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County & City of London Units

 

Colours of HMS Presidentzoom_in

 

 

Unit

War Raised Battalion

King's Colour of the Drake Battalion, Royal Naval Division.

Presented by Major General H.E. Blumberg. Adjutant General Royal Marines. Carlton House Terrace 9th September 1922.

 

Current Location

Drill Deck, HMS PRESIDENT, 72 St Katharine's Way, London E1W 1UQ

Colours of RMR City of Londonzoom_in

 

 

Unit

RMR (City of London)

The Colours of 42 Commando

 

Current Location

St Lawrence Jewry, City of London EC2V 5AA

Colours of Honourable Artillery Companyzoom_in

 

 

Unit

Honourable Artillery Company

Queens and Regimental Colour

Presented 1980 and Laid up 2007

 

Current Location

Church of St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate EC2M 3TL

 

 

Unit

King's Colonials Imperial Yeomanry (King Edward's Horse)

 

Current Location

Held at Haileybury College, Hertford, until 1960s.
Current location unknown

Colours of the Inns of Court Regimentzoom_in

 

 

Unit

Inns of Court Regiment

Presented by HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother
on 26th May 1959

 

Current Location

Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Lincoln's Inn, London WC2A 3TL

 

 

Unit

2nd County of London Yeomanry (Westminster Dragoons)

Presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle
on 19th June 1909

 

Current Location

Westminster Abbey, 20 Dean's Yard, London SW1P 3PA

 

 

Unit

1st (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

King's and Regimental Colour presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle
on 19th June 1909

 

Current Location

Royal Chapel, HM Tower of London

King's Colour of the 2/1st (City of London) Battalion The London Regimentzoom_in

 

 

Unit

War Raised Battalion

King's Colour of the 2/1st (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

Originally received as a plain silk Union Flag under General Routine Order 5734 dated 2nd December 1918

 

Current Location

Officers Mess, Army Reserve Centre, Balham High Road

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Unit

War Raised Battalion

King's Colour of the 3/1st (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

Originally received as a plain silk Union Flag under General Routine Order 5734 dated 2nd December 1918

 

Current Location

Regimental Chapel of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Holborn Viaduct

Unit

2nd (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

King's and Regimental Colour presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle
on 19th June 1909

 

Current Location

Officer's Mess, Army Reserve Centre, Balham High Road

 

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Unit

War Raised Battalion

King's Colour of the 2/2nd (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

Originally received as a plain silk Union Flag under General Routine Order 5734 dated 2nd December 1918

 

Current Location

Regimental Chapel of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Holborn Viaduct

 

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Unit

War Raised Battalion

King's Colour of the 3/2nd (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

Originally received as a plain silk Union Flag under General Routine Order 5734 dated 2nd December 1918

 

Current Location

RRF City of London HQ HM Tower of London

 

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Unit

3rd (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

King's and Regimental Colour presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle
on 19th June 1909

 

Current Location

National Army Museum

 

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Unit

War Raised Battalion

King's Colour of the 2/3rd (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

Originally received as a plain silk Union Flag under General Routine Order 5734 dated 2nd December 1918

 

Current Location

National Army Museum

 

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Unit

War Raised Battalion

King's Colour of the 3/3rd (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

Originally received as a plain silk Union Flag under General Routine Order 5734 dated 2nd December 1918

 

Current Location

National Army Museum

 

 

 

Unit

4th (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

King's and Regimental Colour presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle
on 19th June 1909

 

Current Location

Regimental Chapel, the Church of The Holy Sepulchre, Holborn Viaduct EC1A 2DQ

Unit

War Raised Battalion

King's Colour of the 2/4th (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

Presented by HRH Princess Mary in February 1921 and consecrated in accordance with Army Council Instruction 444 dated 21st July 1919.

Originally received as a plain silk Union Flag under General Routine Order 5734 dated 2nd December 1918

 

Current Location

Officers' Mess, Army Reserve Centre, Balham High Road

 

Unit

War Raised Battalion

King's Colour of the 3/4th (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

Presented by HRH Princess Mary in February 1921 and consecrated in accordance with Army Council Instruction 444 dated 21st July 1919.

Originally received as a plain silk Union Flag under General Routine Order 5734 dated 2nd December 1918

 

Current Location

RRF City of London HQ HM Tower

 

Colours of 7th (City of London) Battalion The London Regimentzoom_in

 

 

Unit

7th (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

Presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle
on 19th June 1909

 

Current Location

Drill Hall, Army Reserve Centre, Grove Park

 

Unit

War Raised Battalion

King's Colour of the 2/7th (City of London) Battalion The London Regiment

Presented by - Unknown

Originally received as a plain silk Union Flag under General Routine Order 5734 dated 2nd December 1918

 

Current Location

Conference Room, Fulham House, 87 Fulham High Street

 

Unit

10th (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (Hackney)

Presented by Colonel AA Lyle in October 1921

 

Current Location

Ironmongers Hall, Barbican, London EC2Y 8AA

 

13th (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (Kensington)zoom_in

 

Unit

13th (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (Kensington)

Presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle
on 19th June 1909

 

Current Location

Kensington Town Hall, Horton Street, London W8 7NX

Unit

War Raised Battalion

King's Colour of the 2/13th (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (Kensington)

Date of presentation unknown

Originally received as a plain silk Union Flag under General Routine Order 5734 dated 2nd December 1918

 

Current Location

Laid up in Kensington Parish Church

 

Colours of 14th (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (London Scottish)

 

 

Unit

14th (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (London Scottish)

First stand of Colours of the 1st Battalion presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle on 19th June 1909

Second stand of Colours of the 2nd Battalion presented by HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother in 1959

 

Current Location

St Columbus, Pont Street, Westminster

Colours 19th (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (St Pancras)zoom_in

 

 

Unit

19th (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (St Pancras)

Presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle on 19th June 1909

 

Current Location

St Pancras Church, Euston Road, Bloomsbury NW1 2BA

Unit

War Raised Battalion

2/19th (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (St Pancras)

King's Colour presented and dedication in 1922 in accordance with Army Council Instruction 444 dated 21st July 191 and Laid up in 1925

Originally received as a plain silk Union Flag under General Routine Order 5734 dated 2nd December 1918

 

Current Location

St Pancras Church, Euston Road, Bloomsbury NW1 2BA

 

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Unit

22nd (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (The Queen's)

Presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle on 19th June 1909

 

Current Location

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, London SE1 3UW

Colours of 23rd (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment

 

 

Unit

23rd (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment

Presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle on 19th June 1909

 

Current Location

St Mary's Church, Battersea Church Road, London SW11 3NA

Unit

24th (County of London) Battalion The London Regiment (The Queen's)

Presented by HM King Edward VII at Windsor Castle on 19th June 1909

 

Current Location

St Mary's Church, 57a Kennington Park Road, London SE11 4JQ

 

Colours of 10th Battalion The Parachute Regimentzoom_in

 

 

Unit

10th Battalion The Parachute Regiment

Colours shown are those presented 1952, laid up 1983. Alongside hangs the standard of the Regimental Association

 

Current Location

St Lawrence Jewry, City of London EC2V 5AA Note Colours presented in 1983 were laid up in the Airborne Museum, Arnhem in 1999

 

 

Unit

601 (County of London) Royal Auxiliary Air Force

 

Current Location

St Clement Danes, London WC2R 1DH

 

Standard of 600 (City of London) Squadronzoom_in

 

 

Unit

Standard of 600 (City of London) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force

 

Current Location

St Bartholemew's the Great, West Smithfield, London EC1A 9DS

Colours of City of London National Reservezoom_in

 

 

Unit

City of London National Reserve

 

Current Location

St Lawrence Jewry, City of London EC2V 5AA

 



 

 


 

 
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