£300.00 (ex. VAT)

HMS Charity Crown Top Badge 1944 Destroyer

HMS Charity was a C-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by John I. Thornycroft and Company of Woolston, Southampton on 9 July 1943.

HMS Charity served during the Korean War, then was sold to the Pakistan Navy via the United States Navy on 16 June 1958 and renamed Shah Jehan

Commissioned too late for service in the Second World War, HMS Charity’s pennant number was soon changed to D29. She formed part of the 14th (later 1st) Destroyer Squadron for service in the Mediterranean. HMS Charity saw service, along with other Royal Navy ships in preventing illegal immigration into Palestine in 1947.

Dimensions :

20cm x 16cm

6in x 8in

1.7kg 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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