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Original, WW1 Era Imperial Prussian NCO Guard’s / Grenadier’s Infantry Pickelhaube Helmet Plate. Sn 13588 - 13588
This is a large original Imperial Prussian NCO Guard’s / Grenadier’s Infantry Pickelhaube Helmet Plate. The plate features the gilt brass Imperial Prussian Eagle With motto banner and central silvered metal star with central embossed Eagle and motto roundel. The curved Eagle is 7 ½” from wing tip to wing tip. The rear has the correct mounting rings. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13588
£275.00

Original Victorian British Welsh Regiment Officer's Gilt & Silver Helmet Plate. Sn 13565 - 13565
This is a very nice original helmet plate for the Welsh Regiment and dates from the period 1881 to 1902. It carries a Victorian Crown over a seven point star and a wreath. The centre carries a separate section of a garter enclosing a Prince of Wales Feathers above a scroll on a black wool backing. Below this on the wreath is a silver scroll with "The Welsh Regiment". It carries 3 loops to the reverse. All of the gilding remains and the whole helmet plate is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13565
£325.00

WW2 German Panzer Assault Award, Silver Class. BA 887 - BA 887
An original WW2 German Panzer Assault Award, silver coloured. The Panzer Badge (German: Panzerkampfabzeichen) was a World War II German military decoration awarded troops in armoured divisions. It was instituted 20 December 1939 (although a version had been introduced during the World War I and a variation during the Spanish Civil War). The Panzer Badge was introduced on 20 December, 1939, in order to recognize the achievements of Panzer personnel who took part in armoured assaults. It was designed by the Berlin firm of Wilhelm Ernst Peekhaus, and was instituted by order of Generaloberst Walther von Brauchitsch. The Panzer Badge consists of an oval with a wreath composed of five single oak leaves on one side and four on the other (the tank treads cover one). At the base of the oval is a tie, and at the apex a Wehrmacht eagle, which has folded wings clutches a swastika in its talons. In the center of the badge is a tank that passes from left to right. The left track of the tank goes into the wreath of oak leaves, and the area under the tank is grooved and made to look like grass. The reverse of the badge has three variations, the badge could either be hollow backed, flat, or semi-dished. The hollowed backed variation showed the imprint of the obverse, while the flat was just solid. The semi-dished version has a slight indent that shows part of the outline of the tank. This is the semi-dished version. It has a wearers pin which is in good condition. The Silver class was presented to tank commanders, gunners or radio operators while the bronze class was presented to the Panzergrenadier regiments, tank assault crew, armoured reconnaissance units, and medical personnel who went into battle in armoured vehicles. The award was authorized through the Panzer Division commander. The price includes UK delivery. BA 887
£175.00

Victorian Other Ranks Helmet Plate To The Loyal North Lancashire's. BA 885 - BA 885
This is a very nice 'Other Ranks' helmet plate to the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) (until 1921 known as the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment) was a line infantry regiment of the British Army that was in existence from 1881 to 1970. It is the Star and Wreath two part construction with a separate removable central boss. It has 3 loops to the rear. It is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. BA 885
£145.00

Pre WW1 C1902- 1914 British Kings Crown Manchester Regiment Helmet Plate. Sn 13349 - 13349
An original very good example of the crowned star pattern plate mounted with laurel wreath and garter. The centre carries the Manchester City heraldic coat of arms and the base of the wreath has a scroll with ‘The Manchester Regiment’ name. There are 3 loops to the reverse. A nice example of a pre WW1 helmet plate. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13349
£375.00

WW2 German Red Cross Nurses Enamel Badge by A Stubbe, Berlin. Ba 884 - BA 884
This is an excellent quality enamel WW2 German Nurses badge. The badge is made from black, white, red and gold enamel. It has a red enamel cross in the centre below the Eagle with folded wings. The red cross is on a white background. On the reverse of the badge it is nicely stamped with the maker "A Stubbe Berlin" and below this with an issue number "2367" and area "Karlsruhe". The badge has the original wearers pin which operates as it should. This is a nice example of the badge. It is 40mm in diameter. The price includes UK delivery. Ba 884
£175.00

British Scarce WW2 LDV (Local Defence Volunteers) / Home Guard Cloth Insignia Group. Sn. MISC 852 - MISC 852
This is an original group consisting of an early and scarce LDV (Local Defence Volunteers) brassard or armband, printed on khaki felt. These were only in existence between the 22nd May 1940 when the L.D.V. were officially formed and the 30th July 1940 when Winston Churchill decreed that their name would change to The Home Guard. The brassard has obviously been affixed to a uniform but is in excellent condition. There are also 3 other items of Home Guard material. A stitch on blouse patch, a shoulder title and a slip over collar title. All of these have been fixed to a uniform in the past, but like the brassard, are in excellent condition. This is a nice collection of LDV and Home Guard cloth insignia which could be the basis for a larger collection. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. MISC 852
£175.00

A Large Frame Of 'Volunteer Artillery' Badges And Insignia 1859-1908. Sn 11633 - 11633
The frame is comprised of a large Victorian Crown helmet plate, a Busby Grenade Plume holder and Plume, a large Forage Cap Victorian Crown badge, two General Pattern Pagri Badges, two Grenade badges and Bullion Grenade Badges, a Standard King's Crown cap badge, two Victorian Crown Pouch or Belt Plates, one Victorian Crown Belt Buckle, one white metal Belt Buckle and three Victorian Epaulettes (one Bullion). The Volunteer Artillery wore white metal badges for other ranks and silver or silver plated for officers. Regular units wore gilt or brass badges. This is a very impressive display and would grace any collectors wall. ********* PLEASE NOTE IT HAS BEEN DIFFICULT TO PHOTOGRAPH THIS FRAME DISPLAY BECAUSE OF THE REFLECTION FROM THE GLASS, IT IS FAR MORE IMPRESSIVE THAN THE PHOTOGRAPHS DEPICT *********** The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11633
£750.00

Original LIFEGUARDS Officer's Full dress Plumed Helmet Plate by Firmin. W.01. English in Presentaion Case. BA 882 / 6251 - BA 882 / 6251
This totally Mint and original Gilt, Enamel and White metal, full dress Officer's helmet plate to the Lifeguards was presented to W.0.1 Tony English on his retirement from the Regiment. It is a magnificent detailed and intricate plate 6 inches x 7 1/2 inches. It was purchased by the Regiment from Firmins and specially framed to present to W.01 English who was the ' Queens Master Taylor to the Lifeguards'. The attractive wood frame is 14 inches x 14 inches x 3 1/2 inches. This is a fine and unique item, with provenance and highly decorative. Price includes UK delivery. BA 882 / 6251.
£1,500.00

A Silver St. John Ambulance Ass. Medal, St. John Ambulance Brigade Badge & Order of St. John Priory Of Wales Miniature L.S. Medal & Ribbon. Sn 10391:3 - 10391:3
A Silver St. John Ambulance Association medal named to 242893 Herbert Jordan and hallmarked for 1919. These were issued for efficient service, bars were added for further service. The second is a St. John Ambulance Brigade membership badge complete with wearer's pin on the reverse. The last being a Order of St. John, Priory Of Wales miniature Long Service medal and ribbon. The medal is to Robert P. Williams and it is hallmarked on the reverse for 1913. This is complete with correct ribbon. The price includes Uk delivery.
£70.00
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