I have been searching for a few months now and can find what i am looking for.
my grandfather served in the army throughout ww2, unfortunately he died in 1973 of cancer.
Its going to be my dads 60th soon and i thought it might be a good idea to offer him a tattoo of his fathers cap badge.
We was part of the Prince Albert light infantry. A picture of his cap badge is attached however i am looking for a drawing or sketch of it that i can take to a tattoo place. the problem is the ones on the internet are low quality and hard to digitize.
Can anyone on here help me out with this? perhaps someone has a high quality drawing of it?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Have you tried to contact the Regimental Veteran's Association? Otherwise the Inspector of Regimental Colours (which also handles Cap Badges) at the College of Arms could be of assistance. But I guess in that case a fee will be involved.
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