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Old 01-08-20, 02:00 PM
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Hi all,

Just wanted to confirm that the badge below is indeed an Australia Field Artillery Militia collar badge and is it 1900-1912 era?

How common/rare are these?

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Hello,

It is an Australian Field Artillery collar badge worn c1906 until circa 1922. The blackened finish (brass, coppered and oxidised) places it from about 1915 onwards.

Reasonably common.

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Old 02-08-20, 05:25 AM
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G'day

The Field Artillery hat badge is 65 mm high by 42mm across the single scroll and has a right facing towed field gun. The collars are 38mm high.

The Garrison Artillery badge has a much larger non portable right facing gun, it is 70mm high by 48mm wide across the scrolls and it has 2 scrolls. Sorry I don't have a collar to measure.

I hope that this helps

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