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O/R 1908

Bi metal

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I must add an original of this to my collection one day, all I have is an iffy one.

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On 2016-3-6 at 7:58 PM, Malcolm D said:

Dave i thought up to and during ww1 the centre scroll was blank, i may be wrong

Malc

Originally it was Glamorgan Imperial Yeomanry, the Imperial being central to the sscroll and it was on lugs.  Next came a version with the Imperial being removed from the scroll, either at unit level or by the makers, then you get the version Dave showed, which should be on a slider, that said, other variants might exist, I have seen an all brass version on lugs.

 

Here is an example, which is a copy of the post 1922 version, which Dave has incorrectly described as the 1908 version.  Sadly these are commonplace and are hard to spot without examination of the finer details.

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glamorgan yeomanry by Lambourne, it is a poor version but that is typical of the lambourne made badges and appears to have been repaired

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