​ A Second World War 9 carat gold identity bracelet, as worn by Sub Lieutenant R.R. Milton-Hine, Fleet Air Arm and Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, who was commissioned in 1943, and flew as an observer. Post war he became an Architect, and was in private practice as one of the partners of Messrs Eric Cole and Partners of Cirencester, before taking up an official appointment in the Architect-in-Chief’s Department for the Government of South Australia.

Price: £125


Product ID: CMA/21555
Condition: Good Condition
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Description:

A Second World War 9 carat gold identity bracelet, as worn by Sub Lieutenant R.R. Milton-Hine, Fleet Air Arm and Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, who was commissioned in 1943, and flew as an observer. Post war he became an Architect, and was in private practice as one of the partners of Messrs Eric Cole and Partners of Cirencester, before taking up an official appointment in the Architect-in-Chief’s Department for the Government of South Australia.
A Second World War 9 carat gold identity bracelet, engraved to: ‘SUB.LT. R.R. MILTON-HINE. FLEET AIR ARM.’

Condition: Good Condition.
R.R. Milton-Hine was appointed a Temporary Sub Lieutenant into the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve for service with the Fleet Air Arm on 5th November 1943, and then flew as an observer. Post war he became an Architect, and was in private practice as one of the partners of Messrs Eric Cole and Partners of Cirencester, before taking up an official appointment in the Architect-in-Chief’s Department for the Government of South Australia.


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