1212

1212


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10 Nov 73 - Stage Exercise Absalon Express - ASB N6 Mks.657 Kalundborg-Landebaek - 200 Hovercraft trials Sqn. R.C.T.

1213

1213


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20 Mar 74 - Gosport - Exercise Whitebait Cleethorpes-Lee-on-Solent via Regwell Bay and Dover.

1214

1214


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9 Jul 74 - Gosport - Interservice Hovercraft Unit SRnN6 Mk.5 XT 657. First Flight I.H.V. (Trial and Acceptance). Pilot: Lt. Copus RN and Navigator: P.O. Tew.

1215

1215


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28 Jun 77 - BFPS 5277 - Silver Jubilee Review of Fleet at Spithead. Official Royal Navy Commemorative cover. 10p Silver Jubilee stamp.

1216

1216


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28 Jun 77 - BFPS 5277 - Silver Jubilee Review of Fleet at Spithead. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with blue Royal Yacht carried on board - Queen's Silver Jubilee Appeal Official cover.

1217

1217


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28 Jun 77 - Gosport Hants - Silver Jubilee stamp. Royal Review of the Fleet Spithead by HM The Queen and HRH Prince Philip.

70683Susa

70683Susa


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USA Medal of Honor FDC Signed Richard H O'Kane USA Navy Submarine Cdr WW11
7 Jun 1983 Washington FDC Postmark on USA 20c Medal of Honor Stamp
Personally Signed by Rear Admiral Richard H O'Kane Medal of Honor Recipient
died 16th February 1994 was a United States Navy Submarine commander in WW11, who received a Medal of Honor for his service on the Tang. He also served on the Wahoo, as executive officer and approach officer. He participated in more successful attacks on Japanese shipping than any other submarine officer during the war. O'Kane was captured by the Japanese when Tang was sunk in the Formosa Strait by her own flawed torpedo (a circular run of a Mark 18) during a surface night attack on October 24-25, 1944 details enclosed.

030392BS

030392BS


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NEW £85.00 03 03 932 Oslo 80th Anniversary Titanic Exhibition Opening Day. Personally Signed by Miss Beatrice Sandstrom . Titanic Survivor. Rescued by the Crew of RMS Carpathia 15th April 1912. Certified Copy no 28 of 100. Signed.