"GOLDEN AGE BUTTONS": VOLUNTEERS & TERRITORIALS

The lists are now updated on a day-to-day basis - not just at the end of each month.

There is a general information section at the bottom of the menu page for uniform buttons, and
a “How to Order” section on the Home Page of the website.

References: Gwen Squires "Uniform Buttons: a Guide for Collectors" [GS] and Howard Ripley
"Buttons of the British Army 1855-1970" [HR]

VOLUNTEERS & TERRITORIALS

1st Dumbartonshire Rifle Volunteer Corps. "Fortitudo et Fidelitas" and wreath around elephant with howdah [HR4 61]

Silver plated, two-piece convex, 25 mm. £9.50


Cinque Ports Volunteers.Name around three demi-lions and ship sterns [NL p.13 V7]
Nickel, two-piece convex, 16 mm. £6.00


Gordon Highlanders
[VB].Name in wreath around "Egypt" & "India" [cf. HR 289]

Silver plated, two-piece convex, 19 mm. £2.50


Guards, Grenadier [1953 on]. "ERRE" unlinked letters and grenade, QC [cf. HR 80]

Brass, two-piece convex, 25 mm. £1.00


Herefordshire Regiment
[1908-1947]. Name around rose on a stem, KC [HR 431]

Brass, two-piece convex, 25 mm. £4.50


Hertfordshire Regiment
[1908-1961]. Name around resting stag [HR 429]
Brass, two-piece convex, 25 mm. 2.50
Brass, two-piece convex, 18.5 mm. 1.00


Highland Light Infantry [9th Battalion Glasgow Highlanders]. Name & St.Andrew on star [HR 421]

Brass, two-piece convex, 24 mm. £7.50

Honourable Artillery Company, RHA. KC above a foliated shield with 3 cannon [HR 375]
Brass, two-piece convex, 19 mm. 2.50
Brass, two-piece convex, 16 mm. 1.50

Honourable Artillery Company, RHA. KC above a foliated shield with 3 cannon [cf. HR 375]

Brass, two-piece ball, 18 mm. £4.50

Irish Volunteers. Irish harp between "I" & "V" [GS 10-13]
Brass, two-piece convex, 23.5 mm. 4.50
Brass, two-piece convex, 16.5 mm. 1.50

Leicestershire 1st Volunteer Battalion. Name around three heraldic lions

Nickel, two-piece convex, 25 mm. £4.50


London, 7th [City of London] Battalion [pre-1921]. "7" on grenade above "City of London”, wreathed [HR 439]

Brass, two-piece convex, 25 mm. £7.50


London, 10th County of London Battalion [Hackney]. “Justitia Turris Nostra” around tower [HR 440]

Brass, two-piece convex, 25 mm. £7.50


London, 13th County of London [Kensington] Battalion. Name around shield, KC [HR 414]

Brass, two-piece convex, 25 mm. £7.50

Brass, two-piece convex, 18 mm. £4.50

London, 14th London Scottish.  ”London Scottish”, with lion and St.Andrew cross, wreathed (HR 434)

Brass, two-piece convex, 25 mm. 2.50  


London Scottish Volunteers
[QV]. Name around QVC on star and St.Andrew cross

Nickel, two-piece convex, 16mm. £3.50

London, 16th Queen’s Westminster Rifles 
[Type 1]. Shield on chained portcullis, QVC
Blackened silver, two-piece convex, 23 mm. 
4.50  


London, 16th Westminster Rifles
. Shield on chained portcullis, QVC [cf.HR 441]
Nickel,
two-piece convex, 23 mm. 4.50
Nickel,
two-piece convex, 16 mm. 1.50

London, 16th Queen’s Westminster Rifles. Shield on chained portcullis, QVC [HR 441]
Blackened brass, ball button, 17 mm. £4.50


London, 16th Queen’s Westminster Rifles. Shield on chained portcullis, QVC [HR 441]
Horn, one-piece convex, 16 mm. £1.50


London, 16th Westminster Rifles. Shield on chained portcullis, KC [cf. HR 441]
Silver plated, ball button, 17 mm. £4.50


London, 16th Westminster Rifles. Shield on chained portcullis, KC [HR 441]
Nickel, two-piece convex, 23 mm. £1.00 [dent in back]
Nickel, two-piece convex, 16.5 mm. 1.50


London, 18th London Irish Rifles.
Name in scroll below shamrocks around harp, KC [HR 576]

Horn, one-piece convex, 23 mm. £2.50

London, 19th St. Pancras [pre-1961]. Name around KC & "XIX" [HR 397]
Brass, two-piece convex, 18.5 mm. 2.50

London, 20th Queen’s Own. “Invicta” in scroll below rearing horse [HR 383]
Brass, two-piece convex, 29 mm. 4.50
Brass, two-piece convex, 23 mm. 1.50

London, 28th Artists' Rifles.  "Artists" in scroll below classical heads (HR 444)

Nickel, two-piece convex, 25 mm. 7.50  

Nickel, two-piece convex, 16 mm. 3.50  


London, 28th Artists' Rifles. Two classical heads [cf.HR 443]
Silver plated, one-piece flat, 14 mm. 3.50
Silver plated, one-piece flat, 13 mm. 3.50


Queen’s Westminster Rifles [pre-1961]. Coronet above plumes on portcullis [HR 578, GS 29-23]
Horn, one-piece convex, 16 mm. £0.75


Seaforth Highlanders 5th Battalion [T].“Sans Peur” around upright cat above coronet [HR 432]

Brass, two-piece convex, 24 mm. £7.50
Brass, two-piece convex, 17 mm. £3.50