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Canadian Badges Page 12

55th Regiment (Megantic Light Infantry) collars 22 Bn The Oxford Rifles (pre WW1)

 Perth (Motors) (1949) Canadian Air Force (1920)

40th Canadian Field Artillery (collar) Canadian Middlesex & Huron (1936)

Single "T" Lake Superior Scottish Regiment Glengarry badge (original left, reproduction right, artificially 'aged' and slightly smaller). Spelling error in 'Scottish'.

Double "T" Lake Superior Scottish Regt Saskatchewan Border Regiment

 In 1881 this regiment became 2nd Battalion, The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.

McMaster University  Contingent Canadian Officer Training Corps (1st pattern) 93rd (Sutherland) Highlanders, pre-1881 brass Glengarry badge.

  • Post 1953 General List Canada Scroll Officers Badge
    - Features coat of arms in middle
    - Lion on left side and unicorn on other embracing the coat of arms
    - Crown at top with union jack below on left and Fleurdelis on other side
    - Blue scroll reads: A MARI USQUE AD MARE
    - Scroll at bottom reads: CANADA
    - Large pin on back for wearing
    - Measures approximately: 1.5 x 2

St Catherine's Regiment

Physical Training Instructor, WW1, Canada on backing plate.

7th Battalion British Columbia 16 Battalion British Columbia

47 Bn British Columbia

231 Battalion "Seaforth Highlanders" BC

72 Battalion "Seaforth Highlanders" BC Canadian Bridle Boss, colonial era

Canadian "British Americans". This unit was actually British.    Details.

43 Bn Duke of Cornwall's Own Rifles

Queen's Field Ambulance

GALLOWAY RIFLE VOLUNTEERS, pre-1900 brass headdress badge. The Galloway Rifle Volunteers existed from 1854 until 1908 - in 1908 they became part of the 5th (Dumfries & Galloway) Battalion of the King's Own Scottish Borderers.

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