An attractive sweetheart badge brass and enamel miniature cap badge with enamel scroll below, suspended from an attactive blue enamel ribbon and mounted on a shaped Bakelite background. In very good condition with no damamge to enamel. Pin original and fully functional
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 small attractive little lapel badge with original pin and fixings, fully functional. Circa 19mm tall. In very good condition. The bugle is the same size as the one from the tie pin listed below and from the same die.
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.
A very attractive enamel and sterling silver brooch mounted on silver pin bar 5.3cm wide. No damage to enamel and silver dark toned. Fully functional original pin. Reverse marked "TLM Sterling" TLM standing for Millers.
An attractive 3.8cm wide and 4cm tall, small chrome and enamel king's crown cap badge mounted on a Perspex heart. Each side of chain is circa 25.5cm in length. These items were made from the Perspex of crashed and damaged aircraft. In very good condition.
A small but very attractive item dated 6th May 1935 lapel badge struck to commemorate the silver jubilee of King George V. Enamel in excellent condition and pin fixings original and functional. Circa 2.6cm tall.
West Midlands / Birmingham interest.
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.
Current issue (from Jan 2009) In good condition.
Col DR Wood No 806 refers.
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