The tunic large-sized breast (25mm), medium-sized cuff (19mm) and small cap (17mm) buttons of King Edward’s Horse all depict a King’s Crown surmounting the letters KEH as shown in Figure 352.

Figure 352: A selection of King Edward’s Horse Other Ranks Full Dress brass tunic breast and cuff buttons (Ripley Ref No 420) and an Officer's gilt cap button. Makers marks are Hobson & Son, London; Firmin & Sons, London and JR Gaunt & Sons, London. 

The cuff button is referenced as Ripley Ref No 420 as King Edward’s Horse (The King’s Overseas Dominion Regiment) 1910-24 with a similar depiction in Ripley and Darmanin Ref No 141 who note gilt for Officers and brass for Other Ranks.

The buttons shown in Figure 352 have sealed backs with either fixed or floating shanks. The button back marks for King Edward's Horse identified to date are Hobson & Son, London; JR Gaunt & Sons, London; Firmin & Sons, London and Jennens & Co, London. Some King Edward's Horse buttons are unmarked. A KEH 19mm cuff button has been noted which has as a back mark of a laurel wreath surmounted by Queen Victoria's crown see Figure 352a.

A simple version of a sweetheart badge is shown in Figure 353 which is a King Edward’s Horse brass button made by Hobson and Son of London which has the shank replaced by a brooch fitting.

Figure 353: A King Edward’s Horse Other Ranks Full Dress tunic button in brass converted with a brooch fitting to a sweetheart badge.