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  • Canada, CEF. A 185th Infantry Battalion "Cape Breton Highlanders" Insignia Set, c.1916
  • Canada, CEF. A 185th Infantry Battalion "Cape Breton Highlanders" Insignia Set, c.1916
  • Canada, CEF. A 185th Infantry Battalion "Cape Breton Highlanders" Insignia Set, c.1916
  • Canada, CEF. A 185th Infantry Battalion "Cape Breton Highlanders" Insignia Set, c.1916
  • Canada, CEF. A 185th Infantry Battalion "Cape Breton Highlanders" Insignia Set, c.1916

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Canada, CEF. A 185th Infantry Battalion "Cape Breton Highlanders" Insignia Set, c.1916

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Canada, CEF. A 185th Infantry Battalion "Cape Breton Highlanders" Insignia Set, c.1916

Glengarry Badge, Type I with "Siol Na Fear Fearail": in pickled copper, voided, measuring 54 mm (w) x 64.5 mm (h), both lugs intact, very light contact; and Scroll Type Collar Badge Pair: in pickled copper, measuring 49.5 mm (w) x 18.3 mm (h) each, both lugs intact on each. Near extremely fine.

 

Footnote: The Battalion was raised in Cape Breton under the authority of G.O. 69, July 15, 1915 and had its mobilization headquarters at Broughton, Cape Breton. The Battalion sailed on October 12, 1916 from Halifax, Nova Scotia aboard the S.S. Olympic, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel F.P. Day, arriving in Liverpool, England on the 18th.

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