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ADMIRAL SIR HENRY BERTRAM PELLY'S WHITE NAVAL ENSIGN, BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN FLOWN ABOARD H.M.S. TIGER DURING THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND, 31 MAY-1st JUNE, 1916

Sold for £1,100


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ADMIRAL SIR HENRY BERTRAM PELLY'S WHITE NAVAL ENSIGN, BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN FLOWN ABOARD H.M.S. TIGER DURING THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND, 31ST MAY–1ST JUNE, 1916

constructed in stitched woollen bunting with canvas sleeve stencilled with maker's marks for Kirk, Hall & Co., Kidacre Street, Leeds, 1915 and 4 BDS Ensign White, pierced with brass suspension studs and brass hook attachments -- 51 x 34in. (130 x 87cm.); together with cap tallies from H.M.Ships Tiger, Bryony and Invincible

Auction: Maritime and Scientific Models, Instruments & Art ('Hesperus'), Tue, 30th Apr 2019

Pictures and Naval - 1-61

Sailor Art - 65-97

Shipwreck and East India Co. - 100-125

Collectables inc. Rowing, Liner and Fittings - 128-167

Instruments 170-249

Ship Models - 250-287

 

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