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This is in very good condition and is a brass plate with a loop to the left of a white metal badge fixed thereon, it has a hook and manufacturers stamp H&S Ltd with stamped details 'CN 1443'.
This is in excellent condition and is a brass, curved plate with a loop to the right of a white metal badge fixed thereon with 2 lugs and a pin. It has a hook and manufacturers stamped tablet ' Wm Anderson & Sons, Military Outfitters, Edinburgh'.
This is in excellent condition and is a cast, white metal Scottish lion on a St Andrew's cross over a circle with Bombay Vol Rifles with tabs above and below with 'The Scots' above and 'Company' below. This has a wreath of thistles surrounding it. It is on a polished, white metal WBC with fixed loop, hook with female loop and the badge is secured with 2 lugs and single pin.
This is in excellent condition and is a white metal, diamond cut star with a raised gilt circle with 'Nemo Impune Lacessit' surrounding a thistle with green enamel underlying the thistle. This is on a curved, burnished brass WBC with fixed loops and hook but no female loop. The badge is secured with 2 lugs and single pin.
This is in excellent condition and is a white metal St Andrew and cross within a thistle wreath over a scroll all on a dimple, curved, gild WBC with fixed loop and hook but no female loop. The insignia is secured by 5 loops and 2 straight pins.
This is in excellent condition and is a silvered EVIIR cypher within oak leaves above a scroll and surmounted by a crown. It is on a dimpled, gilt curved WBC with a fixed loop and hook but no female loop. The insignia is held by 5 lugs with straight pins through.
This remains in excellent condition and is a 2 piece example both with rococo shoulders (which lean towards an officer's example but this is OR's) and matching benchmarks '35'.
This is in excellent condition and is a white metal Cameron Highlanders waist belt badge with 2 lugs N/S with a split pin. This is mounted on a curved, brass belt plate with a fixed belt loop and hook. It is 86 x 64 mm.
This is a solid waist belt buckle with belt loops and officer's rococco ends but is a single cast example so is not in 2 parts. May be a manufacturers example to show what the buckle would be like.
This is in worn but excellent condition and the 2 parts close beautifully so the parts have been together from the start.
For those who don't understand Victorian belt loop sizes, the 2 slits are 44mm long which is approx. 1.75 inches so would be suitable for a 2inch deep belt. From these sizes you can infer the size of the locket!
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