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British cap badges of the period 9 years 1 week ago #12268

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Brett :lol: :lol:
Thats Frank told then ;)
Frank come on, lets see them properly, they are making me envious :blink:

Paul :)

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You should stop doing favours for your friends and acquaintances and use the time saved to get your badge collection into good order!

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British cap badges of the period 9 years 1 week ago #12278

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Some more in the collection!
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)


Rifle Brigade (forage cap)


Rifle Brigade


Kings Royal Rifles


KRR helmet plate


East Surrey Regt


East Lancs Regt


Durham Light Infantry


Dorset Regt

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British cap badges of the period 9 years 6 days ago #12284

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Here are a few of mine......

16th Lancers


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Middlesex Regiment


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Different - 5th Dragoon Guards


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18th Hussars


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Connaught Rangers


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British cap badges of the period 9 years 6 days ago #12285

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Hello Mike,
Regarding your 5th Dragoon Guards, the first is not a cap badge, it is an Albert pattern helmet plate and I assume the second was worn by a horse.
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British cap badges of the period 9 years 6 days ago #12289

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Hi Frank.....

Yes I know..... The second item was off a Shabraque......

Mike

Frank Kelley wrote: Hello Mike,
Regarding your 5th Dragoon Guards, the first is not a cap badge, it is an Albert pattern helmet plate and I assume the second was worn by a horse.
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Brett,
I really can't be bothered, they are just bits of old tin, but I do like them.

Paul,
I'd need to buy a new camera card to photograph them all like Dudley and Mike, I was a very keen collector as a small boy and ended up with quite a few, as a badge, despite it's rather teutonic appearance, a favourite would have to be The Emperor's Chambermaids
Kind regards Frank

coldstream wrote: Brett :lol: :lol:
Thats Frank told then ;)
Frank come on, lets see them properly, they are making me envious :blink:

Paul :)

Brett Hendey wrote: Frank

You should stop doing favours for your friends and acquaintances and use the time saved to get your badge collection into good order!

Regards
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