Royal Navy WW2 Boat Badge – HMS Camperdown 1945
HMS Camperdown Battle Class Destroyer
Built by Fairfields, launched on 8 February 1944 and commissioned on 18 June 1945
HMS Camperdown did not see action during the Second World War. In 1946, she deployed to the Far East as part of the 19th Destroyer Flotilla.
She was put back into service in 1953 and formed part of the Fleet Review to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on the Solent, a record of which can be found displayed on board the Royal Yacht Britannia
In 1960, HMS Camperdown joined the 1st Destroyer Squadron, with spells with the Home and Mediterranean Fleets, and she was finally scrapped at Faslane 1970
Wooden back mount 8.5in 22cm height
Badge 6in 15cm Dia
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