£350.00 (ex. VAT)

HMS Sir John Moore , 1915 WWI Lord Clive-Class Monitor

Built by Scotts Greenock

Named after Sir John Moore, a British general of the Peninsula War who was killed in action during the Battle of Corunna. Her 12″ main battery was stripped from the obsolete Majestic-class battleship Hms Hannibal, which had been converted into a troopship.

The Lord Clive class monitors were built in 1915 to engage German shore artillery and positions in occupied Belgium during WW1.

HMS Sir John Moore, with her sisters, was regularly engaged in this service in the Dover Monitor Squadron, bombarding German positions along the coast and someway inland with their heavy guns.

Scrapped in 1921.

Dimensions :

Mount 17 x17cm

700g weight

We have been the Worlds 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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