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WW2 British Plastic Cap badges

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    3 for the Royal Artillery, they are the same design as the OSD collars, but were to be used as a cap badge during the war period. Two by Stanley & Sons, slightly different from different moulds and one by F&G, the only two known makers of this badge.
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    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Hi,
    could I ask advice on this badge, it's on that well known online site !, I would like to get this as dad told me he was issued with one of these when he was given leave in Cairo after the german surrender in Italy,
    kind regards,
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  3. #133

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    It's a good one.

    Tom

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    many thanks for that, I will go ahead with it !, I do value the opinion of you esteemed members on here !,
    thanks again,
    John.

  5. #135

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    Buy it!

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    Buy it!
    Can't go wrong with that advice.

    Tom

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    Thank you !, done and dusted, look forward to adding this to my modest collection,
    all the best,
    John.

  8. #138

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    Obviously a bit slow to reply as I have been out for the evening but as the others said a one looker original made by Stanley & sons. Should cost less than 15 at most, often you can get them for a lot less. A good condition example.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

  9. #139

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    Hi,

    Just discovered this thread and I want to share my South Staffordshire economy badge.
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    I also have a plastic badge from The Dorsetshire Regiment which I will share later.

    Greetings, Marinus

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    Hi,

    Just discovered this thread and I want to share my South Staffordshire economy badge.
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    I also have a plastic badge from The Dorsetshire Regiment which I will share later.

    Greetings, Marinus
    The Soth Staffs is one of 40,428 made by Hopf Products limited. The Dorsetshire is one of 22,873 made by Roanoid Plastics Limited.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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