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A vintage Sterling Silver Plaid Brooch dating from c1949. The brooch was assayed in Glasgow and is hallmarked to the rear with the maker's mark "WBS" for Ward Brothers (Branston Street, Birmingham), the Lion Rampant Scottish Sterling Silver mark, the Glasgow town mark and date letter for 1949/50. The brooch measures just over 2 1/4" inches (60mm) in diameter.

Price £195    €219.06    $250.85

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Vintage Scottish Silver Plaid Brooch Glasgow c1949
A very good antique, Victorian, Scottish Cowrie Shell Snuff Mull. The shell mounted on gilt metal. The mull is in very good condition. It measures 2 3/4" inches (67mm) in length.

Price £150    €168.51    $192.96

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Good Antique Scottish Cowrie Shell Snuff Mull
A pair of Victorian British Campaign Medals to a Scottish regiment, the Cameron Highlanders. The Khedive's Sudan Medal with "The Atbara" clasp & the Queens South Africa Medal with four clasps "Wittebergen", "Diamond Hill", "Johannesburg" and "Cape Colony". The medals named to the recepient, 3623 Pte. A Bain, Cameron Highlanders. In good condition.

Price £495    €556.08    $636.77

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Khedive's Sudan Medal & QSA, Cameron Highlanders
A nice vintage Scottish Silver Skean Dhu made in Edinburgh and dating from c1965. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "TE" for Thomas Kerr Ebbutt, the Scottish thistle silver mark, the "castle" Edinburgh town mark and date letter "k" for 1964/65. It is in very good condition. The total length is 8" inches (200mm). The blade measures 3 1/2" inches(90mm)

Price £495    €556.08    $636.77

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Scottish Silver Skean Dhu, Edinburgh c1965
A very good quality, vintage Scottish Sporran made by Duncan Chisholm, Kiltmakers of Inverness. It is in excellent condition and comes with the original cardboard box it was supplied in. Duncan Chisholm is a well respected firm of kiltmakers based in Inverness.

Price £250    €280.85    $321.60

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Good Quality Vintage Scottish Sporran for Kilt
A rare Sterling Silver & Enamel Royal Mile Burns Club badge dating from c1930. The badge with a central enamel portrait of the famous Scottish poet, Robert Burns. The blue enamel surround bearing the inscription "The Royal Mile Burns Club (1925). The rear of the badge hallmarked with the maker's mark "JK", the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Birmingham town mark and date letter "F" for 1930/31 The Royal Mile in Edinburgh is the name given to a succession of streets leading from Edinburgh Castle to the Palace of Holyrood House. The Royal Mile Burns Club was instituted in 1925 and was limited to 50 members, all resident in the Edinburgh Old Town. The badge most likely worn by the Chairman. It measures 71mm in height and 52mm in diameter. it is in very good condition.

Price £595    €668.42    $765.41

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Silver & Enamel Robert Burns Club Badge
A 'Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament' medallion. The medallion is inscribed on one side with 'Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament A.D. 1862' and a chalice and host. It measures 47x33mm.

Price £20    €22.47    $25.73

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Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament Medallion
A 9CT Gold Scottish Masonic Jewel set with diamonds. The red ribbon set with Masonic symbols, suspending the 9CT gold masonic medal with a crown to the centre set with diamonds, the circular surround with the name "Chapter Plantation No259". The rear of the medal stamped "9CT for 9 carat gold. The rear of the medal is engraved as follows Presented to Comp. Robert H Edwards, 1957, by the companions of Chapter No259, as a mark of their esteem.

Price £595    €668.42    $765.41

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9CT Gold Scottish Masonic Jewel, Plantation No 259
An interesting, antique, Victorian brass token for the Kirkcaldy or Dysart Ferry. The token engraved as follows KIRKALDY OR DYSART FERRY. STEERAGE No45. The token measures 38mm x 38mm. As far as I am aware this ferry operated across the Firth of Forth between Kirkcaldy/Dysart in Fife and Newhaven, Leith, Edinburgh.

Price £100    €112.34    $128.64

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Kirkaldy (Kirkcaldy) Dysart Ferry Steerage Token
A very nice, vintage Sterling Silver Kilt Pin or brooch in the form of a Scottish Dirk. The rear of the pin hallmarked with the maker's mark "WJ&S" for W Johnson & Sons (Clifford Street, Birmingham), the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Birmingham anchor town mark and date letter "L" for 1985. It measures 80mm in length. In excellent condition.

Price £75    €84.26    $96.48

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Vintage Silver Kilt Pin Brooch Scottish Dirk
An antique Victorian Scottish Football Medal dating from c1891. The medal engraved "S&ER Junior Cup, 1891". It was awarded to "OMS R Hutchison (Capt.)". Although the medal, in my opinion appears to be silver, it is not hallmarked, therefore selling as white metal. The medal measures approximately 25mm x 25mm (excluding the suspension loop). The weight is 12.6g It is in excellent condition.

Price £60    €67.40    $77.18

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Scottish Victorian Football Medal c1891
A very good and rare, antique Victorian Scottish Silver Agricultural Medal dating from c1865. The medal was awarded at "John Swan & Sons Christmas Show, Edinburgh 1865". This medal awarded "For the Best Cross Ox" to "Wm. Drysdale, Kilrie". The medal is hallmarked with the Monarch's Head duty mark (Queen Victoria) the maker's mark "G&MC" for George & Michael Crichton of Edinburgh and the Scottish "thistle" sterling silver mark. There is no date letter, however the maker's mark is recorded as being in use c1865 to 1875, consistent with the date on the medal, 1865. The recipient of the medal William Drysdale farmed at Kilrie, Kirkcaldy on the east coast of Scotland. John Swan & Sons, livestock auctioneers, founded in 1856, operating out of a mart in the Berwickshire town of Earlston. During the late 1800s and early 1900s the firm operated marts in East Lothian, Fife, Perth and Edinburgh. The Edinburgh site closed in 2001. The circular medal measures approximately 2" inches (50mm) in diameter (excluding the suspension loop). The weight is 36.2g It is in excellent condition.

Price £295    €331.40    $379.49

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Victorian Scottish Silver Farming Medal c1865
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