B. CEF and Corps Badges (Canadian WW1) 1914
A minty silver specimen.
Readthe characteristic penalty warning used to keep the "cowards" from escaping their just due.
They sailed for England on August 9th, 1916.
A beautiful example of a WWI Canadian Machine Gun Corps CEF badge.
all lugs original and intact.
This batallion was raised in the Hamilton area.
WW1 Death Certificate. A great addition for a KIA medal set
both lugs complete and original and have welded stems ...
raised in Manitoba and Saskatchewan
Maker marked "R.J. Inglis Limited"
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