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Colin Davie

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  1. Do any of you guys know what this might be from? Found today on Australian goldfields, have found there coins from 1817 and some belt buckles. Has a large "B" on the back and a smaller old font "12" next to one of the pairs of holes and a small "v" near the middle. Any help appreciated. C Reverse, roughly 8.5cm
  2. I'll make you a new photo when I get back home, couple of days. Searched my laptop, don't know where these photo's went, I had about 5 pics but they're gone. C
  3. I have 3 medals, might have more in my other boxes, can't remember bought them years ago for about five UK pounds each. Republic Medal 1963-1973 Defence Service Medal 1967-1970 Armed Forces Distinguished Service Medal C
  4. Here is an odd little trio I picked up about 3 years ago, the quality of the work is very at odds with their British made counter-parts, but I still really enjoy having them, only $5 to boot. C
  5. A German dealers update, I just managed to be first in.
  6. Thought I would share this chain.
  7. Thanks Owain, I had a quick flick on the net and see you are spot on, but appears the ribbon is wrong in the group example. Thanks for the help... much appreciated. C
  8. Can anyone help me with this group... not an area I know much about, what is the Asia type medal with the 2 shells? Any help appreciated. C
  9. Here is the topic that gave Garry the hump, hardly an excuse for allowing Thomas/Railhouse (he did actually post on this thread above I notice) to be doing this. C http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/30408-hj-badge/?hl=foreigner#entry311831
  10. This badge and membership card that I presented here some time back were part of a large grouping to 2 brothers that were both in the HJ. After posting this here I was contacted by a member of this forum by the name of Railhouse or something close to that, who wished that should I ever wish to sell these items he should be contacted, as he wished to buy them if they became available. I sold them to him roughly a year later. The badge that Toby of Das Reich was kind enough to add to this topic post can be CLEARLY seen in this thread to NOT be part of this group. Bizarrely though on
  11. A lesson in persistance, vive la Resistance C http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojJUzv88Els
  12. No probs, I do love your collection of skulls, here you go for your notes. C
  13. Juncker made the metal cap badges as well, is in their old catalogues C
  14. Hey Rod, good to see you made it, aye, you're from Glasgow, nobody's perfect, but I think you will enjoy the forum here very much, Mervyn above has shown some great items and is a wealth of good info, look forward to seeing more of your collection, personally I try and avoid the police, but their cars are pretty fast C
  15. Had a very pleasant morning looking around the show, was nice to talk again with my wife's uncle Don Mahoney. Met 2 advanced Aussie Police collectors who both had stalls, one of whom originated from Glasgow and has been in Oz since the 50's, still got the old accent though He show me photos of his collection room, very nice indeed. Gave them a note of this website, they seemed really keen and said they'd join, hopefully they find this, I'm sure they will, so welcome Cheers Colin
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