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Pre WW1 Seaforth Highlanders Officer's Belt Plate by Kirkwood

Fine Example of a Pre WW1 Seaforth Highlanders multi piece Officers belt plate by the well known Edinburgh Jeweller & Military Retailer R &H B Kirkwood

Code: 50909


WW1 or Earlier Gordon Highlanders Officers Belt Plate by Kirkwood

Fine example of a WW1 or earlier Gordon Highlanders Officers Multi piece belt plate by the well known Edinburgh Jeweller & Military retailer R&H B Kirkwood

Code: 50910

155.00 GBP

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Seaforth Highlanders Other Ranks Belt Plate

Two piece Other Ranks Seaforth Highlanders Belt Plate . The plate has both Male & Female fixings and is maker stamped

Code: 50908

45.00 GBP

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WW2 Miniture Medal Group

WW2 Miniture Medal group Swing Mounted for wear

Code: 50907

20.00 GBP

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Q.O.C.H Officers Shoulder Belt Plate with providence

Excellent example of a Queens Own Cameron Highlanders Shoulder Belt Plate with all fixings intact. Circa 1961 to 2006 Scratched to the rear of the plate "JPC" & "J P Cameron"
S/B/Plate attributed to Lt Col John P Cameron Queens Own Highlanders

Code: 50841

225.00 GBP

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Victorian K.O.S.B O/Ranks Helmet Plate

Two part construction Kings Own Scottish Borders Victorian Helmet Plate. Good clean & complete example with two loops to the brass plate and three to the white metal badge

Code: 50190

95.00 GBP

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George V Territorial Medal to the Seaforths

Fine example of a George V Territorial Efficiency Medal correctly impressed to 234861 Pte J MacGregor 4/Sea Highrs

Code: 50905

95.00 GBP

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G.S.M with S.E Asia Bar : Grouping to Seaforth Highlanders

G.S.M with S.E ASIA 1945-46 Bar correctly impressed to14991990 CPL E. VICTOR SEAFORTH with WW2 39/45 War Medal with no recipients details as issued Medals are swing mounted for wear

Code: 50903

120.00 GBP

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Low Number 1914 Star to 200 Cpl J Smith Gordon High with full research

Lance Corporal James Smith of the 2nd Bat Gordon Highlanders was born in St Fergus Aberdeenshire. L/Cpl 200 Smith disembarked for France on 7th Oct 1914 was subsequently captured and died a Prisoner of War in Germany on 7th June 1915
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Bob Shanks for his extensive research into L/Cpl Smith which is included with the sale

Code: 50902


WW1 Victory Medal to SPR Clark R.E

WW1 Victory Medal correctly impressed to 1472 SPR J.A. Clark R.E

Code: 50904

12.00 GBP

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