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A scarce badge produced for Thanksgiving Week that took place in the autumn of 1945. Made of celluloid and tin it depicts the British Lion's victory over the German swastika. Very good condition, complete with original pin fitting, colour remains bright, no sign of any foxing.
A good original World War Two period brown plastic economy badge, issued after 1942 due to metal shortage. Very good condition, retaining original stick pin fitting, no warping, cracks or distortions, colour remains good.
Height of front 31mm.
A scarce silver plate and enamel example, the red hand of Ulster on a silhouette of the province, the reverse with maker's details "H.W.Miller Ltd Branston St B'Ham 18" Good condition, original buttonhole fitting, minor chip to enamel just under the red hand, plating worn back to the brass.
Height 23mm. Width 28mm.
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