King Edwards Horse – British American Badge

Believed to be re-cast off the original molds, this badge is of very high quality and an excellent and inexpensive alternative to the extremely expensive originals.

$ 50.00 AUD

1 in stock

Description

The regiment was originally formed as part of the Imperial Yeomanry in November 1901, as the 4th County of London Imperial Yeomanry (King’s Colonials), with the Prince of Wales (later King George V) as honorary colonel. It was composed of four squadrons of colonial volunteers resident in London – one of Asians (British Asian Squadron), one of Canadians (British American Squadron), one of Australasians (Australasian Squadron), and one of South Africans and Rhodesians (British African Squadron). A New Zealand squadron was later formed, with the Australasian squadron being redesignated as Australian.

Believed to be re-cast off the original molds, this badge is of very high quality and an excellent and inexpensive alternative to the extremely expensive originals.