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D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.
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[The Likely Lads]

Studio portrait of two privates and a corporal in the Pembroke Yeomanry. The private in the centre of the photo holds a bugle and wears a bugler's trade badge.

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

[Three Royal Marines]

Studio portrait of three Royal Marines, identifiable by their trident shoulder patches, and in the case of the middle soldier, his cap badge pinned to his left breast.

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

[Two Bandsmen]

Studio portrait of two bandsmen, probably Pembroke Yeomanry. The bandsman standing is a corporal wearing what appears to be the King's South Africa Medal (no clasps).

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

[Two Soldiers]

Three-quarter length studio portrait of two young soldiers in WW1 uniform. One is standing, the other sitting. The soldier sitting has collar badges of a pioneer battalion, two overseas service chevrons, a signallers skill-at-arms badge and an arm...

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

[Two soldiers and a civilian.]

Studio portrait of a Lance Corporal in the South Wales Borderers and a private in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers standing either side of a seated civilian who appears to be wearing a discharge badge.

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

[Two soldiers, one a bandsman]

Full-length studio portrait of two privates, one in the uniform of a bandsman. The private in standard uniform is wearing the Imperial Service badge implying that he is a member of a territorial unit.

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

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