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Norfolk Regiment trench art swagger stick WWII period

Article about: Circa WWII period (or post war) trench art swagger stick, made from a button and a bullet case. The button is the type used by the Norfolk Regiment between 1937 to 1958. The overall length i

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    Circa WWII period (or post war) trench art swagger stick, made from a button and a bullet case. The button is the type used by the Norfolk Regiment between 1937 to 1958. The overall length is 72cm or 28 and a 1/4 inches.
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    Last edited by Jerry B; 09-10-2013 at 04:18 PM.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Nice item!
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    Nice stick Jerry. I would say post- war, as it appears to be using a 7.62 cartridge as used in the SLR

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    Quote by Spitace41 View Post
    Nice stick Jerry. I would say post- war, as it appears to be using a 7.62 cartridge as used in the SLR

    Thanks James for confirming that for me.

    I mean't to post the thread as circa WWII and as you say post war would be more appropriate, but of course the thread title then becomes too long and unwieldy! And, if I had put post war it would get even fewer looks than it would as WWII, as always most Brit stuff does not attract much interest.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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