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I have received the following self explanatory email from Lt. Col. (?) Geoffrey A Waller, USA (retd).

Can anyone assist?

Dear Sir, I am writing in the hopes that you may be able to assist me. I have the shell of a rope tension 6th Bn Lancashire Fusilers regimental drum that I am trying to restore. I have been in touch with Potters of Adlershot but they are at a loss as to what colors were used on the top and bottom batter hoops. We have located a black an white photo but that obviously is of no help. Would you have any reference as to what colors where used on the drums. The shell emblazon itself is of a light green color but it is hard to tell if that is just faded or was the original color. Any help you could render would be most appreciated. Thank you.

Sincerely,

LTC Geoffrey A. Waller, USA (ret)

Geoff P

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