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I came across this photo amongst a deceased relatives belongings. It was on the inside lid of an old wooden trunk along with a Lancashire Fusiliers crest.

Could anyone tell me if this photo is of the Lancashire Fusiliers. The relative did serve in WWII, but not in the LF, so I'm keen to try and trace who originally owned it. There seems to be some marking on the trunk indicating it may have been in India at some point.

Any opinions or help on the photo greatly appreciated.

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