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2nd Foreign Legion REP patch.
First a nice day to all.
I have added various regimental patches of the Legion Etrangere in my collection.
I searched the web for info and photos showing the patches on uniforms, unfortunately without success.
Can someone please tell me if it was worn on uniforme, if so, in which period.
Does anyone know a site where I can find infos Legion Etrangere patches.
Sorry for my bad english.
Thanks,any opinion and comment is welcome.
Regards, Jannis.


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hello from France.

j'have never seen this beautiful patch on regular uniform, because it's not an official patch to be worn.

a possibility is on sport wear.

the first j have in my ex collect, it was in 1882.

j sea in french forum if it's more informations.

all the best. Patrick.

scuse my English too





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