The ‘D’ Squadron (British African) collar badges are shown being worn with a matching headdress badge in Figure 307. Figure 307: Close-up image of the ‘D’ (British African) Squadron Officer’s headdress badge (KK 1372) being worn with a pair of matching collar badges circa 1905 from the group photograph in Figure 118.
The pair of ‘D’ Squadron (British African) ostrich collar badges shown in Figures 308-309 are die-struck in gilding metal. They have copper loops which lack feet and are positioned east-west.Figures 308-309: A pair of ‘D’ Squadron (British African) collar badges (In the style of KK 1372) in gilding metal.
Unlike bronzed OSD versions of the 'A' (British Asian), 'B' (British American) and 'E' (New Zealand) Squadron collar badges, a bronzed OSD version of the 'D' Squadron (British African) collar badges has not been noted.