Items in Trench Art Category
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Australian World War 1 Identity Disk – E.J. Stanley 2973

Click image to enlarge Unofficial World War 1 identity disk made from an old head British Queen Victoria penny. Reverse has been skimmed off and engraved with ‘wiggle work’ to read: 2973 E.J. Stanley 7th. 57th. A.I.F. R.C. Edmund John

Australian World War 1 Identity Disk – M. Farrel 1696

Click image to enlarge Unofficial World War 1 identity disk made from an 1855 French 10 centimes. Reverse has been skimmed off and stamped with letter punches to read: 1696 M. FARREL 2. PIONEERS BATT AIF RC Disk was purchased

Australian World War 1 Love Token – From Fred to Kitty

Click image to enlarge An interesting Australian love token or forget-me-not penny that most likely dates to World War 1 and originates in South Australia. It is crudely made from a George penny, silvered with attached loop. The reverse has

Australian World War 1 Love Token – FROM JOE TO ELIZA FORGET ME NOT

Click image to enlarge An interesting Australian love token or forget-me-not penny that most likely dates to World War 1 and originates in South Australia. It is crudely made from a British Penny of Queen Victoria penny (bun head portrait,

Australian World War 1 Love Token – To Martie From Fred

Click image to enlarge An interesting Australian love token or forget-me-not penny that most likely dates to World War 1 and originates in South Australia. It is crudely made from a George V penny with the reverse skimmed off and

Australian World War 1 Love Token – To Muriel from Bugler Louie

Click image to enlarge An interesting Australian love token or forget-me-not penny that most likely dates to World War 1 and originates in South Australia. It is crudely made from a high grade George V penny with the reverse planed

Australian WW2 Rising Sun in Shell

Australian Rising Sun Insignia in Shell d the wreath is the legend PRESENTED BY H.S. DUNN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Australian rising sun insignia carved in shell. Insignia in ornate surround. Hard to date and likely purchased by a soldier as a

To Mother from Gordon – WW1 Love Token on Egypt 5 Quirsh

Click image to enlarge Beautifully “wiggle” worked love token on a Heaton Mint struck silver Egypt 5 Quirsh KM#308 (1910-1913) with attached loop. The side of the coin that formerly included the date and denomination has been completely skimmed and