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A good scarce post 1953 scarlet example by Herbert Johnson complete with black and gilt eagle badge, simulated patent leather peak and chinstrap, the latter supported by two flat gilt metal buttons of regimental pattern. Ink name to sweatband. Minor service wear.
A fine large size, dark blue woollen, leather bound example by Supak Manufacturing Co Ld. The lining stamped with the WD 'Broard Arrow' in white, size 7⅛ and maker's details.Red 'tombstone patch to front with brass RM badge (Globe a little polished). Minor service wear.
A superb WW1 period, 1920's period Officer's helmet, khaki cloth material with seven folded pagri and leather trim to the edge. To the front a OSD Bronze Officer's regimental cap badge on blades. The interior is with leather sweatband. VGC no damage to the cork.
A good rare dark blue woolen example with red-white-red diced band and retaining white metal regimental badge (loop fittings). Cotton lining and complete with one of two tails. GC
This example is dated 1945 to the lining and is complete with a bronze OSD cap badge. GC some surface moth traces.
A fine scarce pre war example with maroon crown, green curtain and peak, the curtain secured by two plain silvered domed buttons.The crown and curtain piped with gold braid. Badge absent. Tan silk interior with impressed gold maker's stamp.
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