Die struck brass cap badge with original slider (the slider dates it to circa 1910 - 11), slightly bent from service wear otherwise in good condition and scarce.
Kenya Police Reserve locally made cast brass shoulder title. Two original tombstone style lugs to the reverse. Scarce.
Not listed in Renfrew.
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).
Colonial Indian Police Senior Officers Silver Plated Cross Belt Plate / Pouch Badge, die struck with three original screw fittings with original retaining nuts to the reverse. Circa 6.4cm tall and 5.4cm wide. King's Crown. In great condition. This pattern as worn 1901 - 1947.
The final photo contrasts it with the smaller cap badge listed for sale as item 62555.
Small brass cap badge with original slider which is impressed with JR Gaunt London ( no full stop). Circa 3.7cm tall. Good detail and scarce.
In good condition. As worn on right sleeve above rank and below the Albatross by RAF and WRAF personnel.
Small size silver plated badge with 2 original loops to reverse (not cut down from HPC). Worn on the field service cap in the 1890s. Circa 3cm wide and 2.3cm tall. In very good condition.
Churchill p161 & Fig 1001 refer.
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
In very good condition (some light stress marks to slider where it bends) maker marked Smith & Wright Ltd. Worn until amalgamation in 1971.
Cold War Stainless Steel Folding Jack Knife (1950s - 1980s). Some surface scratches to body and main blade, otherwise in good used condition, not oiled recently so a bit stiff but fully functional with a good 'click back' to the blade. The body of the blade has been stippled with the owners details in three places as '1 RTR' (1st battalion Royal Tank Regiment) and " 860 McKale" on the case and along the spine. The "860" presumably the last three numbers of his army number.
This is a genuine British army vintage folding jack knife.
All metal, stainless steel body:
Blade Length: sub 3 inches - 2.75"
Knife Length Closed: 3.75"
Stamped in three lines on blade:
* + / JOSEPH RODGERS / SHEFFIED, ENGLAND"
And on the case:
"OIL THE JOINTS"
Well built and heavy.
Will post to a UK address only and proof of age (18+) required.
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