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  1. That's right! I should have known. Batt. would never be battalion, as battalion would be abteilung in German. Thank you again.
  2. Thank you for your reply. Would an artillery regiment ever be written as 1 Batt. Regt. No 50?
  3. I've just acquired this sword, and I have a question about the inscription. I've always known these swords as artillery swords. However, every artillery sword I've seen with inscriptions always mention feld artillery or fuss artillery. I'm curious about the "1 Batt. Regt. No 50" Would this be an infantry regiment? Thanks in advance.
  4. Help needed, Is this a copy, or a Turkish example of this medal?
  5. It looks to have the cross of St. Patrick and St. Andrew backwards. The upper left quadrant should have the white cross above the red cross.
  6. Thank you Matt. That is an amazing photograph. Thank you to everyone who replied.
  7. It's quite possible. I'm making my assumption based on lack of holes on the interior.
  8. Thank you for your reply. I can't find any lug holes on the inside of the cap. I don't know if there is something I am missing.
  9. Hello, I recently picked up a 1905 Canadian Service cap from Collector's Guild, and I have a question. It shows no signs of ever having a badge affixed, but looks worn to the crown. Were these ever worn without badges? Thank you in advance.
  10. I really wantd to add a japanese flag into my collection. I just picked this one up. I hope you find it as interesting as I do.
  11. It looks like Lt. Ramh, and possibly something illegible below it, beginning with maybe a C or an O at the left wing of the plane? (Off Cha...) There is also blue ink by the paratroopers leg that looks like S1S SABRE.
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