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Old 05-09-10, 11:31 PM
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Wow, there was I enjoying a thread on the intricacies of the AA issues of fusiliers badge and OWH blunders in......... easy way guys, just add him (or me or anyone you don't particlarly like, or think is stealing valuable oxygen...) to your ignore list it'll automatically remove their posts from your viewing IIRC..... that way we can all be happy

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Hi Guys,
I saw a Northumberland Fusiliers anodised badge today at the local market, it looked like the RRF shape (see picture), is this a recognised pattern for this badge or a fake?
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Bill
is there a definitive criteria for the world war one northumberland fusilier cap badge being genuine, fake or restrike? i would appreciate any input thanks
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