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Old 20-03-20, 02:51 AM
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Hi Guys,

Here's some of my recent Cav/armoured pickups.

Does anyone know much about the 4/7 badge with the QVC? I got it assuming it was related to 4/7 RDG.

Mick
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Can’t help with what the badge is unfortunately but I can tell you it’s actually a coronet and not a QVC, the 4th/7th were formed in 1922.
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Canít help with what the badge is unfortunately but I can tell you itís actually a coronet and not a QVC, the 4th/7th were formed in 1922.
OK thanks. Looks quite modern to me. A nice badge. Hopefully someone will be able to ID it.

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OK thanks. Looks quite modern to me. A nice badge. Hopefully someone will be able to ID it.

Mick
Hello Mick,
It's an Officer's pouch badge.
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Chris many thanks for information always learning
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Re 4th/7th RDG I have one on the pouch and saw them being worn in the early 1980ĎS in Detmold BAOR

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Thanks gents! I'm stoked to know that its been confirmed as an officer's 4/7 RDG pouch badge.

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