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Highland Light Infantry .Officers Plaid Brooch

Highland Light Infantry
Officers Plaid Brooch
with Imperial Crown 1887-1901

Code: 57361

275.00 GBP


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Highland Light Infantry Volunteer Battalion.Officers Plaid Brooch

Highland Light Infantry Volunteer Battalion
Officers Plaid Brooch
Short Blank scroll with Imperial Crown 1887-1901
Worn by 1st & 2nd Volunteer Battalions HLI

Code: 57360

350.00 GBP


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Edinburgh University Officers Training Corps O.T.C. Sporran Badge

Edinburgh University Officers Training Corps O.T.C. Sporran Badge
Kings Crown White Metal 2 Long Lugs

Code: 57359

23.00 GBP


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WW2 German Breslan Arm Shield

WW2 German
Breslan Arm Shield 1933

Code: 57358

110.00 GBP


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German WW2 Police Cap Badge

German WW2
Police Cap Badge

Code: 57357

65.00 GBP


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Royal Marines WW2 Bakelite Collar Badges

Pair of Royal Marines WW2 Bakelite Collar Badges
Plastic WW2 Economy Issue
2 Blade Fitting
Makers name A Stanley & Sons Walsall

Code: 57344

9.50 GBP


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Cheshire Corps of Air Raid Wardens Lapel Badge

Cheshire Corps of Air Raid Wardens
Lapel Badge
Makers name Butt & Co Ltd Chester

Code: 57338

22.00 GBP


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County of Renfrew Special Constabulary Badge

Early Type County of Renfrew
Special Constabulary Badge
Brass & white Metal
Numbered 75 on reverse
Pin Back

Code: 57334

75.00 GBP


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British WWII Fire Watchers helmet.From McEwan Breweries

British WWII Fire Watchers helmet.
From McEwan Breweries
Important Factory to protect for Scots During WW2
High-domed steel helmet with a wide brim, painted grey, having the Words, 'McEwan Brewers in capitals . Around the helmet are a series of punched holes through which is threaded a length of cord similar to a shoelace. The white tape and leather liner is secured to the shell by this cord.
Dated 1944
The duties of fire watchers were not to ‘watch fires’ but to look out for
incendiaries and extinguish them before a fire could take hold. A law in September 1940 required factories and businesses to appoint employees to watch for incendiary bombs outside of working hours.
Incendiary bombs were quite small. They were dropped, hundreds at a time. On impact they ignited and burned.
Fire Watchers were issued with a bucket of sand, a bucket of water and a stirrup pump.

Code: 57323

95.00 GBP


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Fife & Forfar Yeomanry Scottish Horse Cap Badge

Fife & Forfar Yeomanry Scottish Horse
White Metal Queens Crown Cap Badge
( Highland Yeomanry)
Slider Fitting

Code: 57310

13.00 GBP


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