WWI CEF 167th Battalion Cap badge (lot #2)
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Above are the scans for a WWI 167th CEF Battalion cap badge. It is of browning brass composition with both welded lugs original and in good order. Maker marked "Caron Freres Montreal" and dated (unusual) 1916. Generally very clean with little wear from field use.
The 167th (Canadien-Français) Battalion, CEF was a unit in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War. Headquartered in Quebec City, Quebec. The unit began recruiting during the winter of 1915/16. The unit never sailed for England and on January 15, 1917, became the Quebec Recruiting Depot. The 167th (Canadien-Francais) Battalion, CEF Officer Commanding was Lieut-Col. O. Readman.
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