Royal Navy HMS Liverpool Jackstaff Crown – 1980
HMS Liverpool was a Royal Navy Type 42 Destroyer
Built by Cammell Laird in Birkenhead and launched in 1980
She was part of Naval Task Group 03, intended to take part in exercises in the Far East as part of the Five Power Defence Arrangement. The task force was, instead, sent to the Persian Gulf where they took part in the 2003 Iraq War
The naval crown or coronet has been used as a badge for hundreds of years and on the jackstaffs since at least Victorian times. These crowns come in different sizes depending on the size of the ship. It is flown the Union Jack when the ship is in territorial waters or in harbour.
Gold painted exterior and red interior
With holes around the base for mounting.
Super marine collectable and decorative piece.
Height 4.5in 11.5cm
Top width 8.5in 22cm
Hole base 6.5in 16.5cm
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