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Bombay Police (BP) Silver Plated Ball Button, Kings Crown

Circa 15mm in diameter, fixed shank, maker marked Firmin London. Silver plate worn to front otherwise in good condition.


Code: 60803Price: 15.00 GBP

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Set of 4 Different Types of Canadian General Service Buttons

All in good condition, 4 different types, 3 large pattern and 1 medium pattern, as follows:

Black Plastic, circa 24mm in diameter, fixed shank, maker marked Canadian Buttons Limited

Gilt Brass Officer issue, circa 25mm in diameter, fixed shank, no maker but a star pattern to its reverse

Brass Other Ranks issue, circa 26mm in diameter, floating shank, maker marked JR Gaunt & Son Ltd, Montreal

Brass Other Ranks issue, circa 19mm in diameter, maker marked United-Carr Canada.


Code: 60802Price: 10.00 GBP

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Indian Artillery Officers Large Pattern Gilt Brass Ball Button for Wear on Epaulette / Chain Shoulder Scales

Circa 18mm.in diameter. Shank replaced with crew fitting and retaining nut. Scarce.

See item 54605 for the pattern with a fixed shank.

Code: 60745Price: 15.00 GBP

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East Africa Protectorate Victorian Colonial Administrators Medium Pattern Gilt Button

Scarce button, worn circa 1896 to 1902 only . VR&I cypher. Backmarked Army & Navy Co with fixed shank. In excellent condition. 17 mm in diameter.


Code: 60748Price: 10.00 GBP

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Medium Pattern Gilt Button as worn by a member of the personal staff of Edward, Prince of Wales, Made for the Royal Tour to India & Burma in 1921 - 22

A rare and attractive engraved medium sized gilt button, circa 15mm in diameter, flat backed button with fixed shank. Maker marked Firmin London.

Worn during the visit by Edward, Prince of Wales, later Duke of Windsor to India & Burma November 17, 1921 - March 7, 1922. He sailed on HMS Renown.


Code: 60747Price: 35.00 GBP

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Indian Army ( Auxiliary Force ) Chota Nagpur Regiment Officer's Silver Plated Medium Sized Button

A silver plated officer's button, circa 20mm in diameter, with fixed shank and back marked JR Gaunt & Son, London. Fixed shank. Great condition.

The Regiment's motto was Strike to Kill. Other Ranks buttons were found in brass.


Code: 60744Price: 10.00 GBP

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

Circa 22mm in diameter, fixed shank and maker marked JR Gaunt & Son, London. Worn during reign of EDVII, 1901 - 1910. In very good condition. Scarce.


Code: 60734Price: 15.00 GBP

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WAR - West African Regiment Officers OSD Bronzed Large Pattern Button, pre 1928

Circa 22mm in diameter, fixed shank and maker marked Jennens & Co London. In very good condition.

The West African Regiment ( WAR ) was based in Sierra Leone and raised by the War Office in 1896 to defend the port. It was separate from the West African Frontier Force which came under the control of the Colonial Office. It saw service in a number of local campaigns in WW1 and was disbanded in 1928.


Code: 60708Price: 15.00 GBP

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Indian Army - 110th Mahrattas Light Infantry Officers Mess Dress Button, pre 1902 - 1922

Two part construction silver plated device mounted on flat gilt brass button, with fixed shank. Blank reverse. Circa 16mm in diameter. Slightly tarnished otherwise good condition.

In World War I the regiment was attached to the 6th (Poona) Division in the Mesopotamian campaign. After a string of earlier successes, the 6th Division was delivered a setback at the Battle of Ctesiphon and forced to withdrew back to Kut. The Siege of Kut began and after a lengthy siege surrendered in April 1916.

After World War I the Indian government reformed the army moving from single battalion regiments to multi battalion regiments. In 1922, the 110th Mahratta Light Infantry became the 3rd Battalion 5th Mahratta Light Infantry. If more than one is required please email me.

Code: 60707Price:

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Guyana Police - Senior Officers Hallmarked Silver Large Pattern Button

A senior police officers button hallmarked silver Birmingham, date letter S (1967) and maker marked Firmin London as well as F&S. Fixed shank. Circa 26mm in diameter. In lovely condition. Unusual to find a hallmarked silver button. On May 26, 1966, Guyana gained independence from Great Britain. Formerly known as British Guiana and located in Central South America.


Code: 60637Price: 35.00 GBP

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