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Deeside Field Club Scottish jewellery membership badge

A superb original circa 1940's period Scottish jewellery brooch, in the form of a gilt metal celtic strap inlaid with agate style enamelling, the reverse impressed in relief 'Deeside Field Club'. Very good clean condition, complete with original pin fittings, gilt finish remains bright.
Height 39mm.

The Deeside Field Club, Aberdeenshire, Scotland was formed in 1920.

Code: 61722

30.00 GBP

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The Burns Federation bicentenary commemorative badge Scottish poet of romanticism

A scarce original circa 1959 'Robert Burns bicentenary commemorative badge' issued by the 'The Burns Federation' in the form of a gilt and enamel oval medallion, the blue horseshoe title surround enclosed by the date 1885 the year it was founded, the centre displaying the literary society's logo, a bird standing on twig over a white shield with crook, horn and green tree and suspended from a blue bar dated '1759 - 1959'. Very good mint condition, complete with original pin fittings, enamel perfect, gilt remains bright.
Height 44mm.

Robert Burns Born: 25 January 1759 Alloway, Ayrshire, Scotland. Died: 21 July 1796 Dumfries, Scotland.

'Auld Lang Syne' being one of his famous poems.

Code: 61532


Scottish Clans Association of London membership badge

A scarce original turn of the 20th century magnificent 'Scottish Clans Association of London badge'; gilded brass example in the form of a large title strap inlaid with blue enamel, the centre bearing a crowned shield depicting 'St. Andrew and his cross' flanked by a Highland soldier and Scottish lion upon a spray of thistles. Excellent condition, complete with original pin fittings, enamel perfect, gilt finish remains bright.
Diameter 32mm.

'The Scottish Clans Association of London' was founded in 1898 to promote the study of Gaelic and the wearing of Highland dress.They were responsible for organising the Grand Annual 'Burns' Night Scottish Concert' at the Royal Albert Hall, London. They federated in 1939.

Code: 57748

45.00 GBP

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