a vintage dog owners association badge approx 1.5" by 1.3" with brooch fitting. Maker mark Kenart.
a nice example RCAMC veterans or sweetheart pin. Maker marked by Gaunt. Pre 1952 pattern emblem. Not sure which of the World Wars era wise but could be for veterans of either. approx 1.25" by 1.2" with brooch pin fitting.
a good example first pattern cap badge of this WW2 raised Corps. Approx 1.8" by 1.2" with Crown of King George VI at top. Plain slider fitting. The badge has been shaped for wear probably on a beret.
a reasonable example Great War steel coin for occupied lands in the east. loss of finish and rust flecks. approx 1.05" diameter.
an interesting veterans commemorative medal for the last parade at the former St Patrick's Barracks in 2015. Even more interesting since i believe the last parade was in 2017. scarce. approx 1.25" diameter plus suspension etc.
a very nice late 19th Century or early 20th made belt buckle. Two South American large silver coins set in white metal from Peru and Uruguay. Most likely for a ladies dress belt. Approx 3.75" by 2.3" in closed position.
an interesting vintage piece. Commemorative spoon, possibly a sports prize or similar. approx 5.5" long. Pre 1952 pattern emblem of Corps at top. reasonable condition for age.
a good example enameled metal Communist era merit badge. approx 1.5" by 1.1" with pin fitting on reverse.
a rare but relic Spinks medal which was named to an escapee. white metal approx 1.5" diameter. sadly badly abused. it appears the naming was deliberately erased.
a silver hallmarked 50th Anniversary medal which appears to be for a timber company called HB. Good timber endures motto. nice item worth some research.
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