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Old 23-07-21, 07:14 PM
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Default Jennens 5th Lancers OSD

Hello all...

Just acquired this Jennens example. (sorry the pics are not the best)
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Old 23-07-21, 07:52 PM
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Now that's a lovely badge, great pick up!
Look at the lovely detail on the lancers.
Very nice

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Old 23-07-21, 08:18 PM
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Super badge! Jennens made the finest badges in my opinion.

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Now thatís a lovely badge, I collect OSD and that one would look perfect in my collection seriously nice find .

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Is the J&Co mark embossed or does it go into the metal as in stamped or engraved?
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Old 23-07-21, 09:54 PM
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Thanks guys! Will post better pics upon arrival. Luke, the J&CO appears to be raised lettering, not stamped.
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as promised, better pics. Quality is insane. Jennens marking is raised.
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Very nice indeed. A real hens tooth.
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