An extremely scarce George III period regimental guidon of the Denbighshire Yeomanry Cavalry. A dark green silk ground with bullion fringing. Hand-painted Prince of Wales feathers to the center surrounded by foliage sprays with the motto 'Ich Dien' (I Serve). Further decorations include the Welsh dragon and 'Denbighshire Y.C.' on a red background.
WW2 Welch Regiment Combination Formation Sign. 4th Battalion (Sospan) Welch Regiment, Combination Formation Sign, Sospan / Saucepan / Sauce Pan, 21st Army Group, 49th (West Riding Division), 4th Battalion The Royal Welch TA, B Company.
Private Driscoll, Battalion, The South Wales Borderers wearing the unpopular Brodrick cap with two regimental wildebeest at Aldershot in The wildebeests were brought back from South Africa in 1903 Gallery
"Billy" The Regimental Goat of The 1st Battalion, The Royal Welsh (The Royal Welch Fusiliers) leads the Battalion (including the Regimental Pioneers in their white leather aprons, off parade in front of Her Majesty The Queen, The Colonel-in-Chief of The Royal Welsh. The occation was the home coming and medals parade for the 1st Battalion on return from the tour of Helmand Province, Afghanistan in 2009/10.
A rather poor specimen of a Regimental Goat. The Goat Major is wearing a Sun Helmet so the photo is likely to have been taken overseas. The Goat looks like a local purchase! Interesting to see this goat has no head plate but does have a breast plate like the its Battalion Goats.