English Oak & Horn Wall Gong. Royal Army Service Corps Egypt 1941. WW2.

Stock Number: AHG2694


This unique gong which features two bovine cattle horns on an English oak wall plaque with silver plated fittings has a large brass gong which is hand engraved with the logo for The Royal Army Service Corps and also marked with Egypt 1941.

The Royal Army Service Corps (RASC) was the unit responsible for keeping the British Army supplied with provisions and this would have been made to commemorate them being in Egypt in 1941 - during WW2.

This interesting piece also features a cap badge for the RASC fitted to the wooden wall plaque and comes complete with a wooden striker.

An impressive and highly decorative gong that looks great on display that would make a wonderful talking piece for anyone interested in military history and WW2 events.

Material: Oak. Bovine Cattle Horn. Silver Plate. Brass.

Dimensions: Gong diameter: 26 cm (10 1/2"). Total height when hung: 62 cm (24 1/2").

Weight: 1.206 Kg.

Condition: Excellent antique condition with light signs of use in keeping with age. Some wear to the silver plate and tarnish. Please see pictures.

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