It is a converted 20th Hussars Collar Badge, it was converted in order for it to be worn as a sweetheart brooch.
A side cap is a military cap that can be folded flat when not being worn. This is a 14th (King’s) Hussars Officers Torin Cap, it has a black body with gold wire piping and yellow inset to the crown bearing the gold wire embroidered Prussian Eagle to the left front side. The interior is of soft …
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Taken from the ice bucket that used to be on sale in the regimental PRI shop. It shows the regimental crest and the regiments Battle Honours (pre Gulf war)
Click to enlarge A topic that has arisen recently is the Cap badge of the 20th Hussars and the letters/symbols in the centre of it. I have tried to find out why there are 3 symbols within the xHx badge they are as follows: The Diamond The Letter O The letter D This is what …
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Badges worn by soldier of the 14th/20th King’s Hussars.
20th Hussars Cap badge with a letter ‘D’ in the middle?
The Cap Badge of the 14th (King’s) Hussars. More on the uniform of the 14th Hussars HERE
The 14th/20th King’s Hussars Regimental Wall Plaque.
The Cap Badge of the 14th/20th King’s Hussars. The Prussian Eagle (also known as the Hawk) with the letters FR emblazoned on its breast (on some of the Hawks it should be added) was the cap badge of The 14th/20th King’s Hussars. It is the insignia of the Royal House of Prussia and was awarded …
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The Cloth Cap Badge, worn in Northern Ireland 1978-1979 and the tank park thereafter, as I recall. Read more about the Regiments Cap Badge HERE