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Post  Ev Mon 7 Jul - 13:18

There is always something new to see when it comes to Crown Lynn and this not often seen Commemorative plate in a new one for me.  I was lucky enough to find it at an Antique Fair yesterday.  Only 2000 were made and this is No.2  Cool 
I would like to identify the 18 insignia around the plate, but not today.  
I will load close up pics and if you recognise any please let us know.  
Numbering from 1 to 18 starting at the 12 o'clock position.

The Army Memorial Museum Waiouru Plate Army_m11

The Army Memorial Museum Waiouru Plate Army_p11

The Army Memorial Museum Waiouru Plate Army111

The Army Memorial Museum Waiouru Plate Army211

The Army Memorial Museum Waiouru Plate Army311
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Post  Ev Mon 7 Jul - 15:45

1. Royal NZ Artillery
2. Royal NZ Armoured Corps
3. Royal NZ Engineers
4. Signal Corps
5. Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment
6. Who Dares Wins
7. Royal New Zealand Corps of Transport
8. Military Police
9. Royal New Zealand Army Medical Corps
10 Sua tela tonanti To The Warrior His Arms
11 Royal New Zealand Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
12 Royal NZ Dental Corps
13 In This Sign Conquer
14 NZ Army Pay Corps
15 Army Legal Services
16 Royal NZ Provost
17 RNZAEC
18 Royal NZ Nursing Corps


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Post  jas0n071 Mon 28 Jul - 20:41

4 = Signals corps
8 = Military Police.

Who dares wins = 1NZSAS

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Post  Ev Tue 29 Jul - 18:26

Thanks for helping out with the last two insignia Jason Very Happy
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Post  Ev Tue 14 Mar - 15:31

This plate was designed by Staff Sergeant Colin Andrews in 1978 for the opening of the Army Memorial Museum in Waiouru and 2000 were produced.  According to an article in the Press 25th October 1978.  There is a photo of Colin. Thank you Papers Past cheers

I can't find this in the Patterns Catalogues .... or maybe I can't see it?

Not sure where it will go even, so maybe it hasn't been added yet?  Help!
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Post  Ada Tue 26 Dec - 17:53

Hi
I found one of these in my motger in laws estate
Wonder if anyone interested or if its a collectable?

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Post  Ev Tue 26 Dec - 18:47

Hi there, you might get $20 to $40 for it.
It's not very sought after at the moment.
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