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Old 22-08-19, 01:26 PM
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Default 18th Infantry Division round sign

The division's windmill sign is well known, the majority of examples found being printed although there are also some embroidered versions.

I have been aware for some time of a circular version but have never seen one, the only evidence for it being an extract from an unattributed photo as shown.

Does anyone have an example of a round embroidered version that they can share please?

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Old 28-08-19, 07:44 PM
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It doesn't answer your question, but this is the image - Pte Alfred King - later No 1 Cdo.
18 Inf Div_alfred king 1 commando 4.v2.jpg
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Old 30-08-19, 03:40 AM
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Default Norfolk flash

Intriguing combination of badges not usually seen on a greatcoat.

The regimental flash appears to be dark/light dark. The Norfolks used various combinations of black and yellow, but not in this format which is the BEDFS & hERTS BUMBLBEE FLASH.

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