Manchester Regiment Fleur-de-Lis Collar Badge

31 Oct


This is an original military collar badge from the Manchester Regiment. It is in the style of fleur-de-lis or flower of lily, a stylised lily, made by Marples & Beasley of Birmingham post 1923.

The collar badge measures 3.2 cm in length.


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