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Old 17-08-21, 11:49 AM
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Default 3rd The Kings Own Hussars (1921-1958)

Hi, I would welcome any comments on this badge please.
Regards, Jim.
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I just saw this post and wonder myself. There seems to be quite a few variations of this 21 to 58 badge that are die cast and not stamped.

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Anybody up for comment on this?

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For what it's worth, it looks OK to me.
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Old 15-09-21, 05:47 PM
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Yes itís fine.
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Old 15-09-21, 10:29 PM
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Were all of these 1921 to 58 badges die cast like this or were some die stamped
as the earlier badges were?

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I have only seen cast ones that I would buy.
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