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Royal Canadian artillery tunic buttons

Article about: I picked these up the other day and I have not had time to take any pictures yet -these are the sellers- but I wondered if it is possible to date these, or are they from any time from WWI to

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    I picked these up the other day and I have not had time to take any pictures yet -these are the sellers- but I wondered if it is possible to date these, or are they from any time from WWI to WWII? Do they go out of use post WWII or were they still used?

    All except one of the small ones is maker marked Gaunt.
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    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Adding a few pics, taken indoors, so not great, but shows the maker mark.
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    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    As you say, they are from any time from WWI up to Queen Elizabeth II's reign The maker mark says "London, Eng", so I guess they were made for export.

    Rob

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    As you say, they are from any time from WWI up to Queen Elizabeth II's reign The maker mark says "London, Eng", so I guess they were made for export.

    Rob

    Which would make sense, though I should point out that only the small ones are London England, the large ones are marked London without the England.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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