Edwardian letterhead crest

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Edwardian letterhead crest

Postby plbramham » Sun Jan 13, 2013 10:44 am

An Edwardian (King’s Crown) letterhead crest for the Kings Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.
The” IV” refers to the regiment’s origins in the 4th Regiment of Foot. (See http://www.britishempire.co.uk/forces/a ... caster.htm )
Following The Kings Own amalgamation with The Border Regiment in 1959 to become The King’s Own Royal Border Regiment, the “IV” insignia was worn as cloth sleeve badge by the KORBR.
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