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Re: Your thoughts please 9 years 4 months ago #7982

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Gentlemen......

If anyone is interested......



I do not think that this is a cap badge though possibly a martingale......

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Re: Your thoughts please 9 years 4 months ago #7983

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Mike,
I did see this and like you thought it was not a cap badge.
After seeing your pristine example not really a comparison, will be interesting to see the final bid.

Paul :)

QSAMIKE wrote: Gentlemen......

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I do not think that this is a cap badge though possibly a martingale......

Mike

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Re: Your thoughts please 9 years 4 months ago #8015

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Mr Hendey is very kind indeed! it would seem that his generosity knows no bounds, you are very lucky, Paul.
I wish I had his weather, my orchid collection continues to suffer! :(

coldstream wrote: Hello Frank,
Thank you for the information and comments.

Paul :)

Frank Kelley wrote: Paul,
It is a ZARP button (Zuid Affickaanshe Republike Politie) and a very good example too, British manufacturing was not subject to foreign policy in the 1890's as I am sure "pushfull" Joseph Chamberlain and his family would be the first to admit! :(
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Re: Your thoughts please 9 years 4 months ago #8016

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Hi Frank,
Yes I am very grateful to Brett, it was very kind of him to send me them.
Hope your orchids are ok!

Paul :)

Frank Kelley wrote: Mr Hendey is very kind indeed! it would seem that his generosity knows no bounds, you are very lucky, Paul.
I wish I had his weather, my orchid collection continues to suffer! :(

coldstream wrote: Hello Frank,
Thank you for the information and comments.

Paul :)

Frank Kelley wrote: Paul,
It is a ZARP button (Zuid Affickaanshe Republike Politie) and a very good example too, British manufacturing was not subject to foreign policy in the 1890's as I am sure "pushfull" Joseph Chamberlain and his family would be the first to admit! :(
Regards Frank

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Re: Your thoughts please 9 years 4 months ago #8032

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Hello Paul,
No, :( , orchids not doing very well, "Alfred" the amaryllis is in full bloom, but, is finding the winter most disagreeable, this particular amaryllis is named after Viscount Milner, unofficially by me! :woohoo:
Regards Frank

Alfred



coldstream wrote: Hi Frank,
Yes I am very grateful to Brett, it was very kind of him to send me them.
Hope your orchids are ok!

Paul :)

Frank Kelley wrote: Mr Hendey is very kind indeed! it would seem that his generosity knows no bounds, you are very lucky, Paul.
I wish I had his weather, my orchid collection continues to suffer! :(

coldstream wrote: Hello Frank,
Thank you for the information and comments.

Paul :)

Frank Kelley wrote: Paul,
It is a ZARP button (Zuid Affickaanshe Republike Politie) and a very good example too, British manufacturing was not subject to foreign policy in the 1890's as I am sure "pushfull" Joseph Chamberlain and his family would be the first to admit! :(
Regards Frank

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Re: Your thoughts please 9 years 4 months ago #8074

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Very nice Frank! like the choc tin also!

Paul :)

Frank Kelley wrote: Hello Paul,
No, :( , orchids not doing very well, "Alfred" the amaryllis is in full bloom, but, is finding the winter most disagreeable, this particular amaryllis is named after Viscount Milner, unofficially by me! :woohoo:
Regards Frank

Alfred




coldstream wrote: Hi Frank,
Yes I am very grateful to Brett, it was very kind of him to send me them.
Hope your orchids are ok!

Paul :)

Frank Kelley wrote: Mr Hendey is very kind indeed! it would seem that his generosity knows no bounds, you are very lucky, Paul.
I wish I had his weather, my orchid collection continues to suffer! :(

coldstream wrote: Hello Frank,
Thank you for the information and comments.

Paul :)

Frank Kelley wrote: Paul,
It is a ZARP button (Zuid Affickaanshe Republike Politie) and a very good example too, British manufacturing was not subject to foreign policy in the 1890's as I am sure "pushfull" Joseph Chamberlain and his family would be the first to admit! :(
Regards Frank

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