70th Light Battery, Royal Artillery - A set of Elizabeth II Menu Holders, 1964
70th Light Battery, Royal Artillery - A set of Elizabeth II Menu Holders, 1964
70th Light Battery, Royal Artillery - A set of Elizabeth II Menu Holders, 1964
70th Light Battery, Royal Artillery - A set of Elizabeth II Menu Holders, 1964
70th Light Battery, Royal Artillery - A set of Elizabeth II Menu Holders, 1964
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70th Light Battery, Royal Artillery - A set of Elizabeth II Menu Holders, 1964

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3cm (1.1in) x 3.5cm (1.4in) x 3.7cm (1.4in)

 

Silver. Set of three gun badge menu holders, each set on a base with chamfered corners and inscribed with the names of bases occupied during the Borneo Confrontation - ‘70th Light Battery / Stass’, ‘70th Light Battery /Seriken’ and ‘70th Light Battery / Bukit Knuckle’. Maker’s mark of the Crown Jeweller Garrard & Co., 112 Regent Street, London. Cased.

The Indonesia–Malaysia confrontation or Borneo confrontation was a violent conflict from 1963 to 1966 that stemmed from Indonesia's opposition to the creation of the Federation of Malaysia.