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An original example of the gilded metal grenade plate worn by other ranks on the full dress fur cap until 1914. In excellent condition with original reverse fittings intact.
Heavily cast, good quality silver plated plaid brooch of known pattern complete with fixing brooch pin to reverse. In excellent condition with minimal service wear.
In superb condition throughout with excellent silver plating and original brooch fixing pin to reverse. A classic pattern, well recorded.
The patent leather pouch complete with regimental badge, white plastic cross belt with gilded metal fittings. In exceptional condition - the final pattern before regimental amalgamations.
Court mounted for mess dress wear on a double mounting bar with pin fixing. In excellent condition, the ribbons very clean - not modern copies.
A traditional die stamped bed plate incorporating regimental device and title, in good condition showing minimal signs of use.
This example in excellent condition with minimal signs of wear. Complete with bullion badge and original chin strap. Size approx. UK7.
A subdued (blackened) example of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers cap badge bearing the red and white hackle of the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers. The badge itself in anodised aluminium dating from the 1970s/80s. In excellent condition.
For wear on the waist belt with belt slide integral to the rear stitching. In very good condition, the original colour brown, the front now black. Impressed mark to reverse US JQMD 1947 EMS. The front clasp in brass and in good working order. Korean War period.
This example in excellent condition throughout and complete with spike, chin curb and helmet plate. The lining bears the name of a former wearer - a Colour Sergeant. These helmets are extremely rare, especially in this condition. Worn only for ceremonial purposes.
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