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Featured Collection:  Brutinel

Found 10 record(s)
2014.21.01
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A radiator cap ornament, circa 1918. A silver metal ornament in the form of an arrow on a bulbous sphere on a square wooden base.
2014.21.02.1-9
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Nine World War 1 soldier uniform buttons.
2014.21.03.01-.04
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Four brass World War 1 military General uniform buttons manufactured by Pitt and Company in London, England circa 1917. The round buttons are embossed with the crossed sword and baton of command surrounded by a wreath.
2014.21.04.01-.04
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Four brass World War 1 military General uniform buttons made circa 1917. The round buttons are embossed with the crossed sword and baton of command surrounded by a wreath.
2014.21.05.01-.02
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Four brass World War 1 military General uniform buttons made circa 1917. The round buttons depict a relief of the crossed sword and baton of command surrounded by a wreath.
2014.21.06.01-.14
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Fourteen brass World War 1 machine gun corp soldier uniform buttons, eleven of which are manufactured by Pitt and Company circa 1914. The round buttons are embossed with crossed machine guns under a crown.
2014.21.07 a,b
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A brass British Empire Service League buttonhole pin manufactured by W. Scully in Montreal in the 1920s. The pin is circular with a crown on top, and the backing can be screwed on. The centre of the pin depicts the blue and red Union Jack with a maple leaf in the middle.
2014.21.08
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A brass badge of a crossed sabre and baton.
2014.21.09.01-.03
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Three round metal collar badges for the 1st Canadian Motor machine Gun Brigade. There is a machine gun across the middle of the badge and a beaver sitting on top.
2014.21.10.01-.02
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Two round metal cap badges for the 1st Canadian Motor machine Gun Brigade. There is a machine gun across the middle of the badge and a beaver sitting on top.

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