London: Battersea Boy Scouts, 1919. Photograph. The Battersea troop were one of the earliest scouting organizations "The British Boy Scouts was founded in 1908 as the Battersea Boy Scouts, a local association of Scout troops." wiki. Two gelatin silver photographs measuring 6-1/4 inches tall x 8 inches wide [card mount is 10 x 12 inches ] and 3-1/4 inches tall x 3-1/4 inches wide [card mount is 5-1/2 x 5-1/2 inches] respectively. Larger photo and mount are Fair Only having pin holes along top edge, scattered soil, staining and edge wear with some silver mirroring to print. Mount with a small water stain and "Stacey Ward's Studios / Willesden Green / & Battersea" at lower right corner. Smaller photo is VG+ with minor toning to card mount and "20th Battersea / S.W. London. / Victory Camp / July 1919. / Conwil S. Wales" written in blue ink on verso. Very Good Plus and Fair Only. Item #3483
Note that the flag bearer in both photos is wearing the same crumpled, wavy brimmed hat and a shirt with the same white, vertical pocket stripes on his left breast pocket.
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