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Old 21-04-17, 04:27 PM
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A stunningly rare beret and some great wartime badges. I wish.
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Hi Arnhem,

Very nice some real treasures!

Attached another early example.

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Arnhem - Great examples! I have not seen those patterns before. I did not realise there was such variation in these early items.

J-B - I always like your montages - they provide great context.

Jerry - You have some great items too - your albums are very well put together and clearly labelled etc.

I am really pleased I ask the question starting this thread, I am learning a lot and it has produced some quality items. We have a great Forum here.
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Thanks for sharing Arnhem.
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Thanks Mike the picture taken in Cairo which is original came with the badges and belonged probably to the chap on the right side. Cheers, JB[QUOTE=Mike B;402261]

J-B - I always like your montages - they provide great
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[QUOTE=HamandJam;402356]Thanks Mike the picture taken in Cairo which is original came with the badges and belonged probably to the chap on the right side. Cheers, JB
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Great badges thanks for sharing it amazing how much different variations there exist of SAS beret badges (and jump wings) for such a small unit. Cheers JB
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As promised a photo of three early beret badges from the Desert days.
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