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WW1 RND Royal Naval Division Anson Battalion Brass Shoulder Title

WW1 RND Royal Naval Division Anson Battalion Brass Shoulder Title

Quite a few marks and scratches from service wear to brass, with two original hexagonal style lugs to the reverse.

Comm FB

Code: 61292

40.00 GBP


Gold Anodised Royal Marines Cap Badge and Collar Set

Gold Anodised Royal Marines Cap Badge and Collar Set

In excellent undamaged condition. Lugs all in good condition. Cap badge maker marked JR Gaunt B'ham.

Coll

Code: 53062

5.00 GBP


Unidentified Gold Bullion Badge - Pelican -  possibly of Merchant Marine interest

Unidentified Gold Bullion Badge - Pelican - possibly of Merchant Marine interest

This is a well made badge with some age to it. Gold bullion a little grubby but in good condition. It depicts a pelican in a circle on a padded black felt background. Hessian backing. Circa 4.5cm in diameter. Possibly worn on a cap or arm by a harbour pilot, harbour police or master or mercantile marine shipping line. Any information on identification welcome.

Comm FB

Code: 59519

15.00 GBP


Stunning Royal Marines ( RM ) Officers QEII Issue Helmet Plate Silver Plate, Enamel and Gilt

Stunning Royal Marines ( RM ) Officers QEII Issue Helmet Plate Silver Plate, Enamel and Gilt

A stunning heavy quality helmet plate in mint condition with all three original loops to the reverse. An eight pointed star, the top most point displaced by a St Edward's Crown ( QEII pattern) with laurel wreath and scroll inscribed ""Gibraltar"" applied to the top and fouled anchor to the junction below. Within the wreath, a pierced strap inscribed ""Per Mare Per Terram"" on blue enamel ground. To the centre, a frosted silver plated globe in relief. Multiple piece construction. Circa 9cm tall. Sealed pattern 1954. Faultless.

K&K Vol No 2 No 2096 refers.

D80.4

Code: 61171

95.00 GBP


King George V Fund for Sailors Tinnie Pin Badge, founded 1917

King George V Fund for Sailors Tinnie Pin Badge, founded 1917


Quite large at circa 3.8cm in diameter, slightly foxed to front, but otherwise in very good condition, with original and functional pin.

The First World War took a terrible toll on merchantmen and warships: in one fortnight in 1917 many thousands of sailors and over 400,000 tons of shipping were lost. Many of those men had a family to support, and towards the end of the war many small charitable organisations were set up to support the injured and bereaved.

In the City of London, far-sighted ship-owners and officers realised that what was most needed was an umbrella organisation that could take a realistic overview of the need and direct resources to where they were needed. They set up a Fund for that purpose and His Majesty George V took a deep and immediate interest, giving both his name and an establishing donation of £5000 to the new organisation.

During subsequent conflicts, and in the intervening years of peace, King George's Fund continued to provide both immediate and long-term support to the casualties of war, and to others who have paid a high price for a life at sea.

Comm FB

Code: 62529

3.00 GBP


SEAC ( South East Asia Command ) Locally Made RN Gold Bullion Thread on Black Tombstone

SEAC ( South East Asia Command ) Locally Made RN Gold Bullion Thread on Black Tombstone


Attractive item with no moth damage. No1 Dress Royal Navy.

Comm GrH

Code: 62478

10.00 GBP


Scarce WW2 Royal Marines ( RM) dark blue economy plastic economy cap badge

Scarce WW2 Royal Marines ( RM) dark blue economy plastic economy cap badge


Good example, by by A.Stanley & Sons, Walsall, details to the reverse. complete with its two blades. Very good condition. Made from cellulose acetate. Sometimes incorrectly described as Bakelite. Scarce.

Coll.

Code: 62279

85.00 GBP


George 5th Royal Marine Artillery ( RMA ) Band Stunning Silver Plated and Fire Gilt Cap Badge, 1912 - 1923

George 5th Royal Marine Artillery ( RMA ) Band Stunning Silver Plated and Fire Gilt Cap Badge, 1912 - 1923


A simply stunning and scarce silver-plated and gilt cap badge for the Royal Marine Artillery Band with two original lug fastenings (east and west). Reverse embossed F&S (Firmin & Sons, bottom left of reverse of laurel wreath). With George V cypher mounted on the ball. Worn 1912 to 1923.

K&K Vol 1 No 1113 refers.

A24.2

Code: 62002

65.00 GBP


Royal Navy - HMS Ganges Training Depot Brass and Enamel Sweetheart Pin Brooch Badge

Royal Navy - HMS Ganges Training Depot Brass and Enamel Sweetheart Pin Brooch Badge


Finely detailed and dark toned but in very good condition with no damage to enamel, with original and fully functional pin and c clasp. Looks circa WW1 in design, and circa 3.5cm tall.

HMS Ganges was a training ship and later stone frigate of the Royal Navy. She was established as a boys' training establishment in 1865, and was based aboard a number of hulks before moving ashore. She was based alternately in Falmouth, Harwich (from 1899) and Shotley (from 1905). She remained in service at RNTE Shotley until October 1976.

Coll.

Code: 62001

20.00 GBP


Royal Marine Blackened Bronze Queens Crown Cap Badge - J R Gaunt

Royal Marine Blackened Bronze Queens Crown Cap Badge - J R Gaunt


In good condition but with signs of service wear especially to black paint finish. Two original lugs (east - west) and embossed with maker's name: J R Gaunt London.

Coll.

Code: 62000

6.00 GBP