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DescriptionRoyal Hawaiian Navy: Pair of Pristine Coat Buttons.
Albert HS-14A, 23 mm two-piece gilt brass. It features a royal crown and anchor against a milled field with rope border. Marked on verso: "Firmin & Sons Ld. 153 Strand London & 47 Warwick St". A real blazer in dead-mint condition! Sold together with Albert HS-9D, 23 mm gilt brass. It features the Royal Hawaiian coat-of-arms against a milled field with a plain border. Marked on verso: "Josh Starkey London 23 Conduit St". Equally choice. These were worn by officers who served on the HMS Kaimiloa, the flagship of the Royal Navy, circa 1887.
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