Silver Royal Artillery Stamp Box 1953
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English well-made small silver lidded
rectangular hinged Stamp box with under
compartment to hold a memo pad.
Hallmarked in London dated 1953.
Included with the celebration mark of the
Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
Maker: Garrard & Co
The lid hand engraved with military crest,
Entwined owners initials and mottos of The
Size: 2 ½ inches x 2 ½ inches x 1 inch (approx)
Weight: 60 grams
Condition: Excellent/ minor surface scratches
Since it is present in every campaign in which the British Army fights,
the Royal Artillery does not have Battle Honours.
Instead, it has the motto and battle honour Ubique ("Everywhere"), granted by William IV in 1833.
Its subsidiary motto is Quo fas et gloria ducunt ("Where Right and Glory Lead").
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- Garrard & Co
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