Mark A. Reid wrote:Hello All;
Again, definitely not an Artillery expert, but would not the presence of the Good Conduct chevron on the wearer's RIGHT arm suggest a date before 1881?
Mark A. Reid wrote:Thanks Frogsmile, I learn something new every day.
grumpy wrote:If the photo was at Home, as has been said above, I doubt if it was much later than 1882 or so.
The good conduct badges HAD to be moved sharpish, to avoid 4- badge men being mistaken for QM sergeants, which would not have gone down well with such senior soldiers.
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