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Old 21-04-17, 12:37 PM
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I have a beret with the cloth badge of the North Irish Staff Band. I only know it was one of the twenty-four bands of the Territorial Army, stationed in Belfast. If you have some more informations ...
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Default Band History.

A short history, and some additional badges.
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Thank you very much for the historical background of this unit.
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If you ever want to sell this beret and badge, remember me please
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