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Old 14-09-20, 11:22 PM
SIDINSIR SIDINSIR is offline
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Smile What is his cap badge ?

Hope someone can help with this cap badge - my best guess is London Rifle Brigade ?
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It's taken by John Bailey , a local photographer in Southampton who disappeared from the scene after 1907. My best guess it was during Army camp held on Southampton Common in 1904 /1905.
A whole British Army Corps was gathered there for training , with Sir John French leading the "enemy" side.
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Old 14-09-20, 11:49 PM
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Hello SIDINSIR, welcome to the Forum. Your account is active and open for posts.
The membership should be able to assist with your identification.
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Old 15-09-20, 01:30 AM
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Just can't make it out clearly enough, but it is not the London Rifle Brigade.
It has a six point star design which could indicate several regiments, rather more like the Devons or RASC in my opinion.

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Old 15-09-20, 05:23 AM
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He is wearing the cap badge of the Army Service Corps, the three tier shoulder titles are of a pattern that was introduced in 1908.

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