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42nd black watch of canada


emmanuel bril
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Hello everybody , i have an original42nd black watch of canada uniform , and i cannot identified the center of the medal ribbons , when i have brought this uniform he's without shoulders titles and without collar. the piece under the originally shoulder title is in green colour and original from the uniform.

Thank you before

Toplexil

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i}British War Medal 1914~1920;ii}IIRC this is the "original*" but unadopted;Allied Victory Ribbon design,iii}The Allied Victory Medal 1914~1918.

* ie:~Representative of the National Flag Colours of the Allied Nations

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Hello Joe , yes that's a nice tunic , untouched since the end of the great war, found in a trunk, and i have the complete uniform ,for the same owner.. but without ID..shame !

Toplexil ;)

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Toplexil,

Very Very nice set--too bad no owner ID. The Simplified SD Jacket--coming from a uniform collector--makes it that much better.

Joe Sweeney

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Very Very nice set--too bad no owner ID. The Simplified SD Jacket--coming from a uniform collector--makes it that much better.

Curious though that it's a Simplified jacket evidently in use post-war from the ribbons and chevrons - one would have thought that by this time there would have been more than enough of the normal type about to allow these to be taken out of circulation and stores.

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