Just a nice untouched lot

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All three medals are in very good condition and come mounted on card for safe storage or display. This one is a great gap filler to a collection or a super example if collecting on a budget. This is not a perfect specimen but a perfect one would fetch a considerably higher price, as these plates are quite rare, worn on the last Shako issued to the British army. It has a brass guard and a faux stag horn grip. Down around the centre of the blade is a small inclusion and the top of the blade has some very old pitting.

Other than the hole the token is in a very good detailed condition. This trio comes mounted as worn and look to have been worn with pride on many occasions.

This was the women's wingAt the time an incredibly

At the time an incredibly difficult technique. This was the women's wing of the Nazi Party.

The badge comes in good condition with some light staining on the front and is complete with its slide pin on the back, it measures one inch in diameter. This one comes in excellent original condition with only slight wear to the very high points. There is one small area of white on the rim, which escaped the cobalt blue and one very tiny chip to the underside of the spout. What is here is in very good condition.

It shows nice detail and has metal barrel, trigger and guard, lock and butt plate. The battalion moved to Italy to strengthen Italian resistance after a recent disaster at the Battle of Caporetto. It is in excellent condition, retaining all of its original detail.