Badge of the Duke Of Lancaster s Own Yeomanry Active 1798–present
I'm inclined to think it's a Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry cap badge. It's identical to the one shown in Wilkinson's Cavalry & Yeomanry 1914 book, which is also lugged. Having said that, it could also be a collar badge from one of a few cavalry regts: 3DG or 10H, or possibly a first pattern 12L.
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Colonels, brigadiers and generals usually continue to wear the beret of the regiment or corps to which they used to belong with the cap badge distinctive to their rank. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers wears a feather hackle on the beret, they are now only infantry regiment to wear the navy blue beret. Other ranks of the Royal Welsh also wear ...
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The Royal Yeomanry shoulder titles are worn in No.2 dress. The Royal blue beret and the green square patch. Third issued pattern 2012 Beret & SD Cap badge with slider. Second issued pattern 2010 Beret badge, loops N/S. First pattern 2006 NSN 5-6376 Approved 15/09/2006. Now obsolete Beret Badge, loops N/S. Royal Yeomanry Insignia
LDYPAO Regiment Officers bullion cap badge Metal Badges Officers Gilt & Silver, x2 loops E/W. Other Ranks Patch Badge B (LDYPAO) Squadron, The Royal Yeomanry & F (LDYPAO) Squadron, ACF Other Ranks A/A - H.W.TIMINGS LTD Birmingham Post 1970 LDYPAO (7th (V) Royal Anglian & The Royal Yeomanry) Other Ranks A/A - J.R.GAUNT Birmingham
Description. This is our Kneeling Fusilier and has the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Cap Badge and Hackle in his beret. Made to order in Cold Cast Bronze Resin in the UK. Options to add cap badge and engraved plaque. (Additional Costs will apply) Model Height Approx 180 mm. Standard Flat Base Size Approx 160mm x 160mm x 45mm.
Welsh. Glamorgan Yeomanry OR's cap badge circa 1908-22. £60: 59: Welsh. Glamorgan Yeomanry OR's cap badge circa 1908-22. £30: 60: Welsh Horse WW1 OR's bronze cap badge circa 1914-17. £20: 61: East Riding Yeomanry OR's brass cap badge. £45: 62: City of London Yeomanry, Rough Riders OR's bi-metal pre 1953 cap badge: £35: 63: South ...
The officers wore a cloth badge on the parade. The RWxY was issued with new cap/beret badges to replace the old squadron badges on 5 July 2014. The other ranks version is in a black and bright metal finish, officers is embroidered. Not sure if the OR's version is painted staybrite or metal - looks like metal to me.
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The Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry cap badge is the Prince of Wales's feathers on a red baize backing, ... The cap badge of the RWY is the Prince of Wales's feathers is a slightly different design to other regiments wearing the same symbol, such as the Royal Regiment of Wales. It is worn on the brown beret …
The regiment wears a brown beret, similar to that worn by the Kings Royal Hussars, with a square black patch behind the cap badge to represent the RTR affiliation. Until July 2014, each squadron wore the cap badge of its antecedent Yeomanry regiment, meaning that, unlike most other British Army regiments, the RWxY still had four cap badges. 
In May 1918, General Elles and Colonel Fuller advocated the introduction of a black beret, which was officially approved by King George V on 5 March 1924. In the British Army, it remains the exclusive head-dress of The Royal Tank Regiment, with the sole exception of the Westminster Dragoons Squadron of the Royal Yeomanry.
Queens Own Worcestershire Yeomanry Brass Shoulder Title. £12.00. Queen`s Own Mercian Yeomanry Anodised Aluminium Shoulder Title. £5.00. Royal Bucks Hussars Brass Shoulder Title Badge. £20.00. Royal Bucks Yeomanry Officers Brass Shoulder Title Badge. £15.00. Royal Devon Yeomanry …
Details. 47 Air Despatch 29 Regiment (black on green, pair) £6.00. Details. 151 London Support Regiment (black on green) £5.00. Details. 321 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Squadron (green, brown, white, red, black on black) £4.00.
2012 Biannual Inspection of the CCF, along with rebadging to the Royal Yeomanry. 2008 saw Royal Russell School CCF expand to take in pupils from Coloma Covent School in Croydon, as part of London Challenge. At the biennial review of 2010 the unit rebadged to the Royal Yeomanry, the same cap badge now worn by the Kent and Sharpshooters Yeomanry.
Blouse, beret and cap badge, other ranks', 3rd/4th County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters), Royal Armoured Corps, worn by Mr R S Shilling, 1940 (c)-1950 (c). Badges
A beret (pronounced Template:IPA in English, except in American English in which it is pronounced Template:IPA) is a soft round cap, usually of wool felt, with a flat crown, which is worn by both men and women.. Berets are worn by many military and police units, and in some countries are particularly associated with elite units, who often wear berets in more unusual colours (such as the maroon ...
The Black Beret of the Royal Tank Regiment. The British Army has made a habit of adopting some headdress belonging to its allies or the enemy after each war. The bearskin of the Guards came from Napoleon's Imperial Guard; The Lancer's Cap was adopted in 1815, and came from the Poles and the top heavy shako adopted for the Infantry after the ...
Seem to wear their berets in a peculiar "flat cap" style which really looks quite silly. Commando. Usually worn with a cap badge plate. Sometimes worn like the Airborne. Other countries. Pretty much every country on earth have adopted the beret in their armed forces. Rather then go through the countries one by one, i'll let others do that.
Until July 2014, each squadron wore the cap badge of its antecedent Yeomanry regiment, meaning that, unlike most other British Army regiments, the RWxY still had four cap badges. On 5 July 2014 all squadrons, including Y Squadron (formerly A Squadron the Royal Yeomanry), adopted a single unifying cap badge featuring the white dragon of England.
The above Regiment, they wore RA cap Badges when they became an Artillery Regiment in the 20's, in WW2 with PY collar badges. In 1947, they became 302 Regiment, in a reference book I have it says they reverted back to wearing the Pembroke Yeomanry cap badge.
Black—Royal Tank Regiment, Westminster Dragoons Squadron, Royal Yeomanry, Royal Artillery, ... A regiment or corps cap badge is worn on the beret or other head dress worn in No. 8 Dress. The badge is positioned above the left eye when a beret or a caubeen is worn; the badge worn on the Tam O'Shanter sits above the left ear. ...
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Royal Wessex Yeomanry: All ranks from all four Squadrons wear a black patch behind the cap badge. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, the only remaining independent fusilier regiment, wears a feather hackle on the beret. Other Ranks of the Royal Welsh also wear hackles.
Cap badge of The Derbyshire Yeomanry. ... In 1834, the troops were regimented as the Derbyshire Yeomanry Cavalry, who sponsored two companies of the Imperial Yeomanry in 1900, for service in the South African War, and in 1901 was itself reorganized as mounted infantry as the Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry.
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On the introduction of the blue beret in 1949, the Royal Tank Regiment reclaimed its right to the exclusive use of the black beret, which may not be worn by any other Regiment or Corps with the exception of the Berkshire and Westminster Dragoons Squadrons of The Royal Yeomanry. Sleeve badge
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The beret, over time attained a near 'elite' status, as it was subsequently adopted by other 'specialist' branches of the Service, notably airborne troops, SAS, Army and Royal Marine Commandos. This example was worn by James Foster, who served during the Second World War with the 1st Northamptonshire Yeomanry.
Dorset Yeomanry (gold, silver, enamel) £20.00. Details. Royal Mercian and Lancaster Yeomanry (silver plate, gilt and enamel) £20.00. Details. The Royal Yeomanry (in polished white metal) £16.00.
The cap badge is worn 1 inch above the left eye on the beret. The cap badge of the other ranks must also be backed by an oval patch of dull cherry-red coloured cloth measuring 3.81 cm (1.5 inches) wide and 6.35 cm (2.5 inches) high sewn directly to the beret.  Colonels-in …