Scarce pre 1920 Grenadier Guards brass shoulder titles. The small grenade was replaced by the Royal Cypher after 1920, see Westlake badge 709
A very rare WW1 H.M. TRANSPORTS Naval officers cap badge.
Perspex sweetheart badge for Merchant Navy made from an old brass button most probably WW2
Selection of Genuine Royal Navy Insignia
5th Dragoon Guards belt and pouch
Early British Army black leather pouch no internal fittings.marked inside 35 (twice) brass fittings and stud securing arrangement attached to white leather cross belt. Pouch has a Kings Crown 5th Dragoon Guards pouch badge attached by 2 long bolts, no nuts and pouch has 2 other holes where an early badge has been affixed. Only Heavy Cavalry wore devices on the pouch. A pre WW1 cavalry item.
A very nice early Slade Wallace type leather belt c 1900 that has been modified later for ceromonial purposes note later RAOC markings. Original Victorian belt buckle with R & J PULLMAN Ltd London and Goadalming markings to the Brass Buckle. Very good long length 44 inches RARE
Pair of genuine WW2 formation signs £20 the pair. Printed WW2 service stripes £10