Cap Badge Variants
Hallmarked Silver Officers dress Cap
Regimental copy cap badge in white metal
(low grade silver), long loops N/S.
Damaged OSD (Validity Unknown?)
x3 blades/Tangs Cap badge, yellow metal or gilt washed?
The above example (before cleaning) has had its "I" removed for the post 1908
The pin badge to the right is a gilding-metal cap badge that has
had the loops sawn off, a pin and clasp has been added and then
the badge has had a layer of gilt (Owned by Major I Flamson,
OC F LDY Sqn ACF).
The letters LIY within a laurel-wreath on which are
four scrolls inscribed South, Africa, 1900, 1901-2
surmounted by an Imperial crown. Below, a scroll inscribed
Prince Albert's Own. Found in H/M/Silver, white metal and
H/M Sterling Silver example possibly only produced in a limited
number for individual purchase. This badge was not worn by the
Officers. The above example is attached to a senior officers WW1
victory medal. (apologies for the out of focus photo).
White Metal (Other Ranks)