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Old 20-01-10, 11:38 PM
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Default Second Lincolnshire Album

I have just added a further album of Lincolnshire items in order to show various sliders and also pictures of Lincolns wearing badges. I hope they are of use to other collectors. I would appreciate any information on other Lincolnshire marked sliders.
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Old 21-01-10, 12:07 AM
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Very nice photos. However, the two photos of the Lincs soldiers (one in home service dress and one in KD) are not post ww2, but just post ww1.
Collar badges were occaisonally worn on service dress during ww1 and before by some regiments, but they became almost universal starting in the early 1920's.

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Old 21-01-10, 12:56 AM
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CB,

Thanks for pointing that out. I meant to write WW1.It shows I shouldn't be working on these things so late in the evening. I've corrected the captions now.

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