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A blue enamelled lapel badge of LIBERTON GC.
A blue enamelled metal lapel badge with LIBERTON GOLF CLUB around the edge and pierced design of crossed clubs and three balls, hinged pin to reverse, surround in shape of a belt with buckle.
Good condition with a little wear, measures 1.4 inches diameter, circa 1935.
Liberton Golf Club was formed in 1920 in Edinburgh, it is a rolling parkland course with tightly guarded greens and lush fairways.
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