Dating bi metal british cap badges
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 1st King’s Dragoon Guards Officer’s Cap & Collar Badges 1898-c1950.
Two NCO’s arm badges in die-stamped silver plate and die-cast silver plate, one HM silver (Birmingham 19??Here are listed some of the British Military Cap Badges that I have in stock.If you do not see the badge that you are looking for, please fill out the enquiry form.) 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...3rd (Prince of Wales’s) Dragoon Guards Officer’s Foreign Service Helmet Plate, Late 19th Century.