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The Knight Bachelor's Badge - The Three Models


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 First Model  -Large Breast Badge The enamel is featured

Second Model - smaller Breast Badge  The enamel is plain

Third Model - Neck Badge -much smaller size introduced by Queen Elizabeth in 1974 The enamel is also plain

Also a miniature of the Badge

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Graf,

 

Nice pictures of the badge.  On my list of things to add to my collection.  Too bad they aren't named although I've seen a few for sale with provenance.  Thanks showing them and for your comments.

 

Blessings,

 

Gordon

 

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Hiya,

 

Here is some additional information.

 

1st. type = 1929-32 height 76.50mm, max. width 56.50mm.

2nd. type = 1933-1972 reduced in size to 63.25mm.

3rd. type = 1973- reduced in size to 54mm.

 

Note:  Silver-gilt and enamels. Some pre-war breast badges are in base metal.

 

regards, Marcon1.

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Hi Gordon,

Yes it took me a while till i got the Set

The prices of them doubled for the last 1-2 years i was lucky to get them earlier

Yes, I have seen few named ones  single or in a Grouping It could have been nice to have one named. Nevertheless,

My Goal was to get the Set of three. My major interest in collecting is in other areas.

I simply wanted to get Baronet Badge I was lucky to get one named (see my other topic) and The Set of the three models of the Knight badge I am still chasing a miniature of the first and/or second model

 

Hi Marcon1 Thank you for the additional information.

 

I hope any of the members, who has Named Badges will list them  on the forum

 

Here are more pictures of the miniature

 

Regards

 

Graf

 

 

 

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