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BBV0001
BBV0001
Argyll Highland Rifle Volunteers fully fretted glengarry badge in excellent condition, a stunning badge, most likely a senior NCO or Warrant Officers badge, scarce to find fully fretted badges.
     £235.00
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BBV0002
BBV0002
Victorian Royal Engineer Volunteer cap badge, in excellent condition, don't see many of these come up, getting scarce.

BBV0003
BBV0003
A now difficult to find National Motor Volunteers bronze cap badge, both blades intact, maker marked JR Gaunt London. The Volunteer Training Corps was suspended in December 1918, and disbanded in January 1920, with the exception of the Volunteer Motor Corps which was retained until April 1921 in case of civil disorder. (KK Vol 1, No.1694, page 407)

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BBV0005
BBV0005
5th Volunteer Battalion The Royal Scots, other ranks glengarry badge circ 1887 - 1903, white metal, both lugs intact, excellent condition, nice example

BBV0006
BBV0006
7th Volunteer Battalion The Royal Scots, fretted centre, other ranks glengarry badge circ 1887 - 1903, 2 piece white metal, both lugs intact, excellent clean condition, nice example
     £110.00
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BBV0009
BBV0009
2nd Volunteer Battalion Royal Highlanders fully fretted glengarry badge in excellent condition, a stunning badge, most likely a senior NCO or Warrant Officers badge, scarce to find fully fretted badges.
     £180.00
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BBV0010
BBV0010
5th Volunteer Battalion (Highland Light Infantry) Glasgow Highlanders (1/2 inch lugs) - WM

BBV0015
BBV0015
Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Volunteer Battalion ORís glengarry badge, pre 1908, heavy white metal, both lugs intact.

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BBV0025
A very nice Gordon Highlanders 6th Volunteer Battalion glengarry badge, circ 1887-91 though still worn during WW1, in solid silver, marked 'JRG&S', approx 2 1/4 inches (55mm) diameter, little wear though some bruising to left side 'belt' just above the buckle, quite heavy at 1.3 oz of silver, both lugs intact, a very nice Gordon's volunteer badge typically associated with Senior NCO's wear being solid silver.

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BBV0080
Scare WW1 2nd Volunteer Battalion Norfolk Regimental, all brass economy issue cap badge, both lugs intact, excellent condition