Royal Navy WW1 Boat Badge – HMS Constance 1916
HMS Constance was a C-class light cruiser
Built by Cammell Laird
HMS Constance was assigned to the 4th Light Cruiser Squadron of the Grand Fleet from her commissioning until 1919, taking part in the Battle of Jutland on 31 May-1 June 1916
After World War I, HMS Constance was assigned to the 8th Light Cruiser Squadron on the North American and West Indies Station from 1919 to 1926
She became the flagship of the Portsmouth Reserve
HMS Constance was assigned to the 5th Cruiser Squadron on the China Station from 1928 to 1930
She was scrapped in Scotland in June 1936
Badge 5.5in 14cm diameter
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