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1902 to 1919 pattern. Lug back. Saw service in German South West Africa.
Z type. 1914 to 1922. Double scroll. Original. Lug back.
Worn on the sun hat by Schutztruppe for NCO and other ranks. Lugs broken. Rare.
Brass. Lug back. Original. Single.
Brass. Lug back. Original. Rare. Worn 1914 to 1917.
Brass. Lug back. Original. Rare. Worn 1914 to 1915.
Lug back. Brass. Period material. 1913 to 1926.
Shoulder title. 1913 to 1932. Fought in German South West Africa at Gibeon. Lug back.
Hat badge, collar set and shoulder titles. All lug back. 1903 to 1935 period.
Worn from 1915 to 1918. Lug back. Original.
Sergeants rank button worn on collar for German South West Africa tunic. Very rare.
Sheet brass. 1916 to 1918. Lug back. Lugs welded. Original and rare.
SA Signal Service was a small volunteer unit who served in France under British command.Lug Back.Maker marked GAUNT LONDON. Very rare.
Title. 1903 to 1932. Single. Lug Back. Rare.
Set. Lug Back. Rare.
Fought in German East Africa. 1915 to 1918. Single. Lug Back. Rare.
1915 to 1918. Served in East African campaign. Lug back. Original. Brass.
Title. 1913 to 1929. Served in G.S.W.A campaign. Brass. Lug Back. Original.
Rare variant with side scroll. Brass. Lug back. Original.
4th SA title worn from 1915 to 1919. Lug back. Single.
Single. Lug Back. Varient. Rare.
Brass with lugs intact. Worn on hat and shoulder straps. Rare. Original. Served in G.S.W.A. 1914-15.
Z type. 1913 to 1922. Rare.
Heavy embroidered wire badge in the first world war pattern. Taken off blazer.
Worn on lower sleeve. Brass with 4 lugs. Black cloth backing.
Brass cap badge. 1916 to 1918. Worn in German East Africa. Lugs intact. Very rare.
Hand made brooch. Pin broken off. On the front is the Cape coat of arms and on the reverse is the Goat in the porthole as the Springbok was known as. Great detail.