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This sale was held on 02/08/2020 at 11:00am

A Very Rare King's Royal Rifle Corps Cavalry Style Jacket, circa 1830-1854, elaborately decorated with lace to cuffs, back and shoulders, denoting a high ranking officer, with contemporary cross belt

£800 - £1,200

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Lieutenant's Full Dress Tunic, circa 1854, with red cuffs and collar and pearl braid and loops
Note: The rank insignia on the collar was issued until the Cardwell Reforms of 1881, when rank badges were transferred to the epaulettes


£200 - £300

A King's Royal Rifles Corps Lieutenant Colonel's Full Dress Tunic, circa 1854-1881, with pearl braid and loops
Note: The rank insignia on the collar was issued until the Cardwell Reforms of 1881, when rank badges were transferred to the epaulettes


£250 - £300

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Full Dress Tunic issued to a Major of the Reserve during the Boer War, circa 1900-1901, with royal coat of arms to collar, black leather cross belt with silver boss, whistle and holder
Note: During the Boer War retired officers on the reserve list were used to train recruits, to release younger officers for active service at the front.


£600 - £800

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Dress Tunic of a Bugle Major, Early 20th Century, with insignia to cuff, black leather cross belt with silver boss and whistle, and an astrakhan/lambs wool busby with red on black plume

£800 - £1,200

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Full Dress Tunic, Post-1901, with bandsman's rank badge of crossed marksmen insignia to cuff

£120 - £160

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Rifleman's Tunic, Post-1902, Lance Corporal's full dress with crossed rifle insignia

£100 - £150

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Bandsman's Tunic, Dated 1908, with titles to epaulettes but no swallows nest

£100 - £150

King's Royal Rifle Corps Bandsman's Tunic, Dated March 1909, with red facings and built-in musician's swallows nest and tailor's label dated March 1909, with sealskin busby and black on red plume

£300 - £350

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Khaki Service Dress, First World War Pattern, with Kings Crown general service buttons and medal ribbons

£200 - £300

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Mess Kit Jacket of Major G. C. Shakerley D.S.O, Early 20th Century, with braces and matching waistcoat
Note: Major Shakerley served in the Somali campaign against the Mad Mullah. Later promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and killed in action in WWI.


£200 - £300

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Busby Tin, of Major G. C. Shakerley, Late 19th Century, containing busby with red on black plume of ostrich and egret vulture feathers, and exploding grenade ferrule, with King Edward's Crown to boss, and Maltese Cross battle honours post-1881

£200 - £300

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Patrol Jacket and Trousers Attributed to Lieutenant O. H. C Balfour, 1914, with WWI medal ribbon with oak leaf and replacement Captain's rank shoulder boards

£150 - £200

A King's Royal Rifleman Corps Bugler's Full Dress Tunic, Issue Date 1934

£80 - £120

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Full Dress Jacket of a Lieutenant in a Territorial Battalion, pre Second World War

£100 - £150

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Patrol or No.1 Dress Jacket, pre-WWII, with black on red Sergeant's stripes, a King's Royal Rifle Corps full dress jacket with waistcoat and trousers issued 1936 to Major A. S. Ronald, and a mess jacket and waistcoat issued to Major A. S. Ronald
Note: Major Ronald was killed in action November 1942


£150 - £200

A King's Royal Rifle Corps No. 1 Dress Patrol Jacket issued to Captain A. J. Round, issue date 3rd February 1942, with trousers, and medal ribbons including the 8th Army to Africa Star Campaign, and King's Royal Rifle Corps battle-dress blouse, dated January 4th 1943, tailored by the Jersey Coat Company, USA, issued to Lieutenant Colonel Toby Low (later Brigadier), with medal ribbons: OBE, DSO, 1939-45 ...

£120 - £160

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Service Dress Uniform of Lieutenant Colonel the Hon. R.M. Parker, dated 1944, later Brigadier KRRC, with black horn buttons, black lanyard, and medal ribbons: War Medal, GSM Medal with oak leaf (Palestine), 1939-45 War Medal, tailor's label dated 3-1-44, and a summer uniform jacket and trousers of Lieutenant Colonel the Hon. R.M. Parker

£150 - £200

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Post-War No.1 Dress Tunic, dated 1956, with Kings Crown ball buttons with Corporal rank, KRRC insignia of crossed rifles and BG over laurel leaf badge to sleeve indicating marksman with rifle and Bren gun, King's Royal Rifle Corps Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant patrol jacket, pre-1958, previously 1st or 2nd KRRC, and KRRC battle-dress blouse, pre-1958, for Company Sergeant ...

£100 - £150

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Lieutenant or Major General's Overcoat, of blue-grey colour with scarlet lining, brass buttons with cross buttons and sword insignia, the rank insignia missing from epaulettes and with crown only, and King's Royal Rifle Corps Cadets service uniform of tunic and trousers with RSM rank badge and KRRACF insignia to epaulette, the jacket dated 1960

£150 - £200

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Officer's Mess Kit, tailored by Pulford & Sons, St James's Street, London, SW, and issued to Lieutenant H. W. M. Watson, complete with trousers and waistcoat

£80 - £120

A King's Royal Rifle Corps Dress Jacket, dated 1913, with red and gold collar

£150 - £200

A Royal Green Jackets Mess Jacket and Waistcoat of Field Marshall The Lord Bramall, KG. GCB. OBE. MC. JP. DL (1923-2019)
Note: This lot comes with a letter from Major K. Gray, Keeper of the Archives, The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum, confirming that this jacket, now in the vendor's possession, was donated by the Field Marshall to the museum in April 2014


£200 - £300

A Royal Green Jackets Service Dress Uniform of Jacket and Trousers, of Brigadier D. M. Pontifex, Royal Green Jackets (late Rifle Brigade) with Sam Browne belt, and jungle kit

£100 - £150

A Green Jackets Brigade Officer's Battle-Dress Blouse, with Captain's rank issued 1951, with black buttons, and identity card for Captain Michael John Calvert, and mess jacket and trousers attributed to an Officer of the 3rd Battalion Royal Green Jackets

£100 - £150

A Royal Green Jackets Service Dress Uniform of Sir James Glover as Colonel Commandant of The Royal Green Jackets; service dress uniform attributed to Green Jackets General Sir James Glover, and also summer uniform attributed to Sir James Glover, both identified by medal ribbons

£200 - £300

A Green Jackets Battle-Dress Blouse, Corporal's rank, issued 1950, with shoulder title Green Jackets (3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade), with black/green lanyard, and Royal Green Jackets bandsman's tunic with gold on black epaulettes and trousers, complete with cloak for winter use, issued to Bandsman 1st RGJ, circa 1963

£80 - £120

A Rifle Brigade Battle-Dress Blouse (1949 Pattern) - tailored by Montague Burton (1952), with Major General rank for Vivian Wakefield-Street (1912-1972), with scarlet gorgets, black buttons to epaulettes, black on green Rifle Brigade pips and crossed batons and swords, and parachute wings on shoulder, with medal ribbons CMG, CBE, DSO, MC, General Service Medal, 1939-1945 Star, Africa Star with 8th ...

£100 - £150

A Rifle Brigade No.1 Dress Tunic for Major General Vivian Wakefield-Street, with brass buttons and Major General insignia, medal ribbons as previous lot plus Knight of the Order of Saint John
Note: Major General Wakefield-Street served with Special Forces North Africa and as advisor to the Yugoslav Resistance Leader, later President, Marshall Tito


£100 - £150

A Rifle Brigade Summer Uniform of Colonel D. M. R. Bright, 1959, with black buttons, Guelphic Crown insignia and Rifle Brigade scarlet gorget patches with black buttons

£80 - £120

A Rifle Brigade No. 1 Dress and Mess Jacket, Waistcoat and Trousers with Tailor's Label for Major Stephen Francis Cave, with bugle horn insignia to mess jacket lapels, and medal ribbons for Kenya and General Service ribbons
Note: This Officer was a Major in the Rifle Brigade and Royal Green Jackets


£100 - £150

A Rifle Brigade Full Dress Tunic of Rifle Brigade Major Peter Peel MC

£100 - £150

A Rifle Brigade Full Dress Tunic of Colour Sergeant, late 19th Century, insignia on sleeve, with QVC buttons and medal ribbons

£200 - £300

A Rifle Brigade Officer's Black Overcoat, with Rifle Brigade buttons with Guelphic Crown insignia, silk lining

£100 - £150

A Rifle Brigade Patrol or Undress Jacket, and a Rifle Brigade Captain's tunic, post-WWII, with Prince Albert ball buttons

£150 - £200

A Queen Victoria's Rifles Tunic of C.S.M. Jimmy Madden, with unique rosettes indicating long service veteran, and a Queen Victoria's Rifles patrol jacket and trousers attributed to Captain J. S. Lascelle, issued 6th June 1939
Note: C.S.M. Jimmy Madden, captured in Calais, escaped 1945 and helped partisans to zero their weapons. The vendor played the Last Post at Madden's memorial service.


£120 - £160

A Tunic Issued to a Colour Sergeant of the Rifles, with insignia, rank badges and several medal ribbons, and a patrol jacket with Good Conduct and Long Service medal ribbons

£100 - £150

A Full Dress Scarlet Tunic of Unknown High Ranking Officer, Pre-1879, with gold laced cuff, medal ribbons from CB, Somali Campaign, Zulu War and Burma War

£150 - £200

A Scots Guards Service Dress Jacket, Trousers and Sam Browne Belt, rank of RSM, with various medal ribbons, and Grenadier Guards service dress jacket, rank of RSM, with various medal ribbons and Sam Browne belt

£80 - £120

A Grenadier Guards Other Ranks (Musicians) Full Dress Tunic, scarlet with gold on black epaulettes and a Royal Dragoon Guards Household Division Musician's full dress uniform, scarlet tunic with black and gold facings, and tailor's label

£100 - £150

A Grenadier Guards Scarlet Tunic (1959 Pattern), rank and file, made in England by Cashket's Products, size 7, and a Scots Guards scarlet tunic (1959 pattern), rank and file, made in England by Cashket's Products, size 6, both unworn, folded and boxed

£150 - £200

A Pair of Officer's Long Riding Boots with Spurs, another pair of Officer's long riding boots and a pair of Officer's short riding boots with spurs, attributed to the Rifle Brigade, with green leather lining and cuffs

£100 - £150

A Pair of Officer's Riding Boots with Spurs, green trim and lining, and two other pairs of mounted Officer's boots with spurs

£100 - £150

A Pair of Other Rank's No. 1 Dress Blue Trousers, Cavalry Pattern, size 18, dated 1956, a pair of Cavalry pantaloons with black lace over thin red stripe, and a pair of cavalry trousers, two red stripes over black, with leather instep buckles

£80 - £120

A Pair of Rifle Brigade Officer's Riding Pantaloons, black lace over green, with reinforced seat, one other pair, a Royal Green Jackets Officer's mess kit waistcoat, with tailor's label for Welsh & Jefferies of Savile Road for Colonel Alexander Francis Bistoquet, and three Rifle Brigade mess kit bow ties

£80 - £120

A Pair of Black Trousers to be worn with post-war plain tunic, one other pair and a pair of black riding pantaloons attributed to Captain A. J. Mitchell, 1958, and two starched shirts with detachable collars to complement Officer's mess kit

£80 - £120

A Busby Tin - Captain G. L. Austin, Prince Consort's Own Rifle Brigade, with 1st pattern busby, with chain link chin scale and Order of the Garter insignia to chain supports
Note: Was 2nd Lieutenant 1885, Captain 1863-1873, and died in Canterbury in 1902


£200 - £300

A Busby Tin - F. W. Parish, Kings Royal Rifles, with unrelated Victorian busby and plume with the Queen's Crown Maltese Cross (prior to 1901)
Note: During WWI Parish was CO to the 13th Battalion


£200 - £300


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