Identification required please! Royal army medical corps badge

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Rambocantona
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Identification required please! Royal army medical corps badge

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Hi all
Managed 2 hour stint,while gf and son at kids party!
Pulled few buttons,1935 George half penny and a cap badge perhaps ?
Any ideas of year or any info ?
Using the trusty old bounty hunter quick silver šŸ˜Š
Cheers Rambo
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WW 1.
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Nox 800, 15" coil & Garrett carrot.
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Ty Brother

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I spent 25 years in the RAMC and this is definitely a WW1 era cap badge. Well saved ::g

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