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Wellingborough School JTC cap badge circa 1940-48.Scarce die-stamped bronzed example following the

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Wellingborough School JTC cap badge circa 1940-48.
Scarce die-stamped bronzed example following the design of the Northamptonshire Regiment
Hugh King Collection<\P>

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Bosleys Military Auctioneers
Wellingborough School JTC cap badge circa 1940-48.
Scarce die-stamped bronzed example following the design of the Northamptonshire Regiment
Hugh King Collection<\P>

Military Badge Auction

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