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Old 02-03-21, 01:03 AM
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Hi all,

Not sure what unit these belong too, they are hopefully characteristic enough to ID.

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Without seeing the reverses, they appear to be officer quality silver and gilt collar badges. They could have been worn by several different regiments, but they are likely Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry in my opinion.

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Reverse attached. They do seem to be of good quality.

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Without seeing the reverses, they appear to be officer quality silver and gilt collar badges. They could have been worn by several different regiments, but they are likely Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry in my opinion.

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....very nice... I would put them in the 2nd Boer War time frame.
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That's great! Thanks
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