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English Navy uniform set of Vice-Admiral George Napier Tomlin, Commander Allied Squadron in support of the White Army during the Russian Revolution, includes sword & scabbard, epaulettes, hat and tole decorated case; image credit on full record.

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Uniform Set; English Navy, Dress, Epaulettes Hat & Sword, Case, Admiral Tomlin.

English tole cased four piece dress uniform set, originally belonging to Royal Navy Vice-Admiral George Napier Tomlin (1875 to 1947), commander of the Allied Squadron in support of the White Army during the Russian Revolution and sailing on the HMS Liverpool (active 1909-1921).

The set comprised of a gilt brass and shagreen mounted steel dress sword and scabbard (24.5" long), a pair of Gieves Limited, London, gold and silver epaulettes (5.5" wide by 7.5" long), and an Admiral's dress hat trimmed in gold (7.75" long), along with a fitted grained tole decorated storage case lined in the period scarlet velvet, accompanied by a bound series of photocopies of notices and clippings recording the life and career of Vice-Admiral Tomlin....[more information available via subscription]

p4A Item D9805710
Category:  militaria    Origin:  England
Type:  uniforms    Year:  1909 - 1921

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