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Old 16-09-17, 01:51 PM
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Default Royal Irish Regiment Marples&Beasley

Gold AA Beret Badge, picked up today for a sensible price, I did not have any by this maker which I think are quite uncommon on AA badges.
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By that manufacturer would the badge be UDR not R Irish?
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Old 16-09-17, 02:24 PM
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By that manufacturer would the badge be UDR not R Irish?
I read in the thread on Marples and Beasley as that it us,for rir, though there was sime discussion on it being udr, though rir was considered correct.
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Marloes and Bradley?

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I read in the thread on Marloes and Bradley as that it us,for rir, though there was sime discussion on it being udr, though rir was considered correct.
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That'll be predictive text thin went it?
Always makes me sound like the 'Allo 'Allo gendarme.
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Marloes and Bradley?
Frank, in the title it is correct,which I posted on my lap top, the mistake was posted on the phone, which was obvious to Leigh and me.
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By that manufacturer would the badge be UDR not R Irish?
This thread answers your question, probably.

http://www.britishbadgeforum.com/for...Marples&page=2
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Ta - the one you show has the long slim neck of the badge shown on that thread as the R Irish badge, as opposed to the squat, no neck of the one shown as a UDR.
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