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  • Canada, Dominion. A 65th Regiment, Carabiniers Mont-Royal (Mount Royal Rifles) Helmet Plate with Queen's Crown, c.1889
  • Canada, Dominion. A 65th Regiment, Carabiniers Mont-Royal (Mount Royal Rifles) Helmet Plate with Queen's Crown, c.1889
  • Canada, Dominion. A 65th Regiment, Carabiniers Mont-Royal (Mount Royal Rifles) Helmet Plate with Queen's Crown, c.1889

Item: C6712

Canada, Dominion. A 65th Regiment, Carabiniers Mont-Royal (Mount Royal Rifles) Helmet Plate with Queen's Crown, c.1889

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Canada, Dominion. A 65th Regiment, Carabiniers Mont-Royal (Mount Royal Rifles) Helmet Plate with Queen's Crown, c.1889

In die-stamped bronze gilt, unmarked, voided, measuring 74.3 mm (w) x 110 mm (h), both lugs intact, exhibiting light contact, scattered gilt wear, spotting and greening, better than very fine. The design of this badge is illustrated on page 133 of "Canadian Militia Badges Pre 1914" by Daniel Mazeas (un-coded).

 

Footnote: Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal originated in Montreal, Quebec on June 18, 1869 as The Mount Royal Rifles. It was re-designated as the 65th Battalion, Mount Royal Rifles on November 5, 1869, as the 65th Regiment "Mount Royal Rifles" on May 8, 1900 as the 65th Regiment "Carabiniers Mont-Royal" on August 1, 1902, as Les Carabiniers Mont-Royal on March 29, 1920, as Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal on April 15, 1931, as the 2nd (Reserve) Battalion, Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal on November 7, 1940 and finally as Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal on November 15, 1945.

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