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Hi everyone,

I've brought a WW1 silver id bracelet from a well known auction website, but the unit/regiment engraved on it, QAKA.64/4 is a complete mystery to me,anybody have any idea what unit/regiment it could be?

thanks

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Hi everyone,

I've brought a WW1 silver id bracelet from a well known auction website, but the unit/regiment engraved on it, QAKA.64/4 is a complete mystery to me,anybody have any idea what unit/regiment it could be?

thanks

It's QAKQ

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How do you know it is WW1 or military the details appear to be a civilian address

Mick

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I'd agree with that: University i/d, possibly?

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Psalm 64/4

'In order to shoot down the innocent in secluded places. They shoot at him suddenly and are unafraid of retaliation.'

mmmm

David

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If the disc is indeed silver it should be hallmarked and that should give the year of manufacture, if not of engraving. When did Brum start using postal district numbers, which is another clue?

D

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If the disc is indeed silver it should be hallmarked and that should give the year of manufacture, if not of engraving. When did Brum start using postal district numbers, which is another clue?

D

Sometime between 1932 and 1934 a system ws introduced for ten towns and cities using numbers as well as letters. Birmingham was one of these.

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