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Old 14-01-18, 10:37 AM
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The pub was at 25 King St, Richardson & co at 26 King St, I'm sure I found this before as a Tailors but can't find it now!!!
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Originally Posted by fougasse1940 View Post
The SW1 postal district might be a clue as to its age.

Rgds, Thomas

No help at all as it was SW1 in the 1850s and remains so to this day.

https://web.archive.org/web/20090320...tcodes_web.pdf
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As previously suggested by Alan and now by other independent sources I am satisfied that this is a spurious mark added to a genuine badge.
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