Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides (India) Cap Badge, 1902 - 1946.
The Corps of Guides was a regiment of the British Indian Army made up of British officers and Indian soldiers to serve on the North West Frontier. As originally raised in 1846, The Guides consisted of infantry and cavalry. It evolved through the 20th century to become the Guides Cavalry and Guides Infantry. Once independence was granted to India and after the partition, The Guides were given over to Pakistan and became part of the Pakistan Army with all ranks including officers being recruited solely from Pakistan.
Approximate dimensions are 3.2 cm length and 2.5 cm width.
In excellent condition.