The first of two different examples of genuine second pattern Regimental Officer’s headdress badges in gilding metal is shown in Figures 127-129. The first badge is gilt and is die cast with a semi-flat back. It has three loops with one behind the centre of the Prince of Wales’s plumes and the other two positioned east-west at the ends of the Regimental motto scroll. The pinched loops are also gilt and lack feet. This badge was part of a display set made by Firmin of London.Figures 127-129: A genuine second pattern Officer’s Regimental King’s Colonial headdress badge (KK 1371) in semi-cast gilding metal with three pinched gilding metal loops.