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A good original vintage chromium plated enamel lapel badge, the centre depicting white enamel St. John Ambulance Maltese Cross logo on red enamel ground, within title surround 'St John Ambulance Association' the reverse embossed 'Registered at St. Johns Gate London'. Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings.
A scarce original early issue 'St John Ambulance Commissioner-in-Chief badge'; unmarked silver large Crowned example bearing white enamel Maltese cross to voided centre. Very good condition, complete with horizontal slider with sprung clip securing end, enamel with very minor surface scratches.
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A good original full sized 7th type circa 1991 rhodium plated issue 'Order of St John officers serving brother breast badge'. Very good mint condition, complete with original black silk ribbon and bar with pin fittings. Contained in its original perspex presentation case.
Diameter approx 43mm.
A scarce original early issue 'St John Ambulance County Vice President shoulder title badge'; one piece blackened white metal example, with burnished highlights, the reverse impressed 'Registered at St Johns Gate London'.Very good condition, complete with original two loop fittings and split pin.
A good original full sized early silver issue 'Order of St John officers serving brother breast badge'; slim style split rim example with applied white enamel Maltese Cross with deep cut V's.. Very good condition, no damage to the enamel, complete with original black silk ribbon with raw edge.
A good original late 19th century 'St John Ambulance Nurses Buckle and Belt'; large adjustable black petersham elasticated belt bearing chromium plated buckle, the reverse impressed "Manhattan Windsor B'ham Reg At St John Gate London". Unused condition.
Length 81cm. with a further 14mm. adjustment to make larger or slide to make smaller.
A good original full sized 'Service Medal of the Order of St John', 2nd pattern silver issue with straight suspension; the rim inscribed "11052 Pte.J.Adams. Netherton Div.No.3 Dis.S.J.A.B.1932." Very good condition, complete with original silk ribbon.
A good original 'British Railway & St John Ambulance Association 15 Years First Aid and Efficiency Service medal', the reverse impressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1966, maker's details "JT&Co" (John Taylor & Co London) and inscribed "WR 1697 1966 Harold Povey". Excellent condition, complete with silver suspension ring and contained in its original card presentation box with corresponding maker's details to the lid.
A scarce circa 1947 chrome and enamel badge for miners qualified in First Aid, with the inscription "We Give And Take Care" the reverse stamped with official issue number "01200". Very good condition, original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel.
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