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Federation of Malay States Volunteer Force ( F.M.S.V.F. ) Large Brass Button

Circa 25mm in diameter,fixed shank, back-marked Wm Dowler & Sons Ltd, Birm ( Birmingham ). In very good condition. Post 1920.

Code: 59670Price: 18.00 GBP


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Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Large Pattern Brass Button, King's Crown

Large Pattern Brass Button, pre 1952, with fixed shank to the reverse. Back-marked J R Gaunt & Son Limited, Montreal. Made in England. Highpoints polished but otherwise in good condition.

Code: 59669Price: 14.00 GBP


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Indian Army - Victorian East India Railway Volunteer Rifles Large White Metal Button

Indian maker, J.H. Johnson & Co, Aligarh, U.P. White metal with fixed shank, 26mm in diameter. In very good condition and scarce.

Code: 59668Price: 14.00 GBP


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Indian Army - Kolar Gold Field Battalion Large Gilt and Silver Mess Dress Button

Bi-metal two part construction silver mounted on gilt flat mess dress button (large size at 20mm across). In very good condition with fixed shank. Reverse stamped J.R.GAUNT & SON LTD - late JENNENS. Scarce.

Code: 59667Price: 15.00 GBP


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Indian Army - 84th Punjabis Regiment Officer's Large Gilt Button, 1903-1922

Lovely fire officer's gilt button. Backmarked Hobson & Co, London. 23mm in diameter. Kings crown and battle honours Assaye, Seringapatam and Bourbon.

The 84th Punjabis was an infantry regiment of the British Indian Army. It was raised by Captain Donald Macdonald at Vellore on 12 August 1794, as the 34th Battalion of Madras Native Infantry. It was designated as the 84th Punjabis in 1903 and became the 10th (Training) Battalion, 1st Punjab Regiment in 1922.

Code: 59666Price: 20.00 GBP


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Commonwealth (of Australia) Peace Officer Large Pattern White Metal Button

Circa 25mm in diameter, floating shank and maker marked Stokes & Sons, Melbourne ( Australia ). King's Crown issue. In good condition.

Originally established in 1935, the Peace Officer Guard organization was set up as a section of the Commonwealth Investigation Branch (CIB), the first national (rather than State) police organisation. The Peace Officers provided personnel for the guarding of Commonwealth establishments, and were the first uniformed element of national law enforcement. In 1960, they combined with the plain clothed element, the Commonwealth Investigation Service, (CIS) to form the new Commonwealth Police, which in 1979 became the Australian Federal Police (AFP).

C23.2

Code: 59029Price: 6.00 GBP


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South Africa - Natal Officer's Medium Pattern Button, King's Crown

Circa 19mm in diameter, fixed shank, marked Extra Superb to the reverse. Gilt now worn back to brass otherwise in good condition. Mounted Rifles?

Comm FB

Code: 58939Price: 3.00 GBP


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Victorian 9th Regiment of Bengal Lancers, Officer's Large Pattern Gilt Button, pre-1901. - Calcutta Maker

Circa 22mm in diameter, fixed shank, and maker marked Ranken & Co, Calcutta, with crossed lances, unit initials, 'BLC', surmounted by a flat topped Victorian crown.

The 9th Bengal Lancers evolved from Hodson's Horse, an irregular cavalry unit raised by Brevet Major William Hodson during the Indian Mutiny (1857-1859). The 9th Bengal Cavalry was one of three regiments formed from Hodson's Horse. Converting to the lance in 1885, the 9th served in the Sudan campaign (1885-1886) and on the North West Frontier from 1895 to 1898.

D39

Code: 58743Price: 35.00 GBP


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WW1 Lord Strathcona's Horse ( Royal Canadians ) Militia Officer's Large Pattern Gilt Button

Circa 25mm in diameter, fixed, shank, maker marked Jennens & Co Ltd,, London , which means it was made prior to 1924.

D10

Code: 58715Price: 10.00 GBP


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East Africa - Victorian Uganda Protectorate Colonial Officer's Large Pattern Gilt Button

Circa 26mm in diameter, fixed shank and maker marked V& R Blakemore, Birmingham. A scarce maker mark. Slight dulling to gilt on strap otherwise in very good condition and ding to underside of button edge. Scarce.

D10

Code: 58667Price: 16.00 GBP

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