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eMedals-A Second War Ontario Regiment (Tank) Group

Consignment 16

Item: C3058

A Second War Ontario Regiment (Tank) Group Consignment 16



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A Second War Ontario Regiment (Tank) Group Consignment 16

A Second War Ontario Regiment (Tank) Group - Beret (fabricated from black wool, two holes on the right side where the metal eyelets once resided, with a leather support patch stitched to the underside, a 49.7 mm x 57.3 mm bronze Ontario Regiment (Tank) cap badge on the left side, held in place on the underside via dual lugs and pin, open edge trimmed in a leather wrap, inside liner fabricated from black cotton, a diamond-shaped insignia in the dome stamped in green ink "GENUINE Fleur de Lys BASQUE BERET", size marked "7 1/4" date marked "1945" and maker marked "Dorothea Knitting Mills LIMITED TORONTO", measuring 225 mm x 240 mm, light wear evident on the leathers); an Order of Service for The Church Parade of the Ontario Regiment (Tank) Program (dated Sunday, May 21st, 1939, eight pages printed in black ink on an off-white paper stock, 153 mm x 228 mm, dual staple-bound, hole on the reverse); and three Photographs (one of the veteran in uniform standing in front of a building with a basement window visible behind him, black and white, gloss finish, 190 mm x 242 mm, under glass, in an ornate wooden frame with two hooks an wire for wall hanging on the reverse, frame measuring 291 mm x 342 mm, chipping evident on the frame; one of the veteran in uniform standing with a woman and four children, colourized black and white, matte finish, 101 mm x 151 mm, in a 147 mm x 227 mm gray card stock frame with embossed crown on the cover, names written in blue ink on the frame under the photograph; and one of three Tank Regiment veterans in the field in work wear and linked arm in arm, black and white, faded to sepia-toned look, 101 mm x 152 mm, in a 134 mm x 180 mm cardboard frame with ornate trim in black ink, angled corners, pop-out easel on the reverse). Better than very fine.(C:16)  
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