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Indian Army - Kolar Gold Fields (Infantry) Battalion Silver marked Spoon

Indian Army - Kolar Gold Fields (Infantry) Battalion Silver marked Spoon


An attractive and scarce Indian Army Auxiliary Forces silver tea soon. Marked Silver, and maker marked. Circa 11.3cm long.

Kolar Gold Fields are believed to be the second deepest gold mines in the world. Situated at a distance of approximately 120km from Bangalore.

The Auxiliary Force (India) (AFI) was a part-time, paid volunteer organisation within the Ind... read more

Code: 53335

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Indian Princely States - Scindia State Forces Gilt Pagri Badge - Gaunt Pattern Archive

Indian Princely States - Scindia State Forces Gilt Pagri Badge - Gaunt Pattern Archive


A very attractive badge to Indian Princely States - Scindia State Forces Pagri Badge, die-struck in the form of a cobra snake, complete with both lugs on reverse.

Overall very good condition and retains all of its gilding finish and its original lugs.

Vendor claimed it was one of the original badges from the Gaunt Pattern Archive, this being the original... read more

Code: 52648

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72nd Punjabis Regiment Officer's Sterling Silver hallmarked Cap Badge

72nd Punjabis Regiment Officer's Sterling Silver hallmarked Cap Badge


An extremely attractive and scarce sterling silver badge of peacock design, complete with original stout pagri pin fitting and with 1921 hallmarks with maker's mark JRG & S (J R Gaunt & Sons). circa 3.4cm in height.
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Code: 52647

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Scarce Kolar Gold Field Battalion Officer's Collar Badge

Scarce Kolar Gold Field Battalion Officer's Collar Badge


A scarce collar badge (3cm tall) of a solid officer's style of construction in gilt with original lugs, which are fully functional.

The badge is a crossed pickaxe and hammer in circle superscribed "Kolar Gold Field Bn", all surmounted by a crown (Cox's book p2723 refers).

The Kolar Gold Fields are believed to be the second deepest gold mines in the world. ... read more

Code: 51901

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Scarce Officer's Pagri Headdress Badge Kolar Gold Fields Battalion, AFI Indian Army, pre 1947

Scarce Officer's Pagri Headdress Badge Kolar Gold Fields Battalion, AFI Indian Army, pre 1947


A scarce and badge (4.5cm tall) of a solid officer's style of construction in gilt with original pin fixings and pin, which are fully functional.The badge is a crossed pickaxe and hammer in circle superscribed "Kolar Gold Fields Bn", all surmounted by a crown (Cox's book p2723 refers).

The Kolar Gold Fields are believed to be the second deepest gold mines in the world... read more

Code: 51527

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