WW1 Era Loyal North Lancashire Regiment Cap Badge.
A good example of this badge used from 1901 until 1920 when the badge was slightly redesigned with a gap under the rose and a little later with a gap all around the rose. This one comes in excellent condition.
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WW1 BWM to Edith M Archer VAD Served Salonika
A WW1 British war medal correctly named to Edith Maud Archer of the Voluntary Detachment.
Edith Archer was born in 1887 and served with the British Red Cross Society No 18 Norfolk Voluntary Aid Detachment as a Ward Orderly. She served with the 61st General Military Hospital in Hortajkoi, Salonika from June 1918. This was a base hospital just northeast of Thessaloniki. It saw its fair sha... read more
Rare WW1 Almeric Paget Military Massage Corps Cloth Sleeve Badge
An extremely rare original WW1 1916 era Almeric Paget Military Massage Corps nurse's uniform sleeve badge.
It is a large hand-made cloth wing bearing cross to the centre and embroidered APMMC through one arm of the cross. These were made by the nurses to a set pattern. The first badge was embroidered with APMC in the centre.
The APMMC was a privately funded by Almeric Paget and ... read more
WW1 Memorial Plaque & Pair to Smithson Grimsby Chums.
A Great War Broze memorial plaque named to William Henry Smithson, British war and Victory medal correctly named to 1239 Private William Henry Smithson of the 10th battalion Lincolnshire regiment (the Grimsby Chums).
William Smithson was born around 1896 in Morton, Gainsborough, Lincolshire. He joined the 10th battalion in Grimsby on 7th January 1915.
The 10th (Grimsby) Battalion... read more
WW1 British War & Red Cross Medal to Nurse Greenwood VAD
A WW1 British war medal correctly named to Lilian Mary Greenwood of the Voluntary Aid Detachment and the British Red Cross society Service medal for the great war, unnamed as issued.
Lilian Greenwood was the only child of the Reverend William Greenwood and Augusta Mary Greenwood. Lillian was born in Oakly, Buckinghamshire 1889. Later with her father and mother moved she to Cambridgeshire... read more
WW1 Era Hertfordshire Regiment Cap Badge.
The all-brass badge worn by this territorial regiment from around 1908 until 1921 when it was merged with the Bedfordshire regiment, however the 1st battalion Hertfordshire’s remained as TA and the same badge was used in white metal. It is in very good order with slight wear to the high points.
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WW1 Kings Royal Rifle Corps Bronze Officers Cap Badge.
WW1 Officers Bronze badge with no blacking. In very nice used condition, slight wear and toned.
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Scarce 19th Century Cavalry Officers Wellington Boots.
Black leather Wellington boots worn by cavalry officers from the early 19th century. This is a very good pair, looking at the manufacture and design they may date quit early, however age is difficult to determine as they are in such good condition. They were probably Patent leather but over the years this has worn. They have a leather sole with a stacked leather heel. The leather uppers have no... read more