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Old 16-11-18, 01:10 AM
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Default Robert (Bob) Gray's Australian Light Horse Badges 1900 -1912

Hi,

Here are some pictures I took of the late Robert (Bob) Gray's collection of Australian Light Horse badges for the 1900 - 1912 period.

The collection is on display in the Army Museum of South Australia, Keswick Barracks, Adelaide.

Unfortunately the reflection from the lights in the room on to the glass was an unwanted addition to the pictures.

Cheers,

Invest
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Old 16-11-18, 10:45 AM
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thanks invest,
the museum is certainly worth a visit.
unfortunately, the majority of the collection is in storage.

did you get into the sgts mess? there's a shield frame of badges above the bar with a few rippers displayed.

will see if i can find my pics
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Hello BC,
I didn't make it to the sgts mess hopefully next time I visit the museum I'll get the chance to see the display.
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