WWII era Royal Canadian Corps of Signals Cap Badge (lot#2)
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You are viewing a very fine WW2 Royal Canadian Corps of Signals ( RCCS ) cap badge. Made of white metal and brass composition, this bi-metal badge is in good condition with both original lug type attachments in good order. Very clean with its design still clear and in high relief. This badge is a rare and beautiful keepsake from the bygone era of this prestigious corps.
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Some History ...
The Canadian Signals Corps was established in 1903, making it the first independent Signal Corps in the British Empire. After the end of WWI, the Canadian Signal Corps was redesignated the Canadian Corps of Signals on 1 August 1921. The unit became the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals in 1922, subsequent to the honor conferred on the Canadian army by King George V. In the unification of the army in1968 to form the Canadian Forces, the RCCS was reformed into the Canadian Forces' Communications and Electronics Branch.