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The Kings Colonials, ‘B’ Squadron British American - other ranks cap badge

The Kings Colonials, ‘B’ Squadron British American - other ranks cap badge

1901 - 1908

The squadron did not see service in the South African War. It was re-named in 1905 as The King's Colonials, Imperial Yeomanry and in 1908 was re-titled King Edward's Horse (The King's Overseas Dominions Regiment) and issued a new badge when it became part of the Territorial Army. In 1909, the Crown Colonies attained the status of Dominions, with the term "Colonial Sq... read more

Code: 110

90.00 CAD

2nd King Edward's Horse - cap badge

2nd King Edward's Horse - cap badge

The 2nd King Edward's Horse (The King's Overseas Dominions Regiment) was a cavalry regiment of the British Army, formed in 1914, which saw service in the First World War. It was formed of British colonial citizens who were in Britain at the start of the war.

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Code: 109

90.00 CAD

Canada - Block type metal shoulder title badge

Canada - Block type metal shoulder title badge

Marked CARON BROS. MONTREAL 1915

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Code: 108

30.00 CAD

229th (South Saskatchewan) Battalion, CEF - shoulder title  Missing lug

229th (South Saskatchewan) Battalion, CEF - shoulder title Missing lug

The 229th Battalion, CEF was a unit in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War. Based in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, the unit began recruiting in early 1916 in southern Saskatchewan. After sailing to England in April 1917, the battalion was absorbed into the 19th Reserve Battalion on May 10, 1917. The 229th Battalion, CEF had one Officer Commanding: Lieut-Col. H. D. Pickett.read more

Code: 107

50.00 CAD

31st British Columbia Horse - collar tab

31st British Columbia Horse - collar tab

On 15 April 1912, the 2nd BC Horse was redesignated as the 31st Regiment, British Columbia Horse.

On 1 November 1920, as a result of the Canadian Militia reorganization following the Otter Commission, the 31st Regiment British Columbia Horse was redesignated as the 5th British Columbia Light Horse.

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Code: 104

120.00 CAD

Kings Colonials - slouch hat badge

Kings Colonials - slouch hat badge

The King's Colonials (KC) were a unique yeomanry Regiment in the British Army in the opening years of the 20th century. Although formed in the final stages of the Boer War, the Regiment itself did not see service there although a number of its individual members did.

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Code: 103

70.00 CAD

Canadian Army Service Corps - 1 Overseas Training Depot - cap badge - Pin back

Canadian Army Service Corps - 1 Overseas Training Depot - cap badge - Pin back

During World War I, the CASC provided a support element for each Canadian Division, and later on, for the Canadian Corps. With the introduction of motorized vehicles, the CASC carried commodities of a greater range and of greater weights. Motorized transportation also resulted in expanded responsibilities such as driving ambulances and engineer pontoon vehicles, carrying all natures of ammuniti... read more

Code: 102

70.00 CAD

Efficiency Medal with Territorial scroll to BDR. W.B. Christie from the 5th Battalion, 53rd (Royal Northumberland Fusiliers) Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery - George VI

Efficiency Medal with Territorial scroll to BDR. W.B. Christie from the 5th Battalion, 53rd (Royal Northumberland Fusiliers) Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery - George VI

Great Britain
King George VI

The Territorial Efficiency Medal (TEM) was a United Kingdom award for long service in the Territorial Army. It superseded the Territorial Force Efficiency Medal when the Territorial Force became the Territorial Army in 1921. It was superseded by the Efficiency Medal in 1930.

On 7 February 1920, following the establishment of the... read more

Code: 101

90.00 CAD

Canadian Machine Gun Corps cap badge - no crown

Canadian Machine Gun Corps cap badge - no crown

Bent barrel in one in one of the guns.

The Canadian Machine Gun Corps (CMGC) was an administrative corps of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) and of the Canadian Militia. It was part of the CEF sent to France during World War I. The Canadian Permanent Machine Gun Brigade was organized in the Permanent Force on 16 April 1917. The Canadian Permanent Machine Gun Brigade was re... read more

Code: 99

60.00 CAD

Canadian Machine Gun Corps - General Service collar badge

Canadian Machine Gun Corps - General Service collar badge

The Canadian Machine Gun Corps (CMGC) was an administrative corps of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) and of the Canadian Militia. It was part of the CEF sent to France during World War I. The Canadian Permanent Machine Gun Brigade was organized in the Permanent Force on 16 April 1917. The Canadian Permanent Machine Gun Brigade was redesignated the Royal Canadian Permanent Machine Gun Bri... read more

Code: 98

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