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  • EDWARD VII CORONATION LAPEL FAVOUR

    A very nice, ornate lapel favour, commemorating the coronation of Edward VII. Gilt miniature photo frames showing the King & Queen mounted on an ornate ribbon arrangement. Some fragility to the ribbon backing. Single lapel pin fitting present.

    £35.00
  • 1914 WOODFORD CYCLIST ASSOCIATION MEET BUTTON LAPEL BADGE

    A extremely rare ‘early’ cyclist club/association meeting lapel badge. Badge in the form of a button, with a heavy repair to the reverse pin fitting, and with obverse age rust staining. A club meeting possibly on the out break of WW1. Despite the condition these early badges are highly sought after by cycle club collector enthusiasts.

    £95.00
  • QUEEN VICTORIA JUBILEE COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL (2)

    A very nicely struck cross in brass, giving good obverse and reverse, details related to the queen and the jubilee. Mounted on its original patriotic ribbon. The fitting pin is absent.

    £55.00
  • QUEEN VICTORIA SILVER JUBILEE COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL (1)

    A crude lead made medal commemorating the silver jubilee of Victoria. Obverse with the queens head and dates of the jubilee. Reverse with more dates related to her life. Mounted on a gilt brass victorian crown. The fitting pin is absent from the crown. Possibly a school/district issue.

    £24.00
  • GEORGE VI CORONATION LAPEL BADGE

    A well struck, small lapel badge/favour commemorating the coronation. Lapel button hole fitting to the reverse. No maker details.

    £20.00
  • ELISABETH II CORONATION LAPEL FAVOUR

    A quirky hologram badge showing the Queen and Duke as the badge moves, mounted on a patriotic ribbon, and single fitting pin. Reverse of the badge with the coronation date details. Damage free condition.

    £24.00
  • ‘DAY’S of EMPIRE’ LAPEL BADGE J.I.C.L.

    A very good condition ‘For Empire’ Junior Imperial Constitutional League lapel badge. Maker W.O.Lewis (Badges) Ltd. B’ham. The JICL was formed in 1906 with the aims of creating an interest in politics among young persons aged 15 to 25 years and organised to serve the needs of the Conservative political party.

    £15.00
  • KING GEORGE V ROWNTREE & Co. LTD COMMEMORATIVE GIFT TIN

    Many, and varied descriptions on the internet as to what this tin actually appertains to. Some say WW1 related others it commemorates a royal event. (Christmas 1915 is mentioned often). The painted image to the lid is very much of the type related to WW1/early/coronation vintage rather than a later jubilee. The inner under lid is with a good printed detail, ‘obverse’ lid with very good bright colour

    £55.00
  • VINTAGE BRITISH MADE OPEN ‘CUT THROAT’ RAZOR

    A fine untouched British made open razor of a bye-gone age. Damage free with black staining to the blade. Maker (Birmingham) marked. Safety cover in matching damage free condition, being unmarked. Blade is sharpe but needs ‘polishing’, and when done so is perfectly serviceable for the purpose to which it was intended. Used extensively in civilian life up to the 1950’s and during both world wars by serving soldiers. AGE

    £45.00
  • VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN PAIR OF LADIES DAY/EVENING GLOVES

    A super, very delicate pair of, turn of the 19th century ladies silk day/evening wear gloves. A superb period item, with workmanship of the vintage. Slightly grubby due to use and storage. To fit very ‘tinny’ hand.

    £75.00
  • WEMBLEY STADIUM AMBULANCE SERVICE BADGE

    A scarce 'Wembley Stadium Ambulance Service' badge. Production and period of use is not now fully known. Use is ‘estimated’ to have been from the 1930’s through to as late as the early 1970’s. The stadium was used regularly for grey-hound and speedway racing along with its more recognisable use of football finals and internationals, necessitating the need for a ‘permanent’ medical staff. Multi-coloured enamel on gilt oval

    £65.00
  • FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION WORLD CUP QUALIFIER MESSENGER ARMBAND

    An official FA armband as worn by the Wembley messenger service for the World Cup qualifying match in 1973 against Poland. Band is made from heavy weight cotton with printed detail. A game that England had to win to qualify for the finals in West Germany in 1974, they only managed a 1-1 draw. The game proved to be a watershed for the England old guard of

    £75.00