WW1 British MGC Machine Gun Corps Cap Badge


WW1 British MGC Machine Gun Corps Cap Badge

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The WW1 British MGC Machine Gun Corps Cap Badge is a historical artifact from the First World War, representing the elite Machine Gun Corps (MGC) of the British Army. Formed in 1915 to provide specialized machine gun support to infantry units, the MGC played a crucial role in trench warfare, delivering sustained firepower that was vital for both offensive and defensive operations. This cap badge, typically worn on the peaked caps of MGC personnel, is a symbol of service and bravery. Crafted with intricate detail, it often features crossed Vickers machine guns, a royal crown, and the initials “MGC” prominently displayed. Collectors and history enthusiasts value this badge not only for its craftsmanship but also for its historical significance, providing a tangible connection to the soldiers who operated these formidable weapons during some of the most intense battles of the war.


WW I (1914-18)





Region of Origin

Great Britain

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