Life Guards EIIR Officer's Helmet.
A superb post 1953 example. Skull of German silver decorated with gilt brass laurel and oak leaf design. Gilt rose pattern ear bosses support a gilt brass black leather backed chin chain. To the front, helmet plate of half laurel/half oak leaf wreath surrounding the Collar of the Order of the Garter and surmounted by a Crown. Mounted to centre is a cut silver star of the Order of the Garter. The gilt pierced Garter is set onto blue enamelled ground, to the centre, the Cross of St. George in red enamel. To top of the helmet a gilt and silver spike rises from an eight pointed star and supports the white horsehair plume. Plume is surmounted by a gilt rose boss. Complete with original lining. Excellent
Code: 50378Price: 2950.00 GBP
Warwickshire Regiment Officer's helmet circa 1902-14.
An extremely fine example of the Home Service Pattern blue cloth helmet complete with gilt metal cross piece, spike and rose bosses supporting a velvet backed chin chain. To the front, a gilt regimental pattern helmet plate bearing a silver scroll inscribed "The Warwickshire Regiment"¯. Leather sweatband to interior topped with crimson cotton. Tailor's label of Samuel Gardner & Co. London. to cotton lining. Gilt fresh, spike sligthly bent otherwise excellent condition.
Royal Horse Guards George VI Period Trooper's helmet.
A good example, the nickel skull with bi-metal King's Crown helmet plate to front. To each side, a rose head boss supports the leather backed chin chain (stitching faults). A silvered plume holder supports a scarlet horsehair plume with silvered dome button pattern boss. The interior with a working replacement leather lining. Minor service wear, overall good condition
Code: 50376Price: 1100.00 GBP
Officer's Home Service Blue Cloth Helmet
A good example of the 1878 pattern Officer's Home Service pattern blue cloth helmet complete with gilt metal cross piece, spike and rose bosses which support the leather backed chinchain. The interior with leather sweatband to interior. The overall condition is good, the cork of the skull in sound condition, however the spike is bent, stitching faults to the chin chain,
Scottish. 5th VB Royal Scots OR's glengarry badge circa 1888-1908.
A good die-stamped white metal example on loops. Thistle Star with St. Andrew and the Cross to solid domed centre. On the star above the Saint, a scroll inscribed "5th Vol Batt"; beneath, another inscribed "The Royal Scots".
HQ at Leith.
Code: 50374Price: 125.00 GBP
3rd and 4th Militia Battalions Manchester Regiment Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1881-96.
A fine die-stamped white metal example on loops. Crowned circlet inscribed “Manchester”, Arms of Manchester to voided centre.
Code: 50373Price: 125.00 GBP
New Zealand. 17th (Ruahine) Regiment OR’s helmet plate.
A good scarce die-stamped brass example on loops. Fern wreath with “Ruahine” scroll at the base, five pointed star to voided centre. Evidence of J.R. Gaunt, London tablet to reverse.
Code: 50372Price: 150.00 GBP
Royal Cheshire Militia “belltop” Officer’s shako plate circa 1829-44.
A very fine rare example on original loops with wires behind the crown. Large rich gilt crowned eight pointed star mounted with cut silver Garter Star with gilt Garter; to the domed centre, the Cross of St. George in translucent red enamel. Across the end of the Garter, replacement gilt fasces inscribed “Cheshire”. Enamel with minor imperfections.
Cheshire Militia raised at Chester 18th September, 1759; redesignated Royal Cheshire Militia in 1778 and 1st Royal Cheshire Light Infantry 25th July, 1853. Became 3rd Bn. Cheshire Regiment on Friday 1st July,
Code: 50371Price: 750.00 GBP
3rd VB Hampshire Regiment Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circa 1885-96.
A fine die-stamped white metal example on three loops. Crowned circlet inscribed “Hampshire, 3rd Volr. Battn.”; Tiger to voided centre.
HQ at Portsmouth
Code: 50370Price: 135.00 GBP
Worcester Militia Victorian Officer’s waist belt plate circa 1855-81.
A good scarce silvered example with matching numbers to both halves. Circlet inscribed “Worcester Militia”; burnished centre bearing tower. Universal pattern rococo ends. Minor service wear.
Originally raised 17th June 1770, became 3rd Bn. Worcestershire Regt. 1st July 1881.
Code: 50369Price: 350.00 GBP
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