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    Is this fake or true ?
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    100% original.

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    Ade, what specifically would have this piece of cloth been worn on? It looks quite large, so I would suspect a uniform sleeve.

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    It is actually a cap badge.

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    Good Bevo cap badge.

    Eric
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    Very nice cap badge. Just one question, my badge has a brown background whereas this has a black back ground. Any particular reason?

    Tom
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    No reason Tom, just the backing cloth used. You would bearly see it once the badge was folded correctly and sewn in place.

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    No reason Tom, just the backing cloth used. You would bearly see it once the badge was folded correctly and sewn in place.

    Cheers, Ade.
    Thanks Ade.

    Tom

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    Just for interest, here is mine.

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    I forgot the sides were folded under, no wonder it looked large. There is a high level of detail in these pieces.

    Corey

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