A Scarce Albert Pattern 1844 helmet plate to the 69th South Lincolnshire Regiment of Foot. Complete with both lugs.
Good condition $685
A SUPERB GILT Victorian Blue Cloth Helmet Plate to the East Lancashire Regiment. It would be unlikely that you could find a better condition one.
Superb Condition $795
Another excellent quality KC Blue Cloth Helmet Plate to the Worcestershire Regiment.
Lovely gilt finish. $675
A very good example of a Victorian Blue Cloth Helmet Plate to the Suffolk Regiment.
Good gilt finish. $650
A rare example in die-stamped brass, of original curved shape (approx. 195mm x 90mm). The plate displays the full Arms of Great Britain post 1837. In use on the 1834 and 1843 pattern helmets by the following regiments, 2nd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Dragoon Guards and the 1st Dragoons, small perforations through wear in a few places and one ray-tip fastening element missing, otherwise good condition for age.
A good quality die-stamped example. Royal Arms with Queen’s Crown, battle honours up to Sobraon and unit title below, with two screw post fasteners. Good condition.
16th (The Queen’s) Lancers other ranks full dress lance cap plate c.1902-14, with Battle Honours to South Africa 1902, with two screw posts. Good condition.
The 46th South Devon Regiment. See Parkyn plate 272. Pre 1855.
The 46th served in Australia 1814 – 1818.
The 17th Leicestershire Regiment. See Parkyn plate 173. Worn 1825 to circa 1843.
The 17th served in Australia 1830 – 1836
72nd (Duke of Albany’s Own) Highlanders other ranks cross belt plate 1825 – 1855.Probably the most reproduced plate of all time. However, this one is original with the correct fault line through the top of the 72. Also correct hooks to the back
Good detail in silver work $2850
Very Good condition and very rare $2750
1st (Royal) Dragoons Horse Gilt Bit Boss in very good gilt. Victorian issue with Guelphic crown and central lion over crown complete with all lugs. Superb condition.
3rd Kent Royal Arsenal Artillery Volunteer Corps Officer’s Edwardian Period Helmet Plate. A solid cast gilt metal example of standard Royal Arms pattern, the top scroll inscribed, ‘3rd Kent’ and the lower, ‘Royal Arsenal Arty. Vol. Corps’. Complete with three loop fasteners, slight gilt loss otherwise good condition
The Welsh Regiment 3rd Volunteer Battalions Other Ranks Victorian Period Helmet Plate, good quality die stamped white metal example of standard pattern crowned star and laurel, back plate with circular centre Prince of Wales’s crest and regimental motto plus unit title, with original lug fasteners.