Unusual Hallmarked silver and enamel small sized ladies powder compact still retaining traces of the powder inside. A small sized silver Artists Rifles cap badge mounted upon the enamel lid in the Regiment's Colours of Grey White and Black. London hallmarks to the rim for 1942 with indistinct ones to the reverse but clear makers details for " J W " and " Patent Applied for ". [Approx 5 cms diameter ] [ Very slight enamel damage at 2 o'clock ]
Brass king's crown badge with original brooch pin fitting and red shaped cloth backing to the reverse. A shield bearing the Essex seaxes to the centre of a crowned circlet bearing the title, " Essex V.A.D. "
Rare early pattern embroidered Cadets proficiency sleeve badge. The letter " C " within a white diamond on a khaki diamond backing.
Brass spur qualification sleeve badge with three flat lugs to the reverse. Worn by Rough-Riders, Riding Instructors and Remount Trainers.
King's crown silver and enamel old comrades tie-pin style badge. First pattern R.E.M.E. cap badge in silver and enamel mounted upon a silver marked tie-pin.
Selection of four various patterns Cadet Force proficiency star sleeve badges. Gold bullion wire, red, white, and brown all on khaki backings.
Unusual pattern old comrades lapel badge with buttonhole fitting and makers details for Gaunt London to the reverse. The Prince of Wales's plumes and the Regiment's main honour scroll, " Albuhera " within a wreath of laurel.
Unmarked silver and enamel sweetheart brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. Design as for the GviR cap badge in red white and blue enamels.
Red white and blue enamel and gilt sweetheart brooch with pin fitting to the reverse. The Yorkshire Rose and the Royal Tiger within a wreath of laurel bearing the title scroll surmounted by a Ducal Coronet. [ Presumably for a Yorkshire soldier, as no evidence of the red Lancashire Rose !? ]
Canvas type material white armband bearing a red cloth Geneva Cross with six " Newey " marked adjustable press-stud fittings and the " Army Medical Service " stamp to the reverse.
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