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1st (King’s) Dragoon Guards Officer’s Undress Sabretache Badge c1816-1840. A very fine and rare example in die-stamped copper-gilt, a crowned eight pointed star bearing the Garter Proper, this encloses the script capitals “KDG’ lodged within laurel sprays, across the base of the laurels, ‘Waterloo’, the plate retains all eight fastening loops and near 100% original fire-gilt, very fine condition £400-600
Sold for £600
1st King’s Dragoon Guards Officer’s Cap & Collar Badges 1898-c1950. An extremely fine and rare selection comprising the first pattern cap badge in die-stamped bronze, being the very large double-headed eagle of Austria, the shield with central ‘FJI’ cypher, the ensuing pattern again in die-stamped bronze, smaller eagle with tri-part title scroll, one all gilt die-cast collar badge from the same period, the cap badge, c1915, KC star patter...
Sold for £650
1st (King’s) Dragoon Guards Other Ranks Helmet Plate 1871 Pattern, Three Items of Horse Furniture. The first of standard pattern elongated white metal star overlaid with a brass Garter Proper enclosing a white metal ‘1’ on a black patent leather ground, complete with all four screw post fasteners; a circular brass harness slide mounted with a silver plated KC over a similar ‘KDG’ monogram; the third in heavy die-cast brass being a Guelp...
Sold for £130
1st King’s Dragoon Guards Other Ranks Shoulder Titles, Cap & Collar Badges. c1890-c1950. A very fine selection of brass shoulder titles, large K/DG (plain letters) smaller K/DG, rare probably Indian made cypher pattern, 1DG, DG, three varying size KDG and an officer’s gilt KDG, all fasteners present, caps comprise first pattern in gilding metal (slider), 1915 pattern in bi-metal and all brass, restored Eagle pattern in gilding metal (slider);...
Sold for £300
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen’s Bays) Officer’s Cap & Collar Badges 1902-1953, Other Ranks QVC Pagri Badge. Comprising a fine quality die-cast gilt KC cap badge with matching collar badges and die-cast bronze KC cap and matching collar badges, the QVC pagri badge in die-stamped brass, all fasteners present, very good condition (7) £140-200
Sold for £260
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen’s Bays) Regimental Sergeant Major’s Cap Badge c1902-1952. An excessively rare example being of collar badge size in die-cast bronze but fitted with a slider fastener, very fine condition £140-200
Sold for £120
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen’s Bays) Other Ranks 1871 Pattern Helmet Plate NCO’s KC Arm Badges. The helmet plate of standard format, the white metal elongated star mounted with the Garter Proper in brass, in the centre on a ground of patent leather a white metal ‘2’. The first NCO’s arm badge of collar badge size but in die-cast silver plate (two copper loop fasteners), the next of larger format in unmarked silver coloured metal, with bott...
2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen’s Bays) Other Ranks Badges. Comprising a QVC cap badge with matching collars, a pair of KC collars and eight shoulder titles, large DG, 2DG, large Old English ‘Bays’ pattern (3), small Old English ‘Bays’ pattern (3), all fasteners present, very good condition (13) £60-100
Sold for £150
The Queen’s Bays (2nd Dragoon Guards) & The Queen’s Dragoon Guards Insignia c1954 Onwards. Comprising QEC cap and collars in gilding metal and anodised, a pair of osd QEC collars all to the Bays. Two NCO’s arm badges in die-stamped silver plate and die-cast silver plate, one HM silver (Birmingham 19??) cap badge, one white metal and three anodised cap badges, three s/titles, all to the Queen’s Dragoon Guards, all fasteners present, very g...
Sold for £160
3rd (Prince of Wales’s) Dragoon Guards Officer’s Foreign Service Helmet Plate, Late 19th Century. A very fine and rare example being a heavy die-cast silver beaded star overlaid with a pierced Garter Proper this with a rich blue enamel background, in the centre on a ground of red enamel, the Prince of Wales’s Badge & Motto in silver, complete with special pattern clip fastener, excellent condition £400-600
3rd (Prince of Wales’s) Dragoon Guards Officer’s & Other Ranks Cap & Collar Badges, NCO’s Arm Badge, Shoulder Titles. Comprising a silver plated and gilt full size cap badge, two smaller size osd caps both die-cast one with blades, the other with three lugs, a large size die-stamped osd cap with blades and one similar collar bade, a bi-metal other ranks cap badge and matching collar badges, an NCO’s fine quality HM silver arm badge (Bir...
Sold for £440
3rd (Prince of Wales’s) Dragoon Guards Other Ranks 1871 Pattern Helmet Plate & Assorted Horse Furniture. The helmet plate of standard format, a white metal elongated star overlaid with a brass Garter Proper enclosing a white metal ‘3’ on a ground of black patent leather, the horse furniture comprises two bit-bosses Guelphic crown and KC patterns, brass with silver mounts, full titles ‘Third Dragoon Guards’ (the silver mount on the Guelp...
3rd/6th Dragoon Guards & 3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales’s Dragoon Guards) Insignia c. 1928 - 1970, comprising three NCOs arm badges featuring the Prince of Wales’s badge and motto mounted on an oval back plate, one with bi-metal moun,t one with all white metal mount and one in better quality metal with bi-metal mount but lacking the roped rim; shoulder titles, 3/6 DG (officers’ and other ranks), 3DG and similar in anodised metal; bi-meta...
Sold for £200
4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards Officers’ & Other Ranks’ Insignia. Comprising an officer’s very fine cap badge in unmarked silver and gilt (manufactured c1922 by ‘JR Gaunt London Late Jennens’), a pair of collars in unmarked silver, gilt and triple enamels, an osd cap (blades) and one only similar size collar badge by ‘J& Co’. a bi-metal other ranks cap badge (slider) and a pair of corresponding white metal collar badges, three bras...
4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards Early Pouch Badge & NCO’s Arm Badges. The pouch badge in two part brass a star shaped back plate of various curious design, pinned through is a disc inscribed with the motto of the Order of St. Patrick and enclosing the insignia of the Order, two screw post fasteners (owner states, removed from a relic leather pouch); the first arm badge in die-stamped HM silver Birmingham 1898 by ‘F & S Ld.’, two loop fasten...
4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards Other Ranks 1871 Pattern Helmet Plate & Horse Furniture. The helmet plate of standard format, a white metal elongated star mounted with the Garter Proper in brass, in the centre a white metal ‘4’ on a ground of black patent leather, a cast brass bit boss, Guelphic crown over a strap ‘Royal Irish Dragoon Guards’ in the centre the Maid & Harp, five pierced brass short blade fasteners, a large circular brass it...
4th/7th Dragoon Guards Officers and Other Ranks Insignia c.1928 - Present Day, comprising an officer’s hall marked silver cap badge (Birmingham 1986), officer’s hall marked silver collar badges (Birmingham 1981), an officer’s side hat badge in sterling silver, gilt and triple enamels by L & Co., a pair of officer’s collar badges of similar design marked Firmin, London, an officer’s silver plated cap badge with black enamel backing to th...
5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales’s) Dragoon Guards Officers’ & Other Ranks’ Insignia. Comprising an other ranks QVC cap and collar badges, similar for the KC period and an all brass KC cap badge, a pair of officer’s KC gilt and silver collar badges and another odd one where the central White Horse and numerals are MOUNTED on a gilt backing (facing viewer’s right), a KC osd cap (blades) and two pairs of collar badges, a silver plated KC...
Sold for £500
5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales’s) Dragoon Guards Other Ranks 1871 Pattern Helmet Plate, Sabretache Badge, Horse Furniture. The helmet plate of standard format, the white metal elongated star mounted with a brass Garter Proper enclosing a white metal 5’ on a black patent leather ground, an officer’s undress sabretache badge in gilt brass and silver, being an eight pointed star six of the principal rays with battle honours mounted with a QV...
5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards Regimental Insignia c. 1935 - 1960, a good selection for the combined regiment including the rare shoulder title V.VI/D, officers’ silver plated cap badges KC and QEC, various pairs of collar badges, other ranks cap badge and collar badges, two white metal Hanoverian Horse NCOs arm badges and a similar in anodised metal, one only KC bit boss with central castle mount and regimental motto in surround, very g...
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) NCOs Hall Marked Silver Arm Badge, a rare and fine quality item in solid hall marked silver (London 1920) complete with two loop fasteners, very fine condition £400-500
Sold for £400
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) Officer’s Helmet Plate c. 1871 - 1914, a fine quality example of three part construction, the silver plated elongated star mounted with an oval strap ‘The Carabiniers’ and enclosing the Royal Cypher, three screw post fasteners reduced and with small solder deposits, very good condition £240-340
Sold for £220
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) Officer’s Cap and Collar Badges c. 1898 - 1928, comprising QVC cap and a pair of collars (gilt loss on the cap badge and lugs replaced), cap and collars KC pattern, two o.s.d. caps, one pair cap size o.s.d. collar badges, one paid o.s.d. smaller size collar badges, one possibly Indian made officer’s cap badge KC gilt and silver, all fasteners present except where stated, very good condition except where stated...
6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) Other Ranks Cap and Collar Badges and Shoulder Titles c. 1898 - 1928, comprising QVC cap and collars in bi-metal, an exceptionally rare all brass QVC cap, three bi-metal KC caps all with slider fasteners and one pair of collars, three all brass KC caps all with slider fasteners, shoulder titles two are three part 6/DG, one two part 6/DG, 6DG, Carabiniers, two lugs missing on the shoulder titles otherwise very good...
Sold for £420
This collection was sold on 28 February 2018.
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