ilitaria

Scarce WW I embroidered example of the Red Dragon of Wales This Division was entirely composed of Welsh units,including the Artillery.Engineers and Medical personnel. It was also one of the few Divisions to be able to use the additional title Welsh

Kings Regiment [Liverpool]-Territorials.

Rare officers kings crown unmarked silver caubeen badge with slider fitting bearing makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Crowned Angel Harp and motto within a wreath of shamrock above a strung bugle horn. Below the wreath scrolls bear the titles, 8th.Irish Batt.Kings Regt. Lpool and South Africa 1900-1902. Worn after the Regiment was re-raised in 1939. [See Peter Brydons excellent book on the Regiment for more details.]

Brass shoulder title, Lancing / OTC / College.

Embroidered sleeve trade badge worn by R.A.O.C personnel responsible for the safe handling and disposal of ordnance. The letter A with red and yellow flames upon a khaki Bomb.[Paper stuck to reverse.]

Leicestershire Imperial Yeomanry.[Prince Alberts Own]

Bronze die-cast officers cap badge with two blades to the reverse. The title, Leicestershire upon the Crest of the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha above double scrolls bearing the title,Prince Alberts Own I.Y. and the South Africa honour.

Embroidered black spider on a khaki backing worn by No.58 Squadron.

All brass WW I economy issue cap badge with slider fitting to the reverse. The sphinx and Egypt honour and the letters, SWB to the centre of a wreath of immortelles. [Very slight twist to top right of wreath.]

Scarce bronze WW I cap badge with two loops to the reverse. The monogram FC in script to the centre of a voided wreath and star. Raised in 1915 and attached to the Army Service Corps,these women provided forage for the Army horses and mules,releasing men for other duties.

Pair of small size other ranks brass collar badges. A skull upon a pair of crossed bones bearing the motto scroll, Or Glory.

Other ranks bi / metal helmet plate centre with four loops to the reverse. A Hart in water to the voided centre of a maltese cross and star, within a circlet bearing the title,Bedfordshire. Designed to be worn on the universal pattern back-plate.

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