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British spoon with regimental markings

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    Picked this up at a market on Friday for 1. Could not resist something so cheap with a name and number to research however I am struggling with the regimental marking it looks like it could be CFA? GFA? something field artillery? and the number 439. Also marked W/D to the rear. Please have a look and see what you think many thanks
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    CFA is Canadian Field Artillery, but the imprint is so weak it's hard to tell if that's what it says! Cheers, Tom

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