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Saucepan

Museum Library Archive

Object number

LDVAL 4208/8

11747

The Africa Star

Museum Library Archive

Description

The Africa Star medal and ribbon. The Star was instituted in 1943 to be awarded for operational service between the Italian declaration of war (10 June 1940) and the end of operations in North Africa (12 May 1943), for 1 or more days’ service in No…

Object number

LDVAL 2009.1.3

11215

The France and Germany Star

Museum Library Archive

Description

The France and Germany Star medal and ribbon. The Star was awarded for one or more days’ service in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands or Germany between 1944-1945.
Awarded to Mr G. Hagon of Alibon Road Dagenham Essex, born 29th November 1903…

Object number

LDVAL 2009.1.4

11216

The 1939-1945 Star

Museum Library Archive

Description

The 1939 0 1945 Star medal and ribbon. This medal was awarded for any period of operational service overseas between 3 Sep 1939 and 8 May 1945 (2 Sep 1945 in the Far East). The criteria are 180 days’ service between these dates.
Awarded to Mr G. Ha…

Object number

LDVAL 2009.1.5

11217

War Medal 1939-1945

Museum Library Archive

Description

The War Medal 1939-1945. The medal was awarded to all full time personnel who completed twenty-eight days service (operational or non-operational) during the qualifying dates.
Awarded to Mr G. Hagon of Alibon Road Dagenham Essex, born 29th November 1…

Object number

LDVAL 2009.1.1

11213

The Defence Medal 1939-1945

Museum Library Archive

Description

The Defence Medal 1939-1945. The medal was instituted in May 1945 to recognise non-operational service from the outbreak of war (3 September 1939) to V.E. Day (8 May 1945) in Europe and to V.J. Day (2 September 1945) overseas. The qualifying service …

Object number

LDVAL 2009.1.2

11214

Photograph

Museum Library Archive

Description

B/W photograph showing the Roundhouse Embassy Band. The pianist in the photograph is Edwin (Eddie) Orford, maternal uncle of the donor. Mr Orford lived in Upton Park. The Roundhouse P.H. was built in 1935/36 at the junction of Lodge Avenue and Porter…

Object number

LDVAL 2006.15.3

600

Fosbery & Co Life belt

Museum Library Archive

Description

A life belt made by Fosbery & Co., Barking. Believed to come from the Queen Mary Liner in the 1930s. Fosbery & Co., Barking (sometimes called Fosbery & Co., London) were a Barking based manufactures of life saving devices. They not only provided the …

Object number

LDVAL 2005.42.1

Creator

Fosbery & Co.

434

Soda Syphon

Museum Library Archive

Description

Large glass soda syphon with red and cream plastic toper. Belonged to Trevor Penn Deane who was a policeman at Ilford Police Station, and who lived in Becontree Avenue, Dagenham

Object number

LDVAL 2004.19.2

160

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