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Old 16-12-22, 09:46 AM
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.....it was worn in khaki as well. Possibly a worsted wool version?

* Grimsby Troop Sgt, Oakly Park, Suffolk, 1914.
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Shame you weren’t coming to Surrey, a friend of mine has got a very large Lincolnshire collection you might have been interested in
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Has your friend got the NCO Arm Badges in his collection?
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Many thanks Griff for the images of the NCOs arm badges being worn. I think the relative size of mine from Keith Hook is correct relative to the cap badge being taller and narrower.

Thanks Alan sadly not south on this trip and especially not at the moment as will be insolation for another 8 days.

Could you please put me in touch with your friend as keen to swap notes, best regards Dean
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I will ask him but he doesn’t do the internet so could be a slow process ?
Dean I will pm you his number
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Many thanks Alan.

I look forward to speaking with him, best regards Dean.
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Here is another Lincolnshire Yeomanry badge I am looking out for. A WM Lincolnshire Yeomanry collar badge with a Gaunt makers plaque applied to the rear. The collar that I show below has been made into a tie pin which is dated 1918.

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