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A good original late issue 'Life Saving Guides badge'; chromium plated diamond shaped die-stamped example bearing a lifebuoy title circlet, the centre depicting a girl in uniform with motto scroll below "To Save and to Serve". Very good condition, complete with original pin fiitings.
The 'Life Saving Guides' were formed in November 1915.
A very unusual original circa 1940's 'Australian Salvation Army badge', in the form of silver plated small silhouette of Australia inlaid with white enamel, bearing the crest of the 'Salvation Army' in red, blue and yellow enamelling; the reverse impressed with the maker's details in relief "Amor Sydney". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, enamel perfect.
An exceptionally good original circa 1900 example of a celluloid tin button badge depicting a coloured image of the founder of the 'Salvation Army William Booth'; the reverse with card insert inscribed "The Salvation Army Uniform And Outfit Department London". Excellent condition, retaining original pin fitting, colour remains vibriant.
A rare original Salvation Army medal given for service in the First World War, the reverse bearing Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1920, maker's details "F&S" (Fattorini & Sons) stamped in relief "From General Bramwell Booth" and inscribed "Capt.M.Godfray", the original inscription having been erased. Very good condition, original silk ribbon with safety pin fitting, no damage to the enamel.
Overall length 67mm.
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