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Old 22-07-14, 10:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Jack8 View Post
Hi Chris,

Thank you for your reply. So the mark is good, although difficult to tell from images the slider appears to be one used with Timings badges.

There appears to be a fair chance that this badge is 100% correct, if so I would think it could be a scarce example.

My interest in badges is mainly special forces these days, but I do have an eclectic mix collected over many years which includes approximately fifty A/A badges.

Hi Jack,

As the mark is good the slider can be implied to be OK too. Sometimes it can be difficult to tell, from an image, which particular slider is used by a company.


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Old 24-07-14, 12:10 PM
Jack8 Jack8 is offline
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Hi Chris,

Thanks for your opinion.

Will this Timings version of the SWB A/A now be noted as a probable genuine variation or are collectors not convinced?

I welcome further opinions or comments from other members.

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