Die cast, a good heavy example, silver plated. some wear to plate to front otherwise in very good condition and attractive.
A fine quality First World War period '5th Battalion London Rifle Brigade' sweetheart brooch, unmarked silver (with gilt wash) example bearing the 'Royal Arms' within a title circlet with 'South Africa 1900-02' honour, the reverse maker marked 'Agnew' and with fully functional original pin fittings and top ring bent over most likely for the fitment of a safety chain, In superb good condition. with no damage to the enamel. Circa 48mm tall.
A rare original Great War period 'Liverpool Pals' Sterling silver sweetheart badge, a miniature version of the cap badge and bearing the crest of Lord Derby and motto 'Sans Changer'; the reverse impressed with "Sterling" and the maker's details "TLM" (Thomas Lynton Mott). Very good condition, complete with original and functional pin fittings. An excellent example. Circa 31mm tall.
Has a lot of knocks to the hollow silver construction, possibly a replacement pin. Circa 3.5cm tall. Hallmarked silver with Birmingham assay marks for 1907.
A good quality classical style large wing, the reverse impressed " Sterling " and with maker's details "T.L.M." ( Thomas Lynton Mott ). Very good condition, dark toned, original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel. Width circa 53mm.
Superb piece of history same size as collar, hand carved in mother of pearl, obviously sold to Aussie soldiers passing through or visiting Bethlehem prior to being dispatched to battle fields around the world in excellent condition.
Sold to PG
In great condition, a silver maple leaf design bearing a Stag's head "72" between the antlers with motto below "Cuidich 'n Righ" (Aid the King) with sharp detail and no damage to enamel (pardon the flash). Original pin fittings (possible small repair to the barrel pin), fully functional, reverse stamped Sterling Silver and maker marked JWT (J W Tiptaft & Son Ltd Birmingham).
A good original Second World War unmarked small silver badge, the reverse impressed with official issue number "17132". Original pin fixing and c clasp to reverse, although pin fixing could be a bit tighter - a common feature with this variant. In very good condition. 2.3cm tall.
A late 1918 Great War early 1920s transitional period Royal Air Force brass example. Dark toned but in good condition. King's Crown.
A nice matched pair of white metal, unmarked (most probably silver) cufflinks in very good condition. Some age to them.
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