Guest BC Myles Posted 8 November , 2002 Share Posted 8 November , 2002 Hello, I'm a Canadian decendent of a Royal Scot who passed in 1917, and among the items I have from the King regarding him, is a large bronze plaque (aprox 4.5" dim) bearing his name, an inscription to the effect of "He died for freedom and honour", and has the image of "Victory" holding a trident, wearing a lion helmet, a lion striding in the foreground, leaping dolphins, and what appears to be a cat taking down a large bird along the very bottom. I have never seen this kind of thing before. Is there anyone who could tell me what it is? It is in mint condition, and has a hallmark of sorts on the back in the shape of either an 'M' or 'W'. I look forward to hearing all that I can about this heirloom,and digging deeper into this website. Thx, B Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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