Possible WW2 Medal

nkellam22

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Feb 9, 2019
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Metal Detecting
I found this item in a park in Australia that used to be a training camp for WW2 soldiers.
I have found a lot of stuff relating to WW2 in the area from bullets to buttons to badges.
It may not be military but given where I found it I figure it could be.
Its made of lead with what I think is copper plating on the front.
Any help is appreciated.

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Thanks!
 

My first thought was that it's not 'military related', but it's likely a horse bridle rosette. :thumbsup:

It looks much older then WWII to me. :icon_scratch:

Nice find,
Dave
 

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My first thought was that it's not 'military related', but it's likely a horse bridle rosette. :thumbsup:

It looks much older then WWII to me. :icon_scratch:

Nice find,
Dave
Agreed 19th C.
 

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If it helps the park where I found it in was called St Ives Showground and housed the Ku Ring Gai regiment from 1941 until the end of the war.
I don't mind giving up the location because since finding this I have moved countries so feel free to steal the spot if you're in the area.
 

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