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 Officers Victorian Sabretache Badge      Friends . Unusual gun What time?

I have a lot of guns, but will I get this one for the first time? Perhaps an early period ??????????? or is it the trenches work front ????????

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I wonder what year this drawing in the charter

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Sadly, I suspect that there is a third piece to this badge - the crown - now  missing, which would help date it more closely, though I'm going to guess it is Victorian.  Just a hunch based on the fastenings mostly.  Perhaps one of our Gunner members can be more helpful.

By the Way, welcome to the GMIC!

Peter

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I was on Majorca a lot of communication the British - a very good impression - gentlemen.

criminally our do enemies of the country
song about the English seas - in Russian
I was on Majorca a lot of communication the British - a very good impression - gentlemen.

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