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Honourable East India Company, a good, small, gilt brass officer’s button
The button, of small coatee style, measures 15mm diameter and has the backmark of Boggett & Reynolds, London. It has the design of the Company’s badge, a lion rampant holding a crown in its paws, within a laurel wreath. We are not sure of its precise use but it may have been worn by Political Officers in the Company’s service. A recently seen suggestion is that it was worn by officers of the Governor General’s Bodyguard.
101st (Royal Bengal Fusiliers) Regiment.£24.00 Add to basket
17th Infantry (The Loyal Regiment). Officer’s gilt tunic button of the Edwardian era£19.00 Add to basket
106th Bombay Light Infantry, officer’s small gilt button£14.00 Add to basket
Probyn’s Horse. Officer’s large gilt button by J R Gaunt£14.00 Add to basket