a cased one piece metal copy of the Knights Cross of the Iron Cross with Swords and Oakleaves. full size reasonable looking piece although the ribbon looks newer than the rest of it.
an interesting sterling marked inset disc intended for a trophy or plaque for 8 Years good behaviour etc, approx 1.3" diameter. Could be either British or Commonwealth.
an interesting memento of the Coal Strikes era from Sheffield. Delegate card approx 3.7" by 2.2" in plastic holder with cord and a small National Union of Miners pin NUM Yorkshire area.amed to J. Lincoln and signed by the Union Leader Arthur Scargill.
a pair of old brass small size shoulder titles of this famous former Scottish Regiment. each approx 1.2" by 0.4" with lug fittings.
a relatively scarce lot of pre 1952 pattern collar badges of this former Scottish Regiment ; the Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry. each approx 1.3" by 0.8" with lug type fittings. signs of age and remains of a gilt wash.
an unusual medal. same period as the Paris Olympics but no idea if it was remotely affiliated. appears to be Fire Service related which was then part of the military. approx 1.65" diameter plus retention .
a relic example aluminium enlisted type RAD cap badge. approx 1.3" by 1.75". no pin fittings.
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.
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