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    Hi All,

    Can anyone tell me anything about this shoulder title I've just picked up with some Royal Signals buttons?

    What era is it from?

    Thanks,

    Michael
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    Last edited by Shiny; 26-06-19, 05:35 PM.

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    Originally posted by Shiny View Post
    Hi All,

    Can anyone tell me anything about this shoulder title I've just picked up with some Royal Signals buttons?

    What era is it from?

    Thanks,

    Michael
    It could be Royal Engineers from WW1 and up to R. Sigs formation?

    Jerry

    JERRY
    ROYAL ENGINEERS/BRITISH ARMY CORPS & SERVICES/BRITISH LEGION/ROYAL BRITISH LEGION (see albums)

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      #3
      Thanks a lot Jerry,

      I've just phoned the shop where I bought it and the owner told me that was exactly what he thought it could be although he was never really certain about it.

      I'd be very interested to hear if anyone knows for definate.

      Michael

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        #4
        Whatever it is there is a cloth slip-on version which suggests it was in use at the beginning of WW2.

        Jon
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          #5
          Are they not Indian Army Signals?
          Sean

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            #6
            Thanks for the help Gents, based on what you have posted I've done an internet search and found this:

            http://14threunion.blogspot.com/2012...title.html?m=1

            It's sounding more and more like it is indeed Indian.

            Michael

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              #7
              Indian Army Signals wore it. I forget the time period but I think 1930s and 40s.
              There are a number of different varieties of manufacture.
              Quicksilver

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                #8
                Thanks very much, I think we have an answer.

                Michael

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