All Insignia used and worn during the Inter-war Years
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Lugs intact. 2nd issue with more pronounced “Z”. Worn 1904 to 1913
German passenger ship. Tally comes from the 1924 to 1936 period when owned by Hamburg Amerika Liner and was sold to German East Africa Liner and sunk in 1945 during an air raid.
Shoulder title set. White metal.1909-1914. Lug backs.
1902 to 1913. Bi-metal head dress badge. Lug backs.
1903 to 1907. Lug backs. Rare.
Gilt. Worn on the Sam Brown buckle.1923 to 1930s. Lug back.
1903 to 1913. Lug backs.
1903 to 1910. Lug back. White metal. Rare.
1908 to 1913. Lug back. Brass. Unit formed by the amalgamation of Eastern and Western Rifles. Rare.
Z type.1922 to 1926. Lug back. Hard to find.
Permanent Force issue.1922 to 1938. Lug back. Rare.
1913 to 1922 pattern. Z type. Lugbacks.
1922 to 1926. Z type. Lug back. Orignal. Rare.
Formed in 1902. Comes with a single button from the Transvaal Scottish Volunteers.
Brooch. Worn by pipe band members. 1922 to 1939.
Brass. Worn from 1902 to 1906. Brooch style pin. Rare.
Worn on slouch hat. 1902 to 1913. White metal. Rare. Original. Lug back.
White metal. Worn 1902 to 1907. Original. Lug back. Rare.
1916 to 1926. Lug back.
Brass. Original. Rare. Worn 1902 to 1906.
Blackened. Lug back. 1904 onwards.
White helmet badge. 1909 to 1913.Brooch pin intact. Rare.
Early 30s pattern wing. Sterling silver. Pin back.
1930s. Set. Lug Back. Field Artillery (Bloemfontein)
1921 to 1940. Set. Lug Back.
Set. 1903 to 1926. Lug back.
Shoulder Title. 1900 to 1926. Single. Lugs intact.
Arm Badge. Worn from 1931 to 1933. Lug back. Original. Rare.