A stunning example in frosted silver plate with three original long screw posts to the reverse. Circa 1905. Some minor wear to plate on high points otherwise tip top. Circa 8.4 cm tall. Vendor states made by Gaunt but unmarked.
Renfrew et al Vol1 No 196 refers (but the one listed here is in frosted silver).
Maker named Alex Ross & Co Hong Kong. A Nickel Plated White Metal Patent Police Whistle. Below makers details there are a series of Chinese characters impressed below. Still makes a nice toot. Appears to have some age to it. Slight service wear and light damage to attached black cloth lanyard. A scarce item.
On hold for TM
Die struck with two original loops to the reverse. In very good condition. Circa 3.2cm tall. Worn 1922 - 1942 (as per the design for the cap badge but smaller). Of Malaya / Singapore interest. Scarce.
Renfrew et al, Vol 2 No 1994/1995 refer.
Comm StWi (28)
First pattern brass badge, with two original loops to the reverse. In very good condition. Formed in 1947 on the UK model of the ATC. Scarce badge. A second pattern, without the 'M' on the tablet being clutched by the eagle was made in the 1960s in silver anodised aluminium. Disbanded 1965.
The photo of the group of cadets shows Charles Jordan middle back Malaysian Air Training Corps at Kallang Airport (same Spitfire as later displayed in RAF Changi Camp, Singapore). Taken circa late 1950s. The photo is not for sale with this lot.
Comm StWi (58)
A scarce white metal die struck cap badge with original slider to the reverse. Four coronets to the centre of a crowned strap bearing the title. Worn 1921 - 1936. Circa 4.9cm tall. In very good condition with sharp detail. Small nick to rim at 4 0'clock otherwise near mint.
Renfrew et al, Vol 1, No 758 refers.
Comm BoHa (2)
A fine post 1953 die struck silver plated example with two original silvered loops to the reverse. Maker marked Stokes. Apparently produced by this firm between 1953 and 1960. In very good condition.
1st Armoured Regiment is an armoured regiment of the Australian Army and is the senior regiment of the Royal Australian Armoured Corps. Formed as a tank unit in the new Australian Regular Army on 7 July 1949, the regiment subsequently saw service during the Vietnam War operating Centurion tanks. Currently the unit is based in Edinburgh, South Australia as part of the 1st Brigade. As part of the Plan Beersheba reorganisation, the unit has become one of three Armoured Cavalry Regiments (ACRs) assigned to the Army's multirole combat brigades in Brisbane, Darwin and Townsville. Each ACR is equipped with M1A1 tanks and ASLAV light armoured vehicles.
Comm StWi (30)
A circular die struck brass badge in the form of a garter surmounted by a Queen Victoria crown. The garter has the text, 'QUEENSLAND'. The garter surrounds a voided cross with four stars representing the Southern Cross. The back of the badge has two original vertically aligned lugs. Circa 53mm tall. In very good condition and dark toned. The Queensland Mounted Infantry were a Pre Australian Federation volunteer regiment.
A nicely cast gilt grenade with original slider to the reverse. Possibly theatre made in India or African sub-continent. Circa 3.2cm tall. Scarce.
Die cast with two original loops to the reverse. Collar badge size but worn also on cap. Circa 33mm tall. As worn 1946 - 1970.
Renfrew el at No 866 refers.
A scarce die cast silver plated example on its original loops (north - south). Some minor wear to plated finish on the highpoints otherwise in good condition. Circa 1930s.
Renfrew et al Vol 2 No 2105 refers (but this one silver plated).
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