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    Posted 8 years ago

    maggiemay
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    Can anyone tell me if this sweetheart brooch would be Ww1 or WW2 please? It is silver and the enamelling contains the initials H.A.C. At the top and below Arma Pacis Fulcra.
    I know there were similar brooches in both Wars but wonder if the lettering reveals any info on date.

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    1. ron1939 ron1939, 8 years ago
      Honourable Artillery Company. [ Arma pacis Fulcra]
      Armed Strength for Peace Formed 1537 By King Henry v111
      Second oldest Military Organization in world after Swiss Guard.
      Named By Queen Victoria 1860
    2. maggiemay, 8 years ago
      Thanks for the info, I think they were still fighting in both World Wars so cannot be sure which this Brooch dates from.

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