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Old trousers

Hi 

I'd be very grateful for any advice as to the unit this chap belongs to.

I've tried to identify the cap badge but to no avail.

Thanks

 

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Polar Bear

Army Service Corps?

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The Inspector

Hi Old Trousers

I agree with Polar BearWW1 Army Service Corps ASC Cap Badge

Regards Barry

 

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Old trousers

Thank you chaps. 
Keep safe and well.

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peregrinvs

Apropos of nothing, I think that’s the first example of the webbing version 1903 Pattern belt I’ve seen worn in a contemporary photograph.

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Andrew Upton
4 hours ago, peregrinvs said:

Apropos of nothing, I think that’s the first example of the webbing version 1903 Pattern belt I’ve seen worn in a contemporary photograph.

 

They do crop up quite frequently - some examples posted on the forum before:

 

 

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