'A' Squadron Collar Badges


The ‘A’ Squadron (British Asian) collar badges are shown being worn with a matching headdress badge in Figure 289.  
 
Figure 289: Close-up image of the ‘A’ Squadron (British Asian) Officer’s headdress badge (KK 1374) with a matching pair of collar badges being worn circa 1905 from the group photograph in Figure 209 (Peter Nemaric collection).

A pair of 'A' Squadron (British Asian) collar badges are shown in Figures 290-291. They are die struck in gilding metal with copper loops positioned east-west. There is a continuous void between the elephant’s stomach and the tree tops. The curl of the elephant’s trunk is voided but the tail and hindquarters are not voided.

Figures 290-291:  Front and rear images of a pair of ‘A’ Squadron (British Asian) collar badges (In the style of KK 1373) in gilding metal.