Boer War sheet brass slouch hat badge with two brass wire loops to the reverse, as worn by Kitchener's Horse. Circa 3.3cm tall and 3.8cm wide. In very good condition. Worn 1900 - 1902. Scarce.
Locally made brass shoulder title, cut sheet brass with 2 loops to reverse. 4.6ccm wide and 1.4cm tall. May also have been worn as a slouch hat badge. In good condition with some service wear.
Part of a series of rectangular green glaze bordered wall plaques manufactured in 1899-1900 depicting famous British commanders and generals. With silk suspension ribbon. Transfer image colourful but with some wear to the transfer. Circa 20.5cm tall and 18.5cm wide. Suspended from yellow silk and with and the remains of an old paper label stuck to the reverse.
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One of a series of plates depicting Boer War generals with green glazed border and gilt decoration to this border. Minor crazing to central transfer, otherwise image in very good condition. Unmarked on reverse. No cracks, chips or repairs to plate. Circa 22.2cm in diameter.
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An attractive set of three spoons of 2nd Boer War vintage, one depicting Kitchener, one Roberts and the third a general army and navy design with a naval gun embossed in the bowel. In very good condition, slight wear to Roberts spoon on the underside, but an attractive item.
Foxed and very fragile, edges are fraying and a bit perished, but scarce item listing the battle honours for this famous regiment in the Boer War in the central panel.
A scarce item, circa 21.5cm long. No damage. The Royal Navy 's answer to the imagery of the Army's A Gentleman in Kharki. False ivorine in look, these celluloid plastic figures were the forerunner of all those Airfix soldiers we used to collect (and it also looks to be 1:32 scale)! They came mounted on a variety of useful household items such as a tot measure, bell, bottle cork, pin cushion and also this letter opener.
Postally used. Embossed design, some creasing to corners of card, and one crease (highlighted in pencil on reverse with "AF") . Brentwood address to reverse, EDVII stamp with Romford Essex cancellation, dated 26th June 1902. Repeats offical messages from Kitchener, Buckingham Palace and the House of Lords on the news of Boer surrender at end of May 1902.
Postally unused. Embossed design, some creasing to centre card of card, blank reverse. Repeats offical messages from Kitchener and the King on the news of Boer surrender in 1902.
Postally used, some staining and wear/creasing, but reasonable condition for having been through the postal system.
Major-General RAP Clements, commanded the 12th Brigade, in 2nd Boer War / South African War, 1899 - 1902.
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