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    British Eddystone Pattern 1914 with very early serial number

    938 is a pretty low number. Note the unusual size and shape of the "ERA."



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    They seem to use it longer:
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    The typo used on the OP rifle seems to be different from the rifle you had posted. The typo in your picture is identical to the one on later rifles.

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