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A scarce original die-stamped white metal example, as regulars but with stippled blank scroll instead of the normal 'Egypt'. Good condition, toned, complete with original slider.
A scarce original die-stamped brass variant with Crown raised above the Garter, issued between 1947 and 1953, the slider stamped "J.R.Gaunt, London". Very good condition, complete with original slider.
A good original die-stamped white metal non-issue private purchase example, the slider stamped "England". Good condition, complete with original slider.
A good original post-1948 'Brentwood School CCF die-stamped brass cap badge' displaying the School Arms. Good condition, retaining original two loop fittings, minor service wear.
A good original Great War period '28th County of London Artists Rifles cap badge', die-stamped brass example depicting the conjoined heads of the Roman Gods Mars and Minerva in profile, with "Artists Rifles" scroll below. Good condition, complete with original slider fitting.
Height approx 46mm.
A good original circa 1940's Territorial Infantry blackened brass cap badge, a Maltese cross with King's Crown above, to the centre the Swan of Buckinghamshire, inside a circle bearing the title. Very good condition and complete with its original slider fitting.
A circa 1920's large circular bronze badge bearing a King's Crown, embossed "North Western Railway" title over a steam train in laurel wreath with "For Efficiency" scroll below, the reverse with engraved number "255". Very good condition, original pin fittings. Height 49mm. Together with a matching bronze snake clasp belt buckle, this stamped "NWR" to both parts. Very good condition,
Width 80mm. Height 57mm.
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