Officers and Other Ranks of the 2nd King Edward’s Horse wore pairs of collar badges in patterns matching the headdress badge as shown being worn in Figure 358. Figure 358: Portrait photograph showing the Officer’s voided headdress badge and non-voided collar badges of Lieutenant Colonel Montagu Cradock CB CMG, 2nd King Edward’s Horse in gilding metal circa 1917. ©Imperial War Museum (HU 120500), see Nominal Roll for a short service history.
The 2nd King Edward's Horse collar badges were in bronze for Officers (Figures 359-360) and in gilding metal for Other Ranks (Figure 436-437). Voided and non-voided genuine examples are known for both.Figures 359-360: A pair of Officer’s voided collar badge of 2nd King Edward’s Horse in die cast bronze with hexagonal loops circa 1915-1917 (With permission The Irish Grenadier).