Truly a thing of Beauty !
Princess Louise cypher as used by the Argylls.
Set with marcasite and red enamel as well as very fine green and purple enamels in the crown.
Very well made and with no issues.
Uncleaned with nice toning and no rubbing or damage.
Nice scarce title.
3 Hex lugs.
Real deal not a faker from the Bay !
No rubbing nor damage.
Rare one here.
3 lugs , genuine, not evilbay fake.
Nicely toned brass.
Very difficult to find title.
Silver and tortoiseshell shell fob similar to Great War sweethearts .
Silver rim, this with Argyll & Sutherland to the bottom.
Hand inlaid silver Remimental device of Boars Head and Wildcat.
Loop to top for attaching to watch chain.
Pagri badge for wear on the sun helmet and slouch hat.
Very popular in the Boer War.
Tail Up cat for the Victorian period.
Correct purpose made pin back , not conversion from lugs.
Correct pin and hook for the period.
No rubbing or damage.
Not often anything hallmarked comes up to the Black Watch and this is a cracker !
Edinburgh silver hallmarks for 1897.
Outstanding detail in high relief.
Officers name incised to rear in jeweller applied script .
Believed to be the C.O. of the 3rd. Militia Btn.
Also Maker Mkd. " T.S. & S", ( Thomas Smith & Son 25-31 Queens St Glasgow).
The engraving is a facsimile of the signature of George Robert Seaton Logan-Hume.
Born Edrom Berwickshire 1880.
Lt 3rd Militia Bn BW 6TH Dec 1899 aged 19.
Died 1908 aged 28 (Possible from consumption).
Worthy of further research.
A top end item of superior quality for the serious collector. of Black Watch ephemera and offered at a very fair price.
Great depiction of helmeted soldier throwing a stick grenade with an artillery gun team in the background. All in relief.
Early 1934 tinnie.
Silver washed and retaining most of the original finish.
2 years into the Nazi period.
Detail in high relief with the Brandenburg gate at the top.
Cracking looking badge in polished white metal.
Always contentious for Germany after WW1, "Die Saar Ist Frei" (The Saar is Free).
Raised outer edge and within in relief a WW1 style helmet over a shield with "23" (regiment).
Large size approximately 5cm diameter.
Good depiction of soldier with decalled helmet in fighting order with sentry box in the background , all in relief.
Good pressed gilded tin day badge. Early eagle and swastika in high relief.
Nicely age toned. Not in Tieste Tinnie book.
Early 1934 tinnie with nice detail in relief.
Pressed tin with brass coloured finish.
Very striking coloured plastic tinnie. Marked RZM & M9/67 (Overhoff cie Ludenscheid) to rear. Nice V.G.C. and retaining all finish.
Early 3rd Reich Germany 1st 1933 NSDAP tinnie. Die struck brass in excellent condition.
N.S.D.A.P. to top with political eagle. Scarce.
Die- stamped tinny. Retaining most of it's copper paint. 4.5 cm x 2.7 cm.
Absolute stonker this one.
Heavy cast aluminium.
Teutonic Knight in relief with shield bearing the town Coat of Arms.
Around his legs , Nazi standards and to the centre bottom a DRL device in relief.
Maker marked “ STEMPEL MÜLLER BREMEN” .
RZM & M9/25 Richard Sieper & Sohne, Lüdenscheid marked to rear.
White bakelite with gold finish.
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