B. CEF and Corps Badges (Canadian WW1) 1914
Clean badge with all original lugs attached.
Made of the older style linen bunting material common to the period
With acomplement of 39 officers and 1,020 other ranks, the 43rd arrived in England on 8 June 1914. One of the first to serve.
This battalion was raised in Algoma and Manitoulin areas of Western Ontario
This beautiful example is complete with both original lugs, horizontally mounted.
Victoria Rifles of Canada. very good condition and still has its split-pin intact.
Both "flat" lug type attachments are original and in good order.
with horizontal lugs, cross pin, and back plate.
original lugs and cross pin intact and in good order.
Excellent conditionsilver badges with alllugs intact.
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