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These are in excellent condition with hexagonal lugs, split pins but only one brass plate.
These are n excellent condition with hexagonal lugs, brass plates and split pins.
This is in excellent condition, is No 406112 and by J R Gaunt & Son Ltd London. It has a pin brooch backing.
A brass triangle bearing the title "On War Service" with the crown and date 1916 to the centre.
These are in excellent condition, one with hexagonal lugs, the other with round lugs. Not a true pair but could be worn as such.
This is unusual in having a white metal scroll making the whole badge the complete opposite of a WWI brass economy cap badge. This has been worn from the wear on the lugs and traces of polish. All white usually denotes volunteers however I can find no reference. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Scots_Greys
This is in excellent condition complete with slider. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Scots_Greys
This is in excellent condition with 2 lugs, appears to be locally cast.
The elephant's head to the centre of a pair of crossed cavalry lances above the number '27' and surmounted by a crown. Raised in 1941 and disbanded in 1945.
This is in excellent condition complete with slider.
Raised 1st February 1941 at Meerut, India. Disbanded at Bolarum near Secunderabad in Oct 1943
This unit served in India and Burma for the duration of it's existence. This is in excellent condition complete with slider. It is a 2 piece badge with both parts being sand cast (probably locally) with the gilded part being secured to the silvered part with straight lugs which have been hammered.
Raised 1st February 1941 at Sialkot, India. Disbanded 1st August 1947
This is cast and is in excellent condition with lugs.
More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/24th_Lancers
Raised 1st December 1940 at Cannock Staffordshire. Disbanded 1st August 1945
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