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South African Boer Republic Police Services badge and buckle pre 1900

A fine example of Boer Constabulary insignia worn on the pith helmet. Includes the belt buckle as well.

Code: 50465

325.00 CAD

The Newfoundland Rangers Insignia Set

The Newfoundland Rangers would be considered a federal force prior to the colony or dominion entering Confederation with Canada in 1949. When Newfoundland became the tenth Province the Rangers were absorbed into the RCMP. A nice clean example of a rare badge, collars and buttons, with all lugs intact.

Code: 50452


1876 Officer Binocular Case Badge

This is a handsome gilded badge that was mounted on the NWMP binocular case with 3 bolts and nut fasteners. The 3" pattern badge was also made to mount on the Pith Helmet with different mounting lugs. Offered here is a Binocular Case badge with all 3 bolts present. A rare and beautiful example for the badge collector connoisseur.

Code: 50204


London Ontario Police Utility Belt c.1940s

Here is a good example of a standard period black leather police utility belt from the mid 20th century. The leather is supple, clean, shows little wear and no serious scratches or breaks with its proper brass "S" buckle clasp. The inside is marked by the owner "Constable S. Bowers, 2198" and "Metropolitan Police London 1948". A nice basic piece of Police kit typical of the first half of the century.

Code: 50237

130.00 CAD

Toronto Police Plain Clothesman tinny badge 113

Here we offer an obsolete old tin badge to the TPF having a rather specialized function as a plain clothes officer. Unlikely to wear it on his plain clothes, but proudly on his dress uniform, certainly a cool roll within the service. Shows considerable wear and retains its original pin.

Code: 50381


1876 Officer's Binocular Case

Offered here is one of the rarest pieces of NWMP kit. The set includes the pouch with Officers gilt badge and brown leather shoulder belt with adjustable brass shoulder buckle. The badge is anchored properly with its original nuts and has a distinct foot print into the leather surface suggesting it has been there forever. The gilt leafed anchors on either side of the pouch have two swivel loops to feed the shoulder belt though to wear on the left shoulder, the binocular case resting on the lower back. The case lid is secured shut with a securing strap buttoned to contain the binos in their pouch when riding or running. It is worn mounted or dismounted, set comfortably to allow it to drop to the side for ease of access to the optics.

There are a few minor issues with this example, first the leather face suffers minor cracks and the thread for the leather hinge holding the leather lid to its leather case have rotted away as a result of poor climate controls, secondly the red liner is no longer tight to the body of the inside of the pouch, needing some conservation. Otherwise, this example is in very good condition and could be displayed on a tunic. A very hard piece of kit to find and an acceptable, rare, fine example. Binoculars are not included.

Code: 50206


An RCMP Pewter Plaque for gifts or presentations

A typical modern plaque made of pewter, unused with its original hanger, an unused metal plaque to inscribe and bottom box. Good for display or as a gift.

Code: 50260


Royal Irish Constabulary Badge of Merit Award

These badges were instituted in the 1840s specifically for the RIC. This is a rare silver badge often accompanied with a chevron with a name and date of the recipient or the name on the obverse of the badge. These badges are given to Constables for great deeds of courage in the line of duty, examples include; saving lives from drowning or action in battle with rebels. This particular example is not marked to anyone and it has a breast pin for wear on a tunic, rather than mounted using lugs on a piece of black leather. It appears the device may have had lugs at one time with faint marks or footprints at the twelve, six and nine o'clock points on the reverse. These badge have been sold at auction for $2000 or more named. This one is priced as an unnamed example.

Code: 50259


NWMP Dress Sword Belt buckle 1876

Offered here is a NWMP Sword belt c.1876. Later patterns would be far more ornate, this pattern has two bullion stripes top and bottom on a brown leather belt. The two piece spoon buckle has an outer ring that reads "NW Mounted Police Canada" the locking half of the buckle having an attached badge of the shaggy buffalo head on an all gilt background. This buckle is numbered 16 on both parts. There is a backing flap behind the body of the buckle to highlight the item and protect the scarlet tunic from the brass.

The rest of the belt furniture i s missing and parts of the belt backing are unstitched or repaired in spots wear the parts were removed. This purchase is all about the buckle and the belt pattern. A handsome and a rare accoutrement, ideal for displaying with other insignia under glass due to its not having the cumbersome sword straps. A rare item.

Code: 50209


RCMP early brass cylinder paper weight with badge

A very unique oddity for those that like items from the force considered curios. It measures 2" in diameter and about 1.5" deep. It is likely filled with lead to give it weight. A neat item.

Code: 50243