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eMedals-Canada, Commonwealth. A Lorne Rifles (Scottish) Shoulder Belt Plate, c.1935

Item: M0381-1

Canada, Commonwealth. A Lorne Rifles (Scottish) Shoulder Belt Plate, c.1935



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Canada, Commonwealth. A Lorne Rifles (Scottish) Shoulder Belt Plate, c.1935

Badge in solid silver, measuring 75.3 mm (w) x 107.5 mm (h), the badge affixed to an 89.5 mm (w) x 105.5 mm (h) thick brass support plate via three screwposts with their nuts intact, the brass support plate with large studs placed in all four corners for placement upon a shoulder belt, light surface wear and pitting on the badge, near extremely fine.


Footnote: The Lorne Rifles (Scottish) originated in Milton, Ontario in September 1866, when the 20th Halton Battalion of Infantry was authorized to be formed. It was redesignated 20th Halton Battalion of Rifles in January 1872, the 20th Halton Battalion, Lorne Rifles in November 1881, the 20th Halton Regiment, Lorne Rifles in May 1900, the 20th Regiment, Halton Rifles in December 1909, The Halton Rifles in May 1920 and The Lorne Rifles (Scottish) in November 1931. In December 1936, it was amalgamated with The Peel and Dufferin Regiment, as The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment). The Regiment perpetuated the 37th, 74th, 76th, 126th, 164th and '234th Overseas Battalions, Canadian Expeditionary Force in the First World War

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