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Old 22-02-21, 11:58 AM
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Ta, I thought they were introduced sometime in 1915.
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Thanks a lot Mike
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As mentioned, the badge is without doubt that of "The Excellers". I note that the breast pockets of those tunics appear deeper than the standard pleated issue.

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