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Old 14-03-19, 05:40 AM
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Any clues on this badge found amongst my grandpa's personal effects? Thanks so much to whoever can give me spme insight
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Old 15-03-19, 11:22 AM
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It's not British military.

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Old 15-03-19, 11:46 AM
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Hi Alan, thank you!

It's a mystery to me, he served for the RA, but maybe he pinched this then?
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Old 21-03-19, 08:18 PM
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Could anyone tell me how i would go about researching something of this nature?
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Old 21-03-19, 08:22 PM
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I have tried every combination of words I can think of: oak (which i thought was a British symbol), wreath, acorn, ram, sheep...in exasperated desperate frustration i even tried unicorn (It's a weird animal anyway)
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Old 21-03-19, 08:56 PM
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I have tried every combination of words I can think of: oak (which i thought was a British symbol), wreath, acorn, ram, sheep...in exasperated desperate frustration i even tried unicorn (It's a weird animal anyway)
How would the heraldic description go?

Ram's head couped, upon a torse, within an oakleaf wreath

Something like that? :

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Old 21-03-19, 09:02 PM
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And the recipe description lamb in a ring of mint?
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And the recipe description lamb in a ring of mint?
And rolls of the tongue so much better
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Old 21-03-19, 09:46 PM
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The design just doesn't look "right" to be a unit atfectation, insignia for a mascot handler.
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Old 21-03-19, 10:57 PM
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This livery button for CURTIS looks a good match:

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-_dZAW4QBvg...5Bsmall%5D.JPG

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