WWI Captain's Casualty Group
WWI Captain's Casualty Group
WWI Captain's Casualty Group
WWI Captain's Casualty Group
WWI Captain's Casualty Group
WWI Captain's Casualty Group
WWI Captain's Casualty Group
WWI Captain's Casualty Group
WWI Captain's Casualty Group
WWI Captain's Casualty Group
WWI Captain's Casualty Group
WWI Captain's Casualty Group

WWI Captain's Casualty Group

£695.00

WWI War Medal and Mercantile Marine War Medal

WWI Death Plaque

Master (Captain) George Henry Dumble killed in action when S.S. Lavernock was torpedoed by U-boat U117 17thSeptember 1918 5 miles South west of Trevose Head, Cornwall.

The ship was on route from Bilbao to Glasgow and was owned by the Allen Adams and Co Ltd. With a cargo or iron ore.

With details of the U-boat’s Captain. He is commemorated on the Tower Hill memorial.

Rare opportunity to acquire a senior Merchant Navy Officer’s casualty group.

Death Plaque drilled at 12 o’clock for display.

Condition as shown in photographs.