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Cloth Shoulder Title Badges – The Gloucestershire Regiment 28/LXI (Glorious Glosters). Round Cornered Variation. c.1948 - 60.

A Lovely Unissued, Mint Condition, Matching Pair of All Ranks (AR’s), Worsted Embroidered on Felt Shoulder Title Badge to the: 1st Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment 28/LXI (Glosters). White Embroidered Capitals: GLOUCESTERSHIRE on a Scarlet Melton Cloth Background. Light Khaki Linen Backed. Round Cornered Variation. c.1948 - 60.

Notes: Embroidered Coloured Shoulder Designations / Cloth Shoulder Titles (s/t’s). 1902: Introduced upon the Introduction of Service Dress Tunics. OR’s (Army Order 10 of 1920) Curved Coloured Cloth worn approx. 1 Inch below Shoulder Seam. 1907: Abolished, when Metal Shoulder Titles (s/t’s) were introduced. 1938 (Mar) Slip on s/t’s Introduced for Wear on Battle Dress & Khaki Drill Jacket / Shirt. Worsted & Economy. c.1938 - 41 / 42. Unofficial Cloth s/t’s. Ordnance Printed Economy s/t’s. 1960’s Battle Dress Withdrew.

Dimensions: 22 mm x 122 mm. Each Badge.

Code: 51149Price: 16.00 GBP


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Cloth Shoulder Title Badges – The Gloucestershire Regiment 28/LXI (Glorious Glosters). Square Cornered Variation. c.1948 - 60.

A Lovely Unissued, Mint Condition, Matching Pair of All Ranks (AR’s), Worsted Embroidered on Felt Shoulder Title Badge to the: 1st Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment 28/LXI (Glosters). White Embroidered Capitals: GLOUCESTERSHIRE on a Scarlet Melton Cloth Background. Black Linen Backed. Square Cornered Variation. c.1948 - 60.

Notes: Embroidered Coloured Shoulder Designations / Cloth Shoulder Titles (s/t’s). 1902: Introduced upon the Introduction of Service Dress Tunics. OR’s (Army Order 10 of 1920) Curved Coloured Cloth worn approx. 1 Inch below Shoulder Seam. 1907: Abolished, when Metal Shoulder Titles (s/t’s) were introduced. 1938 (Mar) Slip on s/t’s Introduced for Wear on Battle Dress & Khaki Drill Jacket / Shirt. Worsted & Economy. c.1938 - 41 / 42. Unofficial Cloth s/t’s. Ordnance Printed Economy s/t’s. 1960’s Battle Dress Withdrew.

Dimensions: 22 mm x 130 mm. Each Badge.

Code: 51148Price: 16.00 GBP


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Cloth Shoulder Title Badges – The Gloucestershire Regiment 28/LXI (Glorious Glosters). Square Cornered Variation. c.1948 - 60.

A Lovely Unissued, Mint Condition, Matching Pair of All Ranks (AR’s), Worsted Embroidered on Felt Shoulder Title Badge to the: 1st Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment 28/LXI (Glosters). White Embroidered Capitals: GLOUCESTERSHIRE on a Scarlet Melton Cloth Background. Light Khaki Linen Backed. Square Cornered Variation. c.1948 - 60.

Notes: Embroidered Coloured Shoulder Designations / Cloth Shoulder Titles (s/t’s). 1902: Introduced upon the Introduction of Service Dress Tunics. OR’s (Army Order 10 of 1920) Curved Coloured Cloth worn approx. 1 Inch below Shoulder Seam. 1907: Abolished, when Metal Shoulder Titles (s/t’s) were introduced. 1938 (Mar) Slip on s/t’s Introduced for Wear on Battle Dress & Khaki Drill Jacket / Shirt. Worsted & Economy. c.1938 - 41 / 42. Unofficial Cloth s/t’s. Ordnance Printed Economy s/t’s. 1960’s Battle Dress Withdrew.

Dimensions: 22 mm x 129 mm. Each Badge.

Code: 51147Price: 16.00 GBP


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Cap / Headdress Badge – The Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment) Overseas Service, In Country Made. c.WW 1 / 2.

A Very Nice WW1 / 2 Overseas Service, In Country Made, Ordinary Ranks (OR’s) Cast Brass Headdress Badge to the:Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment). Within Two Sprays of Laurel Leaves tied at the Bottom in a Bow, The Prince of Wales’s Plumes, Coronet & Motto. Below, the Coronet & Cypher of the Duke of Cambridge Interlaced & Reversed. Across the Base of the Laurel A Battle Honour Scroll Reading ALBUHERA. Title Scroll Reads: MIDDLESEX REGT. In Country Sand Casted in Brass, Voided, Slider. KK672. c.WW 1 / 2.

Notes: 1765: 57th (West Middlesex) Regt of Foot 1881: 1st Bn, Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regt). 1787: 77th (East Middlesex) Regt of Foot. 1881: 2nd Bn, Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regt). 1920: Name changed to: The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge’s Own). 1966 (31st Dec): Amalgamation with the other Regt’s of the Home Counties Brig, The Queen’s Own Royal Surrey Regt, The Queen’s Own Buffs Regt, The Royal Kent Regt & the Royal Sussex Regt to Form: The Queens Regt.1992: (09th Sep): Amalgamation with The Royal Hampshire Regt to Form: The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regt (Queen’s & Royal Hampshires).

Dimensions: 41 mm x 45 mm.

Code: 51146Price: 20.00 GBP


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Cap / Headdress Badge – The Royal Army Service (RASC), Corps Overseas Service, In Country Made. c.Post 1936 / WW II.

A Very Nice Post 1936 / WW2 Overseas Service, In Country Made, Ordinary Ranks (OR’s) Cast Brass Headdress Badge to the: Royal Army Service Corps (R.A.S.C.). The Royal Cypher of King George VI, within the Garter HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE, French “Evil to him who evil thinks”, Surmounted by a Kings / Tudor / Imperial Crown. Encircled by the Title Scroll Reading: ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS, terminating in Sprigs of Laurel. Set Upon an Eight Pointed Star. In Country Sand Casted in Brass, Voided, Slider. KK2116. c.Post 1936 / WW 2.

Notes:
1898: Redesignated the; Army Service Corps.
1918: Became the: Royal Army Service Corps.
1965: Became the: Royal Corps of Transport.

Dimensions: 41 mm x 41 mm.

Code: 51145Price: 20.00 GBP


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Cloth Shoulder Title – British Indian Army – Kumaon Regiment / Kumaon Rifles, All Ranks, Worsted Embroidered on Tropical KD. Slip-on. c.WW2.

A Very Nice Scarce, Used / Removed from Uniform (RFU) Condition, British Raj Period, All Ranks Slip on Shoulder Title / Epaulette Badge to the: Kumaon Regiment / Kumaon Rifles (British Indian Army). Black Embroidered Capitals: KUMAON.R on a Tropical Khaki Drill (KD) Background. Folded to Size / Width. c.WW2.

Notes: •The British Indian Army, Designated: The Indian Army was the Principal Army of the British Raj (Rule) in India from 1858 until Partitioning in 1947. It worked adjacent to British Forces, World Wide, particularly during WW1 & WW2.
•1922: 98th Infantry Became the 4th Battalion, the 19th Hyderabad Regiment.
•1939: 4 Battalions: 1st, 2nd, 4th & The Kumaon Rifles.
•WW2: Saw Action Against Imperial Japanese Forces in the Malayan & Burmese Jungles.

Dimensions: 15 mm x 65 mm.

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Collar / Headdress Badge – British Indian Army – 1st Duke of York's Own Skinner's Horse, Off’s, Quality Cast Indian Silver & Bright Gilt. c.1922 - 47.

An Exceptionally Nice, Scarce, British Raj Period, Indian Manufactured, Officer’s (Off’s) Collar / Headdress Badge to the: 1st Duke of York's Own Skinner's Horse (British Indian Army). Set on Crossed Lances a Slightly Offset York Rose, Surmounted by a Kings / Tudor / Imperial Crown. Across the Butts of the Lances a Scroll Reading Motto: HIMMAT• I• MARDAN MADAD• I •KHUDA, Persian: “God helps those who help themselves”. Indian Cast in Silver with a Bright Gilt Wash. 2 x Lugs E / W. c.1922 - 47.

Notes: •The British Indian Army, Designated: The Indian Army was the Principal Army of the British Raj (Rule) in India from 1858 until Partitioning in 1947. It worked adjacent to British Forces, World Wide, particularly during WW1 & WW2.

•1921: Amalgamation: 1st & 3rd.
•1922: 1st Duke of York's Own Skinner's Horse.
•1927: Skinner's Horse (1st Duke of York's Own Cavalry).
•1947: Remained with the Indian Army as: Skinner's Horse (1st Duke of York's Own Cavalry).
•1950: Skinner's Horse (1st Horse).

Dimensions: 30 mm x 24 mm.

Code: 51143Price: 40.00 GBP


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Collar / Headdress Badge – British Indian Army – Chota Nagpur Regiment, OR’s, Quality White Metal. c.1917 - 47.

A Lovely Scarce British Raj Period, British Manufactured, Ordinary Ranks Ordinary Ranks (OR’s) Collar / Headdress Badge to the: Chota Nagpur Regiment (British Indian Army). Within a Crescent Reversed Inscribed: C. N. REGT. a Cobra with its Head Facing to the Right as Observed from the Front & Its Body Wrapped around the Crescents Horns. Surmounted by a Kings / Tudor / Imperial Crown. Die Struck in Quality White Metal. 2 x Lugs E / W. Cox 2722. c.1917 - 47.

Notes:
•The British Indian Army, Designated: The Indian Army was the Principal Army of the British Raj (Rule) in India from 1858 until Partitioning in 1947. It worked adjacent to British Forces, World Wide, particularly during WW1 & WW2.
•1891: Raised: Chota Nagpore Mounted Rifles [Reserve Cavalry].
•1910: Renamed: Chota Nagpore Light Cavalry.
•1917: Renamed: Chota Nagpore Regiment.
•1947: Disbanded.

Dimensions: 30 mm x 23 mm.

Code: 51142Price: 30.00 GBP


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Cap / Headdress Badge – British Indian Army – 16th Punjab Infantry Regiment OR’s Indian Cast Silver. c.1922 - 47.

A Lovely British Raj Period, Indian Manufactured, Ordinary Ranks (OR’s) Headdress Badge to the: 16th Punjab Infantry Regiment (British Indian Army). Upon the Centre of a Maltese Cross, within a Quoit / Circle the Figures 16. Encircled by a Crescent, Surmounted by a Kings / Tudor / Imperial Crown. Title Scroll Reads; PUNJAB REGIMENT. Indian Cast Silver. 2 x Flat Lugs E / W. Comes Complete with thin Indian Made Securing Pin. c.1922 - 47.

Notes:
•The British Indian Army, Designated: The Indian Army was the Principal Army of the British Raj (Rule) in India from 1858 until Partitioning in 1947. It worked adjacent to British Forces, World Wide, particularly during WW1 & WW2.
•1922 - 47: The 16th Punjab Regt (British Indian Army). 1947 Transferred to Pakistan Army. 1956 Amalgamated with the 1st, 14th & 15th Punjab Regiments to Form the Punjab Regiment.

Dimensions: 46 mm x 130 mm.

Code: 51141Price: 28.00 GBP


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Badge Citation - 1st Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment 28/LXI, C Troop, 170th Independent Mortar Battery, Royal Artillery & 1st Battalion The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment.

Blue Ribbon within a Gold Stove Glazed Metal Backing, For use on the No. 1 / 2 Dress by All Ranks (AR’s) Attached to: 1 Glosters, C Troop, 170th Independent Mortar Battery RA & 1 RGBW, i.e.: REME, AGC, PT Corps. Worn In Pairs, Centered on the Upper Sleeve / Arm. PAIR. Horizontal Hinged Needle Pin & Catch. Unissued / Not Worn Condition.

Notes: Presidential Unit Citation, The Highest American Award for Collective Gallantry in Battle, Awarded by the President (Harry S. Truman) of the USA on the 08th May 1951. Approved DofA&S: 28 Jan 1953.

1 Glosters c.1953-94 – 1 RGBW c.1994 - 2007.

Dimensions: 13 mm x 37 mm Each Badge.

Code: 51140Price:

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