an old comrades type lbuttonhole badge bearing the pre 1953 pattern emblem of this former Regiment. approx 1.25" by 1.35" with signs of age and wear to plating etc. good example.
a possibly late WW2 to run up to the Korean War manufactured cap patch. machine embroidered approx 2.15" diameter. good cndition with some signs of age etc.
a great item. numbered War Workers buttonhole badge. approx 1.05" diameter. stamped 5503. in reasonably good used condition.
a vintage British made example of this Nigerian award. Civil version. approx 1.45" diameter. By Spinks. Instituted in 1977.
a circa WW1 used brass shoulder former T Title of this former County Regiment. approx 1.8" by 0.5" with lug fittings and cotter pin. The Territorial letter was most likely removed for Great War wear in a regular unit.
an interesting commemorative token from the First Gulf Conflict. approx 1.5" diameter with EIIR AAC emblem. This one uses the first US designation Operation Desert Sabre which was changed to sword. in plastic holder.
an old most likely German made zinc medal for Allied Forces in Europe. Kings Crown pattern CMP emblem with King George VI cypher. Training award for Best Squad. faint traces of silver finish. The Royal Title was added in 1946 so this makes it either 1945 or 1946.
a great lot as found. BEF sports medal 1.3" diameter plus loop in hallmarked silver with another silver football related fob medal from 1922. on a plated small chain. assume a Wesleyan Church Football Club
a lot of three used but reasonable WWII dated Air Ministry marked teaspoons. each approx 4.8" long. Nickel Silver with signs of age and use etc.
knocked about a bit and missing both its prongs. very faint traces of silver finish over copper plated aluminium. approx 1.2" by 1.1".
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