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Post your WW2 Australian Insignia.

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    Nice one Dave!! I have several Stokes and K.G.Luke titles but I don't ever recall seeing an Amor stamped one before



    Glad you had a good Anzac day mate, I had a good one too I ran into my uncle there and ended up back at his place for the rest of the day talking war stories with him although I seem to have lost my camera during the day somewhere... I am hoping I only left it at his place.

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    So while I am camera-less someone needs to post some more cool Aussie stuff

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    That's a bugger Luke, I hope you find it mate.

    Did nurses wear these ?

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    Hard to tell in the image but it's nickel plated. I will post some more tomorrow when I have the light.
    Have a good one fella's

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    Hi mate If It's nickel plated It will be from the Vietnam war, worn by guys serving overseas. It's actually quite a hard to find badge these days! Nice one

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    Oh well camera or not I will keep the thread going... Here are some pics of a rare set of non voided 33rd battalion hat and collars from my mates collection... Although the collars are both left hand side and not an opposing set
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    And a rare set of Royal Australian Artillery Siege Brigade hat and collars
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    And for reference one of the rarest and most expensive of the 1930-42 Militia badges the 37th Battalion Henty Regiment

    Got to be pretty rich to own a set of these...
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    Cheers mate.
    It came out of the UK with a WW1 Service Badge set and a couple of Edward VII era Arty buttons.
    I will take some better images in the morning.
    Have a good one.

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    I might as well post my Australia badge as well, not sure if its maker marked
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    The Royal Australian Artillery Siege Brigade set is a ripper.

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