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    Expensively friends hello here is my collection of different, brass identification plates.
    These relics were found on remains of liee enfield lost by the BEF IN MAY / JUNE, 1940
    Amitier
    In case of error, do not hesitate to correct or to complete my comments (thank you).
    Brass identification plate marked
    Brass identification plate marked
    Territorial Regiments:
    Royal Corps of Signal territorial (attached to 208th Artillery), Royal Corps of Signal 54th division, 6th Battl Durham Light Infantry territorials , 1 Royal Corps of Signals, 4th battl The Berkshire Regiment territorials, Kings Own Scottish Borderers, Royal Engineers territorials 225th Company.
    Brass identification plate marked
    9th Royal Army Ordnance Corps (a.f wsp ?), 54 Coy Royal Army Service Corps, 2nd Light Fusillieurs, 32 Rgt Royal Artillery ( F ?) ,SLM ( ?) attaché au 14 éme d'artillerie, Middlesex Regiment.
    Brass identification plate marked
    Prince of Wales, 2nd battl Sherwood Foresters, 2 Battl Royal Fusillers, 2 Battl Lincolnshire Regt, 2 Battl East Yorkshire Regt ,1st East Surreys
    Brass identification plate marked
    1st battl Coldstream Guarda, 2nd Battl Grenadier Guards ,1st Suffolks.
    Brass identification plate marked

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    prospecteur , lovely pieces of history , thats quite a few weapons you found !

    cheers Al

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