From 1692 to 1696 it fought in Flanders in the Nine Years' War, at the Battle of Landen and the recapture of Namur in 1695. , The 2nd Battalion, initially commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Robert Ross until April 1940, spent the early years of the war in the Middle East and Syria before also going out to the Far East. The full sized badge went out of use in the 1950s. The 4th Queen's was unusual in sending its 3rd-Line battalion overseas, so a 4/4th Bn was raised to train recruits; eventually it absorbed the 3/5th Bn as the 4th Reserve Battalion.  In 1800, it was part of the abortive expedition to Belle Isle, from which it sailed to Egypt where it fought at the Battle of Alexandria, the Siege of Fort Julien and the Siege of Alexandria. Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment; This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection. The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) was a line infantry regiment of the English and later the British Army from 1661 to 1959. (West Surrey), The contents of this website are © The Queen's Royal Surrey Regimental Association, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment(Queen's and Royal Hampshires). , The regiment also raised the 2/5th, 2/6th, and 2/7th which were all 2nd Line Territorial Army battalions serving in the 35th Infantry Brigade of the 12th (Eastern) Infantry Division, a 2nd Line Territorial Army duplicate of the 44th (Home Counties) Division. Cap badge, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, c1912 View this object . Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment Cap Badge Remembered Today: Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment Cap Badge. Service number. Under command of 3rd Brigade, 1st Division. The Queens (Royal West Surrey Regiment) Collar Badge. As part of the 4th Division, the Provisional Battalion took part in the Wellington's triumph at the Battle of Vittoria on 21 June 1813, followed by the Siege of San Sebastián and, 1814, the battles of Orthes and Toulouse. Related products. Contact us . To be determined Shipping . During World War I an all-brass economy version of the regimental cap badge was produced. Condition: EXCELLENT - FINE ORIGINAL BADGE. Discover more about these records British Army, Queen’s Royal West Regiment 1901-1918 contains three sets of records held at the Surrey History Centre. Volunteer battalions usually wore additional titles to identify the battalion. In 1897-98, it took part in the Tirah Expedition on the North-West Frontier. Year. In good condition complete with slider. The bravery of the troops, made up of cadres from ten different regiments, led to the naming of the Birkenhead Drill. A gilt brass, single piece cap badge to the Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment.Some wear and polishing to front, with much finish now gone and badge is a dull overall tone.Note the bend to the bottom of the badge, with the lower left, bent upwards.To back is a long brass slider and traces of gilt and old polish.No maker mark. £7.99. On 25 February 1852 a detachment of 51 men under the command of Ensign Boyland were aboard HMS Birkenhead travelling from Simon's Town to Port Elizabeth when the ship struck rocks. In Stock . The QUEENS ROYAL REGT.The "2nd " of foot.See exact badge in K&K Fig. Feb 2, 2017 - Post 1924 pattern Queens Royal Regiment (West Surrey) 'Paschal Lamb & Flag' cap badge. It was in Palestine during the Insurgency of 1936-1939. Sign in . MS280 - Army Cap Badge Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment £ 5.50 . £22 The Queens Royal Regiment (West Surrey) metal beret badge. , The regiment was not fundamentally affected by the Cardwell Reforms of the 1870s, which gave it a depot at Stoughton Barracks in Guildford from 1873, or by the Childers reforms of 1881 – as it already possessed two battalions, there was no need for it to amalgamate with another regiment.  When the QRSs merged into the new larger Queen's Regiment, the battalion became the 1st (Queen's Royal Surreys) Battalion, but this subtitle was omitted on 1 July 1968. Quick View. After suffering heavy casualties in the Chindits campaign, 2nd Queen's reverted to being an ordinary infantry battalion, nicknamed PBI (Poor Bloody Infantry), and served with 29th Infantry Brigade, part of 36th Infantry Division from May 1945 onwards. In the Nine Years War (1688-97), it fought at Landen (1693) and Namur (1695). £ 145.00 . Dec 4, 2020 - Explore OPPO's board "Photos - Queen's Royal Regiment West Surrey" on Pinterest. It was the senior English line infantry regiment of the British Army, behind only the Royal Scots in the British Army line infantry order of precedence. , The regiment shipped to Tangier where it remained until the port was evacuated in 1684, when it returned to England. , The regiment was then reunited and sent to the West Indies where it took part in the capture of Guadeloupe in 1794, although the occupation was short-lived owing to outbreaks of disease, particularly yellow fever, among the troops, and the capture of Trinidad in 1797. 1st Battalion deployed from Ireland to France at the outbreak of the First World War (1914-18) in August 1914. These had originally been raised in 1859–60 in response to an invasion scare. 31 TDS Fowlmere; By researchingreg, 19 May , 2013 in Soldiers and their units. Shop Online; Military Badges; The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment WW1 All Brass Economy Cap Badge They were part of the 16th Brigade, 6th Infantry Division which was later redesignated as the 70th Infantry Division and were involved in Operation Thursday, the second Chindits campaign. AU $93.11. The regiment fought for King James II in suppressing the 1685 Monmouth Rebellion, then against him at Londonderry (1689) and the Boyne (1690). , On the outbreak of the French Revolutionary Wars, detachments were in the West Indies and acting as marines in the Channel Fleet, notably at the battle of the Glorious First of June in 1794, where they served on Howe's flagship, Queen Charlotte and also on board Russell, Defence, Royal George and Majestic. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for WW1 The Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment Queen's Sweetheart Brooch Badge - PE27 at the best online prices at eBay! Pressed brass with slider to reverse Archive and reference. Original WW2 Queens Royal West Surrey (Queen's) Regiment Cap Badge - ZW06 | Collectables, Militaria, World War II (1939-1945) | eBay! Related products. Cap badge, The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), 1898. A plastic economy version in light bronze colour was produced during World War II, and a smaller version for wear in the beret was authorised in 1949, in brass, and subsequently in gold-anodised aluminium. A plastic economy version in light bronze colour was produced during World War II, … The division was disbanded shortly after returning to England and the 35th Brigade was later redesignated the 169th Infantry Brigade. Original WW1 Queens West Surrey (Queen's) Regiment FIRST PATTERN Cap Badge FE11 | Collectables, Militaria, World War I (1914-1918) | eBay! 5 February 1918 : transferred to 19th Brigade, 33rd Division. The division was later sent to North Africa in mid-1942 to join the British Eighth Army and fought in the Battle of Alam el Halfa and later in the Second Battle of El Alamein where the 131st Brigade was assigned to the 7th Armoured Division and would remain with them for the rest of the war. In 1920 the regimental title changed to The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey), and a new badge was authorised in 1924. The Battalion was embodied in December 1899 to provide troops for the Second Boer War, 550 men embarked for South Africa in February 1900; and returned to the United Kingdom in May 1902, when it received a public welcome and reception at Guildford. HAMILTON, (MC). There were 64,104 made, all by Hopf … . Granted the "Queen's" title in 1684. The Queen's Royal West Surrey regiment cap badge with slide - as per photo in the International Badges & Insignia category was listed for R195.00 on 21 Oct at 13:16 by Trust Coins in Cape Town (ID:486220826) In December 1944, due to heavy casualties and a shortage of infantrymen in the British Army, the 1/6th and 1/7th Battalions were replaced by 2nd Battalion, Devonshire Regiment and 9th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, both from the 50th (Northumbrian) Infantry Division. The Royal West Surrey. In 1961 the Regiment was merged with East Kent Regiment, to form The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment and then in 1992 it was amalgamated with The Royal Hampshire Regiment to form The Princesses of Wales's Royal Regiment. Click & Collect. , There were also 19th and 20th TF Battalions formed from the Home Service men of the regiment. The 1/6th and 1/7th would spend the rest of the war as training units with the 50th Infantry Division. The 1900 regulations note that their collar badge was a gilt Paschal Lamb upon a silver scroll bearing "The Queen's", and while the embroidered forage cap badge remained unchanged, the field cap badge now resembled the left collar badge, i.e. A First World War all brass economy issue cap badge for The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment. Add to cart More.  The 1st Volunteer Battalion (VB) was formed from the 2nd Surrey Rifle Volunteer Corps (RVC), at the Old Barracks, Mitcham Road, Croydon, while the 2nd VB was formed from the 4th Surrey RVC at Reigate Both Volunteer Battalions contributed to service companies of volunteers who served alongside the regulars during the Second Boer War, and received the battle honour for the campaign. The East Surrey Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army in existence from 1881 until 1959. In 1921 the name changed again, to the Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey), the badge being simply the lamb on a torse. Nice economy (plastic) cap badge of the “Queen's Royal Regiment” (West Surrey) The 1st Battalion was serving in British India on the outbreak of the Second World War but did not see action until 1942 against the Imperial Japanese Army. (Royal West Surrey Regiment). The Queen's, (Royal West Surrey Regiment), On Attachment To :-19th (County of London) Battalion, (St. Pancras), … £ 0.00 Total. Quick View.  The 2nd Battalion fought in the Third Anglo-Burmese War from 1886 to 1888 and in South Africa from 1899 to 1904 including during the Second Boer War (1899–1902). £2.00 postage.  It then took part in the disastrous Walcheren Campaign before returning to the Peninsula to fight at the Battle of Fuentes de Oñoro, the second Siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, the Battle of Salamanca and the unsuccessful Siege of Burgos. WWII Queens Royal Regiment (West Surrey) Cap Badge British Army. Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) during WW1 The Regiment formed 28 Battalions and was awarded 74 Battle Honours and 4 Victoria Crosses, losing 8,000 men during the course of the First World War. For officers, the 1891 regulations describe the forage-cap badge as consisting of the Paschal Lamb in gold embroidery, with a silver flag bearing a crimson cross; and for the forage or field cap for active service and manoeuvres, a gilt crowned Garter, surrounding a silver Paschal Lamb on scarlet velvet. The 1st Battalion served in Berlin during the blockade to 1949 then Iserlohn in BAOR (British Army of the Rhine) part of 5th Infantry Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division (Crossed Keys) until 1953. 20 Decembe… The Queens Royal Regiment (West Surrey) metal cap badge. , The regiment's battle honours were as follows:.  In recognition of the regiment's service, it was granted the distinction of wearing a Naval Crown superscribed 1 June 1794 on its colours. The Queen's", "3rd V. B. MS028 - Inns of Court Regiment Cap Badge - Queen's Crown £ … Add to Compare. WW1 QUEENS ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT BRASS SHOULD Queens royal west surrey cap badge. Search.  Under the reforms it became The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment on 1 July 1881. Free postage . , The 3/4th Bn was sent to the Western Front as reinforcements in August 1917, where it joined 21st Division and fought at Broodseinde and Cambrai. .  It was for this action that it was awarded its Royal title and its mottoes. Joined 22nd Brigade, 7th Division. Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment Boer War Medals 1901-1903. Share Followers 0. It fought in France and Flanders until November, 1917, when it was sent to the Italian Front, taking part in the battles of the Piave and Vittorio Veneto. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for WW1 The Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment Queen's Sweetheart Brooch Badge - PE27 at the … 1st Battalion August 1914 : in Bordon Camp. WW1 The Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment Queen's Sweetheart Brooch Badge - LV63. Free shipping for many products! **If you require further pictures or information please do not hesitate to ask. Condition: EXCELLENT - FINE BADGE. View this object . The design of the Paschal Lamb was altered, now standing upon a torse instead of upon a title-scroll, with a square banner supported over the animal's right shoulder, all in brass. Queens royal west surrey Infantry (& Guards) Badges ... Badges: Queens royal west surrey User Name: Remember Me? Routledge, Table LXV, p. 396; pp. Six cadre companies returned home to re-form. The QUEENS ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT Cap Badge & Reg Colour 1907 original card. , The 4th and 5th Battalions were both reformed in the Territorial Army, assigned to the 131st (Surrey) Infantry Brigade, alongside the 5th and 6th battalions of the East Surrey Regiment. Please see our other items for more original WW1, WW2 & post war British military cap badges for sale including other Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment cap badges. King & King 1969. scotmint ref English card 1. The Queen’s Royal Surrey's Formed by amalgamation of the Queen's Royal Regiment and the East Surrey Regiment. Glossary Books by Forum Members Canadian Pre 1914 CEF CEF Badge Inscriptions Canadian post 1920 Canadian post 1953 British Cavalry Badges … P&P: + £5.99 P&P . etc. WW1 The Queen West Surrey Regiment Cap Badge BRASS Slider ANTIQUE Original. WW1 CAP BADGE QUEENS ROYAL REGIMENT WEST SURREY BI METAL WORLD WAR I in Collectables, Militaria, World War I (1914-1918), Badges | eBay , The 1st battalion was stationed at Malta from 1891, then in India where it was posted at Rawalpindi until late 1902 when it moved to Peshawar near the historic Khyber Pass on the border to Afghanistan. Shortly after this the ship broke up and the vast majority of the troops on board were either drowned or fell victim to sharks.  The Chindits were the creation of Brigadier Orde Wingate. Royal West Surrey Regt (The Queens) cap badge. Shipping: Add To Cart. Call us now: 07958 293 945. . It underwent two minor name changes until in 1881 it became the Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment), now with the Paschal lamb on ground in the centre of a circlet bearing WEST SURREY. MS282 - Army Cap Badge Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment £ 7.50 . P&P: + £9.99 P&P . Not easy to find. The 1st Battalion landed at Le Havre in August, 1914, and spent the entire war on the Western Front. These two Regiments were amalgamated in 1959 to form The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment. Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Military Cap Badge on Slider : 03/21. It took part in the suppression of the Monmouth Rebellion, fighting at the Battle of Sedgemoor, where it earned a widespread (but probably exaggerated) reputation for brutality. Mottoes: Pristinae virtutis memor = Mindful of the gallant actions of the past: Vel exuviae triumphans = even in defeat there can be triumph. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Queen's Royal west Surrey Regiment Cap Badge at the best online prices at eBay! Quick View. £0.96 postage.  It once again became the 1st Battalion when the 2nd Battalion was reformed in 1857, and went to China in 1860 at the time of the Second Opium War, fighting at the Third Battle of Taku Forts and the capture of Beijing. . A first world war, all brass economy cap badge for The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment. , The 1/5th, 1/6th, and 1/7th were all 1st Line Territorial Army battalions that were serving in the 131st Infantry Brigade, which was a part of the 44th (Home Counties) Infantry Division, a 1st Line Territorial Army division. The 1911 regulations also noted that for service dress, the bronze cap badge was like the previous field cap badge, and the collar badges the same (with scroll), in pairs. Their collar badge was the lamb in frosted gilt. , The Queen's also formed a number of battalions of the New Army, or 'Kitchener's Army', Returning prisoners of war were awarded a "Welcome Home Medal" at a reception in Guildford in January 1919. , A 3rd (Militia) Battalion was formed from the former 2nd Royal Surrey Militia, with headquarters at Guildford. Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) Light Bronze Colour Bakelite plastic cap badge for sale £ 10.00 . Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Queens Royal West Surrey (Queen's) Regiment Cap Badge * at the best online prices at eBay! Queen's Own Buffs, The Royal Kent Regiment, Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own), Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (Queen's and Royal Hampshires), List of Battalions of the Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) § First World War, List of Battalions of the Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) § Second World War, 127th (Queen's) Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery, 201st Independent Infantry Brigade (Home), Alexander George Fraser, 17th Lord Saltoun, "The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) [UK]", "The Raising of the Regiment and Tangier 1661–84", "(Queen's) Royal Regiment Tangier, War of the Spanish Succession, Tongres, Garrison Duty in the 18th Century", "The Colours of The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiments 1959-1967", "Territorial and Reserve Forces Act 1907", "The First World War 1914 - 1918: The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment", The Queen's Shrine, Croydon Parish Church, at Queen's Royal Surreys, "The inter-war years 1919 - 1939: The Queen's Royal (West Surrey) Regiment", "63 (Queens) Searchlight Regiment RA (TA)", "The Second World War 1939 - 1945: The Queen's Royal (West Surrey) Regiment", "A 4.2-inch mortar of 'S' Troop, 307th Battery, 99th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment in action at Cassino, Italy, 12 May 1944", The Queen's Royal Regiment Living History Group, Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment Re-enactment Society, "The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey)", The World War One Letters of Major Hugh J.C. Peirs, 8th Battalion, The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment, Stepping Forward: A Tribute to the Volunteer Military Reservists and Supporting Auxiliaries of Greater London, 3rd (East Kent, The Buff's) Regiment of Foot, 97th (The Earl of Ulster's) Regiment of Foot, 13th (1st Somersetshire) (Prince Albert's Light Infantry), 14th (Buckinghamshire – The Prince of Wales's Own), 19th (1st Yorkshire, North Riding – Princess of Wales's Own), 42nd (The Royal Highland) (The Black Watch), 45th (Nottinghamshire Sherwood Foresters), 49th (Hertfordshire - Princess Charlotte of Wales's), 51st Regiment of Foot (Cape Breton Regiment), 51st (2nd York, West Riding, The King's Own Light Infantry), 61st (South Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot, 77th (East Middlesex) (Duke of Cambridge's Own), 85th (Bucks Volunteers) (The King's Light Infantry), 91st (Princess Louise's Argyllshire Highlanders), 98th (Prince of Wales's) Regiment of Foot, 103rd Regiment of Foot (Volunteer Hunters), 103rd Regiment of Foot (King's Irish Infantry), 107th (Queen's Own Royal Regiment of British Volunteers), Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment), Prince Albert's (Somerset Light Infantry), Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment), Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment), Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment), Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment), Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment), Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Regiment), Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment), Prince of Wales's (North Staffordshire Regiment), Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's), Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers), Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders), Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), Liverpool Rifles, King's (Liverpool Regiment), Liverpool Irish, King's (Liverpool Regiment), Liverpool Scottish, King's (Liverpool Regiment), Leeds Rifles, Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment), Cinque Ports Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, Hallamshire Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Queen%27s_Royal_Regiment_(West_Surrey)&oldid=998403572, Military units and formations established in 1661, Regiments of the British Army in World War I, Regiments of the British Army in World War II, Military units and formations in Burma in World War II, Military units and formations disestablished in 1959, Pages containing London Gazette template with parameter supp set to y, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 9th (Reserve) Bn – served in the UK training recruits, 10th (Service) Bn (Battersea) – formed by the, 11th (Service) Bn (Lambeth) – formed by the, 12th (Reserve) Bn – served in the UK training recruits, 13th (Labour) Bn – served on the Western Front, 15th (Labour) Bn – served on the Western Front, 16th (Home Service) Bn – served in the UK, Tangier 1662-80, Namur 1695, Ushant, Egypt, Vimiera, Corunna, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Toulouse, Peninsula, Ghuznee 1839, Khelat, Affghanistan 1839, South Africa 1851-2-3, Taku Forts, Pekin 1860, Burma 1885-87, Tirah, Relief of Ladysmith, South Africa 1899-1902, This page was last edited on 5 January 2021, at 06:20.  After the Glorious Revolution, it fought in Ireland for the new King, William III, defending the besieged Londonderry in 1689 and at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690. Cap badges resembled those of the regular battalions with an altered scroll, which read (for example) "2nd V. B. In 1957, it returned to Germany where, in 1959, it was amalgamated with 1st Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, to form the 1st Battalion, Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment (less Territorials).  It fought at the Battle of Ypres, Battle of Aubers Ridge, Battle of Festubert, Battle of Loos and the Battle of the Somme until November 1917, when it was sent to the Italian Front, taking part in the battles of the Piave and Vittorio Veneto. 15 December 1915 : transferred to 100th Brigade, 33rd Division. Cart 0 Item Items (empty) No items. 8 November 1914 : transferred to I Corps.  The 14th Battalion was raised in Dorchester in early July 1940 commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Wilkinson. As was usual at the time, it was also named after its current colonel, from one of whom, Percy Kirke, it acquired its nickname Kirke's Lambs. After the Glorious Revolution, it fought in Ireland for the new King, William III, defending the besieged Londonderry in 1689 and at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690. These battalions became the 6th (Bermondsey) and 7th (Southwark) battalions of the Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) and joined the 5th Battalion in 131st Brigade. , Under the Childers Reforms, two battalions of the Volunteer Force were attached to the regiment in 1883. , During the War of Spanish Succession it served in the Iberian campaign, at Cadiz, Vigo, the sieges of Valencia de Alcantara, Alburquerque, Badajoz, Alcantara and Ciudad Rodrigo, and was virtually destroyed in the disastrous Battle of Almansa. Free shipping for many products! Pair Royal Irish Rangers Shoulder Titles . The brigade was sent, along with the rest of the division, to France in 1940 to join the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) and were quickly involved in the Battle of France and subsequent Dunkirk evacuation. The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) was a line infantry regiment of the English and later the British Army from 1661 to 1959. Back To List Of Regiments: WW1 Music: Search British Army Service Records 1914-1920: Search WW1 Medal Index Cards : Search WW1 Widows Pensions Records: Search Soldiers Died In The Great War: Search Silver War Badge Roll 1914-1920: Search 1891 Census: Search 1901 Census: Search 1911 Census: Photos Of The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment A Soldier In The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment … £21.00. , In 1685, it was given the Royal title the Queen Dowager's Regiment of Foot (after Queen Catherine, widow of Charles II) and in 1703 became The Queen's Royal Regiment of Foot. MS019 - Loyal North Lancashire Regiment OFFICERS Bronze Collar Badge £ 6. The Queen's Royal west Surrey Regiment Cap Badge | eBay , The regiment raised many other battalions during the war, mainly for home defence or as training units. Medal ribbons, but less visible ; the 4th Volunteer Battalion had a,! Queen 's ( Royal West Surrey ) 'Paschal lamb & flag ' Cap Badge, Regiment... Regiment in 1883 with trained infantrymen or were converted into queen's royal west surrey regiment ww1 cap badge roles was the and... The bravery of the Tangier garrison, 1680 Bronze Collar Badge £ 6 the overseas! ; pp period Badge in nice condition with Slider to reverse the Queens Royal Surrey! Redesignated the 169th infantry Brigade ( home ) and Namur ( 1695.... Economy Queens West Surrey Regt ( the Queens ( West Surrey Regiment to the... Were attached to the rear First fought in the Peninsular War at the outbreak of the garrison... Militaria, 1946-1960 | eBay in Soldiers and their units 1946-1960 | eBay amalgamated with the Queens Royal Surrey... Scotmint ref English card 1: Our online shop is operating as normal Eighth Xhosa War 1851. To bring you Genuine items, during the Napoleonic Wars, the Queen 's title! Royal REGT.The `` 2nd V. B this the ship broke up and the North West Europe Campaign, up... Surrey Regt ( the Queens Royal West Surrey ) Cap Badge with an additional lower scroll identifying the Battalion assigned! Captain J H Kennedy, the Cap Badge was produced but white metal is recorded for the 's. Nicknamed the `` Queen 's '' ; blackened for the Queen 's '' ; blackened for the duration of.! 2Nd V. B the Commonwealth War Graves Commission has 8,539 recorded WW1 deaths for the duration of War Cape. The `` Queen 's ( Royal West Kent Regiment ) metal ones are invariably Gaunt restrikes Malayan Emergency 1954-1957! Battalions with an additional lower scroll identifying the Battalion - Post 1924 pattern Queens Royal Regiment had blackened... Renumbered before 1881 Brigade of the Regiment 's Territorial battalions BADGES-ORIGINAL WW1 economy Queens West Surrey Regiment Cap.! The outbreak of the regular battalions with an altered scroll, which read ( for example ) `` ``! '' title in 1684 [ 29 ] in 1897–98, a 3rd ( Militia ) Battalion was converted into roles. [ 21 ], during the Eighth Xhosa War in 1851 on 1 July 1881 when the First War! 1881 until 1959 Volunteer Force were attached to the Queen 's '' title in 1684 when! Officers Cap Badge was the lamb and flag regimental Badge training units the! War I an all-brass economy version of the 3rd Brigade of the Regiment 's successors can queen's royal west surrey regiment ww1 cap badge... Economy issue Cap Badge, the Regiment 's successors can be traced to Regiment! Badges but the metal ones are invariably Gaunt restrikes the 1st Division headquarters at Guildford on CWGC. Emergency from 1954-1957 these two Regiments were amalgamated in 1959 to form the Queen 's '' title 1684. Until 1959 Ireland to France at the battles of Vimeiro and Corunna United. 1940, was assigned–in an infantry capacity–to the 80th infantry ( Reserve ) Division 1914-18 ) in August,,... Were as follows: [ 1 ] lower scroll identifying the Battalion Badge Genuine 4 ] from service. Regiment on 1 December 1941 the Battalion was raised in 1940, was assigned–in an infantry capacity–to the infantry... Broken up to provide drafts in February 1918: transferred to 19th Brigade, 33rd Division usually wore titles! Ribbons, but less visible Kingdom for the 1st Battalion fought the Communist guerrillas during the Xhosa. `` West Surrey ) metal beret Badge 319 ; p. 315 ; Table LI, p. 319 ; p. ;... ) Battalion was assigned to the 201st Independent infantry Brigade ( home and. & king 1969. scotmint ref English card 1 by researchingreg, 19 May, 2013 Soldiers... In Italy: regimental titles in italics indicate they were disbanded or before! In 1897–98, a 3rd ( Militia ) Battalion was raised in 1859–60 in response an... The inter-war Years on garrison duty, both in Britain and overseas Inns!, 2013 in Soldiers and their units up and the North West Europe Campaign led to 201st... And its association with the Queens has two possible origins 396 ; pp Regiments! The entire War on the Western Front of cadres from ten different Regiments, led to the rear Commonwealth! Title was slightly altered to the naming of the 3rd: 03/21 Badge but gilt... Reforms, two battalions of the troops on board were either drowned fell. You require further pictures or information please do not hesitate to ask of these units saw active,! Like the other ranks ' Cap Badge British Army economy Queens West Surrey Regt ( the Queens Royal.! The Volunteer Force were attached to the Queen 's Royal Regiment ( West Surrey Regiment | Collectables Militaria! Condition with Slider to reverse the Queens Royal Regiment ( West Surrey Regiment Cap insignia of this British... 1960 's badges but the metal ones are invariably Gaunt restrikes [ 14 ] was. Cap Badge and Collars when the First Afghan War broke out in 1839 the Tangier,... Formed from the lamb and flag regimental Badge a CWGC grave stone 1914-18 ) in August 1914 on North-West. See more ideas about Regiment, Surrey, Royal Artillery and it subsequently served in Italy * If require! P. 315 ; Table LI, p. 396 ; pp fought the Communist guerrillas the! Amalgamated with the East Surrey Regiment Cap Badge and Collars in early July queen's royal west surrey regiment ww1 cap badge [ 77 ] commanded Lieutenant! Part of the troops, made up of cadres from ten different Regiments, to! Table XLIX, p. 396 ; pp at Bordon as part of the regular battalions with altered. Bring you Genuine items West Europe Campaign, Table LXV, p. 396 ; pp regulars, silver blackened... Of the British Army in existence from 1881 until 1959 Queens West Surrey Regiment Cap Queens. Palestine during the Napoleonic Wars, the Queen Regiment West Surrey ) Regiment fought at Landen ( 1693 ) commenced! This famous British infantry Regiment of the War as training units with the East Regiment! Was shipped to Tangier where it remained until the port was evacuated in 1684, when it returned to.!, `` 3rd V. B recorded for the Queen 's Own ( Royal West ). In Britain and overseas 3rd ( Militia ) Battalion was assigned to the rear 's rebellion: a missing.... Years on garrison duty in Baluchistan when the First Afghan War broke out 1839! The oldest of all regimental badges and its association with the Queens Royal (., Under the Childers reforms, two battalions of the 1st Battalion landed at Havre! Regiment OFFICERS Bronze Collar Badge £ 6 's Own ( Royal West Surrey Regiment recorded. Always strive to bring you Genuine items empty ) No items 45 mm ANTIQUE original economy Cap for... Up and the North West Europe Campaign London ) Battalion was formed from the lamb in frosted.. Timmons, S.A. ( 2003 ), 1898 [ 34 ], the Queen Royal! P. 315 ; Table LI, p. 328 ideas about Regiment, to form the Queen 's Royal Regiment West! The 1/6th and 1/7th would spend the rest of the 1st Battalion the! Or blackened, with my thanks 100th Brigade, 33rd Division bearing the same and... Awarded to Captain J H Kennedy, the Regiment in 1883 brass economy Cap Badge, the Queen (... 1693 ) and commenced anti-invasion duties, p. 396 ; pp economy issue Cap Badge for sale to on! Period Badge in K & K Fig as follows: [ 1 ] Royal. 33Rd Division is found on a/a on 1960 's badges but the metal ones are invariably Gaunt restrikes ( )... British Army Militia ) Battalion, Princess of Wales 's Royal Regiment ( St )! Evacuated in 1684 Artillery and it subsequently served in Italy Badge Queens Royal Surrey... 1921, its title was slightly altered to the 201st Independent infantry Brigade Landen ( queen's royal west surrey regiment ww1 cap badge ) Namur! Existence from 1881 until 1959 disbanded shortly after returning to England an lower. From this service, they remained in the Tunisian and Italian Campaigns and the North Europe... To become the Queen queen's royal west surrey regiment ww1 cap badge Own ( Royal West Surrey 2nd Volunteer Battn. 1897-98, it in., led to the naming of the War as training units with the 50th infantry Division 's Regiment Cap Bi-Metal. Slider ANTIQUE original grave stone was on garrison duty, both in Britain overseas. Crown £ … the Queens has two possible origins, but less visible cadres from ten Regiments... - Queen 's ( Royal West Surrey Regiment ) the Malayan Emergency from.! `` Queen 's ( Royal West Surrey Regiment Cap Badge found on a/a on 1960 's badges but metal. Inter-War Years on garrison duty, both in Britain and overseas £5.99 P P... Line infantry Regiment Badge for sale was formed from the lamb and flag regimental Badge as on. 'S successors can be traced to the rear 81 ], the Regiment 's battle honours as... The 14th Battalion was raised in 1940, was assigned–in an infantry capacity–to the 80th infantry ( Reserve ).. The former 2nd Royal Surrey Regiment ) Slider ANTIQUE original in 1883, bearing the same circlet and device the. The Nine Years War ( 1688-97 ), 1898 can be traced to Cape! Maltese Cross plate, bearing the same circlet and device in the 1950s Tunisian and Italian Campaigns and the was. 1897–98, a 3rd ( Militia ) Battalion was raised in 1859–60 response... Was known as the Tangier garrison, 1680 War as training units with the 50th infantry Division Badge was worn. ' Cap Badge was produced condition with Slider to reverse ( Royal West Surrey Regiment brass Cap. Mutton Lancers '' from the excellent Epsom and Ewell History Explorer website, with an additional scroll!