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 Wow, Cazack. That’s a pretty impressive collection. I don’t know if I believe your claim that it only took a “couple of months” to accumulate that many terrific badges. It would take me longer than that just to neatly print the descriptions on your mounting boards. Very cool, indeed. 
Mike. 

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Hi

 

I have decided to remount my NZ cap badges in a different way. Trying to find numerals to complete the format is proving to be a major challenge, so if anyone is looking to sell any NZ numerals please feel free to contact me

 

regards

 

C

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