People have asked us about displaying coins - I am thinking I might get some mounts cut so that the coins sit in, then frame something like this - what do you think?
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For our customers who buy on eBay -some patches have been listed today
I think course patches are so topical and colourful - do you collect them?
Sometimes you go somewhere for a meeting and you get very lucky especially if you are a Reds fan - signed by 7 ex Team Leaders❤
Still clearing the garage and came across some of these - this story is truly humbling and having met this fine man a number of times I am always in awe of his service.
A Print of a painting by Dugald Cameron
Limited Edition of 210 copies. 16.5”x 14”
John Alexander Cruickshank VC was born on the 20th May, 1920 in Aberdeen. He is the last surviving holder of a Royal Air Force Victoria Cross and Battle of the Atlantic pilot. Scotland played a significant role in the Battle of the Atlantic with aircraft operating from no fewer than 27 bases around the coast. 260 Sunderland aircraft were built on the Clyde and control of the battle was managed from an underground Headquarters at Pitreavie Castle in Fife. During the four year campaign almost 11,000 airmen perished and for many there were no known graves.
No.1(F) Squadron ‘Exercise Atlantic Trident 17’ Patches now available – fully embroidered and backed with Velcro.
Strictly one per person due to the Limited number available (no bulk buying to give everyone a chance.)
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