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paul w

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  1. Saw the Garrison Sergeant major wearing said badge on his 'wooly pully' a couple of weeks ago,very impressive.
  2. Thanks very much for the replys guys.I guess I can't narrow the time period down for most of these.Even the 2nd Battalion marked cane could be from just about any era.I think I'll be keeping the Kings crown and 2nd Battalion canes and selling on the other two.While on the subject though,is there any real difference between the canes already shown with the 'thimble'shaped top,and the canes with the 'ball'shaped tops, eg time period.Or was it just a matter of preference?Heres some pics of the type I mean plus some more period pics of the canes being carried for walking out,thanks again, Paul
  3. Has no one any ideas on this one guys? I guess the first one could be anywhere between 1902-1952 but the others have me stumped!Cheers, Paul
  4. Gents,I recently picked up these four swagger sticks of the Worcestershire Regiment with a view to using one with a display of items from that Regiment.They appear to be from different periods of the Regiments history and I'm hoping someone will be able to help me out as to dating each stick.Any help you can give will be appreciated,cheers, Paul
  5. You're welcome Mervyn,I couldn't make out the date but it looks like its seen a fair bit of service,cheers, Paul
  6. You're welcome Mervyn,I couldn't make out the date but it looks like its seen a fair bit of service,cheers, Paul
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