London, South Kensington
25 May 2006
A PAINTED CAST-IRON ADMIRALTY WARDROOM BADGE FROM H.M.S. VANGUARD (1944)
mounted on a wooden shield with brass plate engraved H.M.S. VANGUARD WARDROOM -- 33½in. (85cm.) high; together with a 19th-century brass tiller yoke; and a partial set [five] of copper grog measures
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Vanguard was broken up at Faslane in 1960.
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