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Commonwealth of Australia 1925 Peace Officer (Guard) Cap badge. King's Crown, silvered/chromed bronze & enamel by Stokes & Sons, Melb, unnumbered. Early version ca 1925-40 (pre-1948 Stokes & Sons maker mark). Note: Formed initially in 1925 when NSW Police refused to serve Commonwealth Warrants on striking Dock Workers. Also worn by members of the Defence Establishments Guard (DEG) during WW2. Minor wear to finish. gVF. Scarce
 SOLD at A$450
New South Wales 1953-72 Police 'Skeleton' (3 x line) Helmet badge. Queen's Crown, chromed. 3 x lug rev for wear on white helmet. aEF. Scarce 3 x lug version for helmet.
 SOLD at A$100
New South Wales: 1953-72 Police White Helmet badge, 3 x line 'skeletal'. Queen's crown. Originally with 3 x lugs to rev, the top one now absent. EF
 SOLD at A$100
South Australia: ca 1938 King's Crown Helmet plate, chromed. Voided number '437' to centre. EF. Very scarce
 SOLD at A$300
Ambulance: 1921-26 Newcastle District Ambulance Brigade presentation bar-brooch in 9 carat gold & enamel by 'G. Bros' (Grace Brothers, Sydney established 1885). 'Leaf' shaped 62mm (x 23 mm high) with central 'rose' gold circlet bearing red enamelled 'Maltese' cross to centre with engraved initials: 'N.A.T.B' (Newcastle Ambulance Transport Board) with the 'Wings' engraved 'New'le Dist'ct Ambl'e Brg'de'. Rev inscribed: 'Presented to Mrs R.G. Kilgour, President Ladies Com'itte Newcastle Dist Amb'le 1921-26'. With Impressed maker & assay mark. Brooch pin fitting with safety chain. All engraving in crisp, chisel cut. Jeweller made item. 'Bubbling' to true enamel of cross. 9.73g EF. Almost certainly a unique presentation award.
 SOLD at A$375
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