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Old 23-06-21, 01:51 PM
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Default Staffordshire Yeomanry

Just caught a glimpse of this on a WW2 D-Day documentary. How often do you see them sold as cap badges?
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Old 23-06-21, 02:11 PM
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Nice spot.

I think it looks like a KC version? I don’t ever recall seeing a GM KC on loops or bolts etc.

It could of course be WM but there are so many WM broken S.Staffs badges and out-and-out fakes purporting to be Staffordshire Yeomanry it’s unreal.

The crown looks too large (tall) for the cap badge maybe?
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