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A scarce original circa 1901 to 1908 period 'Royal Army Medical Corps Volunteer white metal collar badge'; King George V Crowned laurel wreath 'Rod of Asclepius' to voided centre, resting upon a 'Vols' tablet with title scroll below, the loops have been removed possibly at the time, to make it into a sweetheart brooch with pin fittings. Very good condition, minimal wear.
A good original post 1908 die-stamped white metal collar badge, in the form of a three turreted castle bearing the Arms of Ely. Good condition, complete with original two loop fittings.
A scarce original short lived 1947 -1952 period 'Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers officer's matching collar badges'; each bearing a silvered horse atop the Globe mounted on gilt lightning bolt bearing George VI crown; the reverse impressed with maker's details "J.R.Gaunt London" and the letter "P". Very good condition, complete with loops and retaining pins.
A scarce original First World War period 'Canadian Expeditionary Force 199th Infantry Battalion (Irish Canadian Rangers Duchess of Connaught's Own) collar badge', die-stamped other ranks brass example, the reverse retaining original two loop fittings. Very good condition, minimal wear.
A good original circa Great War period 'Border Regiment Other Ranks facing collar badges'; white metal examples, each with red felt backing to voided cente which bears a dragon below a "China" scroll. Very good condition, complete with two loop fittings, minimal service wear.
Height approx 20mm.
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