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Plaque, 1944 (c); hand carved by an Italian prisoner of war with the badge of the Corps of Royal Engineers, and motto 'HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE'; carved in relief; mounted on an upright block with a sloping face, possibly intended as a desk ornament. Crafts 1997-05-30
Fifteen regimental sweetheart brooches, 1939-1943 (c); silver and enamel made variously by James Fenton, Sydney and Company, Thomas L Mott and Company, George Atkins and Son, all hallmarked Birmingham; includes two pendants; tiepins; a lapel badge. Crafts 1997-08-60
One-pint tankard, 1940; pewter, hand-engraved on front side with coat of arms and scroll inscribed, 'May 1940 June Dunkirk Veteran's Association'; engraved on base, 'English Pewter Made in Sheffield England'; cylindrical wih inward-sloping sides, plain with stepped rim and lip, square-sectioned handle at side; belonged to Sapper Thomas Streeting, Royal Engineers. Crafts 1997-10-139
Photocopy, transcript and floppy disc of the diary of Dvr William Dalley, 77th Coy, Royal Engineers; diary covers the Bechuanaland Expedition, South Africa, 1884-1885, and includes an image of Dvr Dalley and other supporting documents. Archives 2003-04-218
Photocopy, transcript and floppy disc of the diary of Dvr William Dalley, 77th Coy, Royal Engineers; diary covers the Bechuanaland Expedition, South Africa, 1884-1885, and includes an image of Dvr Dalley and other supporting documents. Film and Videos 2003-04-218
2 Battalion REME Operation Agricola, Kosovo February - September 1999. Colour photolithograph after David Rowlands, 1999 (c); published by Saville Fine Arts, Bristol, 1999 (c); soldiers oversee the loading and preparing of tanks; signed lower right, 'David Rowlands'; associated with Operation AGRICOLA, Kosovo (1999). Prints 2003-04-227
Photograph album of 323 photographs, 1938-1974; originally compiled by Capt Hubert Gervais Lennox Brain, 6th Royal Bn, Instructor of the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, 1938; presented by the Officers of the 13th Frontier Force Rifles, to The Royal Military College, Sandhurst, to give Cadets who wished to join the Indian Army an idea of life in the regiment; with other documents. Photographs 1965-04-64
36 photographs possibly collected by a member of the Royal Engineers during and just after the Boer War, including portraits and groups of Boers and Royal Engineers, monuments, entry into Ladysmith, views of towns and domestic scenes, 1900-1919 (c). Photographs 1986-04-53
Press cutting: Soldiers of the Empire: the heroes Britain forgot; published in 'The Guardian G2' supplement, 6 Nov 2002; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Archives 2003-05-2
31 photographs, 1829-1936 (c), including: portraits; 2nd Bengal Lancers formed up; sports meeting; groups mainly relating to the Hearsey family; car; view of Ypres cathedral. Photographs 1986-04-87
Kitbag, 1954 (c); displays the service number of P Magoolan, Royal Engineers, who served in Singapore during his National Service; stamped, '22347016/ Magoolan P/ Royal Engineers/ DCCJA/ Singapore. Equipment, general 2003-05-163
183 photographs associated with Pte William Harvey Goodyear, 2nd Bn Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment), 1900-1908; taken in Egypt and Palestine, 1916 (c)-1918 (c), World War One (1914-1918). Photographs 2003-05-165
Twelve lantern slides, 1900-1908 (c); including: telegraph wagons; erecting air lines; fortifications erected during annual camp; interior of Headquarters showing instructional models; foot inspection; pay parade; associated with the Corps of Royal Engineers, Boer War (1899-1902). Photographs 1986-07-11
Seven colour photolithographs associated with British Army, Northern Ireland (1969-2007,.after Ken Howard, 1970-1979; published by Ken Howard, 1979 (c); Prints 1980-02-19
Five photographs showing exterior and interior views of new museum of Royal Engineers opened 30 Aug 1986; taken by the photographic section of the Royal School of Military Engineering. Photographs 1986-09-1
Two photographs showing the Royal Engineers Cricket Team, Chatham, 1914-1918. Photographs 1986-10-22
Queen's South Africa Medal 1899-1902, with clasps: Cape Colony, Defence of Ladysmith, South Africa 1901, awarded to Dvr W T Haysett, No 2 Balloon Section, Royal Engineers. Medals 1990-05-4
General Service Medal 1962-2007, clasp: Northern Ireland. Awarded to Sapper G Penman, Royal Engineers, Northern Ireland (1969-2007). Medals 1994-09-149
The Hook Position - Korea, 1953. Colour photolithograph after Terence Cuneo (1907-1996); published 1960 (c); Royal Engineers in action. Prints 1985-04-91
60 drawings in various media by Sgt Ralph Lillford, 121 Supply Platoon, Royal Army Service Corps, made during the artist's National Service in the Suez Canal Zone, Egypt 1953. Drawings and Watercolours 1993-10-256
Four scanned copies of a photograph of Cpl Douglas George Boyce, relating to his National Service with the Royal Engineers, 1954-1955. Photographs 2003-06-1
Two stylized figures, one of a woman, one of a man, on a chair, a grave effigy, 1880 (c); carved polished black hardwood, each made from one piece of timber, a copy of a funerary effigy from Kafiristan, India, near Afghanistan, 1880 (c). Crafts 1953-10-8
New Recruit Royal Engineers UK 1940. Watercolour over pencil, 1940; signed at lower right, 'John Ensor' by Arthur John Ensor, 1940; full-length portrait, seated in a folding chair, in battle dress and holding a rifle; inscribed verso as title; associated with World War Two, Home Front (1939-1945). Drawings and Watercolours 2003-06-15
Papers associated with Signalman Donald A Tracy, Royal Canadian Engineers, 1942-1945; associated with his life while in Canada training and abroad; letters start with his basic training in Ontario including his stay in Kingston Military Hospital and continue until his journey home in time for Christmas, 1945; associated with World War Two, North West Europe (1944-1945). Archives 2003-06-38
Major William Burnvill Holmes, Royal Engineers, 1874 (c). Miniature, watercolour on ivory, artist unknown, 1874 (c); in dark blue frock coat over a scarlet shell jacket with Indian Mutiny and India General Service medals; in white metal frame. Miniatures 1965-11-62
Sergeant's battle dress blouse, Royal Engineers, 1942 (c); with formation badge of the 49th Infantry Division, arm of service strip and unit serial number '40' on blue square sewn onto both upper sleeves above sergeants chevrons, wound stripe on lower left sleeve and five service chevrons on lower right sleeve. Uniforms 2003-06-49
Eleven buttons, badges and shoulder titles of various regiments of the British Army, 1915-1960 (c). Badges 1968-06-36
Tunic, forage cap, breeches, waistbelt and pair of puttees, service dress, other ranks', 1st or 2nd London Territorial Force, Corps of Royal Engineers, Army Service Corps, 1915 (c); associated with World War One (1914-1918). Uniforms 1979-12-17
Tunic, forage cap, breeches, waistbelt and pair of puttees, service dress, other ranks', 1st or 2nd London Territorial Force, Corps of Royal Engineers, Army Service Corps, 1915 (c); associated with World War One (1914-1918). Equipment, uniform 1979-12-17
Two medals: Territorial Efficiency Medal; Defence Medal 1939-45; and two rose emblems. Awarded to Col Sir Charles Wells, Royal Engineers, Territorial Army. Medals 1968-01-3
Second of two photograph albums of 144 photographs, 1900-1901, compiled by Sgn W H Harland, att 17th Lancers (probably 17th (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Lancers); associated with Army Medical Corps and the Boer War (1899-1902), 1900-1901. (Album dimensions: 19 x 28 x 5 cm). Photographs 1966-10-59
Framing of Blockhouse, 1901. Pen and ink and blue watercolour on silk, signed lower right 'Capt. R.E. Pretoria, 1901', 1901. Plan and elevation of the octagonal blockhouse erected at Rietfontein, 29 km west of Pretoria, by Pioneer Sergeant W C Leigh, 2nd Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment in May 1901. Drawings and Watercolours 1963-08-121
The Working Party. Colour photolithographic postcard of an oil painting by 2/Lt Richard Tennant Cooper, Royal Engineers, 1917 (c); published by the National Army Museum, 2003; depicts men on the Western Front laying wire at night, World War One (1914-1918). Prints 2003-07-243
27 colour photolithograph recruiting posters, 1980 (c); prepared for the Ministry of Defence (Army) by the Central Office of Information; published by the Ministry of Defence, 1980-1983. Prints 1984-01-74
Pouch badge, Royal Artillery, 1750 (c). Badges 1967-02-26
British Military Engineering through the ages. Colour photolithograph poster, 1772-1984; prepared by the Central Office of Information, for the Ministry of Defence; published by HMSO, Jan 1984; with text and illustrations: 'The Early History of Military Engineering', 'Two Great Generals', 'Mapping and Surveying', 'Innovations', 'The Second World War', and 'The Sappers Today'; associated with the Royal Engineers. Prints 1984-04-159
Hameln. Colour photolithograph after Ken Howard, 5 Aug 1979; published 1979; Royal Engineers practising bridge demolition, West Germany; associated with the Corps of Royal Engineers. Prints 1984-05-156
3 Field Squadron. Colour photolithograph after Ken Howard, 6 and 7 Apr 1981; published 1981 (c); Royal Engineers building a Security Forces base, South Armagh, Northern Ireland, 1981; associated with Northern Ireland (1969-2007). Prints 1984-05-159
Princess Marina College, Arborfield, REME Junior Leaders digging in, in a camouflaged position, 1983 (c). Colour photolithograph after Ken Howard, published, 1983 (c); with eight vignettes in the border, of college life and training activities; associated with junior leaders, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Prints 1984-05-167
Papers relating to Col G R Riddick, 3/6 Rajputana Rifles, 1936-1946 and REME, 1947-1956. Archives 1996-12-15-3
Buttons and badges associated with various regiments of the British Army and Belgian Army, 1855-1937. Badges 1967-07-28
LIEUT. COLONEL JERVOIS, R.E., 1861 (c). Steel engraving by D J Pound, published by Watkins, John and Charles, 1861 (c); seated, threequarter length in frock coat, inscribed at the bottom. Prints 1984-10-52
Lofoten Raid, 4 March, 1941. Coloured lithograph, possibly after L/Cpl Brian Joseph Mullen (1911-1944), No 4 Commando and Royal Engineers, 1941; depicting Army Commandos crouched in a landing craft assault moving up a fiord during the Lofoten Raid, World War Two, Norway (1940-1941). Prints 1984-09-20
Word processed and illustrated memoir, nd; concerning the National Service of Cfn Jack W Gillett, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers in the Suez Canal Zone (1953-1955); associated with Egypt (1945-1956). Archives 2003-08-61
Eleven photographs of operations during Jan 1945; from a collection of 563 loose photographs; associated with World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). From the Burma Memorial Collection of Maj James Allan. Photographs 1989-04-116-3033
from a collection of 563 loose photographs; associated with World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). From the Burma Memorial Collection of Maj James Allan. Photographs 1989-04-116-3048
Photograph of Chittagong Military Cemetery, India, taken by Sgt J H Cory, Royal Engineers Movement Control Staff, March 1946; from a collection of 563 loose photographs; from the Burma Memorial Collection of Maj James Allan; associated with World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). Photographs 1989-04-116-3108
Eight uniform items, other ranks' and officers', Derbyshire Yeomanry, Royal Scots Greys, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, Corps of Royal Engineers, and Universal pattern, 1916 (c)-1950. Uniforms 1983-02-38
With the Colours, 1903 (c). 16pp of lithographs and chromolithographs after Fred S Howard, published by Dean and Son Limited, 160A Fleet Street, London, nd, 1903 (c); children's book illustrating Army activities, showing 2nd Lifeguards, Infantry regiments, Royal Engineers, Army Service Corps and Royal Artillery. Prints 1984-07-105
Officer's lambskin, Dragoon Guards, Lancers, 14th (King's) Hussars, Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers, Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own), King's Royal Rifle Corps, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), Royal Irish Rifles, Army Service Corps, 1904, standard pattern, 1904. Horse Furniture 1985-01-12
Maj Sir Arnold Waters VC and Spr A Archibold VC/ Bridging the Oise Sambre canal under fire in November 1918. Colour photolithograph after Peter Archer, 1984; showing Maj Sir Arnold Waters VC and Sapper Adam Archibold VC, with 218th Field Coy, Royal Engineers, building a floating bridge across the canal under very heavy fire, the action for which they were both awarded the Victoria Cross; inscribed at bottom as title; associated with World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Prints 1984-11-40
Dieppe Raid/ 'Zero' Orange beach, 19th August 1942. Photograph of a charcoal drawing by L/Cpl Brian Joseph Mullen (1911-1944), No 4 Commando and Royal Engineers, 1942 (c); inscribed lower left as title and 'B J Mullen - 4 Commando'; relating to the Army Commandos; associated with the Dieppe Raid, World War Two, North West Europe (1939-1943). Prints 1984-09-15
520 glass negatives by Hill and Saunders, Windsor. Various military subjects. Photographs 1975-04-35
Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Medium Repair Group 7B. Pencil with colour notes by Robin Watt (Major C R G Watt, Royal Hussars), Gulf War (1990-1991), 15 Dec 1990. Drawings and Watercolours 1994-09-75
REME technicians repair a Warrior turret. Pencil on aerogramme by Robin Watt (Major C R G Watt, Royal Hussars), Gulf War (1990-1991), 15 Dec 1990. Drawings and Watercolours 1994-09-76
REME Recovery Vehicle Medium Repair Group 7B. Pencil by Robin Watt (Major C R G Watt, Royal Hussars), Gulf War (1990-1991), 16 Dec 1990. Drawings and Watercolours 1994-09-77
Uniform studies of Army Staff and all the regiments from the Life Guards to 10th Hussars, of various dates, 1742-1900 (c). Album of lithographs, containing two uncoloured and 115 coloured lithographs after Richard Simkin, 1742-1900 (c); made by Forster Groom and Company, London; including seven coloured by the artist and signed lower right, nd; associated with the Army Staff, Household Cavalry, Dragoon Guards, and the Light Cavalry. Prints 1982-04-150
Steel combat helmet, Mark V, with netting and attached fake foliage, 1956 (c)-1972 (c); used by Mr John Jackson who served in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers during his National Service in 1956-1958; the helmet liner is dated 1972 and is from Mr Jackson's later service in the Territorial Army. Armour 2003-09-40
Steel combat helmet, Mark V, with netting and attached fake foliage, 1956 (c)-1972 (c); used by Mr John Jackson who served in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers during his National Service in 1956-1958; the helmet liner is dated 1972 and is from Mr Jackson's later service in the Territorial Army. Equipment, general 2003-09-40
Housewife, nd; contains two cotton reels and two sewing needles mounted on card, three balls of grey cotton, safety pins, two thimbles, one set of six brass buttons and one set of six plastic buttons; used by John Jackson who served with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers during National Service, 1956 to 1958, he later served in the Territorial Army. Equipment, general 2003-09-41
Wooden clothes brush, 1955; printed on wood, 'Christopher Leno & Sons Ltd/ Warranted All Bristles/ (illegible print spelling one or two words) 1955'; associated with John Jackson, who served with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers during National Service, 1956 to 1958 and later served in the Territorial Army. Equipment, general 2003-09-42
First field dressing, 1943; manufactured by T I Smith and Nephew Limited of Hull; associated with John Jackson, who served with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers during National Service 1956 to 1958, and later served in the Territorial Army. Medical Equipment 2003-09-43
Tobacco tin for 'special Nosegay' cigarettes, containing nine metal uniform fittings, apparently from a waistbelt, nd; associated with John Jackson, who served with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers during National Service 1956 to 1958, and later served in the Territorial Army. Equipment, general 2003-09-44
Button stick, nd; associated with John Jackson, who served with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers during National Service 1956 to 1958, and later served in the Territorial Army. Equipment, general 2003-09-45
Bayonet frog, 1954; printed, 'M 1954 [broad arrow]/ CN/ 0997'; associated with John Jackson, who served with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers during National Service 1956 to 1958, and later served in the Territorial Army. Equipment, general 2003-09-46
MILITARY/ ABC. Children's book, a volume of chromolithographs after A G Buck and P W Reynolds, Dean's Gold Medal Series, 1889; published by Dean and Son, 1889. Prints 1983-10-45
OUR SOLDIERS. Children's book, a volume of chromolithographs, published by Frederick Warne and Company, 1890. Prints 1982-03-8
Shorts, officers', Corps of Royal Engineers, worn by Col D G Raschen, 1960 (c). Uniforms 1983-06-21
Uniform items worn by Mr John Jackson, who served with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers during National Service 1956 to 1958, and later served in the Territorial Army: pullover; pair of gloves; pair of socks; two collar studs; boot lace. Uniforms 2003-09-52
MILITARY/ ABC. Children's book, a volume of chromolithographs after A G Buck and P W Reynolds, 1889; Dean's Gold Medal Series, published by Dean and Son, 1889. Prints 1983-10-46
Shirt and two collars, Viyella, officers', Universal pattern, worn by Mr D P Bennett, 1939 (c). Uniforms 1983-06-6
Cap badge, other ranks', Royal Engineers, 1940 (c). Badges 1994-06-16
Cap badge, other ranks', Royal Canadian Engineers, 1940 (c). Badges 1994-06-41
National Service and Territorial Army papers of Cfn John Jackson with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 1956-1958; also a carrier pigeon booklet used by Cfn Jackson's father, Cpl W C Jackson whilst serving with 5th Bn Suffolk Regiment and Suffolk Yeomanry during World War One (1914-1918). Archives 2003-10-9
Papers of Lord Thomson of Cardington, 1902-1915; associated with Lt Col Christopher Birdwood Thomson (later Lord Thomson) (1875-1930), Royal Engineers, Boer War (1899-1902) and World War One (1914-1918). Archives 1988-08-63
MADRAS SAPPER 1914. Statuette, 1950 (c); Indian silver by Barton, no hallmark, 1950 (c); one of a pair, full-length figure, holding rifle before him with butt on the ground, on a tapering rectangular wooden plinth, with silver plaques; associated with Queen Victoria's Own Madras Sappers and Miners and Indian Army. Silver 1953-10-67
File of typescript course notes, Bomb Disposal School and Training Centre, Kirkee, India, collected by Maj L G Williams, Corps of Royal Engineers, 1943 (c); with pamphlet: 'Bomb Reconnaissance and Protection Against Unexploded Bombs', 1941. Archives 1993-10-147
Collection of items associated with Lt Stanley Hale Freeman, Royal Engineers and 63rd (Royal Naval Division), 1914-1916: three journals; portrait photograph of Lt Freeman; associated with World War One, Gallipoli (1915-1916) and World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Archives 2003-10-28
Two green hexagonal fibre identity discs and three red fibre circular fibre identity discs tied together with string, 1914 (c)-1918 (c); associated with Edwin Walker, Royal Engineers, non-commissioned officer, World War One (1914-1918). Equipment, general 2003-10-34
Two tins of foot powder in metal container, preserved in original brown paper packaging tied with string, 1914 (c)-1918 (c); associated with Edwin Walker, Royal Engineers; manufactured by Bates and Hunt; privately purchased; with handwritten pharmacist's label, 'Foot Powder/ to be applied/ to socks (1)' and handwritten on tins, 'Bates & Hunt/ Foot Powder no.2/ Pharmacists'; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Equipment, general 2003-10-35
Canvas housewife, 1918 (c)-1950 (c); belonged to Edwin Walker, Royal Engineers; privately purchased and different from Army issue in unusual design which rolls up and is secured with a leather strap; handwritten on underside of flap, 'E.Walker'; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Equipment, general 2003-10-36
Silver hallmarked identity bracelet belonged to Edwin Walker, Royal Engineers, 1918 (c)-1950 (c); inscribed, 'Edwin Walker/ Wesleyan/ Royal Engineers'. Silver 2003-10-37
One hundred and four uniform, equipment and badge items, Army Staff, Corps of Royal Engineers, Civilian, worn by Lt Gen A G Hunter Weston, 1892 (c)-1934 (c). Uniforms 1964-09-29
Two-handled cup with lid, 1917; silver cup and lid, hallmarked 'JGL-', Birmingham, 1909; inscribed: '46TH DIVISION/ ACTIVE SERVICE RIFLE MEETING/ FRANCE/ JULY 1917/ REVOLVER CUP/ PRESENTED BY/ MAJOR V N JOHNSON/ THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGT/ WON BY/ CAPTAIN R G W H STONE MC/ ROYAL ENGINEERS'; relating to Capt Robert Graham William Hopkins Stone and Maj V N Johnson; associated with the 46th Division the Gloucester Regiment and Royal Engineers; associated with World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Silver 1989-08-164
Forty five uniform items, Corps of Royal Engineers, worn by Lt Col C A Swetenham, 1928 (c)-1951 (c). Uniforms 1976-08-36
Forty five uniform items, Corps of Royal Engineers, worn by Lt Col C A Swetenham, 1928 (c)-1951 (c). Equipment, uniform 1976-08-36
Luggage label attached to a section of rope, nd; label gives the name of Lt Edwin Walker of the Royal Engineers who served with the Regiment, 1918 (c) to 1950 (c); printed on front of label, 'O.H.M.S./ Lt. Edwin Walker/ Royal Engineers/ Unit/ Address/ Station/ Railway'; printed on back of label, 'If this luggage is lost/ in transit, please inform/ C.C. Walker Esq.,/ Clivedon/ 10 Tapton House Road/ Sheffield'. Equipment, general 2003-10-44
Button stick belonging to Edwin Walker, Royal Engineers, 1918-1950 (c); imprinted into the metal, 'R E [the following numbers are crossed out with a simple line across the middle] 213330/ 564497'. Equipment, general 2003-10-48
Sergeant H J Dowling MM and Lance-Corporal F C Evans of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers in action on Objective LEAD, Southern Iraq, 26th February 1991. Colour photolithograph after David Rowlands, 1992. Prints 1993-03-211
Rock Breaking. Blue pen and ink and wash on blue-tinted paper by Ronald William Fordham Searle, Royal Engineers, 1943 (c); depicts prisoners of war cutting through rock near Konyu as part of the construction of the Burma-Thailand railway, supervised by Japanese guards; signed lower right, 'Ronald Searle'; associated with World War Two, POWs, Far East (1942-1945). Drawings and Watercolours 2003-11-4
1 Sick Bay. Blue pen and ink and wash over pencil on blue tinted paper by Ronald William Fordham Searle, Royal Engineers, 1943 (c); depicts prisoners of war outside medical tents, with two corpses on stretchers prepared for burial; signed lower right, 'R S'; associated with World War Two, POWs, Far East (1942-1945). Drawings and Watercolours 2003-11-5
Bogged Transport. Blue pen and ink and wash over pencil on blue tinted paper by Ronald William Fordham Searle, Royal Engineers, 1943 (c); depicts a group of prisoners of war pushing a canvas topped vehicle as it is winched out of the mud, with a Japanese guard in the foreground; associated with World War Two, POWs, Far East (1942-1945). Drawings and Watercolours 2003-11-6
Every Day ... Blue pen and ink and wash on blue tinted paper by Ronald Searle, Royal Engineers, 1943 (c); two prisoners of war support an exhausted colleague between them, as others wield pick-axes, stone-breaking in the background, watched by a Japanese guard; signed lower left, 'R S'; associated with World War Two, POWs, Far East (1942-1945). Drawings and Watercolours 2003-11-7
Photograph album, 1915-1916, of 22 photographs with captions compiled by Capt Hugh Shellshear Pocock, Royal Engineers; associated with World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). (Album dimensions: 11.5 x 16 x 3 cm). Photographs 1987-07-12
Pair of earrings made from George IV shilling pieces, 1950 (c); possibly made by REME; made from silver coins of the 1825-1827 pattern with silver clip-on clasp attached to the back of one and broken from the back of the other; with faint inscription on the back of the earring retaining the clasp, 'Georgius IV Dei.'. Crafts 2003-11-56
Certificate of service, Army Form B.108 issued to John Fitzgerald (b 1918), Royal Engineers, World War Two, Middle East (1939-1945), 1946. Archives 1985-06-166
Newspapers: 'Military Telegraph Bulletin', 1 Mar 1884-16 Sept 1889; associated with the (Telegraph Company) Royal Engineers. Archives 1985-09-22
Roll: 'REGISTER 10TH DIVNL SIGNAL COY R.E', by Cpl L J S Kerr and Cpl J G Martin, 1915-1918; associated with Royal Engineers (10th Divisional Signal Company), World War One, Gallipoli, Salonika, Egypt and Palestine (1914-1918). 182 pages, microfilm 35 mm. Archives 1985-09-24
History: 'The History of the Royal Corps of Signals' by Edmund Godfrey Godfrey-Fausett (1868-1962), 1922 (c); associated with the Royal Engineers (Signal Units), Boer War (1899-1902) and World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Archives 1985-09-25
Microfilm of diary in two volumes written by Jacob Waley Cohen (1874-1948), 1 Nov 1914 to 7 Jul 1919; associated with the 16th Bn London Regiment, (Signal Service) Corps of Royal Engineers, 18th Infantry Brigade, 17th Infantry Division, VII Corps, Royal Air Force, World War One, Western Front and Peace (1914-1918). Archives 1985-09-26