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Entree Dish, 68 LI

Entree Dish, 68th Light Infantry, 1827. This silver entree dish was part of the silverware used in the 68th Light Infantry's Officers' Mess. It was made in London in 1827 and bears the number '68' below a crown. This dish has a separate compartment below the food dish. This could be filled with hot water to keep the food warm. Acc No: D2/68

Date:
1827-1827
Item Type:
photograph
Reference:

Entree Dish, 68 LI is an object from the Durham Light Infantry (DLI) Collection.

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