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Old 24-01-22, 10:58 PM
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Hi Guys,

Just curious what your thoughts are on this cloth MGC/H title (Machine Gun Corps Heavy Branch).

Was it actually worn? If so does anyone have a photo showing it being worn?

I did a post on Facebook saying I was after one and quite a few other collectors on the Tank Corps page replied that they have doubts about it's existence.

It would be nice to know if it was actually worn.

The picture is from 100th anniversary of the Tank Corps edition of The Formation Sign.

Mick
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Old 25-01-22, 10:58 PM
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I can only say that MGC I cloth titles were worn so there is a precedent for the MGC with letter titles. From the photo it looks to be an original title/
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