Wharton Militaria
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BBTA0001
5th/7th/8th/9th Territorial Battalions Durham Light Infantry (Kings Crown), South Africa 1900-02 scroll, frosted silver plate with burnished highlights (3/8th inch lugs)

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BBTA0002
5th/7th/8th/9th Battalions DLI, KC, Officers service dress bronze badge, 2 prong fitting

BBTA0003
BBTA0003
A scarce blackened 5th/7th/8th/9th Territorial Battalions of the Durham Light Infantry (Queens Crown), slider fitted, in unissued condition, lovely badge and hard to find.

BBTA0004
BBTA0004
1st City of London Cyclists, Kings Crown, gilding metal, plain slider

BBTA0005
BBTA0005
9th Hampshire Cyclists, Kings Crown, gilding metal, excellent condition

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BBTA0007
A fine Officer's cap badge to The Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Yorkshire (The Leeds Rifles) 7th Battalion, in solid silver, hallmarked by Gaunt, a very rare badge, when the regiment reverted by to its infantry role the WW1 tank was removed from the regimental badge, fine unissued condition

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BBTA0008
Welbeck College cap badge, in excellent condition with minimal wear.

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BBTA0009
Vickers Armstrong Factory Home Guard unit cap badge in excellent condition, minimal wear, not often found. Home Guard units were instructed to adopt the cap badge of their county regiment, however, the Vickers Armstrong Factory were the only factory Home Guard unit authorised by the War Office to wear a cap badge of their own design.

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BBTA0010
Liverpool Scottish Battalion Officers cap badge, silver plate, in unworn condition, an excellent example of this Officers badge.

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BBTA0011
Isle of Wight Rifles - sterling silver marked an 'S', hand made silver lugs (3/8 inch and heavy duty/thick), made by Gaunt

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BBTA0012
19th London St. Pancras South Africa 1899-02, KC - frosted silver plate burnished with 'J.R.Gaunt London'