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Two army metal insignia (different crowns)

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Hi Gents 

Mismatched pair....j

Crowns differ so assume one old one new. ? Both very stiff metal. Backs different too...

I think these are 'Army' collar insignia..... 

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tony

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Hello,

they are Spanish to me, but the first crown is the most commoun one.

Don't know for the the second type of crown....

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Hello : They are spanish , collar pieces , the open crown was used between 1939 and 1975 , the second type of crown was implemented with the arrival of king Juan Carlos to the throne . the cap badge of the Spanish Navy also changed the crown type in 1975 . The crowned eagle with the sword of the apostol Santiago on the chest was and is the coat of arms of the Spanish Army ,cap badge , and in this case collar badge 

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Thanks both.,...

they belonged to the same man so perhaps his service covered the 1975 changeover

good to know....

tony

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