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    WW1 Royal Engineers Trench Art Copper Rings.

    WW1 Royal Engineers Trench Art Copper Rings.

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    WW1 Royal Engineers Trench Art Copper Rings.

    An unusual Great War souvenir in the form of four copper rings. The first engraved 100719 RE the second engraved “HP” within a wreath. The third engraved with a horseshoe, pincers and hammer. The fourth plain. GC (4 items)

    Made by 100719 Sapper Herbert Payne who landed in France on the 1st September 1915.

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    Additional Information

    Code

    20948 (MZ-41030)

    Period

    WW1

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