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Identification of a lot of WWI badges, buttons, ...

Article about: Perhabs time to upload the second pic from the headgear items? Great forum here btw... I've really learned a lot this last couple of weeks!

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    Hi Peter, OK, here we go:

    the top row, left to right:

    Royal Artillery, Royal Lancaster Regt, The Queen's (Royal Regiment West Surrey).

    The others all bear the name of the Regt on them.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Go to this site, great help. http://www.britisharmedforces.org/index.php
    Scroll down to "Badges & lots more/50 Galleries 2000 Images"
    Tom

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    WAAAWW! Thx guys!! I also think I'm gonna have a look at the site StuG III suggested!

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    You found your man, collectorwwII!
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    Looking for militaria from 38. Batterie, Heeres Küsten Artillerie Regiment 977, also from 31, 32 and 36. Batterie.

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    Royal Artillery; The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment); The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
    The West Yorkshire Regiment; The Dorsetshire Regiment (damaged - missing the white metal castle and sphinx); The Hampshire Regiment
    The East Yorkshire Regiment; The Manchester Regiment; The Royal Berkshire Regiment

    Rob

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    Re The Dorchester badge, WW1 badges were made in an 'economy' form of one piece brass omitting the white metal process.

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    Quote by kc1 View Post
    Re The Dorchester badge, WW1 badges were made in an 'economy' form of one piece brass omitting the white metal process.
    They did indeed, but that isn't one of them

    Rob

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    THX for all your help... time to upload the second pic again I guess now .... but that doesn't seem to work right now ... I'll retry later, OK.
    All the best from Belgium,
    Peter

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    Quote by COLLECTORWWII View Post
    THX for all your help... time to upload the second pic again I guess now .... but that doesn't seem to work right now ... I'll retry later, OK.
    All the best from Belgium,
    Peter
    You might want to concentrate on the shoulder titles (and buttons) rather than the cap badges. You can probably ID the cap badges from the internet, but shoulder titles probably need a person (like me )

    Rob

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    You got a coupla nice Aussie rising suns there!!!! I have a few WW1 examples, but not ones recovered from a battlefield

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