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Hi All

Can anybody identify this badge, I'm assuming it's WW2 Italian and a cap badge, but not sure, particularly what the emblem in the middle identifies, presumably a unit.

Any info would be gratefully received.

Cheers

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Looks like a headress badge of Infantry WW1 period . in Italian a Fregio de Fanteria per capello , crossed rifles topped by a Crown in the centre circle must be a Number but i see some sort of Initials . the colour of the centre circle , orange says Brigata Livorno that is Infantry Regiments Number 33 and 34 but it was not common that the centre circle was in the colour of the Brigade . perhaps someone could say more 

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