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WWI or WWII Australian hat badge

Article about: This is my first piece of Australian kit could anybody tell me is it WWI or WWII . Its maker marked but I cant make it out. Thanks for any help. Gary

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    Heres a couple more, in the shot with 4 collar dogs, i believe the top left is WW1, but note the variations in crown design.

    There is an inter warmilitia badge,29 Bn

    A WW1 sweetheart broochand another sweetheart boach, a risng sun with a Australia title weldd to it,

    One of my WW1 sliders, and a WW1 RASB badge
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    AMTG very nice .

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    Thanks mate, just hoping I can help you out

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    These are reproduced a lot, but the repros are easy to spot, they normally have a heavy varnish on them....and the metal is poor quality and stamping isn't good....they are probaly one of the few badges you can spot a fake and I not know of anyone who goes out of their way to pass them off as original, I dont think it's worth the effort as there's just so many of them about and they are fairly inexpensive , you find them in antique stores and coin shops.....the sliders are the more expensive and are going up in price

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    Heres a presentation set, I have one of these, all replica but shows the history of the Rising sun.

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    Hi guy,s,
    thanks for putting on all your badges i have never seen most of them but i think they would make a great collecting piece, i am going to look for other now. I have noticed that what i would call the sun raise on the badges are different,
    Some have wider and others have like a rebated ray. but i think this is a normal design.
    Dave.

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