Auction: 18002 - Orders, Decorations and Medals
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment
In platinum, gold, diamonds and enamels, an antelope statant, gorged with a ducal coronet and chained, upon an heraldic wreath below which is the Roman numeral VI, all within a Garter surmounted by a crown of the period 1902-53; the antelope, numeral and crown in platinum on gold and diamonds, the crown backed with red enamel on gold, the Garter in
gold and blue enamel; the reverse of the crown struck 15 CT and PT; the antelope’s chains made to be loose; vertical gold brooch fitting; 42mm x 29mm.
The 15 carat standard of gold was in use in England 1854-1931.
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