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Australian WW2 Manufacturers Serial Numbers

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    Here's one just for you Dave... A pair of 1942 dated woollen anklets made in Tassie
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    Hi Luke,
    Yes mate it is,picked it up last week. It came from NSW for 12 bucks + 7 shipping. I was a happy chappie that's for sure.

    Love your Reg Saunders/Tom Derrick Avatar mate.

    All the best Luke
    Dave
    Yeah mate an absolute bargain at that price!! He was even selling undated ones for $4 or $5 at one stage.

    Thanks mate I thought It was time for a change and what better than two Aussie legends in one picture
    I got sent a nice Hi Res copy of It so I am getting It printed and framed... My two great uncles served with Diver Derrick in the 2/48th and I try to collect stuff from the unit when I can find it.

    Cheers Luke

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    Super cool Luke.
    You don't see to many T manufactures.
    That reminds me to take an image of a Tassie made Pattons and Bourne made wool blanket down at the local RSL. Can't think of the T number off the top of my head. I have a heap of kit and insignia down there on display and I will be in there Monday for a hour or so, I will get an image or two.
    Thanks for posting the anklets mate.
    Cheers
    Dave

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    Sounds good mate, do you have it on display down there?

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    Yeah mate an absolute bargain at that price!! He was even selling undated ones for $4 or $5 at one stage.

    Thanks mate I thought It was time for a change and what better than two Aussie legends in one picture
    I got sent a nice Hi Res copy of It so I am getting It printed and framed... My two great uncles served with Diver Derrick in the 2/48th and I try to collect stuff from the unit when I can find it.



    Cheers Luke
    It will look great framed Luke.
    My Pop served in the 2/13th........ Good old 9th Divi.
    Later mate have to pick up the little one from school.

    Dave

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    Sounds good mate, do you have it on display down there?
    No Luke the blanket is not mine but the tag is worthy of an image for this thread, You reminded me to do it.

    Cheers
    Dave

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    Yeah mate definitley worth getting a pic, I'd like to see it as Tassie numbered stuff is rare as hens teeth.

    We need to keep this thread going as It is interesting to see the different makers and labels, there have already been a few posted here already that I have not seen before and I would love to see some more

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    T55 tag from the woolen trousers
    Regards
    René

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    Awesome Rene!! Another maker I have not seen before

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    Ok It is raining here and I am bored so I will post some more

    Here is another Victorian maker... This time attached to a nice named 1942 dated service dress tunic to a LT in the 2nd Australian Field Regiment... Who was also a Victorian

    Cheers Luke.
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