WW1 Cap Badge 7th (Ardwick) T.A Bn. Manchester Regiment CB.1007
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The Manchester regiment primarily wore the coat of arms “Tram Conductors” style cap badge, with the exception of the 7th (Ardwick) Territorial Battalion, who wore the ornate fleur-de-lys style badge. The whole regiment changed over to a plain brass fleur-de-lys style badge in 1923, whilst the 7th Bn remained the same. The badge became white metal some time shortly after WW2. The Manchester regiment merged with the King’s regiment (Liverpool) in 1958, to become The King’s Regiment (Manchester and Liverpool) and adopted the badge of the Lancastrian Brigade.
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