver badge (Birmingham hallmarked and maker marked for Hobson & Sons of Lexington Street, London W) was made for an Indian Rifle regiment with a most distinguished pedigree. Raised in 1775, in 1889 it became the 4th Regiment Bombay Infantry, in 1903 becoming the 104th Wellesley's Rifles.
£350.00
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militaria item Royal Engineer officer's dress cap badge, gold bullion
- British
This (59mm high) was worn on the dress field cap and the blue forage cap by all RE officers up to the present day. The field is blue melton cloth with the bomb in gold bullion, the title picked out in bullion on a medium blue silk ground.
£35.00
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militaria item 6th Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers cap badge
- British Empire
This regiment's other title was Watson's Horse. In 1947, on Partition, it transferred to the Pakistan Army as the 6th Lancers. A Captain Michael Allmand of this regiment won a posthumous VC for gallantry in northern Burma in 1944.
£30.00
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militaria item Probyn's Horse belt plate centre, white metal
- British Empire
This would have been worn until the amalgamation of Probyn's Horse with the 12th Cavalry in 1922. It would appear to be an other ranks example and was worn on a rectangular white metal plate. Probyn's Horse became King Edward's Own Lancers in 1906, having sported the Prince of Wales title since 1876.
£30.00
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militaria item 1914-18 Surrey Yeomanry shoulder title
- British
This is the classic war time badge, worn on both shoulders by the troopers and NCOs of the SY. It was probably worn after the 1922 amalgamation with the Sussex Yeomanry until the introduction of cloth titles in WW2. Surprisingly, it is rather harder to find than the cap badge.
£20.00
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militaria item Surrey Yeomanry collar dog, officer's field service, bronze
- British
This badge is of die-struck gilding metal with a bronze finish (39mm high). It would have been worn on the khaki field tunic and there would have been a pair, one on either side of the collar.
£15.00
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militaria item Surrey Yeomanry cap badge, other ranks, 1911 pattern
- British
This is a die-struck badge in gilding metal (50mm high) and was the standard badge for the tail end of the pre-war period and during WW1. A similar example was struck in white metal.
£15.00
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militaria item Surrey Yeomanry collar dog, other ranks, 1911 pattern
- British
This is a die-struck gilding metal badge (41mm high), with minor distortion through age and use. A pair of these would have been worn, one on each side of the collar of the khaki tunic. This design replaced the earlier sword/coronet crest of Lord Middleton, who raised the regiment in 1901.
£15.00
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