Author Topic: correct capbadge/collar dogs for ORs in the Regular Battalions during 1914  (Read 2184 times)

Offline John W

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Hi,
I have a couple of capbadge question:

What was the correct capbadge/collar dogs for ORs in the Regular Battalions during 1914? I have seen them in brass and bimetallic.


Many thanks.

John
In memory of my great grandfather: 9671 Pte Joseph Percy Rothwell, Manchester Regiment (Boer War, Mons, Le Cateau, PoW, Home Guard) & his father, 1090 Pte Joseph Rothwell, 12th (The Prince of Wales's) Royal Regiment of Lancers 1871-1882.

Offline harribobs

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Re: correct capbadge/collar dogs for ORs in the Regular Battalions during 1914
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2007, 04:26:15 PM »
collar dogs weren't worn by ORs in the great war

the bi-metal badge was standard in the early



in 1916 an economy all brass version was being issued

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