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Another very nearly matching pair of Royal Artillery OSD collars.  They came from the same local antiques shop and might have been worn as a pair and very sensibly priced.

 

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15th Hussars QVC,16th Queens Lancers KC Officers(Rare),16th Queens Lancers QVC Officers,

16th The Queens Lancers Officers Bronze KC,16th The Queens Lancers Officers KC,16th The Queens Lancers,16th-5th The Queens Lancers,18th Hussars 1911-1922,19th Hussars,20th Hussars KC,

21st Lancers KC,27th Lancers Officers,Royal Scots Greys,Royal Armoured Corps Bronze KC.

 

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Stunning additions to the Collar Badges thread, Malcolm. Where you always that lucky to find them in pairs? Where these all made by the same maker?

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A new addition, a single WWII period OSD collar badge, New Zealand Onward.  I have shown it with a cap badge against a scale to show the size.

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another unknown Prince of Wales feathers collar, if anyone recognises it.

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Glider Pilot Regiment officers frosted silver collar by FIRMIN LONDON  only in existence in this pattern between 1950 when they stopped using the AAC pattern badge and in theory changed to the Queens crown version in 53, though it is likely that this version continued until the unit was disbanded in 57.  A rare badge and relatively pricey

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Pembroke Yeomanry w/m, brooch conversion, but still a very nice collar

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Pembroke Yeomanry AA by Firmin

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Parachute regiment officers silver plated collar converted to pin back fitting, maker marked Firmin.

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