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A Victorian brass helmet plate for the Cameronians' Scottish Rifles.

Badge. The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Victorian Officer’s 1895 Birmingham hallmarked silver p

The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Victorian Officer’s 1895 Birmingham hallmarked silver p

44th Essex Regiment Blue cloth Helmet plate | eBay

44th Essex Regiment Blue cloth Helmet plate | eBay

Pre WW1 British Army 73rd Black Watch Regiment Gilding Metal Badge. Last Shako Helmet Plate

Pre WW1 British Army 73rd Black Watch Regiment Gilding Metal Badge. Last Shako Helmet Plate

Please view our cap badges from military and emergency services. Most are British or British Commonwealth or British Empire - https://www.kellybadges.co.uk/3-cap-badges

South Staffordshire Regiment with King's Crown. Bi-metallic Other Ranks' metal cap badge

South Staffordshire Regiment Other Ranks' metal cap badge for sale

British Army Medical Regiment Cap Badge

British Army Medical Regiment Cap Badge

Badge. Scottish. King’s Own Scottish Borderers Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1884-1901.

King’s Own Scottish Borderers Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa

Please view our cap badges from military and emergency services. Most are British or British Commonwealth or British Empire - https://www.kellybadges.co.uk/3-cap-badges

Bedfordshire Regiment 1958-1961 Anodised Staybrite army cap badge

Please view our cap badges from military and emergency services.  Most are British or British Commonwealth or British Empire - https://www.kellybadges.co.uk/3-cap-badges

Norfolk Regiment - With Wreath Pre-1937 Bi-metallic Other Ranks' metal cap badge

Norfolk Regiment - With Wreath army cap badge

Cameronians Full dress – type of uniform worn primarily for ceremonial occasions, particularly after the First World War when full dress had practically disappeared from the Army.  In 1947 No.1 dress for ceremonial occasions was introduced.

Cameronians Full dress – type of uniform worn primarily for ceremonial occasions, particularly after the First World War when full dress had practically disappeared from the Army. In 1947 dress for ceremonial occasions was introduced.

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