A very scarce First World War period '4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards silver and enamel sweetheart brooch' in the form of a small representation of the cap badge inlaid with enamelling, the reverse impressed 'Sterling' and maker's details 'TLM' (Thomas Lyster Mott). Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings, enamel intact, minimal wear.
A rare original pre-1922 period '4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards badge', gilded brass example, depicting a horseshoe shaped 'Old Comrades Association' title inlaid with white enamel, to the centre the 'Crowned Collar of the Order of St.Patrick' with title below "4th Dragoon Guards" inlaid in red; the reverse impressed with maker's detail "Thomas Fattorini Hockley St. Birmingham" and registered, design and patent number "REG 632818" for 1914. Very good condition, retaining original buttonhole lapel fitting, enamel perfect, gilt remains bright, an excellent example.
A rare original pre 1922 die-stamped white metal '4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards collar badge', the reverse with original two loops replaced by pin fittings. Good condition.
A rare original First World War die-stamped bi-metal 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards cap badge, cleverly turned into a lapel fitting using the original slider and probably done just after the war. Very good condition.
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