Inscriptions & markings
Royal Australian Navy
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Royal Australian Navy
Coldstream Guards Royal Army Chaplains' Department Padre Cyril J Starling Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense
Returned & Services League Australia Presented to Briagolong RSL with best wishes on your 50th Anniversary Heyfield RSL 6-4-96
Royal Army Chaplains' Department 'In this sign Conquer' Major (Padre) Cyril J Starling CG, SWB, Royal Welsh, ACF (Mons)
8cm X 12cm 2/15 Battalion Plaque
2/15Battalion Patch (Blue on Green on Grey T symbol) above scroll 'caveat hostes'
1942 Japanese 50 sen note
Serial Number 515
Framed Plaster of Paris Crest, Keyhole style, HMAS Voyager, blue bachground showing single sail Viking Ship.Crest is topped by Gallion and two sails. Title Inscription and brief details of Voyager Melbourne Collision.
HMAS Voyager, Qua Fata Vocant (Where Fate Calls) At 2056 hours, 10th February 1964, during Naval Excises off the NSW coast, HMAS Voyager crossed the bows of the Aircraft Carriew HMAS Melbourne and was sliced in two. 82 sailors perished in the dister. lLest we Forget.
plaque, h m a s voyager
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