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Post your WW2 Australian Insignia.

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    Our timing was perfect Luke
    Hahaha!! Sure was

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    Australian Army Service Corps hat and collar badges
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    AIF-you beat me to the punch-was going to dig out a couple of RASigs collar 'Jimmies' but no point now trying to compete with your excellent examples...

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    Mate that's not a problem, post them up!

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    49th Militia Battalion 'The Stanley Regiment'

    'SEMPER FIDELIS' - Always Faithful
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    And Dave, Cossums doesn't say anything about the difference in the AIC badges. His books although old are great references that everyone still uses to this day... BUT It's lacking somewhat in information.
    Hey dave I just had a look through Cossums 1930-42 and found the info on the AIC badges, the other picture I posted was from his book on rising suns. According to this one the enamelled badges are officers.
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    Cheers Luke I'll take a squiz.

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    Cheers Luke I'll take a squiz.
    Just try not to get too lost in there looking at all the pretty badges like I do

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    Easy to get lost in those mate. Thanks again Luke they are truly excellent.
    Cheers cobber
    Dave

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    G'day all,
    I possibly have around 20 sets of AIF "Australia" Titles but this one off is the only maker marked example in my collection.

    Amor Sydney

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    I hope you all had a good ANZAC day. I went to the Dawn service and spent the rest of the day manning the RSL Museum. Had a really excellent day. Gave the kids a hands on experience with some of my kit, they grin when you put a helmet or a slouchy on their heads. The oldies were as majestic as always.
    All good stuff.

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