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Post your WW2 Australian Insignia.

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    Gee Whiz, Lovely


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    Cool slips Luke

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    11th battalion Militia badge 1936-42 with post WW2 and current badges for the unit (my old ARes unit).

    Reverses of the GS Badge WW2 and brass 1960s/70s type.

    2/3rd Anti Tank Regt patches (post Tobruk 'T' shape)-my Father's unit 1940-46. Also dog tag.
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    Cheers for posting your Militia Badge and others Lithgow, Militia insignia are what I'm concentrating on in my collection at present. I'm trying to get together examples of Militia unit's insignia that saw overseas service either as Militia formations or later as AIF units.
    Your 9th Divi T patch is a ripper to.
    Thanks for posting mate

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    Some more Rank insignia.
    Brass Crowns and a Pip close up

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    Those crowns are in nice shape Dave, would have been a swanky officer who wore those.


    Here is a strip of 4 wound stripes... They are quite hard to find, These were only allowed to be worn by guys who had previously served and had been wounded in WW1 and were worn on their WW2 uniform.
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    sadly just raaf

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    the rest of the brevets are on the uniforms..

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    sadly just raaf
    Sorry to say Michael that AG wing is a fake!! ...Better send it to me I will dispose of it for you

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    Wait by the mailbox its on its way .

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