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An excessively rare breast star of the Order of the Thistle by Nathaniel Jefferys, Jeweller to the Prince of Wales, whose bankruptcy was attributed to the Prince’s unpaid accounts
The Most Ancient and Noble Order of the Thistle, an exceptional hinged star by Nathaniel Jefferys, the centre in gold and enamels, the finely pierced and faceted silver rays each hinged and mounted on a steel spring, the reverse of the top and both lateral rays fit...
Sold for £8,000
A very important late-18th century collar badge of the Order of St Patrick
The Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick, a large oval gold collar badge, superbly enamelled on both sides, 63x48mm excluding large suspension ring, circa 1783-1800, contained in its original fitted oval red leather case, exceptional workmanship throughout, some minor chipping to circlet of shamrocks, otherwise nearly extremely fine and of the highest rarity £10000-1...
Sold for £10,000
A superb and large Georgian breast star of the Order of St Patrick
The Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick, a large hinged star by Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, silver, gold and enamels, the motto set with small diamonds, the faceted silver rays hinged and mounted on gold springs and with a small gold eylet for sewing at each point, the reverse backplate inscribed ‘Rundell Bridge & Rundell, Jewellers to their Majesties’, and fitted with ori...
Sold for £6,000
The Most Honourable Order of The Bath, K.C.B. (Military) Knight Commander’s Chapel Stall Plate, gilded brass with engraved and painted coat of arms, inscribed ‘Sir John Malcolm, Colonel in the Service of the East India Company & Member of the Royal Persian Order of the Lion & Sun, nominated a Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath, 7th April 1815,’ 225x185mm, the reverse with maker’s stamp G. Harris, No. 31 Sho...
The Most Honourable Order of The Bath, C.B. (Military) Commander’s Chapel Stall Plate, gilded brass with engraved and painted badge of a companion, inscribed ‘Gustavus Brown Esquire, Lieutenant Colonel in the Army and Colonel in the Portuguese Service, Companion of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath. Nominated 4th June 1815’, 190x115mm, some scratching, otherwise very fine £300-400
Sold for £350
The Most Honourable Order of The Bath, C.B. (Military) Companion’s neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel, late 20th Century, extremely fine £250-300
Sold for £320
The Most Honourable Order of The Bath, C.B. (Civil) Companion’s breast badge, hallmarks for London 1907, complete with ribbon buckle, contained in it’s R. & S. Garrard & Co. fitted case of issue, test marks to rim, otherwise extremely fine £180-220
Sold for £220
The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, O.B.E. (Civil) Officer’s 2nd type, good very fine £40-50
Sold for £55
Distinguished Service Order, G.VI.R. 1st issue, the reverse of the suspension bar officially dated 1941, central surround wreaths slightly chipped in places, good very fine £550-650
Sold for £1,050
Military Cross, G.V.R., reverse contemporarily engraved, ‘C.S.M. A. Baldock, Rifle Brigade’, very fine £280-320
Sold for £410
Royal Victorian Medal, G.VI.R., 1st issue, silver, unnamed, nearly extremely fine £100-120
Sold for £120
British Empire Medal (Civil) E.II.R. (Arthur Theunissn), in its Royal Mint case of issue, good very fine £40-60
Sold for £70
The highly important W.S.P.U. Hunger Strike Medal and Eight Bars awarded to Mary Richardson, the Canadian born militant suffragette who famously slashed the ‘Rokeby’ Venus with an axe at the National Gallery in protest at Mrs Pankhurst’s rearrest, and who witnessed Emily Davidson run down by the King’s horse on Derby Day 1913; better known by her nom de guerre “Polly Dick,” no one was force-fed more often than Mary “Slasher” Richa...
Sold for £19,000
An extremely rare W.S.P.U. suffragette flag, reputedly given to Mary Richardson by Mrs Pankhurst
Women’s Social and Political Union, cotton flag, fashioned in three sections in the colours of the W.S.P.U., approx 125x67cm, some tears and stains but generally in very good condition commensurate with age £300-500
Sold for £1,900
Women’s National Anti-Suffrage League, enamelled uniface medallet, bearing central rose, thistle and shamrock on a red ground, with the league’s title around on a black ground, fitted with integral loop and ring suspension, 21mm., very fine and rare £200-300
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