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Transvaal Scottish Volunteers Regiment Gold Sweetheart Brooch - WW II     Order Form     Request more information
Reference: S11314
Period: George VI
Year: 1942
Silversmith:
Place: London
Price: $ 400.00
Weight: 4 grams
Dimensions: 4.6 cm
Condition: Excellent, pin in full working order

Description: A 9 Carat gold World War II Transvaal Scottish Volunteers Regiment Sweetheart brooch, with motto " Alba nam Buadh (Scotland, Home of the Virtues), in full working order. The brooch is lovely quality, with 2 tones of gold (yellow and red), set on a bar brooch. The back of the brooch is engraved "MOIRA 12/6/42", and both the brooch and the clasp are clearly hallmarked 9CT for nine carat gold. The Transvaal Scottish Regiment was established by John Murray, 7th Earl of Atholl, in 1902 at the end of the Anglo Boer War, it still exists today. During World War 2 when this brooch was presented, the regiment fought mostly in North and East Africa, notably at El Alamein.
Transvaal Scottish Volunteers Regiment Gold Sweetheart Brooch - WW II
Transvaal Scottish Volunteers Regiment Gold Sweetheart Brooch - WW II

Transvaal Scottish Volunteers Regiment Gold Sweetheart Brooch - WW II
Transvaal Scottish Volunteers Regiment Gold Sweetheart Brooch

Transvaal Scottish Volunteers Regiment Gold Sweetheart Brooch - WW II
Moira 12/6/42, 9 Carat gold hallmarks

Transvaal Scottish Volunteers Regiment Gold Sweetheart Brooch - WW II
Transvaal Scottish gold badge

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