In gilt brass a pair of crossed lances with pennants. In the centre the numerals ’18’. Across the lower sections of the lances a scroll inscribed ‘Tiwana Lancers’. Between the upper sections of the lances the Price of Wales’s feathers.
This is the small version of this badge, 33mm tall.
Title changes and amalgamations of the Regiment:
1858: 2nd Mahratta Horse, also known as 2nd Gwalior Mahratta Horse.
1861: 18th Regiment of Bengal Cavalry.
1886: 18th Regiment of Bengal Lancers.
1901: 18th Bengal Lancers.
1903: 18th Tiwana Lancers.
1906: 18th (Prince of Wales’s Own) Tiwana Lancers.
1910: 18th King George’s Own Lancers.
1921: Amalgamated with 19th Lancers (Fane’s Horse).
1921: 18th/19th Cavalry.
1922: 19th King George’s Own Lancers.
1937: 19th King George V’s Own Lancers.
1947: Transferred to the Pakistan Army.
1956: 19th Lancers.