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Scarce book / album detailing the work done during the first world war by Ruston & Hornsby Ltd Engineers of Lincoln who manufactured Aeroplanes , Aero Engines,Bombs and Ammunition, Mines, Marine engines, Traction wagons etc. The album / book has approx 124 pages with hundreds of illustrations and is of outstanding quality. Overall in very good condition for its age with slight staining to the front cover.
Medal in its original makers box commemorating xxx corps final advance into Germany, reverse reads - 1944 - 1945 Normandy Mount Pincon Crossing Of The Siene Brussels and Antwerp the advance to Arnhem the Ardennes the Reichswald crossing of the Rhine final advance into Germany.
Bronze medal approx 50 mm dia in very good condition the original box is sound with wear marks.
Letter written on Headquarters British Army of the Rhine headed paper and dated 22/3/1946 to Major A.K Hay from Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery. The handwritten letter is personally signed by Montgomery of Alamein. Letter comes with its envelope.
Royal Air Force Art Deco style sweetheart badge in its original box. The badge is in as new condition the box has some storage wear.
ATS medal awarded to the Lothian and Border Netball Team 1944. A good quality medal in its original box with makers name to lid - F Phillips Medallist and Silversmith, Aldershot.
A good well used example of a 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class. The medal is in uncleaned condition with its original well worn ribbon.
An early war example of the Womens Voluntary Services armband. Red printed lettering on green cloth background. Armband is in good used condition.
First World War "Rifle" sweetheart badge in sterling silver to The Norfolk Regiment. Good quality badge with pin fixing in working order and no damage to enamel.
First World War Tortoiseshell Lincolnshire Regiment sweetheart badge with silver rim and central engraved regimental badge. In good condition, pin fixing.
Royal Engineers Balloon School Commemorative Medal.
Produced to commemorate the first public flight of a Military Airship "Nulli Secundus" on 5/10/1907. The medal was presented to members of the Royal Engineers who were involved in the project or were serving at the Balloon School.
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