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Just wondering if anyone has any idea who may have used this? It appears that the word “Police” has been etched into it? Any ideas greatly appreciated! 1CAAFA62-E687-4CD8-8042-A3EB4302D0D7.jpeg.708a395aedd709dbdc232625be31fe5f.jpeg

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20 hours ago, grn78mgb said:

Just wondering if anyone has any idea who may have used this? It appears that the word “Police” has been etched into it? Any ideas greatly appreciated! 1CAAFA62-E687-4CD8-8042-A3EB4302D0D7.jpeg.708a395aedd709dbdc232625be31fe5f.jpeg

the bottom part could it be Central Division Head Quarters ......just a guess Dave . you know anyone with vintage RCMP books seen some for sale on ebay before. perhaps your answer could be in these history books

 

 

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CDHQ Canadian Divisional Headquarters  ?????
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I was thinking possibly Civil Defence Headquarters on the bottom?

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2 hours ago, grn78mgb said:

I was thinking possibly Civil Defence Headquarters on the bottom?

makes a lot of sense . and would this be badge models of the 40's ?

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..interesting item - RCM&P" does not show up as a term/abbreviation  in any military service record in all the Canadian military Archive records on this site http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/military-heritage/pages/military-abbreviations.aspx    - so thinking not military at this point as the term would be here if anywhere - especially if they had badges made up and issued using that abbreviaton - but does this site include Civil Defense employee/department records - maybe not ? .  M & P might be for " Manufacturing & Processing"  ?.......yet the CDHQ is there - great teaser item !

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