A good aertex pair as worn by a Lieutenant with R. At the outbreak of the war he embarked with the Battalion landing in France in April 1915. Welch Regiment Officer’s silvered and gilt cap badge circa 1921-69. The pair would make an excellent display combination. GC Canadian Army Dental Corps WW1 cap badge Canadian Army Dental Corps WW1 cap badge WWI CEF die-stamped bronze example on loops Canadian Artillery WWI 9th Overseas Siege Battery CEF cap badge. His name does not appear in the 1914 Army List Westminster Dragoons TY Officer’s gilt button. ”; seeded centre mounted with rose surmounted by Royal Crest. Complete with detachable backing plate, the reverse of which has been cleverly fashioned for wear as a buckle. Epsom College CCF anodised cap badge, A good example with loops to the reverse. This unusual group was awarded to Claude St. The GQ Parachutist badge was given by the Gregory & Quilter Company to anyone who had completed parachute training using their parachutes. Newspaper cutting giving details that he was a member of Woodbridge Post Office and a native of the town.
Comprising: British War Medal and Victory Medal awarded to 85591 Pte H. Pte Willie Hobson landed in France on the 20th September 1915. Lt, Col James Arthur Jervois DSO MC landed in France with the 1st Bn on the 10th May 1916, with the rank of Captain. A good padded example, retaining with cloth backing. Reconstituted in 1759 and became the 3rd Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) in 1881. Royal Susse Regiment bi-metal cap badge Good example on slider. A scarce and unusual example of a chrome submarine tie pin. Felt to the crown and tailored without a ring, indicating pre mid 1917 made. The interior with leather pads, bearing clear ink name F/Lt E Shipley VGC. Retains backing plate and four screw posts to reverse. A fine die-stamped white metal Prince of Wales’s plumes on scroll inscribed “Fishguard”; brass coronet. The leather remains supple, but requires cleaning and feeding.
000 and clearly shows German trenches and British Positions. The Airmans Welfare This being a note for Officers. Black leather laces in unissued condition.. Die-cast blacked example on loops South African Witwatersrand Rifles white metal headdress badge. (Ryan 211) Essex Regiment Victorian OR’s bi-metal cap badge circa 1896-1901. Royal Berkshire Regiment General Service Medal Clasp Cyprus dating circle org id 2568. He later transferred to the Reserve of Officers and served with the Yorkshire Hussars from 1915. See “Canteens in the British Army” by Fortescue Expeditionary Forces Canteen scarce WW1 brass cap badge dating circle org id 2568. Dark green collar and cuffs ornamented with pink backed litzen. John Rodgers is Confirmed on roll, serving as a Royal Marine aboard HMS Neptune, Rear Admiral Cochrane’s flagship. Comprising: Luftwaffe breast eagle (moth damage). (KK 2207) Scottish 1st Invernesshire Local Militia Georgian Officer s gilt coatee button.
An engine turned rectangular example bearing Birmingham hallmarks. .