1912 Stockholm Olympics: Participant's Badge (irregular 25 x 37mm) & Stick Pin (sometimes referred to as the flag-bearer's pin). Ex William Alexander, manager of Australasia's (Australia & NZ combined) Athletics team.
A gold Masonic pin on ribbon, 9ct yellow gold, Masonic with ref no 66, presented as a triple scrolled banner of gold, connecting to a drop length of grosgrain ribbon, fitted with bail suspending a vertical drop sword, dated 1930 to reverse, completed with
A collection of four antique stick pins. All antique gold set, one featuring a shell motif of gold with a central old cut diamond bezel set, another an open disc form of small old cut diamonds claw set, one a kite formation of tiny seed pearls and finally
Three antique stick pins, comprising two 15ct gold pins with bead work decoration, one having pearl and enamel detail, the other having a garnet cut en cabochon, together with a gold cased carved shell cameo pin
An enamel, diamond and seedpearl stick pin, circa 1900 designed as a green enamel foliate stem with seedpearl and white enamel accents, the flowerheads set with old European cut diamonds, length approximately 111mm, fitted case by Parkes, London. Property
An antique Cognac and white diamond stick pin, the early round brilliant cut cognac diamond of 1.05cts, surmounted above two graduated white diamonds totalling 0.54cts, grain set in platinum and finished in 18ct gold
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