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QUEENS OWN HIGHLANDERS PIPERS PLAID BROOCH
Circa 1961 and bought from a former pipe band member.
I've left it as is with nice age patina. Will clean up wonderfully if desired.
No rubbing or damage. Original stout pin to the reverse .
4 piece construction.
Code: 55732Price: 255.00 GBP
QUEENS OWN HIGHLANDERS ( SEAFORTH & CAMERON ) PIPERS CAP BADGE C/W TARTAN PATCH
Now scarce pipers badge first introduced in 1961.
Mint condition and still with it's Cameron tartan patch for wear on the Tam O Shanter.
From former bandsman.
Code: 55733Price: 55.00 GBP
VICTORIAN KINGS OWN SCOTTISH BORDERERS HELMET PLATE CENTRE
Nicely toned with no rubbing. O/r's white metal.
Very sharp detail.
Two of the 3 thick U wires present. Top one absent, apart from this VGC.
Code: 55734Price: 78.00 GBP
WW2 OWN SCOTTISH BORDERERS WAIST BELT PLATE - HOBSON
Large size .
Full size cap badge type device to centre. Uncleaned with dark age patina but would clean up nicely if desired. Kings Crown.
Maker mkd. for Hobson London.
Code: 55735Price: 76.00 GBP
WW1 4/5TH SEAFORTH HLDRS. CAP BADGE
Great War type often found as a pin back.
Die struck with nice detail.
Left with it's age toning and old polish residue.
No rubbing or damage.
Code: 55736Price: 46.00 GBP
27TH SCOTTISH SOUTH AUSTRALIA CAP BADGE - STOKES
WW2 example .Very well detailed, silvered lugs. Maker mkd. "Stokes" to the back.
As nice as they come.
The 27th was a South Australian Militia regiment, and in the period of 1930 to 1942, it had a Scottish nature.
First introduced in 1938 this hat badge is based on the Australian Rising Sun badge, with the stag's head of the Seaforths in the centre, and 27 between the antlers on the sun. The scrolls read, South Australian Scottish Regiment, and with the Latin phrase, Primus Inter Pares, meaning First Among Equals.
Code: 55730Price: 88.00 GBP
WW2 AUSTRALIAN 59TH , THE HUME REGIMENT BRASS & ENAMEL CAP BADGE
Rare cap badge ( 1938 /42 ) to this militia regiment originally raised in WW1 but having the named changed to the Hume Regiment in 1938.
This one is good overall, couple of chips to the enamel on the scrolls. Possible period wire relug ?
North and south lugs. Well detailed example and nice age toning to the brass.
On 27 August 1942, as a result of a governmental decision to reduce the size of the Militia and return some of its personnel to civilian industry, the 59th Battalion amlgamated with the 58th Battalion becoming the 58th/59th Battalion. The 58/59th Battalion would go on to see action in World War II in the South-west Pacific in 1943-45. It was disbanded on 23 February 1946.
Code: 55731Price: 85.00 GBP
THEIR HONOUR WAS LOYALTY - SCHIFFER BOOK
Very good condition hard back by Jost W. Schneider.
Very informative Schiffer work.
WW2 GERMAN NSKK OFFICERS M43 CAP
Very nice condition officers M43 cap.
Tricot type material. Leather sweatband with slight service wear No moth or damage.
Size 56 approx. nice insignia .
Code: 55727Price: 665.00 GBP
GERMAN ARMYM40 SINGLE DECAL - ET64
Good untouched, all original M40 with a nicely toned almost 100% army decal. Helmets like this rarely turn up now and this one is an American vet bring back acquired straight from the family.
This is not a Kreigsmarine although I've seen toned army's sold as such to enhance the value .
ET 64 shell, Lot no. 1162.
Configures exactly with the Ice helmet code book which has that lot of helmets as single decal army, Zinc/ sheepskin liner , field grey drab paint so it's as it left the factory.
Good percentage of original paint, liner complete but dry, one tongue end a/f. Full length original chin strap dry but good, strap fixing stud absent on the buckle side and held together by a piece of period string so likely it was being worn like this.
Good One Look original.
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