Original Royal Navy WWll HMS Guardian Screen Badge
HMS Guardian was a World War II-era net laying and photographic ship built in 1932 and scrapped in 1962
HMS Guardian served in the Indian Ocean between 1941 and 1942; she took part in the invasion of Madagascar and helped build a base in the Maldives at Addu Atoll in 1942 in case Ceylon fell into Japanese hands
In 1952, HMS Guardian was taken out of the reserve fleet storage on the River Tamar between Devonport and Saltash and towed to Newport for a refit and modernisation which was completed in 1954 when she was mothballed and returned to rejoin the reserve fleet at Plymouth
A very rare and collectable screen badge made of bronze, in original condition and paintwork
57cm Height x 43cm Width
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We have been the World’s largest dealers in these original Royal Navy artefacts for over twenty years now, the bulk of our stock coming directly from invitation by the Royal Navy and the Royal Navy Museum in Portsmouth Dockyard.
In a market full of souvenirs & fakes, we are are proud to present to you these, the ‘Real McCoy,’ in which to confidently invest, and wholeheartedly enjoy
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