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Old 31-12-09, 07:51 PM
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They wore the EMidlands Bde badge from 1958 and then the Fusilier Bde badge thereafter. The Warcs badge was not worn after 1858 and unlikely to have been worn in a/a.
Hi Alan,

I have doubts on the Royal Warwickshire Regiment cap badge too but it was officially authorised for issue. Just one of about 20 odd that I'm trying to sort out. From the work that I have done the total amount of different A/A badges authorised for issue and then officially manufactured while in the hundreds does seem to be less than previously thought.

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The mark is J.R.GAUNT LONDON
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Thanks Alan.

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Chris,
Royal Army Service Corps (Tudor) - Gaunt

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Thanks Alan,

Any chance of a photo front and rear?

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Wrong thread...

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just thought i would show my latest purchase, quite a rare badge i think
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Old 21-06-10, 06:01 PM
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Very rare Alan,only ever seen one.That was about 15 years ago.
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Mike, yes it is the first one i have seen so was pleased to get it, just need a few more of the rare ones now LOL
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just thought i would show my latest purchase, quite a rare badge i think
Hi Alan,

Yes, as discussed a good authentic piece.

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