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  • WW1 BRITISH VICKERS WORKS STAFF GIFT WALLET (2)

    A more common Vickers gift wallet in green oil skin material. Given at Christmas 1914. The wallet has been used/carried and as such is in used condition with partial content, and wear. Contains the file board and the information sheet/1915 calendar.

    £55.00
  • WW1 BRITISH VICKERS WORKS STAFF GIFT WALLET

    A rare version (in blue) of this Vickers gift wallet to staff Christmas 1914. One of a number of gifts for the first Christmas of the war. Oil skin wallet in excellent condition, complete with its ‘file’ board, pencil, calendar for 1915 with a map of the front and the Vickers ‘compliments card’. Gilt ‘Vickers’ monogram to the wallet cover. All items in excellent condition.

    £145.00
  • WW2 MINIATURE ARP LAPEL BADGE IN SILVER

    A very nice miniature ARP lapel badge in marked silver. Fine detail in keeping with the full size badge. Reverse with button hole fitting. Marked silver under the reverse fitting, to the reverse of the crown. Just a small note, this badge is slightly smaller and more petite than the one listed last week (see site for comparison images).

    £30.00
  • WW2 ARP LAPEL BADGE IN NICKEL

    A good damage free male issue lapel badge in nickel. No maker mark to reverse. Button hole fitting. The nickel badges were issued in smaller numbers than the hallmarked silver, as such, strangely, making them a rarer badge in this finish.

    £24.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1915 ON WAR SERVICE BADGE (FIRST ISSUE)

    A very good condition first issue in brass and two colour white and blue enamel 1915 ‘On War Service’ lapel badge. Slight enamel surface chip (only) at 7 o-clock. Reverse with maker mark ‘J.R. Gaunt London’ with the issue number stamped to the button hole fitting. This badge when first issued was as described in gilt and enamel, following suit with the 1914 issue. The expediencies of war

    £35.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT ARP BADGE IN ITS BOX OF ISSUE

    A very good condition box of issue in blue, with a nickel manufactured lapel badge therein. Badge is with button hole fitting, maker marked ‘J.R. Gaunt Lond.’ This is a male issued badge (because of the button hole fitting) as issued in the correct blur box. The female bade on a brooch pin fitting was issued in a red box.

    £35.00
  • WW1 BRITISH GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF VTC MEMBERS

    A particularly nice VTC association badge being of multi-piece construction. The central Minerva device is separately attached. Grubby untouched condition, with lapel button hole fitting. Fattorini maker mark Bradford and Reg No. to the reverse.

    £35.00
  • EARLY BRITISH LEGION WOMENS SECTION 1928 PILGRIMAGE LAPEL BADGE

    A good button badge, for the Woman’s section British Legion 19128 pilgrimage to the Western Front. Badge is with a slight curvature, but otherwise in excellent condition, complete with the maker, card infill details to its reverse (see images). Approx. 45mm in diameter. A rare badge.

    £75.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1919 PEACE MEDAL

    One of a number of medals struck, (in this case base metal lead) to commemorate the “Peace Declaration” in 1919 at Versailles. Good obverse and reverse detail, for a comparatively crude medal. Single lapel pin fitting.

    £30.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT NATIONAL SAVINGS LAPEL BADGE

    A good ‘gilt’ plastic WW2 National Savings lapel badge. Grubby condition with some ‘gilt fading’. Complete with single lapel pin. No maker details.

    £24.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ATHLETES’ VOLUNTEER FORCE 1914 RECRUIT BADGE

    A superb Athletes Vol. Force Recruit lapel badge, in gilt and enamel. Excellent bright damage free condition. Button hole fitting reverse, with maker details ‘Fattorini Bradford’. This unit formed part of the period VTC.

    £25.00
  • LORD KITCHENER PATRIOTIC LAPEL BUTTON BADGE

    A good period lapel button badge showing Lord Kitchener. Popular in both the Boer and First world war period. Good condition with age storage.