Brass Admiral Plaque

Brass Admiral Plaque

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Our brass Admiral plaque is a sign for the Admiral of the house. Nelson had a long and distinguished career in the navy, starting as an Ordinary-Seaman and Coxswain aboard HMS Raisonnable in 1771. He had his first command in 1781 as Captain aboard Ablemarie and eventually became a Vice-Admiral of the blue in 1801 and Vice-Admiral of the White in 1804.

Brass plaque that comes with its own fixing screws.

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