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dear gents

i found this cloth patch/ badge.in a ww2 german map case.a few years ago,the thing is i do not collect

british cloth badges and have no idea to its origin.i would very much like to know which regiment /division this badge

belongs to? i have posted on other forums and have had no feed back.looking forward to reciving any info

best wishes

dave.

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Baffled. I hae'nt a clue what the initials stand for or the symbol represents.

Household Cavalry, Highland Cyclists ...........I'm gettng nowhere with this.

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Would there have been a

1st Bn

V-olunteer

A-mbulance

from "HC" ?

H-igh C-ross, or some other British place name?

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http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_04_2009/post-2119-1239739637.jpggents this is the patch

Hi

Your formation sign is cloth version of a brass Home Guard item 'Ist Bn Vickers Armstrong Company'

Both items can be seen in Jon Mills & Terry Carney's 'In The Space of A Single Day'.

Regards

Arthur

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I missed out on the cap badge at a dealers in Cambridge a few years ago, well, I did'nt miss out, I just could'nt afford it.

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