Manchester & District BullDog Club pin badge circa 1930's
A scarce original early pre war period 'Manchester & District Bull Dog Club badge'; ornate gilt blue enamel title circlet, embossed Arm of Manchester to centre on lined ground. Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings, no stress marks or damage to the enamel. An excellent example.
Manchester and District Bulldog Club established in 1897. read more
Tail Waggers Club dog collar identification disc membership badge
A good original circa 1930's period 'The Tail Waggers Club dog collar identification membership badge' white metal disc bearing two crossed upright tails in relief with motto 'I Help My Pals' , the reverse inscribed with the name and address 'T -W CLUB, 37 TEMPLE CHRS LONDON Telephone City 1909' and individually engraved registration number 'No 258821'. Very good clean condition.
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Scottish Terrier dog 9 carat gold badge
A superb quality jewellers made vintage period well defined profile of a Scottie Dog with tail in the air, mounted on a slender bar; the reverse impressed '9ct' (9 carat gold). Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings.
Height 16mm. read more
British Bulldog badge by Kenart England
A scarce original circa pre-war manufactured 'British Bulldog brooch'; superbly designed gilt metal example, the reverse impressed with maker's details 'KENART' in lozenge logo 'REGd. No. 534187' a Registration, Design and Patent number for the year 1909 and 'Made in England' 'BCM / KENART BULLDOG'. Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings, minor wear to gilt finish.
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THE DOBERMANN CLUB dog lover necklace chain and badge
A good original later part of the 20th century silver plated rectangular pendant inlaid with white enamel, depicting a black silhouette of a dog, inscribed below 'The Dobermann Club' complete with chain approximately 52cm. Very good condition, clasp in good working order, enamel perfect.
Size 28 x 25mm. read more
Bull Terrier Club championionship show Ayr Scotland 1928 winner medal
A scarce large circular oxidised silvered medallion, the obverse displaying an embossed figure of an 'English Bull Terrier' dog; the reverse with embossed title 'The Bull Terrier Club To Commemorate Win of', and engraved, "Champion Snow Glorious Kingham at Ayr Championionship Show April 24th. & 25th.1928." Contained in its original velvet lined fitted leather case with maker's details to the in... read more