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Three silver prize arm badges.

Three silver prize arm badges.
Three silver prize arm badges.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: D5838
Description: Coats with silver brassards or arm badges were often awarded to watermen as prizes at rowing regattas. Left: silver-gilt badge won by A. E. Gobbett at the 1934 Seamen’s Hospital Society Greenwich Regatta. Centre: silver badge won at the 1830 Deptford Regatta. Right: silver badge won by RJ Cornish at the 1862 Deptford Apprentices Annual Regatta.
Creator: Mappin & Webb; R.W. Atkins, W.N. Somersall; W. Mann
Date: 1934, 1830, 1862
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
National Maritime Museum/Royal Observatory GreenwichNew Opportunities Fund 
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