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WW1 Royal Naval Division ( RND ) Howe Battalion Silver hallmarked Sweetheart Pin Brooch Badge
An extremely fine hollow silver example, highlights enhanced with gold plate, the reverse bearing Birmingham hallmarks for 1916 (capital letter r) and maker's details "R.J.W". Very good condition. With no dents or distortion. It is better than my photos, as the gold seems to blend into the silver colour, especially to the reverse. Circa 4.7cm wide.
Code: 59999Price: 95.00 GBP
WW1 Somme Battle French Town Souvenir Pin Brooch Badge
Dangler variety in gilt metal finish with original pin (some rust to pin), but in good functional condition. In small letters below the crown is the word "Picardie". Circa 3.2cm across.
Code: 59951Price: 25.00 GBP
WW1 Vintage Durham Light Infantry ( DLI) Pioneer Pals Battalion Sweethear Brooch
An unusual and well made item with a hand coloured photo of a Pals Battalion Pioneer of the Durhams and on the revolving central ring another of a young man in civvies. Presumably you could change it to face which ever one was visiting you! With fully functional and original pin and c clasp. Some wear to gilt finish and the glass but generally in good condition and attractive.
WW1 vintage King's Shropshire Light Infantry ( KSLI) White Enamel Sweetheart Badge Pin Brooch
Gilt and enamel with no damage to enamel and with original pin and c clasp fittings, In very good condition.
WW1 vintage Royal Warwickshire Regiment White Enamel Shield Sweetheart Pin Badge Brooch
An attractive brooch with no damage to enamel and with original pin and c clasp fitting.
Code: 59752Price: 25.00 GBP
WW1 Northumberland Fusiliers 1918 Hallmarked Silver & Tortoiseshell Sweetheart Pin Badge Brooch
A scarce First World War period Northumberland Fusiliers tortoiseshell sweetheart brooch, the reverse bearing London hallmarks for 1918 (letter C) and maker's details 'C&A' to reverse. Very good condition, Pin may have been professionally restored or this was how this maker made them. Circa 28mm in diameter.
Code: 59659Price: 35.00 GBP
Wiltshire Yeomanry Silver Plated Sweetheart Pin Brooch Badge
An unmarked silver plated die cast Prince of Wales Plumes with original pin fitting to the reverse. Some wear to silver plate showing brass below. Pin functional but a bit slack. Circa 2.8cm tall.
Code: 59170Price: 8.00 GBP
WW2 Royal Air Force Pilot's Wing Gilt & Enamel RAF Sweetheart Brooch
A fine quality wartime period Royal Air Force sweetheart brooch, large rounded feathered wings. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, including an additional roll over lock. Lovely item and tip top condition, to be supplied boxed.
Width circa 56mm.
Code: 58950Price: 75.00 GBP
12th Lancers ( Prince of Wales's Royal ) Enamel and Gilt Old Comrade Association O.C.A. Lapel Badge
An attractive design with a King's crown pattern cap badge depicted against the regimental colours in enamel with original horseshoe lapel fitting, which obscures hte maker's name but I can determine London below it. Fairly large at Circa 3.2cm in diameter. Enamel intact and undamaged. Some slight wear to the gilt finish on the central plume and a bit of dulling to the gilt on parts of the crown otherwise in very good condition.
Code: 58861Price: 25.00 GBP
WW1 Town Souvenir of Canadian interest -Vimy Dangler Style Sweetheart Brooch Pin Badge
Silver washed leaf with sword and brass letter dangler style with the word VIMY below. Some rust to pin, a slight leaf tip loss to one spike (see photo) and sword bent downwards but this looks deliberate as part of the design. Original and functional pin to the reverse. Circa 3.5cm tall.
Attacking together for the first time, four Canadian divisions stormed Vimy ridge at 5:30am on 9 April 1917. More than 15,000 Canadian infantry overran the Germans all along the front. Hill 145, the highest and most important feature of the Ridge, and where the Vimy monument now stands, was captured in a frontal bayonet charge against machine-gun positions. Three more days of costly battle delivered final victory. The Canadian operation was an important success, but it was victory at a heavy cost: 3,598 Canadians were killed and another 7,000 wounded.
Vimy became a symbol for the sacrifice of the young Dominion. In 1922, the French government ceded to Canada in perpetuity Vimy Ridge, and the land surrounding it. The gleaming white marble and haunting sculptures of the Vimy Memorial, unveiled in 1936, stand as a terrible and poignant reminder of the 11,285 Canadian soldiers killed in France who have no known graves.
Code: 58574Price: 30.00 GBP
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