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Old 02-12-22, 09:11 AM
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Driver steering wheel badges for comparison.

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Thanks Tim, interesting to see such pristine badges, and that’s a good view of the metal one. It doesn’t seem to have been that popular, at least I rarely see them in WW2 era photos.
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Obviously the jaunty angle was the 'in thing'. Pic attached of my dad in North Africa WW2. 2nd Battalion The Buffs.
Yes I’m sure you’re right Tim, all the photos that I have of my father and his brother show that same angle perched on the head.
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