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Small WW1 Australian lot

Article about: Hi Gents Thought I would share a recent pick up. I believe this small lot may be attributed to the same Australian Serviceman. Unmarked British made replacement General Service hat badge. Ge

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    Thanks Dave and Harry cheers fella's.

    Thanks for posting that one Jerry. I've never seen that lug type before. It's a nice item mate.
    Tiptafts and Gaunts I believe are two "marked" British replacement GS collar badge manufactures but most were unmarked examples.

    Dave

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    Hi Jerry,
    This Tiptaft Sweetheart is my only marked replacement collar.

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    I think it's form is very pleasing to the eye. Very GS hat badge in style.

    Cheers mate.

    Forgot to add It has the typical Tiptaft burr's found on the hat badges.

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    Quote by Thanatos View Post
    Hi Jerry,
    This Tiptaft Sweetheart is my only marked replacement collar.

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    I think it's form is very pleasing to the eye. Very GS hat badge in style.

    Cheers mate.
    Very nice Dave and I don't think I have seen a Tiptaft marked collar before.

    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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