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When was this one given out? It's been eons since I handled any, but the ones I did were WW1 and if I am recalling correctly, seemed to be made out of real silver. I don't remember what was behind the trophy suspension, thoiugh, and from the several you've posted beer.gif that seems an area that would be most helpful in dating approximate age of these?

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Good thread Darrel.

The link you show is interesting, but from my grasp of French I understand that there were different typres of suspension arrangement and minor design details depending on the manufacturer of the pre-1950s type.

Does anyone have any more information on the various types and how to date them?

Specifically, what are the features to identify the type(s) issued for 1914-1918 service or earlier?

Many thanks in advance,

David

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