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HMS Birmingham Royal Navy Remembrance Flower Lapel Pin

Military Remembrance Pins

  • 1300

Wear this HMS Birmingham Pin with pride at any time of the year not just Remembrance Week.

Made with High quality metals and enamels

2 x Rear metal butterfly pin fasteners.

3D Centerpiece.

Size: 35mm 

Free UK Postage & Packaging

Worldwide postage will be added at checkout for your country destination. Using the current Royal Mail Standard Delivery Tariffs. Tracked & Signed options are available.

Why not purchase a pack of Spring Loaded Chrome Pin Savers, never lose another lapel pin. Very secure. Then keep safe in one of our presentation/storage boxes. (Click On The Images)  


HMS Birmingham was a Type 42 destroyer laid down by Cammell Laird and Company, Limited, at Birkenhead on 28 March 1972, launched on 30 July 1973 by Lady Empson, wife of Sir Derek Empson and commissioned on 3 December 1976. She was named for the city of BirminghamEngland.

Birmingham was also one of the first ships together with Ardent that served in the Persian Gulf on the Armilla patrol that protected oil supplies during the Iran–Iraq War in 1980. She was also the first ship to replenish a Sea Dart missile at sea.Birmingham spent much of her service as Fleet Contingency Ship and spent considerable time in the post-Falklands conflictpatrol role. In 1984 she patrolled the Falklands and acted as a radar picket ship along with the frigates Broadsword and Ajax. In 1985 she took part in Standing Naval Force Mediterranean, calling at GibraltarPalma de MallorcaNaples, & Messina. After a refit at Rosyth dockyard, she returned to Portsmouth in 1988 for sea trials and re-acceptance to the fleet. Commanded by Roy Clare, now Director of the Maritime Museum in London, her first deployment post-refit was a tour to the Persian Gulf region, returning in March 1989.