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Badge Reference 1773

Date posted Monday 5th of November 2018
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Margaret calamatta
I have these two badges and have no idea what country or organization they represent. Love to find out.

Comment posted on Monday 5th of November 2018 by margaret calamatta
Sorry just noticed the first star shaped badge is actually upside down and should look like the smaller badge by its side.


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Badge Reference 1772

Date posted Monday 29th of October 2018
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Marcus Hewitt
Came with a collection of British County and District badges but I have no idea what it is.

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Badge Reference 1771

Date posted Friday 5th of October 2018
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Richard Jones
Found with a group of African badges from the 1960s. Any help in identifying would be appreciated!

Comment posted on Saturday 6th of October 2018 by Peter
IR/SAI L4


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Badge Reference 1770

Date posted Friday 5th of October 2018
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Richard Jones
Found with a group of African badges from the 1960s. Any help in identifying would be appreciated!

Comment posted on Monday 8th of October 2018 by Tony Dunn
Bosele is a town in the Central African Republic. The area was a French Colony up to 1959/60.

On 1 January 1966, following a swift and almost bloodless overnight military coup, Colonel Jean-Bédel Bokassa assumed power as president of the Republic.

Whether the badge date commemorates the new heirachy, I do not know. The boundary map on the badge is similar to the current CAR but the border has changed over the years, due to civil wars.



Comment posted on Wednesday 24th of October 2018 by Tony Peck
This is Botswana 1966 Independence Jamboree, held at Botsele. If you check out a map of the country its the same shape shown.


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Badge Reference 1769

Date posted Tuesday 25th of September 2018
[Badge Image]Badge posted by james
From what country is this Cub 80th anniversary

Comment posted on Wednesday 26th of September 2018 by Steve
Australia.


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Badge Reference 1768

Date posted Sunday 23rd of September 2018
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Fred Eardley
Anyone know what this is, please? I would assume a Group, as an ESU wouldn't have a number.




Comment posted on Monday 24th of September 2018 by Fred Eardley
I have now been told that this is the Group badge of the 79th Lanarkshire (2nd Larkhall) Group in Scotland


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