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Royal Navy - H.M.S. Rinaldo Menu Holder, 1909
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Royal Navy - H.M.S. Rinaldo Menu Holder, 1909

Measurements: Height: 3.75cm (1.5in)

£185

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Silver. In the former of a life belt. The circular base inscribed ‘H.M.S. Rinaldo’. Maker’s mark of J.W. Barrett. Hallmarked 1909.

H.M.S. Rinaldo was a Condor class 10-gun screw steel sloop that served in south east Asia. In 1904 she carried medical assistance to Brunei during smallpox outbreak. By 1914 she was tender and training ship for the naval reserve at Devonport, before undertaking war service in west, south and east Africa until the Armistice. She was sold for breaking in October 1921.

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