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Old 12-02-22, 07:30 AM
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Royal Marines Reserve

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Royal Marines Reserve connection ?

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British Legion/Royal British Legion , Poppy/Remembrance/Commemorative.

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Very many thanks guys what period ae they from please ?
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From rmhistorical.com

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Brass type were also worn by the Royal Malta Regiment between 1897-1902. However I believe the lugs were not the hexagonal type.

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