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militaria item Miniature silk Imperial Russian flag
- Russian
Probably made as a Red Cross fund raiser in the early years of WW1, this would have been sold on the streets throughout GB, alongside the Belgian and Serbian flags. It is a faithful rendering of the old Czarist flag in miniature, with St George and the dragon on the central shield (for Moscow) and red blobs on the eagle's wings for the provinces.
£30.00
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militaria item Student fencing sash and enamel badge
- German
This silk sash with the little enamel badge, both sporting the Imperial black/white/red colours, epitomises the student duelling world of this era, together with the logo (picked out in silver bullion) 'Rast Ich so rost Ich', loosely: 'Inactive I rust'. In Bavaria the duelling tradition was still active into the 1950s.
£75.00
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militaria item Eton 4th June 'Boats' hat ribbons & badges
- British
These badges and boater ribbons belonged to Gerald W E Loder, who was at Eton 1875-81. Later Conservative MP for Brighton 1889-1906, he qualified as a barrister at the Inner Temple in 1888. He was a lord commissioner of the Treasury in 1905; JP & Deputy Lt for Sussex, Vice-Chairman of Sussex TA association; Deputy Chairman of Southern Railway Co.
£250.00
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militaria item Pair of miniature six-point dice, marked silver
- European
These good quality dice are certainly of European make and quite possibly German. Each one is exactly 1cm square, while the pair together weighs 14g. Each one is also marked 925. They would appear to be hollow, the body possibly being cast in one piece and the base and the top being sweated in place.
£40.00
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militaria item Game of Snap by John Jaques & Son
- British
John Jaques introduced this game in 1866, originally with square corners. This example, I think, is somewhat later because of its slightly rounded corners, although not that much later because a reproduction of a 1930s set shows a fireman with a brass helmet, only introduced into the fire service in the Edwardian era.
£20.00
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militaria item Grand Hotel Brighton gilt bronze button
- British
This is a livery button for the hotel in question, probably worn on a doorman's uniform. It is made by Firmin & Sons Ltd - Firmin became a limited company in 1875 and continues in business to this day. From the style of the piece and the quality of the gilding, it bears all the marks of an earlier rather than later production.
£15.00
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