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This frame includes a Portrait, Court mounted Replica Medals, Ribbon
Bars, Honours and Awards and Facsimiles of London Gazette Citations, and
an Engraved Brass Name-plate
As we near the end of the First World War Centenary commemorations we
are making an opportunity for some lucky person or club to purchase this
brand new display at half price but you will need to be quick as this
listing only runs for 10 days!
Honouring the outstanding sacrifices made by the 14th Battalion for all
Australians, Service Medals Melbourne presented a similar framed
compilation to the descendants of Jacka's Mob as the 14th was known.
This frame now resides at the City of Port Phillip with the rest of the
14th Battalion's collection. 2014 was the 100th anniversary of the
formation of the Battalion.
"Awesome" said our customer about their
Japanese Army KYU-GUNTO Sword in a fabric backed acrylic display case designed and made by Neville Crawford
Lt. Col. Frank Sublet DSO MC from the 2/16 Australian Infantry Battalion served through North Africa and the Pacific including the Kokoda Track. The sword probably came into his possession at the end of the war. The original brief was to only frame the sword and scabbard but after discussion it was decided to personalise it.
The construction was made as minimalist as possible and was constructed as a monocoque with removable back. The padded silk panels have their edges recessed to create subtle borders.
Both sword and scabbard have been treated and a protective coating applied. As in most of the work of this nature, the mounting techniques take the most time. These were specially formed in acrylic and manganese bronze with insulation between the object and mount where necessary. The standard aims have been achieved of providing the least possible mechanical interference, the least possible electrical interference and the least possible chemical interference. UV filtering acrylic has been used.
We were very honoured to be asked to frame this most important flag from World War II
The flag was restored by Snr. Textile Conservator Skye Firth from International Conservation Services N.S.W.
Frame design and construction by Neville Crawford - National Frame Award Winner 2010 and 2013
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