SPINK’S JUTLAND MEDAL

THE FIRST WORLD WAR IN OBJECTS

An example Spink’s Jutland medal with its original box.
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Claimed as a victory by both sides, the Battle of Jutland was the largest naval battle, and the only full-scale clash of battleships, during the First World War. Understandably, the scale of casualties, over 6,000 men on the British side alone, created a very real demand for remembrance and commemoration.

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