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Old 13-09-18, 04:15 AM
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No idea what these three buttons might be, any help appreciated.
The monogram brass button is made by Dowler B'ham, no info about the maker of the three-anchor button except that someone suggested it might be Australian Maritime Services Board.
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Old 13-09-18, 09:15 AM
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Hello

Your 'naval' button photo is slightly blurred and I can't quite make out the letters. The last two appear to be 'YC' in gothic script - is there any chance the first two letters are 'RM'? In which case it may well be the Royal Mersey Yacht Club.

Your two monogrammed buttons are not British military and I would suggest that they are most likely 'company' buttons - bus or tram corporation, business company, that sort of thing, where they just used their initials as a device on buttons and badges.

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