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    Small gilt mount from a skean dhu 1/14 inch high, spikes have been removed from the reverse. Unknown date.
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    My collection of un-matched OSD collars still growing, two new additions on the left.

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    WW1 embroidery in wool and silk thread. 9 x 12 inches housed in an oak glazed frame, colours are faded but the milky stain bottom left is on my scanner not the embroidery.

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    Modern pin back badge.

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    Sgts glengarry badge with voided centre for 2nd Bn.
    Back star is cast white metal and heavily silver-plated, St. Andrew cast separatly and brazed to the star.
    The cast brass overlay is held onto the star with brass screws and nuts, I wonder if this was bazzar made in Palestine?
    Bottom point of star has broken off.

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    14/15 Star to 8087 Pte M Buchannan.

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    Silver matchbox holder by E.A.P.& Co Birm 1916. Mounted with a silver and enamel badge.
    The centre punches in the corners are there to stop the matchbox from falling out.



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    Re Picture of soldier in trenches during crimea

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronmarsden View Post
    Hi Neil, the crest of the 42nd Regt was St. Andrew on his Cross the badge shown on the Cunninghame photo is a bullion version in silver wire of this badge below.
    My badge no 34 is an other ranks glengarry badge.
    I dont know which painting you are refering to re the privates in the trenches.
    regards Ron.
    Hi ron this is the picture i was refering to.

    Neil

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    Hi Neil, that is the badge I was refering to where I mentioned it was similar to Scots Guards Star.
    Ron.

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    Breadalbane Volunteers officers gilt flat coatee button circa 1802.
    Excavated condition copper gilt button 21mm diameter, shank missing 80% of the gilt gone.
    B.V. within crowned shield with flanking thistle sprays. Backmark extra strong gilt.

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