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Royal Navy WW2 Screen Badge – HMS Vansittart 1919

HMS Vansittart was an Admiralty Modified W Destroyer

Built by William Beardmore and Company, Dalmuir

HMS Vansittart saw service in WW2. She was responsible for the sinking of U 102 by the use of depth charges, on 1 July, 1940. As it happened, U 102 had just recently destroyed one of its only victims, the British merchant SS Clearton, in approximately the same general region. HMS Vansittart went on to save the survivors of the SS Clearton, who numbered 26 people. During her career she went under one reconstruction, to serve as a long range escort

In1946, HMS Vansittart was sold for scrap

Bronze Screen Badge

Dimensions :

Mount : 42cm x 28cm

Badge : 38.5 x 25cm

8 kg

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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