A lovely delicate brooch with original and fully functional pin fittings, registered design no 554976 and maker marked WC&S in a shamrock shaped stamp to reverse. Mounted on a thick piece of green felt. Inset with semi-precious stones and finely engraved with ancient Irish designs. In very good condition. A fine item to wear on St Patrick's Day.
An attractive and scarce First World War 6th Territorial Battalion the King's (Liverpool) Regiment sweetheart brooch ,the reverse bearing good London silver hallmarks for 1917 (date letter B) and maker's details "C & A" (the latter a bit feint). Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings and excellent patina. Circa 27mm in diameter.
Birmingham hallmarks for 1900 (letter a) to the reverse and with sterling lion stamps to the fixing and loop. The regimental badge of St George slaying the dragon the Roman numeral V for the 5th Regiment of Foot (Northumberland Fusiliers) and the regimental motto Quo Fata Vocant on a scroll below. The words "Grip Fast" engraved on the garter circlet. In superb condition.
'Grip Fast' is the motto of the Scottish Leslie Clan / Family. See:
Worthy of further research.
Scarce hallmarked silver and T/S sweetheart badge, smaller than most T/S badges of this type, circa 2.1cm in diameter. Crossed machine guns with scroll "MMG" below. Looks like the clasp may be a replacement. Quite a lot of excess glue to the reverse. Looks grand from the front.
Die cast, a good heavy example, silver plated. some wear to plate to front otherwise in very good condition and attractive.
A late 1918 Great War early 1920s transitional period Royal Air Force brass example. Dark toned but in good condition. King's Crown.
In good overall condition with original button hole fitting. Circa 4cm tall. Plated to reverse.
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.
Lovely condition, high gilt and enamel, pin original and fully functional. Item appears to have never been removed from box. Some wear and damage to the box.
A simply stunning sweetheart pin, beautifully made and silver marked to Indian Army Engineers (nine flames), lower scroll in blue enamel. No damage to enamel and original and functional pin fittings. Circa 3.2 tall.
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