Cap badge - any ideas what regiment? - Middlesex Regiment

Discussion in 'British Army Units - Others' started by mac657, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. mac657

    mac657 Junior Member

    Does anybody have any idea what regiment this cap badge belongs to? It looks vaguely familiar to me but i can't place it.

    Thanks

    Mac.
     

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  2. idler

    idler GeneralList Patron

    Looks like it's the Middlesex Regiment.
     
  3. bamboo43

    bamboo43 Very Senior Member

    I'd go along with that.:)
     

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  4. wtid45

    wtid45 Very Senior Member

    I'd go along with that.:)

    Motion carried:)
     
  5. bamboo43

    bamboo43 Very Senior Member

    Motion carried:)
    :)
     
  6. mac657

    mac657 Junior Member

    Thanks very much gents. It wasn't what i was thinking of !
     
  7. Staffsyeoman

    Staffsyeoman Member

    Minor point of order, Mr Chairman; Mr Bamboo has actually illustrated an officer's bronze badge of a Territorial Battalion of the Middlesex Regiment (as indicated by the blank 'Albuhera' scroll) - a very nice badge - but technically anachronistic for WW2. Meanwhile, back at the point - I fully agree, Middlesex Regiment. (Which for 30-odd years seemed to be the only cap badge available to costume departments in TV drama!)
     
  8. Smudger Jnr

    Smudger Jnr Our Man in Berlin

    Staffs yeoman,

    Is this the correct one?

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    Regards
    Tom
     
  9. bamboo43

    bamboo43 Very Senior Member

    Minor point of order, Mr Chairman; Mr Bamboo has actually illustrated an officer's bronze badge of a Territorial Battalion of the Middlesex Regiment (as indicated by the blank 'Albuhera' scroll) - a very nice badge - but technically anachronistic for WW2. Meanwhile, back at the point - I fully agree, Middlesex Regiment. (Which for 30-odd years seemed to be the only cap badge available to costume departments in TV drama!)

    Point gladly taken Staffsyeoman. It was the first example I came across that clarified the style and shape in the original photograph.:)
     

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