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Post your WW2 Australian Insignia.

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    going back to simple
    or raaf "cun*" cap badge
    hahahahahaha!!!!!


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    Good one Rene!!!

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    59th Militia Battalion "The Coburg/Brunswick Regiment" hat badge.

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    A tad rough but I do like this one.

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    22nd Militia Battalion "South Gippsland Regiment" collars.

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    Another set to make you grin Luke

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    Looks like you are getting a nice little collection of militia badges together mate!! Id love to have a complete set one day but I don't think I will ever be able to afford it... The ones I want now are so damn expensive

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    Australian Army Medical Corps collars

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    I actually saw a 22nd hat for sale recently I can't remember how much but It wasn't too expensive

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    A set of Christian Chaplains insignia

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    Both collars were made by K G Luke but have different marks.
    You have to love the wild thing prongs on the hat badge.

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    Not sure what they were thinking when they decided to use the prongs... Makes it bloody hard for us collectors to display them haha

    Yeah I have a few sets of the collars, I've noticed the different marks on the back of mine too not sure what happened there.

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    "Looks like you are getting a nice little collection of militia badges together mate!! Id love to have a complete set one day but I don't think I will ever be able to afford it... The ones I want now are so damn expensive"

    Mine are the more common examples as you can see. Nothing to rich but I have a silver hallmarked 22rd Hat badge coming ex UK. Should be here next week.

    "Not sure what they were thinking when they decided to use the prongs... Makes it bloody hard for us collectors to display them haha

    Yeah I have a few sets of the collars, I've noticed the different marks on the back of mine too not sure what happened there."

    The prongs maybe something to do with preforming exorcisms
    And I though Padres were unarmed.

    Not to sure myself re the makers marks. Two different dies though.

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