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2nd Royal Jersey Light Infantry Militia, Officer’s Green Cloth Helmet. Standard pattern with gilt metal fittings and an all gilt helmet plate, being a crowned star with laurel overlays a title circle ‘Royal Jersey Light Infantry’ enclosing a bugle horn bearing a floreated ‘2’ within the strings. Complete with gilt chin chain and spike (loose), buff leather sweat band and crimson silk lining, gilt dull overall the plate not original to...
2nd Royal Jersey Militia, Officer’s 1861 - 1868 Pattern Shako. A standard blue cloth quilted example complete with silver lace to the rank of a major, plated chin chain and side ornaments and similar multi-part shako plate, this being a crowned star with overlays of oak sprays the arms of the Island the motto ‘Pro Rege Et Patria’ and lower title scroll ‘Second Royal Jersey’, plated plume holder (other ranks) with black wool tuft. Buff l...
2nd Royal Jersey Militia Officer’s 1869 - 78 Pattern Shako. A standard blue cloth pattern with silver lace as for a junior officer complete with plated chin chain and side ornaments and similar shako plate being a crowned star with oak spray overlay enclosing the arms of the Island and the motto ‘Pro Rege Et Patria’ and bottom scroll ‘Second Royal Jersey’, buff leather sweat band and quilted crimson silk lining, plated plume holder (oth...
Royal Jersey Light Infantry Other Ranks Helmet Plates. Standard two part examples 1878 - 1901 and 1902 - 1914, together with an officer’s KC cap/collar badge (worn), a pair of major’s gold cord epaulettes to the Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment (Militia Battalion). A tattoo copy of a British Infantry Officer’s 1812 - 16 pattern shako and associated wool plume, good overall condition (7) £100-200
Sold for £250
Royal Jersey Militia Other Ranks 1839 - 1855 Shako Plate. A good quality die stamped brass example complete with original soft iron lugs (KK 33); together with two Victorian helmet plates of the ‘Militia Artillery’ and ‘Militia Engineers’, both Royal Arms pattern in die stamped gilding metal, good overall condition (3) £150-250
Sold for £310
Royal Regiment of Artillery Officer’s Shako Plate c. 1806 - 1812. A fine quality die stamped copper gilt example being the standard ‘trophy’ plate but with the title ‘Royal Regt of Artillery’ enclosing the central GR cypher and at the base a mortar with two piles or ordnance, four small holes for attachment to the shako (KK 798A), small surface crack to the lower left side otherwise in very good condition £800-1200
Sold for £1,600
A 1940 Pattern British Army Battledress Blouse For a Lieutenant In The 25 West Riding Home Guard. Dated 1943 and supplied by S. Simpson Ltd., and complete with original printed shoulder titles ‘Home Guard’ and ‘WR/25’, rank stars to Lieutenant and bearing medal ribbons for WW1; together with a later pattern battledress blouse for a Corporal and bearing embroidered shoulder titles ‘Royal Signals’ over ‘S.E.A.L.F.’ the relevant pri...
Sold for £130
Assorted Militaria. Comprising two scarce silver badges to the Boy Scouts of India ‘For War Service’, both with KCs over a circle, one dated 1941 and enclosing the Boy Scouts’ emblem on a map of the sub-continent and small scroll ‘Boy Scouts India’, the smaller one dated 1943 on the reverse, both made by R.K & Co., Calcutta; a white metal harness badge for the Queen’s Own Corps of Guides; another heavy brass harness badge for Infantry...
Sold for £170
Ceylon Government Railway Badges. Two scarce Victorian examples for a ‘Guard’ and an ‘Inspector’ being the QVC over a title strap ‘Ceylon Government Railway’ and enclosing the relevant rank, a similar KC example to a ‘Foreman’, a die stamped brass hat badge for a ‘Goods Porter’, a white metal brassard with applied letters ‘CGR’; together with a scarce Victorian badge to the Natal Government Railways being a QVC over script...
Sold for £160
Royal West Kent Regiment 1st VB Officer’s Waist Belt Clasp. A fine quality silver plated example by Hobson & Sons, Lexington St., London, the Victorian Royal Crest in the centre with unit title in surround, very good condition £160-220
Sold for £150
The Border Regiment An Officer’s Waist Belt Clasp. An extremely fine post 1884 example, central Garter star in silver gilt and enamels with unit title in surround matching benchmarks, very good condition £180-220
Sold for £190
The Duke of Cambridge’s Own Middlesex Regiment Officer’s Waist Belt Clasp. An extremely fine example, central badges include Prince of Wales’s Crest and Motto, county shield and Saxon crown, laurels and battle honour Albu Hera, on the title circle ‘The Duke of Cambridge’s Own’, male half only with bench mark but a perfect match, near mint state
107th Bengal Infantry Officer’s Special Pattern Waist Belt Clasp. Central gilt disc mounted with a crowned silver cross this with laurels title strap ‘Bengal Infantry’ and ‘107’ in the centre, oak leaf side panels, matching bench marks, near mint state £200-270
Sold for £180
The Essex Regiment Officer’s Special Pattern Waist Belt Clasp. Central gilt disc mounted with silver oak sprays crowned title circle the Castle and Key for Gibraltar central county shield in silver and red enamel the Sphinx/Egypt, oak leaf side panels, matching bench marks, very good condition £200-270
Royal Sussex Regiment Volunteer Battalions Officer’s Waist Belt Clasp. An all silver plate example but mounted in the centre with a silver and triple enamelled Garter star mounted upon the Rousillon plume, matching bench marks, very fine condition £200-270
Scots Guards Piper’s Silver Kilt Pin. A fine quality example in solid silver (Birmingham 1980), green enamel centre complete with special pattern screw top pin and chain, very good condition £150-250
Sold for £210
The Gordon Highlanders Silver Plaid Brooch. A very fine example the quoit overlaid with title and battle honour scroll and central glengarry/bonnet badge by J & Co Birmingham 1900, excellent condition £300-400
Sold for £440
79th (Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders) Officer’s Plaid Brooch. A very fine example in unmarked silver, being an outer circle of continuous thistle sprays enclosing battle honours Peninsula and Waterloo with central Sphinx/LXXIX, near mint state £200-300
Sold for £320
South African Light Horse Head Dress Badge in 9 ct gold. Fine quality example in gold sheet pattern as per Owen 1658, two gold lug fasteners and stamped on the reverse ‘9 ct’ (11.27 gms), very good condition £200-300
Sold for £360
Perth Highland Rifle Volunteers/5th Volunteer Battalion The Black Watch Officer’s Plaid Brooch. A very fine example in solid hallmarked silver Birmingham 1884 by TBW, circular continuous thistle spray enclosing a motto circle ‘Dia Agus Ar Duthaich’ and central rampant lion on a torse, excellent condition £250-350
Sold for £460
Grenadier Guards Officer’s Waist Belt Clasp/Royal Sussex Regiment Officer’s Silver Cap Badge. The first item of regulation pattern central fused grenade the ball mounted with crowned VR Cypher and unit title in surround; the second item hallmarked Birmingham either 1917 or 1942 of standard format with red and blue enamel Garter, minute chip to the blue enamel otherwise both items in very good condition (2) £150-250
Sold for £270
Scottish Head Dress Badges. Comprising a hall marked silver glengarry/bonnet badge to the Gordon Highlanders (Birmingham 1914) by Bent & Parker, an officer’s silver plated gilt and green enamel glengarry badge to the Royal Scots (pre 1934), an officer’s post 1902 glengarry badge to the Royal Scots Fusiliers, an o/r Victorian fur cap grenade to the Royal Scots Fusiliers, an o/r Victorian glengarry/bonnet badge to the Black Watch, and a hall ma...
Sold for £400
Framed Display of Scottish Badges. Highland Light Infantry badges being three officers’ glengarry/shako badges one QVC two KC all to the Line Battalions; other ranks issues are QVC, KC with wide and standard scrolls, a QVC with blank scroll, a KC with wide blank scroll, a KC with South Africa scroll and a QEC; Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers QVC w/m glengarry badge and an o/r very fine white metal shako badge to the 74th Highlanders c. 1855 - 61,...
Sold for £720
Framed Military Prints. 2 x 3 frames reproduction of Harry Payne postcards, an o/r glengarry now bearing a KC badge of the Black Watch, together with miscellaneous military cap badges (mostly reproduction) and sundry buttons, sold as viewed (parcel) £30-50
Sold for £20
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