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Old 13-04-18, 01:33 PM
loupie1961 loupie1961 is offline
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Default Beakless Gull in galoshes: worsted slip on sign

While putting in order my Indian formation signs I have come across this long forgotten epaulette slip on of the 4th Indian Division: the red gull has been worsted on a rectangle of black cloth and has suffered the indignity of being deprived of its beak: I guess i some sort of theatre made production, either North Africa or Italy. What's your opinion, gents?
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Old 14-04-18, 03:16 PM
peter monahan peter monahan is offline
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You're right, Loupie. It is beakless! Other than that, well, everybody makes mistakes and I suspect that theatre made badges got massively messed up from time to time and may have been issued anyway, depending on time and financial constraints.
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