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Collar badges, other ranks, The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment, sealed pattern, 1961

A pair of anodised aluminium collar badges in the form of silver eight-pointed stars with top points surmounted by crowns, with gold Paschal Lambs in centres, with back plates and pins, mounted on an Inspectorate of Stores and Clothing, standard pattern card, signed, 29 March 1961.

A 'sealed pattern' is a prototype of any item that the British Army issued to soldiers. It provided clothing or equipment suppliers with an example to copy.

The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment was a short-lived infantry unit formed in October 1959 by amalgamating The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) and The East Surrey Regiment. It served with the British Army until 1966 when it was merged into The Queen's Regiment.

NAM Accession Number

NAM. 1989-05-112-1


Crown Copyright


National Army Museum, Study collection

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