WWII era RCAPC (Pay Corps) Cap & Collar Set (3)

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You are viewing the scans of a WWII era Capand Collar set of three pieces for the Royal Canadian Army Pay Corps. Made of anodized brass, each piece has its original lug type fasteners in good order. All together in one place...

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The Royal Canadian Army Pay Corps (RCAPC) was an administrative corps of the Canadian Army with its own cap badge, and other insignia and traditions. It was established in 1906 as the Canadian Army Pay Corps. It was responsible for administering all financial matters. The Canadian Army Pay Corps began officially operating on 1 July 1907. It was redesignated the Royal Canadian Army Pay Corps on 1 Nov 1920. In 1967 the corps was amalgamated with other units into the Logistics Branch.[5]