The Other Ranks version of the 2nd King Edward's Horse headdress badge (KK 1134) is die-struck in gilding metal with a slider. The slider is crimped from the original manufacturing process and is attached behind the base of the King's Crown. An example of this badge is shown in Figures 427-428. Figures 427-428: An original Other Ranks headdress badge of 2nd King Edward’s Horse in gilding metal with a crimped slider circa 1915-1917. Figure 429: The reverse of the original Other Ranks headdress badge of 2nd King Edward’s Horse in gilding metal with a slider removed and brooch pin missing circa 1914 which belonged to Private Alfred Capper (Courtesy Robert Cruickshank).