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Article about: I recently picked up this RA swagger stick at a boot sale. All the seller cared about was that the top was silver. He didn't even notice the insignia. I'm just wondering if you all would lik

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    one of mine which was badly tarnished silver so I cleaned it. Some might think that was a mistake, but it is not patinated bronze but badly neglected and tarnished silver.
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    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Kris yours is 1936 to 1953 George VI. for the RASC. Nice.
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    Jerry

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    My fave for the Welch Regiment.
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    Jerry

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    A few pictures of the three I have. The leather bound cane has been in my possession for the best part of thirty years, and was given to me by an elderly lady who said that it had belonged to an Officer in the Cheshire Regiment during WW1. The Manchester Regiment Warrant Officer' stick is marked to the 8th Battalion, Ardwick. The 12th Suffolk Regt stick is probably the most interesting. The 12th (Service)Battalion was raised in 1915 as one of the 'Bantam' Battalions. Apologies for the poor quality of the images.

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