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eMedals-Canada, United Kingdom, Jamaica. Nine First and Second War Badges

Item: C6016

Canada, United Kingdom, Jamaica. Nine First and Second War Badges

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$130

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Canada, United Kingdom, Jamaica. Nine First and Second War Badges

Includes: five Canadian Badges: First War Canadian Engineer Cap Badge (in bronze, voided, maker marked "J.R. GAUNT LONDON" on the reverse, measuring 42.5 mm (w) x 47.7 mm (h), both prongs intact, one of which has been re-soldered); Royal Canadian Engineers Cap Badge (in bronze, voided, measuring 47 mm (w) x 48.8 mm, one of two prongs intact); Essex and Kent Scottish Glengarry Badge (in white metal, measuring 50 mm (w) x 69.2 mm (h), both lugs intact); Fort Garry Horse Cap Badge (two-piece construction, silvered bronze insignia, mounted to a bronze maple leaf base with a chocolate-brown finish, maker marked "J.R. GAUNT B'HAM" on the slider, measuring 44.5 mm (w) x 44 mm (h)); Irish Regiment of Canada (three-piece construction, silvered insignia an ribbon banner, mounted to a bronze gilt base, measuring 41.5 mm (w) x 48.3 mm (h), both lugs intact); three British Badges: Gordon Highlanders Officer's Waist Belt Badge (three-piece construction, in white metal, both horizontal posts severed and replaced with vertical lugs); 14th County of London Battalion (London Scottish) Glengarry Badge (in white metal, measuring 56 mm (w) x 52.2 mm (h), both lugs intact); Royal Scots (bronze gilt insignia, mounted to a white metal base, voided, measuring 57 mm (w) x 59.3 mm (h), both lugs intact); and Jamaican Army and Air Cadet Force (AACF) Officer's Tudor Crown Cap Badge (two-piece construction, silver insignia, mounted to a bronze gilt base, voided, measuring 52.2 mm (w) x 53.8 mm (h), both screwposts intact). Ranging from better than fine to near extremely fine.
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