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Post your WW2 Australian Insignia.

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    Set of Service Corps insignia,

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    RAAF hat badge,

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    I'll go dig some more out.

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    A selection of Collars,

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    These are mostly unmarked. My nice maker marked sets are on Uniform pieces or on display. I would have this many again, A bit of a fetish of mine.
    Many different makers variants in this lot.

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    A selection of Collars,

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    These are mostly unmarked. My nice maker marked sets are on Uniform pieces or on display. I would have this many again, A bit of a fetish of mine.
    Many different makers variants in this lot.
    Top row L-R 1. Stokes 2. Arendson 3. Stokes 4. KG Luke
    2nd row L-R 1. Arendson 2. KG Luke 3. Stokes 4. ?
    3rd row L-R 1. Stokes 2. ? 3. Stokes 4. KG Luke
    4th row L-R 1. Stokes 2. Stokes 3. KG Luke 4. Stokes

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    I've never actually added up how many I have... I know i have a lot on uniforms

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    I reckon you would surprise yourself if you add them up Luke. They multiply these little buggers.

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    "Australia Titles"

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    Again my good sets are not here at present and I have a few more sets stored away which I can't get at (buried in the garage).

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    These officer rank insignia are interesting. They are slightly smaller that the standard examples.

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    More Pips

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    Just a few shots of our little Georgetown RSL Museum,

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    I only took these images as a quick reference to my gear, I also have some headdress on the top shelf of the glass display cabinet at the rear which I haven't documented as yet. I will get some more detailed shots most likely Monday when we are open. Because I work 7.30 t0 4.30 and Brian Shepard (the gentleman in charge of the museum) only drives the 20km trip on Mondays and has the only set of keys. It makes getting quality time there difficult as I can only pop in for an hour each week during my lunch break.
    We are still moving forward with the collection and had a good turn out on ANZAC Day. The kids had a ball.

    The slouch on the mannequin is not period. I've recently acquired one worthy of display and will take it down soon. Will post it in the Slouch hat thread.

    All the best
    Last edited by Thanatos; 04-28-2013 at 12:29 AM. Reason: Grammar correction

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