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WW1 HMT Yokohama Hired Trawler Admiralty No 1227 Minesweeper 9 Carat Gold Anchor Brooch.

A rare original Great War period 1915 -1919 hire trawler 'H.M.T. Yokohama sweetheart brooch'; hollow gold example in the form of a fouled anchor; the reverse impressed "9ct" ( 9 carat gold) and maker's details "F.H.M" (Frank H Mannox, Birmingham). Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings, no dents or distortions, an excellent example.
Width 41mm.
Height 26mm.

Code: 13934Price: 250.00 GBP


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WW1 HMS Duke of Clarence 1916 Hallmarked Silver Brooch, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Admiralty Requisitioned.

A rare original Great War period Admiralty Requisitioned 'HMS Duke of Clarence fine quality sweetheart brooch'; hollow silver example in the form of an anchor and bouy, the reverse bearing Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1916 and maker's details "F.H.M" (Frank H Mannox, Birmingham). Very good condition, complete with original pin fitting, hook an old replacement put back upside down, no dents or distortions, an excellent example.
Width 41mm.
Height 26mm.

'TSS Duke of Clarence' was a Twin-Screw Steamship or steamer owned by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company between 1906 and 1922 and by the London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company between1923 and 1930. She was requisitioned by the Admiralty in World War 1 for use as an armed boarding steamer and was then known as 'HMS Duke of Clarence'. She returned to the Zeebrugge service in February 1920 and was sold for scrapping in 1930.

Code: 13933Price: 120.00 GBP


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Royal Navy HMS Glasgow ( C21) Light Cruiser Ship Silhouette Silver Sweetheart Brooch, Commissioned 1937 Scrapped 1958.

A scarce original circa 1937 - 1958 period 'HMS Glasgow in the form ship's silhouette brooch', the reverse impressed "800" (Silver) and 'F.I 11' in lozenge shape border. Very good condition, retaining original pin fitting and a good replacement hook, complete with safety chain.
Length 59mm.

Royal Navy HMS Glasgow was a Town-class light cruiser, built by 'Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company', Greenock, Scotland. The seventh ship with that name she was launched in 1936 and commissioned in 1937. She was part of the 2nd Cruiser Squadron of the Home Fleet, she escorted the King and Queen to Canada in 1939. She was sold for scrap in 1958.

Code: 13914Price: 75.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Navy HMS Undaunted, 1917 Hallmarked Silver Torpedo Sweetheart Brooch.

A scarce original Great War period 'H.M.S. Undaunted sweetheart brooch', in the form of a hollow silver torpedo with gold plated title scroll, the reverse bearing Birmingham hallmarks for 1917 and maker's details "F.H.M" ((Frank H Mannox Birmingham.). Good condition, retaining original pin fitting, professionally replaced hook, small dent to top of war-head.
Length 56mm.

Code: 13846Price:


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'Royal Navy H.M.S. Nelson' Lifebouy Anchor Sweetheart Brooch.

A scarce original circa 1930's 1940's period 'HMS Nelson sweetheart brooch'; gilded brass example bearing the ship's crest mounted on an anchor incorporating a lifebouy and beautifully enamelled in vivid red, blue and green colours. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, enamel perfect, an excellent example.
Height 37mm.

'HMS Nelson' was a Nelson-class battleship built for the Royal Navy and was in service between 19271948. She was sold for scrapping in 1949.

Code: 13843Price:


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WW1 Royal Navy Ship HMS New Zealand, Gold & Enamel Sweetheart Brooch.

A scarce original First World War period 'HMS New Zealand naval sweetheart brooch', the reverse impressed "9ct" (9 carat gold). The badge is in very good condition the enamel perfect, however the original coiled pin bar has been broken in half close to left side of badge and badly repaired, price reflects.
Width 35mm.
Height 21mm.

HMS New Zealand built for the defence of the British Empire. and launched in 1911. The ship was funded by the government of New Zealand as a gift to Britain. She was scrapped in 1922.

Code: 13823Price:


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'H.M.S. Hood' Royal Navy Silver & Enamel Anchor Sweetheart Brooch.

A scarce original wartime period 'HMS Hood anchor brooch'; silver ships crest, depicting a Cornish chough and anchor from the crest of 'Admiral Hood' resting on title scroll inlaid with blue enamel and mounted on an anchor, the reverse impressed "Silver". Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings, enamel intact.
Width 37mm.
Height 20mm.

'HMS Hood' went down in Naval History following her disastrous engagement with the German Battleship 'Bismarck'.

Code: 13811Price:


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WW1 'The War For Peace 1914' Patriotic English, French Flag Royal Navy Battleship Gold & Enamel Brooch.

An absolutely stunning Great War period jeweller made patriotic flag brooch'; Crowned enamelled flags of England and France enclosing a vignette depicting a Royal Navy battleship in hand painted enamelling with legend below "The War For Peace"; in turn mounted on a hollow elongated oval surround, the reverse impressed "9ct" (9 carat gold). Excellent condition, complete with original pin fitting, enamel perfect, no dents or distortions.
Width 41mm.
Height 16mm.

Code: 13795Price: 220.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Navy Battleship HMS Benbow Mother of Pearl Sweetheart Brooch.

A scarce original First World War period 'H.M.S Benbow sweetheart brooch'; gilded brass ships crest, the title scroll inlaid with blue enamel and mounted on mother of pearl disc. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel.
Diameter 27mm.

Code: 13749Price: 35.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Navy Battleship Fretwork Brooch.

A rare original First World War period warship sweetheart brooch, skilfully made from fine quality unmarked gold coloured precious metal and mounted on a coiled end bar, very typical of the period, the reverse engraved "J". Very good condition.
Height 22mm.
Width 39mm.

Code: 13643Price:


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WW1 Royal Navy Ship H.M.S.Wolfhound Mother of Pearl 'The Lords Prayer' Personalised Christian Jewellery Sweetheart Brooch.

A scarce original First World War period 'HMS Wolfhound sweetheart brooch', rolled gold wire work mounted on mother of pearl oval, below a pendant heart normally engraved 'HMS' but this example personalised with the the name "Ivy" to the reverse in tiny raised letters the "Lords Prayer". Very good condition.
Width 49mm.

HMS Wolfhound was a destroyer of the Royal Navy launched in 1918, she saw service during the First World War and the Second World War and was sold for scrap in 1948. .

Code: 13397Price: 45.00 GBP


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Royal Navy Ship H.M.S. Cornwall Silver & Enamel Sweetheart Bar Brooch sunk by the Japanese in 1942.

A scarce original circa 1940's 'HMS Cornwall Royal Navy sweetheart brooch', bearing the ships crest a Naval crowned shield with fifteen bezants on golden translucent ground in turn mounted on a slender bar, the reverse impressed "Silver". Very good condition, no stress marks or damage to the enamel, complete with original pin fittings.
Width 50mm.
Height 22mm.

Code: 13360Price: 50.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Navy HMS Valentine Sweetheart Brooch.

A scarce original 'HMS Valentine sweetheart brooch', rolled gold wire work on mother of pearl backing, below a heart shape pendant engraved "HMS". Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings.
Width 48mm.

'HMS Valentine' launched 1917, sunk in 1940.

Code: 13285Price: 40.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Navy H.M.S. Invincible, White Faced Enamel Sweetheart Brooch, Sunk at the Battle of Jutland 1916.

A superb example of a First World War period 'HMS Invincible white faced enamel sweetheart brooch'; ornate large gilt shield inlaid with white enamelling, raised gilt lion head to the centre, with "H.M.S. Invincible" ribbon scroll below in red enamel. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, perfect enamel, an excellent example.
Height 33mm.

ALL BROOCHES ARE SUPPLIED WITH A BRAND NEW BLACK PLUSH LINED PRESENTATION BOX.

Code: 13145Price:


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WW1 H.M.Minesweeper, 1915 Hallmarked Hollow Silver & Enamel Life Bouy Pennant Flag Sweetheart Brooch.

A scarce First World War period 'H.M.Minesweeper sweetheart brooch', in the form of a hollow silver Life Bouy bearing a pennant flag quartered and inlaid with white, yellow, red and black enamelling; the reverse impressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1915 and maker's details "F.H.M" ((Frank H Mannox Birmingham.). Very good condition, retaining original pin fitting, silver soldered replacement hook, enamel perfect, no dents or distortion.
Diameter 28mm.

Code: 13124Price: 80.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Navy Ship H.M.S. Zealandia, 1915 Hallmarked Silver & Tortoiseshell Sweetheart Brooch.

A rare First World War period 'HMS Zealandia silver and tortoiseshell sweetheart brooch', the reverse bearing London silver hallmarks for 1915 and maker's details "CW&Sn" (C Widmer & Sons Clerkenwell, London). Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings and gilt finish, excellent patina.
Diameter 27mm.

Commissioned 'HMS New Zealand', renamed HMS Zealandia December 1911.

This is part of a unique collection of First World War Royal Navy silver and tortoiseshell sweetheart brooches all in superb condition.

Code: 13047Price:


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WW1 Royal Navy Ship H.M.S. Dartmouth, 1915 Hallmarked Silver & Tortoiseshell Sweetheart Brooch.

A rare First World War period 'HMS Dartmouth silver and tortoiseshell sweetheart brooch', the reverse bearing London silver hallmarks for 1915 and maker's details "CW&Sn" (C Widmer & Sons Clerkenwell, London). Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings and gilt finish, excellent patina.
Diameter 27mm.

This is part of a unique collection of First World War Royal Navy silver and tortoiseshell sweetheart brooches all in superb condition.

Code: 13046Price:


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WW1 Royal Navy Ship H.M.S. King Edward VII, 1915 Hallmarked Silver & Tortoiseshell Sweetheart Brooch.

A rare First World War period 'HMS King Edward VII silver and tortoiseshell sweetheart brooch', the reverse bearing London silver hallmarks for 1915 and maker's details "CW&Sn" (C Widmer & Sons Clerkenwell, London). Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings and gilt finish, excellent patina.
Diameter 27mm.

HMS King Edward VII was a pre-dreadnought battleship, built at Devonport Dockyard and launched in 1903. She was mined off Cape Wrath on the 6 January 1916 and sunk some hours after the explosion, with the loss of one life, whilst the crew were being rescued.

This is part of a unique collection of First World War Royal Navy silver and tortoiseshell sweetheart brooches all in superb condition.

Code: 13022Price:


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WW1 Royal Navy Ship H.M.S. Essex, 1915 Hallmarked Silver & Tortoiseshell Sweetheart Brooch.

A rare First World War period 'HMS Essex silver and tortoiseshell sweetheart brooch' depicting the 'Arms of Essex' within a title strap, surmounted by a 'Naval Crown', the reverse bearing London silver hallmarks for 1915 and maker's details "CW&Sn" (C Widmer & Sons Clerkenwell, London). Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings and gilt finish, excellent patina.
Diameter 27mm.

HMS Essex was a Monmouth-class armoured cruisers built at Pembroke Royal Dockyard, Wales and launched in 1901. During the First World War she was present at the 'United States occupation of Veracruz'. She was sold for scrap in 1921.

This is part of a unique collection of First World War Royal Navy silver and tortoiseshell sweetheart brooches all in superb condition.

Code: 13021Price:


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WW1 Royal Navy Ship H.M.S. Amazon, 1915 Hallmarked Silver & Tortoiseshell Sweetheart Brooch.

A rare First World War period 'HMS Amazon silver and tortoiseshell sweetheart brooch' the ship named after the 'Greek mythical female warriors' of which the central figure depicts a representation of, armed with bow and arrow and resting on the title scroll; the reverse bearing London silver hallmarks for 1915 and maker's details "CW&Sn" (C Widmer & Sons Clerkenwell, London). Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings and gilt finish, excellent patina.
Diameter 27mm.

This is part of a unique collection of First World War Royal Navy silver and tortoiseshell sweetheart brooches all in superb condition.

Code: 13020Price:

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