This stunning cap badge is made of chrome plated pewter and features the iconic Maltese Cross emblem as well as Hook and Ladder firefighter symbols. It measures at approximately 2 and 1/4 inches in diameter. It attaches to the hat with a traditional pin-style backing. This badge does not work with our Class A Honor Guard Hat. Made in Scotland.
One of the most ancient forms of showing your clan affiliation, the cap badge is an ornamental fitting that attaches to a glengarry, balmoral or feather bonnet. It fits onto the ribbon style rosette on the left side of the hat. The badge can also be worn on a plaid or woman's sash as a decorative element to compliment the tartan. Wearing this badge is a great way to proudly show your clan crest or highland military regiment.
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Posted by Unknown on 19th Jan 2023
Pin length is a bit short. Pops out and Comes undone
Not what it seems
Posted by Kelly Deboard on 27th Feb 2020
The badge is not a cap badge. It does not have the single screw pin in the back, it has an actual badge pin. For a sash or something to that nature, it may work perfect, but for my class A hat... not at all. (John's reply: Hi Kelly, This pin is not for Class A Hats, only glengarries and balmorals. I'll make a note of that in the description and you can send it back if you wish. We do have the pins with the single post that you can screw onto a Class A hat. You can see those here: https://www.jhiggins.net/fire-department-hats/?sort=featured&page=4
Hope this helps.
Firefighter’s Cap Badge
Posted by Unknown on 30th Jan 2020
I am very pleased with my purchase. The badge is a welcome addition to my KoSA sash.
Delivered as described... what more can you ask
Posted by email@example.com on 22nd Aug 2019
J. Higgins never fails to deliver. Their products and customer service is first class. I’d highly recommend this company for ANY of your uniform needs.
Posted by Daniel Morgan on 13th May 2019
This Cap Badge is about 2.25" square, it is utterly perfectly sized to go on a Balmoral. I'm going to do kind of an old fashioned thing and stitch a square of Firefighter tartan on to the
the balmoral ala WWI soldiers and put the cap badge in the center of 3" tartan square.