All Insignia worn and used during World War 1
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Worn in GEA and Palestine
van Tonders Horse, Mil.Dist.No.9 fell under the
Transvaal Rebellion Commandos who fought against the Boer rebels
Brass with slider intact
Unit fought in GSWA 1915
Worn in German East African Campaign
Formed in 1913
Fought in GSWA in 1915 and GEA 1916
Badge has lugs intact and a blue feather attached
Unit was raised in 1914 for service in GSWA
Lieutenant Colonel rank
Worn on pith helmet .
Men who served in the unit where policemen
Heavy wire embroidered
Heavy wire embroidered pocket blazer badge
1 SA Infantry Brigade was attached to the 9th Scottish Division in France 1916-18
Worn in France 1915-19
Maker marked JR GAUNT LONDON
SA Signal Service was a small volunteer unit who served in France under British command.
JR Gaunt, London on reverse
Worn in France 1916-1918
Unit fought in GEA Campaign
Worn by M.T.C. in German East Africa 1916-18
Formed in May 1915 and flew in the GSWA Campaign until July 1915
Consisted of 17 officers and 150 men
Lugs replaced with brooch pin
Worn in the GSWA Campaign 1914-15
Slight damage to one horn
Blazer Badge. Troops from the Cape Corps would have worn this. Taken off a blazer. Rare.
Shoulder title. Brass. Single. Lugs intact.
Unit was specially formed for service in G.S.W.A. Rare. Single. Lugs intact.
Served in G.S.W.A. Lugs intact. Very Rare.
Solid centre brass badge. Lugs intact. Other ranks type. Rare.
Worn by personnel who were exempted from active service and to avoid getting a white feather from citizens, would wear this pin on their suits. Pin intact. Numbered. Rare.
Shoulder Title. Brass. Lugs intact. 1908 to 1910. Single.
During the GSWA campaign this unit transported water to the front lines. Lug backs. Rare.
1913 to 1932. Lugs intact. Single. Served in GSWA.
Maker marked in Richmond, Surry, UK. Lugs intact. Brass. Rare.