'British-American' cap badge. This was a 'King's Colonials - Imperial Yeomanry' unit - B Squadron consisting for the most part of Canadians . It was essentially a British unit, raised (in that form) in 1901. In 1909 Crown Colonies attained status of Dominions, the term "Colonial Squadrons" was abolished and of a consequence, the Squadron badges were no longer made and replaced by one listing all Dominions. Offered here is a very nice and original example of the 'beaver' badge. Note there are many copies of this on the market. Darkened brass, very good details. 50mm x . Original lugs present (slightly bent). A superb looking badge. Item # Can-154 *SOLD*
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