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  • Eleven First War Canadian Infantry Battalion Collar Badges
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Eleven First War Canadian Infantry Battalion Collar Badges

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Eleven First War Canadian Infantry Battalion Collar Badges

Eleven First War Canadian Infantry Battalion Collar Badges - 15th Infantry Battalion "48th Highlanders of Canada" (browning copper, maker marked "TIPTAFT B'HAM" on the reverse, 28.3 mm x 33.3 mm); 45th Infantry Battalion "Manitoba Regiment" (browning copper, maker marked "R.J. INGLIS LIMITED" on the reverse, 30 mm x 31.5 mm); 65th Infantry Battalion "Saskatchewan Battalion" (pickled copper, unmarked, 28.5 mm x 33.3 mm); 69th Infantry Battalion (browning copper, maker marked "R.J. INGLIS" on the reverse, 30.2 mm x 31.5 mm); 76th Infantry Battalion (browning copper, unmarked, 31 mm x 33.7 mm); 112th Infantry Battalion "Nova Scotia Overseas Battalion" (pickled brass, unmarked, 28.5 mm x 33.5 mm); 125th Infantry Battalion "Peel Battalion" (browning copper, maker marked "TIPTAFT B'HAM" on the reverse, 28 mm x 29.8 mm); 166th Infantry Battalion "Queen's Own Rifles of Canada" (browning copper, unmarked, 28.3 mm x 32.2 mm); 170th Infantry Battalion "Mississauga Horse" (browning copper, unmarked, 30.3mm x 30.5 mm); 181st Infantry Battalion "Brandon Battalion" (pickled copper, unmarked, 24.5 mm x 26.5 mm); and 201st Infantry Battalion "Toronto Light Infantry" (browning copper, unmarked, 26.5 mm x 33.5 mm). All with intact lugs, ranging from very fine to extremely fine.
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