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Forum: General Topics 17-06-12, 07:42 PM
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Posted By DavidS
Looks like BC to me, since the left bottom letter...

Looks like BC to me, since the left bottom letter has a corner leg. Either way, BC, RC, I still have no idea what this is. Ran it past the CanScots museum people and they couldn't help, as they said...
Forum: General Topics 17-06-12, 03:56 PM
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Posted By DavidS
M77a: Pre-1928 Canadian Scottish Regt. It is also...

M77a: Pre-1928 Canadian Scottish Regt. It is also a different die than the usual badge, flat lugs n-s.
Forum: General Topics 17-06-12, 08:56 AM
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Posted By DavidS
mystery maker mark

This one has me baffled. Doesn't help it is double -- if not triple stamped. Any ideas?
Forum: General Topics 14-03-08, 11:17 PM
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Posted By DavidS
re Crighton's

Got an answer from Jaime at Marway's regarding the maker marks on the Crighton badges in their upcoming auction.

Here is her note, in brief:

"On All three badges, the makers stamp is quite...
Forum: General Topics 07-03-08, 09:34 PM
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Posted By DavidS
More CEF makers

A new Marway catalogue, so a few more names to add (possibly) to the CEF list.

Re the Crighton/Creighton question, there are a couple of E210 Moose Jaw badges that are described as marked...
Forum: General Topics 18-02-08, 07:58 PM
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Posted By DavidS
re RCD and Trophy Craft

Bill:

The catalogue description for the "J & Co." RCD badge reads, "Officer's, bronze, WW1 issue. Heavy well made, Royal Canadian Dragoons, one of three folding lugs remaining, Maker Marked J & CO...
Forum: General Topics 16-02-08, 01:10 AM
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Posted By DavidS
re Mckenzie Clay

Bill:

Trying to find an answer as to whether MC manufactured CEF badges, I was looking through some old auction catalogues.

I couldn't find anything noted as "McKenzie Clay"; however, I did...
Forum: General Topics 12-02-08, 02:55 AM
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Posted By DavidS
a couple more

McKenzie Clay (Winnipeg)
"PMP Ltd" (Vancouver); made the Pacific Coast Militia badges
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