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A good quality rare original Lovat Scouts Yeomanry sweetheart brooch, the reverse impressed 'Sterling Silver'. Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings.
A rare First World War period 'Lovat Scouts Yeomanry silver sweetheart brooch' in the form of a long tartan silk plaid with tassled ends, stitched to miniature badge, the reverse impressed "Sterling Silver" Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings, silk with minor fading and wear.
Approx Length 145mm.
These style of brooches were popular at the time and worn in the throat of a high necked blouse.
A superb quality large stunning example, bearing the crest of the 'Clan Fraser of Lovat' a buck's head within a large strap inscribed "Je Suis Prest" (I am ready), the reverse impressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1955 and maker's details "F.N" (Frederick Narborough, Birmingham). Excellent condition, retaining original pin fittings incorporating safety roller catch.
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A rare First World War period Lovat Scouts Yeomanry sweetheart brooch. Very good condition, no damage to the enamel.
A good quality rare Lovat Scouts Yeomanry sweetheart brooch, the reverse impressed "Silver". Very good condition, original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel.
An rare and unusual Second War period brooch, made from the Crown of a Stag's antler, applied to the centre in white metal the crest of the Lord Lovat with a backdrop of tartan ribbon. Very good condition, original pin fittings.
Height without ribbon 50mm.
A rare gilt and enamel Lovat Scouts Yeomanry sweetheart brooch, Very good mint condition, original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel.
Part contents of a Second World War sales representative's sample case.
A superb quality example, bearing the crest of the Lord Lovat. Reverse with Edinburgh silver hallmarks for 1985 and with makers mark J F INV (John Fraser, Inverness). Remains in very good condition, original pin fittings incorporating safety catch.
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