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A scarce original Great War period fine quality 'Gloucestershire Regiment sweetheart brooch', in the form of a miniature badge with heavy gold plated finish, mounted to a S.M.L.E rifle, the reverse impressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1915 and maker's details 'A.Bros' (Ahronsberg Brothers, Birmingham). Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings and all the gold plating to the front of the badge.
A scarce First World War period 'Gloucestershire Regiment large white faced enamel sweetheart brooch', this example with yellow enamel shield and blue title scroll. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, gilt remains fresh, enamel perfect except for manufacturers hairline.
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A superb Second World War period fine quality rhodium plated 'Gloucestershire Regiment sweetheart brooch' sphinx with vivid blue enamel 'Egypt' scroll, seated within a laurel wreath profusely set with paste diamonds, the reverse impressed "SCP" "England" (Ciro, London). Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings incorporating safety roller catch, complete with all stones, enamel flacked each end of 'Gloucestershire' scroll, otherwise a exceptional example.
A fine quality rare Victorian '1st Gloucestershire Regiment' sweetheart brooch, the reverse with maker's details "F.N' (F.Narborough Birmingham) . Very good condition, original pin fittings, no dents or distortions.
A good Second World War gilt and enamel brooch, very good condition, original pin fittings (replacement pin), no damage to the enamel, gilt fresh.
A rare 12th (Service) (Bristol) Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment sweetheart brooch, rolled gold wire on mother of pearl, a swastika suspended below a good luck symbol in those days, Remains in good condition, original pin fittings. Width 50mm.
Formed at Bristol by the Citizens Recruiting Committee on 30 Aug 1914. Joined the 95th Brigade, 32nd Division.
A good example, the reverse with London silver hallmarks for 1915 and maker's details "C.Brs.". Good condition, original pin fittings, patina with a good shine.
A scarce First World War period 'Gloucestershire Regiment sweetheart brooch, the reverse impressed "Sterling". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel.
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