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Hi.

 

attached is a photo of a friend's Grandfather. We believe he was in the Royal Artillery in WW1, and his cap badge appears to fit the shape. My friend remembers his Grandfather having large artillery shell cases (approx. 12 - 18 inches (30-45 cm) high) and the nose cone of a shell, as souvenirs at home.

 

Are we correct? Are there any other features that would identify / confirm what regiment he was in?

 

Many thanks

 

Kevin

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22 minutes ago, Kevin WS said:

Hi.

 

attached is a photo of a friend's Grandfather. We believe he was in the Royal Artillery in WW1, and his cap badge appears to fit the shape. 

 

Are we correct? Are there any other features that would identify / confirm what regiment he was in?

 

 

 

 

His name might help

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jay dubaya

Yep Royal Artillery cap badge although this could be Field, Garrison or Horse. Indulge us with a name...

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