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Possibly 82nd [Prince of Wales] Regiment or, a little more likely, the Cheshire Reg't who wore the 3 feathers and 'Ich Dien" motto as their badge for some decades. But then, so did the Leinster Reg't. Maybe Volunteer or Yeomanry as regular regiments would, I think, most probably use the name of the reg't somewhwere on the badge.

Probably officer's because of the three piece [expensive] construction, and probably Napoleonic period. Haven't looked at cavalry badges but pretty sure at least one of them is 'PWO' too.

Interesting puzzle!

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