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The York & Lancaster Regiment KC Officers Helmet Plate

The York & Lancaster Regiment KC Officers Helmet Plate

This is the younger brother of the QVC plate already listed. The regiment saw service in both Egypt and Sudan immediately after its formation in 1881, and also during the Second Boer War, when it took part in the Relief of Ladysmith. This badge dates from 1901 and would have been worn until 1908. The rose in the middle has a gilt overlay on the silver base. read more

Code: 50006

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The York & Lancaster Regiment QVC Officer Helmet Plate

The York & Lancaster Regiment QVC Officer Helmet Plate

A superb Helmet Plate worn from 1881-1901. In four part construction and in extremely good condition. The Y&L were formed in 1881 from two old regiments and The new regiment saw service in both Egypt and Sudan immediately after its formation, and also during the Second Boer War, when it took part in the Relief of Ladysmith. read more

Code: 50005

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The 1st West India Regiment QCV Officers Helmet Plate

The 1st West India Regiment QCV Officers Helmet Plate

This is a superb example of an extremely scarce plate Four battle honours. Dominica,Martinique,Guadaloupe and Ashantee. The Ashanti or Ashantee wars were fought between 1873 and 1874 and I believe this plate was worn prior to 1881. A beautiful badge in great condition the photos don't do it justice. read more

Code: 50004

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The Sherwood Foresters QVC Officers Helmet plate

The Sherwood Foresters QVC Officers Helmet plate

A scarce QVC example of this lovely helmet plate worn from 1881-1901.Made in 6 parts. the stag,the wreath, the cross, the scroll, the laurels and the fine backplate. The loops have been pinched at some time in the past but could be repaired The pattern was changed in 1904 to read Notts and Derby read more

Code: 50003

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27th Regiment of Foot The Inniskillings 1878-1881 Officers Helmet Plate

27th Regiment of Foot The Inniskillings 1878-1881 Officers Helmet Plate

One of the scarcest of helmet plates. This is K&K 192. It was worn by Officers of the 27th for just 3 years before the 1881 amalgamations. When they became the 1st Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. (When did you see another?) In superb condition and varies only from K&K in that it has a black felt backing to the silver castle. read more

Code: 50001

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