Found by a footpath in Branville - bought by me from Ebay in a job lot rusty coins ... WW1 colleague says 'According to " British Army Uniforms & Insignia of World War Two" Brian.L. Davis ( recommend by another Forum Pal- but can't remember who at present) numbers in the block 1842001 - 2303000 were allocated to the Royal Engineers. ' No CWGC for 1918441 Langton Wondered if this was a possibility? 591st Parachute Squadron, RE 591st Parachute Squadron RE 22nd August 1944 Place: Branville Squadron move forward to BRANVILLE. Verge clearing. Engineer recce carried out. One section in support of 1 RUR on assault of River Touques. 23rd August 1944 Place: Branville General recce carried out of River Touques. 24th August 1944 Place: Branville German Bridging Equipment collected and bridging of River Touques at Roncheville commenced at 1200 hrs. Bridge open at 1800 hrs. Great help by F.F.I.