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QSA naming styles to South African officers 2 years 1 month ago #56127

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QSA naming styles to South African officers 2 years 1 month ago #56128

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Captain & Adj Russwurm, NMR & KFS. QSA impressed. KSA engraved.



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Captain Vans Agnew, Roberts Horse.

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Capt Girdlestone, Nesbitt's Horse.

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A very interesting set of pictures - any ideas why the variation between engraved and impressed, is it due to date of issue, unit status (fighting vs TG) or?
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