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3rd Victorian Rifles Glengarry Badge

3rd Victorian Rifles Glengarry Badge

A standard Glengarry Badge for one Montreal's many rifle regiments serving in the Victorian era. Vicky crown with original short lugs for a cap. read more

Code: 50978

125.00 CAD

Lorne Scots Glengarry Badge

Lorne Scots Glengarry Badge

An attractive post war badge with lugs. read more

Code: 50977

300.00 CAD

Rare Officers 1861 Canada Militia Shako Plate

Rare Officers 1861 Canada Militia Shako Plate

These plates are rare compared to the common OR plate and are made with a sliver wash with a gilt brass bimetal center piece. This item is missing its lugs. read more

Code: 50976

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Early Canadian White Metal Shako Plate c.1861

Early Canadian White Metal Shako Plate c.1861

This is the first pattern Shako plate issued to Canadian Militia for the 1855 and 1861 Shakos. Few Companies or Battalions could afford to purchase unit specific plates. This was generic issue from M&D to probably 90% of the force in the early 1860s and 70s. Brass versions of this badge started to appear in the 1870s for the transition to this preferred metal and were worn on the 1869 Shakos.... read more

Code: 50975

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Black Watch Highlander Kilt Mid 20th Century

Black Watch Highlander Kilt Mid 20th Century

Offered is a military issued kilt probably dating early to mid 20th century. Ideal to complete a balck watch or 91st Bn display with tunic. Inexpensive and in good condition, well made with no mothing. The 91st kilts are identical government pattern, but are of a lighter hew and depending on rank, embellished with a panel of ribbon, but will do in a pinch. read more

Code: 50755

250.00 CAD

1896 Scarlet Officer's Cutaway Frock Coat For 5th Royal Scots

1896 Scarlet Officer's Cutaway Frock Coat For 5th Royal Scots

Offered is a Highland Officer's private purchase 5 button, serge cutaway frock coat. The Officer gilt buttons are marked to the 5th Royal Scots (later the Royal Highlanders of Canada or Black Watch). It has Captains rank on the blue epaulettes and has the standard blue collars, and cuff facings for infantry. With these buttons we can date the tunic to approximately 1896 to 1906. The tunic ap... read more

Code: 50765

575.00 CAD

Full Dress tunic to the 46th Durham Bn with Pants and Sash

Full Dress tunic to the 46th Durham Bn with Pants and Sash

A nice example of a pre WWI formal line infantry full dress tunic to the 46th Bn. It has standard general service maple leaf brass army buttons and collars, unit shoulder titles appropriate to this Bn. The Sgt stripes may have been added post war in the 1920s or 30s. This tunic is of the 1878 pattern or style, but is the later version with some economy measures in material. It has an owners ... read more

Code: 50774

550.00 CAD

91st Canadian Highlanders Pre WWI Full Dress Doublet

91st Canadian Highlanders Pre WWI Full Dress Doublet

The 91st Highlanders are a unit from raised in 1903 in Hamilton. This tunic dates from that era and would have been in use well into the 1930s for parade use. These tunics are often found on the market in rough shape, but this one has its coulour intact and is overall in great condition. The liner is in rough shape and there is a thread loose on one of the doublet panels on the right that ne... read more

Code: 50775

575.00 CAD

RCA Battery Sergeant Major dress uniform c.1900

RCA Battery Sergeant Major dress uniform c.1900 "C" Battery

This tunic, manufactured in Hamilton, is in fantastic shape. It has all of its NCO gilt cord intact, one section loose at the collar. There are two small moth holes on one epaulette, and a little tracking on a cuff that is not noticeable. The buttons are late Victorian, but the rank insignia has the Edwardian crown. C Battery titles would indicate this to be a regular or permanent force tun... read more

Code: 50779

600.00 CAD

79th Highlander Dress Doublet C.1910

79th Highlander Dress Doublet C.1910

The 79th Highlanders are a unit from raised in 1910. This tunic dates from that era and would have been in use well into the 1930s for parade use. These tunics are often found on the market in rough shape, but this one has its colour intact and is overall in great condition with small moth nip in the middle of the back and on some of the with pipping on the front right skirt. The liner is fi... read more

Code: 50780

650.00 CAD