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A scarce plaque to a reserve in the Merchant Navy. Apart from his mic, no other research has been done on this man, so an interesting project awaits. They are new and will come in a pretty presentation box. Supercharger Panel (replica) Fuel Gauge (replica) Starter Switches. Here we have a lot of four Scottish badges all in white metal, including; 1914 pattern Gordon Highlanders, 1st Black Watch Sergeants QVC. They were used in taverns, inns etc so they were bashed about and basically used. 78 more were injured. WW1 Solid Silver Enamel Royal Artillery Sweetheart Badge A super quality and detailed sweetheart badge for the Royal Artillery, marked silver on the back and finished with coloured enamels, comes in very good condition and measures just over one inch long. J15 WW1-ish 1st Royal Dragoons Cap Badge. WW2 era cloth trade sleeve badge, R for a range finder or range taker. WW1 Turkish POW Carved Wooden Box. Selection of Victorian Era Scraps Back in the Victoria era it was quite common for young ladies to collect 'scraps' by cutting out pieces of card from all manner of sources to use in scrap books or collages, there are two packs of these available. All three medals are in excellent condition and mounted on a brooch back bar to be worn. This medal comes in excellent original condition and has a nice even dark tone. This one has been rarely worn and in excellent condition. It measures a large size T, so a good mans size. Printed on linen with British made along the bottom it comes in good but used condition, some staining mostly on the left side but no holes, measures 34 inches. The bi-metal cap badge is in good used condition and is quite dirty, a sympathetic clean would do it wonders; apart from that it is in very good order. It measures.5 inches high and is 13 inches wide at the base. Perhaps the most striking is their ancient tradition of headhunting practices. It is in excellent condition with a wonderful even patina and it offers good investment potential at this price. Some are displaying Iron cross ribbons, probably from the Franco Prussian War. A top quality replacement copy of the Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Very clean with only a couple of small losses on the beads. Rare WW2 Era On War Service Badge Heston Aircraft Company Workers at the various aircraft factories were issued with badges which were individually numbered, this one is for the Heston aircraft company of Middlesex, below is some more info on the company and their war.
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